CNBC reports that Spotify has obtained the exclusive streaming rights to the music of Led Zeppelin. 3 Questions That Arise From This Story 1. “My vision is not very good, being 60 years old and all, and I thought you… Read More ›
Month: December 2013
QMI Agency reports that a man fell asleep on a United Express plane, and woke up in a “cold, pitch-black cabin” in a parked plane in Houston after nobody noticed he was asleep in his seat when the passengers and… Read More ›
Gigaom reports that Yahoo has acquired a company with live concert-streaming capabilities called “Evntlive,” which adds another company with few vowels to its stable after its purchases of Flickr, Tumblr, and a company we just wrote about days ago called… Read More ›
CNN reports that a winter storm may bring snow to Las Vegas. 3 Comments We Would Expect If It Snows In Las Vegas 1. “Snow has been around since at least 1600, but I want to bring in an expert,… Read More ›
If Your Password To Your Email Accounts Is “1,” Just Email Money To Random Scam Artists, And Save Your Friends And Family The Time Of Worrying If You Lost Your Wallet In Amsterdam!
Reuters reports that 2 million passwords to accounts of such stalwarts as Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, and Google have been hacked using a server in the Netherlands. Common passwords included “123456,” “123,” “password,” and “1.” Three Questions That Arise From This… Read More ›
The Gainesville Sun reports that Delta bumped all of the passengers off a flight from Gainesville to Atlanta to allow a University of Florida basketball team to fly on the plane instead. Reportedly the passengers noticed something was up when… Read More ›
Of Course Putting Solar Panels On The Moon And Sending The Energy By Lasers Back To Earth Will Solve The World’s Energy Problems!
Yahoo reports that a Japanese corporation is toying with the idea of covering the moon with a ring of solar panels called “Luna Ring” and then beaming the renewable energy back to Earth via lasers and microwaves. 3 Comments We… Read More ›
CNBC reports Amazon is experimenting with drones as a potential future delivery method of whatever smaller items you are ordering from Amazon (hopefully not butterflies because that sounds inefficient). 3 Questions That Arise From This Story 1. “But what if… Read More ›