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coloring outside of the lines (and etc.)

The New York Times noted over the weekend that more mainstream and smaller comic book publishers are circulating comics with queer characters than ever before. 159 more words

Good News

The Best Phones For The Privacy-Obsessed

Blackphone 2: [T]he hardware. A 5-inch handset with a Full HD screen (protected on the outside by Gorilla Glass 3), it’s running on a 64-bit Qualcomm octa-core processor, backed by 3GB of RAM. 78 more words

Apps & Devices

Saturday Round-Up

I am rapidly finding out, as many of you may already know, the Web 2.0 world moves fast.  In my recent dealings, I came across this post’s lead image, and it struck me with both its clarity and brevity.   617 more words


FBI Investigating Attacks On Physical Internet Infrastructure In SF

Cutting internet cables isn’t easy — the fiber-optic core tends to be protected by a strong conduit, sometimes hardened steel. Other countries have seen internet cables vandalized by thieves looking for scrap metal. 47 more words

Policy & Ethics

There is one more thing

Whenever i want to stay up to date on technology I read Gizmodo. Gizmodo is great because the writers do their homework (most of the time) and i trust them. 266 more words


Guardians of Gas Exchange.

Being multi-cellular has advantages. Specialization of cells for different jobs is one advantage– akin to humans adopting agriculture, freeing up some of us to do other things. 1,349 more words

Plant Biology

New SSD Automatically Destroys Data for Enhanced Security

A new SSD (Solid State Drive) can be set to automatically wipe data stored in the drive, ensuring maximum privacy through an extreme layer of security. 351 more words