New Technique Promises Much Faster Hard Drive Write Speeds
Isn't this similar to/an extension of how minidisc worked? So couldn't the reading be done in a similar matter then?
Farmville, Social Gaming, and Addiction
doesn't really matter too much, facebook is blocked in china anyway.
The Ultimate Blog Post
Boing Boing: Crocheted replica of subway map cracks DRM on collection of old video games.
FARK: Drunk frat boy in Florida has sex with underage donkey, sues Strong Bad for negligence. Still no cure for overused in-jokes.
Slashdot: AMD, SCO patent MP3 over TCP/IP, sue ATI, EA. Microsoft probably responsible somehow.
Kottke: Elwin Festerator is the unsung inventor of the curly telephone cord. "I looked at a straight telephone cord, and I asked myself, Elwin, why can't that be curly? So I went out and got my brand-new curling gun, and I curled the hell out of it." Related link: New Yorker article on the Olympic curling team.
Engadget: Samsung releases new cell phone/mp3 player/camera/web browser/GPS/game player/wireless hub. Now in gray!
Joystiq: Will Wright to design first-person Warcraft shooter for the Wii. Jack Thompson responds with aneurysm.
Groklaw: Transcript of SCO deposition on previous court order concerning applicability of evidence to last year's motion to review earlier statements. Seriously, we love this stuff.
Daily Kos: Bush caught in three-way with Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh.
Little Green Footballs: Bush enjoys triumphant three-way with Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh.
Gawker: Paris Hilton does pretty much anything.
Cute Overload: A kitten licks a puppy while the puppy licks a bunny.
Fleshbot: Same as Cute Overload, only with coeds.
MacRumors: Apple is going to sue us for revealing that Apple is going to sue us.
MAKE blog: How to create a nuclear accelerator using a Flash drive, a Commodore 64 and a guy named Roger.
Metafilter: Unhelpful link text. Extra links added for padding that have little to do with the main topic of the entry. Are extremely loaded rhetorical questions the only thing that can save us now?
Digg: Hey, cool, someone wrote an article about Digg!