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Pissjar is a typeface you can almost smell / Boing Boing

Pissjar Sans is a free typeface evoking the unique letterforms of urine on cotton fabric. What’s remarkable about it is the fastidious attention to detail and workmanship evinced by type designers in pursuit of what could easily have been something dashed off and doomed to dafont.com obscurity. They really put their backs into it. HOW WAS IT DONE? We built a custom frame and tried out loads of different fabrics, using some good pieces of worn bed sheets with the…

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Nest Thermostat E review

Nest redefined the thermostat, transforming it from the home’s most-ignored appliance into a conversation piece. Can the company duplicate that magic with the much-cheaper Nest Thermosat E? Unboxing the Nest Thermostat E, it’s clear this is thermostat is different from the rest of the Nest line. It’s smaller, made of white plastic, and looks a lot like a hockey puck. All that plastic provides the distinct sense that yes, this is definitely the budget version. Based on the assumption that…

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Mark Zuckerberg Defends Facebook Against Trump Attack

Donald Trump took to Twitter. Mark Zuckerberg responded on Facebook. On Wednesday, the Facebook CEO responded to the president’s comments that his company “was always anti-Trump” with a bulleted statement that attempted to downplay the notion that the social network influenced the 2016 election for either party. “The facts suggest the greatest role Facebook played in the 2016 election was different from what most are saying,” Zuckerberg wrote on Facebook. It’s been a contentious month for Facebook after the company…

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Rumor: Intel slides talk chipsets, Gemini Lake SoCs, and an Optane SSD

by Zak Killian — 1:45 PM on September 29, 2017 GamersNexus isn’t our usual source of leaks, but nevertheless the folks there published a few slides that they claim are from an internal Intel document. The images appear to detail the company’s upcoming releases. Most of the info in the slides isn’t new, but there are a few interesting bits of data regarding Apollo Lake’s successor, the remainder of the 300-series chipsets, and a possible upcoming Optane SSD. As always,…

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What A Time To Be Basic: Spray-On Pumpkin Spice Flavoring

Because ’tis the season to be basic, this is the $11 Pumpkin Spice Organic Spray-On Spice developed and sold by Simply Beyond. Each bottle of 3-ounce eco-friendly non-aerosol spray can be misted on any food or beverage item to make it pumpkin spiced (pumpkin spicegetti!). I just put a can in my fanny pack so I’m never without it. And one in my anus in case I end up in jail on Thanksgiving. Plus, since it’s organic and food-safe, I…

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Google scraps controversial policy that gave free access to paywalled articles through search

Google is ending its controversial First Click Free (FCF) policy that publishers loathed because it required them to allow Google search results access to news articles hidden behind a paywall. The company is replacing the decade-old FCF with Flexible Sampling, which allows publishers instead to decide how many (if any) articles they want to allow potential subscribers to access. Google says it’s also working on a suite of new tools to help publishers reach new audiences and grow revenue. Via…

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SEC makes first fraud charges against an initial coin offering

For the first time, the US securities regulator has issued fraud charges in connection with the practice of initial coin offerings, or ICOs. The Securities and Exchange Commission has accused Maksim Zaslavskiy of defrauding investors through a pair of ICOs he misrepresented as backed by investments in real estate and diamonds. Mr Zaslavskiy told investors in his two companies that they could expect large returns from their operations, which would be funded by the proceeds of the ICOs – despite…

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The computers being trained to beat you in an argument

Image copyright Getty Images Humans are used to being outdone by computers when it comes to recalling facts, but they still have the upper hand in an argument. For now. It has long been the case that machines can beat us in games of strategy like chess. And we have come to accept that artificial intelligence is best at analysing huge amounts of data – sifting through the supermarket receipts of millions of shoppers to work out who might be…

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Kobo launches waterproof e-reader | Toronto Star

If you were worried about taking your e-reader in the bath or to the beach, Kobo has launched a version that it says can beat the elements. The Kobo Aura H20, set to retail for $179.99, will be waterproof in a metre of water for up to 30 minutes “with the port cover closed.” It will also have a dustproof design and antiglare display, making reading possible outdoors in sunny locations. “When we asked our customers what held them back…

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7-Segment Digits Slide Stylishly on This OLED Clock

Over at Sparkfun, [Alex] shared an OLED clock project that’s currently in progress but has a couple interesting twists. The first is the use of a small OLED screen for each digit, to which [Alex] added a stylistic touch. Digits transition by having segments slide vertically in a smooth animated motion. It’s an attractive effect, and the code is available on his github repository for anyone who wants to try it out. [Alex] also found that by using an ESP32 microcontroller and…

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