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This Is How Japan Trolls Google Street View

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Google Street View trolling is not new. People around the world love pulling hijinks when they see the Google Street View apparatus rolling down the street. Folks in Japan did some truly epic trolling.
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A Perfect 1960s Housewife Has A Horrific Surprise For Her Husband

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Joe lives a perfect 1964 life in a perfect house behind a white picket fence and a manicured lawn. But one day he comes home to find that his wife Betty isn't cooking dinner. The truth is, she has very different plans for their life going forward.
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Hear Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury Sing A Duet, 33 Years Later

Hear Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury Sing A Duet, 33 Years Later | News we like | Scoop.it
In 1981 Freddie Mercury recorded "There Must Be More to Life Than This," which originally featured additional vocals from Michael Jackson.
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One Danish City Turns to GPS Tracking to Help the Homeless

One Danish City Turns to GPS Tracking to Help the Homeless | News we like | Scoop.it
Without any context, that headline could seem incredibly scary, almost dystopian in nature. A city's most vulnerable residents tracked for unknown purposes would serve as a pretty good plot for some Orwellian nightmare.
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Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster or Why We Need Parody Religions

Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster or Why We Need Parody Religions | News we like | Scoop.it
Earlier this week, I got to write about some woman in Oklahoma, US, whose driver’s license photo shows her wearing a spaghetti strainer on her head.  The woman, named Shawna Hammond, says she put the kitchen utensil on her head for her very special...
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Microsoft Makes Fun of Apple After iCloud Celebrity Photo Leak

Microsoft Makes Fun of Apple After iCloud Celebrity Photo Leak | News we like | Scoop.it
Microsoft and Apple are competing in several industry sectors right now, including the cloud-based storage business, so it should come as no surprise that these two companies are poking fun at each other on a regular basis whenever they have this...
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NASA Is Blasting the First 3D Printer Into Space Tonight

NASA Is Blasting the First 3D Printer Into Space Tonight | News we like | Scoop.it
A few minutes after 2 AM tonight, a SpaceX Dragon commercial cargo craft will lift off from Cape Canaveral in Florida carrying something that's never been taken into space: A 3D printer.
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Open Source Hackable Robot

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The world of robots is an interesting place, and it’s an even better place for children to get started in electronics.
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Secret Door Is Now Not So Secret

Secret Door Is Now Not So Secret | News we like | Scoop.it
You’d be hard pressed to find someone who didn’t think secret doors are cool. They can come in many different forms, a built-in book case, a fake fireplace or even the rudimentary trap door under the rug.
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The Chemistry Behind the Different Colors of Autumn Leaves

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At some point when you were a wee child, your parents or teachers probably gave you a simple—but incomplete—explanation of why leaves change color in the fall: green chlorophyll fades to reveal the yellows and oranges that have been there all along.
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Wanted: Long-Term Thinking about Technology and Education

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Educators need to think long-term about the role of technology in learning
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Man runs out of subway and races it to get back in at next station

Man runs out of subway and races it to get back in at next station | News we like | Scoop.it
This is amazing: Watch this guy getting out of a London subway car and running all the way to next station to get back inside the same subway car.
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Mediatek Releases Linux Source Code for Android One Smartphones

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Android One is a program by Google aiming at bringing low cost smartphones to the emerging markets with firmware updates to the latest Android version guaranteed for two years. Three phones part of...
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Paris Unclogs Its Sewers With Giant Balls Of Iron

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Though it’s been around since the Middle Ages, the sewer system beneath Paris won fame in the 19th century, when the city offered boat tours thr...
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The Solution to Disposable Diaper Waste Is Apparently Mushrooms

The Solution to Disposable Diaper Waste Is Apparently Mushrooms | News we like | Scoop.it
Disposable diapers are made to be super-absorbend and super-durable — all the better for handling the all the waste produced by a human baby. All the worse for the environment because the diapers last hundreds of years in landfills.
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9 Coolest Time Lapse Videos

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Check out these 9 amazing videos that give credence to the saying, "life goes by in the blink of an eye."
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Grab 7 great tech gadgets at the dollar store

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If you’re in search of a high-tech bargain, look no farther than your local dollar store... (#Tech #Gadgets Grab 7 great tech gadgets at the dollar store - Detroit Free Press: Detroit Free PressGra...
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3D Printed Telescope Is Cheap as Dirt, No Worse than Those That Cost a Fortune

3D Printed Telescope Is Cheap as Dirt, No Worse than Those That Cost a Fortune | News we like | Scoop.it
Telescopes need very precise assembly, and parts that fit well together, otherwise the light spectrum won't be focalized properly and you get a blurry mess instead of a close-up image of the night sky (or your neighbor's yard, if you like to spy in...
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How much a European city has changed in 100 years

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My favorite thing about these then and now type of videos that show what the world used to look like versus what it looks like now is not seeing what has changed but seeing how much has actually stayed the same.
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Joan Rivers Promotes the New iPhone Six on Facebook, Despite Being Dead

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Whoever said that the advertising business had no heart wasn't kidding. Fans of the late comedienne Joan Rivers were outraged yesterday when her still active Facebook profile posted all of a sudden an iPhone 6 promotional message.
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Animation shows the transformation of a woman's body throughout life

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This is great. Celia Bullwinkel made Sidewalk, an animation that shows a little girl become a woman while walking on the sidewalk and all that it entails.
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Engines of Innovation

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Most of humanity now lives in a metropolis. That simple fact helps to fuel our continued success as a species
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Pebble owners, heads up!

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Pebble owners, heads up! You can update to version 2.5, allowing your smartwatch to display emoji , play nice with iOS 8, and finally use its internal compass.
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This 3-D Printed Smartphone Microscope Only Costs a Dollar

This 3-D Printed Smartphone Microscope Only Costs a Dollar | News we like | Scoop.it
We've seen small smartphone microscopes before, but they're either a bit shitty or a bit pricey — problems neatly solved in this edition of Stuff You Didn't Realise You Could £-D Print.
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This gadget makes acoustic guitars sound electrifying without using an ... - Treehugger

This gadget makes acoustic guitars sound electrifying without using an ... - Treehugger | News we like | Scoop.it
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A Magical Patch of Grass Turns Evil in This Scary Short Film

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Whenever people stumble on a mysterious natural phenomenon that grants them powers in movies, things don't generally turn out so well.
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