September 2013 Archive

Twitter Founder Reveals Secret Formula for Getting Rich Online

9/30 (Wired) – Ev Williams has figured out the internet.

John McAfee reveals details on gadget to thwart NSA

9/30 (SV Mercury) – John McAfee lived up to his reputation Saturday as tech’s most popular wild child, electrifying an audience with new details of ...

Folsom Street Fair marks 30 years in usual open fashion

9/30 (SF Gate) – …a celebration of boundary-pushing sexual behavior that now is a thoroughly established SF attraction.

Increased Bay Bridge traffic means longer commutes

9/30 (SF Gate) – If traffic levels are any economic indicator – particularly on the new Bay Bridge …the Bay Area is rolling on overdrive.

The CIA’s Most Highly-Trained Spies Weren’t Even Human

9/30 (Smithsonian) – As a former trainer reveals, the U.S. government deployed nonhuman operatives—ravens, pigeons, even cats—to spy on cold war adversaries.

Watch the Sagrada Familia’s endless construction come to a close

9/30 (Verge) – Antoni Gaudi’s masterpiece to be completed in 2026, nearly 150 years after construction began…

Thomas Jefferson’s Quran: How Islam Shaped the Founders

9/30 (Daily Beast) – What role did Islam have in shaping the Founders’ views on religion?

College Students Don’t Check Their Email

9/30 (NY Times) – “E-mail has never really been a fun thing to use,” said Ms. Judge, 19.

‘TomTato’ tomato and potato plant unveiled in UK

9/30 (BBC) – A plant that produces both tomatoes and potatoes, called the TomTato, has been developed for the UK market.

Reporters to reveal ‘US assassination program’

9/30 (Infowars) – Two American journalists are working together to expose the role of the NSA in what they described as a “US assassination program.”

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