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Monthly Archive for November, 2010
A missile launched off the California coast Monday evening and caught on video remained unexplained today, with the military claiming no knowledge of the projectile. A KCBS helicopter crew took footage of the launch, which left a long contrail in the evening sky some 35 miles west of Los Angeles. The Navy told another CBS [...] [Read More]
We’ve talked in the past about those dating sites that only accept beautiful people. You know, like Hot Enough, Diamond Lounge and Darwin Dating. Many people find the elitist nature of these sites appalling, and they don’t want to be partnered up with someone who puts looks above everything else in a relationship. Let’s face [...] [Read More]
It didn’t come easy for rescued Chilean miner Edison Pena, but he did it. The 34-year-old survivor of the 68-day ordeal finished the 26-mile New York City Marathon in 5 hours, 40 minutes, running, walking and hobbling because of a bad left knee, the Associated Press reports. Bags of ice covered his swollen knees as [...] [Read More]
After Nintendo threw a fireball into the video game industry with the Wii, Sony and Microsoft each asked the same question. And came to different answers. “Can we do this without controllers and buttons?” Or, perhaps more precisely, “Can we do what we want to do without controllers and buttons?” Sony decided the answer was [...] [Read More]
Apple recently was granted a trademark on “there’s an app for that,” the catchphrase used in its iPhone commercials. Indeed, the line has been cropping up everywhere, to the point that it has reached official cliche status. Want proof? “There’s a app for that” yields about 849,000 results in a Google search. Now, Sesame Street [...] [Read More]