I've been refreshing the whole browser page to see new posts in Google+. Just realized that you can simply click the word "Google+" next to the hamburger menu to refresh the stream without refreshing the entire page. I still wish it notified you of new posts.
[T]wo Mark 39 hydrogen bombs were accidentally dropped over Goldsboro, North Carolina on 23 January 1961. The bombs fell to earth after a B-52 bomber broke up in mid-air, and one of the devices behaved precisely as a nuclear weapon was designed to behave in warfare: its parachute opened, its trigger mechanisms engaged, and only one low-voltage switch prevented untold carnage.
I can't find this in the new Google+ Settings. In the Classic interface, it's under Settings > "Manage apps & +1's on posts" > Google tab. I hope this setting doesn't get removed. For the love of God, people, set it to "Only you"!
Near the end of the Soviet era, the USSR produced a portable "pocket" computer called the Elektronika MK-90. It shipped with built-in BASIC programming language and a 120-by-64-pixel LCD. Not surprisingly, it cost the equivalent of $22,000 when adjusted to modern U.S. currency. Today it is a rare and highly prized item sought by calculator and pocket computer collectors around the world.