Wednesday, 04 March

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On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup [Bitch Blogs]

Here’s what’s on our radar today:

• Uh-oh: Hillary Clinton conducted business on her private email address during her time as Secretary of State—potentially a violation of federal law. [Huffington Post] 

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What does the 8-year-old like about her school? [Philip Greenspun's Weblog]

I asked an 8-year-old friend what she likes about her (public) school. It is in a prosperous Manhattan neighborhood.

“We have really good security,” she responded. “They don’t let anybody in.”

Are there really that many criminals who want to knock over an elementary school?

“We have a lot of lock-down drills,” she said enthusiastically.

GOP presidential contender says prisons prove homosexuality is a choice [Boing Boing]

Ben Carson, a neurosurgeon, who is likely going to run for president as a Republican, says "a lot of people who go into prison, go into prison straight and when the come out they're gay." And this proves that being gay is "absolutely" a choice. Read the rest

Shaking electrons brings atoms to standstill [Ars Technica]

I often get enthusiastic about Bose Einstein condensates, fascinating materials where large groups of atoms show collective quantum behavior. The thing that really gets me going is the process used to make 'em. The main step is something called optical cooling. It may sound very simple, but in reality it is difficult and mostly doesn't work.

A recent paper in Physical Review Letters now adds a new optical cooling method to the physicist's range of tools. In doing so, this opens up a whole lot of new and exciting possibilities.

Like, just cool off dude

The typical optical cooling method is an exceptionally neat bit of physics. Think about a gas of atoms. They are having a fantastic time in life's mosh pit, flying in all directions and bouncing off one another with vim and vigor. But as with all good things in life, some old dude will turn up, complain about the noise, and generally suck all the entertainment out of life—everything just slows down. Slowing everything down is the easiest way to think of cooling.

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More IoT insecurity: This Blu-ray disc pwns PCs and DVD players [Ars Technica]

For more than a decade, malicious hackers have used booby-trapped USB sticks to infect would-be victims, in rare cases to spread virulent, self-replicating malware on air-gapped computers inside a uranium enrichment plant. Now, a security researcher says he has found a way to build malicious Blu-ray discs that could do much the same thing—without any outward signs that an attack was underway.

Stephen Tomkinson, a security consultant at NCC Group, said he has devised a proof-of-concept exploit that allows a Blu-ray disc to compromise both a PC running Microsoft Windows and most standalone Blu-ray players. He spoke about the exploit on Friday at the Securi-Tay conference at the Abertay University in Dundee, Scotland, during a keynote titled "Abusing Blu-ray players."

"By combining different vulnerabilities in Blu-ray players, we have built a single disc which will detect the type of player it’s being played on and launch a platform-specific executable from the disc before continuing on to play the disc’s video to avoid raising suspicion," Tomkinson wrote in an accompanying blog post. "These executables could be used by an attacker to provide a tunnel into the target network or to exfiltrate sensitive files, for example."

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Capsula Mundi burial pods can turn cemeteries into forests [INHABITAT]

Capsula Mundi Trees

Most of us have likely had the opportunity to visit a cemetery at some point, and walked through the endless rows of cold marble headstones and weeping angel statues. An Italian design company called Capsula Mundi has a brilliant solution: burial pods made of natural starch plastic that nurture tree seeds as bodies break down. The natural decomposition process feeds the tree above, and over time, burial spaces can be transformed from desolate graveyards into lush memorial forests.

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Blizzard Sale - PC Games - Diablo 3 & Reaper of Souls ($19.99 each), SC2: Wings of Liberty & Heart of the Swarm ($9.99 each) at Amazon [Slickdeals Frontpage RSS Feed]

Blizzard Sale - PC Games - Diablo 3 & Reaper of Souls ($19.99 each), SC2: Wings of Liberty & Heart of the Swarm ($9.99 each) at Amazon

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Amazon has a few Blizzard PC Games on sale. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $35 or more. Thanks thecyberdevil Best Buy also has StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Expansion Pack for $9.99 with free store pickup. Thanks tektek [Discuss]

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Best Buy still has the other games on sale for the same price with free store pickup [Discuss]

Sharpie Permanent Markers: 24-Count Ultra Fine Point or Fine Point (Assorted) $8 + Free In-Store Pickup [Slickdeals Frontpage RSS Feed]

Sharpie Permanent Markers: 24-Count Ultra Fine Point or Fine Point (Assorted) $8 + Free In-Store Pickup

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Office Depot & Office Max.com has Sharpie Permanent Markers: 24-Count Ultra Fine Point or Fine Point (Assorted) for $10 - 20% off with coupon code 22654468 = $8. Select free store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks Discombobulated

Note,coupon code applies to the first and highest priced item in cart, 2nd item won't be discounted.

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Chicco NextFit Convertible Car Seat $209 FS [Slickdeals Frontpage RSS Feed]

Chicco NextFit Convertible Car Seat $209 FS

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Diapers.com has Chicco NextFit Convertible Car Seat (various colors) on sale for $279.99 - 25% off with promotion code GREATSALE = $209.99. Shipping is free. Thanks greeknasty

Available in the following colors:
  • Studio
  • Juno
  • Mystique
  • Rose
Featured User's Comment: "...I like the side to side head protection, its more like a race car seat than the other convertible chairs. In race cars that protection is there in case they roll the car to keep the drivers head and neck with a helmet from snapping laterally which has parallels to kids since their heads are over sized relative to their bodies. Also comes with a small cupholder and an infant insert. I'd probably get a dedicated rear facing seat for an infant. The chest buckle can be "clicked" into two positions, wider or narrower to accommodate kids as they grow and the head rest/protection and be moved up and down. Consumer reports scored this chair the highest out of the convertible chairs (score of 74). The next five chairs were britax. I guess the rear facing car fit is where all the britax lost points." - gohfaster

Deal Editor's Note: This car seat has received over 400 customer reviews with an average rating of 4.3/5 stars.

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Advance Auto Parts Online Coupon 35% off $50+ + Free Store Pickup [Slickdeals Frontpage RSS Feed]

Advance Auto Parts Online Coupon 35% off $50+ + Free Store Pickup

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Advance Auto Parts is offering 35% off orders of $50 or more when you apply promo code WD59 at checkout. Maximum discount is $50. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks garageguy
Note: Certain exclusions apply..see landing page for details.

Deal Editor's Note: Offer is valid through 3/7/15. Limit 1 redemption per customer. - brisar

Sony Action Cameras: AS100VR w/ Live View Remote $220, AS100 $150 + Free Shipping [Slickdeals Frontpage RSS Feed]

Sony Action Cameras: AS100VR w/ Live View Remote $220, AS100 $150 + Free Shipping

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Amazon.com has Sony Action Cameras on sale. Shipping is free. Thanks Discombobulated & wildjuliancho Alternatively, B&H Photo Video.com has Sony HDRAS100V/W Video Camera Bundle on sale for $149.99 when following the directions below. Expedited shipping is free.
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3-Pack PUR 2-Stage Water Pitcher Replacement Filters $13 + Free Store Pick-Up [Slickdeals Frontpage RSS Feed]

3-Pack PUR 2-Stage Water Pitcher Replacement Filters $13 + Free Store Pick-Up

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Target.com has 3-Pack PUR 2-Stage Water Pitcher Replacement Filters (CRF-950Z-3) on Sale for $12.79 with free in-store pick up. Thanks DJ3xclusive & fawzi

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Amazon.com has 3-Pack PUR 2-Stage Water Pitcher Replacement Filters (CRF-950Z-3) on Sale for $12.79. Shipping is Free with Prime or if you spend $35 or more.


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How Much of Your Income to Save Based on When You Want to Retire [Lifehacker]

There's no one-size-fits-all approach to saving for retirement. If you want to retire earlier than the traditional retirement age, this "Financial Freedom Fund" calculator will tell you how much to set aside.

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Fun and Cheap IR Thermometer, Discounted Action Cams, and More Deals [Lifehacker]

You might not think you need a non-contact thermometer in your tool box, but they're a ton of fun to mess around with, and can come in handy for everything from cooking to home energy savings .

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Tool School: The All-Mighty Circular Saw [Lifehacker]

A circular saw's large blade and loud sound can be intimidating to the newbie DIYer, but don't let that scare you away from one of the most useful power tools in any workshop.

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Common Characteristics of an IRS Tax Scam [Lifehacker]

Tax season is in full swing, which means IRS scams abound. These scams have become more sophisticated, too. Watch out for them by knowing their common characteristics.

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When It Makes Sense to Buy Quality Instead of Saving Money [Lifehacker]

Being frugal doesn't just mean saving money—it means spending your money wisely. That also means some things may be cheap now, but actually cost you more in the long run, while other times it makes sense to spend more now for a better, longer-lasting experience. Let's take a look at when it makes sense to splurge now to save later.

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Timeline of the bombings, manhunt and aftermath [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Two bombs struck near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, killing three people and injuring more than 250 others. A fourth person, an MIT police officer, was killed three days later during the manhunt for the bombing suspects.

Tsarnaev's connections: Who's who [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Here are some of the names you might be hearing about as Dzhokhar Tsarnaev goes on trial in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings:

Israel asks Congress for $$$ [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Publicly the U.S. and Israel have been clashing over Iran's nuclear program, but quietly Israelis have been making another appeal: getting more U.S. funds for missile defense systems to defend against Iran's growing ballistic missile program.

Coffee is a health food: Myth or fact? [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Myth or fact? Coffee is good for you.

Teen sees dad die in paragliding accident [CNN.com - Top Stories]

A California man fell to his death after he became detached from his harness while paragliding. CNN affiliate KEYT reports.

Why are all the bees dying? [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Morgan Spurlock goes inside the world of beekeepers to try and find out why bee colonies are dying. Tune is Thursday 9pm ET on CNN.

Bride-to-be stunned by generous stranger [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Liz Jensen was surprised after a bridal store owner in Utah told her that an anonymous stranger paid for her wedding dress.

Welcome to Japan's 'Cat Island' [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Cats vastly outnumber the human population on the Japanese island of Tashirojima. CNN's Zain Asher and John Vause report.

US Air Traffic Control System Is Riddled With Vulnerabilities [Slashdot]

An anonymous reader writes: A recently released report (PDF) by the U.S. Government Accountability Office has revealed that despite some improvements, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) still needs to quash significant security control weaknesses that threaten the agency's ability to ensure the safe and uninterrupted operation of the national airspace system (NAS). The report found that while the "FAA established policies and procedures for controlling access to NAS systems and for configuring its systems securely, and it implemented firewalls and other boundary protection controls to protect the operational NAS environment [...] a significant number of weaknesses remain in the technical controls—including access controls, change controls, and patch management—that protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of its air traffic control systems."

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Racial Discrimination Affects Virtual Reality Characters Too [Slashdot]

vrml writes: You are looking for the exit of a building in a virtual reality experience when a virtual character gets stuck in a room and cries for your help. Could the color of the skin (black or white) of the virtual human influence your decision to provide or refuse help? That's what comes out from a new study published by the journal Computers in Human Behavior. White users were told that they had to reach the exit of the virtual building as soon as possible. The number of users who decided to help tripled when the virtual victim was white rather than black. Researchers tried also other conditions in which they did not put users under time pressure: this reduced the discrimination, although the number of users who helped remained more favorable for the white rather than the black virtual human. The paper explains these results in terms of the automatic categorization processes that originate from unwanted, unconscious social and cultural biases: putting people under pressure increases automatic responses, leading to more discrimination towards the black character.

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Turkish Airlines' Near-Miss Creates Big Problem At Kathmandu's Tiny Airport [News]

What do you do when a plane crash-lands at your country's only international airport and you have no equipment to move it out of the way? Nepalese airport officials are grappling with that question.

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Spain's Wine Exports Soar 22 Percent — But Profits Fall [News]

Spain's wine industry had a record year in 2014, posting numbers that could propel it past Italy as the world's biggest wine exporter.

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Putin Speaks About The Killing Of Kremlin Critic Boris Nemtsov [News]

Russia's president said Nemtsov's death was a shameful tragedy. Nemtsov was gunned down near the Kremlin on Friday. His supporters blame the Russian authorities.

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The Magic Trick That Could Shorten The FAFSA [News]

The IRS and the Education Department already have the power to make the FAFSA easier without cutting questions. So why haven't they?

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A Few Reactions to the DOJ's 'Scathing' Report on Ferguson Cops And Racial Bias [News]

Racist emails and shocking statistics will be on display when the Justice Department (officially) releases a report about the Ferguson Police Department.

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Project Morpheus is almost ready — it just needs games [The Verge - All Posts]

The consumer version of Project Morpheus — Sony's foray into the world of virtual reality — is slated to launch in the first half of next year. But the device itself is basically ready right now. "On the hardware side," says Shuhei Yoshida, president of worldwide studios for Sony Computer Entertainment, "we are pretty close to final."

All it really needs are some games.

At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco yesterday, Sony unveiled the second prototype of the headset, one that adds some significant improvements compared to the original that was unveiled one year ago. These include a much nicer 1920 x 1080 RGB OLED display, a 120hz refresh rate for "super low latency," and a more ergonomic design that makes it easier to put...

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Indie games could help save the Wii U [The Verge - All Posts]

Owning a Nintendo console means being patient. While the company's internally developed games are as amazing as ever, the Wii U, and to a lesser extent the 3DS, are largely bereft of third-party content. Once Mario Kart comes out, all you can do is wait until The Legend of Zelda arrives. But the company may finally have found a solution for the quiet periods in-between big Nintendo games: smaller, digital releases from indie studios.

It's far from a unique concept; Sony has been aggressively pursuing indie developers for some time, while Microsoft recently followed suit with its ID@Xbox program. Nintendo has also released a number of independently developed titles in the past, but it never approached the endeavor with the same fervor...

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Ben Kingsley mind-jumps into Ryan Reynolds in the first trailer for Selfless [The Verge - All Posts]

Ryan Reynolds hasn't exactly had the best success at the box office lately, but maybe jumping into some stylish sci-fi will help change that. This is the first trailer from Selfless, a film about a dying mogul (Ben Kingsley) who discovers that the best way to prolong his life is to actually have his consciousness transferred into the body of a younger man (an "empty vessel," a sufficiently creepy-looking scientist says). As one might expect, Kingsley-turned-Reynolds then has a) a lot of party-down fun times, because he's suddenly in the body of a young good-looking guy, and then b) suffers complications, when the memories of his host body start coming back to him.

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McDonald's will phase out chicken treated with human antibiotics in the US [The Verge - All Posts]

McDonald's US locations will stop buying chicken raised using human antibiotics within the next two years, Reuters reports. The unprecedented move is meant to help the restaurant win back customers who want to eat more "natural" meat. But that doesn't mean that the chain's chicken will be antibiotic-free by 2017. Instead, the company will buy chicken from farmers who use ionophores — antibiotics that aren't used on humans.

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A man has been detained for firing bullets at NSA headquarters [The Verge - All Posts]

An unidentified man has been taken into custody by the FBI for firing bullets into the NSA headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland. The building was struck by bullets on Tuesday, and the same suspect is believed to have fired shots at a number of other locations in the preceding weeks. No employees were hurt in the shooting, although two truck drivers reported minor injuries from earlier incidents.

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Hillary Clinton ran her own email servers as Secretary of State [The Verge - All Posts]

The personal email address that Hillary Clinton used exclusively during her time as Secretary of State wasn't your typical Gmail, Hotmail, or Yahoo account. Instead, Clinton operated her own email server traced to an internet service registered to the Clinton residence in Chappequa, New York, according to the Associated Press. The report does not say where the server itself was based. Clinton did not use an email address issued by the State Department while in office, which would have made it far simpler for the federal government to retain copies of her messages as is required under the Federal Records Act.

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Video: Origami on the dance floor [Boing Boing]

Dancing paper cranes (with moving electromagnets below their feet).

Like Iggy Pop? Thank your grandparents [Boing Boing]

From The Birth of Rock and Roll, by Jim Linderman

From The Birth of Rock and Roll, by Jim Linderman

Ben Marks says: "Jim Linderman's new book, The Birth of Rock and Roll, drops on March 24, but Lisa Hix has just published a preview and conversation with the author today. Read the rest

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