One of the “fathers of the internet” has warned that images and documents we store on computers may disappear from history as the ongoing digital revolution makes older hardware and
softwareobsolete.Vint Cerf, a vice president at Google, made his remarks during a science conference, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, in San Jose, California.Cerf said that important pieces of information, our life, family photographs and memories, that we have stored on our hard drives or on the internet, may be lost as the pace of the digital revolution accelerates. rt.com
You'd think the substitution of anuses for arms was as good as a misprint gets, but such hilarious scanning errors are merely the latest in a long history of printing goofs. Here are some of the best. Can you find better ones?
1. The Wicked Bible
2. Ground black people
3. Jonathan Franzen's massive parade of typos
4. Like chips in the sea
5. Guardian Chistmas card
How Data Mining Uncovered Rampant Scientific Plagiarism and Fraud, Harold “Skip” Garner
The author wanted to build software that would navigate medical jargon. He ended up uncovering widespread plagiarism and hundreds of millions of dollars in potential fraud
Jim Edwards / Daniel Goodman / BIFacebook is a great utility if you want to stay in touch with friends and family, share photos, and see what other people are up to in their lives.It's free to use, of course, but that doesn't mean it comes without a price. If you're using Facebook, you're giving the company a ton of information about yourself which it is selling to advertisers in one form or another.And most people forget that when they download or sign up for an app or website using their Facebook login, that they're giving those companies a direct look into their Facebook profiles and some of their personal data. That can often include your email address and phone number, but frequently also your current location. continue reading
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