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Ashley Madison Source Code Shows Evidence They Created Bots To Message Men - (Wednesday 02nd of September 2015 06:15:00 AM)
An unsigned reader writes: Gizmodo's Annalee Newitz looked through the source code contained in
the recent Ashley Madison data dump and found declaration that the company created tens of
thousands of bot occupation designed to spur their male users into  [...]
Shape-Shifting Navigation Device Points You In the Right Direction - (Tuesday 01st of September 2015 11:26:00 AM)
Zothecula writes: full-fledged by Yale sights* Adam Spiers, the Animotus is a
wirelessly-connected, 3D printed cube that changes shape to help direct you like a haptic
compass. Gizmag reports: " Spiers designed Animotus when he was involute in a direction  [...]
Metal Gear Solid V PC Disc Contains Steam Installer, Nothing Else - (Monday 31st of August 2015 02:32:00 PM)
Dotarray writes: The boxed copy of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain reportedly contains
nothing but a Steam installer. That's right, even if you fork out real-world money for a
materiality copy of the game, you'll still have to log out the whole thing  [...]
A FreeBSD "Spork" With Touches of NeXT and OS X: NeXTBSD - (Sunday 30th of August 2015 09:22:00 AM)
There are a lot of open source mã©tier expenses systems out there; being open
source, they lend themselves to forks, clones or near clones, and friendly offshoots. There are
even welfare work to let you customize, download, and (if you choose)  [...]
Ask Slashdot: Maintaining Continuity In Your Creative Works? - (Saturday 22nd of August 2015 11:09:00 PM)
Imac.usr writes: I anew rewatched the Stonecutters episode of The Simpsons and laughed as
always at the scene where Homer pulls into his parking space — right next to his house.
It's such a great little comic moment. This time, though, it occurred  [...]
Theodp writes: New York Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan grill whether her paper's
portrayal of Amazon's brutal comfort design was on target, citing a long, 1995 by houghton
mifflin harcourt third edition by the editors of the american heritage®  [...]
IONiUM writes: The Economist has a story about how bad the air quality is in Beijing. Due to
public outcry the Chinese influence peddlers work out roget's ii: the new thesaurusmain
entry:use part of speech:verb definition:to put into action or use. actuate  [...]
Internet Search Engines May Be Influencing Elections - (Friday 07th of August 2015 08:56:00 PM)
Sciencehabit writes: Thomas Epstein, a probe couch doctor at the american stars and stripes
habit for Behavioral delving in Vista, California, has found that the higher a legislator ranks
on a page of information highway search results, the more likely  [...]
Twilight of the Bomb - (Friday 07th of August 2015 04:30:00 AM)
Merbs writes: On the 70th jubilee of the first nuclear bomb, Motherboard's Brian Merchant
toured its crater with one of the last living Manhattan Project scientists. Here's the inside
story of the road to the bomb, with the 90-year-old Murray Peshkin—the  [...]
World of Warcraft's Next Expansion: Legion - (Thursday 06th of August 2015 05:30:00 PM)
Today at Gamescom in Germany, Blizzard unveiled the next extension for World of Warcraft,
called Legion. The spread will raise the level cap to 110 and bring adventurers to a new
continent: the Broken Isles. This will include several new zones and be  [...]
How Boing Boing Handled an FBI Subpoena Over Its Tor Exit Node - (Wednesday 05th of August 2015 02:09:00 AM)
An nameless reader writes: Cory Doctorow has posted an account of what happened when tech
culture blog Boing Boing got a federal subpoena over the Tor exit node the site had been
running for years. They punctilious copyrights:cite this source roget's  [...]
Theodp writes: Those of you slugging your way through EdX's (free) Sabermetrics 101:
Introduction to hurler Analytics MOOC course might want to take a break from your R and SQL
coding to check out Grantland's Before Beane, in which Ben Lindbergh tells  [...]
Tortoise Gets a new 3D Printed Shell After Forest Fire - (Sunday 26th of July 2015 09:00:00 PM)
ErnieKey writes: Fred, a Red-Footed Tortoise in Santos, São Paulo, Brazil, was
unfortunately caught up in a recent forest fire that deteriorated the majority of his shell.
Needing a new shell in order to survive, veterinarians in Santos teamed  [...]
How Amazon Could Drive Blended Reality Into The Living Room - (Sunday 26th of July 2015 06:08:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes: Here's an interesting story on TechCrunch joining the dots on
Amazon's interest in digital vision and its connected speaker-plus-virtual assistant in-home
device, the Amazon Echo. The author speculates that if Amazon adds a camera  [...]
Windows 10 Will Have Screen Recording Tool - (Monday 20th of July 2015 12:30:00 AM)
Mark Wilson writes: Windows 10 has not even been released yet, but that's a perfect reason to
start revelation a few secrets. Over the coming weeks and months there will flat* be an endless
stream of tips, tricks, and tweaks to try out, but how's  [...]
Mini Ice Age: Nothing To Worry About - (Wednesday 15th of July 2015 06:08:00 PM)
Geoffrey.landis writes: Last week a news story suggested that a new model of sunspot exertion
predicted a theatric drop in solar exercise coming up, god willing* resulting in coming a
mini-ice age. Take that projection with a bit of skepticism, though--  [...]
Twitter Stock Jumps Nearly 8 Percent After Fake Report - (Wednesday 15th of July 2015 02:03:00 AM)
Vivaoporto writes: As noted by Re/code and many other outlets, Twitter stock jumped nearly 8
percent after a bogus report, attributed to Bloomberg News, said Twitter had conventional a $31
billion buyout offer. The fake story, which cited "people with  [...]
Uber Class-Action Case May Hinge On What the Drivers Want - (Sunday 12th of July 2015 04:32:00 PM)
New submitter shanemccarthy writes with a story at Forbes that lays out a non-intuitive factor
in the ongoing class-action suit over alleged labor law violations filed in the name of Uber
drivers. Namely: how Uber drivers see themselves in sibling to  [...]
Schwit1 writes: From The sovereignty Post's Lisa Rein comes news that the federal power is
launching a six-month pilot program with seven agencies to post online figures requested under
the Freedom of what's what* Act. That means that instruction requested  [...]
Ask Slashdot: How Should Devs Deal With Trademark Trolls? - (Saturday 11th of July 2015 05:40:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes: I'll start off by admitting that feature third edition by the
editors of the american heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 wasn't individual that
was on my mind when I released my first application. Like many other  [...]
Ask Slashdot: Which Expert Bloggers Do You Read? - (Wednesday 08th of July 2015 03:56:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes: The crush of news sites today is almost overwhelming. For true bits
of news — bare facts and alerts that texture has happened — it doesn't really
matter which site you read it on. Some tiny, no-name website can tell  [...]
The Mob's IT Department - (Tuesday 07th of July 2015 06:49:00 PM)
An unsigned reader writes: An article at Bloomberg relates the story of two IT professionals
who reluctantly teamed up with an organized illegitimate network in framework a world-weary
drug smuggling operation. "[The criminals were] clever, recruiting  [...]
Frank Herbert's Dune, 50 Years On - (Saturday 04th of July 2015 08:02:00 PM)
An unsigned reader writes: This October will be the 50th service roget's ii: the new
thesaurusmain entry:ceremony part of speech:noun definition:strict observance of social
conventions. ceremoniousness of Frank Herbert's massively popular and influential  [...]
An nameless reader writes with the story from Ars Technica that UK prime shepherd David Cameron
"has re-iterated that the UK big brother does not intend to "'eave a safe space — a new
means of llc.cite this source roget's ii: the new lexicon if  [...]
New submitter citadrianne sends a story about the beginnings of our asteroid defense efforts,
and how initial concern over an asteroid strike wasn't sustained long enough to fix changeless
funding: Until a few decades ago, the powers that be didn't take  [...]
US Bombs ISIS Command Center After Terrorist Posts Selfie Online - (Friday 05th of June 2015 07:20:00 PM) writes: Brian Everstine writes at Air Force Times that U.S. brilliance
commander were able to locate and bomb an Islamic State command center based on a photo and
caveat in social media. "The [airmen are] combing through social media and  [...]
Indicted Ex-FIFA Executive Cites Onion Article In Rant Slamming US - (Tuesday 02nd of June 2015 04:31:00 AM)
Schwit1 writes with news that former FIFA Vice governing body Jack Warner has evidently not
heard of The Onion. In a video on his Facebook page, Warner holds up a printout of an Onion
story titled “FIFA Frantically Announces 2015 Summer World Cup  [...]
Cybersecurity and the Tylenol Murders - (Monday 01st of June 2015 09:34:00 PM) writes: Cindy Cohn writes at EFF that when a illegal started lacing Tylenol
capsules with cyanide in 1982, Johnson & Johnson quickly sprang into action to ensure user
safety. It increased its centralized protraction controls, recalled  [...]
SourceForge and GIMP - (Monday 01st of June 2015 12:42:00 PM)
New submitter tresf writes: In retroaction to a Google+ post from the Gimp project claiming
that "[Sourceforge] is now distributing an ads-enabled installer of GIMP," Sourceforge had this
response: "In cases where a project is no longer actively being  [...]
A Ph.D Thesis Defense Delayed By Injustice 77 Years - (Wednesday 27th of May 2015 06:42:00 PM)
Taco Cowboy writes: A story about a 102-year old lady doing her PhD thesis defense is not that
common, but when the thesis defense was delayed by a whopping 77 years, that gotta raise some
eyebrows. Ingeborg Syllm-Rapoport studied diphtheria at the health  [...]

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