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Miku on Letterman~ - YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Miku on Letterman~ - YouTube
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The song's not bad but I just (still) can't stand the shrill computerized voice. Really grating. Ugh. - rönin from Bookmarklet
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Spain euthanizes pet dog of Ebola-infected woman - Yahoo News - http://news.yahoo.com/spaniar...
Spain euthanizes pet dog of Ebola-infected woman - Yahoo News
:( - rönin from Bookmarklet
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Rise and Shine - What kids all around the world eat for breakfast - NYTimes.com - http://www.nytimes.com/interac...
Rise and Shine - What kids all around the world eat for breakfast - NYTimes.com
"Americans tend to lack imagination when it comes to breakfast. The vast majority of us, surveys say, start our days with cold cereal — and those of us with children are more likely to buy the kinds with the most sugar. Children all over the world eat cornflakes and drink chocolate milk, of course, but in many places they also eat things that would strike the average American palate as strange, or worse." - rönin from Bookmarklet
Heh I knew right away the first pic was Japan. I eat a lot of that stuff. Except for that nasty ass natto. - Rodfather from Android
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Creepy Cops Are Arresting Men At Port Authority For Urinating Vigorously: Gothamist - http://gothamist.com/2014...
Creepy Cops Are Arresting Men At Port Authority For Urinating Vigorously: Gothamist
I don't even... "Up until now, we thought the worst thing that could happen at a men's room urinal is that we're squished in-between two rotund gentleman audibly relieving themselves after holding it in for an English Patient-length film. But there is something much creepier: when you're being stared at by an undercover cop who is trying to determine whether you are masturbating at a urinal. "You know how when you have a feeling someone is looking at you?" a man named Miguel told the Times about his experience with this phenomenon. "So I look over and see someone is smiling at me. It was like a smirk."" - rönin from Bookmarklet
I thought this was SOP. "For now, we would advise men at urinals to keep their eyes locked directly in front of them and shake at the end very slowly, lest there is any confusion." - rönin
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You’d think after 61 years companies would’ve figured out how to make frozen dinners (in a tray) not look like poop. But no, no such luck.
Apparently I need a reminder every couple of years why I usually avoid tray tv dinners. - rönin
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The Creepy Truth About the Sexual Harassment of Models - FLARE - http://www.flare.com/fashion...
The Creepy Truth About the Sexual Harassment of Models - FLARE
"She has faced resistance, she says. “When I talk about protecting models, people laugh at me, as if to say, ‘What do models have to worry about?’ But we’re talking about some of the most vulnerable young women.” The glam façade of fashion—models enjoying 24-7 fabulosity, star-studded parties and “nonstop caviar and couture,” as Rocha puts it—can make it difficult to believe exploitation exists. “We often hear Linda Evangelista’s quote about models not getting out of bed for less than $10,000 a day,” she says. “But in general, most of the world’s models are insecure teenage girls, earning less than $30,000 a year and living and working in countries far from home.” “People think, How could you have problems when you’re so pretty and have beautiful clothes and handbags?” says Fox. “There’s this idea that nothing is bad for them, but there’s a secret darkness to the modelling industry that doesn’t show up in print." - rönin from Bookmarklet
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Watch: Danny MacAskill Does It Again | News from the Field | OutsideOnline.com - http://www.outsideonline.com/news-fr...
Watch: Danny MacAskill Does It Again | News from the Field | OutsideOnline.com
Geez louise. - rönin from Bookmarklet
Stephen Mack
How to get the FF bookmarklet working in Chrome again (thanks to user "sizofroid")
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EDIT: Forget these steps, just go to http://friendfeed.com/ffhacks... - Stephen Mack
1. In Chrome, open the page https://gist.githubusercontent.com/anonymo... 2. Copy the entire text from that page by hitting Ctrl+A and then Ctrl+C - Stephen Mack
3. Show your Chrome bookmarks by hitting Ctrl+Shift+B (if they're hidden) - Stephen Mack
4. Right-click on an empty area of Chrome's bookmark bar, then select "Add page..." from the shortcut menu. - Stephen Mack
5. Under "Name", put in whatever you want the button to appear as (such as "FF+" or "Share on FF"). - Stephen Mack
6. Under "URL", press Ctrl+V to paste in the text you just copied. - Stephen Mack
7. Click Save - Stephen Mack
8. Bookmark stuff. Happy FriendFeeding! - Stephen Mack
Credit to user "sizofroid" (http://friendfeed.com/sizofro...) due to his comment on a post from Amit Patel here: http://friendfeed.com/amitp... - Stephen Mack
I don't know if sizofroid fixed this code or not (since both the github repository here and the code it calls on Google Drive are anonymously contributed), but whoever wrote this and fixed it, THANK YOU! - Stephen Mack
Per sizofroid in that comment, this replacement bookmarklet works on Safari as well (but I haven't tested that). My instructions are from the perspective of a Windows Chrome user; if I need to modify any of these instructions for MacOS, please let me know. - Stephen Mack
I don't see anything dangerous in the code (https://googledrive.com/host...) but bear in mind that in theory whoever created this could change the code to be malicious in the future, and in theory possibly add a keyboard logger or blah blah blah so caveat emptor. - Stephen Mack
The code was written by Bret or Paul, no diff from, http://friendfeed.com/share.... It's literally just a rehost. My guess is the only thing that needed changed was http://friendfeed to https://friendfeed in the bookmarklet, as has been required for Firefox for 2 years. - NOT THE CRICKET
Just checked and there is a diff, at line 300 iframe.location has been changed to iframe.src (in the working version). - NOT THE CRICKET
Ah, I see -- thanks for checking, Jimminy. - Stephen Mack
Thanks VERY much all -- it works! Reposted to Quora friendfeeders: https://friendfeeders.quora.com/How-to-... TLDR for Firefox: go to your Bookmarks library, and manually edit the entry for the Friendfeed bookmarklet --change the part of the one-line javascript code from "http://friendfeed" to "https://friendfeed". - Adriano
Adriano, interestingly, just changing the http to https alone doesn't solve it for Chrome, it looks like the other change listed by Jimminy is needed to solve it on Firefox. - Stephen Mack
I backed up both the bookmark code and the bookmarklet code here: http://friendfeed.com/friendf... - Stephen Mack
Thank you, Stephen. \\ Also, the code for rendering embedded YouTube videos is not part of the bookmarklet. It's on the Friendfeed server side, so hopefully a kind FF engineer will fix the problem to work with the current YouTube API. - Adriano
Hmm, for YouTube, I just manually change the URL to http instead of https, and it usually works. - Stephen Mack
THANK YOU - lris
Mike Tyson does not work :( https://friendfeed.com/rsvp... so wondering what works consistently for YouTube. - Adriano
Youtube, has to be posted manually or while not logged in to google. Friendfeed's linkify on the backend only handles http:// links. Google forces https:// on all pages while logged in. - NOT THE CRICKET
Or you can just delete the pesky "s" before posting. - lris
Iris, when posting from the bookmarklet, it doesn't let you modify the URL. And Google will automatically redirect to the secure protocol, so you can't open the bookmarklet on a non-secure page. - NOT THE CRICKET
Ah, my bookmarklet has been kaput for so long I'd forgotten that. :) - lris
So being logged into Google has a hidden side effect, wow, thx. - Adriano
Asking from ignorance: does this work on Macs? - bentley
Adriano, well not all pages, just Google owned sites, like Youtube and stuff. It's pretty common to force logged-in users into using a secure protocol while logged-in as best practices. - NOT THE CRICKET
true, and for Quora pages one must manually append "?share=1" to URL for the benefit of non-Quora viewers. - Adriano
Betsy, it's not a machine problem, merely some bookmark code in the browser one uses. - Adriano
From what I can tell, the iframe.src is a recent Webkit change (effecting Chrome & Safari), and the protocol issue has been prevalent for all mainstream browsers for a few months, due to blocking Mixed Active Content (trying to access HTTP content on an HTTPS page [images get a pass, due to common caching systems]). - NOT THE CRICKET
This is great, thanks Stephen. I've posted an alternate hosting solution for those who want to use dropbox (or extrapolate the idea to other platform to self-host and control one's version of the code) http://friendfeed.com/ffhacks... - Micah
Thanks, Adriano. - bentley
Thanks for this useful info :) - Ozgur Uckan
Thank you!! - Amit Patel
Thank you, Stephen! - Maitani
You guys, use Micah's version! - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Thank you! :) - Pea Bukowski
Just updated! I can't use Micah's version because dropbox is blocked at work. :( - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
I self hosted the target javascript, works like a charm. - Andy Bakun
For the interested, I added a feature to make it work with flickr (SEE http://friendfeed.com/ffhacks... ) - Micah
Very good - Thank You - YoNews
\o/ - nomnomski
up - ebru
Hmm... did this stop working in Chrome again? Doesn't seem to work w/Version 37.0.2062.124 m. - rönin
Bump: http://friendfeed.com/ffhacks... -- version 1.03 by Micah from June, now a draggable image - Stephen Mack
Thank you very much! - pm10
Micah
ffbookmarklet - How to host your own code on Dropbox
The newly working Friendfeed ffbookmarklet solution came from Stephen ( http://friendfeed.com/friendf... ) via an anonymous code fixer. The following extends the solution so you can host and control your own version of the code on Dropbox. - Micah
1. Click ffbookmark.js attached to this post to download. - Micah
2. Move ffbookmark.js to a dropbox folder. - Micah
3. Right-click ffbookmark.js, "Share Dropbox Link" (link is now in your copy/paste memory). - Micah
4. Paste the link a text editor (Notepad, TextEdit, etc). - Micah
5. Hit enter key a few times for the next copy/paste—now copy the code block in the next comment and paste in editor: - Micah
javascript:void((function()%7Bvar e%3Ddocument.createElement(%27script%27)%3Be.setAttribute(%27type%27,%27text/javascript%27)%3Be.setAttribute(%27src%27,%27https%3A%2F%2Fdl.dropbox.com%2Fs%2F_______________%2Fffbookmark.js%27)%3Bdocument.body.appendChild(e)%7D)()) - Micah
6. Your link will look something like: https:// www.dropbox.com/s/kwfb2abcoyq46kx/ffbookmark.js - Micah
7. Copy the sequence of 15 letters that come after the "dropbox.com/s/" part of the url. - Micah
8. Replace the 15 underscores in the code block with the 15 letter you just copied. - Micah
9. Copy the new code block. Right-click bookmark bar button, click Edit, paste into URL: field. Save. - Micah
The attached ffbookmark.js is a minified version of ffbookmark.src.js (using Google's http://closure-compiler.appspot.com/home tool). It's almost 40% smaller than the uncompressed code. Using this alternate method, you're not dependent on the google drive doc in the original solution—it changing or disappearing. Neither of which likely, but there you go. - Micah
Enjoy. - Micah
+1 dedication - Adriano
Awesome - Stephen Mack from iPhone
thank you! - Pea Bukowski
You're welcome. We're all in this together. :) - Micah
Thank you, Internet Dad! - Kristin
*iHug* - Micah
yeah - Storvandre 4S
Thanks! if someone doesn't use dropbox (like me :D) but has github, you can create a gist, serve it through rawgit.com, urlencode the rawgit url (http://meyerweb.com/eric...), and substitute all the url, not only the underscores in the bookmarklet - scotu
this made me add a dropbox account to my long list of web accounts. - JECO Photo
Oops, there was a problem! > using bookmarklet with images. - JECO Photo
today FF won't load any kind of image, directly or via bookmarklet :( - Lucretia, my reflection ൠ
I just was able to post an image via the bookmarklet. Is it intermittent? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Seems like it's working again. - rönin
So I've been trying to use this, hosted on dropbox, and all I get is the blank bookmarklet in the upper right. That, and images are clickable to share via bookmarklet. But the text fields never show up. Any tips? - Andrew C (✔)
Andrew, you should probably try the latest version -- see http://friendfeed.com/ffhacks... - Stephen Mack
If you get stuck I can walk you through it tonight, Andrew. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
It was my fault, I installed an extension (Privacy Badger) and it blocked FF from non-FF sites. - Andrew C (✔)
Privacy Badger don't care! - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Micah, do I have your permission to host it on my site? That way we can make it a draggable link again. Draft here: http://www.zeigen.com/ff/ - Stephen Mack
Stephen, affirmative. Go for it. - Micah
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NBA 2K15's Face Technology Fails Miserably, Creates Monsters - http://kotaku.com/nba-2k1...
NBA 2K15's Face Technology Fails Miserably, Creates Monsters
Good lord. "NBA 2K15's face-scanning tech sure looked fancy when shown off last month. But now that it's out, it's making creatures that shouldn't exist in this world. Or any other." - rönin from Bookmarklet
OMG now i want it - Steve C Team Marina
How do we know those guys don't look like that in real life? - Steele Lawman
I remember when the Tiger Woods '08 game had a face matching technology where you would upload a picture of yourself to the game's website and it would do all the necessary work and give it to you in game. Mine was pretty darn close and that was 7 years ago... - Chris Topher
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About | Hello! | Japanese American National Museum - http://www.janm.org/exhibit...
About | Hello! | Japanese American National Museum
Awww, my daughter would've loved this. - rönin from Bookmarklet
We're going next week. After seeing all they've curated over the past year, knowing there's a lot I haven't seen, this should be pretty cool. - Anika
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5 Whys Folklore: The Truth Behind a Monumental Mystery | The Real Story of the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials - http://thekaizone.com/2014...
5 Whys Folklore: The Truth Behind a Monumental Mystery | The Real Story of the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials
"The 5-whys is a method of root cause analysis in which the the learner repeatedly asks, “why?” in order to drill down from higher-level symptoms to the underlying root cause(s) of a problem. So critical is this line of logic to lean thinking that Taiichi Ohno once described the method as “the basis of Toyota’s scientific approach . . . by repeating why five times, the nature of the problem as well as its solution becomes clear.” - rönin from Bookmarklet
"As any parent can attest, children are remarkably astute in their ability to repeatedly ask why when they wish to learn about their world. The grand lesson of life is the discovery that all things in the universe are what they are “because mommy said so!” It is likely this realization that ends our fascination with the word “why” at an early age. This is why, as an instructor teaching... more... - rönin
Shevonne
Why this 29-year old is ending her own life http://feedly.com/k/1t086dp
:( - rönin
rough :( - Steve C Team Marina
I know :( - Shevonne from iPhone
Micah
Soft-serve ice cream was invented because ice cream was too hard. You know what's too hard, people thought, ice cream—if it were only pre-melted for me. Life is hard enough.
Soft serve? Psh: my teeth aren't made of diamonds. Ice cream soup is where it's at. - Mark Trapp
Is ice cream really too hard? Or is it that most of us have puny lil' wrist joints? =p - rönin
There's a Ben & Jerry's in the freezer at work that's rock hard. I'm pretty sure I couldn't scoop any of it out to save my life. - Andrew C (✔)
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Pentagon program delivered Humvee, rifle and kayak to Arkansas coroner | World news | theguardian.com - http://www.theguardian.com/world...
Pentagon program delivered Humvee, rifle and kayak to Arkansas coroner | World news | theguardian.com
Wait, what? Arkansas coroners have arrest powers? Who the heck are they arresting? - rönin from Bookmarklet
Zombie apocalypse will start in the coroners. - Me
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We Now Know How Much Butter Goes Into A Cronut: Gothamist - http://gothamist.com/2014...
We Now Know How Much Butter Goes Into A Cronut: Gothamist
"Here's the thing about making Cronuts: you'll need to reserve three days of your life to do it." - rönin from Bookmarklet
"But back to the butter. It's not surprising that something so delicious might be that way because of the sinful ingredients involved in making it. The dough itself has one stick of butter, to which a whopping 18 more tablespoons are added as part of that "butter block." Plus the multiple cups of butter filled coffee you'll need to fuel your marathon baking session." - rönin
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Does anyone else use two pointing devices on a regular basis? #trackpad #trackball http://instagram.com/p...
Strange, wonder why the image didn't come through when it usually does. - rönin
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‘The iPhone Still Worked…Like a Miracle’: Hikers’ Final Moments Captured in Haunting Photos | TheBlaze.com - http://www.theblaze.com/stories...
‘The iPhone Still Worked…Like a Miracle’: Hikers’ Final Moments Captured in Haunting Photos | TheBlaze.com
"“This is an amazing photo. But I wish he had fled instead of taking pictures. I’d rather have him back,” Hiromi said. “I hope to hike up there someday, perhaps 10 years later. I want to see what my husband saw.”" - rönin from Bookmarklet
:( - Jenny H. from Android
:( - Anne Bouey
:( - chaz2b
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We raid the new Final Fantasy restaurant on our quest for drinks, desserts, and blue ramen | RocketNews24 - http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014...
We raid the new Final Fantasy restaurant on our quest for drinks, desserts, and blue ramen | RocketNews24
We raid the new Final Fantasy restaurant on our quest for drinks, desserts, and blue ramen | RocketNews24
"Earlier this year, we stopped by Artnia, the café run by video game publisher Square Enix, to munch on buster sword chocolates and drink material cocktails. Just as you’d expect from the company behind some of Japan’s biggest RPG franchises, though, there’s now an upgraded sequel, the Eorzea Café, with an even larger menu of Final Fantasy themed foods." - rönin from Bookmarklet
Johnny
Tonight I'm having a crack at making Korean BBQ. The recipe I picked starts with marination in pulped kiwi fruit. Strange times ahead.
Kiwi's a great tenderizer. And a great fruit. =) - rönin
My mom uses that. - Eric - It's My Thing from iPhone
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The math behind McDonald's Monopoly sweepstakes shows the only properties that really matter - Yahoo Finance - http://finance.yahoo.com/news...
The math behind McDonald's Monopoly sweepstakes shows the only properties that really matter - Yahoo Finance
"So here are the only game pieces that are actually very valuable. Don't trade these away: BROWN: Mediterranean Ave, odds 1 in 30 million wins $1,000. LIGHT BLUE: Vermont Ave, odds 1 in 40 million, wins $5,000. PINK: Virginia Ave, odds 1 in 200 million, wins $10,000 ORANGE: Tennessee Ave, odds 1 in 602 million, wins Super Bowl tickets. RED: Kentucky Ave, odds 1 in 15 million, wins one of 40 plane tickets for two. YELLOW: Ventnor Ave, odds 1 in 300 million, wins $20,000 GREEN: Pennsylvania Ave, odds 1 in 40 million, wins one of 15 Fiat cars. BLUE: Boardwalk, 1 in 602 million, wins $1,000,000 in $50,000 annual payments. RAILROADS: Short Line railroad, 1 in 150 million, wins a year's supply of gas. So, if you find one of those pieces, you're actually special. If you find any other piece, it's basically worthless, unless you can find a guy with an actually valuable piece to sell it to." - rönin from Bookmarklet
I remember back in college people were collecting these. One of the engineering majors looked at everyone's pieces and came up with similar results. He said, that if all of use 2 out of 3 of a color property, chances are that other property is either more rare or in play in a different part of the country. I didn't play, but kept them because I knew I was going to get free fries or a drink. Great for starving college students. - Anika
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Commuting Through Penn Station To Truly Suck For A Long Time: Gothamist - http://gothamist.com/2014...
Commuting Through Penn Station To Truly Suck For A Long Time: Gothamist
75% under the Hudson??? That's insane. "According to a report released by Amtrak [PDF], the tunnels underneath the Hudson and East Rivers sustained significant damage from flooding and will need extensive repairs, which will require cutting commuter rail service by roughly 20% under the East River, and 75% under the Hudson." - rönin from Bookmarklet
This is why canceling the ARC Tunnel project (as flawed as it was) was so short-sighted. It's going to be a real mess for several years. - John (bird whisperer)
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With Dry Taps and Toilets, California Drought Turns Desperate - NYTimes.com - http://www.nytimes.com/2014...
With Dry Taps and Toilets, California Drought Turns Desperate - NYTimes.com
"Now in its third year, the state’s record-breaking drought is being felt in many ways: vanishing lakes and rivers, lost agricultural jobs, fallowed farmland, rising water bills, suburban yards gone brown. But nowhere is the situation as dire as in East Porterville, a small rural community in Tulare County where life’s daily routines have been completely upended by the drying of wells and, in turn, the disappearance of tap water." - rönin from Bookmarklet
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After using iPhone 6 for awhile & then picking up the ol’ 5, can really appreciate ease of 1 thumb use w/out needing to shift phone in palm.
Reachability is an ok alternative but still need to get used to it. More often than not I double touch and nothing happens. So it's more like a quadruple or sextuple touch. =p Also since it needs to be done on the Home button, I also waste time bringing my thumb all the way back down to it after having spent some time fruitlessly waving it around at the top of the screen. - rönin
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Mosquitoes Get Bug Bites, Too | Mental Floss - http://mentalfloss.com/article...
Mosquitoes Get Bug Bites, Too | Mental Floss
"Turns out, mosquitoes have their own bloodsucking pest that they have to deal with, a parasitic midge known as Culicoides anopheles." - rönin from Bookmarklet
Meg VMeg
Has anyone ever eaten sole before? The fish.
I think I have, but I don't remember anything about it. - John (bird whisperer)
Ages ago - it was fish? I remember not disliking it, which for young me, was a big feat. - Jennifer Dittrich
yep, we used to eat it all the time when i was a kid. - holly #ravingfangirl
Did it go extinct and no one said anything? I don't think I've ever seen it for sale, but there are recipes... - Meg VMeg
they have just been way overfished and are close to endangered. - holly #ravingfangirl
Wikipedia says they're fine! Shows what Wikipedia knows. - Meg VMeg
well, some have recovered, but not all: http://www.fishwatch.gov/seafood... thing happened to red snapper, which was super common when i was growing up. they're trying to build them back up: http://www.fishwatch.gov/seafood... - holly #ravingfangirl
Sole meunière is one of my old-time favorites. - Bren - pseudo-Buddhist from iPhone
Yup, we see grey sole a lot in the supermarkets here. Sole, flounder, halibut, I like all the flatfishes. - rönin
all the time - jambina
Hm. Seafood Watch gave the ok.http://www.seafoodwatch.org/seafood... - Rodfather from Android
D brings it home just so he can talk about Dead Milkmen. *eyeroll* - Marie
lol Marie, I would do that, too, if I ever saw it at the store - Meg VMeg
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This Country Just Abolished College Tuition Fees | ThinkProgress - http://thinkprogress.org/educati...
This Country Just Abolished College Tuition Fees | ThinkProgress
Better start sending my kids to German school on Sundays. =p "Prospective students in the United States who can’t afford to pay for college or don’t want to rack up tens of thousands in student debt should try their luck in Germany. Higher education is now free throughout the country, even for international students. Yesterday, Lower Saxony became the last of seven German states to abolish tuition fees, which were already extremely low compared to those paid in the United States." - rönin from Bookmarklet
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Artist Got 380 People To Trade Their Personal Data For A Cookie: Gothamist - http://gothamist.com/2014...
Artist Got 380 People To Trade Their Personal Data For A Cookie: Gothamist
"The most compelling exhibit we stumbled across at last week's DUMBO Arts Festival was Risa Puno's "Please Enable Cookies." Puno baked 700 confections iced to resemble the logos of social media companies; to get one you had to turn over personal information, such as your email address, your mother's maiden name, the last four digits of your SSN, and even your fingerprints. ProPublica followed up with Puno and found that 380 New Yorkers participated in the physical phishing performance, 162 of them giving up their SSN info, 117 of them relinquishing their fingerprints, and more than half posing for a photo." - rönin from Bookmarklet
o.O At first I assumed people were just hungry, then I read the article and I may have cried a little. - Anika
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Distractify | A New Yorker Expertly Teaches The Unwritten Rules Of Living In NYC In These Illustrations - http://news.distractify.com/abby-s-...
Distractify | A New Yorker Expertly Teaches The Unwritten Rules Of Living In NYC In These Illustrations
Great tips. - rönin from Bookmarklet
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[ENG] 140614 SNL Korea S05E11 - Science High School vs Foreign High School (Jay Park Cut) - YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
[ENG] 140614 SNL Korea S05E11 - Science High School vs Foreign High School (Jay Park Cut) - YouTube
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Interesting that Korea has their own SNL. Wonder if they also get their share of haters complaining about how they're just not funny (anymore). =p - rönin from Bookmarklet
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