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Future Contained

Ah, the future… Scientists in Boston have found a way to get every last drop of ketchup out of the bottle. They have developed a coating that makes bottle interiors super slippery. The coating can also be used to make

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Email Advancement?

Email, the web’s much maligned little cousin, is in the midst of a revolution—one that will change not only how designers and developers build HTML email campaigns, but also the way in which subscribers interact with those campaigns. The article

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Future Filter

Information filtering is a big deal, but common sense dictates that it’s going to become a much bigger issue and industry — and thankfully create a lot of jobs for our species. Algorithms (e.g. search engines) are largely responsible for

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Accurate Offhand

In my last post titled Base Income Without Base, I wrote… You can feel free to argue the base income doesn’t have to be a happy one, but I maintain it really doesn’t ultimately matter (even $30,000, for a quick

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Private Taping

While our government is pressing the Unbreakable Encryption Prohibition button in our world with pitiful technological privacy implementation at least involving data mining, there’s this… FBI Director James Comey… admits he puts a piece of tape over the webcam lens

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Path to Slutty Robots

Prompted by: People Feel Weird About Touching Robot Butts, Researchers Find (Slashdot) How would you feel if a robot asked you to touch its butt? Maybe it sounds like a silly question, but as robots proliferate and anthropomorphize, it’s actually

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Privacy is Dying

Prompted by “Samsung Warns Customers To Think Twice About What They Say Near Smart TVs”: http://tech.slashdot.org/story/16/02/14/1742240/samsung-warns-customers-to-think-twice-about-what-they-say-near-smart-tvs In a troubling new development in the domestic consumer surveillance debate, an investigation into Samsung Smart TVs has revealed that user voice commands are

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