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Wednesday November 15, 2017. 04:50 PM
Arcade Club, near Manchester in England, is Europe's biggest collection of classic games. Retromash went for a visit. Let’s cut to the chase. This place has over 250 arcade machines. Just take that in for a second. It’s the biggest arcade in Europe. I don’t know even...
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Pro-Mounts, a photography accessories company in Europe, makes a device called the Pro-lapse. It's a little €35 mount that slowly rotates, allowing the shooter to capture professional-quality time-lapse sequences. Coming with a locking plug, safety mount and antifog inserts,...
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Renee DiResta is part of an interdisciplinary group that has tracked disinformation campaigns online for years, advising the Obama White House on the use of social media to spread conspiracy theories; she helped brief Congress in advance of the current hearings on the use of ...
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Two leading European consumer groups -- the UK's Which? and Germany's Stiftung Warentest -- have published an advisory with the results of their lab tests on the security of kids' connected toys, warning that these toys are insecure and could allow strangers to listen in and ...
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The only way to survive on the battlefield of the web is to know your enemy as well as yourself, which is why ethical hackers play such a critical role in information security. To teach you how to think like your unseen opponents, we are offering the Super-Sized Ethical...
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Luke O'Brien writes about The Making of an American Nazi, Andrew Anglin. Founder of The Daily Stormer, Anglin is a white supremacist whose trolling morphed into abuse, threats and harassment as Trump's political fortunes (and his own bitcoin donations) rose. Now facing court ...
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Mother should I run for president? Mother should I trust the government? (more…)
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Lars Leber shot this timelapse of 'low clouds over Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs. Cheyenne Mountain is visible in the background.' (more…)
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Indiana’s Yellowwood State Forest is a scenic forest that Indiana's Department of Natural Resources put up for sale. But after conservationists gathered $150,000 to preserve the forest for another 100 years, the government sold it to a local logging company for $108,785....
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Walks in Rome is an interactive map project that updates and modernizies a famous 1870 guidebook of Rome by August Hare. (more…)
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Crown Candy is Kamau Bilal's short and loving look at a candy store that plans to stay put in its changing North St. Louis neighborhood. (more…)
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Looking like an iPhone rollout or creepy TED Talk, this sci-fi PSA from the group Stop Autonomous Weapons looks at a possible near future of autonomous drones trained to kill a specific human target. (more…)
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Some new vending machines in Japan are now dispensing 'Cute Cute Cat Christmas-chan headgear,' a set of holiday bonnets for cats, in plastic toy capsules, according to SoraNews24: As with all capsule toy offerings, the exact model you get is randomized. Luckily, with only...
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This charming line of sneaker-shaped candles and soap by Russian company What the Shape was surely created for 'the sneakerhead who has everything.' Each one measures a little over 5 inches long and costs $15. https://www.instagram.com/p/BbMPNDpnnh6/?taken-by=what_the_shape...
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The year 2016, and a public vote, brought us Boaty McBoatface, followed by Horsey McHorseface. Then, earlier this year, Trainy McTrainface pulled into the station. Now, there's a Ferry McFerryface. Australia's largest city Sydney asked its citizens to name the new passenger...
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British pastry chain Greggs, whose sausage rolls I can verify are a religious experience, has apologized after replacing the Lord our Christ with an enormous sausage roll in a Christmas ad campaign image. The stunt was apparently meant to be taken in a light-hearted way but...
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Australian voters overwhelmingly approved the introduction of same-sex marriage Tuesday, with 62% in agreement and 31% saying no. Nearly 79% of eligible voters mailed in a ballot. The outcome is a win for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, who called a referendum after the...
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Tuesday November 14, 2017. 09:53 PM
New York's Citicorp Tower was an architectural sensation when it opened in 1977. But then engineer William LeMessurier realized that its unique design left it dangerously vulnerable to high winds. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe the drama ...
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Dan of the Slow Mo Guys had never used a katana sword before, but he did a great job using it to slice 10 plastic bottles of water in half. He said it felt like he was slicing butter. (more…)
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