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Cyber Squirrel 1 -- Disrupting at the highest levels, its #CyberWar4Ever!

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Cyber Squirrel 1 -- "Disrupting at the highest levels, its #CyberWar4Ever!" with its interactive Google Maps -- "This map lists all unclassified Cyber Squirrel Operations that have been released to the public that we have been able to confirm. There are many more executed ops than displayed on this map however, those ops remain classified.

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Would you fly in a fully automated aircraft?

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LowSpecGamer ... how to run modern games on low end computers by all means possible...

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Reddit shared a LowSpecGamer's video channel -- "... where I show how to run modern games on low end computers by all means possible. That means tweaking, moding and changing configuration files until it works, often sacrificing all visual quality, realism or fancy effects. I tried out the tweaking results so you can see how it looks and play at the end.

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Most People Didn't Have A/C Until 1973 and Other Strange Tech Timelines

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Royce Hamano tweeted The Atlantic article on strange tech(nology) timelines like how most people did not have air condition (A/C) until (19)73 (the old colony's nest got a central unit in the early (19)80s?).

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Laughter around the world!

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VideoSift's Oritteropo shared an over 8.75 minutes YouTube video showing "Laughter around the world! ... Laughter is one of the BEST THINGS EVER, and we all basically laugh the same, but... how do people represent laughter in different languages?

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Seven/7 Retro Video Games With Crazy (and Gross) Names

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PC Magazine has an article showing its Seven/"7 Retro Video Games With Crazy (and Gross) Names -- Rubberneck these crazy vintage game title disasters of yore..."

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Les Photos De François

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Cannot Unsee recently posted "Les Photos De François" on Facebook and Instagram showing photo(graph)s showing various shots with smartphone's images.

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Conference Call Bingo

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Boing Boing shared a funny Facebook photo(graph) showing conference call bingo.

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Floppy Music Videos

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Paweł Zadrożniak has a YouTube video playlist showing his 3.5" floppy disks playing music.

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Chain of Fools 2017 - Every Microsoft Windows version upgraded through.

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FailDesk shared a nine minutes and 50 seconds YouTube video showing "Chain of Fools 2017 - Every Windows version upgraded through."

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How often do you check your text messages on your (cell/smart)phone?

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How Video Games Companies Think We Act V(ERSU)S Reality

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Blue's News shared a funny and an accurate Dorkly web page on "How Video Games Companies Think We Act VS Reality".

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April Fool's Day Pranks (2017)

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Ah, it is time of that year again. /. shared serveral links of today's fun even though this insect got infected with a cold virus (drools, aches, and sore throat in neck and near nose) from the colony's elders yesterday.

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Hacker Fight

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ColdSun1 shared a funny 2.75 minutes YouTube video showing "Hacker Fight -- Kyle and Joey try to out-hack each other

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33 Cartoons About Tech(nology) Changing Everything

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Forbes has an image gallery showing 33 funny (cartoon/comic strip)s about tech(nology) changing everything.

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Short Film: Find my Phone - Subtitled

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Reddit (also an interview) shared an almost 21.5 minutes YouTube video showing "Short Film: Find my Phone - Subtitled ... After my phone got stolen, I quickly realized just how much of my personal information and data the thief had instantly obtained. So, I let another phone get stolen. This time my phone was pre-programmed with spyware so I could keep tabs on the thief in order to get to know him. However, to what extent is it possible to truly get to know someone by going through the content of their phone?

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