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several products, including hdd enclosures and homeworx digital tv converter. Discussion forum down as of nov 2014, will it come back up?
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4 hours ago by spolady
Surgeon develops an image of how texting warps your spine. We have a quick solution | VentureBeat | Business | by Gregory Ferenstein
Texting has some nasty effects on the spine. Craning our heads downward to stare at a screen creates an additional 60 pounds of pressure on our delicate spines, threatening the body with permanent injuries. This is according to new report from Kenneth Hansraj, a New York-based surgeon, who developed a computer model of how poor texting posture distorts the spine (image above).
Technology  riskFactors  ventureBeat  GOOD  OneToRemember 
5 hours ago by mstmorris
301 Moved Permanently
While visiting a sci-fi and comics convention in Toronto recently, I found myself drawn inexorably toward the sound of gunfire, explosions, and grunts of agony and triumph.
games  gaming  images  technology  virtual  reality  vr  stream 
11 hours ago by therourke
Japanese science fiction award opens entries to aliens and computers | Books | The Guardian
Last week, the Australian writer Richard Flanagan stalked on to the stage wearing a broad grin, kissed the Duchess of Cornwall and grasped the 2014 Man Booker prize.
ai  books  literature  technology  writing  stream 
11 hours ago by therourke
Baby Futures
brilliant collection of technology products for new parents
futures  development  technology  society 
13 hours ago by kokeshi
My iOS Screenshot Generation Workflow – MacStories
I didn’t think that complaining about iOS status bars on The Prompt would result in Dr. Drang going on a vision quest to produce better screenshots with Python. via Pocket
ios  technology  workflows 
13 hours ago by bramhubbell
How to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love the Internet
1) everything that’s already in the world when you’re born is just normal; 3) anything that gets invented after you’re thirty is against the natural order of things and the beginning of the end of civilisation as we know it until it’s been around for about ten years when it gradually turns out to be alright really.
culture  internet  technology  web  history 
14 hours ago by skrubu
Patrick McKenzie on Twitter: ""How to reward coders with something other than management?" A radical notion, I know, but how about we try experimenting with money."
"How to reward coders with something other than management?" A radical notion, I know, but how about we try experimenting with money.

— Patrick McKenzie (@patio11) November 22, 2014
management  employment  economics  culture  technology  business  programmer  programming 
18 hours ago by jtyost2

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