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I think the right term is "seppuku", not "sudoku", although I might be hearing you wrong :)
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It's a joke =P
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It works briliantly! I used it to power my portable Death Star - no thermal exhaust port, know how :)
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I never imagined that underscore is that big!
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Crazy good middleware - must use!!!
 
errorface
Express middleware for showing detailed error information when errors happen in your app.
http://jgable.github.com/errorface/
Error page like this looks really helpful:
http://jgable.github.com/errorface/example.html
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I really don't like talking about politics on my main page, but this just got me frustrated enough to write a comment. Unfortunately being the cowards they are LA Times blocked free publishing of comments before I was able to respond. For this reason alone I'm posting my comment below.

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I wonder, do LA times really thinks we are that dumb? Or are people on the West Coast stupid? I really hope the aren't!

What Romney said during the debate(and we all watched, LA Times) was that he isn't willing to spend borrowed money on the federal programs we don't need. He gave an EXAMPLE with PBS, he never said it is only PBS that he is going to cut. More so, he said that he will improve efficiency in massive federal programs by block granting the FUNDS for them to the states where they can be managed better on the local level.

Oh, but I'm not finished! The funny part is that he was saying those things for the past two years, but you are very surprised when you heard them in the debate. Well you wouldn't have been surprised if instead of making up things and putting them in other people's mouth you just reported what they actually said!

I guess then you risk looking like the dumb idiots you really are...

BTW, why are comments not allowed below your post anymore?
 
The campaigns are having some fun with Big Bird, and so is our own cartoonist David Horsey. In one of his latest columns, Horsey writes, "Apparently, [Mitt] Romney thinks America’s debt problem can be fixed by picking up pennies along Sesame Street." For the full commentary: http://lat.ms/RN0BkQ.
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I want one!!!
 


            LED Faucet Light with Temperature Sensor

A temperature sensor within the unit can tell whether the water is cold or
hot, and changes the color of the light accordingly. This is a great gadget
just for the neat color effect and especially for those with kids to
prevent them from scalding themselves.

YouTube :LED Faucet Light with Temperature Sensor
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I think this is the LEV-3 nav module from V-2 rocket. More specifically one of the gyroscopes and I guess that coil thing is either the accelerometer or the wireless reception module of the later models. This thing is basically a primitive analog computer attached to a spinning gyro guiding the first thing to actually go to space.

If you are looking for an atomic age equivalent, this is NASA's Apollo guidance computer: http://klabs.org/images/apollo/agc/agc_dsky.jpg

For a modern day iteration: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-V2oXxnFkc3k/UWsPE1syuTI/AAAAAAAAj9Y/UKXHyy1lOCs/s1600/nonGPSchip.jpg
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The Borg? No, more like the transhumans from Ghost In The Shell and Deus Ex: Human Revolution. I'm so excited!!!
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The Borg... I would like to be some... the  reason? Top secret.
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Merging NGC 2623
Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, +European Space Agency, ESA, +NASA; Processing - Martin Pugh
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap121019.html

NGC 2623 is really two galaxies that are becoming one. Seen to be in the final stages of a titanic galaxy merger, the pair lies some 300 million light-years distant toward the constellation Cancer. The violent encounter between two galaxies that may have been similar to the Milky Way has produced widespread star formation near a luminous core and along eye-catching tidal tails. Filled with dust, gas, and young blue star clusters, the opposing tidal tails extend well over 50,000 light-years from the merged nucleus. Likely triggered by the merger, accretion by a supermassive black hole drives activity within the nuclear region. The star formation and its active galactic nucleus make NGC 2623 bright across the spectrum. This sharp cosmic snapshot of NGC 2623 (aka Arp 243) is based on Hubble Legacy Archive image data that also reveals even more distant background galaxies scattered through the field of view.
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Darcy soon!!!
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The future... I really hope that there will be private space stations, so us common folk can enjoy the wonders of space travel too :)
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Just WOW!!! This is not even like on this planet! The world is basically filled with homogenized western-type, pseudo-capitalistic, pseudo-democratic republics on the one side and North Korea on the other.
It doesn't matter if you are in USA, EU, Russia, China or even Iran. In all of those countries  you can see Coca-Cola, Xbox, Nike and iPhone pretty much everywhere - not in North Korea, you don't!

Go inside with +VICE and look what kind of wired fucked-up place exists on this planet...
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