Monthly Archives: May 2010

iPad Magic

This is actually pretty cool.

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Facebook to Undergo Judiciary Committee Probe

Despite recent changes to its personal privacy settings interface, Facebook is still under fire for past privacy-related mistakes. This time, the U.S. House Judiciary Committee is getting involved. In a letter to CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday, committee chair John Conyers (pictured right) … Continue reading

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A Rose By Any Greek Or Latin Name Would Yet Smell Sweeter (Dr. X’s Free Associations)

From Dr. X, my favorite blogger, a spot-on take of what I have always referred to as psychobabble. This is the kind of anti-therapeutic madness psychiatry should seek to allay rather than actively promote. Read the post here at Dr. … Continue reading

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A Pattern of Sibling Risk-Taking In The Major Leagues

An interesting article that explores birth order behaviors, in this case, risk-taking behaviors. In the current issue of Personality and Social Psychology Review, Frank J. Sulloway and Richard L. Zweigenhaft went digging for evidence of siblings behaving differently in the vast … Continue reading

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WARNING: Facebook Malware Attack On The Loose

A Facebook phishing attack is on the loose this weekend — the third widespread attack on the site in the past three weeks. The attack attempts to steal your Facebook login credentials, install malware on your computer, and even get … Continue reading

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15 Things We Might See At WWDC 2010

While a fourth-generation iPhone is a given at this point after an absurd number of leaks in recent weeks, Apple CEO Steve Jobs himself promised an inquisitive e-mailer only a few days ago: “You won’t be disappointed.” So we put … Continue reading

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Beatles Add More Gold & Platinum Records In April

The Beatles already hold just about every album sales record there is, and with last year’s re-issues of the Fab Four catalog, a number of their albums have added new Gold and Platinum honors. The RIAA has released its monthly list … Continue reading

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Scorsese Elaborates On George Harrison Documentary

Titled “Living in the Material World: George Harrison,” the documentary will take on the whole of the Beatles guitarist’s life before, during and after his time in the world’s most popular and successful band. Producer Nigel Sinclair of Exclusive Media … Continue reading

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Must Be Seen To Believe

So many videos I receive are cute but unremarkable. Not this one. There is a corny song about potato salad for the first 60 seconds and then watch. Unbelievable.

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Beatles Have More Songs On “500 Greatest” List Than Any Other Artist

No one has more songs on the list than the Beatles. With 23 songs, the British band has more songs listed than any other group or solo artist. And this doesn’t count solo works by band members – like “Imagine” … Continue reading

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