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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Sunspots 260

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


Humor:
(or something) CNN reports that about 300 chefs in Lebanon constructed the largest plate of hummus in history -- more than 11 tons of it.

Science: 
Wired reports on the ingredients in a particular brand of diaper cream.

Sports: 
Wired reports that a Penn State University graduate student has figured out how to make the home football crowd sound louder, thus hampering the opponents.

Computing:
Wired reports on a new doctor-rating web service. As they say, why should it be easier to find a review of a camera than a cardiologist?

A Wired commentator is really angry (with some reason) at how Facebook deals with privacy issues. And did you know that Facebook may censor some Facebook messages (apparently those that include links to a competitor)?



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2 comments:

i am Grateful... Kerry i am. said...

Interesting things... thanks.

Martin LaBar said...

Thanks, Kerry i am. I thought so, too.