Friday, April 7, 2017

A/S/L?

Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Why the good men die young, why Mongolia is a good place to die and why websites suck.
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WHAT A MAN'S MADE OF
WHAT WE LEARNED THIS WEEK
Testosterone Is Killing Men, And Other Facts
digg.com
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Why the good men die young, why Mongolia is a good place to die and why websites suck.
PASS THE THIGH, PLEASE
How Many Calories Is That Human? A Nutritional Guide For Prehistoric Cannibals
theverge.com
A curious anthropologist wants to know if you were to eat, say, another human being, how many calories would you be taking in?
HAIR LAID BARE
Scientists Can Now Read These Intimate Personal Details In Your Hair
inverse.com
This is way more invasive than a regular drug test.
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The Best Water To Drink If You Think Regular Water Is Boring
drinkhint.com
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A/S/L?
BIRTH OF A GOON
An Oral History Of Something Awful
motherboard.vice.com
Current internet culture is rooted in the SomethingAwful.com forums, and these are the people who made it what it was.
ARTISAN LOADING TIMES
I Surfed The Wholesome Web Of The 1990s At This Historically Accurate Internet Cafe
motherboard.vice.com
London's 64 Bits exhibition goes back to the future of the web's early days.
UNLESS YOU LOG OFF... FOREVER
There's Nowhere To Hide On The Internet
newyorker.com
The coder Dan Schultz released a search randomizer called Internet Noise, which offers a way of veiling one's real interests online.
VIDEO OF THE DAY
CALL IT A DAY ALREADY
This Video Was Shot In The Middle Of The Night But Thanks To A High-End, Low-Light Sensor It Looks Like Daytime
digg.com
According to Youtuber "hms311," the X27 low light camera is the "highest performing true gen 4 color night vision low light sensor imaging system" and is a technological breakthrough for the military.
IN THE NEWS
Legendary Comedian Don Rickles Dead At 90
Washington Reacts To Trump's Missile Strike On Syria, And Other Trump News From Today
600,000 Albuterol Inhalers Recalled
98,000 Jobs Added To US In March, Unemployment Hits Lowest Point In 10 Years
Have a good weekend! Enjoy your two-day dose of humanity as prescribed by capitalism. :)

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