Tuesday, 28 April

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Mini-photoessay: Czech minimalist interlude [Ming Thein | Photographer]

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Inner fire

In the spirit of the subject and post, no words today. All images are available as Ultraprints on request; please shoot me an email if you’re interested. Enjoy! MT

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The fiddler

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Location

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Inaccessibility

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The watcher

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Designer dildo contains ashes of dead lover [Boing Boing]

Designer Mark Sturkenboom's "21 Grams" is a glass dildo containing the ashes of a dead person. It's storied in an exquisitely-crafted box integrating a perfume diffuser and iPhone amplifier to trigger memories of the lost loved one.

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Design for a vertical city in the Sahara desert [Boing Boing]

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OXO Architectes created this experimental design for a vertical city within a tower in the Sahara desert. Read the rest

Sesame Street spoofs The Avengers in "Aveggies: Age Of Bon Bon" [Boing Boing]

Sesame Street always kills it when it comes to movie parodies (more…)

Bifocal safety goggles [Boing Boing]


Dewalt's bifocal safety goggles come in strengths from 1.0 to 3.0 and at $10/pair, you can't go wrong, especially if you, like me, are losing your vision as you hurdle towards senescence -- better Mother's Day present than flowers, better Father's Day present than a tie. (Thanks, Ian!)

OXO Good Grips palm brush [Boing Boing]

Between this OXO Good Grips scrub brush ($4) and my pan scraper, I can quickly clean up even the crustiest of cookware. Read the rest

TOM THE DANCING BUG: Doonesbury's Charlie Hebdo Problem [Boing Boing]

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the Doonesbury gang denounces the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists and draws the line for appropriate, non-murderworthy satire. Read the rest

Website documents “Shit People Say To Women Directors” [Boing Boing]

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Why are there are so few female directors working in Hollywood? Could it be the raging sexism that occurs at every level of production? Read the rest

Twitter's got a new troll stick [Boing Boing]

New policies at twitter for reporting, automatic message muting, and enforcement could turn the noise way down for users subject to harassment. Read the rest

Zardoz vs ET [Boing Boing]


The latest tee from our pals at Monochrom: Zardoz is Pleased, based on an original 2015 oil painting.

Stop-motion Transformers movie [Boing Boing]

Transformers Generation, six months in the making. Directed by Harris Loureiro who says, "Finally it is done!"

Watch train get blown off a bridge yesterday in Louisiana [Boing Boing]

High winds blew train cars and shipping containers off an Elmwood, Louisiana bridge yesterday. (more…)

Stephen Hawking gives existential advice to One Direction fans [Boing Boing]

Stephen Hawking appeared via hologram at the Sydney Opera House this weekend and he offered some surprisingly sweet words of comfort to Directioners. Read the rest

Disney songs get a hip-hop remix [Boing Boing]

Todrick Hall and Shoshana Bean prove ‘90s hip-hop and ‘90s Disney films pair perfectly together in this fabulous mash-up video.

Wink Fun - the best games, toys, and puzzles [Boing Boing]

Wink Fun celebrates stuff that is fun, and we mean the kind of fun that's made from atoms – not bits.

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A delightful compilation of Hayao Miyazaki movie Easter Eggs [Boing Boing]

Legendary Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki is the creative force behind fantastic animated films like My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away, and Howl's Moving Castle. (more…)

Watch: The Saudi prince who's challenging video game stereotypes [Boing Boing]

Commercial video games often show Middle Eastern people as the villains -- if they can tell the difference between different countries and languages at all. Prince Fahad Al Saud is aiming to help change that. Read the rest

Print out this witch fashion game and play it with your friends [Boing Boing]

bewitch2 Tragic magic! Executive realness! Here's a new game for 3-6 players, about drawing fashions for witches, that you can print out and play with your friends. All you really need is some tokens, a tip cup and a timer—and all those markers and art supplies you wish you played with more often. Read the rest

Hip Hop Family Tree: DJ Jazzy Jeff [Boing Boing]

This week's Hip Hop Family Tree strip travels away from NYC to West Philadelphia. Read the rest

Asus Zenbook UX305: It’s no MacBook, but it’s a good midrange laptop [Ars Technica]

When we reviewed Apple’s new MacBook earlier this month, we compared it primarily to the MacBook Air (which it kind-of-sort-of supplants) and Dell’s most recent XPS 13 (which is one of our favorite PC laptops right now).

One other laptop came up multiple times in my inbox and in the comments, though—Asus’ Zenbook UX305. It’s got quite a bit in common with the MacBook on paper: high-resolution screens, Core M processors without fans, a focus on thinness. The thing that will probably draw your eyes is the price. The Microsoft Signature version we’d recommend, which includes 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD, costs $699.

In practice there are still a lot of things the MacBook does better, and this laptop’s design isn’t without its issues. Overall, though, we came away pleasantly surprised by what this Zenbook does well.

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Google tries to win EU friends with €150 million Digital News Initiative fund [Ars Technica]

Google has announced the Digital News Initiative, “a partnership between Google and news publishers in Europe to support high quality journalism through technology and innovation,” which sees it working with eight European news organizations to help with product development and putting €150 million into a three-year “innovation fund.” This evident attempt by Google to mend its bridges with the European news publishing industry comes in the wake of years of complaints about the effects of Google's services on traditional newspapers, and against a background of the European Commission's antitrust investigation into Google's search and Android businesses, with the threat that it could be widened to include other services.

Speaking in London, Carlo D'Asaro Biondo, Google's European president of strategic partnerships, admitted that the company's relationship with newspapers had been difficult, and that sometimes Google was to blame: “I firmly believe that Google has always wanted to be a friend and partner to the news industry, but I also accept we’ve made some mistakes along the way.”

In an attempt to win over European news publishers—and perhaps to minimize future complaints to the European Commission—D'Asaro Biondo laid out Google's plans for the new Digital News Initiative. One strand involves helping European news publishers with product development: “We will create a publishers’ working group from across Europe to explore product developments aimed at increasing revenue, traffic and audience engagement.” Again, he admitted that Google had made mistakes here: “Over the years we have worked on a range of news-related initiatives, but we tended to work in isolation, and the feedback has been that Google can be complicated to work with, and at times unpredictable!”

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When AT&T promises broadband—but delivers only 300Kbps [Ars Technica]

Dave Mortimer went house shopping in 2013, and he made Internet speed a top concern. His standards weren’t incredibly high—he just wanted 20Mbps or so to make sure he could avoid some trips to the office.

“I work in IT, so fast speeds are essential for me to work at home,” Mortimer told Ars. “I called AT&T on three separate occasions to verify that this home had U-verse capabilities or, at the very least, 20Mbps. I was told every single time ‘Yes, that service is available at that residence.’” (When contacted by Ars, AT&T was unable to comment on what company representatives told Mortimer in 2013.)

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Mortimer also plugged the address into AT&T's U-verse availability checker. The system reported that the home could get the service he wanted, Mortimer said.

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The Ideal Dinner Party Meal Is Something You Can Finish In the Oven [Lifehacker]

Having an entree that can finish in the oven gives you time for other last minute dinner party prep, like setting the table, putting out appetizers, mixing drinks, and greeting guests.

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Substitute Onions for Shallots with a Bit of Boiling Water [Lifehacker]

It’s easy for me to remember to grab pantry staples like garlic and onions at the store, but other larder items aren’t always so lucky; in particular, I always seem to forget shallots . Thankfully, if you’re making a recipe that calls for shallots and your kitchen is temporarily without, we’ve learned an easy substitute for them.

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Make Your Dentist Proud With These Awesome Toothbrush Deals [Lifehacker]

Today only, Amazon’s offering great prices on gear to keep your teeth in top shape between dentist cleanings.

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The Difference Between Sugar and Sugar Alcohols [Lifehacker]

Despite the fact that sugar alcohols are used in many foods, they remain somewhat of a mystery to people. As a replacement for sugar, they may benefit you. Authority Nutrition helps us break down the details.

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Five Simple Buttermilk Substitutions for Batters and Baked Goods [Lifehacker]

Here’s the situation: It’s early Sunday morning, and you’re planning on making a batch of buttermilk waffles. You open the fridge and realize you grabbed whole milk instead of buttermilk at the market. Panic ensues. Thankfully, Epicurious has got your back with the following five buttermilk substitutes.

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Journey up the still-smoldering volcano in Chile [CNN.com - Top Stories]

One week after the Calbuco volcano spewed ash and volcanic rock, CNN's Shasta Darlington takes us on a journey toward the crater.

TeslaCrypt Isn't All That Cryptic [Slashdot]

citpyrc writes: TeslaCrypt, the latest-and-greatest ransomware branch off of the CryptoWall family, claims to the unwitting user that his/her documents are encrypted with "a unique public key generated for this computer". This coudn't be farther from truth. In actuality, the developers of this malware appear to have been lazy and implemented encryption using symmetric AES256 with a decryption key generated on the user's machine. If any of your machines are afflicted, Talos has developed a tool that can be used to generate the user's machine's symmetric key and decrypt all of the ransomed files.

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Google Announces Partnership With Newspapers In Europe [News]

Last December, Google shut down its Google News page in Spain, after the country threatened steep fines for aggregator sites that don't pay newspapers.

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How Getting Married Affects Health Insurance Tax Credits [News]

If marriage is on the horizon, it might be wise to set aside some money for the taxman. An increase in family income after the vows can trigger repayment of a health insurance credit.

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Dropbox now lets you add comments to hosted files [The Verge - All Posts]

Filesharing service Dropbox has today introduced Dropbox Comments, a way for all users to add notes to files that it hosts. The feature — which was previously only available in early access to paid-up Dropbox for Business customers — lets multiple people leave feedback and mentions for other users in a dedicated comments pane overlaid on the document itself. Users can invite people without Dropbox accounts to open files and read the comments, but you'll need to sign up if you want to add your own points.

Dropbox started life as a simple cloud-based filesharing service, but recent moves have seen it pitch itself as a more integral component of your online existence. The company launched dedicated photo and email apps last year, and last...

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Watch nature push a freight train off a bridge with rain and wind [The Verge - All Posts]

A huge storm. A toppled train. An exploding power transformer. In another film this would be the origin of a superhero — you don't even need the feats of nature — but this was actually just a Monday outside of a New Orleans' fast-food joint. A huge gust of wind toppled over several freight cars passing along a bridge, and a local reporter just happened to stop his car where he had a perfect view to record it. (He was actually stopping there so he could run in the front doors for shelter.)

Though it's a wild act of destruction on the part of nature, apparently it's ended with no major problems. "The rail cars were empty and did not contain any hazardous materials. No leaks and no injuries are reported at this time," Jeff Davis, New...

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Will new laws give federal cybercops too much power? [The Verge - All Posts]

Last year, a single strain of malware was responsible for credit card breaches at Target, Home Depot, and more than 1,000 other US companies, with damages totalling hundreds of millions, if not billions of dollars. In many cases, the companies involved didn't know about the threat until it had been alive in their systems for months. For many industry observers, the most painful point is the timing: If the industry had raised the alarm when the first warning signs surfaced, the worst of the damage could have been averted.

That idea seems to have gotten Washington's attention. In February, President Obama signed an executive order to promote information sharing on cyberthreats, and a new crop of information-sharing bills in Congress look...

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Windows 10’s notifications sound like you’re booting up a Windows 95 PC [The Verge - All Posts]

Microsoft originally commissioned English musician Brian Eno to create the startup sound for Windows 95. Eno’s piece of music was known widely as the Windows sound. At just over three seconds long, it became an iconic sound as Windows 95 grew in popularity. Microsoft has since changed its sound schemes for many Windows versions over the years, but now it appears to be evoking memories of the summer of 1995 with Windows 10.

The Windows 10 startup sound is still a mystery

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This cuddly Japanese robot bear could be the future of elderly care [The Verge - All Posts]

Deep in the bowels of a secluded facility outside the central Japanese city of Nagoya, a team of dedicated researchers has been working on a monster. It’s a primal, animalistic robot that uses advanced technology to power its intelligent vision, flexible movement, and giant arms strong enough to lift a human right off the ground. It could have profound implications for the relationship between man and machine.

But perhaps most importantly, it is very cute.

Meet Robear. It’s a high-tech teddy with a mission: helping make elderly care much easier in the future.

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Sesame Street parodies The Avengers. Poor Hawkeye [The Verge - All Posts]

If you were tasked with mapping Sesame Street characters to Marvel Studios' preeminent superhero team, Cookie Monster as The Hulk is a pretty natural fit. Thus, we form the basis of The Aveggies: Age of Bon Bon, wherein the team tries to get "Dr. Brownie" to focus, turn green, and eat the flying chocolate chip with a jam-shooting gun. The five-minute segment is a nod to the ending of the first Avengers, and as with Sesame Street's plentiful other parodies (e.g. "House of Bricks," "Star S'Mores," "Big Birdman"), the video is a highly concentrated dose of puns.

We're not sure of the ultimate lesson here. Is it about learning to focus to achieve your goals? Is it about the satisfaction of walking down the street eating asparagus? Is it the...

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VR company Jaunt is starting a virtual reality movie studio [The Verge - All Posts]

As virtual reality steadily moves closer to mainstream reality, one of the biggest outstanding questions is content: how popular can VR devices get if there’s nothing to watch or play, and where will the content come from if nobody has devices? Today VR company Jaunt is announcing a new initiative to help answer that question, and a trio of Lucasfilm veterans are jumping on board to bring its plans to fruition.

The newly announced Jaunt Studios is a Los Angeles-based wing of the company that will be dedicated solely to developing and producing live-action VR experiences. It’s similar to what Oculus announced earlier this year with Oculus Story Studio: an in-house creative initiative, designed to both bolster the production of VR...

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What you need to know about cameras [The Verge - All Posts]

I love my new camera, even though I have little understanding of how it works. I recently wrote about the Fuji X100T, which I swear is less complicated than its Terminator-esque name would have you believe. I love how it looks, how it feels, how its pictures look like the photographs I used to take on my mother's SLR. Plus, the X100T is so easy to use, that my not knowing much about its inner-workings, or even some assumed photography basics, doesn't prevent me from enjoying the experience of photography. In fact, it's been a belated re-entry point.

Now, I want to know the nitty-gritty — even if I don't have to. To learn about the scope of cameras, I invited resident photography expert Sean O'Kane to this week's episode of What's Tech?....

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Live Nation adds Bonnaroo to its collection of music festivals [The Verge - All Posts]

Music industry powerhouse Live Nation has added Bonnaroo to its continually growing collection of festivals. The entertainment company purchased a controlling interest in the music and arts festival, which is held in Manchester, Tennessee, every year. Bonnaroo joins the over 60 festivals under the control of Live Nation, including Lollapalooza, Electric Daisy Carnival, and Austin City Limits Music Festival.

Bonnaroo is one of the landmark music festivals held in the US, and had been run independent of a major corporation since its inception in 2002. Bonnaroo founders Superfly and AC Entertainment say they will still maintain control of the day-to-day operations. Live Nation says it's planning "enhancements to the festival experience"...

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YouTube to start making feature films with its biggest stars [The Verge - All Posts]

YouTube is continuing to put money behind its community of video makers, and today it's announcing five new partnerships including one to begin making feature films this year. The feature films will be made in partnership with AwesomenessTV, which was purchased two years ago by DreamWorks Animation. Together, they intend to release "several" feature-length movies during the next two years, with the first targeted for this fall. The films will be "driven by YouTube stars" and developed by AwesomenessTV CEO Brian Robbins.

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Feds Say It's Time To Cut Back On Fluoride In Drinking Water [Slashdot]

An anonymous reader writes: Federal health officials Monday changed the recommended amount of fluoride in drinking water for the first time since 1962, cutting by almost half the maximum amount of fluoride that should be added to drinking supplies. The Department of Health and Human Services recommended 0.7 milligrams of fluoride per liter of water instead of the long-standing range of 0.7 to 1.2 milligrams. The change is recommended because now Americans have access to more sources of fluoride, such as toothpaste and mouth rinses, than they did when fluoridation was first introduced in the United States,' Dr. Boris Lushniak, the deputy surgeon general, told reporters during a conference call.

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