DNA matching is not as cut and dried as CSI would have us believe. How it is gathered, stored, analyzed, and interpreted often determines its accuracy as evidence. (via Metafilter)
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Retro Sabotage is a collection of classic arcade games with a twist. I would tell you what the twist is, but it's different for each game.
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The hierarchy of food needs and how poor folks can be fat. Needy people understand nutrition as well as anyone, but that doesn't put food on the table.
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Obsolete Occupations. People used to make an entire career out of jobs that no longer exist. I thought "radio announcer" would be on this list, but since it's from NPR, no. (via Boing Boing)
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The Poetry of Reality. Twelve scientists explain what science is and what it does. Yes, you could call it a lecture if you totally overlook the magic.
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Why Ad Blocking is devastating to the sites you love. A friend advised me to run ads on my site, which I do but he didn't know because he has ad blocking!
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10 Celebrity Tombstones Worth A Laugh (Or At Least A Smile). I smile just thinking of these wits who got the last laugh even after they died.