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Tuesday, June 19 2018

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Where you from?

Sci & TechYour genes betray your origins.
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Nuke it

Sci & TechUnwise microwave experiments.
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Not that kind of GoogleTalk

Sci & TechUse Google to write.  No, no, no, I'm not talking about Writely, which, you're rightly, Google did acquirely.  The first link builds sentences by looking for the next likely word, based on searches.
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Wherein our hero posts the first of many links to music creation software

Sci & TechI haven't tried this (AcidXpress) yet, but i did download MediainLinux and Musix (both Knoppix variants loaded up with thinks like Hydrogen and Rosegarden) so that I could have Garageband without a Mac.  Sadly, both of the Linuxes don't work with my sound card in my dekstop.  
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Screensaving Coolness

Sci & TechOnly a real nerd would be into really slick screensavers.

I am into really slick screen screensavers.

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Hunkin is my Hero

Sci & TechOh, my, look at all the swell experiments one can do.
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Fix me a cuppa tea...

Sci & TechThe Straight Dope answers "why are women always cold?"
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Destroying The Earth is Harder Than You Think

Sci & TechSomeone's done an analysis about how hard it is to destroy the earth.
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Everyday backwards

Sci & TechI dig this AskMe question about contranormal (yes, I made that up) design for nearly-everyday things.
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What is the meaning of "better"?

Sci & TechI've heard that Ogg Vorbis is better than MP3---the files are smaller for the same quality, it's more mathematically elegant, etc. But, really, it doesn't matter if the de facto standard for playing is MP3. On the other hand... what if MP3 players could also play Ogg Vorbis?