#Welcome To the Future
Japanese professor was busted for teaching students how to make Molly. Finally, applicable skills from a classroom
A Japanese professor went straight-up Breaking Bad, teaching his students how to make Molly.
Researchers have created a 3D-printed heart, my friends. Like, with blood vessels and shit. The future is absolutely wild. And while the heart they printed is about the size of a rabbit’s heart, it portends well for future development.
Some humans can “sense” Earth’s magnetic field according to research. Yeah, his name is Magneto, bro!
Easy headline is easy! That said, pretty fucking cool research.
Is Bandersnatch a movie? An interactive narrative? A video game? We can debate the ontology forever, but one thing is certain. Netflix is planning more content in its vein for the streaming service.
I don’t know much about the MPAA. One hunch I have is that they’re a real political-ass lobbying group. The other is that they’re rather powerful. So, it makes sense that Netflix would want to get in on that action.
Netflix is more concerned about Fornite than it is HBO, folks. A bit of an odd idea at first. However, upon reflection it seems like a pretty intriguing commentary on how media and media competition has changed.
Facebook! You know, the monolith that we all simultaneously hate and prostrate ourselves before? The one that fucks up everything? Well, this gang of chucklefuck morons is developing a cryptocurrency.
MIT has built a robotic houseplant that moves on its own. It’s nice to know the overlords will have green
Oh, isn’t this a relief. At least when the Robot Overlords finally take over, we know they’ll have some greenery.
This is the kind of news that just tickles me. Not only is this a wonderful read, the topic is fascinating. Here we have the real Neos, Trinitys and Morpheus of the world that have figured out this security issue and now behind the scenes we have the mad scramble to patch all affected systems. Which appaears to be EVERY single device with an intel processor made in the last ten years.
Burger Chain in California teaming-up with surveillance company for face-scanning loyalty program. Dystopia Now, baby!
A local California burger chain is banking on its customers wanting fucking loyalty points more than they don’t want want their faces fucking scanned and logged in some database somewhere. I, the ever present cynic, am guessing they’re probably right. Who needs to fight against Dystopian futures when you can get free french fries or some shit. Who needs privacy when there are hamburgers at stake, bro!