Planning for Sunday brunch is about to get so much better. At long last, Apple is releasing brand-new and completely redesigned emoji, including avocado (avocado toast!), bacon, and croissant — as well as tons of careers for women (because we can be rock stars, too).
We first heard about these emoji back in June, when they were approved by the Unicode Consortium. Among the new professions are astronauts, mechanics, and doctors, and there’s also the long-awaited
Sports! Kielbasa and potential Charlie Sheen sightings.
Mark Salling no longer faces a charge for alleged rape as of October 31. The judge ruling on the Glee star’s case said that there is “insufficient evidence, at this time, to file this case,” The Huffington Post reports, based on a charge evaluation worksheet the site obtained.
Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney Emily T. Spear writes: “I personally interviewed the victim. She appeared very emotional over the trauma inflicted upon her and presents as a credible and accurate historian of the events surrounding the rape. However
Alton Brown’s Food Network show Good Eats went beyond simply teaching viewers how to prepare a meal. Brown dug deep into the science behind cooking techniques and explored the unexpected history behind different dishes. Since it went off the air in 2012, fans have been eagerly awaiting a show that would take its place or another Brown project that would live up to this unique program. Recently, Brown announced that we wouldn’t have to wait much longer.
On Saturday, Alton Brown announce via
Steve Jobs famously conceived of the iMac as a friendly, welcoming computer. The machine’s pleasing lines and fun colors would be a welcome, accessible alternative to the business boxes put out by their competitors. Indeed, Mac has been firmly aligned against gray monotony since their famous 1984 Super Bowl commercial. But recently, the MacBook Pro got just a little less friendly with the removal of its startup sound, Pingie reports.
The sound has changed and evolved over the years, but it’s