Google Looked Into Space Elevator, Hoverboards, and Teleportation
Anyone who's seen Back to the Future knows hoverboards are just around the corner.
Your StarCraft II Potential Peaked At Age 24
You don't need to play StarCraft to be able to play StarCraft.
Jenny McCarthy: "I Am Not Anti-Vaccine'"
I suspect there authors probably got their MMR shots...
Guardian and WaPo Receive Pulitzers For Snowden Coverage
Assange merely set up a website allowing people to leak any information anonymously, regardless of the impact, without having to face the consequences. Snowden took measured, deliberate action, releasing information specifically related to our civil liberties, even allowing time for those responsible to come forward before continuing to release information. How does the Collateral Damage video or the multitude of diplomatic cables released over wikileaks compare to just one of Snowden's many revelations?
First Glow-In-the-Dark Road Debuts In Netherlands
Yes, but today we are talking about driving.
Study Rules Out Global Warming Being a Natural Fluctuation With 99% Certainty
Actually, that was the Gilded age: something gilded appears golden but is actually not so.
Wi-Fi Problems Dog Apple-Samsung Trial
Plug it in?
$250K Reward Offered In California Power Grid Attack
Should we worry about things where nothing bad ever happens?
'weev' Conviction Vacated
Actually, the appeals circuit doesn't reevaluate the evidence of a case but merely whether the letter of the law was followed during the trial. If it wasn't, a new trial begins, and if it was, they may still appeal to a higher (supreme) court.
NYC Considers Google Glass For Restaurant Inspections
Everyone seems to be operating under the impression that Glass can record continuously. As I've seen, it can't be doing much of anything for longer than a minute or two at a time without running the battery down, and recording video is exceptionally intensive, causing the device to become quite warm after a matter of seconds.
93 Harvard Faculty Members Call On the University To Divest From Fossil Fuels
Yeah, then they could just buy another planet after this one craps out
Study: Video Gamer Aggression Result of Game Experience, Not Violent Content
Search youtube for "wii remote accident"
Google Chrome 34 Is Out: Responsive Images, Supervised Users
Sort of, except its purpose is to reduce load time over the internet rather than increasing render efficiency for the client (nobody's computer struggles to display static images on a web page)
Online Skim Reading Is Taking Over the Human Brain
Facebook and Google's Race To Zero
But the first 10 minutes are free!
Study: Exposure To Morning Sunlight Helps Managing Weight
True, but the summary does say "..independent of an individual's physical activity level, caloric intake, sleep timing, age or season."
In any case causation is not proven, and this is a pretty small sample anyway.
An SSD for Your Current Computer May Save the Cost of a New One (Video)
Sometimes I think all the sadness in this modern world may just be due to the fact that we don't have Phil Hartman to make us laugh anymore.
I miss you, man.
Continued Rise In Autism Diagnoses Puzzles Researchers, Galvanizes Advocates
One thing that is certain is that vaccines save the lives of hundreds of thousands of children every year. But by all means, forego them if you really don't want to "take the risk."
Xbox One Reputation System Penalizes Gamers Who Behave Badly
Moderation systems are stupid!
+1 if you agree
DirectX 12 Promises Lower-level Hardware Access On Multiple Platforms
That's actually mentioned in the source article (http://wind8apps.com/microsoft-employee-arrest-windows-8-leaks/) from this slashdot post from yesterday (http://tech.slashdot.org/story/14/03/20/1247232/ex-microsoft-employee-arrested-for-leaking-windows-8) covering that very story.
Travis Mansbridge has no journal entries.