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    This Is Spinal Tap’s $400 Million Lawsuit

    In comedy, as in rock ’n’ roll, nothing is quite as easy as it looks. And so it makes sense that several years before the 1984 release of the legendary rock ’n’ roll mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap, director Rob Reiner and stars and co-writers Michael McKean, Christopher Guest, and Harry Shearer first had to make a shorter version of the same movie: a sort of sample-size Spinal Tap, meant to whet the appetite of studios that might bankroll the real thing.

  • 2 days ago
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    Looks more like feces than mud.. just sayin.

  • 3 days ago
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    Zelda Fan Game Turns Breath of the Wild Prototype Into Thing You Can Play

    Earlier this year, Nintendo showed off a 2D version of Zelda that it used to conceptualize some of the mechanics in Breath of the Wild. It was cool! No surprise, then, that a fan decided to recreate that prototype so that anyone could play it.

  • 4 days ago
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    Could a student's death change Pakistan's blasphemy laws?

    The brutal mob killing of a university student who was accused of committing blasphemy has caused outrage in Pakistan. The country has strict and controversial blasphemy laws - which human rights groups say are often used to unfairly target religious minorities or settle personal scores. Could this case prove a turning point?

  • 6 days ago
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    Justice Department Warns 'Sanctuary Cities,' With Grant Money At Risk

    The U.S. Justice Department has escalated its approach to so-called sanctuary cities, writing at least eight jurisdictions Friday to put them on notice they could be failing to cooperate with immigration authorities. Alan Hanson, the acting assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's grant-making arm, warned the cities that they're required to submit proof that they comply with federal immigration law.

  • 11 days ago
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    Snapchat Is Under Heavy Fire

    The famous social networking app for sending self destructing messages is under heavy fire in India and Spain. The two countries cumulatively account for over 10 Million users in Snapchat’s database, and the number is certainly important for a growing social network. Yet, Evan Spiegel (CEO ) doesn’t think so. After Variety.com reported that in a 2015 meeting Evan Spiegel allegedly said that Snapchat is only for the “rich people” and he has no intentions of expanding its user base in ‘...

  • 11 days ago
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    US F-35 fighter jets arrive in Europe for the first time

    A fleet of F-35 stealth fighter jets has arrived in Europe from the United States as part of a planned NATO exercise aimed at “deterring” Russia. The F-35A Lightning II jets landed at Royal Air Force Base in Lakenheath, England Saturday, having made the journey from Hill Air Force Base, Utah. “The forward presence of F-35s support my priority of having ready and postured forces here in Europe,” said NATO’s supreme allied commander for Europe General Curtis M. Scaparrotti in an official...

  • 12 days ago
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    Syria war: 'At least 68 children among 126 killed' in bus bombing

    The explosion targeted buses carrying evacuees from besieged Syrian towns on Saturday.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Nintendo talks Switch - origins / creation, going with one screen, name, online play, January event, much more

    A little while back, Famitsu published an interview with Nintendo’s Shinya Takahashi and Yoshiaki Koizumi all about Switch in one of its issues. It was extremely extensive, covering the system’s origins and early development (including some involvement from Satoru Iwata). The two developers also touched on numerous other topics such as going with a single screen, choosing the name out of thousands, tying in smartphone usage to online play and making it paid, system updates, VR, and why the J...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Ancient particle accelerator discovered on Mars

    The search for water, or even signs of life, on the planet Mars has been ongoing for some time. But with today’s announcement by CERN and NASA scientists, the exploration of the red planet has revealed a major new discovery. New images of the surface of Mars taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter probe, analysed by an interdisciplinary team of experts from the fields of geology, archaeology and particle physics, have revealed the presence of the largest particle accelerator ever built.

  • 1 month ago
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    Pure Silicon Valley: Medium asks $5 a month for absolutely nothing

    Think of it as being your own mini-VC without shares. Silicon Valley prides itself on disrupting industries – but it has bitten off more than it can chew by trying to take on an already highly competitive market suffering from major money woes. Fancy blog platform Medium has been burning through VC money at the rate of $50m a year trying to take on the world of publishers. It has certainly succeeded in getting hits – at least within the confines of the Bay Area, where it has become the go-to...

  • 1 month ago
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    Watch Trump use this as an excuse to build the wall.

  • 1 month ago
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    These Parrots Can Make Other Parrots 'Laugh' — a First

    Forget the laughing kookaburra—kea are the birds that really tickle each other's funny bones. The highly intelligent parrot has a specific call, that—like human laughter—puts other parrots that hear it in a good mood. This makes the kea the first known non-mammal to show contagious emotion, joining the ranks of humans, rats, and chimpanzees.

  • 1 month ago
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    Typing sentences by simply thinking is possible with new technology

    For decades, researchers have worked to create a better and more direct connection between a human brain and a computer to improve the lives of people who are paralyzed or have severe limb weakness from diseases like ALS. Those advances have been notable, but now the work is yielding groundbreaking results. Special correspondent Cat Wise has the story.

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    This tiny device can record everything you say and transcribe it for you

    Senstone may be one of the world's smallest wearables — and perhaps one of the most useful. The tiny device has one function: to help you keep track of your ideas, to-do lists, and notes while you're on the go. Senstone records voice memos, uploads them to an app, and transcribes them for you. The device is launching on Kickstarter Tuesday with the goal of raising $50,000, but I got an early version of the Senstone to try out for myself.