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    $1 million in federal grant money to investigate the genesis, spread, and demise of Internet memes. The grant from the National Science Foundation awards four Indiana researchers $919,917 to for a project called Truthy that will, as the grant's abstract explains, "explore why some ideas cause viral explosions while others are quickly forgotten. " (And yes, in case you're wondering, the name was inspired by Stephen Colbert's neologism "truthiness. ") The government-funded research is aimed at identifying which memes are organic and which ones are mere astroturf. "While the vast majority of memes arise in a perfectly organic manner, driven by the complex mechanisms of life on the Web, some are engineered by the shady machinery of high-profile congressional campaigns," Truthy's About page explains. Murder Suspect Asked Siri Where To Hide a Dead Body. samzenpus posted about two weeks ago from the worst-laid-plans dept. An anonymous reader writes A Florida man currently on trial for murder reportedly attempted to use Siri to garner ideas about where to bury the body of his dead roommate. According to police allegations, a University of Florida student named Pedro Bravo murdered his roommate via strangulation in late September of 2012 over a dispute involving Bravo's ex- girlfriend. According to a detective working the case, Bravo subsequently fired up Siri on his iPhone and asked it "I need to hide my roommate. Entire South Korean Space Programme Shuts Down As Sole Astronaut Quits. samzenpus posted about two weeks ago from the take-this-job-and-launch-it dept. An anonymous reader writes The entire South Korean space program has been forced to shut down after its only astronaut resigned for personal reasons. Yi So-yeon, 36, became the first Korean in space in 2008 after the engineer was chosen by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) to lead the country's $25m space project. Her resignation begs questions of KARI regarding whether she was the right person to lead the program and whether the huge cost of sending her into space was a waste of taxpayer's money. Idiot Leaves Driver's Seat In Self-Driving Infiniti, On the Highway. samzenpus posted about three weeks ago from the bad-idea dept. cartechboy writes Self-driving cars are coming, that's nothing new. People are somewhat nervous about this technology, and that's also not news. But it appears self-driving cars are already here, and one idiot was dumb enough to climb out of the driver's seat while his car cruised down the highway. The car in question is a new Infiniti Q50, which has Active Lane Control and adaptive cruise control. Both of which essentially turn the Q50 into an autonomous vehicle while at highway speeds. While impressive, taking yourself out of a position where you can quickly and safely regain control of the car if needed is simply dumb. After watching the video, it's abundantly clear why people should be nervous about autonomous vehicles. It's not the cars and tech we need to worry about, it's idiots like this guy. Want To Work Without Prying Eyes? Try Wearing a Body Sock. samzenpus posted about a month ago from the cover-yourself dept. Nerval's Lobster writes The "Compubody Sock," which anyone with knitting skills can make at home, is a giant sock-hoodie-bag in which you place your laptop or tablet, along with your head and hands, giving you total privacy while freaking out anyone who happens to be sitting next to you. Designer Becky Stern told Forbes' Kashmir Hill that the Sock was meant more as commentary on privacy and device addiction; even so, considering how NSA employees reportedly drape themselves in hoods in order to thwart hidden cameras while typing in passwords, it's not outside the realm of possibility that an ultra-paranoid someone could find a practical use for a body sock. But that paranoid android better have expert knitting skills: putting together the Sock necessitates a whole lot of steps ("Purl 5, purl 2 together, purl 1, turn th ...
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Brothers Build World's Largest Model Airport - Slashdot
kkleiner writes "Frederik and Gerrit Braun, energetic twin brothers with no shortage of dreams, have just finished construction of the world's largest model airport.
http://www.idle.slashdot.org/story/11/05/12/020235/Brothers-Build-Worlds-Largest-Model-Airport
PETA To Launch Pornography Website - Slashdot
The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals are planning on launching an adult oriented website to help protect animals through a mix of animal suffering footage ...
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Phelps Clan Tweets Intent To Picket Jobs Funeral Via iPhone - Slashdot
It comes as no surprise that Margie Phelps of the infamous Westboro Baptist Church has already declared the church's intention to picket Steve Jobs's funeral. What is ...
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Sheikh Carves His Name In Desert So It's Visible From Space - Slashdot
While it isn't as cool as carving his name on the surface of the moon with a giant heat ray, Hamad Bin Hamdan Al Ahyan's enormous signature is quite an accomplishment ...
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Fox News Ties 'Flame' Malware To Angry Birds - Slashdot
eldavojohn writes "The title of this hard-hitting piece of journalism reads 'Powerful 'Flame' cyberweapon tied to popular Angry Birds game,' and opens with, 'The most ...
http://idle.slashdot.org/story/12/06/01/2124204/fox-news-ties-flame-malware-to-angry-birds
Raunchy Dance Routine a PR Nightmare For Microsoft - Slashdot
theodp writes "GeekWire reports on the techno-dance routine that preceded Microsoft's Windows Azure presentation at the Norwegian Developers Conference this week ...
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GameStation: "We own your soul" | bit-gamer.net
In a bid to prove that nobody reads the T&Cs of an online sale, GameStation added a new clause of their own... GameStation has today revealed that it legally owns the ...
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