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Harsh Karmarkar
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Whoah, get some (very general) stats on when you're likely to kick the bucket, and some other interesting global population facts.

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This is amazing...

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Great game to kick off the new year
Teen's free award-winning 2009 game "Sneaky Cards" redeveloped by fans and relaunched: Back in 2009, we partnered with Institute for the Future to hold a "Digital Open" contest for teens around the world. One of the winners was Harry Lee, a 16 year old from Melbourne, Australia, who created a game called "Sneaky Cards" that "spread the seeds of sneakiness and espionage into the unsuspecting pockets, math books, binders and bags and jackets of his schoolmates."

Over 300 people in the Sneaky Cards subreddit have worked to turn Sneaky Cards into a fully realized game, with new designs, decks and bonus packs. The game is free to download under a Creative Commons license. Harry Lee has blessed the revamp, headed up by a designer named Cody Borst.

http://boingboing.net/2013/12/31/teens-free-award-winning-200.html
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Very disappointed with the camera on my note 3 may actually buy a nice point and shoot...

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wonderful acoustic guitar version of back to the future
Who knew the "Back To The Future" Overture could sound so beautiful? An acoustic version: http://buff.ly/1fKaMB7
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Looking for a good android alternative to wordswag on iOS, any suggestions?

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Really, no more mimolette?  is anything about the mites actually dangerous?
Food fascists in the US government ban French cheese made with mites.

An entire food supply that makes two thirds of the population overweight and one third obese is legal and even subsidized. But a French cheese made with mites has been banned for import. 

Ignoramuses at the FDA says mimolette cheese "appears to consist in whole or in part of a filthy, putrid or decomposed substance or be otherwise unfit for food."

Mimolette is pretty standard cheese, except mites are deliberately introduced to feed on the outer crust and, in doing so, improve the flavor. 

This traditional European cheese (they also make variants in the Netherlands and Belgium) is now banned, but pretend cheese in a can is OK. 

It's time we question the food-fascist regulators' assumption that only sterile food is safe and accept the fact that 90% of the cells in our own bodies are not human, but microbial. 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-23195183
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home CNC machine for custom boards.  Very cool
I love the stretch goals here. I haven't often seen kickstarters that talk about job creation.  Something to celebrate!  (Help make it happen.)
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