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Virtual Reality Comes to the Web


Maybe for Real This Time ‘A new, more accessible form of virtual reality delivered via the Web promises to let people experience digital worlds in 3-D using head-mounted displays connected to a variety of browser-enabled devices. Web VR is expected … Continue reading

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UNICEF’s Fake Video Game Highlighted the South Sudan Crisis


‘In a video uploaded on YouTube, UNICEF brings to light the life for children in war-torn Sudan by pitching a role-playing video game of a 7-year old girl’s fight for survival. ‘At the Washington Convention Center, Joe Sabia presents to … Continue reading

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Digital Media ‘Damaging Young People’s Mental Health’


Includes Social Media, Sexting and Self-Harm Websites ‘Dr Sarah Wollaston, chair of the Health Select Committee, said mental health services must consider if the sharp increase of children and young people seeking treatment for mental health problems is a result … Continue reading

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The Wonderful Story of the Clock


How the clock Gave Rise to the Modern Tyranny and how it powered the Industrial Revolution and sparked the Information Age Imagine first how one invention triggers the invention of something else that triggers another… “Johannes Gutenberg’s printing press created … Continue reading

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Turn Your Cremated Loved Ones Into Diamonds


‘The idea of wearing your deceased loved one around your finger or neck might be a little unsettling, but that’s exactly what a company called Algordanza does: transform human ashes into a diamond. ‘Ripka said the process for growing diamonds … Continue reading

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How the Secret Service ‘Bungled’ White House Shooting


Agency didn’t even know White House had been hit I don’t believe the intruder succeeded. I think the incident was staged to send Obama a message. ‘…Then came an order that surprised some of the officers. “No shots have been … Continue reading

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Should Cyborgs Have the Same Privacy Rights As Humans?


A cyborg is someone with an e-tattoo or an implanted biochip. If he/she commits a crime, and evidence of that crime exists on that device within them, do they have a legal right to protect that evidence? Do cyborgs have … Continue reading

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