Daily Archives: March 30, 2012


Now that's multi-tasking!

Now that's multi-tasking!

Reshared post from +Tom Merritt

Holy cow. Have you seen this +Molly Wood ?

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130 Simpsons episodes at once
Romssonson created a single YouTube video displaying a grid of 130 miniature Simpsons episodes:

About the video:
-Top to bottom: each row shows a season (from season 1 to season 10)
-Left to right: each column shows an episode (from episode 1 to episode 13)
A total of 130 episodes is displayed, framerate is 25fps, thumbnails have been captured at 80x60px
Watching +100 The Simpsons episodes at the same time (experiment) (via Kottke)

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If they were able to fake the landings in the first place, photoshopping these images…

If they were able to fake the landings in the first place, photoshopping these images now is clearly a no-brainer.

Truthfully, it's cool to see these new images

#nasa #apollo #lro

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NASA –
LRO Multimedia

NASA.gov brings you images, videos and interactive features from the unique perspective of America‚Äôs space agency. Get the latest updates on NASA missions, subscribe to blogs, RSS feeds and podcasts,…

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Vint Cerf is exactly right and the whole concept of the "right to be forgotten"…

Vint Cerf is exactly right and the whole concept of the "right to be forgotten" is fundamentally flawed.

Not only is impossible from a technical perspective, it's bad from a policy perspective. Implementing something like will inevitably be abused by those that simply don't like the information that is out there, true or not.

We just need to get through this transition period to a time when people's online behavior is adjusted to the new reality.

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Vint Cerf comes down hard on the EU's proposed 'right to be forgotten' policy
While Vint Cerf is in the UK attending the launch of the Life Online, a museum exhibit that celebrates the origins of the internet, he's taking the time to voice his concern over what he sees as a…

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