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When Saturday night’s leap second glitch hit Reddit, Jason Harvey didn’t realize it was the leap second glitch. He thought it was some sort of internet slowdown related to the massive Amazon cloud outage that brought down some of the web’s most popular services less than 24 hours earlier.

from AllThingsD

So What Exactly Can Location Aggregators Do With Our Foursquare Data?

Why you should be careful with your Foursquare and Facebook check-ins

The Pioneer Anomaly, a 30-Year-Old Cosmic Mystery, May Be Resolved At Last | Popular Science

Ever get a paper airplane up to 2,703 feet and 98 miles per hour? No? Well, yours probably didn't weigh 800 pounds and get released from a helicopter.

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10 Cool & Creative Candle Designs That Will Light Your Heart On Fire

Browse inspirational selections of amazing technology here. - Visit: TheEndearingDesigner.com

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Remembering Tom Davis, 1952-2012

Remembering Tom Davis: 'SNL' Writer, Al Franken's Comedy Partner, And A True Comedy Original. "He was there from the beginning. No one saw things the way that Tom did," Lorne Michaels said in the wake of his passing. "He was funny, he was original and he was always there to help, no matter the hour. And I always trusted his laugh. I can still kinda hear it."

Because we don't spend a large chunk of time up there, we haven't done too much research on the long-term health effects of living on the moon. But a paper titled "Toxicity of Lunar Dust," covering several aspects of the effects of moon dust on the human body, offers some insight: the moon is basically trying to kill you.

from Washington Post

This is the successor to the SR-71 Blackbird, and it is gorgeous

This is the successor to the SR-71 Blackbird, and it is gorgeous.

50 useful keyboard shortcuts. Re-pinned by #Europass
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50 Keyboard Shortcuts Which Will Change Your Life #infographic

50 useful keyboard shortcuts. Re-pinned by #Europass

from USA TODAY

Amazon testing delivery by drone, CEO Bezos says

Amazon tests drone delivery through a program called PrimeAir.