"No matter how you spin it, Raymond Felton has been horrendous this season and could be the worst starting point guard in the NBA by the time 2013-14 comes to a close." - Raymond Felton ranked 30th in the league in PPG - The Knicks Blog
so much for being a viable replacement for Jeremy Lin
Things you won’t see in the Super Bowl.
Every game should look like this.
- Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral
- Nas - Illmatic
- Soundgarden - Superunknown
- Alice in Chains - Jar of Flies
- Hole - Live Through This
- Green Day - Dookie
- Weezer - The Blue Album
- Portishead - Dummy
- Oasis - Definitely Maybe
- Beck - Mellow Gold
- Pearl Jam - Vitalogy
- Korn - Korn
- Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Let Love In
- The Offspring - Smash
- TLC - CrazySexyCool
- Pavement - Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
- Beastie Boys - Ill Communication
- Nirvana - MTV Unplugged
- The Notorious B.I.G. - Ready to Die
- Live - Throwing Copper
- R.E.M - Monster
- The Lion King Soundtrack
New York Times: A US State Department report on the Keystone XL pipeline raises no major environmental issues, likely setting the stage for approval of the pipeline.
Read the report here.
Follow the latest on the pipeline at Breaking News.
J.R. Smith doing J.R. Smith things.
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Also shout out to Tim Hardaway Jr.
Left it a little bit short, Tony.
TIL: “Whoops” in French is “Oups” or “Des whoops.”
I guess there’s truth in what they say about the length of French free throws.
Coursera, a major provider of open online courses, said Wednesday it blocked access to its offerings to students in Iran, Cuba and Sudan due to sanctions compliance issues.
The Mountain View, Calif.-based online startup, created by two Stanford University professors, said in a blog post that export control regulations relating to online course providers “has been unclear,” and it had operated under the belief that its business wouldn’t be restricted.
But the blog post said the company recently received information that the services Coursera offers aren’t in compliance with U.S. law, so it implemented an IP address block preventing users from sanctioned countries–Iran, Cuba and Sudan–from logging into their accounts.