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Goat Simulator brought me here FTW
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Everyone feels something when they're in a really good starry place a really good starry place on a really good starry night and they look up and see this:
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By now, chances are you've already heard about the preposterously huge security hole in SSL. You've also probably heard how it could easily have left you exposed to all sorts of nefarious activity over the past few years. Now, thanks to Mashable, we also have a better idea of exactly which websites had the flaw.
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This is literally one of the best videos I've ever seen. Ten pairs of strangers are asked to walk in a room and kiss each other.
Um, wow. I don't know if it's the song selection or because it's in black and white or the fact that everybody in this video is so attractive, but what started out as incredibly awkward, seeing two strangers meet each other and kiss, turned into something pretty damn beautiful. The premise of the video, called First Kiss and directed by Tatia Pilieva, was to get 20 strangers and have them kiss each other for the first time. It gets electric.
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Definitely gonna watch Europa Report now.
This is amazing news: NASA is sending a mission to Europa! If everything goes well, a robotic submarine may be landing on Jupiter's moon—the world that scientists believe is the most likely to contain life in the Solar System—by 2030, a real space odyssey. This has the potential to change the world.
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"You know God is in the rain 
How else can you explain 
How it takes away the pain

The sunshine puts a smile on us all 
Makes the love in us call 
Makes us want to feel it all"
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+_ASSASSIN_ its 'rain'... he's quoting v for vendetta! go watch it... you'll understand! quite a heartwarming scene!
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"A Computer Has Passed the Turing Test For the First Time" http://feedly.com/e/pTX3Gi11
This is big. A computer has successfully managed to fool a bunch of researchers into thinking that it was a 13-year-old boy named Eugene Goostman. In doing so, it has become the first computer in the world to have successfully passed the Turing Test.
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Director D-Piddy and vocalist Charmie Sweets teamed up for this cosplay-themed parody of Pharrell Williams' Happy, which changes the words to better suit the theme and stars, well, a whole bunch of amazing dancing cosplayers.
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So the Oculus Rift is fantastic. If you've used it in its original incarnation, you know that it'...
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    Software Engineer I, 2010 - present
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    Computer Science, 2006 - 2010
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Google Tone
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Broadcast any URL to computers within earshot.

No Brakes Valet - Android Apps on Google Play
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No Brakes Valet Features: * parking lots * fast cars * definitely a steering wheel : Single player and 2 players on 1 tablet :No Brakes Vale

Google+
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Google+ is a place to connect with friends and family, and explore all of your interests. Share photos, send messages, and stay in touch wit

Tony-b Machine
market.android.com

You are the DJ ! The Tony-b Machine is a free synthetizer game. You can create your own music live without special musical knowledge. Advanc

The Humble Jumbo Bundle (pay what you want and help charity)
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Pay what you want for Natural Selection 2, Sanctum 2 and Magicka with Vietnam DLC. If you beat the average price, you'll also receive Garry'

The Matrix
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What if virtual reality wasn't just for fun, but was being used to imprison you? That's the dilemma that faces mild-mannered computer jockey

Threat of asteroid hitting Earth is way more likely than we thought
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This is frightening. Nature just published a study by astronomers who have reanalyzed and recalculated the estimate of asteroids that could

What a real flying human jet looks like
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Our favorite flying human Yves 'Jetman' Rossy is up to his old tricks again of making us all feel like tiny little life wasters. This time,

Learn More About Time Travel So You Can Be Prepared for the Future
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Though most of us probably think time travel only works inside a DeLorean, much smarter folks out there can explain it slightly better than

"The Scariest Thing" Conan O'Brien Has Ever Seen
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To get in the spirit of Halloween, Conan O'Brien checks out some scary PC games in the dark.

The Fascinating Science Behind Why a Tapped Beer Foams Over
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Scientists have figured out how flying insects fly. They've created real-life lightsabers. But they're at their best when they're tackling t

Explore Your Lobes And Cortices With This Interactive Brain Map
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Cramming for a test can make even the brightest minds feel like a pile of mush: Words start blending together, and after scanning pages and

Get your clicking fingers ready: registration for PAX East 2014 starts t...
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Get your clicking fingers ready: registration for PAX East 2014 starts tomorrow afternoon. It's safe to say that tickets will be sold out wi

Quietly, Nintendo Perfected A Whole New Type of Video Game This Year
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You may have missed it this year amid all the arguing about whether Nintendo should bail out of making gaming hardware and just stick to mak

This Smart Water-Hauling Backpack Is Sterilized By Sunlight
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With millions of people around the world lacking access to a consistent, reliable source of water, contaminated jerry cans and buckets have

This Is What Car Battles Look Like In GTA Online... In Mid-Air
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I guess this is, like, jousting on helicopters? Chicken with helicopters and cars? Whatever this is, it's amazing. And it's all thanks to th

We're Just Dumb Animals Sat In Front of Computers
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If you've ever teased a cat by waving a laser pointer around on the floor and watching it chase the red spot around the floor, you'll know a