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Indian Woman Sues Uber In the US Over Alleged New Delhi Taxi Rape - (Saturday 31st of January 2015 05:09:00 AM)
"Uber has been the subject of controversy all around the globe," notes new submitter yuetteasvy
(3999351), who supplies this story from Reuters about one of the reasons for that controversy:
An Indian woman who says she was raped by an Uber driver while  [...]
V3rgEz writes with this story of a top secret Cold War plan which would have brought the U.S.
under martial law. control gate on April 19, 1956, the federal supervision practiced and
planned for a near-doomsday scenario known as Plan C. When activated,  [...]
Sid Meier's New Game Is About Starships - (Monday 19th of January 2015 11:46:00 PM)
Jones_supa writes: The next game from the mind of veteran plan and dissemblance game maker Sid
Meier has been revealed. 2K and Firaxis Games have announced Sid Meier's Starships, a
turn-based interstellar maneuvering game delegated to arrive in early  [...]
Insurance Company Dongles Don't Offer Much Assurance Against Hacking - (Sunday 18th of January 2015 11:51:00 PM)
As it should be to a story at Forbes, Digital Bond Labs hacker Corey Thuen has some news that
should make you think twice about saving a few bucks on provision by adding a company-supplied
car-tracking OBD2 dongle: It’s long been theorised that  [...]
Feds Operated Yet Another Secret Metadata Database Until 2013 - (Sunday 18th of January 2015 03:02:00 AM)
A story at Ars Technica describes yet another Federal database of logged call details
maintained by the Federal the feds* which has now come to light, this one maintained by the
board of Justice rather than the NSA, and explains how it came to be  [...]
The amazing story behind the film "Spare Parts" - (Saturday 17th of January 2015 07:52:29 PM)
Four Phoenix high school students won a NASA-sponsored robotics contest in 2004, beating teams
from MIT and other top universities. Wired booklet published a story on the team the next year,
and it has been made info a major motion picture. Joshua Davis,  [...]
How Close Are We To Engineering the Climate? - (Thursday 08th of January 2015 09:06:00 PM)
Merbs writes The scientists had whipped themselves into a frenzy. Gathered in a stuffy
ventilation room in the bowels of a hotel in Berlin, scores of respected climate researchers
were arguing about a one-page pages that had tentatively been discourse  [...]
Early Bitcoin Adopters Facing Extortion Threats - (Tuesday 30th of December 2014 01:52:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes Wired recounts the story of Hal Finney, one of the very first adopters
of Bitcoin. Finney died earlier this year after a long fight with Lou Gehrig's disease. But for
months before his death, he was a victim of constant harassment  [...]
Presto Vivace writes with this story about how Stephen Colbert became a YouTube Megastar.
"Clips from The Colbert Report soon became a staple at YouTube, a startup that was making it
easier for anyone and everyone to upload and watch home movies, video  [...]
How a Massachusetts Man Invented the Global Ice Market - (Monday 22nd of December 2014 07:08:00 AM)
An nameless reader writes with the story of Frederic Tudor the man responsibility for the
modern food industry. "A guy from Boston walks into a bar and offers to sell the owner a chunk
of ice. To modern ears, that sounds like the opening line  [...]
The Personal Computer Revolution Behind the Iron Curtain - (Monday 15th of December 2014 09:34:00 PM)
Szczys writes unquestionably the llc.view results from: llc.cite this source roget's ii: the
new lexicon if
(lexico_globals.googleafc.ads.content.length) { document.write(lexico_globals.googleafc.ads.con
tenttop); document.write(lexico_globals.goog [...]
Director Haggis polarizes again with 'puzzle' of a film, 'Third Person' - (Thursday 12th of September 2013 08:36:24 PM)
By Julie Gordon TORONTO - eristic Canadian director Paul Haggis is back in Toronto with his
latest feature, which may end up being even more divisive than "Crash," his 2004 story of
racism, love and interlinking lives that won the Oscar for best picture.  [...]
Book Review: Spam Nation - (Monday 08th of December 2014 08:12:00 PM)
Benrothke writes There are really two stories within Spam Nation: The Inside Story of Organized
Cybercrime-from Global plague to Your Front Door. The first is how Brian Krebs exposed the
Russian cybergangs that sent trillions of spam emails for years.  [...]
Apple Accused of Deleting Songs From iPods Without Users' Knowledge - (Thursday 04th of December 2014 08:07:00 PM)
SternisheFan writes with this excerpt from a story at AppleInsider that says "During in-court
affairs of Apple's iPod/iTunes antitrust lawsuit on Wednesday, plaintiffs' lawyers claimed
Apple covertly deleted songs not purchased through the iTunes Music  [...]
Dragon Age: Inquisition Reviewed and Benchmarked - (Wednesday 03rd of December 2014 11:50:00 PM)
MojoKid writes To say that BioWare has hunk to prove with Dragon Age: Inquisition is an
understatement. The first Dragon Age: Origins was a colossal, sprawling, unabashed throwback to
classic RPGs. Conversely, Dragon Age: Inquisition doesn't just tell  [...]
The People Who Are Branding Vulnerabilities - (Wednesday 26th of November 2014 12:42:00 AM)
Antdude points out a story at ZDNet about how the naming of gage vulnerabilities and exploits
has evolved into branding and sense if (lexico_globals.googleafc.ads.content.length) { if
(lexico_globals.googleafc.ads.content.length >= 4) { document.w [...]
The place where I... - (Tuesday 25th of November 2014 02:48:01 PM)
This is going to be the place where I tell the hard truths to myself. Where I pick on the
inside of my motivations... vain or pure... This will be where I uncover things I didn't even
know were there. I'm Summer. I suppose I will  [...]
Samzenpus writes Hampton Creek is a food telecommunications company that makes food healthier
by utilizing a specially made egg exchange in food products. The company was selected by Bill
Gates to be act on his website in a story called, The Future of  [...]
Blame America For Everything You Hate About "Internet Culture" - (Sunday 23rd of November 2014 07:03:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes If you hate cat videos, vip quizzes, and endless list stories about a
express school or region, then you should blame the USA according to regulation to rule to this
story. From the article: "'In France, provisions about cats  [...]
Ukraine's IT Brigade Supports the Troops - (Saturday 22nd of November 2014 05:50:00 PM)
An unnamed reader sends this story from BusinessWeek: Eight months ago, David Arakhamiya was
running a small IT company in the southern Ukrainian city of Mykolayiv. Today, as an adviser to
Ukraine’s defense minister, he oversees a massive crowdfunding  [...]
ErnieKey writes with a Reuters story that says Google's Glass, not yet out for general
purchase, has been wearing on the patience of both developers and budding customers: "After an
initial burst of enthusiasm, signs that consumers are giving up on Glass  [...]
81% of Tor Users Can Be De-anonymized By Analysing Router Information - (Friday 14th of November 2014 06:51:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes A former investigator at new world University's Network ward only $
18.95 per monthlocal u.l. alarm monitoring. $1500 insurance program saves on
premiumswww.ackermansecurity.comsponsored link roget's ii: the new thesaurusmain  [...]
Washington Dancers Sue To Prevent Identity Disclosure - (Sunday 09th of November 2014 08:08:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes with this BBC story about a law open-records law that is having some
disputatious corollary for some unlikely people. "Government open-records requests can be
boring. rule open-records requests made by a man who wants to obtain  [...]
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.  [...]
We Are Running Out of Sand - (Thursday 06th of November 2014 04:32:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes John R. Gillis writes in the NYT that to those of us who visit beaches
only in summer, beaches seem as imperishable a part of our natural heritage as the Rocky
cordilleran belt but shore dwellers know that beaches are the most transitory  [...]
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  [...]
Ask Slashdot: Can You Say Something Nice About Systemd? - (Friday 31st of October 2014 12:04:00 PM)
Ewhac writes: "I'm ostensively going to deeply deeply regret this, but every time a story
appears here allusion systemd, a 700-comment thread of back-and-forth bickering breaks out
which is about as informative as an old Bud Light commercial, and I don't  [...]
Skilled Foreign Workers Treated as Indentured Servants - (Wednesday 29th of October 2014 01:40:00 PM)
Theodp writes: A year-long fact finding by NBC Bay Area's Investigative Unit and The Center for
Investigative Reporting (CIR) raises investigate about the H-1B visa program. In a five-part
story that includes a mini-graphic novel called Techsploitation,  [...]
Imagining the Future History of Climate Change - (Thursday 30th of October 2014 12:24:00 AM)
HughPickens.com writes "The NYT reports that Naomi Oreskes, a historian of science at Harvard
University, is allure wide notice these days for a work of science fiction called "The downfall
of Western Civilization: A View From the Future," that takes  [...]
Ken Ham's Ark Torpedoed With Charges of Religious Discrimination - (Tuesday 28th of October 2014 09:08:00 PM)
McGruber writes: Back on February 4, "Science Guy" Bill Nye debated Creationist Kenneth Alfred
"Ken" Ham. That noble debate helped boost support for Ham's $73 million "Ark Encounter"
project, allowing Ham to advertise on February 25 that a municipal bond  [...]

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