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Sun March 06, 2011
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(Some Guy)   Who doesn't want to download a half-gigabyte photo of the Moon?  (skyandtelescope.com) (57)
(The New York Times)   Sweet: Scrappy upstart telecommunications company offers gigabit broadband for $25/month. Ffffuuuu: In Hong Kong. Enjoy that $40/month 1.5 meg Comcast service. Tag is for US broadband "competition"  (nytimes.com) (158)
(Lifehacker)   Homemade Pop-Tarts. Just in case you haven't disappointed or embarrassed your kid enough this week  (lifehacker.com) (195)
(TechnologyReview)   Pacemaker being developed that is smaller than a tic tac and would be injectable  (technologyreview.com) (30)
(Discover)   Good news, scientists cure erectile dsyfunction Bad News: It's with spider venom  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (56)
(Science Daily)   New Delhi switches 90,000 buses, taxis, and auto-rickshaws to "clean fuel". 8 years on, the city discovers it actually wound up making pollution worse  (sciencedaily.com) (96)
(Salon)   Are men stuck in a state of perpetual adolescence?  (salon.com) (703)
(St. Petersburg Times)   Some people watch porn, others watch strip shows. This man watches clams having sex  (tampabay.com) (16)
(Houston Chronicle)   Astronaut who had to the stones to be part of the first crew to go into space after the Challenger explosion has passed away  (chron.com) (26)
(Time)   Chinese researchers raise pandas while wearing panda suits 24/7 to minimize human contact. Submitter thinks he saw a couple dozen "Chinese researchers" having a convention down at the Holiday Inn last weekend  (time.com) (52)

Sat March 05, 2011
(ZDNet)   2 teens arrested for running "Faceboook for Criminals". Like [ ] Comment [ ]  (zdnet.com) (21)
(io9)   Here's how humans really evolved  (io9.com) (130)
(io9)   What would happen if a Vulcan studied to become a Jedi? Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for logic  (io9.com) (124)
(Space)   The Air Force's second secret robotic X-37B space plane is testing new spy satellite technology. Just don't tell anyone, it's ..... a secret  (space.com) (41)
(io9)   10 most bizarre animal mating behaviors. Surprisingly, your mom didn't make the list  (io9.com) (23)
(PCWorld)   Microsoft would REALLY appreciate it if you would run Windows Update the next time you are at your parents. Please?  (pcworld.com) (221)
(Wired)   Viewed a YouTube video or read a tweet about Sony PS3 hacking? A federal judge just ruled Sony can have your IP address  (wired.com) (133)
(Yahoo)   Five things you never knew about Pac-Man... unless you were Scott Pilgrim  (blog.games.yahoo.com) (58)

Fri March 04, 2011
(Some Guy)   "What is a Titmouse?" (Surprisingly SFW)  (theomnireport.blogspot.com) (42)
(Government Technology)   Good with computers? State of California is looking to hire a state CIO. Job pays $175,000 plus the usual obscenely generous government benefits  (govtech.com) (49)
(Gamma Squad)   Take a wild guess which country made a cartoonish robot infant to interact with the elderly  (gammasquad.uproxx.com) (18)
(G4TV)   Batman: Arkham City offers new ways to pummel unfortunate henchmen into the ground  (g4tv.com) (53)
(Some Guy)   The coolest color photos of Shackleton's Antarctic expedition you'll see today  (howtobearetronaut.com) (40)
(Chicago Tribune)   Microsoft's "Groupon-killer" launches on every mobile platform... except Windows phone  (chicagobreakingbusiness.com) (27)
(NHK World)   Worst Korea hit with massive cyber attack. With a helpful picture of what the media thinks a "cyber attack" looks like  (nhk.or.jp) (57)
(CNN)   "Both cameras in the iPad 2 are about as rudimentary as you could get without having to load a roll of film in there"  (cnn.com) (105)
(Some Guy)   Willing your body to gelatin with a sedentary lifestyle will shave years off your life but here are "10 Amazing Moments in Sitting"  (thesharkguys.com) (11)
(Flickr)   Artist recreates album covers in LEGO. "The White Album" nearly wiped him out  (flickr.com) (42)
(Some Guy)   Ever thought you'd use the word "badass" to describe a Saab? You will with the Phoenix  (fastcodesign.com) (50)
(PhysOrg.com)   Here is a mobile phone that is shaped like the human body & feels like real skin so you can, "feel closer to the person you're talking with." Thanks Japan  (physorg.com) (23)
(some Chronicle of Higher Ed)   If you are waiting for hear from the University of Redwood admissions office, we have some bad news for you  (chronicle.com) (47)
(Wired)   NASA looking to quiet sonic booms. There's only one man for the job  (wired.com) (38)
(Network World)   The government is going to secretly track 17 million people via their mobile phones to "help control traffic" and at this point in the headline you hadn't even considered the possibility we're talking about China  (networkworld.com) (17)
(PhysOrg.com)   Study points to liver, not brain, as origin of Alzheimer's plaques  (physorg.com) (15)
(Boston Globe)   Failure to pull out leaves Glory whole  (boston.com) (41)
(NW Florida Daily News)   Florida man finally grows eight-pound turnip. Tells friends he's now beet. Just wants to go home, read the pepper, take a leek endive into bed  T-Shirt  (nwfdailynews.com) (16)
(Pop Matters)   "Medal of Honor" is the prime example of how NOT to make a multiplayer game  (popmatters.com) (78)
(Some Clever Girl)   "Somewhere in the United States of America, right now, a man in his twenties is watching Internet pornography, or perhaps even playing a video game. "  (danagoldstein.net) (66)
(Cinema Blend)   Batman set to get a new bunch of wonderful toys  (cinemablend.com) (84)
(News.com.au)   Astrologer predicts Moonaggedon in 2 weeks as it will be at its closest to Earth in 18 years  (news.com.au) (98)
(Some Guy)   The new 4G networks being built by the wireless companies might screw up all the GPS signals, sending people in all the wrong directions  (losangeles.cbslocal.com) (31)
(G4TV)   A comprehensive history of the Sega CD. You are missed old friend  (g4tv.com) (78)

Thu March 03, 2011
(Discover)   Giant planet directly seen orbiting its star. From 400 *trillion* miles away  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (52)
(Gawker)   The U.K. just dumped its largest-ever cache of UFO files, so grab your tin foil, stare at the street light and get your crazy on  (gawker.com) (35)
(Some Luftdriver)   Be a navigator for Lufthansa. An addictive little geography game to help waste your Thursday  (lufthansa-vp.com) (67)
(Some Guy)   Winter Is Coming...er, sometime this summer  (georgerrmartin.com) (93)
(Forbes)   If you've ever wondered why there are skeptics when it comes to global warming, here's your answer, with a Godfather II analogy. Don Gore would like you to do him a favor  (blogs.forbes.com) (329)
(NPR)   Scientist ask if creature that drinks from toilets, eats out of the litter box and licks self in front of company is self-conscious  (npr.org) (21)
(Engadget)   Smartphone market share in a pretty graph - and if you'll notice, Android doesn't even make the cut. iCan't imagine why  T-Shirt  (engadget.com) (197)
(Popular Science)   Have you ever wondered what would happen if you hypothetically fell to center of the Earth and survived? Of course you have  (popsci.com) (26)
(io9)   Should Earth get demoted from planet status just like Pluto? Before you say no, just think about it for a second...still no? Well it's an interesting topic nonetheless  (io9.com) (34)
(Gizmodo)   Behold, the most average person in the world. No, it's not Luke Wilson  (gizmodo.com) (24)
(Some Guy)   Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to enjoy this Ebook and return it to the library. This Ebook will self-destruct after 26 checkouts  (geekosystem.com) (22)
(io9)   What really happened right after the Big Bang? 'Followup' tag expands constantly  (m.io9.com) (19)
(Aggrogate)   Is the iPad a gaming device? No, no it isn't  (aggrogate.com) (55)
(Space)   As Ben Franklin once said, "Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to fly in space". Wait, what?  (space.com) (7)
(Comics Alliance)   Hipster Superhero chicks. With Power Girl in glasses awesomeness  (comicsalliance.com) (58)
(Some Guy)   Tron: Legacy was pretty meh, but that hasn't stopped Disney from releasing the animated Tron: Uprising. With trailer  (slyoyster.com) (58)
(Yahoo)   Scientists discover a new species of catfish, the "jaguar catfish" in an Amazon tributary. No word yet on how tasty it is  (news.yahoo.com) (21)
(Sun Sentinel)   Hello, grandma? GRANDMA. IT'S ME. I'm calling from space. FROM SPACE. Yes, I'm eating well  (sun-sentinel.com) (21)
(Yahoo)   Opera browser now available at Mac App Store. But only if you're over 17  (news.yahoo.com) (39)
(Some Guy)   An unused phonebooth turned into an aquarium. Upcycling for the win  (slyoyster.com) (18)
(BBC)   Scientists say it's possible that lasers will soon have "tractor beams" so sharks can pull you to within their grasp  (bbc.co.uk) (25)
(Canoe)   Canadian girl has rare allergy to hot, cold temperatures. Limited outdoor exposure does help to some small degree  (cnews.canoe.ca) (21)
(CNN)   DNA tests on Amelia Earhart bone fragment show nothing atoll  (cnn.com) (29)
(Some Guy)   Adorableness is the mind killer  (goodnightdune.com) (44)
(Some Hellmouth of Rassilon) Video Doctor Who series 5 opening credits done in the style of Buffy The Vampire Slayer  (tardisdatabanks.com) (76)
(Chicago Tribune)   Northwestern University's human sexuality class gets real. Very, very real  (chicagotribune.com) (77)
(Some Guy)   Americans are fat because doctors aren't telling patients when they're fat  (thirdage.com) (111)
(Cracked)   Ever thought those crows were looking at you bit too long, and a bit too knowingly? You were probably right  (cracked.com) (242)
(Some Guy)   Video of the ISS/Shuttle complex, photographed from the ground, in 2D and 3D  (astrosurf.com) (16)

Wed March 02, 2011
(The Week)   Scientist say newly discovered giant underground moon cave could house humans in the future. Or a secret Nazi base with a few thousand UFOs  (theweek.com) (63)
(Mother Jones)   Is Superman an American citizen? Could Wolverine purchase health-care insurance? Is it legal to build a plastic prison for Magneto? Answers to questions you never asked  (motherjones.com) (101)
(G4TV)   New Super Mario game coming to the 3DS. And the world keeps turning  (g4tv.com) (44)
(Yahoo)   Federal researchers, who clearly hang out in different bars than I do, declare the eastern cougar officially extinct  T-Shirt  (news.yahoo.com) (41)
(Some Guy)   World's largest vacuum. No it's not in the Hoover Dam  (astronomytoday.com) (24)
(Business Insider)   Meet Amanda Hocking, a 26 year old from Minnesota who loves redbull and sells 100,000 books a month through the kidle store. Amanda Hocking who gets 70% of each sale. Amanda Hocking the millionaire  (businessinsider.com) (164)
(Ars Technica)   IPad 2: It'll do everything but perfume your socks for you  (arstechnica.com) (169)
(Gamma Squad)   This robot seal plays basketball. Of course it does  (gammasquad.uproxx.com) (4)
(CNN)   Malware now available for Droid  (cnn.com) (44)
(Slate)   Slate's hip young tech writer learns that NPR listeners are unbearable, fuddy-duddy, grumpy, elitist snobs. Good times  (slate.com) (61)
(Some Guy)   Well, if there's anyone who could do it... Honda's concept of a flying car  (watchonepiecepoint.com) (18)
(National Journal)   Too many damn government rules are stopping hackers from helping ... government  (nationaljournal.com) (10)
(YouTube)   Nothing to see here, just sunlight collected by a mirror MELTING A FARKING ROCK  (youtube.com) (72)
(Discover)   When an octillion ton baby belches, it BELCHES. With what an octillion ton baby actually does look like  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (7)
(Some Guy)   Android developers are revolting. I mean look at those neckbeards, and horn rimmed glasses, and those stupid cabbie hats  (andevuni.org) (68)
(Some Guy)   If the Romans were all that, why didn't they invent hot air balloons?  (chronopause.com) (97)
(Gamma Squad)   New metal alloy is twice as strong as steel but can be molded like plastic. It's kind of a big deal  (gammasquad.uproxx.com) (56)
(LiveLeak) Video Allow me introduce you to Ceti Alpha Five's only remaining indigenous life form  (liveleak.com) (69)
(MSNBC)   Dear early adopters, thanks for buying our version of the iPhone. Love and kisses, Verizon. P.S. It will be obsolete in a few months  (msnbc.msn.com) (73)
(C|Net)   Sarah Connor just crapped her pants  (news.cnet.com) (33)

Tue March 01, 2011
(io9)   The Large Hadron Collider may soon prove that the supersymmetry theory is wrong, or rip a hole in the fabric of the universe, causing the universe to cease to exist, one or the other  (io9.com) (91)
(io9)   Stupidity can be the smartest evolutionary survival strategy. Well, that explains a lot  (m.io9.com) (28)
(Some Guy)   Ancient Iceman Mummy finally gets a face (and for some reason w/ pic of contemporary American hobo)  (sott.net) (30)
(Neatorama)   The Internet, circa 1993: "There's an interesting kind of restraint - there's not a lot of cursing or swearing" (not safe for work language)  (neatorama.com) (58)
(Popular Science)   Astronauts after space, how astronauts are coping with the twilight of the shuttle program? Here's a hint: they ain't thrilled  (popsci.com) (58)
(G4TV)   Creators of Resident Evil film acquire the rights to Devil May Cry. Subby's predictions: It will be 3D, feature Milla Jovovich in some role, and every frame will be shot in slow motion  (g4tv.com) (30)
(NPR)   Earth is at the center of the universe. This is not a repeat from 1543  (npr.org) (116)
(NPR)   Much of our culture wars basically boil down to whether you think human nature ir more like that of chimps or bonobos  (npr.org) (39)
(io9)   Hugo Gernsback predicted 'match.com' back in the 60's...kind of  (m.io9.com) (13)
(Wall Street Journal)   Interesting: A look into the Nuclear Future. Cool: Small nuclear reactors that could run untouched for decades on spent nuclear fuel. Scary: They'll probably run on Windows software  (online.wsj.com) (85)
(APP.com)   News: rocket scientist beats Watson in Jeopardy round. Fark: he's also a congressman from NJ  (blogs.app.com) (33)
(Science Daily)   You've got the hot chick, she's totally ready to go, and BAM amber  (sciencedaily.com) (27)
(TechEBlog)   Nice try, Sauron  (techeblog.com) (52)
(Time)   Understanding dark energy could help us discover all those galaxies far, far away  (time.com) (18)
(Discover)   What whales can teach us about cancer  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (8)
(Guardian.com)   $75m report by the UK Institute for the Study of the Bleedin' Obvious finds that young, married, childless couples are happiest, as they have sweaty noisy monkey sex at all hours directly above your cold, lonely flat  (guardian.co.uk) (14)
(eastbayri.com)   Everything I needed to know about life I learned from The Silver Surfer  (eastbayri.com) (13)
(Pop Matters)   Significant deaths in comics should have significant impacts. "The Amazing Spider-Man #655" does just that  (popmatters.com) (51)
(BBC)   A meteorite found in Antarctica could prove that life on Earth may have been kick-started from space. Scientists now believe meteorites could have showered the Earth with an attractive mix of components from space to form primitive life  (bbc.co.uk) (61)
(Space)   It is now safe for Tom Cruise to visit the International Space Station  (space.com) (9)
(USA Today)   Hands-on with Portal 2  (content.usatoday.com) (59)
(NPR)   Apparently, we are all descended from the sculptures from Beetle Juice  (npr.org) (26)
(Yahoo)   New laptop sees what you did there  (news.yahoo.com) (19)
(Jet City Gastrophysics)   A veritable taste explosion in your mouth, the creamy taste of green peaness  (jetcitygastrophysics.com) (23)
(Some Gallifrey One)   A little over a week ago, thousands of Doctor Who fans descended upon Los Angeles to fill the LAX Marriott with Amy Ponds, Daleks & the stale smell of sweat. Chris Hardwick filmed it all for the CBS Late Late Show  (tardisdatabanks.com) (29)
(Engadget)   17.7 megapixel cell phone pics? It's more likely than you think  (engadget.com) (85)
(New Scientist)   Glass melts in absolute zero  (newscientist.com) (63)
(Mercury News)   Google expands its Street View coverage to amusement parks, hiking trails, historical landmarks, by doing it the old fashioned way ... using tricycles  (mercurynews.com) (17)
(Detroit News)   Consumer Reports not very charged up by Chevy Volt  (detnews.com) (209)
(Science Daily)   You make smarter decisions on a full bladder. Subby usually decides to use the bathroom  (sciencedaily.com) (15)

Mon February 28, 2011
(NPR)   "Why do some ants fall into circles that never end, causing them to starve and eventually die?" This is not a metaphor for the homeless  (npr.org) (59)
(LA Times)   Am zon K nd e com ng to AT& st res Ma ch 6  (latimesblogs.latimes.com) (47)
(io9)   Wasn't this how Jurassic Park started?  (io9.com) (52)
(Discovery)   In the days to come, you will be able to come back from tomorrow to remind yourself yesterday that the mistakes of today can be fixed last week, next Tuesday  (news.discovery.com) (66)
(The Scotsman)   Coolest picture of a golden eagle snatching a lamb you'll see all day. "It was a very unusual sight and a bit sad for the lamb. But it's nature, and that's what happens"  (news.scotsman.com) (90)
(Comics Alliance)   The coolest Rubik's Cube mosaic of The Joker you'll see...well let's not bullshiat each other, ever  (comicsalliance.com) (28)
(sciencenews.org)   Plant sucks in tiny crab-like creatures in 1/2000th of a second, narrowly beating your mom's record  (sciencenews.org) (28)
(BBC)   Question: What's the best way to unclog a frozen river? Answer: Dynamite  (bbc.co.uk) (47)
(Neatorama)   18 facts you may not know about Buffy the Vampire Slayer  (neatorama.com) (134)
(Sify)   Astrophysicist calculates Earth is worth £3,000,000,000,000,000. Just in case you were thinking of buying it  (sify.com) (99)
(New York Daily News)   Your friendly neighborhood hooker has moved from Craigslist to Facebook  (nydailynews.com) (71)
(Yahoo)   Fuel from bacteria, at $30 a barrel? Faster, please  (news.yahoo.com) (211)
(Joystiq)   Kinect + 3D printer = instant sculpture of you  (joystiq.com) (36)
(Guardian.com)   Japanese town holds ninja festival to honor nation's fearsome feudal super-sneaks and master killers, who went "living hidden on the backside of history"  (guardian.co.uk) (66)

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