Wednesday, April 29, 2009


Researchers have found a way to get buttons to pop up on touchscreen surfaces.

Retirement of the space shuttles might be delayed.

Small Beer Press is having a huge sale.

SF Gate has an article about why some books still aren't available as ebooks.

TNT has announced start dates for their original programming. The Closer returns June 8th, Leverage returns July 15th, and they've added new shows I'm not going to be watching.

New evidence suggests that dinosaurs in some areas survived up to 500,000 years after the mass extinction at the end of the Cretaceous era.

There are some good new images of Mercury taken by the Messenger spacecraft at and Wired.

Artificial Intelligence as an aid for archeologists? Check out this Wired article.

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