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Code Girl
by jvolstad in #SciTech   7 comments, latest 1 year ago
More politically correct nonsense from the left coast. Want to code? Here is a pager and laptop. Deal with system problems at two in the morning. #SciTech...
How Special Relativity Makes Electromagnets Work
by Dan8267 in #scitech   6 comments, latest 1 year ago
God Damn Adobe Flash Sucks
by Dan8267 in #scitech   14 comments, latest 2 years ago
Every single day Firefox says Adobe Flash has a critical security violation and is disable until I install a new version. I've installed a new version every day for the...
Science Friday: Bangladesh bloggers getting murdered
by curious2 in #scitech   34 comments, latest 1 year ago
"A Bangladeshi blogger known for his atheist views has been hacked to death by a gang armed with machetes in the capital Dhaka, police say. Niloy Neel was attacked at...
Elementary Error
by someone else in #scitech   3 comments, latest 1 year ago
#scitech #coding #doh
How the World Map Looks Wildly Different Than You Think
by Dan8267 in #scitech   1 comment, latest 11 months ago
These graphics will make you rethink your life by Tim Urban
by BayAreaObserver in #scitech   6 comments, latest 1 year ago
In a post last year, (link below) we laid out the human lifespan visually by years, months, weeks and days. But since doing the Life in Weeks post, I've been...
common meds linked to brain changes
by curious2 in #scitech   3 comments, latest 1 year ago
"Commonly used drugs for problems like colds, allergies, depression, high blood pressure and heart disease have long been linked to cognitive impairment and dementia. Now researchers have some fresh evidence...
Drug Expiration Dates
by Dan8267 in #scitech   8 comments, latest 1 year ago
It turns out that the expiration date on a drug does stand for something, but probably not what you think it does. Since a law was passed in 1979,...
Fuck you UEFI, ASSHOLES! Die, die, die.
by Dan8267 in #scitech   4 comments, latest 1 year ago
UEFI: Uninterruptible Enema Forced by Intel Fuck you UEFI, GIVE ME BACK MY BIOS I have been working with computers since 1982 (thirty years so far), so please understand my...
Why do mirrors flip horizontally (but not vertically)?
by Dan8267 in #scitech   2 comments, latest 1 year ago
Ad block blocker blocker
by Dan8267 in #scitech   Posted 11 months ago
Gotta write one. I've been noticing these in the JavaScript heap. Time to update my degoogler to also fuck fuckAdBlock. I'll call it fuckAdBlockFucker cause it will fuck the motherfucker...
Newly Discovered Blue Whirl - It's Not Political
by BayAreaObserver in #SciTech   Posted 10 months ago
The growing worldwide demand to reduce emissions from combustion calls for development of alternative technologies for high-efficiency and low-emission combustion. Whereas fire whirls are known for their intense and disastrous...
Science Friday: Triple Treat. Eclipse, comet, full moon tonight!
by Dan8267 in #scitech   1 comment, latest 6 months ago
A few hours after the eclipse, Comet 45P, which has been visible after sunset for the past two months through binoculars and telescopes, makes its closest approach to Earth,...
IC 1101, The Largest Known Galaxy in the Universe
by Dan8267 in #scitech   3 comments, latest 1 year ago
Latest data-theft threat? Phones on drones hacking wireless printers
by BayAreaObserver in #scitech   1 comment, latest 2 years ago
A study that was actually designed to help organizations determine if they are vulnerable to spies in the sky showed that it would be relatively easy to do corporate espionage...
Technology is disrupting everything - Ron Miller
by BayAreaObserver in #Scitech   10 comments, latest 1 year ago
Yesterday attending the On-demand Economy conference at MIT. It was an interesting if somewhat academic look at the changes facing us as individuals, organizations and as a society as we...
Easy way to build your own PC in 3 hours or less
by BayAreaObserver in #SciTech   15 comments, latest 1 year ago
Antonio Villas-Boas. A few weeks ago, I decided to build my own computer — specifically one that can handle running high-resolution video games. I could've just bought a ready-made PC...
Make Google Faster and Private
by Dan8267 in #scitech   8 comments, latest 7 months ago
Google tracks your clicks on search results. And this could be done in a benevolent way to improve search results while respecting anonymity. Unfortunately Google has become increasingly creepy about...
People farting in infrared
by Dan8267 in #scitech   3 comments, latest 1 year ago
Why? Because. #scitech
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