Remember when electronic music was like some weird gas sprayed on society by aliens?
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What can the average person on Beijing's streets do to combat the problem, especially in light of the Chinese government's strict control over pollution monitoring?
The thing is, you probably are a shitty dancer.
"Oh, I just thought I'd pop in."
Virgin Galactic today broke the sound barrier in its first rocket flight test of its SpaceShipTwo, and now the private spaceflight company has released video.
They were created with a tool called Logstalgia that visualizes website access requests like a game of Pong.
Rest assured that Big Data does mean that just about everything that can be quantified and tracked will be.
Unsettling? A bit. Absorbing? That's an understatement.
Not only does Iraq have to deal with the physical toll of a decade-plus of war, it's also been left with a huge, and ongoing, health crisis.
It's like railing Xanax.
Whether it's figuring out what thoughts look like, mapping an entire brain in action, or even testing out neuroenhancing drugs, zebrafish have been involved.
The idea was brilliant and simple: Stick a small camera facing outward in a box and mail it around Denmark
We drank gatorpagne and talked internet comedy.
Be happy that's the case, as we humans wouldn't be able to do what we do without them.
In the gang world, social networks and YouTube are just another tool in the arsenal.
Diversity in the gadget realm is a good thing, and it'd be nice to see a bit of risk make a comeback.
A week with Cody R. Wilson, a 25-year-old University of Texas law student working to build semiautomatic weapons using 3D printers.
He's been hailed as the leader of the new wave of seapunk.
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If they all band together, they float.
Google is the lord of the web.
This video shows a whole bunch of gliding leaf frogs chilling near some water in a mating frenzy.