Category Archives: Science and Technology

Internet

Google offers rewards for reported Chromium vulnerabilities. $500 for a normal one, $1337 (very droll Google) for a particularly clever one. Make a good part time job for some folks I would imagine. I’ve switched to Chromium myself for a … Continue reading

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Science

Sounds of the Antartic ocean, live. Eerie and sort of what my imagnation thinks it would sound like floating through space..

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Computers

Whilst most of the talk in the tech world is about a certain companies (probably) imminent ‘slate’, other companies are doing interesting stuff as well. Like the Lenov Ideapad U1.

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Science

EADS Astrium develops space power concept. Space based solar arrays are not a new idea but it is interesting to see them starting to look more than a theory. However Astrium is looking to build something “..in the order of … Continue reading

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Internet

Someone has decided that the world needs an emoticon for sarcasm – enter the SarcMark. To be honest I thought < sarcasm >…< /sarcasm > was often used or more recently just /s at the end of a sentence? So … Continue reading

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Technology

Is 2010 going to be the year of the 3D TV. Seems optimistic to me…

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Internet

YouTube under porn attack in the name of the King. Those cheeky 4Chan skamps…

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Computers

Fairly typical anti-game article – These videogames are not art. They are extreme pornography “Does ‘killing’ a prostituted woman in Grand Theft Auto just reconfirm to a gamer the ‘lesser value’ of women in prostitution generally?” No evidence provided to … Continue reading

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Why James Chartrand Wears Women’s Underpants. “Taking a man’s name opened up a new world. It helped me earn double and triple the income of my true name, with the same work and service.” Not a surprising story I guess … Continue reading

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Science

Coffee doesn’t sober you up. Apparently the caffine just leaves you more alert and less likely to think you are drunk.

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