Monthly Archives: March 2015

Obama broaches the idea of mandatory voting

This is how you know voting is meaningless.
http://j.mp/1GuQR6n
Link excerpt:
Should the United States require people to vote?

Enter to win a 2015 Chrysler 200S on Groupon!

http://bit.ly/1FFt2KR
Link excerpt:
Sign up for a chance to ride in style with Groupon.

March 19, 2015 at 10:16AM

This is how you know voting is meaningless.

March 19, 2015 at 07:20AM

A scene from the upcoming “Faces Of Death” reboot.

How this 14-year-old girl designed, developed, and released her own mobile game | GamesBeat |…

If the robots don’t take all our jobs, the kids will.
http://j.mp/19xSshl
Link excerpt:
Crazy Block is the first game from young, Spanish developer Lucia Sanchez.

UPGRADE YOUR CAR TO A CONNECTED CAR

Pay with #Bitcoin, cheaper than a diagnostic at the dealer.
http://fbuy.me/b-eJP
Link excerpt:
Automatic plugs into your car and wirelessly connects to your smartphone when you drive to help you save money on gas and repairs, keep your engine healthy, remember where you parked and more.

Wireless Bluetooth Cloud Buds

The size of the iPhone 6 plus means I can’t put it to my face and can’t keep pulling out headphones. So…
http://j.mp/1Erz9k6
Link excerpt:
Stronger Sound, Lighter Hardware, Premium Design: Bluetooth Headphones w/ Built-In Mic

Senate Asks Facebook, Google To Send User Information Without A Warrant

“Your” “representatives” at “work”
http://j.mp/18TROJV
Link excerpt:
Wording in a new cybersecurity bill could compel tech companies to voluntarily share user information with law enforcement.

Police Departments Are Buying Cell Data-Scooping Tech They Can’t Talk About

Yay, freedom!
http://j.mp/1BNs0uB
Link excerpt:
Law enforcement agencies are using a new surveillance device, but can only purchase it by signing an NDA.

$56,000 Speeding Ticket Issued Under Finland’s System of Fines Based On Income – Slashdot

Workers paradise.
http://j.mp/1CmRb7I
Link excerpt:
HughPickens.com writes Joe Pinsker writes at The Atlantic that Finish businessman Reima Kuisla was recently caught going 65 miles per hour in a 50 zone in his home country and ended up paying a fine of $56,000. The fine was so extreme because in Finland, some traffic fines, as well as fines for shop…