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Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Sunspots 304

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

Science: According to Wired, astronomers believe that a decaying star is forming superfluid in its interior.
Computing: I didn't know what a Content Farm was, until I read a Wired article on what Google is doing about them. A content farm is a company that churns out lots of web pages with links to some page that they want to push, so it comes up high on Google searches.

Windows Secrets has published ten recommendations for preserving your on-line security.

Christianity: Ken Schenck, a religion professor who is familiar with the original languages, gives his take on which versions of the Bible are best for our time. It's brief, and you may want to look at the comments, too.

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