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Techdirt: DailyDirt: Bring Out Your Dead...
Disposing of dead bodies is usually not a funny topic for anyone -- except for maybe Monty Python. But until we figure out how to cheat death, we're going to need to deal with corpses. Burying the dead six feet under might not be practical in some places,...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 5:45pm -07:00T (236 words)
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Slashdot: Google's Niantic Labs Sorry Over Death Camps In Smartphone Game
New submitter LunaticTippy writes: For those unfamiliar with Ingress, the game has GPS coordinate portals that correspond to real world locations, players then use smartphones to battle for control of these portals. Many public locations with historical o...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 5:45pm -07:00T (275 words)
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Slashdot: Naval Research Interested In Bringing 3D Printing To Large Scale For Ships
coondoggie writes: The Navy this month will outline what it is looking for from additive manufacturing or 3D printing technology as way to bolster what it terms "fleet readiness." The Office of Naval Research will on July 15 detail its Quality Metal Addit...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 5:45pm -07:00T (262 words)
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Ars Technica: Student claims Wassenaar Agreement prevents him from publishing dissertation
Grant Willcox, a student studying ethical hacking at the University of Northumbria in the UK, is claiming that the Wassenaar Agreement, an arms control treaty that was expanded last year to prohibit the export of various kinds of software exploit, is fo...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 5:45pm -07:00T (200 words)
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hack a day: Optics Laboratory Made From LEGO
16A lot of engineers, scientists, builders, makers, and hackers got their start as children with LEGO. Putting those bricks together, whether following the instructions or not, really brings out the imagination. It’s not surprising that some people ...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 7:00pm -07:00T (231 words)
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Techdirt: Let's Encrypt Releases Transparency Report -- All Zeroes Across The Board
We've talked a bit about the important security certificate effort being put together by EFF, Mozilla and others, called Let's Encrypt, which will offer free HTTPS security certificates, making it much easier to encrypt the web. They've been busy working ...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 7:00pm -07:00T (311 words)
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Slashdot: The Plan To Bring Analytics To eSports
An anonymous reader writes: We're used to seeing instant replays, halftime analysis and in depth analytics in traditional sports, but now they're coming to eSports too. A new start-up, Dojo Madness, is hoping to bring the same techniques to games like Lea...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 8:15pm -07:00T (328 words)
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Techdirt: How Section 1201 Of The Copyright Statute Threatens Innovation
It would take many, many blog posts to fully articulate all the ways that modern copyright law threatens innovation. But one notable way is through Section 1201 of the copyright statute. As discussed previously, Section 1201 is ostensibly supposed to m...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 8:15pm -07:00T (1531 words)
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Slashdot: Rocket Labs Picks New Zealand For Its Launch Site
schwit1 writes: The small sat rocket company Rocket Labs has chosen a location in New Zealand as its future launch site. Bloomberg reports: "The company didn't specify how much it was investing in the site, which is due to be completed in the fourth quart...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 10:45pm -07:00T (345 words)
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hack a day: Hackaday Prize Entry: What To Do With A Bunch Of Old Computer Adapters
Back in the old days of 2014 when Radio Shack still existed, you could drive up to any strip mall in America and buy D-sub connectors that were made all the way back in 1972. Yes, connectors for all those SCSI, serial, parallel, and other weird ports you&...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 10:45pm -07:00T (294 words)
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Ars Technica: Kim Dotcom appeals US seizure of his millions, jet skis, and more
Kim Dotcom and his co-defendants have filed an appeal to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, arguing that the long list of property that was seized under American civil forfeiture was done so improperly. Last month, a New Zealand court found in favor of t...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 5:45pm -07:00T (127 words)
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Slashdot: Trolls No Longer Welcome In New Zealand
An anonymous reader writes: Legislation designed to prevent cyber-bullying has passed its final hurdle in the New Zealand Parliament, making it a crime to send harmful messages or put damaging images online. The Harmful Digital Communications Bill passed ...
Dateline: 2015-07-03 1:15am -07:00T (303 words)
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Ars Technica: Vinyl records are still riding that big comeback wave, sales up 38% in a year
On Thursday, Nielsen Music released its 2015 US mid-year report, finding that overall music consumption had increased by 14 percent in the first half of the year. What's driving that boom? Well, certainly a growth in streaming—on-demand streaming incr...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 8:15pm -07:00T (172 words)
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TechCrunch: Tips For Finding Success As A Female Engineer
 It was apparent from the first time I took a computer programming class in high school that it was one of the few subjects that really excited me. Initially, it was just an option I was trying out, but I soon knew that engineering was what I wanted to ma...
Dateline: 2015-07-02 7:00pm -07:00T (80 words)
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hack a day: Tiny x86 Systems With Graphics Cards
The Intel Edison is out, and that means there’s someone out there trying to get a postage-stamp sized x86 machine running all those classic mid-90s games that just won’t work with modern hardware. The Edison isn’t the only tiny single bo...
Dateline: 2015-07-03 1:15am -07:00T (210 words)
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