1. The guy mistaken for a game developer
@jeb I think I found a bug when ever i open an enderchest it opens and closes continuously
— specialkplaysmc (@specialkplaysmc) August 26, 2013
Jeb Boniakowski is one of the lucky few people who possess a short, apposite Twitter handle directly related to his name: he's just @jeb.
He’s also one of the unlucky people who happens to share his Twitter name with someone or something else that people tend to tweet at on accident.
The other-world Jeb that Boniakowski is often confused for isn’t even called Jeb. Well, he is, after a fashion. Jeb is [...]
Well, this is awkward. Alan Greenspan, hailed for most of his nearly two-decade run as chairman of the Federal Reserve as a market savant of the first order, is now assailed from all sides for the Fed's apparent role in overinflating the country's garish housing bubble. The charge is a fraught one, reports Fortune magazine's Geoff Colvin, since should it stick, it will fundamentally reshape perceptions of Greenspan's legacy at the central bank. Already the sweep of the emerging indictment is such, Colvin writes, that "four years after leaving the Fed as the Greatest Central Banker Ever, the longest-serving chairman, the Maestro, Alan Greenspan is the designated goat."