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Monday January 17, 2022. 08:04 PM
This very straightforward video is a lot of fun! This 30 minute YouTube reminded me of many forgotten gems from 80s TVland like the Battlestar flying motorcycles. Pretty sure I know someone who wants their own Air Wolf.
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The UK government is set to launch a multi-pronged publicity attack on end-to-end encryption, Rolling Stone has learned. From the report: One key objective: mobilizing public opinion against Facebook's decision to encrypt its Messenger app. The Home Office has hired the M&C...
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Typically, becoming an air travel aficionado is comprised of one of two things. One, you shell out a heck of a lot of money to get...
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When using a Linux-based operating system, you should always use the most recent kernel, right? Actually, no. While new kernels do add fixes and support for new hardware, they can also be less stable and cause bugs. Unfortunately, if you have extremely new hardware,...
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Comedian Daniel LaBelle isn't just an expert at 'running' gags — in this sketch he adds a bit of parkour to show us his superhuman impression of Spiderman hanging out at home.
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The Cameraman's Revenge (1912) is a 13-minute experimental Russian stop-motion animated short directed and written by Wladyslaw Starewicz. This animation was one-of-a-kind when it was created for its use of real dried-out insects as characters. The film includes beetles,...
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Glitch is spilling private data and there's not much Apple users can do about it An improperly implemented API that stores data on browsers has caused a vulnerability in Safari 15 that leaks user internet activity and personal identifiers.…
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A newlywed wrote to Slate's Dear Prudence to get her advice on whether or not she should divorce her husband. She explained that while she was planning the wedding with him, her 'only hard-and-fast rule was that he would not rub cake in my face at the reception.' — Read the...
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To say that Big Tech controls the internet might seem like an exaggeration. Increasingly, in at least one sense, it's literally true. From a report: The internet can seem intangible, a post-physical environment where things like viral posts, virtual goods and metaverse...
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It was a different time in January 2020, when the all-knowing 'experts' weighed in on the novel coronavirus. Today Show: 'Not a big concern at this point.' Fox: '… people are worried about it turning into something more than it will be.' — Read the rest
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Joslyn Diffenbaugh, an 8th-grade student from Kutztown, Pennsylvania started the Teen Banned Book Club to discuss books that have been banned by the local school district. Nine students attended the first meeting on January 12 at Firefly Bookstore in Kutztown. They discussed ...
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The ability to mint an NFT and the knowledge to reason cogently about ownership and copyright issues are not always intersecting sets. It would appear Spice DAO bought a book thinking they own the rights to the story within and could do anything they wanted with it. — Read...
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Amy Qian bought a table saw and had to figure out how to get it out of the back of her truck without a forklift. Even though I have a mechanical engineering degree like Qian, I wouldn't have been able to figure this out. — Read the rest
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'Reel'-y cheap – like $0.70 a pop If you only need the smallest of Raspberry Pi chips, but you need a lot of them, you can now buy the gang's RP2040 microcontrollers directly from the farm supplier in lots of 500 or 3,400.…
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New submitter bolind writes: A data center migration from eNom web hosting provider caused unexpected domain resolution problems that are expected to last for a few hours. Customers started to complain that they could no longer access their websites and emails due to Domain...
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Artist James Concannon designed a stenciled leather jacket for 'Queer Eye' star Antoni Porowski. Lego copied the jacket without Concannon's permission and Concannon is now suing Lego for copyright infringement. Concannon's black leather jacket has white stencil art of a...
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A serious Safari bug disclosed in this blog post from FingerprintJS can disclose information about your recent browsing history and even some info of the logged-in Google account. From a report: A bug in Safari's IndexedDB implementation on Mac and iOS means that a website...
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The very stable geniuses of the Dallas QAnon cult say that the man pretending to be Donald Trump at the recent Arizona rally was none other than 104-year-old former president John F. Kennedy disguised as the popular orange-colored theocratic fascist. From Vice: In an audio...
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This morning, while drinking my coffee and digging through YouTube, I unearthed this little gem. Over 16 minutes of deleted scenes from Mel Brooks' 1974 horror comedy masterpiece, Young Frankenstein. You can definitely understand why these scenes were cut (the reading of...
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From The Washington Post: Police in the city of Mainz, near Frankfurt, successfully petitioned local health authorities to release data from an app called Luca when a man fell to his death after leaving a restaurant in November. They said they were seeking witnesses who had...
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