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Sun October 02, 2011
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(Washington Post) Stupid DЭPAЯTMЄиT OF HΘMЭLAиD SЭCUЯITY to handle nation's computer security. Your papers, please, comrade web user  (washingtonpost.com) (70)
(Toronto Sun) Cool I'll see your woman painting with beer and raise you with an artist painting with cheese  (torontosun.com) (11)
(MSNBC) Interesting "Sex is very difficult in zero gravity ... Think about it: You have no friction, you have no resistance"  (msnbc.msn.com) (155)
(Zee News) Interesting Scientists upgrade Dead Sea to Zombie Sea, expect it to terrorize other seas for at least three movies  (zeenews.india.com) (16)
(Wimp) Video How dangerous is lightning? Here's a striking example  (wimp.com) (41)
(Infozine) Interesting NASA scientist reveals smart phone that detects dangerous chemicals. Charlie Sheen's phone set to explode  (infozine.com) (7)
(io9) Interesting Today in "Words you never thought you'd see in the same sentence": You can bribe a marmoset to meditate by giving it a marshmallow  (io9.com) (30)
(Popular Science) Scary Old and busted: Your navigation system taking you where you want to go. New hotness: Your navigation system taking you to advertisers' businesses  (popsci.com) (52)
(My Fox Boston) Misc Scientists discover fried egg nebula next to crispy bacon galaxy and black hole of coffee  (myfoxboston.com) (12)

Sat October 01, 2011
(Den Of Geek) Spiffy Doctor Who series 6 episode 13 review: The Wedding Of River Song. And here we...go. Spoilers  (denofgeek.com) (323)
(Slate) Cool A flow chart to help you navigate NPR's top 100 sci-fi and fantasy novels of all time. The road goes ever, ever on  (slate.com) (108)
(io9) Cool The Battle of Isengard...depicted by 22,000 LEGO bricks. Subby doesn't even like LOTR, but this is pretty sweet  (io9.com) (26)
(westword.com) Interesting In honor of Hug a Vegetarian Day, here are the 13 hottest vegetarians. Well ... at least they got #1 correct  (blogs.westword.com) (62)
(Tom's Guide) Cool Science is at it again: we're about one step away from honest-to-Muad'dib stillsuits  (tomsguide.com) (38)
(CNN) Spiffy Archie finally gets some respect. Reggie sulks in the locker room  (geekout.blogs.cnn.com) (20)
(YouTube) Cool Star Wars Imperial March played on 3.5: floppy disk drive  (youtube.com) (77)
(Archaeology.org) Interesting Technology changes so fast, archaeologists are now excavating microprocessors  (archaeology.org) (30)
(Bangor Daily News) Spiffy It's a cross between a cedar strip canoe and a motor-trike. At 90 mpg it might have many saying "Dirigo"  (bangordailynews.com) (20)
(Guardian.com) Sappy Keeping your kids first finger-paintings is one thing, keeping them for 13,000 years is a little overboard, dontchathink?  (guardian.co.uk) (12)
(Some Guy) Cool The salmon population may be back, say biologists who had just about haddock with people carping about the situation  (bangordailynews.com) (19)
(I Heart Chaos) Cool Getting a book to teach your baby HTML might make you feel like a cool parent until the baby down the street learns PHP  (iheartchaos.com) (24)
(Engadget) Stupid Since the word 'no' is apparently not in a parent's vocabulary, someone invents a kid-friendly (read: expendable) tablet  (engadget.com) (54)
(MSNBC) Obvious New study says 42% of all people can't sing, become rap artists  (bodyodd.msnbc.msn.com) (32)
(Some artist girl) Cool Woman paints amazing works of art only using beer and an initial brew print  (odditycentral.com) (10)
(ABC News) Scary The Happening II: Revenge of the Produce. Listeria found in lettuce  (abcnews.go.com) (50)
(I Heart Chaos) Cool Remember Psychonauts? It's just been updated for both Mac and PC and it's only $9.99  (iheartchaos.com) (43)

Fri September 30, 2011
(Huffington Post) Obvious Man's life mission is to collect all the hyped toys in comic book ads. "The vast majority are rip-offs...about 85 percent"  (huffingtonpost.com) (26)
(Nerve) Stupid SexToys.com Launching a Vibrator into Space for Some Reason  (nerve.com) (44)
(ZDNet) Stupid Microsoft has found an innovative way to compete with Google. Call Chrome a virus and remove it from Windows computers  (zdnet.com) (121)
(io9) Interesting Ten crazy science experiments that wound up in your kitchen  (io9.com) (61)
(Scientific American) Cool Five recent nanotechnology breakthroughs in biomedicine. Entire article is in this dot → ∙  (blogs.scientificamerican.com) (52)
(Discover) Sad After nearly 20 years of unparalleled discoveries in particle physics, the Fermilab Tevatron is shutting down. RIP  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (61)
(Space) Interesting DARPA holds symposium with top scientists in an attempt to close the gap between current technology and a future that involves banging sexy, half-naked green women  (space.com) (51)
(News.com.au) Scary Porn sites targeting your Facebook timeline. This is relevant to your interests  (news.com.au) (94)
(Daily Mail) Sad Mandatory in-car breathalisers could prevent your car starting, EVER  (dailymail.co.uk) (85)
(io9) Strange The one true aphrodisiac? Rotting fruit  (io9.com) (44)

Thu September 29, 2011
(Yahoo) Cool SpaceX says 'reusable rocket' could help colonize Mars, revive Arnold Schwarzenegger's career  (ca.news.yahoo.com) (66)
(Daily Mail) Amusing Old man thinks he is a penguin, will fit in at formal occasions  (dailymail.co.uk) (30)
(The Atlantic) Scary The Great Robot Uprising and subsequent enslavement of humanity hasn't happened yet, but don't worry--the humans have already lost  (theatlantic.com) (106)
(Fox News) Interesting If you missed the satellite crashing to Earth last time around, GOOD NEWS--there's a second chance to see one in November. This one's German, so it has to be good  (foxnews.com) (50)
(io9) Interesting Scientists claim free will is an illusion. Subby agrees...especially if you are married  (io9.com) (216)
(Discover) Cool All these worlds are yours... all 15 billion of them  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (52)
(Some Guy) Strange Now I don't want to alarm anyone about the new changes to Facebook, but Mark Zuckerberg seems to be honing his post-apocalyptic survival skills lately  (ibtimes.com) (40)
(Discover) Scary 802.11WTF   (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (92)
(Telegraph) Strange SPCA succesfully treats swan for arthritis, so it's been released back into the wild to resume attacking people (pic)  (telegraph.co.uk) (23)
(Live Science) Cool CERN scientists design experiment to capture antimatter. If successful, will design even more difficult experiment of finding optimism in Boston Red Sox fans  (livescience.com) (28)
(Guardian.com) Cool Nissan is developing a car that can read the human mind. Well, except for blondes  (guardian.co.uk) (42)
(National Geographic) Cool Need new wallpaper? Here's a collection of Ansel Adams' high resolution geophysical porn  (ngm.nationalgeographic.com) (38)
(Lifehacker) Interesting How links get greenlit  (lifehacker.com) (51)
(Some Copilot) Scary Uoʇʇnq ƃuoɹʍ sdoo  (news.ninemsn.com.au) (47)

Wed September 28, 2011
(Warming Glow) Weird Creepy Simpsons cosplay to haunt your dreams  (warmingglow.uproxx.com) (58)
(io9) Interesting The perfect underground house for post apocalyptic living is located in a remote area of Saskatchewan, and no the Apocalypse hasn't started yet--that's just Saskatchewan  (io9.com) (55)
(Gamma Squad) Stupid The most ridiculous covers of Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane. The 60s must have been a great time, a great, racist, sexist time  (gammasquad.uproxx.com) (77)
(CSMonitor) PSA Facebook is not going to start charging users. Ever. Or until it figures out a way to convince people that paying $5 per month for ads is a privilege  (csmonitor.com) (82)
(Science Daily) Obvious Public ignorant, research finds. There, fixed that for you  (sciencedaily.com) (63)
(Boing Boing) Scary Man builds circular flying machine - soon to end up in Darwin Awards under 'death by salad shooter'  (boingboing.net) (106)
(CNNGo) Spiffy Two words: Lightsaber handrails  (cnngo.com) (29)
(Discover) Silly Scaring children can help you lose weight, is hilarious   (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (15)
(LA Times) Scary Movie studios preparing for a DVD-less future  (latimes.com) (215)
(Kotaku) Strange Face of Jesus appears on NES console  (kotaku.com) (72)
(Life.com) Misc Judging by the old guy's elfin grin, I'm just going to assume that that's lembas bread  (life.com) (24)
(BBC) Sad Pacemaker inventor flatlines  (bbc.co.uk) (36)

Tue September 27, 2011
(NPR) Scary Can the Conficker worm really bring down the Internets?  (npr.org) (87)
(Minneapolis Star Tribune) Amusing New college program offers free classes to teach socially awkward engineering students how to intercourse with humans, perhaps leading to seeing actual 5318008  (startribune.com) (38)
(io9) Interesting What if the mutants of the X-Men were truly mutated? Well, first off, Emma Frost would still be hot  (io9.com) (35)
(G4TV) Interesting Lionsgate is developing a Dead Island movie. Fingers crossed the actors portray third person the way the game originally did  (g4tv.com) (37)
(CNN) Obvious Apple to unveil newest money grab on October 4  (money.cnn.com) (141)
(The New York Times) Cool Cervical cancer cured using vinegar and a carbon dioxide tank, brought to you by the country you'd expect to be into putting weird stuff up in there  (nytimes.com) (33)
(Motherboard.tv) Interesting Science explains what happens if you travel back in time to kill your grandpa  (motherboard.tv) (159)
(Globe and Mail) Interesting Scientist in funny hat seeks biological explanation for suicidal people  (theglobeandmail.com) (25)
(Science Daily) Interesting I'm upper, upper class high society. God's gift to ballroom notoriety. And I always fill my ballroom. The event is never small. The social papers say I've got the biggest balls of all  (sciencedaily.com) (34)
(Crazy Engineers) Cool Scientists say that they have simultaneously created and not created the world's first fully functional quantum chip  (crazyengineers.com) (42)
(Globe and Mail) Obvious Being fat won't help you live longer. Skinny smokers biased those earlier studies  (theglobeandmail.com) (24)
(Daily Mail) Cool We've secretly replaced this car's tank of gasoline with Folger's crystals. Let's see if anyone notices  (dailymail.co.uk) (22)
(ZeeNews) Interesting Researchers discover that use of a common painkiller may result in complete disappearance of the ephemeral and rarely seen phenomenon known as the male orgasm  (zeenews.india.com) (33)
(TG Daily) Interesting Coronal mass ejection sends solar wind plasma penetrating geosynchronous orbit. In other words, so much for using your GPS today  (tgdaily.com) (64)
(CBC) Interesting Scientists, Terra Nova marketing department announce new species of dinosaur  (cbc.ca) (117)
(Scientific American) Asinine The worst trends in tech for 2011 -OR- Business as usual 2011  (scientificamerican.com) (40)
(Some Guy) Obvious Microsoft employees are showering CEO Steve Ballmer with praise for how awesome Windows 8 will be. Nah, I'm kidding, "droves" of employees walked out of a speech he gave at a company meeting  (electronista.com) (205)
(BBC) Strange Syrian hackers take over Harvard's website, Harvard says the attack was Assad attempt  (bbc.co.uk) (31)
(USA Today) Spiffy Dead Sea Scrolls go on-line. Strong Bad pleased he can scroll them using his preferred method  (usatoday.com) (57)
(MSNBC) Asinine Wondering if your son is gay? There's an app for that  (gadgetbox.msnbc.msn.com) (209)
(Gizmodo) Scary Remember that cell phone tracking thing Batman had in "The Dark Knight?" Yeah, the government has one and has been tracking everyone for years  (gizmodo.com) (69)

Mon September 26, 2011
(ABC News) Interesting Good news: Coffee consumption decreases risk of depression. Sort of: In post-menopausal women who smoke  (abcnews.go.com) (11)
(Discovery) Interesting Wait, where am I? LET ME OUT YOU SON OF A BIATCH. Ooh, bubbles. Is that a castle? Wait, where am I? LET ME OUT YOU SON OF A BIATCH  (news.discovery.com) (37)
(I Heart Chaos) Amusing Six people died, but we still say it was the best office prank ever. Way better than wrapping a chair in rubber bands. Boy, you shoulda seen the look on his face when he came back from vacation  (iheartchaos.com) (48)
(Some Guy) Hero An interview with Fark's new king, a guy who won a prestigious academic fellowship when he was a senior in college and used it to travel the world studying and drinking beer  (outsideonline.com) (33)
(Fox News) Weird Cure for long-term diabetes complications will haunt your dreams  (foxnews.com) (26)
(Space) Interesting Scientists may have new way to look for dark matter, unicorns  (space.com) (40)
(Scientific American) Asinine Farmers are farking up the rotation. Two puffs and then pass, chief  (scientificamerican.com) (63)
(NPR) Audio Scientific study explains why sugar is like crack to kids  (npr.org) (7)
(Discover) Silly After extracting one bread clip too many from the colons of patients, one doctor set out on a mission to classify and hunt down this plastic menace  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (36)
(BBC) Amusing Virtual "monkeys" write Shakespeare with random strings of text: still more coherent than the average undergrad  (bbc.co.uk) (45)
(io9) Spiffy World's biggest lightsaber battle looks like a giant rave, or a bunch of dicks...which I guess is the same thing  (io9.com) (23)
(The Atlantic) Silly A visual (slideshow) history of Simpsons literary references. The whole thing smacks of effort, man  (theatlantic.com) (30)
(Some Guy) Interesting I actually kind of want to ride this strange bicycle  (fastcodesign.com) (50)
(Daily Mail) Stupid Scientists now claim fruit juice contains so much sugar it could actually increase risk of cancer.... OH, COME ON .... make up your mind  (dailymail.co.uk) (133)
(News.com.au) Scary Facebook not even trying to look un-stalkery anymore, now uses an undeletable cookie to follow you after you've logged out  (news.com.au) (94)
(io9) Cool Coolest picture of a galactic threesome you'll see all day  (io9.com) (25)

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