Archive: October 2012

October 31 2012

xkcd: Fifty Shades < Prev · Random; Next >; >|. Permanent link to this comic: Image URL (for hotlinking/embedding): Selected Comics. Search co… View this post on Google+

October 29 2012

Google’s Chrome Remote Desktop Screen Sharing Service Comes Out Of Beta, Adds Real-Time Audio For Windows | TechCrunch Google just announced that it is taking its Chrome Remote Desktop screensharing service out of beta. As the name implies, the Chrome[…]

October 18 2012

Ubuntu 12.10 “Quantal Quetzal” takes flight with a bag full of Juju Ubuntu kicks off a new two-year cycle with fancy enterprise features. View this post on Google+

October 18 2012

October 18, 2012 Hey geeks! I and a bunch of the Gaymercon nerds are going to participate in a game-related fundraiser on the 20th. I’m not sure what I’m playing yet, but I’m hoping it’s Mario Bros. None of that[…]

October 16 2012

Whether or not you plan on voting for Obama or not, this is pretty funny. Reshared post from +Mashable President Obama has reproached Mitt Romney for not providing details on his alleged “$5 trillion tax cut plan” and how he’d pay[…]

October 16 2012

“Wreck-It Ralph” secret Muni stop photo booths | The Big Event | an blog CmfThirdPartyHeader – SFGate “Wreck-It Ralph” secret Muni stop photo booths View this post on Google+

October 16 2012

October 16, 2012 Whee! Sorry for the erratic updates. I’m finally done with the MONTH OF TRAVELING. Things should be back on track shortly.

October 15 2012

Researchers discover planet with four suns Researchers believe they’ve found a first: a planet with four suns. Discovered by Kian Jek and Robert Gagliano, members of the crowdsourced astronomy site Planet Hunters, the planet revolves around a…. View this post[…]

October 10 2012

Embedded Link One in five Americans reports no religious affiliation, study says Despite their nickname, the “nones” are far from godless. View this post on Google+

October 9 2012

Pick up the phone: US airlines rethinking on-board cell phone service Foreign airlines let passengers make calls, but US airspace still a dead zone. View this post on Google+

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