Monthly Archive: October, 2013

The brave new world of biohacking (Updated with video & MIT)

“You can hack a computer, you can hack a computer chip, you can hack a cell phone … because they are not complicated. But biology is an order of magnitude that we don’t… Continue reading

In pictures: Wildlife Photographers of the Year

  

Options for enrolling and questions regarding the ACA….

**** NOTE: This is my experience (who is on a November 6 deadline). It is not an independent analysis. Your experience may be different. Do not skip any steps if it will be… Continue reading

’12 years a slave’ The true story and incredible film adaptation of Solomon Northup’s life

** Solomon Northup was born in 1808 as a free man of mixed African, European, and Native American descent. In the winter of 1841, while working in Saratoga Springs, NY, he was tricked… Continue reading

Amazing slideshow of US Special Forces operating at night

*** This 30-minute exposure photograph shows a U.S. Marine armored vehicle in front of the Milky Way galaxy during an operation not far from Shir Ghazay in Musa Qala district of Helmand province… Continue reading

New unmanned F-16 fighter jets take flight as drones

The F-16 is one of America’s premier fighter jets– used by the Air Force in operations from Desert Storm to Libya. Today we learn how the Fighting Falcon is being re-purposed — as… Continue reading

Videos of the month

Hacked a classic racing game to play it with my bicycle *** GoPro: Fireman Saves Kitten *** Tricking battles and extreme Taekwondo – Red Bull Kick It 2013 *** Flashmob Performs ‘Here Comes… Continue reading

A man codenamed Parmesan used infrared contact lenses and marked cards to cheat a French Riviera casino

An Italian has been sentenced to two years in prison after using infra-red contact lenses to count cards marked with invisible ink, in a daring poker scam believed to be “the first of… Continue reading