Samsung creates F2FS file system for NAND flash storage, submits it to the Linux kernel. US Air Force’s 1950s Supersonic Flying Saucer Declassified. First Community Release of Diaspora. Prince of Sealand Dies At 91. Lone Packet Crashes Telco Networks. DRM Could Come To 3D Printers. Apple Sued Over Distinctive “Eye Closeup” Photograph Used To Promote Retina MacBook Pro. PETA Condemns Pokemon For Promoting Animal Abuse. Microsoft claims ownership of the number 45, asks Google to censor the US government and Bing. Laser Strikes On Aircraft Becoming Epidemic.
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Kim Dotcom: FBI can’t have Megaupload founder extradited without piracy evidence, NZ court rules. Jimmy Wales threatens to encrypt Wikipedia if UK passes snooping bill. Hacker steals $250k in Bitcoins from online exchange Bitfloor. BitTorrent study finds most file-sharers are monitored. Fox to Release Digital Movies Three Weeks Prior to Retail. Bruce Willis Isn’t Suing Apple Over iTunes Music Ownership Rights. Samsung flew bloggers halfway around the world and then threatened to leave them there if they didn’t cooperate. Space Sugar Discovered In Binary System Star. Are App.net’s Crowdfunders Being Taken For a Ride? California To License Self-Driving Cars. 100% of publicly educated students in Estonia will learn how to code starting in the 1st grade. All that and this week’s Recent Study and Oh Asia, You So Crazy!
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The Internet declares it’s freedom. Def Leppard is re-recording it’s entire back catalogue to screw Universal. A German university is suing one of its former students over early graduation. Will the ubiquitous Gideon bible be replaced by a Kindle? Windows 8 upgrade priced at only $39.99. The porn industry is positioning itself to be a very natural bedfellow to Google’s Project Glass. Want to leak the goings-on in that staff meeting to the world outside with some style? Use a transparency grenade! Cisco locks it’s own customers out of using their own routers until they agree to use a service that will spy on their Internet usage. Blizzard drops the banhammer on Linux users, because using Linux is cheating in Diablo III. A New Jersey court says it’s not illegal to look at someone elses email if they forget to log out before they leave the computer.
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Hulu is designing a new model that will require you to already be a cable subscriber to view their content. Seattle’s first SUpervillain threatens Seattle’s existing superhero population. Microsoft dropping DVD/Blu-ray support for Windows 8. NY Judge rules that IP addresses are not sufficient evidence to identify copyright infringers. A new smartphone app allows you to register a complaint against the TSA as soon as it happens. A bug in new Samsung TVs causes them to restart in an endless loop. A Mexican ad company deploys a machine that trades dog droppings for free WiFi. The Listserve is a new mailing list where one subscriber per day is randomly selected to send a personal essay to the list each day. Symantec says religious websites are more prone to malware insertion than porn sites. Venus will make a once-in-a-lifetime appearance next month. All this plus an Epic Fail, Recent Study, Dumbass Apple News, and Oh Asia You So Crazy! Plus Ryder says things.
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Viacom sues Youtube… AGAIN! Richard Clark shows his utter inability to grasp the fundamentals of the Internet. Google finally shows us what augmented reality will look like. The US Government uses the kiddie porn defense to keep the Megaupload Servers offline. Dell acquires Wyse Technologies. A Federal judge rules P2P users aren’t in a conspiracy. Video game companies agree to close sex offenders’ online accounts. Bravo announces a new “I can has Cheezburger” reality show. Plus, Epic Fails, a Recent Study, Ryder Says Things and Oh Asia You So Crazy! Also, tell us your ridiculous TSA stories!
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This week cancer robots have free range of Nevada highways, Pinterest makess money, EFF fights patents, and Google+ teaches you how to cook. A fifth grader discovers a new molecule and Steve Jobs wins an award. Tune in to find out what this week’s “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!” is and we’re bringing back an old segment!
PETA demands that there be an extra tax on meat. Police bust tweens for operating an unlicensed lemonade stand. Jammie Thomas judgement lowered from $1.5 million to $54,000. Plus, “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!” and the “Fail of the Week.”
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Chuck and Adrian went to see Inception right before recording so they talk about that for a while. They talk about the John Stamos extortion scandal that occurred in Michigan. Charlie Sheen likes hookers. All this and more!
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Apple is removing the “Rate on Delete” feature from the iPhone OS. A poster on Craig’s List has a hilarious perspective on why you should buy his 2002 Ford Focus. A wireless consumer in the U.K. threatens his former provider with a plywood check. Not only is the <blink> tag annoying, not it’s dangerous. We discuss a fun project called “Project Jarvis.” An Arkansas teenager has sued his mother for “harassing” him on Facebook. Fancy Hands is a virtual assistant program that is cheap. Is there a correlation between pop music and stock volatility? All this and the Fark Headline of the Week and a new Off-Air Discussion topic.
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