- Reflected hidden faces in photographs revealed in pupil | KurzweilAI. Zoom in. Stop. Enhance.
- Seven tips for recreating a big NYE night out in the comfort of your own home - Sydneyland
- More Than 300 Sharks In Australia Are Now On Twitter : All Tech Considered : NPR. Tagged sharks trigger twitter posts when they are close to shore.
- 30 Reasons Why James Blunt Won At Twitter In 2013 | The Poke:. Ignoring the standard-issue over-inflated headline for a second, James Blunt is actually pretty funny with his hecklers.
- Tony Abbott urged to rethink climate policy after hottest year on record | Environment | theguardian.com:
PM called 'reckless ideologue who ignores science and is intent on listening to people who are part of the tinfoil hat brigade'
- Happy 40th birthday to Dungeons and Dragons | Mary Hamilton | Comment is free | theguardian.com:
Over time gaming becomes more than a bonding experience: it’s something that can be tailored, like a film night or a book club, to the shared desires of your group. You can explore darkness, horror and fear; you can explore the giddy heights of utter ridiculousness; you can do both, with the same people, at the same time. These days, it's a versatile hobby.
- Reckless travellers could be charged for consular assistance: Bishop:
In News Ltd papers on Saturday Ms Bishop was reported to have outlined a review of fees for cost recovery of consular activities for Australians in trouble overseas, and the circumstances in which those fees could be levied. She reportedly said the review would consider whether the fee should into take account the difficulties travellers faced, including whether they had taken all reasonable precautions or had acted recklessly.They spin it quite well, but there should never ever be a question over whether you can go to your own embassy if you're in trouble. You can tell a lot by how a nation treats its most vulnerable; and what the Coalition are doing here is saying if your ideology doesn't match theirs, they might charge you very large amounts of money. These things are slippery slopes - keep in mind being gay is against their ideology; and they're not big on people who aren't rich either.
- Juke Case by Son Valise | Music is everything - old suitcases turned into stereos.
- Mandy Lamont lightboxes - not shown on the site, but you can also get details of technical/engineering drawings (if you catch her at the markets). They make awesome night lights.
- Source Code in TV and Films includes analysis of what the code actually does.
Fired? Speak No Evil - NYTimes.com
[A] termination agreement pinged into my inbox. Much of it set forth standard-issue language resolving such matters as date of termination, the vesting of options, the release of all claims against the company, and the return of company property. ... What brings me up short is clause No. 12: No Disparagement. “You agree,” it reads, “that you will never make any negative or disparaging statements (orally or in writing) about the Company or its stockholders, directors, officers, employees, products, services or business practices, except as required by law.” If I don’t agree to this nondisparagement clause, I will not receive my severance — in this case, the equivalent of two weeks of pay. Two weeks? Must be hard times out in San Francisco, or otherwise why the dirt parachute — and by the way, is that the sort of remark I won’t be allowed to make if I sign clause No. 12?
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