In the end the Obama administration is not afraid of whistleblowers like me, Bradley Manning or Thomas Drake. We are stateless, imprisoned, or powerless. No, the Obama administration is afraid of you. It is afraid of an informed, angry public demanding the constitutional government it was promised — and it should be.
Fashion photographer Mario Testino continues his popular 'Towel Series', finding new muses behind the scenes of his many photo shoots. Having their moment in the spotlight this time around are models Bryant Brown, Marcelo Boldrini, Pablo Morais and William Albuquerque.
A crowd gathered in Leicester city centre today to call on Islamic State to release its hostages. About 40 men, women and children congregated at the Clock Tower to send a message for the release of...
This year, 2013, was the year of Cumberbatch (at least that’s what we’re calling it at Bustle). The tall drink of British captivated audiences in a few small projects like Star Trek Into Darkness and that BBC series Sherlock everyone keeps going on about. You know,those little things. When he wasn’t busy working on this year’s biggest Oscar contender (12 Year’s a Slave) or being named the sexiest male movie star in the world by Empire Magazine (seriously, watch Sherlock — never before was “taking off a scarf” considered to be sexy until Cumberbatch did it), he was busy ruling the Internet and becoming a walking, talking meme. It seemed like any appearance the actor made on a talk show or any interview he gave was instant Interweb fodder. Just look what happened when he snapped a silly photo on Top Gear:
[Click the title for loads of daft internet memes and sassy moments captured in interviews throughout 2013.]
Facebook. It’s a name that has come to represent many different things, and Polish artist/cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski has hit on most of them in his satirical series featuring the site’s iconic lower-case “f”.