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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Sunspots 372

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:
Science:  National Public Radio reports that some of the most ancient cave paintings might have been done by Neanderthals, rather than by early humans.

The Arts: (or something) McDonald's has released a video showing how they prepare a burger for use in advertising.

Computing: Wired reports on the best Android tablet computer for kids.

Wired also reports that Apple is no longer claiming that Mac computers are not susceptible to viruses, and for good reasons. (To be fair, there are more viruses that attack Windows computers, mostly because there are more Windows computers to attack.)

(or The Arts, or something) The New York Times reviews a book about the project to create an android version of the late Philip K. Dick, who wrote, among things, "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?"

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