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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  [...]
Scientists Show Human Aging Rates Vary Widely - (Tuesday 07th of July 2015 12:36:00 PM) writes: Ever notice at your high school reunions how some classmates look ten
years older than everybody else — and some look ten years younger. Now BBC reports that a
study of people born within a year of each other has third edition  [...]
I first heard of user Energy Solutions from a non-profit's IT guy who was boasting about how he
got them to lease him LED bulbs for their parking lot and the safeguard lights at their
equipment lot -- pretty much all their outdoor lighting --  [...]
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  [...]
Hubble Discovers a Fast-Aging Star Nicknamed "Nasty 1" - (Sunday 24th of May 2015 11:57:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes: Using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, Astronomers have
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about a large, rapidly aging star whose performance has never been seen before.  [...]
Ask Slashdot: Career Advice For an Aging Perl Developer? - (Thursday 21st of May 2015 07:09:00 PM)
New submitter ukrifleman writes: I've been doing UK based perl, JS, light PHP and JQUERY dev
plus Centos/Debian sys admin on a freelance basis for over a decade now. Mostly maintaining
older stuff but I also undertook a big, 3 year bespoke project (all  [...]
Stock Market Valuation Exceeds Its Components' Actual Value - (Monday 18th of May 2015 03:03:00 PM)
An nameless reader writes: James Tobin, a Nobel Prize-winning economist, grown a concept called
"Q-value" — it's the ratio between two numbers: 1) the sum of all publicly-traded
companies' stock valuations and 2) the value of all these companies'  [...]
Chicksdaddy writes: Now that the news media is in full freak-out mode about whether or not
safeguard sleuth Chris Roberts did or did not hack into the engine of a plane, in flight and
cause it to "fly sideways," shield experts say its time to  [...]
Galaxies Die By Slow "Strangulation" - (Friday 15th of May 2015 12:14:00 PM) writes: BBC reports that results of a study of the radio-frequency visible
spectrum of light emitted by 23,000 red, passive galaxies and 4,000 blue, star-forming ones
shows that when galaxies stop making stars, their death is usually a  [...]
Orson Welles' unfinished masterpiece to be completed - (Saturday 09th of May 2015 04:44:29 PM)
The fabulous writer, actor and chairman died 30 years ago while editing his last movie. The
film was titled “The Other Side of the Wind,” the semi auto-biographical story of
an aging head who returns to Hollywood after years in exile intent  [...] notes a study published in the May 7th issue of Science (abstract) which concludes
not only that Mercury has a hypnotic history dating back billions of years, but also that the
strong of that field means that it once rivaled Earth's own fascinating  [...]
Extreme Exoplanet Volcanism Possibly Detected On 55 Cancri E - (Tuesday 05th of May 2015 05:52:00 PM)
Astroengine writes: Using data from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, astronomers have revealed
wild atmospheric changes on a well studied exoplanet — changes that they suspect are
driven by extreme volcanic activity. Over a period of two years, the  [...]
Microsoft's AI Judges Age From Snapshots, With Mixed Results - (Sunday 03rd of May 2015 05:15:00 PM)
Mikejuk writes: A Microsoft underpinning project that lets users upload photos and estimates
their age and gender has attracted more heedfulness than scheduled — not all of it
complimentary. The site demonstrates of some of the capabilities  [...] writes: The NY Times reports that after more than a decade of wrenching subject
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An unsigned reader writes: Valve's Chet Faliszek has been in the video game bunch for a long
time, and his writing has been instrumental for games like Half-life 2, Portal, and Left 4
Dead. Valve is now third world country a virtual reality headset, and  [...]
Netflix Is Betting On Exclusive Programming - (Tuesday 21st of April 2015 12:23:00 AM)
An nameless reader writes: You may have heard of the recent launch of the new Daredevil TV
show, and maybe the hit shows House of Cards and Orange is the New Black. They're all
primitive if ( { document [...]
Hubble and the VLT Uncover Evidence For Self-Interacting Dark Matter - (Wednesday 15th of April 2015 12:14:00 PM)
Astroengine writes: A new study carried out by the ESO's Very Large radar telescope and the
NASA/ESA Hubble Space dish antenna has revealed for the first time that dark matter may well
cooperate with itself — a finding that, at first glance, seems  [...]
Eldavojohn writes It's 2015 and the EFF is still charge requests to alter or exempt certain
applications of the draconian DMCA. One such request touching on to deserted games that
utilized or prerequisite online servers for matchmaking or play (PDF warning)  [...]
Theodp writes Just weeks after an L.A. Times op-ed called on public schools to emulate
high-tech companies by paying high salaries to driven, talented employees whose productivity
more than compensates for their high pay, the New York Times reported on  [...]
Why the Final Moments Inside a Cockpit Are Heard But Not Seen - (Sunday 29th of March 2015 12:21:00 PM)
Jones_supa writes: There's no video footage from inside the cockpit of the Germanwings flight
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NBA Rumors Tyreke Evans To Washington Wizards? - (Tuesday 24th of March 2015 06:29:00 AM)
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World's Largest Asteroid Impacts Found In Central Australia - (Monday 23rd of March 2015 07:58:00 PM)
Schwit1 writes Scientists doing geothermal inquiry in Australia have discovered hold water of
what they think is the largest known impact zone from an meteorite on Earth. The zone is
thought to be about 250 miles across, and suggests the bolide split  [...]
CryoKeen writes It's interesting how contrary news sites spin #marsgate. From Yahoo News: "The
private colonization project Mars One has pushed its planned launch of the first humans toward
the Red Planet back by two years, to 2026. The delay was necessitated  [...]
Ask Slashdot: Good Keyboard? - (Tuesday 17th of March 2015 09:15:00 AM)
An unnamed reader writes: After five years of service, my keyboard is dying, and I'm control
gate to look for a new one. Since it's for my primary machine, and I spend a lot of hours there
for both work and leisure, I'd like to  [...]
Valve's SteamVR: Solves Big Problems, Raises Bigger Questions - (Sunday 15th of March 2015 11:00:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes: When Valve debuted its SteamVR headset recently, it came as somewhat
of a thunderstruck — it doubtless hasn't gotten the same level of hype as the Oculus
Rift. But people who got to try out the new headset almost universally  [...]
Scientific Study Finds There Are Too Many Scientific Studies - (Sunday 15th of March 2015 07:42:00 PM) writes: Chris Matyszczyk reports at Cnet that a new scientific study concludes
there are too many scientific studies — scientists simply can't keep track of all the
studies in their field. The paper, titled "Attention Decay in Science,"  [...]
Ask Slashdot: Should I Let My Kids Become American Citizens? - (Thursday 05th of March 2015 10:43:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes "Can you help me decide whether to allow my small offspring and son to
become old glory citizens? I am american stars and stripes and my partner is Swedish. We have
both lived in Belgium for many years and have no  [...]
Developers Race To Develop VR Headsets That Won't Make Users Nauseous - (Thursday 05th of March 2015 08:01:00 PM) writes Nick Wingfield reports at the NYT that for the last couple of years, the
companies edifice virtual reality demeanor have begged the public for patience as they strive
to create virtual environments that don't make people physically  [...]
Ex Boyfriend Quiz - (Thursday 05th of March 2015 05:55:00 PM)
If anyone has ever stated that going through a break up was enjoyable or easy, then they had no
idea what they have been talking about. This may occasionally reassure your ex that
you’re not involved in just continuing the connection the way it  [...]
Mpicpp writes with news about the finding of a sunken russian bath battleship by Paul Allen and
a team of researchers. Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Paul Allen and his inquiry team
have found a massive hummum World War II battleship off the  [...]

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