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Sun April 15, 2012
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(io9) Silly Cycle Skates - the roller-blades of the 1920s  (io9.com) (30)
(io9) Interesting Everyone knows the fate of the Titanic, but whatever happened to that poor iceberg?  (io9.com) (160)
(Guardian) Ironic The glaciers are shrinking. Everybody panic  (guardian.co.uk) (26)
(Guardian) Ironic The glaciers are growing. Everybody panic  (guardian.co.uk) (26)
(io9) Amusing Liiiiiiiions & tiiiiiiiigers & beaaaaaars, iiiin SPAAAAAAACE  (io9.com) (22)
(Smithsonian) Cool Heads up DC, here's where to watch Discovery's flyover on Tuesday  (blogs.smithsonianmag.com) (26)
(io9) Amusing Which fictional character shares your birthday?  (flavorwire.com) (372)
(Huffington Post) Cool US military builds the battle mech you've seen in every sci-fi movie. You know the one you fantasize about: runs, climbs, does push-ups, and kills peaceful aliens  (huffingtonpost.com) (106)
(Daily Mail) Spiffy Japanese developer comes up with solution for the problem of iPhones being ruined by .50 caliber bullets  (dailymail.co.uk) (37)
(USA Today) Fail FCC fines Google $25k for capturing WiFi data with StreetView, roughly half the money Google spends per hour on stocking their campus soda machines. Gosh, I hope they survive this crippling blow  (content.usatoday.com) (49)
(Some Guy) Amusing Scientists work up a crab-powered computer. Riiiggght. Of course they did. What?  (phys.org) (46)
(io9) Spiffy Mundane illustrations of modern life in 2012, as commissioned by Atari thirty years ago  (io9.com) (44)

Sat April 14, 2012
(Gizmodo) Cool Tiny pies on a stick.. Piecicle? I like pie  (gizmodo.com) (23)
(io9) Silly Hipster Cosplay: You've probably never heard of it  (io9.com) (40)
(Lifehacker) Cool 10 awesome things to do with retired tech  (lifehacker.com) (57)
(Some Guy) Amusing The Google BBS terminal. Fire up your 14.4 modem and search the "web" for all the best Usenet posts  (masswerk.at) (44)
(New York Daily News) Florida Four species of poisonous caterpillars invade Florida, which is rapidly becoming America's Australia - only with more old people and inferior football  (nydailynews.com) (34)
(Some Guy) Asinine Anonymous hacker busted by A) Confidential informant B) 5 years FBI investigation C) EXIF data from pic of girlfriend's boobies. With nice sorta SFW pic in question  (houston.cbslocal.com) (79)
(Telegraph) Spiffy 20 crates of Spitfires buried by withdrawing Allied forces during WW II found in Burma  (telegraph.co.uk) (67)
(Kotaku) Sad This GIF will rape your childhood. Poor Lando  (kotaku.com) (46)
(Some Guy) Interesting What happens when everyone has a replicator at home?  (phys.org) (108)
(Mental Floss) Interesting Nineteen regional US slang words to work into your vocabulary. Some of these are kinda buffleheaded, a couple are pretty whoopensocker  (mentalfloss.com) (297)
(CNN) Interesting Twenty percent of U.S. adults don't use the Intertubes  (cnn.com) (50)
(Discover) Interesting Let the Bad Astronomer explain why the 49 scientists, engineers, and former astronauts critique of NASA's global climate change policies add up to so much hot air  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (230)

Fri April 13, 2012
(Some Scientist) Cool Australian scientists invent true random numbers by splitting beam of light into two beams, measuring the power in each beam, then converting fluctuations into super-fast random number generator. Where's my flux capacitor?  (scientificcomputing.com) (99)
(BBC) Followup Company that owns Megaupload's servers is losing $9,000 per day while lawyers argue about what to do with the data  (bbc.com) (53)
(The Sun) Spiffy Not news: Mensa accepts girl with an IQ of 159. News: she's four years old  (thesun.co.uk) (119)
(Yahoo) Cool Scientists discover plastic-eating mushrooms. This is bad news, for Joan Rivers  (news.yahoo.com) (40)
(MSNBC) Cool Use these worlds together. Use them in Peace  (msnbc.msn.com) (66)
(Telegraph) Cool Amazing slideshow of pictures of Earth taken from the International Space Station  (telegraph.co.uk) (26)
(Physorg) Interesting Baboons can tell the difference between real and vuzy up words when reading horge  (phys.org) (16)
(Yahoo) Interesting Scientists say that having a second x chromosone apparently makes it much more difficult to distinguish between the gas and brake pedals on a car. Hey, don't get mad at me, this is SCIENCE  (news.yahoo.com) (41)
(Discover) Silly I call it The Stranger  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (22)
(Some Guy) Cool The Fukang coolest thing you will see today  (meteoritelab.com) (12)
(Wired) PSA How to be a #1 office leaker  (wired.com) (15)
(CSMonitor) Cool The development of quantum computers, phased plasma rifles in the 40 watt range, closer than you might think  (csmonitor.com) (40)
(Wired) Obvious Help, an innovative tech company is challenging TV broadcasters failed business model. To the LawyerMobile  (wired.com) (56)
(USA Today) Followup Botox approved ten years ago this week to the delight of fish-lipped, stretch-faced women everywhere  (usatoday.com) (13)
(LA Times) Followup Remember the kid who built an arcade out of cardboard? The internets just got him $100k+ to go to college  (latimes.com) (57)
(New Zealand Herald) Interesting Old fruit is better for you says study, Ian McKellen  (nzherald.co.nz) (73)
(Discovery) Unlikely The Viking lander, which originally found life on Mars, then didn't find life on Mars, now has found life on Mars again  (news.discovery.com) (71)
(National Geographic) Interesting Strawberry leopards forever  (news.nationalgeographic.com) (22)

Thu April 12, 2012
(Some Guy) Interesting Stem cells, is there anything they can't do?  (medicalxpress.com) (35)
(Some Guy) Interesting Scientists calculate that as many as 100,000 WIMPs strike our bodies every year. Surprisingly, we don't even notice  (phys.org) (26)
(Uproxx) Amusing They'll look up and shout, "Save us" and he'll look down and whisper, "Give me all the bacon and eggs you have"  (uproxx.com) (24)
(Boing Boing) Silly Where the white Wood Elfs at?  (boingboing.net) (197)
(Humans Invent) Cool The material of the future is human hair. Just imagine drinking from a cup made with your wife's golden locks...not only is it sustainable, but also biodegradable. And it is being launched  (humansinvent.com) (38)
(TechEBlog) Cool Either real life lost a lot of resolution, or the acid just kicked in  (techeblog.com) (28)
(The New York Times) Obvious "Afterward, the mice were placed in small multiroom chambers in the lab and introduced to liquid cocaine. They liked it"  (well.blogs.nytimes.com) (19)
(Neatorama) Cool There, now we made fruit unhealthy  (neatorama.com) (35)
(New York Daily News) Interesting Newly digitized photos of the Titanic before it sank, taken by one of the passengers. Who would have guessed after 100 years his film would go on  (nydailynews.com) (68)
(Mental Floss) Weird 11 religions based on pop culture: The Church of Ed Wood, The Sect of Gadget Hackwrench, The Church of the Latter-Day Dude... and there are some stupid ones too  (mentalfloss.com) (45)
(UPI) Fail There's a 99% chance that your $180 "Joy of Statistics" college textbook has errors  (upi.com) (115)
(Forbes) Interesting Scientists try to find out if Scotch whiskey can mature in zero gravity, as the space program finally gets serious about an eight-month flight to Mars  (forbes.com) (19)
(BBC) Interesting Scientists claim long-standing mystery about how dying stars spew out material of future planets is now solved  (bbc.co.uk) (16)
(Forbes) Followup How did Apple react to the discovery of the Mac botnet? If you guessed "attack the messenger", give yourself a pat on the back  (forbes.com) (58)
(ABC) Obvious Shockingly, actual archaelogists and scholars ain't buying the latest claims from the guy who plays an archaeologist on TV and who previously claimed to have found the bodies of Jesus and his wife and child  (abcnews.go.com) (45)
(Gizmodo) Cool Meet the Chork: The unholy lovechild of a fork and chopsticks that will prevent WWIII  (gizmodo.com) (52)
(Some Guy) Cool This sturgeon tagged and released in Wisconsin would be big enough to play center for the Cleveland Cavaliers. And probably good enough, too  (duluthnewstribune.com) (29)
(Wired) Cool The internet saves us again: Google maps overlay that shows zombie danger zones and recourse spots in case of the apocalypse  (m.wired.com) (47)

Wed April 11, 2012
(io9) Cool Photos from Doctor Who in the Big Apple  (io9.com) (24)
(Network World) Cool Japanese officials prepare for a wave of hand thefts as bank rolls out palm reading ATMs  (networkworld.com) (26)
(io9) Sick In the 1940s, scientists created a pain measurement scale by burning the hands of women in labor. Surprisingly enough, this did not take place in Nazi Germany  (io9.com) (39)
(Some Guy) Interesting It's like, how much more black could this be? And the answer is...well, 0.3%, but still  (treehugger.com) (94)
(Science Daily) Interesting Wind farms form artifiical reefs which benefit many fishes such as the goldsinny-wrasse, eelpout and lumpfish. Eelpout. Eelpout. Eelpout. Headline exists solely for benefit of eelpouts, crossword puzzle buffs  (sciencedaily.com) (46)
(Scientific American) Strange "The researchers also measured the size of the Pandas' testes and induced erections and ejaculation with electrodes." I wonder what these people say when people ask them what they do for a living?  (scientificamerican.com) (60)
(Telegraph) Florida Florida man unveils revolutionary new contraceptive device (w/ pic)  (telegraph.co.uk) (64)
(Yahoo) Interesting Rare daytime meteor spotted in Texas explained as being part of "Spring fireball season" . Wow, the weather in Texas really does suck  (news.yahoo.com) (71)
(Daily Mail) Sad New report claims more repeats will be greenlit in the future  (dailymail.co.uk) (10)
(Some Fruit Company) Spiffy Apple says it's developing software to detect and remove malware disguised as an update to Flash Player, which is almost as bad for your Mac as the real Flash Player  (support.apple.com) (65)
(Some Guy) Spiffy Proof that gaming is art: Nintendo to provide the Louvre with 3DS guided tours. Mamma Mia the Mona Lisa  (gamescatalyst.com) (13)
(Time) Cool Canada's new quarter has a dinosaur with glow-in-the-dark bones  (moneyland.time.com) (45)
(Some Guy) Unlikely In another sign Steve Jobs is dead, Apple's online store goes down to update the "We'll be right back" image displayed when Apple's online store goes down to update... whoops, divided by zero  (macrumors.com) (17)
(Gizmodo) Misc Apple to release latest Macbook map pack  (gizmodo.com) (51)
(Kotaku) Amusing FIFA '12 to have rating re-evaluated after goalkeeper sexually assaults another player  (kotaku.com) (34)
(New Scientist) Spiffy With the Hand: A history of masturbation  (newscientist.com) (57)
(News.com.au) Amusing The key to an effective alarm clock is to subconsciously fear it  (news.com.au) (48)
(Daily Mail) Interesting How an alcoholic drink or two can help sharpen your mind, greenlight more repeats  (dailymail.co.uk) (21)
(io9) Obvious You can't help being a dick. It's in your DNA  (io9.com) (27)

Tue April 10, 2012
(Gizmodo) Strange Hope these women like the smell of Cheetos and Modern Warfare 3 rage-sweat  (gizmodo.com) (109)
(Blastr) Obvious Joss Whedon on Buffy vs. Black Widow  (blastr.com) (95)
(The Register) Dumbass Anonymous announces plans to tear down several posters belonging to the UK intelligence services  (theregister.co.uk) (24)
(Science Daily) Obvious North American predator loss affects ecosystems, leaves Aliens totally unchecked  (sciencedaily.com) (118)
(Mental Floss) Interesting No one ever appreciates pus  (mentalfloss.com) (47)
(Discover) Silly Quiet Lisa, the dog is barking  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (16)
(Pravda) Obvious Facebook is deception. Fark is revelation  (english.pravda.ru) (20)
(Huffington Post) Interesting One in five adults have read an e-book. Other four still awaiting release of the e-movie  (huffingtonpost.com) (81)
(Scientific American) Interesting Why rich people are assholes  (scientificamerican.com) (80)
(LA Times) Obvious May as well try the herbal therapy. What's the worst that could happen?  (latimes.com) (40)
(BBC) Amusing "Kentucky Bigfoot investigators pride themselves on their scientific rigour"  (bbc.co.uk) (117)
(Daily Mail) Cool Dream on, scientists  (dailymail.co.uk) (38)
(I Heart Chaos) Cool Vitamin B6 may help some people remember their dreams when they wake up. BRB, going back to that awesome flying fortress with the waitresses made of donut flavored beer. You know what I'm talking about  (iheartchaos.com) (64)

Mon April 09, 2012
(Some Wind God) Cool Trippy map of the continental US with real time wind patterns and movements  (hint.fm) (37)
(Rolling Stone) Cool An interview with Darwyn Cooke, the man who will make the Watchmen prequels better than the original story  (rollingstone.com) (103)
(Some Guy) Interesting Study says most hybrid drivers won't buy another one after their first one - so much for hybrid loyalty. That, and saving the planet  (green.autoblog.com) (235)
(Telegraph) Dumbass If you're stupid enough to deliberately stand in the jet wash of a plane, be prepared to be blown away  (telegraph.co.uk) (128)
(Talking Points Memo) Sad ***Commodore 64 Basic V2*** 64K system RAM, 38911 BASIC bytes free. READY   (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) (123)
(Some Guy) Dumbass Smart Meters are safe, reliable, hackable, accurate. Wait, what?  (krebsonsecurity.com) (128)
(MSNBC) Interesting Your mama's so fat, her kids will grow up to be computer programmers  (vitals.msnbc.msn.com) (28)
(Gothamist) Spiffy Touchscreen pay phones are coming to NYC, which still doesn't solve the problem of having to actually touch them  (gothamist.com) (18)
(Some Guy) Interesting "Males can also achieve mating success by giving crappy gifts, as long as they are well-wrapped"   (the-scorpion-and-the-frog.blogspot.com) (34)
(Engadget) Interesting How Netflix generates its recommendations  (engadget.com) (81)
(Some Guy) Interesting Men eating berries may lower Parkinson's risk. No word on the health benefits of twigs  (medicalnewstoday.com) (37)
(YouTube) Cool Someone made a video game based on that cool vector graphics flyby scene from "Escape from New York"  (youtube.com) (47)
(ufoNY) Weird NASA seems to have been covering up what looked like a UFO from the last shuttle mission. It happened during their live, public feed. They blamed it on lens flare. They weren't saying it was aliens. But it was aliens  (news.gather.com) (187)
(SlashGear) Interesting Just what you need for the internet. A computer monitor that watches you slouch.. and that other thing you do all the time  (slashgear.com) (17)
(io9) Spiffy The most complex Rube Goldberg machine in history takes 300 steps to inflate and pop a balloon. Of course there's video  (io9.com) (48)
(Some Guy) Cool You'd think UFOs would have improved WAY past the flying saucer shape by now, what with modern technology and all. You'd be wrong  (news.gather.com) (93)
(Some Guy) Spiffy Google announces new Floor Plan app for inside directions, extending its efforts to ensure no one ever has to understand or even be aware of their surroundings ever again  (phys.org) (44)

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