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Make No Mistake, You're Being Targeted, Profiled And Mined

Big brother is watching you and his siblings, Mom, Dad and likely his Uncle Fester too. Did you really think Google was the only one “Scroogling” you? Microsoft is definitely doing it; they’re just more subtle about it. Facebook, LinkedIn, and that favorite website you hit every morning are getting …

Seven Ways to Light a Fire Without a Match

FRICTION-BASED FIRE MAKING<p>Rubbing two sticks together is likely the oldest of all ­fire-starting techniques, and also the most difficult. Besides …

Woodworking

Red Herring: Another Simple but Addictive iPad Game from the Makers of 7 Little Words

<i>Red Herring</i> is a soon-to-be-released new iPad game from the makers of the excellent <i>7 Little Words</i> game. Here is the developers’ short introduction to the game:<p><i>Red Herring</i> <b>–</b> containing word game, logic puzzle and trivia challenge elements – is about organizing words into categories while keeping an …

Herring

How to Rip a DVD with Handbrake (for Beginners)

What Does the Discovery of “Another Earth” Mean for Us?

Not so terribly long ago, the only planets we knew about for certain orbited our Sun. Within the last 20 years, though, astronomers have identified …

Bride, 30, killed 21-year-old niece during wedding party, police say

Authorities say a Pennsylvania bride fatally shot her niece in an argument that took place during a wedding party.<p>Police allege that 30-year-old Christina George-Harvan, of Conway, used her new husband's handgun to shoot 21-year-old Katelyn "Kaytee" Francis, of Fairmont, W.Va., on Thursday night. …

China Tightens Law on Eating Rare Animals

World<p>China will jail people who eat rare animals for 10 years or more under a new interpretation of the criminal law, state media reported, as the government seeks to close a legal loophole and better protect the natural environment.<p>China lists 420 species as rare or endangered, including the …

Wildlife

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