A collection of articles from Serious Eats for June 20, 2013.
Why monopolies make government spying easy; an stunning animation from an art exhibit in Toronto; the mysterious fate of the Library of Alexandria; and a hot new track from the lo-fi pop group “The Love Language”.
A collection of articles from TechCrunch for June 19, 2013.
Massive protests rock Brazil, a handy guide to the healthiest foods at Trader Joe's, the coolest flags in human history, 8 hours of fresh tunes for your summer playlist, and the melt value of sports trophies.
A collection of articles from TechCrunch for June 18, 2013.
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A collection of articles and videos related to teachers using Facebook.
Leaked documents shed some light on the NSA's PRISM program, which reportedly gathers info from Facebook, Apple, Google and other tech and online companies.
Wedding season is upon us and more likely than not you'll watch at least one couple recite their vows this summer. But are you familiar with wedding etiquette? If not, read on.
A new study claims life on earth came from asteroids and comets, Anonymous leaks a trove of NSA docs, Japan's new super fast trains, and could we speak to dolphins?
We can expect advances that will take us places where we haven't gone before in the internet, according to Discovery Channel expert,Lee Rainie,in this "Curiosity" series.
How the internet ruined Arrested Development, the return of cicadas and one of the largest insect outbreaks on earth, Jacques Cousteau’s 1960s underwater sea village, and how fast can a human run?
Why stress is good for you, a visualization of Apple's off shelter tax scheme, Australia's solar revolution and the printing of solar cells, a google earth scan for human features, and why teens are like, umm...totes bummed on Facebook.
New clue to why women live longer, building a supercomputer replica of the human brain, meet the man whose face floats in space on a golden record, and the science of a basketball player on a hot streak.
What really happened when Facebook bought Instagram, the future of long-term digital storage at the Internet Archive, a cure for gray hair and big data invades Hollywood.
Summer's around the corner, which means garage-sale season is almost here! If you've had unsuccessful sales in the past, consult this board for ways to make your sale-hosting experience better.
There was no official courtship,or a shot gun wedding.The two met in cyberspace and it was love at first sight! That doesn't mean they don't squabble like most married couples!
What is the difference between freedom of speech and threats that warrant legal action? Comments and dialogue online (via twitter, facebook, blogs, and more), force us to examine our language, word, and subject in public & private speech.
Facebook's newest search engine, "Facebook Graph Search," has gained much attention since its release. The new search engine enables users to search and access more data and search for people based on interests.
The revival of psychedelic science, what happens when one man pings the whole internet, incredible photographs of naturally occurring fractals, 5 buttons that should never have been pressed, and can Facebook guess your weight?
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