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February 07 2013

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It's super effective!
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January 29 2013

Internet! Fuck yeah!

January 23 2013

Anyone else on soup tries to play League of Legends?  
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December 24 2012

How to cut a Pizza
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Eloquent Linus is eloquent. #1
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November 15 2012

Mermaid is pissed
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November 11 2012

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A bar in Paris
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November 05 2012

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DIY iPhone Speakers
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November 04 2012

More Lifehacks
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November 03 2012

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“This guy paid me five hundred bucks to bring it out here. He wanted it here at exactly seven o’clock.”
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October 31 2012

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Ethiopian kids hack OLPCs in 5 months with zero instruction
Just to give you a sense of what these villages in Ethiopia are like, the kids (and most of the adults) there have never seen a word. No books, no newspapers, no street signs, no labels on packaged foods or goods. Nothing. And these villages aren't unique in that respect; there are many of them in Africa where the literacy rate is close to zero. So you might think that if you're going to give out fancy tablet computers, it would be helpful to have someone along to show these people how to use them, right?

But that's not what OLPC did. They just left the boxes there, sealed up, containing one tablet for every kid in each of the villages (nearly a thousand tablets in total), pre-loaded with a custom English-language operating system and SD cards with tracking software on them to record how the tablets were used. Here's how it went down, as related by OLPC founder Nicholas Negroponte at MIT Technology Review's EmTech conference last week:

"We left the boxes in the village. Closed. Taped shut. No instruction, no human being. I thought, the kids will play with the boxes! Within four minutes, one kid not only opened the box, but found the on/off switch. He'd never seen an on/off switch. He powered it up. Within five days, they were using 47 apps per child per day. Within two weeks, they were singing ABC songs [in English] in the village. And within five months, they had hacked Android. Some idiot in our organization or in the Media Lab had disabled the camera! And they figured out it had a camera, and they hacked Android."
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October 22 2012

Sowas, nur mit Buchstütze. Das wär's.
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Patch us up, Baby!
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October 21 2012

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Haters gonna hate
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October 14 2012

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How can you help?
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Creative, practical, environment-friendly
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pool boat
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