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  • First Look at Sonic 4
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    Sega shows off the first few levels of Sonic’s return to his classic gaming roots.

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  • IETF Drops RFC For Cosmetic Carbon Copy
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    paulproteus writes “Say you have an email where you want to send an extra copy to someone without telling everyone. There’s always been a field for that: BCC, or Blind Carbon Copy. But how often have you wanted to do the opposite: make everyone else think you sent a copy to somebody without actually having done so? Enter the new IETF-NG RFC: Cosmetic Carbon Copy, or CCC. Now you can conveniently email all of your friends (with a convenient exception (more…)

  • Tiger Woods Will Face Hooters At Masters
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    The Hooters franchise in Augusta, Georgia will throw a week-long festival with a bikini contest and special competitions for Tiger Woods to participate in if he chooses to do so.

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  • Track an iPad from Shenzhen to you
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    Trace an iPad’s journey from China to the customer’s home. By monitoring Twitter & tracking reports, Nick Saint has assembled an iPad’s typical journey to the US.It starts at the infamous Foxconn factory in Shenzhen, China. That’s the “iPad nursery,” if you will. From there, iPads destined for the USA fly to Anchorage, Alaska, and then…

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  • House of Commons Finds No Evidence of Tampering In Climate E-mails
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    dwguenther writes “The first of several British investigations into the e-mails leaked from one of the world’s leading climate research centers has largely vindicated the scientists involved. The House of Commons’ Science and Technology Committee said Wednesday that they’d seen no evidence to support charges that the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit … had tampered with data or perverted the peer review process to exaggerate the (more…)

  • ‘RapeLay’ Video Game Goes Viral Amid Outrage
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    The game begins with a teenage girl on a subway platform. She notices you are looking at her and asks, “Can I help you with something?”

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