Steve Jobs dead at 56. Siri means something completely different in Japan. PassMyWill allows you to send your passwords to your loved ones posthumously. A theater professor’s Firefly poster deemed threatening by campus public safety. Make your own speed vest to show motorists how fast you’re going. Fakegirlfriend.co is a new service that will pose as your girlfriend. Psystar loses its appeal in Apple lawsuit. Plus, this week’s Epic Fail!
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MAKE announces the winner of their 2010 Zombie Safe House Competition. Ever hear of the Naga Viper pepper? Just reading about it will start you on fire. A researcher at the University of Nottingham has managed to etch the entire periodic table of elements onto a single hair. The Kinect has been hacked to play World of Warcraft. Vladmir Putin has ordered the Russian government to move to GNU/Linux. A man caught UPS tampering with his packages, listen in to find out how. Plus, the Study of the Week, the Fail of the Week, and this weeks “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!”
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