Archive for November, 2010

Using Facebook to Find Female Draft Dodgers

I want to make fun of this article but the damn picture they used in the article made me lose my train of thought. What the hell is going on in that picture? Israel army uses Facebook to find female […]

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Apple Foregoing USB 3.0 For Light Peak in Early 2011

CNET reports that Intel’s Light Peak, a high-speed connection standard capable of transferring data at 10 gigabits per second, will be arriving sooner than expected: sometime in the first half of 2011. And Apple’s poised to be an early adopter. […]

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LIC – Video Recording Ski-Snowboard Goggles

These are the ski goggles that record a wearer’s perfectly carved turns, long jumps, or aerodynamic tucks using a built-in video camera. The camera’s image sensor captures high-definition 720p MPEG4 video footage or 5 MP still images with a wide […]

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Serious – The Weed Whacking Golf Driver

This is the golf driver with a built-in grass trimmer, ideal for surreptitiously improving one’s lie. Destined for use by friendly foursomes that often find themselves in the rough, the club looks like an oversized driver that fits into any […]

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How Kinect Got an Autistic Kid Gaming

GamingNexus editor John Yan has a four-year-old son with a mild form of autism. The little guy’s tried to play 360 and PS3 but has trouble getting a hold on the controllers. With Kinect, though, he was an instant pro. […]

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CEO Salaries vs. Company Profits

America is still picking up the pieces of the worst financial disaster in decades, and the bulk of the damage struck in the financial market. In a time where you might think banks would be keeping their money internal to […]

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