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You Can Watch 8 Minutes Of That Cheesy Mr. Robot Horror Film Online
30-Jul-16   By: Carli Velocci on io9, shared by Carli Velocci to Gizmodo

The previous episode of Mr. Robot finally gave us an origin story for the F Society, specifically where the group got its weird, Monopoly Man-inspired mask that has become its symbol and it comes from a fake 1980s horror film that you can watch online.

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A New Yahoo AI Can Detect Online Abuse, But Automation Isn't the Answer
30-Jul-16   By: Carli Velocci

Online harassment is a serious, but tough problem to try and solve. There is a need for a new system that can ease the burden on moderators who have to comb through those reports. As someone who was once responsible for doing that for a local news station (a much smaller venue than, say, Twitter), I can sympathize with the toll seeing all those racist, abusive messages takes on your psyche. It sucks.

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Nash Turns 100 Today: Here's Six Reasons Why It May Be The Most Influential Car Company Ever
30-Jul-16   By: Jason Torchinsky on Jalopnik, shared by Carli Velocci to Gizmodo

Nash Motors would have been a century old today, and while I suspect that most modern gearheads probably don’t give Nash much thought, they really should. For a defunct car company, we still feel Nash’s influence a surprising amount, in ways that are pretty basic and fundamental to how cars are today. Let’s pretend we’re all old dudes in bad shirts at a car show and take a bit to appreciate the crap out of Nash, in six huge ways.

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Early Animals Could've Caused Earth's First Mass Extinction Simply By Existing
30-Jul-16   By: Carli Velocci

You don’t need a disastrous, immediate event to bring about the end of the world. Sometimes you just need evolution to take its toll.

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The Next Avengers Movie Is Called Infinity War, But We Don't Know About the One After That
29-Jul-16   By: Germain Lussier on io9, shared by Carli Velocci to Gizmodo

In May 2018, the Avengers are going to have an Infinity War. A year after that though, we now have no idea what they’ll be doing. Marvel just clarified a rumor that had been circling for several months : its previously announced two-part Infinity War movie is no more.

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Get Your Math Geek On with This A Capella Hamilton Parody
29-Jul-16   By: Jennifer Ouellette

It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of the uber-nerdy A Capella Science series on YouTube. And now it’s back with another super-clever geeky video, parodying the hip-hop opening number of the smash Broadway musical Hamilton.

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These Are the Four Stages of Your Brain on Math
29-Jul-16   By: Jennifer Ouellette

Have you ever wondered what your brain is really doing as you sweat your way through a math test? Now you can see for yourself, thanks to a new brain imaging study from Carnegie Mellon University that captured the brain activity of people in the act of solving math problems.

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Guy Builds a Crazy Bellows Using Only Primitive Technology
29-Jul-16   By: Bryan Menegus on Sploid, shared by Bryan Menegus to Gizmodo

The story of mankind is one of doing as little work as possible. And that plays out most excellently as Christian Bale lookalike Primitive Technology seeks to build the most efficient “forge blower” he can with the bounty of the forest.

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Today's Best Deals: Over-Ear Headphones, Lodge Dutch Oven, ExOfficio Underwear
29-Jul-16   By: Shep McAllister on Deals, shared by Shep McAllister to Gizmodo

AKG headphones, a 2-in-1 Lodge dutch oven, and the most popular underwear lead off Friday’s best deals.

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Doughnut-Flavored Soda Will Make Your Dentist Very Rich
29-Jul-16   By: Bryan Menegus

“Two Southern Classics, One Legendary Taste,” is the marketing language emblazoning every bottle of Cheerwine Kreme, the unholy combination of, well, soda and doughnuts. While Krispy Kreme has graced the tastebuds of us Yankees for some time now, Cheerwine remains uniquely Southern. I’m not from the South, and something tells me the marriage of two foods known for being unhealthy will end in tears.

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Report: The Clinton Campaign Also Got Hacked [Updated] 
29-Jul-16   By: William Turton

In the wake of hacks against the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, US officials believe the computer network used by the Clinton campaign has also been compromised, according to a new report from Reuters.

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The Horrifying Reason Siberia Is Dealing With an Anthrax Outbreak
29-Jul-16   By: Maddie Stone

In a news report that could easily be the plot of a cult horror movie, an anthrax outbreak has swept the remote Yamalo-Nenets district of western Siberia, killing 1,500 reindeer since Sunday. According to NBC News, authorities think the outbreak began when some zombie anthrax thawed out of an infected reindeer corpse and woke up.

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Bluetooth Has Finally Outsold Wired Headphones
29-Jul-16   By: Darren Orf

When Bluetooth headphones first hit the market in the mid-2000s, it was a good idea to steer clear. The sound was discernibly worse. Connection problems were abundant, and they were expensive. But a decade later, consumer research firm NPD Group says that Bluetooth headphones have finally outsold their wired competition.

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Lava Spilling Over a Cliff Looks Like Hot Candy
29-Jul-16   By: Ria Misra

Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano has been slowly leaking lava onto the surface around it for over three decades now, but only rarely does that lava reach the island’s cliffs. This week, it finally did—and a photographer caught the whole thing from a boat.

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Everything We Can Piece Together About Apple's Mysterious Car Project
29-Jul-16   By: Sophie Kleeman

Everything We Can Piece Together About Apple's Mysterious Car Project

It’s 2016, and Apple’s mysterious, oft-buzzed about car project is still tucked away under the “ideas that may or may not happen in this lifetime” section of the company’s filing cabinet. Despite a powerful rumor mill—former Apple board member Mickey Drexler once claimed it was Steve Jobs’ “dream” to make an iCar, and reports have repeatedly materialized over the years that Apple was in various stages of building its own vehicle—we’re still waiting, and the will-they-or-won’t-they nature of the project has us asking if we’ll ever see the vehicular version of Sasquatch.

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You Won’t Waste Any More Food or Money with These Discounted Produce Containers
29-Jul-16   By: Shep McAllister on Deals, shared by Shep McAllister to Gizmodo

We’re all probably a bit ashamed of the amount of produce we allow to spoil in the fridge, but these Rubbermaid FreshWorks containers use a few neat tricks to extend your food’s lifespan, and avoid unnecessary waste.

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Watch a Katana Bend When It Hits Liquid
29-Jul-16   By: Casey Chan on Sploid, shared by Adam Clark Estes to Gizmodo

Watch a Katana Bend When It Hits Liquid

In order to harden the edge of steel, swords are often heated until they’re impossibly hot and then quenched in liquid to rapidly cool down. This creates a much stronger grain structure in the steel which obviously leads to a much stronger sword. An interesting thing that happens during this quenching process is how the sword dramatically bends before it snaps back into shape (with a slight upward tilt).

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io9 Review: The Killing Joke Movie Is Stuck in the Worst Parts of the Past
29-Jul-16   By: James Whitbrook on io9, shared by Mario Aguilar to Gizmodo

The biggest problem with The Killing Joke movie’s portrayal of Batgirl goes beyond a poor approach to a female character. Its biggest problem is that what it adds to Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s original 1988 comic is so pointless, that its shoddy treatment of Barbara Gordon becomes all the more insulting.

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Tom Holland Hints at How Captain America: Civil War Affects Spider-Man Homecoming
29-Jul-16   By: Germain Lussier on io9, shared by Adam Clark Estes to Gizmodo

Fans who weren’t in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con last week haven’t seen it yet, but the first footage from Jon Watts’ Spider-Man Homecoming was excellent: it’s got an upbeat, ‘80s high school vibe with one very surprising moment for Peter Parker, which we asked star Tom Holland about.

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Surprise, More Russian Athletes Banned From Rio Olympics For Doping
29-Jul-16   By: Bryan Menegus

Well everything about Rio keeps getting worse. The Zika-infested city, with it’s shit-laden waters , and beaches rife with human remains will be hosting fewer and fewer athletes, many of whom are backing out for totally understandable reasons. As of today that list of non-competitors now includes the entirety of Russia’s weightlifting team, the AP reports.

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