Brooklynites have redefined the phrase "dumpster diving." Sony creates the all too literal Virtual Library for eBooks. We discuss why linux notebook battery life still sucks. Police try to trick hackers in New Zealand with hilarious results. San Francisco has opened its data through datasf.org. Also in SF, someone set up a life size Candyland. Papa John Schnatter opens up a pizza giveaway to try to hunt down his high school camaro. NMU, a university near our alma mater, has teamed up with Motorola to present WiMAX to its students. We also discuss adult temper tantrums and McDonald's new campaign to appeal to black people. All this plus the Fark Headline of the Week and Question of the Week.
- New Take on Dumpster Diving: Just Add Water!
- Sony Virtual Library eBook Check Out Is Awesome, But Just a Little Too Literal
- Why Is Linux Notebook Battery Life Still Poor?
- Police try to trick hackers, with hilarious results (via Crunchgear)
- City of San Francisco opens its data with DataSF.org
- Life-size Candyland game in San Francisco
- Papa John's Camaro
- Northern Michigan University teams with Motorola for campus-wide WiMAX
- Man Goes Ape Shit After Mom Throws Out Gundam Action Figures
- Today is the 50th Anniversary of Hawaiian statehood. Hawaii is of course famous for the hula, luaus, volcanoes, and temporarily being Kenya one day in 1961
- Obama Kenyan Birth Certificate
- Obama House Stalin Painting