Thursday, 17 April

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Read the List of 2013's Most Frequently Banned Books [Bitch Blogs]

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The Dayton Metro Library created this flag of the 100 most-challenged books from 1990-2000. Photo via Flickr

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Twitter parody account holder sought in police raid [Ars Technica]

Don't mock the Mayor Jim Ardis of Peoria as you just might be jailed and fined.

Illinois police seized computers and mobile phones while raiding a house whose owner was suspected of parodying the town mayor on Twitter.

In all, five people following the Tuesday evening raid were taken to the Peoria Police Department station for questioning, local media report.

"They just asked me about the Twitter account, if I knew anything about it,” Michelle Pratt, 27, told the Journal Star.

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No Romulans, just angry volunteers: One man’s journey to restore Star Trek’s bridge [Ars Technica]

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Star Trek may be the series that bred fandom as we know it, but even among the Trekkies, Huston Huddleston is standing out: he's about to unveil the chair from where no one has gone before. Sort of.

Huddleston is a working screenwriter who, back in 2011, started on a journey to restore the signature modern Star Trek set piece—the entire bridge of the NCC-1701-D. The bridge was home to Capt. Jean-Luc Picard and his crew on The Next Generation, but it was actually destroyed during the filming of Star Trek: Generations, where the Enterprise crash-lands onto the surface of Veridian III. Following the conclusion of the show and its related films, only four replicas were made for Star Trek: The Experience, a theme park in Las Vegas that closed in 2008 after a 10-year run.

It took three years and several thousand dollars, but Huddleston now has what he believes is the most accurate representation of Picard's throne in existence. And actually, it took four chairs to get there. The captain's chair that Huddleston originally rescued (a replica to begin with) was in such bad shape that it couldn't be restored. The seat had to be remade from scratch, but it later turned out that this design was wrong too. Remake 2.0 was sold off. Huddleston now hopes he has the definitive and final version.

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The Four Best Ways to Tuck in a Shirt for Any Situation [Lifehacker]

Looking good doesn't stop at getting good fitting clothes . You still have to dress yourself. For those times you need to tuck your shirt in, The Art of Manliness shows off four different techniques.

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Suspect in custody in highway shootings [CNN.com - Top Stories]

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Paul Walker's mom drops custody bid [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Paul Walker's mother has dropped her court bid to take guardianship of the late actor's daughter, a lawyer for Cheryl Ann Walker said Thursday.

Former NFL star denied bail [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Even though he's being held in California, retired NFL star Darren Sharper was denied bail Thursday by a judge in Phoenix, Arizona, a spokesman for the Maricopa County Attorney's office said.

Terrorist group abducts Nigerian girls [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Eight of the 129 Nigerian girls abducted by Boko Haram militants are still missing, according to the Nigerian military.

MIT Designs Tsunami Proof Floating Nuclear Reactor [Slashdot]

First time accepted submitter Amtrak (2430376) writes "MIT has created designs for a nuclear plant that would avoid the downfall of the Fukushima Daiichi plant. The new design calls for the nuclear plant to be placed on a floating platform modeled after the platforms used for offshore oil drilling. A floating platform several miles offshore, moored in about 100 meters of water, would be unaffected by the motions of a tsunami; earthquakes would have no direct effect at all. Meanwhile, the biggest issue that faces most nuclear plants under emergency conditions — overheating and potential meltdown, as happened at Fukushima, Chernobyl, and Three Mile Island — would be virtually impossible at sea."

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Wu-Tang Clan fans pooling $5 million to buy sole copy of the group's next album [The Verge - All Posts]

There's truly a Kickstarter project for just about everything. Case in point: a new fundraising effort to pool together $5 million to buy the upcoming Wu-Tang Clan album, which the group is planning make available to only one lucky person. Last month, Wu-Tang Clan member Robert "RZA" Digg described the album, called The Wu — Once Upon a Time In Shaolin, as a true collectors item, something equivalent to "having the scepter of an Egyptian king." The group's already been offered $5 million for it, putting it well out of the reach of normal humans. And that's not sitting well with two twenty-somethings from California and Utah, who have taken to Kickstarter to raise those funds collectively, then distribute the album to backers:

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Sony extends PS4's lead over Xbox One despite 'Titanfall' launch [The Verge - All Posts]

Titanfall was the best-selling game for the month of March, according to NPD, but it didn't help Microsoft take the lead in the latest console war. Today, Microsoft has announced that the Xbox One has shipped over five million units, but yesterday Sony reported selling seven million units of the PlayStation 4. That's a sizable lead for Sony, especially considering that Sony says those consoles were actually sold to consumers, not just those sitting on retail shelves. (The PlayStation 4 is frequently sold out.)

Still, it's important to note that neither company is losing this battle: both Sony and Microsoft's gaming machines are doing fantastically well. The Xbox One may not be the top seller, but Microsoft says it sold 311,000 consoles...

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Winner of the Remix "The Fifth Beatle" giveaway [Boing Boing]

I recently reviewed the incredible graphic novel biography, The Fifth Beatle: The Brain Epstein Story, written by Vivek J. Tiwary and illustrated by Andrew C. Robinson and Kyle Baker. (It was just nominated for two Eisner awards!)

Last week I announced that Wink (a paper book review website that my wife Carla Sinclair edits) was holding a giveaway of the rare signed, numbered, slipcased "Limited Edition" of The Fifth Beatle, which is limited to 1500 copies, signed by all three creators and comes with an exclusive tip-in page of art. Entrants to the giveaway were asked to write their own text for the word balloons in the panel above. (Clockwise L-R John Lennon, George Harrison, Brian Epstein, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney. NOTE: John has 2 balloons.)

The entries were judged by Vivek J. Tiwary himself, and he selected a winner for the limited edition and a runner-up for a regular edition.

Winner: Frunker

A: okay guys, the show was amazing but I really need a shower. NOW.
B: so put your holy light on the world mighty John and show us the way home!
C: "And God made two great lights, the greater light to govern the day and the lesser light to govern the night"
D: guys this is actually a van, not a church.
E: so...let there be light!
F: Finally. Thank God.

Runner Up: audiochunk

A: One sweet dream
B: Pick up the bags and get in the limousine
C: Soon we'll be away from here
D: Step on the gas and wipe that tear away
E: One sweet dream came true today
F: Yes it did...

Congratulations, Frunker and audiochunk!

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Portland, Oregon Dumps Millions of Gallons of Drinking Water After Teen Urinates Into Reservoir [INHABITAT]

Portland administrators have agreed to flush away 38 million gallons of formerly clean drinking water from Mt. Tabor Reservoir after a Portland Water Bureau video camera caught a teenager urinating directly into the City of Roses’ drinking supply. The 19-year-old was apprehended and eventually given a citation for public urination, but the damage to the water supply is already done. The video caught the teen and some friends messing around doing typical teen stuff near the reservoir, but the highlight was when one teen stopped, leaned against the iron fence, hitched up his pants and decided to contaminate the water supply.

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How hard is it to find a black box? [CNN.com - Top Stories]

CNN's Martin Savidge shows how difficult it is to locate a black box from just 50 feet underwater.

Polygamist Warren Jeffs' ranch seized [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Texas authorities initiated the seizure of the 1,600-acre ranch where prosecutors say polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs and others sexually abused children, officials said Thursday.

World's best Easter egg hunts [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Searching living rooms and stair closets wears thin after five or ten times. There are more adventurous egg trails out there.

In Mississippi, Gov't Text Messages Are Officially Public Records [Slashdot]

New submitter Chris Elkins (3620071) writes "Text messages [by public officials about government business] are now officially considered public records. An investigative reporter fought for access to what he believed were public records. He took his fight to the state and won. Mississippi open government and transparency advocates view this unanimous commission opinion as precedent-setting for all government bodies and public officials in the state."

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Even Chimps Know That A Firm Bed Makes For Quality Sleep [News]

A new study looking at the nests made by chimpanzees in Uganda found that they prefer a type of tree that gives them a firm and secure sleeping platform.

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Tabasco And Beer-Flavored: Not Your Easter Bunny's Jelly Beans [News]

On the eve of Easter and National Jelly Bean Day, let us probe the mysterious origins and unexpected ascendency of the humble candy. And to celebrate, we've sampled Jelly Belly's newest flavors.

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President Obama's Favorite County — At Least When It Comes to Giving Speeches [News]

President Obama has visited Prince George's County, Md., four times this year. It is the most affluent county with an African American majority, and also happens to be very close to the White House.

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Twenty-first Century Home Repair [ongoing by Tim Bray]

What happened was, a horrible windstorm took a big branch off the neighbors’ maple; it reduced one of our eavestroughs to scrap metal on the way down. Getting it fixed was (surprisingly) Net-mediated and pain-free.

I say “surprisingly” because every homeowner knows the pain of dealing with residential construction/repair contractors. They’re hard to reach, they tend not to show up on schedule, their interest in your job is inversely proportional to its size, and they’re relentless upsellers: “Fix that gutter? I’m not sure it’s worthwhile, why don’t we put in new gutters all around and hey, it’d be a good time to re-do the roof while we’re up there!”

I looked up a couple rain-mitigation businesses online and called them both on a Thursday. One was closed for the day, but at the other an intelligent human answered the phone, took the address and the details and said “I’ll send a guy around, we’ll get back to you by Tuesday.” On Monday I got an email from Conner quoting a price that sounded pretty reasonable. But I’d noticed that the next gutter over was a bit bashed too, so I asked about that. He wrote back in an hour saying he’d have the guys look at it, and if it did need fixing, it’d be pretty cheap because half the cost was getting the crew and truck and ladders and so on over to our place.

They came and fixed it that week, did a great job, emailed me the invoice as quoted, and I called up and read my credit-card number to the accountant.

It’s weird that this experience is so unique I feel the urge to blog it. But yep, pretty soon the whole business world will have entered the 21st century, and will life ever be less irritating.

By the way, if you’re in Vancouver, I recommend Precision Gutters.

Facebook wants to help you find your friends, but do you want the help? [The Verge - All Posts]

Beep. Beep beep. Beep beep beep. There is a Myspace user nearby. There is a Myspace user nearby. Wait, I'm sorry. It seems the user accidentally visited Myspace when he was actually looking for a site called MyFace which determines what two people’s baby would look like. We will continue to track Myspace and alert you when someone finally logs on.

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Crafts store Michaels confirms 3 million credit card numbers stolen in hack [The Verge - All Posts]

Back in January, arts and crafts retail giant Michaels announced that it was investigating a potential security breach, and now the company has confirmed that millions of credit cards may have been compromised by a cyberattack. The company says that the attack targeted its point-of-sale systems at a "varying number" of stores from May 8th, 2013 through January 27, 2014. Overall, some 2.6 million credit and debit cards may have been affected, which is about seven percent of cards used in its stores over that timeframe.

The Michaels website has details on what specific stores were targeted and at what times they were vulnerable, so concerned customers can go and check to see if their credit card info was potentially hacked. While it...

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A record shop of fictional albums [Boing Boing]

Toby Barlow says: "Attention music lovers, designers, art directors, this is a very fun project we have just launched. We're going to create a record shop of fictional albums, and we would like you to be a part of it. Remember the lost art of the album? When you would stare at the Roxy Music, Iron Maiden, Clash, Smashing Pumpkins, Prince, Zeppelin, Cure, Yes or Joy Division album cover for hours at end? This is your chance to make AND sell your own album. For details, or to get involved, contact us here."






Gabriel García Márquez, Nobel laureate novelist, 1927-2014 [Boing Boing]

Novelist Gabriel García Márquez, whose One Hundred Years of Solitude "established him as a giant of 20th-century literature," died today at his home in Mexico City. He was 87.

From the New York Times obituary:

“Each new work of his is received by expectant critics and readers as an event of world importance,” the Swedish Academy of Letters said in awarding him the Nobel.

Mr. García Márquez was considered the supreme exponent, if not the creator, of the literary genre known as magic realism, in which the miraculous and the real converge. In his novels and stories, storms rage for years, flowers drift from the skies, tyrants survive for centuries, priests levitate, and corpses fail to decompose. And, more plausibly, lovers rekindle their passion after a half century apart.

Magic realism, he said, sprang from Latin America’s history of vicious dictators and romantic revolutionaries, of long years of hunger, illness and violence. In accepting his Nobel, Mr. García Márquez said: “Poets and beggars, musicians and prophets, warriors and scoundrels, all creatures of that unbridled reality, we have had to ask but little of imagination. For our crucial problem has been a lack of conventional means to render our lives believable.”

“Be calm. God awaits you at the door.” — Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez, Love in the Time of Cholera.

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How we are dying [Boing Boing]

Bloomberg Visual Data reports on the ways people die, and how they have changed over time. The most interesting part of the report is about dementia and Alzheimer's:

The downside to living so long is that it dramatically increases the odds of getting dementia or Alzheimer's. That's why total deaths in the 75+ category has stayed constant despite impressive reductions in the propensity to die of heart disease.

The rise of Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia has had a big impact on healthcare costs because these diseases kill the victim slowly.

About 40% of the total increase in Medicare spending since 2011 can be attributed to greater spending on Alzheimer's treatment.

How Americans Die






This Day in Blogging History: TODOCAT; Jokes from the Cultural Revolution; Mickey Mouse's dwindling brand [Boing Boing]

One year ago today
TODOCAT: a cat-meme-based to-do-list manager: I fucking hate cat memes, but I love to-do lists. I love this cat meme to-do list manager.

Five years ago today
Jokes from the Cultural Revolution: Wang Hongwen went to see Marshal Zhu De, requesting him to hand over power. "You may take over, but only if you can make this egg stand upright," Zhu said, while handling him an egg. After trying for several days, Wang was still unable to make it stand, so he went to see Deng Xiaoping for help.

Ten years ago today
Mickey Mouse's dwindling brand: Mr. Sendak is hardly alone in mourning the mouse's decline. "Boring," "embalmed," "neglected," "irrelevant," "deracinated" and, perhaps most damning, "over" are some of the adjectives that cropped up in recent interviews with people in the cartoon, movie and marketing businesses.







75-year-old human cloned for the production of stem cells [Ars Technica]

Several years ago, as the therapeutic potential of stem cells was first being recognized, the only way to create them was to harvest cells from an early embryo. That embryo could come from the large collection of those that weren't used during in vitro fertilization work. But to get one that was genetically matched to the person who needed the therapy, researchers had to create an embryo that's a genetic duplicate of that individual—meaning they had to clone them.

With the development of induced stem cells, work on this approach largely fell by the wayside—induced cells were easier to create and came without the ethical baggage. But there are some lingering doubts that the induced cells are truly as flexible as the ones derived from an embryo, leading a number of labs to continue exploring cloning for therapeutic purposes. Now, a collaboration of US and Korean researchers have succeeded in creating early embryos from two adult humans and converted the embryos to embryonic stem cells.

The method used is called somatic cell nuclear transplant. It involves taking an unfertilized egg and removing its nucleus, thereby deleting the DNA of the egg donor. At the same time, a nucleus from the cell of a donor is carefully removed and injected into the egg. After some time, during which the environment of the egg resets the developmental status of the donor's DNA, cell division is activated. If the process is successful, the end result is a small cluster of cells that starts along the path of forming an embryo.

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New search engine points way to buy drugs, guns [Ars Technica]

Looking online for some good weed, assault rifles, or stolen credit cards? One reddit user has just the thing.

With its intuitive, Google-like interface, a new search engine, called Grams, offers users a new tool to find sites, not indexed by standard search engines, that are selling illicit materials.

The search engine can only be accessed through the Tor anonymizing browser.

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Whale-Shaped Floating Garden Designed to Clean the World’s Rivers [INHABITAT]

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Vincent Callebaut, visionary behind the Lilypad and Dragonfly, has created a whale-shaped floating garden designed to drift through the world’s rivers while purifying their waters. The Physalia is a self-sufficient ecosystem that generates all the power it needs from the sun and works to reduce water pollution through bio-filtration.

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Do Not Disturb Disables an Assortment of Annoyances Around the Web [Lifehacker]

Do Not Disturb Disables an Assortment of Annoyances Around the Web

Chrome: Ad blockers are a popular, if controversial group of software, but they don't cover everything. Do Not Disturb ups the ante by blocking content widgets, data miners, and a bunch of other things that might annoy you.

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How to Cultivate a Creative Thinking Habit [Lifehacker]

How to Cultivate a Creative Thinking Habit

Think of your most common habits and the regular culprits come to mind—biting your nails, snacking late at night, cracking your knuckles. Do something enough times and it becomes a behavioral pattern you do almost involuntarily. But is creativity any different?

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GoogolPlex Adds Tons of Commands to Siri, No Jailbreak Required [Lifehacker]

Siri seems to get new powers all the time, but it's still not useful unless you're really hooked into Apple's apps. If you want to add some new commands and don't mind a slow response time, GoogolPlex is a clever little hack that let you control Spotify, a Nest Thermostat, and more.

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Just like on the desktop, the official Google Calendar app on Android now autocompletes the "Locatio [Lifehacker]

Just like on the desktop, the official Google Calendar app on Android now autocompletes the "Location" entry using Google Maps. It's a small update, but hugely useful. Read more here.

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Outlook.com Can Now Import Mail from Other IMAP Mail Services [Lifehacker]

Outlook.com Can Now Import Mail from Other IMAP Mail Services

If you're a fan of Outlook.com but still use a few other accounts for mail—like Gmail or Yahoo—you can import your mail and manage it from Outlook.com's awesome interface.

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Watch Chelsea announce pregnancy [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton announces she is expecting her first child this year at an event in New York.

Salvage official: How we search [CNN.com - Top Stories]

The wreckage of Malaysia Flight 370 has yet to be found, and the world has been riveted as search operations attempt to pinpoint the aircraft wreckage on the seafloor and begin to raise it.

Drone finds 1,000-year-old village [CNN.com - Top Stories]

Archaeologists used a drone to peer through the dry New Mexican desert to find this hidden treasure. KRQE has more.

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