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Chrysler 300C: car review

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Huge, luxurious and preposterous... Chrysler's new 300C makes an impression - even on a farm in DevonPrice £35,995MPG 39.8Top speed 144mphSwaggering 20in chrome wheels, headlamps sparkling with LED mascara and a body so vast it bulges over the white lines of a supermarket parking space like John Candy in Speedos......
Chrysler 300C: car review

London 2012 opening ceremony: Danny can trust me to #savethesurprise

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The Olympics rehearsal was one hell of a spectacle. In this era of leaks and social media, I'm happy to keep its secretsThis morning my mother-in-law called from France eager to find out what the rehearsal for the Olympic Games opening ceremony had been like. "What were the sheep doing?"...
London 2012 opening ceremony: Danny can trust me to #savethesurprise

How To Sew Napkins and a Table Runner Home Hacks

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I'm trying to learn to sew. It isn't easy. Even sewing something as seemingly simple as some square napkins and a rectangular table runner challenges my patience, but a few weeks ago, as I watched my mother whip up these napkins and runner on my mother-in-law's old Singer, I thought,...
How To Sew Napkins and a Table Runner Home Hacks

Joystiq: Your mother-in-law is going to love Angry Birds Space

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Rovio's furious fowl have fought menacing swine on traditional battlefields, foreign fronts and even through seasonal holidays -- outer space was obviously the next logical step. In case you somehow haven't heard, Angry Birds Space sees casual gaming's most perturbed feathered heroes escaping terra firma to, as always, reclaim...
Joystiq: Your mother-in-law is going to love Angry Birds Space

Three Reasons Pinterest Is Great, According To David Pogue

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Pinterest is so hot that even New York Times gadget god David Pogue is talking about it. He likes it, and has three reasons for why it's been so successful: 1. "It’s pure, uncluttered and non-blinky. There are no ads, scrolling columns or pop-up anything." 2. Unlike Twitter or...
Three Reasons Pinterest Is Great, According To David Pogue

Favorite apps: 22 picks for iPhone, Android, Windows Phone

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One of the most popular segments on the GeekWire radio show and podcast is App of the Week, offering up a recommended download for your mobile device. In this special episode, we expand the concept to a full show, with a big rundown of our latest favorite apps. Sasha...
Favorite apps: 22 picks for iPhone, Android, Windows Phone

ViBe hits 500,000+ Android downloads in 6 months & readies customizable social media vibration alerts

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Smartphones these days can do all kinds of wonderful things – they can play music, broadcast TV, book taxis and publish blog posts. Oh, and they also enable us to make and receive telephone calls, lest we forget. Indeed, when your phone rings, the little LCD display is a great...
ViBe hits 500,000+ Android downloads in 6 months & readies customizable social media vibration alerts
Weekend Reading: The Apple Experience by Carmine Gallo [excerpt]

An Email Inbox That Knows Who's Important

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[ See post to watch video ] It’s shocking what you can learn from your own email inbox: You’re slow to reply to Mom, you’re losing touch with a close friend, and you and your spouse often discuss the same old topics. If only these revelations could be used to...
An Email Inbox That Knows Who's Important
Facebook adds new actions: running, walking, reading ... and maybe even making gobs of money

#Ridiculous, or why the French have renamed the hashtag: a play in no parts

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FADE IN: INT. L'Académie Française -- DUSK A group of forty immortels, dressed head-to-toe in YSL Rive Gauche robes en velour, are seated upon several dozen Maurizio Galante Mother-in-Law sofas. Saint Etienne's Good Humor can be heard playing the background as the soundtrack to their wordless debate. Forceful exhalations...
#Ridiculous, or why the French have renamed the hashtag: a play in no parts

Are you really paying for that paid content? A confession and scorecard

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Paying for online content was a funny idea back when Napster was a hero and no one had heard the word “paywall.” Now it seems that’s changed. Almost without noticing, I’ve gone from avoiding any paid online content to subscribing to quite a bit of it. Whether I’m actually paying...
Are you really paying for that paid content? A confession and scorecard

Why Moore's Law, not mobility, is killing the PC

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While rumors of the PC's demise are greatly exaggerated--an industry that moved more than 350 million units in 2012 is not "dead"--computers undoubtedly aren't selling as quickly as they once did. Analysts forecast PC sales to far exceed tablet sales for the foreseeable future, but the growth rate for...
Why Moore's Law, not mobility, is killing the PC

Solar power brings electricity to the homes of India's poor

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Entrepreneurs and not-for-profit organisations explore affordable ways to bring renewable energy to allIn the middle of the dense woodland near Sullia, a small town in southern India, there is one form of lighting for the poor and another for the rich: for the former, lamps burning kerosene, which has to...
Solar power brings electricity to the homes of India's poor

'Can You Turn It Off??' Sergey Brin's Mother-in-Law Flips Out in Google's Driverless Car

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Ms. Wojcicki (Photo: Flickr) At the TED conference in 2011, Google offered driverless car rides to attendees of the product’s launch party. In attendance was Esther Wojcicki, the mother of 23 and Me founder Anne Wojcicki and mother-in-law to Google cofounder Sergey Brin. Though being an in-law to a pair of...
'Can You Turn It Off??' Sergey Brin's Mother-in-Law Flips Out in Google's Driverless Car

Post-apocalyptic robot artist Mark Pauline attends White House ball

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Mark Pauline, the legendary founder of Survival Research Labs known for his pyrotechnic robot performance art, isn't the first person you'd expect to see in the same photo as Barack and Michelle Obama. But that's exactly what happened recently when Pauline and his wife Amy Critchett attended a ball...
Post-apocalyptic robot artist Mark Pauline attends White House ball
PSA: Upate The Nintendo Wii U (And Other Electronics) Before Christmas Morning

3 apps to help you avoid a Thanksgiving dinner disaster

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It’s 5 PM on Thanksgiving day and your guests are sitting down at the table, and suddenly you wonder, “Why is the turkey still a pale, sickly color after three hours of roasting?” You’re also pretty sure the sweet potatoes shouldn’t be turning black, and you’re starting to think the...
3 apps to help you avoid a Thanksgiving dinner disaster

Apple’s iPad: Hate The Player, Love Their Game

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The iPad is out. Some hate it. Some love it. I, for one, love what I have seen… but I love what it will do more. One of the arguments levelled at the iPad is what it lacks in terms of what is commonly understood to be a ‘computer’. To...
Apple’s iPad: Hate The Player, Love Their Game

H.Bloom's Co-Founder Is Allergic To Flowers And Its Top Paying Customers Spend Up To $500,000 Per Year

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We grabbed coffee this morning with H.Bloom co-founder and CEO, Bryan Burkhart. H.Bloom is a subscription ecommerce company that delivers flowers to thousands of customers on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis. The New York City startup was founded in February, 2010. Burkhart was formerly a software executive. After the...
H.Bloom's Co-Founder Is Allergic To Flowers And Its Top Paying Customers Spend Up To $500,000 Per Year
Oh, MacROSTIE!

How To Cook Frozen Fresh Pasta (Without a Stove!) Home Hacks

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Thanks to Faith (and her mother-in-law) we've been making pasta on end recently. It's been unusually cool here in the Midwest and knowing it wouldn't last long (and it didn't), we took advantage by nesting up our fresh pasta and stashing it away in the freezer. The best part?...
How To Cook Frozen Fresh Pasta (Without a Stove!) Home Hacks
Former Yahoo! COO Jeff Mallett Is Selling His Napa Valley Estate—Complete With Golf Course—For $17.5 Million

http://bestc.am/ASd8 My mother in law using an iPad for the first time. She never uses computers and took to this immediately. Farsi BBC.

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http://bestc.am/ASd8 My mother in law using an iPad for the first time. She never uses computers and took to this immediately. Farsi BBC.

Can a hologram Les Dawson tell 'em like he used to? | Brian Logan

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The deceased Dawson - and his gags - are being resurrected for a last show. But a hologram can't compare to the real thing'I saw six men beating up my mother-in-law," runs an old Les Dawson gag. "My neighbour said, 'Aren't you going to help?' I said, 'No, six should...
Can a hologram Les Dawson tell 'em like he used to? | Brian Logan

A room of my own: Anna Chancellor

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The actor shows us her living room, complete with her daughter's reminder of her role as Hugh Grant's jilted brideIt strikes you, after stepping into Anna Chancellor's myrrh-scented Acton home, that there is a noticeable absence of anything pertaining to who lives there. With the exception of one picture of...
A room of my own: Anna Chancellor

6 Charts That Reveal The Truth About Pinterest's Crazy Growth

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Pinterest, the social media phenomenon, has been cagey about revealing any internal data. RJMetrics, a business intelligence software company, got tired of waiting. It wrote a script and analyzed random Pinterest user data.  All in, about 1 million pins were examined. RJMetrics found a few things worth highlighting: Pinterest...
6 Charts That Reveal The Truth About Pinterest's Crazy Growth
Apple, Google fall off list of America's 20 most-trusted companies

Another Thoughtful Personal Essay: Fragile

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The post Another Thoughtful Personal Essay: Fragile appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog.You know that phenomenon that happens – right after you first notice a pattern, you then start seeing it everywhere? Well, here’s another wonderful personal essay, again by a young(er) author (Nathan Kontny) involved in the tech...
Another Thoughtful Personal Essay: Fragile

Sometimes, mother-in-laws top hard statistics

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(Editor’s note: Jeff Bussgang is a General Partner at Flybridge Capital Partners. This column originally appeared on his blog Seeing Both Sides.) I’ll never forget my first marketing class at business school.  Our professor peered at us with an intense glare as he pushed back on our standard, “chip shot”...
Sometimes, mother-in-laws top hard statistics
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