- Seven clues that “Game of Thrones” is really about hazmat shipping (DC Velocity) Am I the only person in the world who doesn’t give a f%$# about Game of Thrones?
- Automated trading could work against investors: SEC chief (Reuters) Thank you Captain Obvious.
- Why supply chain managers are psychopaths (Australian Financial Review) I would never has never have guessed this. I would have thought finance or insurance.
- Google’s become an obsessive stalker and you can’t get a restraining order (The Register) The “Don’t be evil” motto is now inoperative.
- Why Do I Suddenly Have To Log In Now To Use The Graphics Card I’ve Had For Years? (Consumerist) Money quote, “Unique user accounts sure are great for one big thing: marketing stuff.”
- Lost for 168 years, doomed Northwest Passage ship discovered (Christian Science Monitor) More pieces of the puzzle of the loss of the he HMS Erebus and the HMS Terror. History geek time.
- The NCAA finally took a worthy stand against discrimination (The Guardian) The NCAA does the right thing, for once, and tells the bigots in North Carolina to go Cheney themselves.
- After 23 years, the Apple II gets another OS update (Ars Technica) If someone still has a working APPLe ][, I want a review of the new OS.
- Money for Nothing(Jacobin) How the world’s richest companies get local governments to hand over millions of dollars in exchange for crappy jobs and empty promises.
- Pluto Emitting X-Rays Could Be A Big Deal (Digital Trends)Pluto is getting weirder and weirder.
- This is a 3D model of a clitoris – and the start of a sexual revolution (The Guardian) The structure is far larger and more extensive that previously thought.
How to deactivate a cat:
This mimics how mamma cat carries her kittens. I knew that this worked on kittens, but I had no clue that it worked on adult cats.