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The Ultimate Braille Phone

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via feedproxy.google.com A very cool idea!

How To Remove Your YouTube Viewing and Search History Before Google's New Privacy Policy Takes Effect | Gizmodo UK

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via gizmodo.co.uk A very useful thing to do. You don't want to be judged on the nonsense you type into the youtube search bar. Obviously, if you don't want Google to carry on linking the searches to you, the option is to use Google without being logged into your Google account. Still annoying as that makes searching for stupid stuff seem seedy.

BBC News - Could vegetarians eat a 'test tube' burger?

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via bbc.co.uk I particularly enjoyed this:"People who are vegetarian for moral reasons - the environment, the treatment of animals - have a moral obligation to eat this meat?Prof Julian Savulescu
Director of the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Ethics

Honeypot WIFI networks - Stealing your datarz :-)

I occasionaly connect to WIFI networks that redirect me and ask for some type of username and password. Often when out and about, on trains and at airports are good examples. Luckily in my laptop I have a 3g sim and so don't have a need for their wallet busting prices. I suppose if you were fairly keen on getting a username and password for one of these services, you could alwaysConnect to the network in questionSave the page the you get redirected toSet up your laptop as a wireless hotspot and call the network BT_OPENZONEModify the page slightly, posting and saving to a text file of your choice and force visitors to redirect to your new Page. Anyone foolish enough to login (not noticing that it's not on https etc..) will give you their password and username.Logon using your stolen details. Of course you need to remember that the action would be illegal..It got me thinking that you could be even more malicious. Sitting down in a Starbucks, mimicking their WIFI and modifying yo…

House of the Rising Sun - Old School Computing Remix

[vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/33181232 w=400&h=225]The Animals House of the Rising Sun Old School Computer Remix from PURETUNE on Vimeo.The version of this song makes me yearn for my Atari 800xl which went missing mysteriously a couple of years ago. Discovered thanks to Make Magazine Blog

An interesting take on mobile phone packaging

A nice take on mobile phone packaging. I noticed in the comments many people moaning about the actual practicalities of such packaging. I don't think I'll get caught up in such banter as the video is predominantly a channel to provoke thought about how to make our packaging more intuitive. [vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/26489936 w=400&h=225]Out of the box from Vitamins on Vimeo.

Face recognition

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Not quite there yet! hehe