Initialisms similar to RTFM include "STFW" ("search the fucking web"), "GIYF" ("Google is your friend") and "LMGTFY" ("let me Google that for you"). Cleve Moler has since revealed that a visit to Argonne National Laboratory by Tektronix software manager Ned Thanhouser (grandson of Edwin Thanhouser) during the development of MATLAB led to the anonymous quote.
These indicate that the questioner could have easily found the answer to their question on the World Wide Web.
Kanye makes some valid and ironic points about arming the youth against misinformation in the “post-internet” age.
’s profane unruliness, but the alternative weekly, founded in 1955, transcended the blog age’s sophomoric nihilism.
The hermetic container of its newsprint sealed out frothing comment sections; no links ferried readers through rivers of personalized algorithms.
Steven Bochco Pat Boone Ben Bradlee Drew Carey Billy Connolly Sam Donaldson Janeane Garofalo Ice-T Ron Jeremy Bill Maher Judith Martin Michael Medved David Milch Alanis Morissette Kevin Smith Tera Patrick Hunter S.
Thompson Fuck is a 2005 American documentary film by director Steve Anderson about the word "fuck".
1.5 million shirt sales later, we're still the largest offensive t-shirt company online.
Our shirts have been worn by celebrities like Mark Cuban, Lewis Black, Slash, Robert Smith of the Cure & have been featured in magazines like Playboy, Maxim, and Elle Girl.
Its columnists, editors, and reviewers—Andrew Sarris, J.
Hoberman, Robert Sietsema, Tom Robbins, Greg Tate, Michael Musto, Thulani Davis, Ta-Nehisi Coates—equally so.
For a short period at the end of 2014, it appeared that publishers had reached a breaking point in their ongoing struggle with reader comments.
Within a few weeks of each other, Recode, Mic, The Week, and Reuters all announced that they were closing down their comment sections.
They joined the ranks of other outlets, including The Chicago Sun-Times and Popular Science, that abandoned the practice in favor of letting users discuss stories on social channels instead.