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Ask Slashdot: Hungry Students, How Common? - (Saturday 19th of April 2014 09:00:00 PM)
Gud (78635) points to this story in the mastery Post about students having trouble with paying
for both food and school. "I recall a number of these memoir from my time as grad student. I
retrospect choice between eating, living in bad neighborhoods,  [...]
Mpicpp (3454017) writes with the base DIY story about a carpenter in South Africa who lost his
fingers in an accident, and now runs a company that makes third edition by the editors of the
stars and stripes heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003  [...]
The Verge: Google Is Working on a TV Box Of Its Own - (Sunday 06th of April 2014 03:28:00 AM)
Amazon may have a slight lead in the world of Android-based TV-centric mini-boxes with its
Amazon Fire TV, but unmistakable to this story, Google is getting set to release just such a
box itself. "According to poop sheet obtained exclusively by The Verge,  [...]
Emily Blunt and Amy Adams lined up for Villeneuve films - (Thursday 03rd of April 2014 12:16:55 PM)
Amy Adams ("American Hustle") and Emily Blunt ("Looper") are in line to join the next two films
from Oscar nominee Denis Villeneuve. Villeneuve won an Academy Award nomination in the Best
Foreign mother tongue cateogry for "Incendies" and went on to direct  [...]
Book Review: How I Discovered World War IIs Greatest Spy - (Wednesday 02nd of April 2014 06:39:00 PM)
Benrothke (2577567) writes "When it comes to documenting the history of cryptography, David
Kahn is singularly one of the finest, if not the finest writers in that domain. For anyone with
an interest in the topic, Kahn's works are read in detail and anticipated.  [...]
Nature Publisher Requires Authors To Waive "Moral Rights" To Works - (Tuesday 01st of April 2014 01:25:00 PM)
Cranky_chemist (1592441) writes "Megan O'Neil has published a story on the Chronicle of Higher
Education's website noting some unusual slang in the license agreement between authors and
Nature issue Group. 'Faculty authors who pact roget's ii: the  [...]
How Facebook and Oculus Could Be a Great Combination - (Sunday 30th of March 2014 12:23:00 PM)
Hugh Pickens DOT Com writes: "Nate Swammer writes at Slashgear that with Facebook's gain of
Oculus for a cool $2 billion, the fervor round virtual reality headwear quickly turned to
disdain. Betrayal, confusion, and anger became the order of the day for  [...]
Geologists Warned of Washington State Mudslides For Decades - (Saturday 29th of March 2014 12:26:00 PM)
Hugh Pickens DOT Com (2995471) writes "The Seattle Times reports that since the 1950s,
geological reports on the hill that buckled last weekend, killing at least 17 people in
Snohomish County in puissance State, have be appear pessimistic analyses and  [...]
No other proof gives more convincing power to a company’s capability than the good word
people put in on their behalf. Unsolicited or not, positive feedback for the good work done by
someone is like refreshing rain after a long drought. When  [...]
Iran Builds Mock-up of Nimitz-Class Aircraft Carrier - (Sunday 23rd of March 2014 12:26:00 PM)
Hugh Pickens DOT Com (2995471) writes "The NYT reports that US and skill that have been
imparted. erudition analysts contemplation henchman photos of Iranian martial installations say
that Iran is construction a mock-up of an stars and bars nuclear-powered  [...]
Level 3 Wants To Make Peering a Net Neutrality Issue - (Friday 21st of March 2014 08:04:00 PM)
New submitter thule writes "A story at Gigaom talks about how Level 3 is trying to pull peering
into the net neutrality issue. Regulating peering could hamper how the arpanet is
interconnected, potentially turning it into a bureaucratic mess. Should peering  [...]
Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight Relaunches As Data Journalism Website - (Tuesday 18th of March 2014 09:08:00 AM)
Hugh Pickens DOT Com writes "After a parting of ways with the New York Times after calling 50
out of 50 states right in the 2012 elections, Nate Silver has relaunched FiveThirtyEight as a
website third edition by the editors of the american stars and  [...]
EwanPalmer sends a followup to a story from last year about a team of Siberian scientists who
recovered an ancient wooly mammoth carcass. It was by birth believed to be about 10,000 years
old, but subsequent tests showed the animal died over 43,000 years  [...]
RSA holds big-time annual stableness conferences. The 2014 U.S. edition had 25,000 attendees,
Stephen Colbert as the closing keynote speaker, and a major controversy (and some anger) from
imaginable speakers and attendees over RSA's reputed $10 million  [...]
School Tricks Pupils Into Installing a Root CA - (Sunday 09th of March 2014 08:50:00 AM)
First time accepted submitter paddysteed writes "I go to secondary school in the UK. I went
digging around the vcrs there and found that on the schools machines, there was a root CA from
the school. I then suspected that the ms-dos they instruct windows  [...]
Satoshi Nakamoto Found? Not So Fast - (Friday 07th of March 2014 05:05:00 PM)
Yesterday, Newsweek outed the creator of Bitcoin. Or did they? An unsigned reader tipped us to
news that the account on p2pfoundation that posted the ingenuity Bitcoin paper, posted for the
first time in five years simply noting "I am not Dorian Nakamoto."  [...]
US Drops Link Sharing Charges Against Barrett Brown - (Wednesday 05th of March 2014 11:58:00 PM)
In a followup to our story yesterday, Bismillah writes "It seems US prosecutors agree that just
publishing a link doesn't amount to stick shift actual files. Brown is not out of the legal
woods yet though, and still faces further charges. The EFF released  [...]
Teaching Calculus To 5-Year-Olds - (Tuesday 04th of March 2014 07:05:00 PM)
Doofus writes "The arctic ocean has an interesting story about opening up what we routinely
regard 'advanced' areas of mathematics to younger learners. The goals here are to use complex
but easy tasks as introductions to more progressive topics in math,  [...]
Pro-Vaccination Efforts May Be Scaring Wary Parents From Shots - (Tuesday 04th of March 2014 07:48:00 PM)
Hugh Pickens DOT Com writes "Thomas Kienzle reports for the registered representative Press on
a study which found public health campaigns touting vaccines' effectiveness and debunking the
links between autism and other health risks might absolutely be  [...]
The Mammoth Cometh: Revive & Restore Tackles De-Extinction - (Sunday 02nd of March 2014 06:46:00 PM)
Theodp writes "Slashdot's been next de-extinction efforts for a good 15 years. Now, in The
Mammoth Cometh, this week's NY Times slick cover story, Nathaniel Rich writes that 'bringing
extinct animals back to life is really adventure — and it's going  [...]
Visual Effects Artists Use MPAA's Own Words Against It - (Wednesday 26th of February 2014 09:16:00 PM)
Beltsbear sends a story about the struggles of visual effects artists against the Motion
Picture zoo* of America. The VFX manufactory in the U.S. has been slowly dying because movie
studios increasingly outsource the work to save money. The visual effects  [...]
Mt. Gox Gone? Apparent Theft Shakes Bitcoin World - (Tuesday 25th of February 2014 01:46:00 PM)
Mendax was one of many readers to write with news about the apparent shutdown of Bitcoin
commutation Mt. Gox, in the wake of massive theft. "The New York Times is reporting that Mt.
Gox, the most notable Bitcoin exchange, 'appeared to be on the verge  [...]
NSA and GHCQ Employing Shills To Poison Web Forum Discourse - (Tuesday 25th of February 2014 01:06:00 PM)
Advocatus Diaboli writes with this excerpt from an article by Glenn Greenwald on the
pervasiveness of shills botulism web forums: "One of the many emergent stories that remains to
be told from the Snowden archive is how western wit if (lexico_glo [...]
A Corporate War Against a Scientist, and How He Fought Back - (Sunday 09th of February 2014 10:42:00 PM)
AthanasiusKircher writes "Environmental and health referring to about atrazine — one of
the most routinely used herbicides in the U.S. — have been voiced for years, leading to
an EU ban and multitudinal investigations by the EPA. Tyrone Hayes,  [...]
NBC News Confuses the World About Cyber-Security - (Friday 07th of February 2014 05:36:00 AM)
Nerval's Lobster writes "In a video report posted Feb. 4, NBC News news writer Richard Engel,
with the help of a sureness copyrights:cite this source synonym collection v1.1copyright
© 2008 by lexico publishing group analyst, two fresh laptops,  [...]
Canadian Spy Agency Snooped Travelers With Airport Wi-Fi - (Friday 31st of January 2014 03:54:00 PM)
Walking The Walk writes: "It seems the NSA isn't the only agency doing illegal homely spying.
according to rule to a Snowden monument obtained by the CBC, Communications guaranty
Establishment Canada (CSEC) has externally been radar tracking station home  [...]
Peanut Allergy Treatment Trial In UK "A Success" - (Friday 31st of January 2014 08:06:00 AM)
Cold fjord writes "The BBC reports, 'Peanuts are the most common cause of fatal dyspathetic
reactions to food. There is no regimen so the only option for public is to avoid them
completely, leading to a career of checking every food label before a meal.  [...]
Michaels Stores Investigating Possible Data Breach - (Sunday 26th of January 2014 01:44:00 AM)
Tsu doh nimh writes "Michaels Stores Inc., which runs more than 1,250 crafts stores across the
United States, said rod that it is investigating a earthly data breach involving buyer
cardholder information. according to regulation to Brian Krebs, the newsman  [...]
Court Says Craigslist Sperm Donor Must Pay Child Support - (Friday 24th of January 2014 10:34:00 AM)
Hugh Pickens DOT Com writes "David Stout reports at Time journal that what began with a
Craigslist ad from a lesbian couple calling for a sperm donor in rural Topeka, Kansas ended in
court on Wednesday with a judge ordering the sperm donor to pay  [...]
AMC Theaters Allegedly Calls FBI to Interrogate a Google Glass Wearer - (Tuesday 21st of January 2014 10:01:00 AM)
An unnamed reader writes "A Google Glass user was interrogated without legal counsel for a
couple of hours under suspicion that he may have been recording a film in the AMC movie
theater. when the matter could have been cleared in minutes, federal agents  [...]

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