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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Sunspots 246

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else: 

Humor:(Not exactly, but I don't have a category for this one) The New York Times reports that prisoners are prohibited from playing Dungeons and Dragons in Wisconsin, and the ban has held up under a lawsuit. 

Finally, there's a way to tell the color of some dinosaurs, according to a report on NPR.

Wired reports that playing simulated games has a real impact on the way professional athletes play their sport.

Wired reports that even careful, very careful, computer use may not make your computer activity untraceable

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atlibertytosay said...

On computers being untraceable - I think Apple Computers have a better track record - excuse the pun.

Martin LaBar said...

Your are excused, atlibertytosay.

As I read the article, if anything, I'd expect less common operating systems and fonts to stand out more, be more unique, rather than the reverse.