Twitter's music app will be able to scan users’ Twitter feeds and use the listening habits of users’ friends and contacts to recommend music for them to listen to — essentially giving it's more than 200 million users even more to tweet about.
Jon Stewart speaks onstage at Comedy Central's night of too many stars: America comes together for autism programs at The Beacon Theater on October 13, 2012 in New York City. (Dimitrios Kambouris/AFP/Getty Images)
'The Daily Show' may not normally be a huge crowd pleaser in China, but when North Korea ends up being the butt of all the jokes, it would appear that even the Chinese have an appreciation for Jon Stewart's sarcastic shenanigans.
A fan holds a poster reading 'We love Meryl Streep' over a poster promoting the European premiere of the film 'The Iron Lady' at BFI Southbank in London on January 4, 2012. (LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)
Top three Thatcher gaffes: In the wake of Margaret Thatcher's death, we are reminded that it is better to get the story right than to get it first.
North Korea scored 1.5 measly points, putting the country dead last in the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom.
It's one thing to come in last, but North Korea really came in last: there's a 27 point difference between the Hermit Kingdom and the second to last on the list Cuba. No other candidates in the list of 177 ranked countries have such a wide point margin.
Perhaps this is an accurate depiction of what was going through Throners' minds as they eagerly downloaded the Season 3 Premier of "Game of Thrones." (Memegenerator/GlobalPost)
Given its incredible popularity, it should come as no surprise that "Game of Thrones" set a record for modern-day piracy after its Sunday night premiere, as viewers around the globe compulsively scrambled to watch the season 3 debut episode that aired on the premium cable network.