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CAKE from the Skies

Techie friends: I have a serious problem and I really need your help. Last night I ate an entire share size box of Junior Mints. And by share size, I mean I shared them with me myself and my belly while I watched TV all night. But here’s the thing: I didn’t want Junior Mints. What I really I wanted was a slice of German chocolate cake and a ginger ale. But it was late and I was already in my pajamas and the store is so very far away. So techie friends here’s what I’d like your help with. Remember Tacocopter? Yeah, like that. But for cake. So I really need you to invent the CakeCopter: Drones that fly cake to me at any time of the day or night. I don’t even need variety. Just preload that shit with some German chocolate goodness and deliver it to me on the daily and I’ll be a happy customer and your new best friend. I’ll even be your first Kickstarter contributor. Ready. Set. Cake!

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Banned iPhone 5 Promo: Extramazinarylutioning

They get this so right:

Twitter Tax Cut Deal

What If Facebook Became an Actual Book?

The irony, of course, being that Facebook is based on an actual book that all Harvard first years receive upon starting school.

When Facebook becomes a book from Siavosh Zabeti on Vimeo.

My Favorite Super Bowl Ad: Xoom

Wow. Perfect.

Canadian ISP’s to Charge Per Byte

I like how this guy breaks it down in about 60 seconds.

iPhone vs. Android vs. BlackBerry

Rofl. Love it!

via C-Section Comics

When Programmers Die…

Bizarro: iPhone 5

From the Bizarro Blog:

AT&T Customer Service: Lost in Translation

Senator Al Franken on Net Neutrality

From Ars Technica:

“But there’s an even bigger issue here. It’s that when government will not act, corporations will. And unlike government agencies, which have a legal responsibility to protect American consumers, the only thing corporations care about, the only thing that they have a legal duty to promote, is their bottom line.”

“We can’t let companies write the rules that they’re supposed to follow,” Franken added, “because if that happens those rules are going to be written only to protect corporations.” (continued…)

The Reality of DRM

via Explosm

How to Launch the Next Big Thing

OMG, this is BRILLZ!

via DQS

New Apple Friend Bar

Sen. Franken: Stop the Corporate Takeover of the Media


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