- Scientists in Russia dehydrate alchohol and turn them in to pills. Happy hour will never be the same. – via Scumbag Style.
- Yahoo are apparently a bunch of scumbags themselves and will sell (mind you, not give) authorities complete access to content and logs of a Yahoo Group for $60. Basic personal info starts at $20. I’m glad I stopped using them when they wouldn’t POP my mail for free. – via Gizmodo, via Gamma Squad, via Filmdrunk.
- Tetris God is a cruel and angry god. Why hath thou forsaken me, oh master of tetriminos?!? -via College Humor.
- James Lipton warns of the dangers of sexting in a new LG commercial. Lipton saying, “The last thing he needs is tweets about his beets,” may be the greatest monologue ever written. – via Huffington Post .
- Technology can get really creepy when that mastery is applied to sex toys. Hello Kitty should not be going anywhere near your beets, people. – from The Frisky, via Cracked.
- Hubble Telescope has now captured images of stars created within the first 1 billion years after the Big Bang. Reportedly crotchety, the stars then shook their canes at us and told us to get off their lawns. – via Scientific American.
- Apple announces projection on their tablet, shooting for release in Spring of 2010. In talks with book publishers to release their content, it looks like the split will be 30/70 (Apple/publisher), and the price tag on the device itself will be in the ballpark of $1,000. Huzzah! Even more wonderful technology I can’t afford. – via Cnet