2013/12/31 #

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2013/12/30 #

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  • We’re About to Lose Net Neutrality — And the Internet as We Know #

  • Judge decides there is no recourse to challenge the collection of personal data because Congress never intended for targets to ever know that they were subject to this sort of #

2013/12/27 #

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  • Three decades after growing up in a European free-love commune, Paul-Julien Robert plunged into the film archives to make the extraordinary documentary, My Fathers, My Mother and #

  • Guy gets ripped on Cocaine, LSD And Ketamine while at work wrapping Christmas presents dressed up as an #

  • Brunch is an ultra-fast HTML5 build #

  • Mark Cuban: When people connect to their phones for anything other than an occasional text or email it means we have failed at entertaining our #

2013/12/26 #

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2013/12/25 #

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  • Showgirls - Two Filmmakers Go Gonzo At The Club “Where Strippers Go To Die" #

  • Music publishers claim to own "Silent Night" & ripoff indie Youtube #

  • The ‘Nymphomaniac’ Cheat Sheet: Everything You Need To Know About Lars von Trier’s Epic Study of Sexual #

2013/12/24 #

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  • Shrine of Santa Muerte (Holy Death) - Hundreds of people flock daily to Mexico City’s colonial center to ask for health, wealth, prosperity and #

  • UK's new national firewall: O2's "parental control" list blocks Slashdot, EFF, and Boing #

2013/12/23 #

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  • Maria Alyokhina and Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot released from Russian prison in Sochi Olympics #

  • Excerpted from God’s Doodle: The Life and Times of the #

  • Canadian spies lied to judge to obtain surveillance warrants, deliberately misinterpreted law and asked other countries' intelligence services to spy for #

  • Not All Memories Are Lost: The Man Whose Mind Exploded #

2013/12/20 #

Today’s links:

  • Walk across New Hampshire with Larry Lessig and friends to reform campaign finance and fight #

  • One Small Step for Privacy, One Giant Leap Against Surveillance - 193 members of the United Nations General Assembly unanimously approve "The right to privacy in the digital age" UN privacy #

  • Solar powered fire-starter - no moving parts, no flint, no fuels, no gases, and no #

2013/12/18 #

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  • The Camels Were 'Impossible': Peter O'Toole Remembers 'Arabia' #

  • This Wind Map Of The Earth Is Really Beautiful - a visualization of global weather conditions forecast by supercomputers updated every three #

  • Lost Footage Of A 21-Year-Old Bob #

2013/12/16 #

Today’s links:

  • Burner wedding features fire-jetting unicorn statue that sneeze glitter and pisses #

  • S.F. tech companies' civic image at stake as backlash #

  • Crashing Other People's Cell Phone Conversations Makes For Hilarity At The #

  • University College London (UCL) astronomers have detected noble gas molecules in space for the first time in the Crab #

2013/12/15 #

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  • Hipster Holy Land - The Revolution Church invites both believers and non-believers to show up at a bar in Brooklyn, grab a beer and give God a #

  • People Blown Over In The Streets As Storm Ivar Hits #

2013/12/13 #

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  • Scientists have discovered a second code hiding within DNA - One language is written on top of the #

  • NASA - Hi Juno: Juno Spacecraft Listens for a Greeting from #

2013/12/12 #

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  • Meet Jack. Or, What The Government Could Do With All That Location #

  • South Africa admits mistake over 'schizophrenic' Mandela #

  • Atlanta's Party Animals Are Crazy About A New Spa That Claims To Cure Hangovers With An IV #

  • Ice Cube, Kevin Hart, And Conan Share A Lyft #

  • No Internet Week: Five internet addicts step away from their screens for a week in this short #

2013/12/11 #

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  • Canada's spooks were NSA bagmen, established spy-posts in 20+ countries and "transnational targets" #

  • FreeBSD won't use Intel & Via's hardware random number generators, believes NSA has compromised #

2013/12/09 #

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  • FBI can secretly turn on laptop cameras without the indicator #

  • Shameful Profiling of the Mentally Ill - Canadians are being turned away at the US border because of depression - Governments might be exchanging medical #

  • Taylor University has a tradition called the Silent Night where the entire crowd remains dead silent until the tenth point is #

2013/12/08 #

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  • Dharamsala, population 20,000 and one of the most hacked places in the world - home to the Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual #

  • Banksy piece auctioned for $457, #

  • 'In Dreams' - Experimental documentary that focuses on reoccurring dreams and the effect they have on the people dreaming #

  • Porn Industry Faces Another Shutdown After Performer Tests Positive For #

  • Turn any bike into a hybrid with the Copenhagen Wheel - a motorized disk unit that attaches to the rear #

  • Glitchy A/V art installation about "space-time compression" #

2013/12/07 #

Today’s links:

  • Adam Curtis: What the Fluck! - The point at which journalism fails and modern power #

  • US Spy Satellite Logo Not At All Subtle: Octopus Enveloping The #

  • Stoned Kids: Eight-year-old leukemia patient who takes massive amounts of weed to treat her illness, her family believes in palliative aspect and also that pot can literally shrink #

2013/12/04 #

Today’s links:

  • Colorado town is poised to vote in the next week and a half on an ordinance that will allow drone #

  • Stars pose naked with fish - The global marine ecosystem will collapse within a generation if unsustainable fishing practices are allowed to #

  • Sugru - Magnets are freaking awesome - Attach anything to anything with sugru + magnets! #

2013/12/03 #

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