• Ding Dong the Witch is Dead! | Adobe is ending development and support for Flash in 2020. | engadget.com
  • Microsoft Paint to be killed off after 32 years | Technology | The Guardian. | theguardian.com
  • Vending Machine Maker 3 Square Market to Microchip Employees | Fortune.com. | fortune.com
  • 'Violent Squirrel' is the name of my Iron Maiden cover band | City seeks violent squirrel in Brooklyn park. | nydailynews.com
  • Fukushima disaster: Robot finds possible melted nuclear fuel. | bbc.co.uk
  • Quest to develop abandoned film uncovers Mount St. Helens eruption photos | OregonLive.com. | oregonlive.com
  • Five-year-old girl left in tears as Tower Hamlets council officers shut down her lemonade stand and issue £150 fine | standard.co.uk
  • There are no words | New sex robots with 'frigid' settings allow men to simulate rape. | independent.co.uk
  • Oh, Good, this is where I get off.... | littlecardeditor.com
  • When you donate to PETA remember it goes to silliness like this... | iflscience.com
  • Mark Cropp struggles to find work because of face tattoo | Daily Mail Online. | dailymail.co.uk
  • Why Credit Cards Are A Scam - Honest Ads. | youtube.com
  • Stay late to watch the Manhattanhenge sunset at a Roosevelt Island park. | timeout.com
  • Scientists Trace Heat Wave To Massive Star At Center Of Solar System - The Onion - America's Finest News Source. | theonion.com
  • 1st Attempt Shooting Star Trails

    So this isn't what I thought it would be but it was a 1st attempt...

    I was trying to shoot star trails but had issues with condensation on my lens. I tried cleaning the lens between shots but the camera must have moved slightly so it isn't as sharp as I wanted.

    Did some research next time I'll try attaching some of those pocket hand warmers to the lens.

    For those interested The picture is composted from 180 shots taken over 2 hours.

  • The Mystery of Docker and the Disk-Eating Cow | benmccormick.org. | benmccormick.org
  • Someone stop my from using this | ClippyJS - Add Clippy or his friends to any website for instant nostalgia. | smore.com
  • The title would have be if it read "Sloth and Gluttony" | Americans celebrate July 4 with leisure and gluttony. | yahoo.com
  • Today in mildly offensive emails.

    Please have the guts to sign your name.

  • Trump Orders Government to Stop Work on Y2K Bug, 17 Years Later. | bloomberg.com
  • Complete list of wifi routers from WikiLeaks' Cherry Blossom release detailing CIA hacking tools — Quartz. | qz.com
  • Thoughts About the LIRR Class Action Lawsuit

    For the last few months I've been living in the same horrible conditions on the LIRR as many of my friends and I understand the frustration and wanting to get something out of the MTA to punish them for the poor conditions, delays and constant late trains. I've lost time, money and credibility due to the constant unpredictability of the LIRR. I have clients that won't hire people from Long Island and NJ because they're tired of it. I understand. I'm mad.

    The only thing that will make me madder is this lawsuit. Let's think about it:

    First off, from what I've seen in live class action lawsuits only enrich lawyers. Think about it... the plaintiffs get a small credit for services, the lawyers make millions. Looking at last couple of class action suits in which I received an award, I expect the settlement will be a free zone 1 city ticket,

    The MTA isn't a profit making company. It gets money in one of 2 ways: through fares and taxes. Both of which you and I pay. I'm willing to bet anyone "folding money" that any benefit I get will cost me more in the long run in fare and tax increases.

    All this feels like a quick way to transfer tax dollars to lawyers.

    I'm not saying that the MTA shouldn't be held responsible, perhaps through the ballet box, but suing them will cost us more then we benefit.

  • Bootstrap Navbar - The Definitive Guide and Tutorial - Bootstrapious. | bootstrapious.com
  • Why Aren’t American Teenagers Working Anymore? | bloomberg.com
  • Texas man sues his date for texting during movie. | cnn.com
  • Why? Just Why? | RompHim, a romper for men, wants to be your go-to summer outfit | NBC4i.com. | nbc4i.com
  • For a while I've been saying, if you want a long career in tech, COBOL is the way to go. | thenewstack.io
  • Federal court rules an open-source license is an enforceable contract | qz.com
  • What we really need is 3 middle men in ever P2P money transaction | The End of Physical Currency Coming in 2017? | foxbusiness.com
  • Feature or Bug? | LCBO recalls Bombay Sapphire gin with almost double alcohol content | dailyhive.com

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