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Real life Marble Madness creates tsunami of spherical craziness

Have you ever wondered what thousands and thousands of marbles sound like while moving through a variety of paths and ramps, and hitting bells, nails, and other noisemakers along the way? Thanks to this video posted by marble master Jelle Bakker, you now have your answer. Hailing from the Netherlands, Bakker’s latest project, The Big Marble Machine features four different paths, a variety of weight-based moving platforms and more noisemakin...
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Clint Eastwood to direct hero pilot Chelsey Sullenberger biopic

Clint Eastwood at the 2015 CinemaCon in Las Vegas. Image: Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP/Associated Press Cue the swelling patriotic music: Clint Eastwood has lined up his next directing project, this time a biopic of American hero pilot Captain Chelsey "Sully" Sullenberger. The film, backed by Warner Bros., will tell the story of Sullenberger, who made national headlines in 2009 when he landed a disabled jet on the Hudson River. All 1...
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Senate passes NSA surveillance reform bill

The Senate has passed the USA Freedom Act, which would resurrect a more restrained version of government surveillance powers. The USA Freedom Act was created to rein in Section 215 of the Patriot Act, which had allowed the government to (among other things) collect huge swathes of phone records from companies like Verizon. A version of the USA Freedom Act was passed by the House of Representatives in May, but the Senate been unable to pass ...
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Asus Vivobook 11.6" Touchscreen Laptop Intel i3 500GB HD 4GB Ram Windows 8

$185.00 End Date: Tuesday Jun-9-2015 12:19:46 PDT Buy It Now for only: $185.00 Buy It Now | Add to watch list
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Mapping the History of L.A.’s Notorious Sprawl

The sprawling builtscape of Los Angeles always seems to have people there riled up in one way or another. Lately there are rumblings about “classic” L.A. homes being displaced by bigger, more modern houses, changing the face of established neighborhoods. Even people with enormous mansions are complaining about the enormouser mansions people are building next door. And this is just one of the ongoing storylines in an ever-morphing city. Now,...
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Pinterest Unveils Buyable Pins, A Way To Purchase Things Directly Within Pinterest

Pinterest unveiled what it’s calling “buyable pins”  at an event at its headquarters in San Francisco today. Here’s how it works: Rich Pins — pins which have much more information than a normal link, such as the ingredients for a recipe — will get a new button that allows users to purchase things directly from partners that it’s working for. Users will see prices, be able to select specific types of a product (like the color), and then they...
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Pinterest Unveils Buyable Pins, A Way To Purchase Things Directly From Pinterest

Pinterest unveiled what it’s calling “buyable pins” at an event at its headquarters in San Francisco today. Here’s how it works: Rich Pins — pins which have much more information than a normal link, such as the ingredients for a recipe — will get a new button that allows users to purchase things directly from partners that it’s working for. Users will see prices, be able to select specific types of a product (like the color), and then they ...
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Typo bows to the power of Blackberry, agrees to stop selling keyboard

Enlarge / Typo was told not to sell the original keyboard case, but it did so anyway. Typo When Typo Products launched its keyboard-on-an-iPhone product, BlackBerry was not amused. The flailing mobile phone maker still has more than enough cash around to pay IP lawyers, and it launched a patent lawsuit early last year. Typo was cofounded by American Idol host Ryan Seacrest, who agreed with a CNN interviewer that the product was meant to be ...
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Ask The Dark Net Author About the Internet's Underworld Here at 3pm EST

The darknet is often sensationalized as a digital haven for crooks, perverts, freaks, and anarchists, but it’s also a crucial tool for privacy advocates, political dissidents, and journalists. Few people are as familiar with the subcultures and nuances on the internet’s fringes as Jamie Bartlett. Bartlett, the author of The Dark Net: Inside of the Digital Underworld, will be joining us for us livechat from 3-4 pm EST to answer your burning ...
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Only thunder gods are worthy of handling this PC

Thermaltake's PC modding community often likes to do things to excess: Taiwan's biggest tech show is a huge opportunity for such excesses. The PC you see above, unashamedly modeled on a certain Nordic deity's blunt implement of choice , is a good example. Did we want to try to grap it and see if we were worthy? Sure. Were we allowed? No.  Hide Comments 0 Comments
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