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Are Lolcats art?

Are Lolcats art? | Geeker than ever | Scoop.it
BBC News visits the opening night of an exhibition in London, devoted to the humorous internet cat phenomenon known as "lolcats". (RT @BBCWorld: Are #lolcats art?
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How Do You Cite a Tweet in an Academic Paper?

How Do You Cite a Tweet in an Academic Paper? | Geeker than ever | Scoop.it
There are rules for these sorts of things. They are how civilizations are built and maintained.
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Codebreaking contest has record year

Codebreaking contest has record year | Geeker than ever | Scoop.it
A national codebreaking competition aimed at schoolchildren attracted more than 6,000 pupils from 725 British schools (Codebreaking contest has record year http://t.co/ZxCa2wap)...
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Student gets dying wish from Reddit: Cryonic preservation

Student gets dying wish from Reddit: Cryonic preservation | Geeker than ever | Scoop.it
Kim Suozzi, a 23-year-old neuroscience student with terminal brain cancer, received her dying wish of cryonic preservation on Jan. 17 after ...
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Fonblet? Phablets? We need a better name for large smartphones

Fonblet? Phablets? We need a better name for large smartphones | Geeker than ever | Scoop.it
A rumor sprang up this week suggesting that Samsung would release a 5.8-inch smartphone in Europe that would be its biggest phone yet. The name of the device, however, leaves some of us scratching our heads.
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Incredible inner space › Photos (ABC Science)

Incredible inner space › Photos (ABC Science) | Geeker than ever | Scoop.it
Venture into the micro world of human anatomy and animals with teeth reinforced with iron, scales that reflect light and velvet 'fingers' on their skin captured by scientists from the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility.
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