The Unabomber’s Delusional Offspring

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Anarchist/anti-tech protesters have targeted the home and neighborhood of tech entrepreneur Kevin Rose, founder of Digg and partner in Google Ventures. After a late night of howling at the moon, these feral lunatics dug into their bag of Soviet-era propaganda, leafleted his neighborhood, and unfurled banners outside of Rose’s San Francisco home declaring him a [Read More...]

Tour the Priscilla Catacombs on Google Maps

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After years of restoration work, the Priscilla Catacombs in Rome were reopened last fall. This 8-mile network of tunnels was used for Christian burial and worship from the 2nd to 5th centuries. The catacombs were forgotten, looted, ignored, and ultimately reclaimed, and now centuries of grime has been removed to reveal striking art work. The [Read More...]

Cutting the Cable: Why to Do It, How to Do It

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Last May, we cut cable TV service to the house for the first time in 22 years. I was going to crow about it then, with an “Oh look at me, how unworldly I am” kind of post, but then I realized that a summer without cable really isn’t that big a deal, and decided [Read More...]

Beautiful Tech

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These photos from inside Google’s data center are making the rounds of the interwebs today (ht to Joseph Susanka for the link). They’re a startling glimpse inside the beauty of elegant technology, with a little help from the photographer’s art. You can take a self-guided walking tour, or just check out this gallery of photographs. [Read More...]

Where Do Google Doodles Go?

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Ever wonder what happens to those Google Doodles where they’re no longer needed? For instance, I posted earlier on the great interactive Moog synth doodle created for the birthday of Bob Moog. But where will it be tomorrow? Turns out they go to Google Doodles Museum, a sortable searchable archive. Now you know. [Read more...]

Rare Animal-Shaped Mounds Discovered in Peru

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Giant earthen mounds in the shape of an orca, a giant condor, a duck, and a caiman have been discovered on the plains of Peru. These huge structures, ranging in length from 5 to 400 meters, are found in North America, but are uncommon in South America. Dr. Robert Benfer of the University of Missouri believes [Read More...]


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