Daily Archives: December 6, 2018

Intel Microsoft Centaurus Prototype Looks Lustastic!

YouTube Recommendations usually work at the speed of a bloated dead body floating to the surface after a long wait. So they get some credit for doing this one in just three days. Click any image to enlarge.

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Microsoft’s New Chrome-Based Browser Still Called Edge

From rumor to reality in three days: Microsoft Edge: Making the web better through more open source collaboration For the past few years, Microsoft has meaningfully increased participation in the open source software (OSS) community, becoming one of the world’s … Continue reading

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Who To Believe? An Owner Or A Technoid?

Owner: Twitter: Technoid: Review: Lenovo Yoga Book C930 … Yoga Book C930, a triumphantly pointless piece of technology that stands before the world with its fists on its hips and proudly proclaims, “We did it because we can.” This from … Continue reading

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Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Go to hell, you song-banning bastards! Baby it’s cold outside The YouTube Comments are interesting. Especially this one: The radio station that banned this song, please look into the lyrics of the top modern pop/hip hop songs that you kept … Continue reading

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Videos: Filmmaking Continuity

What Happens When A Movie Has No Script Supervisor? | Vanity Fair Movie Mistakes: When does Film Continuity REALLY Matter?

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The Revenge Effect Of High iPhone Prices

There’s a simple reason people aren’t buying iPhones like they used to iPhone owners are holding onto models for longer periods as their quality improves and the average selling price rises, leading to a slowdown in the product’s replacement cycle, … Continue reading

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More Crowdfunding Fraud

The Swede created a $400,000 Indiegogo-scam – is Zen Blanket his next project? Two years ago, Breakit wrote about a successful Indiegogo campaign called Bioring. The people behind the campaign had managed to attract thousands of individuals from around the … Continue reading

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More News About Quibi

Still a year away from launch, Meg Whitman and Jeffrey Katzenberg’s Quibi keeps adding talent The latest marquee director to sign on the dotted line with Quibi is Catherine Hardwicke, who will be helming a story around the creation of … Continue reading

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If They Want You, They Will Get You. Period.

Huawei CFO arrested in Canada, awaits US extradition Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei, the world’s largest telecom equipment manufacturer and second-largest smartphone maker, has been arrested in Vancouver, Canada on suspicion she violated U.S. trade sanctions against … Continue reading

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The Value Of Google Books

One of the most popular posts I’ve published isn’t even written by me. It’s from 1922 and I reprinted it from The American Magazine. Today it’s enjoying a bunch of hits because someone posted the link to Reddit. 1922: Why … Continue reading

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