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Friday April 19, 2019. 07:16 PM
The redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on the two-year-long investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election includes an interesting revelation about the first known incident of Russia attacking our political process. They...
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Samsung's folding phone, which will ding buyers about two grand after tax, is already in deep trouble: the review units sent to journalists are dying after hours of use. CNBC's Todd Haselton writes that it was 'a tantalizing glimpse of the future — before it broke.' During ...
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Jason Scott has made the source available for every one of Infocom's classic and genre-defining text adventure games (previously) for the Apple ][+ and its successors, posting it to Github under the historicalsource account. The code is written in Zork Implementation...
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Chuck Tingle (previously) has leapt into action with some of the most trenchant analysis of the Mueller Report yet seen: Redacted In The Butt By Redacted Under The Tromp Administration covers all the most significant details through an exquisitely crafted tale of gay...
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More than half of the US states have passed laws that ban or severely restrict local governments from investing in broadband: many of these laws were copypasted from 'model legislation' circulated by corporate telcoms lobbyists (this is a disturbing, widespread practice in...
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Michael Schiess is the founder of the Pacific Pinball Museum in Alameda, California where he cares for nearly 2,000 pinball machines from across time. Schiess's mission in life? 'To inspire an interest in science, art and history through pinball, and to preserve and promote...
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At Bon Appetit, Kristen Arnett wrote a very funny appreciation of Olive Garden as the perfect place for her to take first dates. From Bon Appetit: The right kind of woman for me is someone who won’t give me a hard time about the things I like. The kind of woman who will...
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The Google Cemetery is an online collection of the useful stuff Google has made (or replicated) and then destroyed. An elegy to things we should never have given over to it in the first place, a lament for the lessons never learned.
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For sale: Boleskine House, occultist Aleister Crowley's infamous digs on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland that Jimmy Page later owned. The Georgian home, sitting on 9.3 hectares (22.9 acres), burned in 2015 but the exterior walls remain. The real estate agent is open to...
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MandalaGaba is a drawing board that specializes in mandalas and other artistic mathematical magic. Click and drag and watch what happens! You can save and share your work; the creators have a blog and an instagram featuring quality examples. After radial symmetry (mandalas)...
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Now that's my kind of pyramid. FAITHLESS / Operators Released April 5th, 2019 produced by Napster Vertigo and Arlen Thompson Visuals by Caleb Bardgett and Johnny Dunn Operators is on tour; check them out on Spotify or Amazon if it's your cup of tea,
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The public markets are hungry: as Uber and Lyft look to IPOs to let their investors -- who have been subsidizing 40-50% of every ride -- redeem their shares through sales to the public capital markets, the companies are desperate for ways to reduce their unprofitability and...
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A pixel-perfect implementation of Super Mario Bros. is now available for the Commodore 64, a good three decades after that computer's (and the Nintendo Entertainment System's) heydey. This is a Commodore 64 port of the 1985 game SUPER MARIO BROS. for the Famicom and...
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Enjoy this fine collection of Freudian slips uttered by news presenters.
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The digital age is well and truly upon us, but let's not forget there's a load of free TV content floating literally over our heads. No, we're not talking about the internet. Signals from major broadcast networks are still gratis for anyone who can pick them up with an...
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The Sacklers (previously) are a reclusive, super-secretive family of billionaires whose fortune comes from their pharmaceutical company, Purdue Pharmaceuticals, manufacturers of Oxycontin, the drug at the center of the opioid epidemic, which has claimed more American lives...
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Pepsi's plan to pay a Russian company called Startrocket to loft an artificial constellation of cubesats with mylar sails to advertise a 'nonalcoholic energy beverage' has been cancelled for unspecified reasons (the company says its prototype launch using high-altitude...
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In 2017, a 28-year-old law student named Lina Kahn turned the antitrust world on its ear with her Yale Law Review paper, Amazon's Antitrust Paradox, which showed how Ronald Reagan's antitrust policies, inspired by ideological extremists at the University of Chicago's...
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Thursday April 18, 2019. 10:48 PM
Matt Taibbi's (previously) latest Rolling Stone column traces the long history of rich Democrat donors and the officials whom they fund attacking progressive candidates, showing how the same playbook used to attack Dennis Kucinich in 2003 is now being rolled out to attack...
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Earlier today, Donald Trump's attorney general William Barr released this redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. * You can read the full text of the Mueller report...
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