Stuff you may have missed: January 11, 2014
In Somalia, the al-Shabab rebel group, which has lost some of its influence over the troubled country in recent years, has announced a ban of the internet. Anyone using the ‘net over mobile devices or via fiber-optic cables “will be dealt with in accordance Sharia law,” the group says. The Somali government says to ignore the ban.
"No one who has served as an elected official has looked back and wished they had been more rigid, more ideological or more partisan.” — New Virgnia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, offering up the ultimate truism on politics during his inauguration today.
A charity that formed after the Sandy Hook shooting and raised about $100,000 is currently missing about $70,000 of that total.
Using Windows XP after April is like asking your computer to be overtaken by viruses.
The White House had to respond to a stupid joke Jimmy Kimmel made about China.