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jeudi 16 août 2018, 16:25
Over at Woke Giant you'll find some seriously cool, retro-styled 'political art for third century America.' Don't miss the downloadable protest signs! Here's a taste: Stress is the enemy! Keep resisting! Flint still needs water! Thanks, Tricia!
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It's OK to talk to the cops, just this once.
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Filip Miucin wrote many game reviews, but it took until last week for the rampant plagiarism in his work to be identified by a victim. The gaming site IGN is working to remove all of the posts written by former editor Filip Miucin, who was fired last week for plagiarism,...
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Smartphone video footage of police brutality being exercised against black Americans and other ethnic minorities living their lives within the nation’s borders have become depressingly commonplace. While difficult to watch and, most likely for the videographer, difficult...
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From self-driving cars to Siri, we've already gotten a taste of what AI can do, and now this groundbreaking technology is making its way to education and revolutionizing the way we learn new languages. Mondly uses state-of-the-art speech recognition to help you speak foreign ...
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All the pregnant ladies, this one is for you. This pink inflatable floatie has a hole for your baby bump which means, for once, you can lie on your front (if you're in the water, that is). It's like a massage table but instead of putting your head in the hole, you put in...
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Jason Kessler, the organizer of the failed “Unite the Right” white supremacist rally in Washington DC, recently suffered an additional humiliation. As Kessler was livestreaming a broadcast, Kessler's father walked in and yelled “get out of my room!”
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Scheduled for release on October 9th, My Memory of Us is a game that tackles a game that tackles a difficult subject: the lives of Jewish children in Nazi-occupied Poland during the Second World War. Engadget recently spoke with Mikołaj Pawłowski, the CEO of Juggler Games, ...
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This week’s tabloids offer a fascinating glimpse inside the mind of their greatest fan: Donald Trump. The president, who has gone on the record saying that the National Enquirer deserves a Pulitzer Prize, and who is bffs with tabloid publisher David Pecker, can politely be ...
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mercredi 15 août 2018, 22:33
Matt Chapman used the Freedom of Information Act to get the City of Chicago's very mess parking ticket data; after enormous and heroic data normalization, Chapman was able to pinpoint one of the city's most confusing parking spots, between 1100-1166 N State St, which cycled...
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After a week of blockbuster security revelations from Defcon it's important to take a step back and address the ongoing battle by companies to seize a veto over who can reveal defects in their products. (more…)
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I just returned home from a 5-week stay in Japan with my family. We spent the first 10 days in Kyoto and Koya-san, and the rest of the time we stayed in an apartment in Tokyo, where I worked on Boing Boing, Cool Tools, and Institute for the Future. Despite the high...
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Grant Burningham interviewed me for his Bots and Ballots podcast (MP3), covering a bunch of extremely timely tech-politics issues: Facebook and the impact of commercial surveillance on democratic elections; Alex Jones, censorship and market concentration; and monopolism and...
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Trou is an interactive sculpture from Valencia, Spain's Mireia Donat Melús: the nylon and silicon fiber blob invites viewers to don a surgical glove and insert their hands and arms into an elastic orifice in the sculpture's surface -- and watching their probing appendage...
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A supposedly odorless, open-air urinal has been set up in the middle of Paris, and some folks are irked. The bright red no-flush urinal – set up so that pissers face tourist boats cruising the Seine river – could pass as a planter, trash can, or some sort of utility box...
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It's dangerous to be a candidate for office in Mexico. Forty-eight candidates were murdered and nearly 400 kidnapped during the most recent campaign. The latest victim is 32-year-old Norma Azucena Rodríguez, the former mayor of of Tihuatlán in Veracruz. She won a seat in...
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https://vimeo.com/285024212 Douglas McKee of McAffee presented his research into the security of medical diagnostic equipment at last week's Defcon conference in Las Vegas. (more…)
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Joel Gion of Brian Jonestown Massacre posted these images on his Instagram. Coincidence or... something else? Well, David Bowie did help Brian Eno produce Devo's 'Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!' (1978). But apparently illustrator Joe Heiner based the cover art on a...
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Helios and Matheson, the company that owns MoviePass, the ailing movie theatre subscription service, posted a $126.6 million loss in the second quarter and its cash reserves have dwindled to $15 million. Share prices, which traded $39 per share, dropped to 8 cents a share in ...
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Who likes socialism and mistrust capitalism? Democrats and young people, who are mostly the same people. (more…)
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