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Is This The Weirdest Possible Way To Eat McDonald's?

What happens when you put a Big Mac, french fries, and Chicken McNuggets in a rice cooker? It's a take on a classic Japanese rice dish called Takikomi Gohan — and it looks delicious.

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Autistic Workers Can Thrive In High-Tech Jobs

For those with Autism, the social isolation of staring at a computer screen all day may be a welcoming environment. NPR has an uplifting story about how engineers with the socially challenging Aspergers syndrome are thriving in technology jobs. “We’ve got this one guy, for example; his productivity …

Facebook Home hits 500,000 downloads on the Play Store

A week after launch, Facebook Home has hit 500,000 downloads on the Google Play Store. The app has hardly hit any new heights, with the Facebook app garnering over 100 million downloads. Facebook’s other application on Android, Instagram, also has over 100 million installations and gained a million …

iPicture With iLens

As far as Apple is concerned there are many ‘what ifs’ that we all would like them to answer. Example, what if Apple made a watch, what if Apple made …

Shakuntala Devi India's 'Human Computer' ! In 1977 in Dallas she competed with a computer to see who give the cube root of 188138517 faster, she won. At an American university she was asked to give the 23rd root of 91674867692003915809866092758538016248310668014430862240712651642793465704086709659 3279205767480806790022783016354924852380335745316935111903596577547340075681688305 620821016129132845564805780158806771. She answered in 50 seconds. Her answer of 546372891 took a UNIVAC 1108 computer a full minute (10 seconds more) to confirm that she was right after it was fed with 13000 instructions. On June 18, 1980, she demonstrated the multiplication of two 13-digit numbers 7,686,369,774,870 x 2,465,099,745,779 picked at random by the Computer Department of Imperial College, London. She correctly answered 18,947,668,177,995,426,462,773,730 in 28 seconds. This event is mentioned in the 1995 Guinness Book of Records. #Respect

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