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DailyDirt: No Refrigeration Necessary...?

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For centuries, people didn't have convenient refrigeration for storing food for long periods of time. Nowadays, we take refrigerators for granted and keep things in them even when it's not necessary. Here are just a few cool examples of ways to avoid eating spoiled food. There's a prototype for a...
DailyDirt: No Refrigeration Necessary...?

If AI Means The End Of Us, Maybe That's Okay

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For a while now I have been wanting to write an essay or even a book with the title, "The Last of Our Kind," looking ahead to a time when machines become more intelligent than humans and/or humans incorporate so much digital technology that they become post-biological creatures, indistinguishable from...
If AI Means The End Of Us, Maybe That's Okay

BlackBerry's response to Samsung's SAFE Knox for enterprise: 'We've been doing that since 1999'

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With Samsung stepping on Blackberry's enterprise turf via its SAFE with Knox launch, it's not too surprising the Canadian outfit has a few choice words on the subject. We spoke with mobile computing Executive VP David J. Smith, who finds it "flattering" that Samsung is taking a similar interest...
BlackBerry's response to Samsung's SAFE Knox for enterprise: 'We've been doing that since 1999'

Hey Rocket Internet, your wooden furniture supplier is looking for you. Something about late payments.

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We break a lot of news about German startup incubator Rocket Internet around here (case in point: its Southeast Asia-focused Zappos clone ZALORA just landed investment from JP Morgan), which is apparently drawing attention from…its wooden furniture supplier. This message just hit my inbox (only slightly redacted): Dear Robin, Hello,...
Hey Rocket Internet, your wooden furniture supplier is looking for you. Something about late payments.

Web exposes Burger King employee standing on lettuce

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A Burger King employee thinks it's funny to stand in two containers of the company's lettuce and then post the picture online. He or she hadn't counted on 4Chan's ingenuity. [Read more]...
Web exposes Burger King employee standing on lettuce

Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

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Readers react to a proposal for a longer school year and day.    ...
Letters: Sunday Dialogue: A New School Schedule?

This iPhone App Turns The World Into A Real-Life Treasure Hunt

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All I've ever wanted is to be Indiana Jones, so when I heard about geocaching it caught my attention. Geocaching is an activity that makes use of a GPS device to find containers hidden outdoors. It's a real-life treasure hunt without being chased and shot at. There are over 1...
This iPhone App Turns The World Into A Real-Life Treasure Hunt

Good stuff right here on @ReelSEO! An Overview of Internet Video File Formats - Video Containers http://bit.ly/9GReGm #onlinevideo

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Good stuff right here on @ReelSEO! An Overview of Internet Video File Formats - Video Containers http://bit.ly/9GReGm #onlinevideo

Weekly Poll: What Companies Will Be at the Top of the Cloud in the Next 5 Years

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We take a look at the future of cloud computing services this week. We want to know: What companies do you think will be at the top of the cloud world in five years? This past week, we had 93 people respond to the question: 'Is There A Place For...
Weekly Poll: What Companies Will Be at the Top of the Cloud in the Next 5 Years

BENDLAY 3D Is A Bendable Printing Filament That You Can Use To Make Clear, Flexible Straps And Bands

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Kai Parthy is a German engineer who creates odd printing filaments for 3D printers. His previous projects, LayWoo-d3 and Laybrick, are two non-warping plastics that offer wood and brick-like consistencies when extruded. Oddly, LayWoo-d3 actually smells like wood when printed. Now he’s created a bendable printing filament called BENDLAY...
BENDLAY 3D Is A Bendable Printing Filament That You Can Use To Make Clear, Flexible Straps And Bands

1000memories Launches Shoeboxes, Photo Storage and Collaboration

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Out in my garage, my family has tub after tub of old photographs that we never see. The problem with it all is that they are so disorganized, that we never get to see them, yet there are so many photographs, that’s all we want to do. For the last...
1000memories Launches Shoeboxes, Photo Storage and Collaboration

Reading Dashboard containers - new set of microformats embedded in each dashboard’s page http://post.ly/Sl6J

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Reading Dashboard containers - new set of microformats embedded in each dashboard’s page http://post.ly/Sl6J

Video: Facebook Pranksterism Triumphs Over Local Morning News Team

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People reporting on the effect of social media often produce results reminiscent of science studies about coffee: One report will note that while it's ostensibly been viewed as being detrimental to one's health, the latest revelation tells us that it is actually beneficial, and vice versa. Social media is just...
Video: Facebook Pranksterism Triumphs Over Local Morning News Team

UPS Aims to Reduce Dangers of Cargo-Plane Fires

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UPS disclosed it has developed and is testing several new technologies, including a new class of fire-retardant containers to hold packages, that promise to keep fires from raging inside the bellies of cargo jets....
UPS Aims to Reduce Dangers of Cargo-Plane Fires

DARPA unveils plans for undersea payloads that surface on command

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DARPA already intends to set a drone ship out to sea, and now it's revealed plans for undersea payloads that lie dormant for years and launch themselves to the surface when remotely commanded. Dubbed Upward Falling Payloads, the containers will carry non-lethal cargo such as small UAVs or networking...
DARPA unveils plans for undersea payloads that surface on command
DARPA program hides care packages at the bottom of the ocean floor

Microsoft’s Data Centers Take a Page From Henry Ford

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Microsoft recently outlined its plan for data centers as it begins its expansion into cloud services with its Azure platform, and the software company’s emphasis on commodity gear and modular components hearkens back to Henry Ford’s first production line. Much like Ford said that customers could have “any color so long...
Microsoft’s Data Centers Take a Page From Henry Ford

Netflix launches new tech support site, uses Microsoft Silverlight as a problem poster child

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Streaming video and DVD rental site Netflix has launched a new support site for its service, providing an official place for users to find information about technical problems. Funny enough, the official blog post uses glitches with Microsoft’s Silverlight app framework as a poster child for issues that its users...
Netflix launches new tech support site, uses Microsoft Silverlight as a problem poster child

The Telegraph goes behind a paywall in the UK, free online access now restricted to 20 articles a month

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The Telegraph goes behind a paywall in the UK, free online access now restricted to 20 articles a month

Anti-Flash brigade adds Scribd and Wistia to its ranks

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“We are scrapping three years of Flash development and betting the company on HTML5,” Scribd CTO Jared Friedman told TechCrunch, “because we believe HTML5 is a dramatically better reading experience than Flash. Now any document can become a Web page.” In addition, video-sharing site Wistia reports a high demand for...
Anti-Flash brigade adds Scribd and Wistia to its ranks

66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home: In Containers, Without a Garden : Planet Green

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66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home: In Containers, Without a Garden : Planet Green

Review: BestCrypt lives up to its name with excellent features

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When you name your program BestCrypt, it had better be the best, or something closely approximating it. Well, if BestCrypt isn't the most versatile or best encryption software out there, both the U.S. government and I are barking up the wrong tree. It's full-featured, super stable, fast...and expensive. Add...
Review: BestCrypt lives up to its name with excellent features

IFTTT raises $7 million Series A to connect your content on the web

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IFTTT, the platform that allows users to connect their content and make sense of the disjointed web, announced Thursday that it raised a $7 million Series A funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz and with participation from NEA and Lerer Ventures. Andreessen partner John O’Farrell, who will be joining the board...
IFTTT raises $7 million Series A to connect your content on the web

Make Sure You Drink Enough Water With These Free Apps [Android]

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It is easy to forget to drink enough, especially in winter time, and especially if you’re not very physically active (no offense, I’m just being frank here). But it is important to take in enough water, both for weight loss and just for your general well-being, energy level, and more....
Make Sure You Drink Enough Water With These Free Apps [Android]
Susan Kare returns to the stand: Samsung's designs were a choice, 'not a requirement'
Google Drive document lists go down, then come back up
'Lego Axle Sorter' is a mesmerizing miniature feat of mechanical engineering

Google Slashes Storage Prices: Still no GDrive

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Google announced today that it's dropping its pricing on Google Cloud Storage and its integration with several enterprise storage offerings. Google's updated pricing scheme puts it roughly in line with Amazon's S3, but what else does Google have to offer except a new pricing scheme? I spoke to Google's product...
Google Slashes Storage Prices: Still no GDrive

Twitter's dilemma: We own our tweets, but it still wants to control them

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As we and others have reported, Twitter was recently forced by a court decision to give up information about a user who was involved in the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York, including the user’s tweets. The company tried to argue that the protester in question owned the content...
Twitter's dilemma: We own our tweets, but it still wants to control them
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