I’m not sure how scientific this infographic is, but it’s entertaining. Jeff Wysaski at Pleated-Jeans.com has posted a map of the U.S. that describes — according to statistics — what each state is the worst at.
Bozeman’s Dahl Funeral Chapel was featured in a New York Times story about the growing practice of streaming video of funerals online for remote grievers.
Reporter John S. Adams took world-renowned computer security expert Brad Smith into the capitol in Helena and demonstrated — using a covert Bluetooth antenna and a cheap netbook — that many Bluetooth-enabled devices at the legislature are not secure.
The brains at MIT have hacked a Kinect camera to create a three-dimensional hologram in real time — of course it was an image of Princess Leia.
A new cell phone charger from Dexim, which the manufacturer just says is “neat,” may actually change the way we think about how we charge our devices, CNN reports.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon have found that regional dialects show up even in the 140-character Tweets people send.
A tool built in to the Wikipedia lets you create books out of articles of your choice, allowing you to play the role of book editor.
In which I recount my sketchy past relations with social bookmarking sites and tell why the imminent death of Delicious matters not to me.
As of today, Facebook users can receive Amber Alerts from their states as notifications in their news feed, thanks to a partnership between the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Department of Justice and the social networking company.