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Why Google's Nexus 7 Tablet Is Hotter Than Apple's iPad
WASHINGTON—Americans across the nation confirmed today that, unfortunately, due to their extreme familiarity with the type of tragedy that occurred in a Colorado movie theater last night, they sadly know exactly how the events following the horrific shooting deaths of 12 people will unfold. While admitting they "absolutely hate" the fact they have this knowledge, the nation's 300 million citizens told reporters they can pinpoint down to the hour when the first candlelight vigil will be held, roughly how many people will attend, how many times the county sheriff will address the media in the coming weeks, and when the town-wide memorial service will be held. Additionally, sources nationwide took no pleasure in confirming that some sort of video recording, written material, or disturbing photographs made by the shooter will be surfacing in about an hour or two. Sadly, Nation Knows Exactly How Colorado Shooting's Aftermath Will Play Out Sadly, Nation Knows Exactly How Colorado Shooting's Aftermath Will Play Out
the solar-system the solar-system An overview of the solar-system, sizes scale, distances do not The distance between single planets and the Sun is given in astronomical units (AU), one AU is a unit of length equal to 149,597,870,700 metres. The Sun, in the upper left you see the ISS transit, taken during STS-132 mission [3888x2592] The diameter of the Sun is about 1,392,684 km, which is about 109 times that of Earth. Sun itself orbits the centre of the Milky-Way at a distance approximately 24,000–26,000 light years.
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Sparrow — Get mail done Sparrow — Get mail done We're excited to announce that Sparrow has been acquired by Google! We care a lot about how people communicate, and we did our best to provide you with the most intuitive and pleasurable mailing experience. Now we're joining the Gmail team to accomplish a bigger vision — one that we think we can better achieve with Google.
What are your best examples of people cheating "the system"? I'll start.... : AskReddit I work in a typical office building, but today I saw something interesting. Lazy Coworker #11 has been leaving around lunch time to go to the gym. Except I had to get something out of my car and I saw her (in her workout clothes) eating out of a tub of fried chicken. I didn't say anything but she walked back in 15 minutes later saying how sore she would be tomorrow. What are your best examples of people cheating "the system"? I'll start.... : AskReddit
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Mull of Kintyre test Kintyre is highlighted in red. The "Mull of Kintyre" properly refers to the headland at the southernmost end, but in this context the apparent angle of the whole peninsula is the relevant standard against which a penis would be compared. The Mull of Kintyre test or Mull of Kintyre rule was an unofficial guideline said to have been used by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) in the United Kingdom to decide whether an image of a man's penis could be shown. The BBFC would not permit the general release of a film or video if it depicted a phallus erect to the point that the angle it made from the vertical (the "angle of the dangle", as it was often known) was larger than that of the Mull of Kintyre, Argyll and Bute, on maps of Scotland. Mull of Kintyre test
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Amidst all the batteries, fuel cells, flywheels and other technologies trying to bring energy storage to the building scale, there’s one technology that’s as simple -- well, almost as simple -- as an icebox. Thermal energy storage is its name, and the basic idea has been around since the 1920s. Put a device on your roof that makes ice at night when power’s cheap, then uses that ice during hot days to augment air conditioning operations, and avoid buying expensive peak power. This form of storage can’t do everything that batteries can do: it can’t pump power into the grid, for instance. Ice Energy Finds Profits in Thermal Energy Storage Ice Energy Finds Profits in Thermal Energy Storage
Do you know what is the first thing that your eye is drawn to on a website? And in what pattern do people scan your website? There have been many eyetracking tests on this subject and I’ll give you 15 most useful facts you should know. The picture below shows 3 different websites and where people look on them. 15 Must-Know Facts on How People View Websites 15 Must-Know Facts on How People View Websites
As a graphic designer I have to deal with alot of people basically destroying all the hard work me and my coworkers put into a project. At first, I couldn't handle it, now I just find it funny to see where a project goes. But today, I had a client yell at me for telling me that the images we used were too low res for their word document. Me: Sorry but we can not boost the quality of the images, we receive from you. As a young professional, I am still getting used to dealing with clients. But today took the cake in terms of idiocy. Whats your worst/funniest/strangest client story? : AskReddit As a young professional, I am still getting used to dealing with clients. But today took the cake in terms of idiocy. Whats your worst/funniest/strangest client story? : AskReddit
The Peter Principle is a management theory which suggests that organizations risk filling management roles with people who are incompetent if they promote those who are performing well at their current role, rather than those who have proven abilities at the intended role. It is named after Laurence J. Peter who co-authored the 1969 humorous book The Peter Principle: Why Things Always Go Wrong with Raymond Hull. They suggest that people will tend to be promoted until they reach their "position of incompetence". Overview[edit] Peter Principle Peter Principle
New Skintight Spacesuit Design Unveiled July 17, 2007Can an engineer bring sexy backto the future? Dava Newman, a professor of astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, just might if her new space suit design makes it off the launching pad. Yesterday she unveiled the BioSuit, a skintight, next-generation space suit prototype that she and a team of researchers have spent seven years developing. The new suit, which Newman is modeling here, could make space exploration safer and easierand maybe a little more fashion forwardthanks to specially reinforced fabrics. New Skintight Spacesuit Design Unveiled
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thank you city of chicago, for the new wonderful bike paths : bicycling
The laser-powered bionic eye that gives 576-pixel grayscale vision to the blind After a lot of theorizing, postulating, and non-human trials, it looks like bionic eye implants are finally hitting the market — first in Europe, and hopefully soon in the US. These implants can restore sight to completely blind patients — though only if the blindness is caused by a faulty retina, as in macular degeneration (which millions of old people suffer from), diabetic retinopathy, or other degenerative eye diseases. The first of these implants, Argus II developed by Second Sight, is already available in Europe.
Think about it, you have a device on/in your keys/TV remote that relays their location to your mobile device, which then pushes a highlight overlay of them in your virtual field of vision. You'd never lose your keys/remote again! And then, consider that reverse vision-reading would also be possible via the photocapture capabillity. You could flip through a book in seconds, and use high speed image capture to record every page. The laser-powered bionic eye that gives 576-pixel grayscale vision to the blind. : science
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Jelly bean has introduced some amazing ways to interact with our phones. Specifically, I'm talking about the automated functionality of Google now and the assistant-like styling of their voice search on top of that. Google have laid a very solid foundation to improve on. But, yes, their are some glaring holes in the interaction that just don't sit well with me. Today I suddenly realised I needed to renew my TV license at some point in the week ahead. I whipped out my phone and eagerly spoke into it "Remind me to renew my tv license tomorrow". With the assistant-like improvements in jelly bean, it is now absolutely essential that Google integrate their Tasks functionality into Android. : Android
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Why are eggs historically a breakfast food in (at least) America? : AskHistorians
Black Holes: Incredibly Loud and Extremely Distant : space
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SOPA Returns On The Back Of A Czar: 'The new SOPA-fragment bill coming before Congress is the Intellectual Property Attaché Act, which strengthens the powers of the titular diplomatic attachés to promote U.S. copyright laws abroad.' : technology
Apparently Aol Instant Messenger makes me "old as dirt" : fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu
Cop here. I have seen a large increase in suicides this year and I don't know why. For my Cake Day I'd like to Ask Reddit to look out for each other and know that there are resources put there if you need them. And to ask Wgat can you do today to save som
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TIL the creator of Pokemon, Satoshi Tajiri, is autistic. : todayilearned
Pokemon Creator Draws Creativity from Autism
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Eric Schmidt on self-driving cars' biggest problem: They obey speed limits
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How did field armies throughout history deal with hydration? : AskHistorians
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Why is 144 divided by -12, -12? How can division by a negative number be illustrated by a real-world example? : explainlikeimfive
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CTA releases details on the new Open Fare System : chicago
ACLU Releases "Police Tape" Android App
Feeling inventive? New U.S. Patent Office opening in Detroit -- the first outside D.C. | Michigan Business
Multilingual's of Reddit: What's the best thing you've accidentally overheard in public in another language? : AskReddit
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So, at work today, we decided to stop supporting IE7. Anyone else in the same boat? : webdev
How prudish were the Victorians really? : AskHistorians
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