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Sun September 04, 2011
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(Kotaku) Cool Finally some good comes from "Planking"  (kotaku.com) (88)
(Boing Boing) Video Amazing stop motion animation of Jonny Quest opening credits  (boingboing.net) (81)
(Some Guy) Cool Black leather covered Ferrari F-430. DO WANT  (upscalehype.com) (93)

Sat September 03, 2011
(Yahoo) Cool Many schools are starting to ditch the textbooks, in favor of the iPad  (finance.yahoo.com) (133)
(New York Daily News) Cool For Sale: 1989 Batmobile. Turbine engine, leather seats, cold a/c. $620k o/b/o  (nydailynews.com) (45)
(io9) Spiffy Watch Sylvester McCoy deliver Matt Smith's Pandorica speech from Doctor Who. That sound you heard was millions of simultaneous nerdgasms  (io9.com) (104)
(Some Guy) Ironic Apple's iCloud to be powered by MS servers run by Amazon  (appleinsider.com) (56)
(I Heart Chaos) Cool Don't click this link if you don't want to hear about a huge Dark Knight Rises plot spoiler involving "that guy from 3rd Rock from the Sun". Or it could be complete BS and I've just gotten you excited for nothing  (iheartchaos.com) (111)
(Information Week) Cool Researchers achieve the lowest error rate to date in quantum information processing, which might be simultaneously awesome and frustrating  (informationweek.com) (9)
(io9) Silly Oil paintings capturing a superhero's twilight years  (io9.com) (15)
(Some Guy) Cool Amazon tablet is real, will cost $250, be available in November and will likely cause a chasm in the Android community  (techcrunch.com) (150)
(PhysOrg.com) Fail Amazon founder's spacecraft fails, will be returned to him with FREE super saver shipping  (physorg.com) (27)
(Globe and Mail) Interesting Myth is to reality as Electric Cars are to: ?  (theglobeandmail.com) (197)
(io9) Sad Further proof of the decline of NASA: There are no space dramas on TV in 2011 for the first time in decades  (io9.com) (107)
(Huffington Post) Obvious New study finds association between trusting one's neighbors and better health. Noted exceptions include the Manson Family, Jeffrey Dahmer  (huffingtonpost.com) (19)
(Some Guy) Asinine SFPD: "Did we say we didn't know about Apple employees searching private home for lost iPhone prototype? We meant we went with them and stood oustide while they searched"  (baycitizen.org) (56)
(AP) Scary Swine flu is back. It may not be time to panic yet, but it probably will be soon  (hosted.ap.org) (61)
(Slashdot) Obvious Step 1: Implement technology on your website to help users protect their privacy. Step 2: Receive threats from Facebook. Step 3: ???? Step 4: Profit  (yro.slashdot.org) (21)
(Whoa) Weird College gym extracts electricity from people using cardio machines, bringing the Matrix one step closer to fruition  (ktvq.com) (47)

Fri September 02, 2011
(Gizmodo) Followup Turns out Android creator may have 'accidentally' borrowed iOS when he worked at Apple, which doesn't sound bad until you realize that might make it illegal to offer Android devices in the US  (gizmodo.com) (129)
(My Fox DC) Scary Scientists want to pull an asteroid closer to earth. What could possibly go wrong ?  (myfoxdc.com) (73)
(io9) Interesting These realistic Futurama replicas are both cool and creepy as hell, kinda like that one uncle of yours who never got married  (io9.com) (62)
(Break) Video Testing Pavlov's Theory on a college roommate. Very stimulating  (break.com) (34)
(Scientific American) Cool Babel fish?  (scientificamerican.com) (23)
(CNNGo) Video Japan invents kabuki-dancing robot. "Dressed in a traditional outfit, Toko Toko Maru also has a pair of diminutive fans which he extends, unfolds, and waves as he dances"  (cnngo.com) (38)
(TG Daily) Interesting Think you know how reflection and refraction work? Some folks at Harvard would like to mess with you  (tgdaily.com) (23)
(UPI) Obvious NASA says satellites observed U.S. heat spell --- AND DID NOTHING  (upi.com) (28)
(Science Daily) Obvious Alcohol dums the brians' ability to deteckt misteaks  (sciencedaily.com) (24)
(The Register) Scary Space junk is successfully reproducing in the wild  (theregister.co.uk) (48)
(YouTube) Video Build a computer in Minecraft. Trolls say, "Yeah, but can it run Minecraft?" CHALLENGE ACCEPTED  (youtube.com) (111)
(Gamma Squad) Amusing This Star Wars voice dubbing is no less ridiculous than the one George Lucas just did to the blu-ray  (gammasquad.uproxx.com) (49)
(Medical Xpress) Interesting How to get ahead in the nervous system without really trion  (medicalxpress.com) (9)
(io9) Cool Coolest picture of a black hole eating another black hole you'll see all day. Don't forget to bring your fez  (io9.com) (85)
(Gizmodo) Weird If you've been waiting for someone to make an iPhone app that lets you find complete strangers who want to use your bathroom, well today's your lucky day--and you're really, really weird  (gizmodo.com) (20)
(Daily Mail) Amusing Introducing the OCD cutting board, for when you really, really want your salad to be symmetrical  (dailymail.co.uk) (66)

Thu September 01, 2011
(PCWorld) Spiffy HTC announces Windows Phone 7.5 devices coming next month, just in time to be overshadowed by a new iPhone  (pcworld.com) (47)
(I Heart Chaos) Amusing The most awesome Splash Mountain picture ever  (iheartchaos.com) (51)
(The New York Times) Spiffy Ignore your grandmother's tech advice. It's okay to click the "unsubscribe" link on spam emails  (pogue.blogs.nytimes.com) (45)
(LA Times) Obvious Angry NASA wants you to know "Apollo 18" is not a documentary. And there's also maybe worms on Mars or something  (latimes.com) (56)
(CBS News) Silly BS phony meme watch: "Stocking" is the new "planking"  (cbsnews.com) (47)
(News.com.au) Scary Science educator thrown out of religious event for questioning attendees' most cherished beliefs onstage  (blogs.news.com.au) (87)
(Independent) Scary As more facts are released, the more it looks like the Fukushima disaster was worse than Chernobyl (Auto-play video)  (independent.co.uk) (40)
(Life.com) Spiffy Want to fly in space? That's an underpants sandin'  (life.com) (8)
(BBC) Cool Higgs particle could be found by Christmas, trigger apocalypse ahead of schedule  (bbc.co.uk) (91)
(Daily Mail) Interesting The scienticians over at Veridian Dynamics have scored another one  (dailymail.co.uk) (85)
(Daily Mail) Cool Soon we may be able to make it rain, using frigging lasers  (dailymail.co.uk) (30)
(News.com.au) Dumbass Apple loses prototype iPhone in bar. This is not a repeat from last year  (news.com.au) (211)
(UPI) Interesting People prefer things in the middle, as opposed to your mother, who likes it in the bottom  (upi.com) (25)

Wed August 31, 2011
(Some Guy) Strange Which scientists have discovered a way to turn mouse brains transparent by peeing on them? Why, Japanese scientists, of course  (newyork.ibtimes.com) (23)
(Science Daily) Interesting New light shed on pulsars, much to the chagrin of people who suffer epileptic seizures  (sciencedaily.com) (3)
(Science Daily) Spiffy Great news, Farkers: hot flashes may be fewer in older, heavier women  (sciencedaily.com) (8)
(asahi.com) Weird Tokyo ramen shop offers 'green ramen' laden with powdered euglena. "Despite the initial impression-an algae-filled pond-the flavor is surprisingly light and refreshing, like a summer minestrone"  (asahi.com) (34)
(IGN) Spiffy Germany has finally approved "Doom" and "Doom 2" for sale in Germany. Up next: these new-fangled DVDs everyone is talking about  (xbox360.ign.com) (75)
(Washington Post) Cool Man gets wife perfect gift, later asks if earth moved for her. Subby's wife still laughing from the last time same question was asked  (washingtonpost.com) (11)
(Boing Boing) Interesting Philosopher claims it is more likely that we are inside a simulation than in a physical universe. Don't forget to take the blue pill when you leave the discussion thread  (boingboing.net) (144)
(fyiliving) Obvious Americans are getting obese and hypertensive on (a) McDonald's (b) KFC (c) Sweet and sour pork  (fyiliving.com) (62)
(Lifehacker) Spiffy Good news: when cooking with booze, more alcohol remains than you think. Bad news: you really need to expand your repertoire beyond jello shots  (lifehacker.com) (28)
(PhysOrg.com) Cool These hubble movies of young stars will make you want to have a seat over there  (physorg.com) (13)
(TechnologyReview) Scary We've made a mistake. Google's Nexus One is not related to the Nexus Six. It is a forerunner of the Borg (with pic proof)  (technologyreview.com) (40)
(Vancouver Sun) Scary Parental stress can warp kids' genes and I'LL TURN THIS CHROMOSOME AROUND RIGHT NOW  (vancouversun.com) (11)
(ESPN) Interesting Home team is down by a run in the bottom of the 9th, 2 on and 2 out. Lefty vs. righty. Pitcher, catcher and pitching coach review their options....on an iPad. Welcome to the future of baseball  (espn.go.com) (63)
(Space) Followup Great news ISS Astronaut, Russia has identified the problem with her rocket failure. Now you've got to ask yourself one question: do you believe it?  (space.com) (67)
(IBD) Stupid CERN finds global warming caused by the Sun, which'll be really unimportant after they open a black hole with the LHC  (investors.com) (148)
(The Inquirer) Fail Remember that 3D thing last year? Or those 3D glasses that sit next to your sofa unused? GOOD NEWS You can now spend $780 on Sony's next futile attempt at getting us to embrace it Bonus feature: Get to look like Geordie LaForge  (theinquirer.net) (128)
(PhysOrg.com) Cool Ultrasensitive particles offer sparkly yet dark and brooding new way to find cancer  (physorg.com) (12)
(YouTube) Cool So what does NASA's Desert R.A.T.S. program do? Oh, just prepare to land on and explore near-Earth asteroids. If successful, none of them will have to pay taxes again. Ever  (youtube.com) (23)
(Wired) Asinine US district judge rules that using tracking software to determine where your stolen laptop is violates the privacy of the people using it at the time  (wired.com) (298)
(UPI) Obvious Flame retardant linked to low birth weight, reduction in flaming newborns  (upi.com) (18)
(Mother Nature Network) Interesting Here's the reason why you've never seen a mummy with dandruff  (mnn.com) (8)
(LA Times) Cool Construction begins on the 'greenest' office building in the world. Six stories tall, collects and treats all water onsite, and gets its power from solar PV. Still no cure for hippies  (latimes.com) (51)
(Discovery) Cool World's quickest electric car does 0-60 in 1.8 seconds. FARK: It's a '72 Datsun  (dsc.discovery.com) (84)

Tue August 30, 2011
(USA Today) Cool News: New Ford car design Fark me: it's prettier than anything they did in the 1960s  (content.usatoday.com) (146)
(Mental Floss) Interesting Researchers give money to capuchin monkeys to see how they'd spend it. As it turns out, they're nearly as reckless and irrational as humans. Almost  (mentalfloss.com) (63)
(USA Today) Unlikely Madden 2012 boasts several new exciting innovatBWAHAHAHAHA oh man, almost got through that one, maybe next year  (content.usatoday.com) (64)
(The Local (Sweden)) Unlikely Study financially backed by U.S. meat industry claims low-carb, meat-rich diets most effective. In related news, study by subby's bartender says fifteen gin and tonics a day good for your digestive system  (thelocal.se) (46)
(io9) Amusing And lo, Jesus spake unto them, "I'm the best at what I do, bub"  (io9.com) (46)
(io9) Strange And the latest key to reducing US reliance on foreign oil is *shakes magic 8-ball*...panda poop?  (io9.com) (8)
(Talking Points Memo) Cool The actual inventors of the Internet now bring you the hunt for interstellar space travel   (idealab.talkingpointsmemo.com) (37)
(Boing Boing) Strange Smoking cigarettes has many effects on your health like causing strokes, hypertension, alleviating schizophrenia, lung canWAIT what?  (boingboing.net) (55)
(PC Magazine) Cool Cool: NASA looking for donations to create MMO Space colonization game. Dumb: Setting the game in 2035  (pcmag.com) (19)
(io9) Obvious Why Iron Man succeeded where Green Lantern failed. Well, one had Robert Downey Jr, the other had Van Wilder, so...yeah  (io9.com) (73)
(Wired) Cool Aug. 30, 1885: The motorcycle is born  (wired.com) (84)
(Some Guy) Interesting Steve Jobs, before you depart this world, your biological father would like to speak with you  (ditii.com) (78)
(Discover) Obvious Airlines choose the worst possible boarding procedure, probably on purpose  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (105)
(BBC) Interesting Archaeologists now believe that Neanderthals ruled Jersey for a quarter million years. Except for a staggeringly lifelike depiction of her near the bottom right, this article has nothing to do with Snookie  (bbc.co.uk) (54)
(Gizmodo) Asinine This is why you can't have nice men, ladies  (gizmodo.com) (614)
(Washington Post) Fail "Intelligent design theory is based on peer-reviewed scientific evidence." [citation needed]  (washingtonpost.com) (515)
(Daily Mail) Amusing Medievalists discover Queen Elizabeth I was hornier than a bonobo when around faithful courtier Robert Dudley who possessed "the unashamed boastfulness of a wide-boy." We are amused  (dailymail.co.uk) (92)
(Daily Mail) Obvious After nearly 40 years, ornithologists have discovered a new species of bird in the US. And now the bad news  (dailymail.co.uk) (20)

Mon August 29, 2011
(G4TV) Misc Virtual vomiting, lines, sticky floors, and rollercoasters coming to a 3DS near you  (g4tv.com) (17)
(PC Magazine) Cool Now this is what makes the $99 Hp Touchpad worth its money  (pcmag.com) (74)
(Tom's Hardware) Spiffy As long as a finger, slightly thicker than a penny, and can hold up to 2TB of information, or one high-quality picture of your mom  (tomshardware.com) (51)
(io9) Weird Child sized frog captured in Malaysia. "Child sized"? Yea right, must have been a very small chiHOLY CRAP WHAT IS THAT THING  (io9.com) (80)
(G4TV) Cool Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword bundle revealed. Subby is not impress- OH MY GOD EVERYTHING IS GOLD  (g4tv.com) (93)
(Comics Alliance) Cool DC Comics announces relaunched 'Justice Society Of America' and the return of Earth  (comicsalliance.com) (22)
(Space) Followup Russian launch failure causing NASA to evacuate space station, pants  (space.com) (62)
(The Onion) Satire Bill Watterson writes, illustrates, shreds new 'Calvin And Hobbes' strip each morning out of spite  (theonion.com) (102)
(HelenaIR.com) Spiffy 100-year-old fortunetelling machine sits unnoticed for years in Montana pioneer town. Collectors find it, say it may be the only one left in existence, prepare offers as high as $10 million for it. Montana: "Nah, we're good"  (helenair.com) (136)
(Guardian.com) Asinine Swiss political party says banning PowerPoint will save *spins wheel* 350 billion Euros annually  (guardian.co.uk) (45)
(The Consumerist) Followup GameStop will give customers a $50 gift card if they bought a couponless copy of Deus Ex. No word on when they'll deactivate the gift card  (consumerist.com) (69)
(Something Shiny) Interesting School support for ADHD children could oh hey what's going on over on the business tab today?  (medicalxpress.com) (31)
(MSNBC) Scary Dolphins are using artillery for a whole new porpoise  (msnbc.msn.com) (30)
(The New York Times) Fail Anon supports Time Warner via epic fail  (nytimes.com) (44)
(Science Daily) Interesting Body size differences can make it difficult to align genitals for sex  (sciencedaily.com) (71)
(Some Geek) Interesting Ever wonder why your old, previously-gray SNES has faded to yellow?  (vintagecomputing.com) (56)

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