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Amazon Confuses Bob Woodward's Fear for L. Ron Hubbard Book
Whoops - Amazon posted reviews of ‘Fear’ by L Ron Hubbard onto its page for ‘Fear’ by Bob Woodward.
books  amazon  #tw 
september 2018 by nrturner
'A new bladder made from my own cells gave me a normal life' - BBC News
TIL that HP make printers that cam ‘print’ human body parts but my home inkjet is still rubbish.
#tw  health  bioprinting  hp  printer 
september 2018 by nrturner
Sassy or Snide: When University Twitter Banter Gets Mean | Student Affairs and Technology
‘Sassy or Snide: When University Twitter Banter Gets Mean’ - FWIW I chuckled at Essex’s tweet but it was a bit harsh.
twitter  #tw  university  marketing  socialmedia 
august 2018 by nrturner
The last Blockbuster: 'I'm proud that we've survived' - BBC News
An interview with the owner of the world’s last remaining Blockbuster Video store, in Bend, Oregon.
blockbuster  video  #tw  rental 
august 2018 by nrturner
Motorola phone 'brazen copy' of iPhone X - BBC News
Motorola’s new P30 Android smartphone looks like an almost exact copy of Apple’s iPhone X.
iphone  #tw  design  android  apple  motorola 
august 2018 by nrturner
Rainbow trout can now be called salmon in China - BBC News
Rainbow trout has been mis-sold as salmon in China for so long that the authorities have now changed the rules so that it's legal to do so.
#tw  food  salmon  fish  china 
august 2018 by nrturner
Why some computer viruses refuse to die - BBC News
There are zombie computer viruses that are still roaming the internet, over 10 years after first being detected.
malware  security  virus  #tw 
august 2018 by nrturner
Malicious faxes leave firms 'open' to cyber-attack - BBC News
So now it’s possible to hack into corporate networks using fax machines, for which cyber security is very weak.
security  #tw  cyber  fax 
august 2018 by nrturner
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 alerts users to bad photos - BBC News
Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 9 has a new feature that sounds like the digital equivalent of those advisory stickers that Boots used to put on your crappy photos when you got the developed.
photography  #tw  samsung 
august 2018 by nrturner
Homes lost after mortgage computer bug - BBC News
400 Americans lost their homes when a computer bug prevented them from receiving mortgage assistance.
#tw  mortgage 
august 2018 by nrturner
Fitbit faces anger for setting limits on women's periods - BBC News
Fitbit belatedly added menstrual tracking to its latest devices and app in May, but it assumes all periods are no more than ten days. 🙄
fitbit  #tw  health  menstruation 
august 2018 by nrturner
Why is Samsung's Galaxy S9 flagship struggling?
Sales of Samsung’s Galaxy S9 phone are lower than expected - but why?
phone  #tw  samsung  smartphone 
august 2018 by nrturner
Money to help Trump immigrants rejected - BBC News
Salesforce has had a $1million donation turned down by RAICE, who are instead demanding that they stop working with US Customs.
salesforce  customs  immigration  #tw  charity  usa 
july 2018 by nrturner
Learners waste £100,000s a year on driving tests they instantly fail
Last year, 64 people failed their practical driving test for not having L plates on their car.
#tw  driving 
july 2018 by nrturner
How two strangers set up Dropbox and made billions - BBC News
The founders of Dropbox only met weeks before starting the company, and now it has over 500 million users.
dropbox  #tw  storage 
july 2018 by nrturner
Bridge to Nowhere – Irlavas pagasts, Latvia - Atlas Obscura
There’s a railway bridge over a river in Latvia that was built in 1940, but was never connected to the railway network.
transport  latvia  rail  railways  #tw 
july 2018 by nrturner
NHS still reliant on 'archaic' fax machines - BBC News
There are still 9000 fax machines in use across the NHS, despite better alternatives being available.
#tw  fax  health  nhs 
july 2018 by nrturner
Train Buffs Are Traveling Cross-Country in Super Luxe Railcars Hitched to Amtrak Trains - WSJ
Some of the American super-rich travel around the country in their own private rail carriages, hooked onto regular Amtrak trains.
railways  #tw  rail  transport  usa 
july 2018 by nrturner
Central Line Temperature: Why is it so hot? Science has the answer | WIRED UK
Why is London Underground’s Central Line so much hotter than other tube lines?
science  transport  #tw  london  heat  underground 
july 2018 by nrturner
Is 3D printing the future of social housing? - BBC News
The world’s first 3D-printed house is in France, and it was about 20% cheaper to build than traditional houses.
housing  #tw  3d  france 
july 2018 by nrturner

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