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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