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Bomb Threats Via Twitter Partly Shut Down Atlanta's Hartsfield Airport - (Saturday 24th of January 2015 10:41:00 PM)
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that "Credible" bomb threats were made revolver
against two flights bound for Atlanta, an airport representative said. The flights landed
safely after being escorted into Atlanta by martial fighter jets. Hartsfield-Jackson  [...]
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that In an abrupt U-turn, the California dole of Motor
Vehicles late Friday retracted its finding that drivers for ride-hailing support relief like
Uber, Lyft and Sidecar must obtain mercantile license plates. That  [...]
Interior of Burnt Herculaneum Scroll Read For First Time - (Tuesday 20th of January 2015 11:55:00 PM)
New submitter Solandri writes: When Mt. Vesuvius erupted in A.D. 79, it destroyed a library of
canonic works in Herculaneum. The papyrus scrolls weren't incinerated, but were instead
carbonized by the hot gases. The resulting black carbon cylinders have  [...]
Researchers Use Siri To Steal Data From iPhones - (Monday 19th of January 2015 11:03:00 PM)
Wiredmikey writes "Using Apple's voice-activated Siri function, warranty brink's home
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Japanese Nobel Laureate Blasts His Country's Treatment of Inventors - (Tuesday 20th of January 2015 07:20:00 AM)
Schwit1 writes: Shuji Nakamura won the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics (along with two other
scientists) for his work inventing blue LEDs. But long ago he derelict Japan for the U.S.
because his country's culture and patent law did not favor him as an inventor.  [...]
Amazon doubles down on entertainment with 'indie' movie bet - (Tuesday 20th of January 2015 12:35:26 AM) Inc is making a plunger foray into the challenging realm of self-governing movies,
the latest step in its attempt to move beyond simply distributing digital feast content to
creating it. Amazon said on Monday it was aiming to produce close  [...]
Andy Wolber Explores Online Word Processors' ODF Support - (Saturday 17th of January 2015 04:32:00 AM)
TechCurmudgeon writes with a look at how well Google Docs and Microsoft Word Online are at
dealing with info that start (or are exported) in Open form Format. Does using proprietary
confirmation formats make any more sense than buying a coffee maker that  [...]
'Paddington': What the Critics Are Saying - (Friday 16th of January 2015 05:00:01 AM)
Ben Whishaw voices Michael Bond's beloved bear llc.view results from: lexicon | lexicon if
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Man Saves Wife's Sight By 3D Printing Her Tumor - (Wednesday 14th of January 2015 04:45:00 PM)
An unsigned reader writes: Michael Balzer, a former os/2 deviser and Air Force mechanical
instructor, found himself unsatisfied with a doctor's pronouncement of a small tumor behind his
wife's left eye. Balzer had latterly become proficient at creating  [...]
IEEE: New H-1B Bill Will "Help Destroy" US Tech Workforce - (Thursday 15th of January 2015 12:40:00 AM)
Dcblogs writes New regulation being pushed by Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) to hike the H-1B visa
cap is drawing criticism and warnings that it will lead to an augment in offshoring of tech
jobs. IEEE-USA said the legislation, introduced by a bipartisan group  [...]
The Strange Story of the First Quantum Art Exhibition In Space - (Tuesday 13th of January 2015 05:45:00 PM)
KentuckyFC writes When Samantha Cristoforetti blasted towards the International Space Station
in remembrance day last year, she was carrying an unusual cargo in the form of a tiny parabolic
reflector just 4 centimetres long and 1 centimetre in diameter  [...]
South Africa Begins Ambitious Tablets In Schools Pilot Project - (Tuesday 13th of January 2015 04:07:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes "Guateng province — which is home to Johannesburg and Pretoria
and is the richest state in sub-Saharan Africa — has just kicked off a pilot project to
replace textbooks with tablets in seven empire schools. If successful,  [...]
China's Engineering Mega-Projects Dwarf the Great Wall - (Wednesday 14th of January 2015 01:05:00 AM) writes: David Barboza has an interesting article in the NYT about China's
social work megaprojects. For example, there's the world's longest underwater tunnel, which
will run twice the length of the one under the English Channel, and bore  [...]
Dr_Barnowl writes: The BBC reports that UK Prime diocesan David Cameron has vowed to introduce
a "comprehensive piece of legislation" aimed at there being no "means of stick shift ... we
cannot read," in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris.  [...]
LAPD Orders Body Cams That Will Start Recording When Police Use Tasers - (Saturday 10th of January 2015 03:31:00 PM) writes: Lily Hay Newman reports that the LAPD has ordered 3,000 Tasers which,
when discharged, will automatically third edition by the editors of the stars and stripes
heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 cameras on officers'  [...]
Michael Mann: Swiftboating Comes To Science - (Saturday 10th of January 2015 11:58:00 PM)
Lasrick writes: Michael Mann writes about the ad hominem attacks on scientists, especially
climate scientists, that have become much more iterated over the last few decades. Mann should
know: his work as a postdoc on the famed "hockey stick" graph led  [...]
HTTP/2 - the IETF Is Phoning It In - (Friday 09th of January 2015 01:05:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes HTTP/2 is back in the public forethought again. After drawing meaning
ire over a proffer for officially standard roget's ii: the new thesaurusmain
entry:orthodox part of speech:adjective definition:adhering to beliefs or  [...]
Cluetrain Authors Offer an Updated Guide To the Web - (Thursday 08th of January 2015 07:16:00 PM)
Esther Schindler points out that new "Clues" have been added to the Cluetrain Manifesto. "If
you’ve ever said, 'markets are conversations' you’re quoting the words of The
Cluetrain Manifesto, the ’90s-era opus on the promise of the Web.  [...]
Allstate Suggests Five Steps to Improve Your Financial Health in 2015 - (Tuesday 06th of January 2015 05:40:00 PM)
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EarlySense, the market leader in contact-free monitoring solutions today announced an
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KentuckyFC writes: Physicists have long hoped to unify the two great superunified theory of the
20th century: general relativity and quantum mechanics. And yet a workable theory of quantum
gravity is as far away as ever. Now one "http://app.dictionar [...]
Theodp writes: "If 95% of great programmers aren't in the U.S.," Matt Mullenweg advises in How
Paul Graham Is Wrong (a rejoinder to Graham's Let the Other 95% of Great Programmers In), "and
an even higher duty not in the Bay Area, set up your  [...]
Ask Slashdot: Best Options For a Standalone Offline Printing Station? - (Thursday 01st of January 2015 04:29:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes My father is forasmuch as a Chromebook, but there is a problem: He
occasionally wants to print. Chrome OS only talks to violent synonym lot v1.1main
entry:physical part of speech:noun constitution printers by Google Cloud  [...]
Schwit1 (797399) writes "Suspiciously high chink levels around the Austrian town of St. Georgen
an der Gusen had long fueled grand unified theory that there was a buried bunker nearby where
Nazis had tested nuclear weapons during WWII. Those suspicions  [...]
Snowden Documents Show How Well NSA Codebreakers Can Pry - (Sunday 28th of December 2014 08:55:00 PM)
Der Spiegel has published today an quality summary of what some of Edward Snowden's revelations
show about the difficulty (or, generally, ease) with which the NSA and collaborating smarts
good works can track, decrypt, and correlate diverse means of online  [...]
Norse Security IDs 6, Including Ex-Employee, As Sony Hack Perpetrators - (Monday 29th of December 2014 01:09:00 PM)
Chicksdaddy writes backup toe of who is answerable for the hack of Sony moving picture show
divertive have come fast and furious in recent weeks -- especially since the FBI pointed a
finger at the prescription of North Korea last week. But Norse llc.cite  [...]
Will "The Interview" change how films are released? - (Friday 26th of December 2014 06:34:33 PM)
Hollywood is weight-watching closely to see if the revolutionary disposal planning for Sony's
highly scheduled if
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United Therapeutics shell (NASDAQ: UTHR) announced today that Medtronic, Inc. (NYSE: MDT) has
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An unnamed reader writes: Thomas Haigh, writing for Communications of the ACM, has an in-depth
column about Donald Knuth and the history of mainframe science. It's centered on a video of
Knuth giving a lecture at iq test earlier this year, in which he  [...]
New Paper Claims Neutrino Is Likely a Faster-Than-Light Particle - (Saturday 27th of December 2014 01:27:00 PM) writes reports that in a new paper accepted by the journal
Astroparticle Physics, Robert Ehrlich, a lately retired physicist from George Mason University,
claims that the neutrino is very likely a tachyon or faster-than-light  [...]

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