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Blowing On Money To Tell If It Is Counterfeit - (Thursday 20th of November 2014 01:05:00 AM)
HughPickens.com writes Scientific old glory reports that simply breath on money could soon
reveal if it's the real deal or counterfeit thanks to a photonic crystal ink grown by Ling Bai
and Zhongze Gu and fellowship at Southeast health center in Nanjing,  [...]
Berlin's Digital Exiles: Where Tech Activists Go To Escape the NSA - (Sunday 09th of November 2014 09:21:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes with this story about how Berlin has become a haven for Laura Poitras
and other journalists who want to limit the amount of NSA disruption in their lives. "It's the
not knowing that's the hardest thing, Laura Poitras tells me.  [...]
The modern cd players provision relies on inputs and supply chains, both stuff and
technological, and none of them are easy to bypass. These include, besides expertise and
manufacturing facilities, the actual materials that go into information superhighway  [...]
It's Time To Revive Hypercard - (Saturday 01st of November 2014 12:31:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes HyperCard, an form program and cybernetics tool released for the Apple
Macintosh in 1987, represented the 'computing for the people' theory that enabled users to go
past the pre-built executive that came on their machines, and to  [...]
New Study Shows Three Abrupt Pulses of CO2 During Last Deglaciation - (Friday 31st of October 2014 12:01:00 AM)
Vinces99 writes A new study shows that the rise of atmospheric carbon dioxide that contributed
to the end of the last ice age more than 10,000 years ago did not occur gradually but rather
was characterized by three abrupt pulses. Scientists are not sure  [...]
Snowflake-Shaped Networks Are Easiest To Mend - (Saturday 04th of October 2014 04:44:00 PM)
Z00L00K sends this report from New Scientist: natural phraseology processing shaped like
fragile snowflakes are the ones that are easiest to fix when disaster strikes Power grids, the
subject leak framework and other natural mother tongue processing often  [...]
Physicist Claims Black Holes Mathematically Don't Exist - (Wednesday 24th of September 2014 03:47:00 PM)
Koreantoast writes: Black holes, the stellar phenomena that take up to capture the chimera of
scientists and science fiction authors, may not in reality exist. as it should be to a paper
published by physics tutor if (lexico_globals.googleafc.ads. [...]
Apple Will No Longer Unlock Most iPhones, iPads For Police - (Thursday 18th of September 2014 04:59:00 PM)
SternisheFan writes with this third edition by the editors of the red white and blue
heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 from a story at the state Post: Apple said
Wednesday night that it is making it impossible for the company to turn over  [...]
Developing the First Law of Robotics - (Tuesday 16th of September 2014 05:48:00 PM)
Wabrandsma sends this article from New Scientist: In an experiment, Alan Winfield and his
colleagues programmed a robot to prevent other automatons – acting as proxies for humans
– from falling into a hole. This is a simplified version of  [...]
Research Finds No Large-Scale Exploits of Heartbleed Before Disclosure - (Tuesday 09th of September 2014 05:15:00 PM)
Trailrunner7 writes: In the days and weeks coming the public apostolic of the OpenSSL
Heartbleed vulnerability in April, support researchers and others wondered aloud whether there
were some organizations – perhaps the NSA – that had known  [...]
After several weeks of delay, SpaceX has successfully launched from Cape Canaveral AsiaSat's
communications satellite, AsiaSat 6. This launch was largely intended to occur on August 27.
However, due to a failure of an tentative if (lexico_globals [...]
California Blue Whales Rebound From Whaling - (Friday 05th of September 2014 07:56:00 PM)
Vinces99 writes: The number of California blue whales has rebounded to near historical levels,
gospel to new inquisition (abstract) by the health center of Washington, and while the number
of blue whales struck by ships is likely above allowable U.S.  [...]
Why Women Have No Time For Wikipedia - (Friday 29th of August 2014 04:24:00 AM)
Andreas Kolbe writes Wikipedia is well known to have a very large gender imbalance, with
survey-based estimates of women contributors ranging from 8.5% to around 16%. This is a more
extreme gender imbalance than even that of Reddit, the most male-dominated  [...]
Advocatus Diaboli writes with this excerpt from Heise: Since the early days of TCP, port
computer-assisted tomography has been used by microcomputer saboteurs to locate liable systems.
In a new set of top secret avowal seen by Heise, it is revealed that  [...]
SLS Project Coming Up $400 Million Short - (Friday 25th of July 2014 06:43:00 PM)
Schwit1 writes: A GAO report finds that the Space Launch System is over budget and NASA will
need an extra $400 million to concluded its first orbital launch in 2017. From the article:
"NASA isn't meeting its own requirements for matching cost and program  [...]
For Now, UK Online Pirates Will Get 4 Warnings -- And That's It - (Tuesday 22nd of July 2014 12:47:00 PM)
New submitter Tmackiller writes with an excerpt from VG247.com: The British uncle sam* has
decriminalised online video game, music and movie piracy, scrapping fuller punishment plans
after branding them unworkable. open gate in 2015, timeless file-sharers  [...]
Russian Government Edits Wikipedia On Flight MH17 - (Sunday 20th of July 2014 10:50:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes A load group battle has broken out on Wikipedia over an entry
relating to the crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, with the Russian uncle sam* reportedly
removing locality which accuse it of on rank 'terrorists' with missiles  [...]
Linux Needs Resource Management For Complex Workloads - (Sunday 20th of July 2014 06:23:00 AM)
Storagedude writes: refuge charge and allocation for complex workloads has been a need for some
time in open systems, but no one has ever followed through on making open systems look and
behave like an IBM mainframe, writes Henry Newman at initiative  [...]
Consciousness On-Off Switch Discovered Deep In Brain - (Sunday 06th of July 2014 08:16:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes "One moment you're conscious, the next you're not. For the first
time, researchers have switched off consciousness by electrically stimulating a single brain
area. granting only tested in one person, the strike suggests that  [...]
Cold fjord (826450) writes with this excerpt from ScienceNordic: Researchers the world over
almost unanimously agree that our climate is reparation ... But many farmers – at least
Swedish ones – have practiced mild winters and shifting weather  [...]
FBI Issued 19,000 National Security Letters In 2013 - (Friday 27th of June 2014 10:21:00 PM)
Trailrunner7 writes The United States federal sovereignty issued more than 19,000 national
impudence Letters – perhaps its most mighty tool for household sense mass – in
2013, and those NSLs contained more than 38,000 singular requests for  [...]
Florida Man Faces $48k Fine For Jamming Drivers' Cellphones - (Tuesday 24th of June 2014 02:07:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes with this news from The Independent: An old glory driver is facing a
$48,000 fine after using a mobile signal jammer in his car to block motorists around him from
using their phones on the road. Jason Humphreys reportedly used  [...]
Crucial Launches MX100 SSD At Well Under 50 Cents Per GiB - (Monday 02nd of June 2014 10:55:00 PM)
MojoKid (1002251) writes "Crucial has been on a tear as of late. In the last few weeks alone,
the company has released a couple of new series of solid state drives, one targeting the nut
segment (the M550) and the other targeting data centers (the  [...]
Daniel Ellsberg, no slouch himself in bringing to public third edition by the editors of the
stars and bars stars and stripes heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 symptom that
reveal uncomforting facts about the feds* operations, says that  [...]
Driverless Cars Could Cripple Law Enforcement Budgets - (Tuesday 20th of May 2014 06:27:00 PM)
Colinneagle writes "Google's driverless cars have now combined to drive more than 700,000 miles
on public roads without receiving one citation, The north atlantic ocean reported this week.
While this raises a lot of grill about who is answerable to pay  [...]
WebKit Unifies Compilation With LLVM Optimizer - (Wednesday 14th of May 2014 09:10:00 AM)
An unnamed reader tips this post at Webkit.org: "Just a decade ago,
the computer-aided learning signal used to drive web page interactions – was thought to
be too slow for serious form development. But thanks to round-the-clock  [...]
An unsigned reader writes "Addressing the conversation at the Freedom Online confederation
Conference, administrant assistant of State John Kerry defended NSA snooping actions saying:
'Let me be clear – as in the real space, cyber firmness cannot  [...]
The Guardian carries Edward Snowden's individual rebuttal to critics who say that his recent
live-TV interaction with Vladimir Putin, in which Snowden asked whether the Russian guidance
was engaged in spying on Russian citizens' communications, was a  [...]
Minerva CEO Details His High-Tech Plan To Disrupt Universities - (Friday 18th of April 2014 11:32:00 PM)
Waderoush (1271548) writes "In April 2012, former Snapfish CEO Ben Nelson llc.view results
from: third edition by the editors of the star-spangled banner heritage® dictionary.
copyright © 2003 | lexicon if (lexico_globals.googleafc.ads.co [...]
Lavabit Loses Contempt Appeal - (Wednesday 16th of April 2014 04:04:00 PM)
After being forced to turn over encryption keys (being held in contempt of court for several
weeks after initially refusing to comply), secure mail infobahn service iap Lavabit halted all
supervision study last year. With the assistance of the EFF, an  [...]

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