Scientists raised these fish to walk on land -
Raising fish on land seems like the sort of idea you’d get while recovering from general anesthesia. But for three McGill University researchers, it made perfect sense.
Why Sports Need Randomness -
Noah Davis talks to David Sally, one of the authors of The Numbers Game: Why Everything You Know About Soccer Is Wrong, about randomness in sports.
Condoleezza Rice Spends First 15 Minutes Of College Football Committee Meeting Asking What The Fuck She Is Doing There -
NEW YORK—Saying that she could use a short reminder of why she has a significant sway in the shaping of the collegiate sports landscape, sources confirmed that former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice spent the first 15 minutes of a College Footba…
Goodbye, Ctrl-S -
I remember when we decided to go with auto-save on Emurse.com back in 2005. It remained one of the most ‘controversial’ decisions we made, in that it created a never ending stream of customer support emails asking how to save things.
Community column: Elect independent thinkers -
Local elections, ya’ll. They matter.
Infinite Mile Warranty | Blog | Tesla Motors -
The Tesla Model S drive unit warranty has been increased to match that of the battery pack. That means the 85 kWh Model S, our most popular model by far, now has an 8 year, infinite mile warranty on both the battery pack and drive unit.
Bill Gates ALS Ice Bucket Challenge -
Bill Gates accepts Mark Zuckerberg’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and nominates Elon Musk, Ryan Seacrest and Chris Anderson from TED to participate.
Can We Kill This Ridiculous Shill-Spread Myth That CDNs Violate Net Neutrality? They Don't | Techdirt -
Okay, so we debunked this silly argument back in 2006 (and again in 2008), but it appears to be back again now that the net neutrality battle is heating up: it’s the idea that because we have CDNs, the internet has never been neutral.