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Sun October 11, 2009
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(Game Spot)
 
 
 
Remember when sports-based video games had a generic audience in the background? EA must be fondly remembering those days about now
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(61)
 
(C|Net)
 
 
 
Japan invents dual-widescreen-display laptop, to let you use that long table at the coffeeshop to its fullest
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(30)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
The most pretentious yet awesome resume you'll see today
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(73)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
50 years of space exploration (pic)
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(46)
 
(The New Yorker)
 
 
 
Are you ready for some foo██████████████████ Where am I?
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(56)
 
(Yahoo)
 
 
 
Mayans wish whitey would just STFU about 2012
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(124)
 
(PCWorld)
 
 
 
Perez Hilton says T-mobile Sidekick outage has "affected his ability to work"
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(88)
 


Sat October 10, 2009
(Experience Project)
 
 
 
Smell that? That's the scent of pumpkins, knives and twisted minds in the air
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(15)
 
(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
"There is something solitary and depressing about the internet. Cyberspace is the ideal place to order groceries, stalk an ex-lover or waste swathes of the day on soul-sucking stories about whether someone is considered too fat"
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(40)
 
(Giz Mag)
 
 
 
I for one welcome our new robot overlords (video goodness)
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(25)
 
(Slate)
 
 
 
Columnist wonders why AT&T isn't gouging its iPhone customers even more by ditching unlimited data
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(55)
 
(NASA)
 
 
 
Take THAT I'll do it again, don't think I won't
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(27)
 
(Some Mac Fanboy)
 
 
 
25 things the iPhone has rendered useless. Smug sense of self-accomplishment conspiciously absent
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(194)
 
(Mac Rumors)
 
 
 
Old and busted: Domain name squatting. New hotness: App name squatting
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(15)
 


Fri October 09, 2009
(LA Times)
 
 
 
Oceanographers fear New Jersey-sized "dead zone" off Oregon-Washington coast may be irreversible, thanks to climate change altering global wind patterns. New Jersey always seems to show up in this type of article
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(32)
 
(Telegraph)
 
 
 
Scientists say their experiment to reduce global warming would have worked if it was warmer outside
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(17)
 
(National Geographic)
 
 
 
Cthulhu fhtagn
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(61)
 
(Some Comic Geek)
 
 
 
Debuting at #9 "The Book of Genesis" graphic novel features the first collaboration between God and Robert Crumb...Wait, what?
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(64)
 
(365 Tomorrows)
 
 
 
Your daily dose of micro sci-fi reveals that some basement-dwelling Farker will make good late in life, and some Slashdot user won't be so lucky
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(33)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
"U.S. health officials have lost track of how many illnesses and deaths have been caused by the first global flu epidemic in 40 years. And they did it on purpose"
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(78)
 
(NASA)
 
 
 
Ever want to know what it looks like flying through the Aurora Borealis in space? Wonder no more (pic)
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(42)
 
(PhysOrg.com)
 
 
 
How quantum computing might actually be useful rather than just a concept that gets science nerds more excited than a new DVD of Red Dwarf outtakes and deleted scenes
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(62)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Study finds chronic fatigue syndrome "an actual disease", albeit an incredibly specialized one that only affects attention-seeking middle-aged women who were never that excited about coming to work in the first place
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(68)
 
(BBC)
 
 
 
Scots use sheep to keep warm in the winter - but not the way they've been using sheep to stay warm for the last 2,000 years or so
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(12)
 
(NASA)
 
 
 
NASA to hit the moon this morning looking for subsurface water. New agers scoff, claiming their divining rods never point up
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(225)
 
(Labspaces.net)
 
 
 
In a discovery sure to shake the medical world, scientists discover the genes that control Parkinson's Disease. Researchers said it was slow going, with lots of stops and starts, but they got there
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(21)
 


Thu October 08, 2009
(Yahoo)
 
 
 
Scientists design a prototype underground city for the Nevada desert that would capture, recycle and store all its own water without being fed by an outside source. And yes, they are calling it Sietch Nevada
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(107)
 
(PhysOrg.com)
 
 
 
Scientists claim little metal rings have electrical currents that perpetually flow, ignoring the edict that in this house, we obey the laws of thermodynamics
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(53)
 
(Popular Science)
 
 
 
In 2020 when your laptop battery catches on fire and explodes, it will take out a whole city block
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(59)
 
(News.com.au)
 
 
 
Belief in the supernatural and the occult is rising as atheism replaces religion
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(481)
 
(National Geographic)
 
 
 
Best micro-photography of 2009. And the winner is: Plant phallus
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(23)
 
(Canoe)
 
 
 
Researcher uncovers evidence of a Dinosaur Donner Party
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(35)
 
(Computerworld)
 
 
 
Ever wondered what would happen if you took your cell phone to a tropical jungle and had an elephant in stiletto heels dance on it in the rain? Stop eating spicy food before bedtime, and ask these guys
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(15)
 
(PhysOrg.com)
 
 
 
Nissan unveils new 'Land Glider' concept car that makes drivers feel like they're flying, Maximas look cool by comparison (pic)
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(53)
 
(Network World)
 
 
 
How dangerous could a hacked robot possibly be?
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(61)
 
(Science Daily)
 
 
 
World's first sustainable racing car runs on chocolate, flowers, expensive jewelry
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(22)
 
(Boston Globe)
 
 
 
U.S. develops plan to control massive wild horse population in western states. We won't get into the details, but hope you enjoy your next My Little McPony Happy Meal
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(54)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Scientists plan to use LHC to test hyperdrive propulsion system for interplanetary spaceships, reasoning that they'll need to get the hell off Earth fast before the LHC destroys the whole thing
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(54)
 
(USA Today)
 
 
 
NASA's aiming for the wet spot
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(33)
 
(Yahoo)
 
 
 
Scientists report the discovery of the largest dinosaur footprints ever found-nearly 5ft in diameter; say they are still looking for Jesus' saddle and bridle
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(126)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Super-hero super Facebook status updates
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(62)
 
(CBS13.com - CBS Sacramento)
 
 
 
Feds commission $150,000 study on the forensic value of duct tape. "This time... the evidence... will stick." YEAAAAAAAAAAH
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(72)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
What costs $8,000 per gallon? In a completely unrelated story, where do 50% of HP's profits come from?
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(94)
 
(Some Bor Coded Guy)
 
 
 
The barcode was patented today in 1952. The phrase "price check in aisle two" invented June 26, 1974
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(39)
 


Wed October 07, 2009
(PCWorld)
 
 
 
4 out of every 5 Mac users also own a Windows PC
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(320)
 
(Seattle Times)
 
 
 
Microsoft launches new Windows Phones, touts them as serious iPhone competitors. Reviewers respond with "It still sucks" and "There's no excuse for this"
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(76)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Scientists discover 'quantum fingerprints' of chaos
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(73)
 
(Discovery)
 
 
 
Build your own hydrogen fuel cell
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(41)
 
(Wired)
 
 
 
Your password sucks, and phishers know that it's either "password" or "123456," you lazy dumbass
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(202)
 
(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
Is a bike with collapsing wheels really a good idea?
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(25)
 
(MIT Technology Review)
 
 
 
Ever wonder how a tiny fly can precisely execute a high speed turn to lodge in your ear or eye?
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(26)
 
(New Scientist)
 
 
 
For the first time outside of a Star Trek convention, scientists see females choosing inferior males over their more fit competitors
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(49)
 
(SeattlePI)
 
 
 
Microsoft launches site to help those with H1N1. No help for those with Windows 7
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(135)
 
(Telegraph)
 
 
 
Blackbirds found to have better understanding of physics than chimpanzees, liberal arts majors
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(67)
 
(IT PRO)
 
 
 
Time to drop the horns and BSDM wear, your avatar needs a suit and tie
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(43)
 
(London Times)
 
 
 
"In this brave new world of customised corneas, a radical change of lifestyle or career may soon precipitate a decision to have one's eyeballs resculpted"
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(20)
 
(Wired)
 
 
 
The making of a mind-blowing space photo
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(42)
 
(nobelprize.org)
 
 
 
Three guys win Nobel Prize for enabling you to see their pictures on the Nobel Prize website
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(19)
 
(CNN)
 
 
 
The good news: you might be able to leave your shoes and jacket on going through airport security soon. The bad news: you'll have to take off your face
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(51)
 
(Discovery)
 
 
 
Debunked by science, the Near-Death Experience heads into tunnel of light
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(480)
 
(SFGate)
 
 
 
NASA announces discovery of ring around Saturn. No, this is not a repeat from 1610
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(40)
 
(Daily Mail)
 
 
 
Children as young as five found to be using the Internet without parental supervision. All of a sudden the Politics tab makes sense
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(55)
 


Tue October 06, 2009
(Slashdot)
 
 
 
Those super-massive black holes scientists found? Yeah, they mean the Universe is a lot closer to heat death than previously thought
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(99)
 
(Denver Channel)
 
 
 
Study shows some women prefer their cell phones to sex, especially in vibrate mode
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(39)
 
(Guardian)
 
 
 
Second Stonehenge found buried a mile from the original
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(181)
 
(PhysOrg.com)
 
 
 
Anti-oxidants found to cause diabetes. To all those people why try to live healthy lifestyles, 'HA HA'
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(39)
 
(Canada.com)
 
 
 
Calgary researchers make "incredibly exciting" find of 250g meteorite fragment near Saskatchewan border. With pic of "incredibly exciting" find
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(33)
 
(Wall Street Journal)
 
 
 
What better way for an FCC chairman to describe Internet policy than through Bruce Springsteen song titles?
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(15)
 
(PhysOrg.com)
 
 
 
Plasma rocket. It's not quite a nuclear lightbulb, but it'll probably get us to Mars first
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(87)
 
(C|Net)
 
 
 
Sorry Mac users, but the upcoming Ion-based nettops blow away the Mac mini in both appearance and performance, and they cost about 1/3rd as much
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(407)
 
(smart planet)
 
 
 
IBM comes out with fully homomorphic encryption, will be awhile before it leaves the closet
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(21)
 
(Network World)
 
 
 
A 500-word essay is too taxing? Does the 'T' in MIT stand for Tweet?
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(60)
 
(Wired)
 
 
 
Now you can get laser tattoos for your fruit, just in case you thought those oranges were just too conformist
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(27)
 
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
What if the artificial brain you create decides it doesn't want to participate in your experiment?
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(79)
 
(RedOrbit)
 
 
 
Scientists solve 150-year-old evolutionary puzzle of why some offspring stay in their parent's homes to spend their lives as non-reproducing drones. We draw this to your attention for no reason whatsoever
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(49)
 
(BBC)
 
 
 
Vaccine could cut cocaine use and can be injected, snorted, or freebased
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(33)
 
(Gizmodo)
 
 
 
New software creates Photoshop-like montages based solely upon crudely drawn scenes and keywords. SHARK, HELICOPTER among first tests... really
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(87)
 
(CBC)
 
 
 
Bell to roll out Canada-wide wifi. So now Canucks can be denied access to iTunes Store everywhere
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(52)
 


Mon October 05, 2009
(NASA)
 
 
 
On Friday morning, Oct. 9th, you can watch a pair of spacecraft crash into the Moon with your own eyes. Here's a viewer's guide
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(84)
 
(MSNBC)
 
 
 
Scientists discover glow-in-the-dark mushrooms. This is not a repeat from the 1960's, man
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(22)
 
(PRB)
 
 
 
5.8% of all people ever born are alive today. The rest are dead, or working for US Congress
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(54)
 
(Yahoo)
 
 
 
Scientist reproduces the Shroud of Turin in his lab, proving once and for all Jesus was a skilled forensic scientist capable of faking his own death, just like the Bible says
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(105)
 
(Joystiq)
 
 
 
Sony announces new video game accessory codenamed "Sphere", apparently targeting lonely women and your mom
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(60)
 
(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
Exploring a universe where nothing isn't empty, scientists still baffled by Hilton sisters
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(28)
 
(Live Science)
 
 
 
Scientists finally discover why most women are miserable. Still no cure for cancer
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(75)
 
(BBC)
 
 
 
Bats discover what homeless people have known for years - bridges under the freeway are great places to make your home
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(20)
 
(BBC)
 
 
 
Britain puts out call for citizens willing to be 'extreme squirrellers'
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(19)
 
(AP)
 
 
 
Rare flamingo photographed in Florida that's not made of plastic
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(29)
 
(PCWorld)
 
 
 
We have googled the enemy, and it is us
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(74)
 
(C|Net)
 
 
 
HTML5 is nice, but for cutting-edge web annoyances, there will never be a replacement for Flash
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(182)
 
(The Earth Times)
 
 
 
German scientists create 'steel Velcro'
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(47)
 

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