Netflix unveils trailer for Louis C.K.’s new comedy special


Already binged Dave Chappelle? Netflix has got you covered.

The streamer on Tuesday dropped the trailer for Louis C.K.’s special 2017.

The performance, which was taped live in Washington, D.C., features the comedian tackling topics such as religion, eternal love, giving dogs drugs, email fights, teachers and more.

It’s set to debut on Netflix globally on April 4. Read more…

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Uber has surprised us with its first-ever diversity report


No surprise, Uber is facing some heat … a lot of it … for its toxic workplace culture.

But, the ride-hailing giant is working to make some changes. One of the first steps is releasing its diversity report. You can see all of it here

Here’s the most glaring statistics. 

Women employees account for 36.1% overall and 15.4% in tech across all of Uber

Black employees: 8.8% overall and 1% in tech across Uber

Hispanic employees: 5.6% overall and 2.1% in tech across Uber

And here is the most cringeworthy line: 

“Our leadership is more homogenous than the rest of our employees. For example, no Black or Hispanic employees hold leadership positions in tech,” the report reads.  Read more…

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Crayola is killing off a crayon and WTF does think it’s doing right now?


Sorry to ruin your lives, but Crayola is acting ~cray~ and we really need to address it.

Last week, the beloved art supply company that fueled all of your childhood creativity announced it would be doing something huge on March 31 (a.k.a. National Crayon Day).

Handing out free art supplies? Organizing the world’s largest craft mob™? NOPE. For the first time in over one hundred years, Crayola decided it’s time to retire a color from its classic, iconic 24-count box of crayons.

The company casually announced its ruthless decision on its social media platforms as though it wouldn’t crush anyone who has ever colored outside the lines or dared to dream. My gosh. Then, Crayola had the audacity to announce it would be live-streaming the madness and holding an event in New York’s Times Square to really celebrate this tragedy. Read more…

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‘American Gods’ gives classic art a tech twist, because it already knows us way too well


In American Gods, belief is power. 

In the new Starz series, based on the bestselling novel by Neil Gaiman, a war is brewing between the Old Gods and the New, with one unfortunate man, ex-con Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle), caught in the middle. The traditional Old Gods, with mythological roots from around the world, fear irrelevance as their believers die off or are seduced by the shiny New Gods, like Media (Gillian Anderson) and Technical Boy (Bruce Langley), who represent our obsessions with technology, celebrity, money and pop culture. 

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