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CNN's 'End of the World' Video Was First Revealed in 'Gremlins 2' — CNN founder Ted Turner commissioned a video for his network to play in case the world ended, we learned today ​via Jalopnik. It's a solemn rendition of "Nearer My God To Thee," apparently intended to be played only once the end of the world is officially confirmed.

Researchers Release Full Data from 2012 Police Body Cam Study — ​In the debate over police body cameras, there is basically one study that proponents repeatedly reference: a 2012 experiment in Rialto, California, carried out by the local police chief and two academics from the University of Cambridge.

Sumatra, Three Years After the Tsunami — Man praying at tsunami mass graves. Banda Aceh, 2007. Image: Adrianne Jeffries ​It's the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami that killed more than 230,000 people in 2004.

‘The Interview,’ Spoiled - Medium — 'The Interview,' Spoiled The Interview, a Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy about North Korea, was panned by critics and expected to bring in a mediocre box office showing. Until hackers got involved. Sony Pictures Entertainment, which owns the movie, was hit by one of the largest corporate cyber attacks in history.

What Would a Major Studio Video on Demand Release Look Like? — This morning, Sony Pictures Entertainment confi​rmed that the controversial comedy The Interview will be available to rent online through YouTube and other online platforms in addition to ​around 200 independent theaters. If that happens, this could be the largest experiment yet with a so-called "video on demand" release.

Bitcoin's Long Year — What a year it's been for Bitcoin. Scandal! Intrigue! Long-awaited acknowledgement by the Internal Revenue Service! Bitcoinworld has never been boring, but 2014 stood out as an especially eventful period in the digital currency's short history.

This Startup Is Using FOIA to Request Student Email Addresses — The Freedom of Information Act gives members of the public, including journalists, the ability to request documents from the government and organizations we support with our tax dollars. But at least one startup is trying to use it to harvest email addresses of current students at public universities.

Sony Execs Argued Over Uploading ‘Fake Torrents’ to Fight Piracy — ​ One easy takeaway from perusing leaked emails from Sony's TV and movie division is that the company, like the rest of the Hollywood establishment, absolutely loathes digital piracy and everything associated with it-so much so that a plan to circulate a fake version of a television show was praised for being "clever" but spiked because of a strict policy against using torrent sites.

Here Is the First Part of the Highly-Anticipated US 'Torture Report' — ​The Senate Intelligence Committee compiled a 6,000-page report on the interrogation techniques used on terrorism suspects by the US Central Intelligence Agency over the course of 2009 to 2013. Today, some of that report was finally made public: a 500-page executive summary, with the names of CIA participating CIA agents redacted.

The World of Do-It-Yourself Fecal Transplants (Thanks, YouTube!) — ​Fecal transplants, in a healthy person's poop is injected into a sick person's colon in order to reset their ​gut microbiota, are ​gaining traction in the medical community as an affordable and highly effective treatment for some historically untreatable conditions.
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Jan 30, 2015

RT @KaleighRogers: Anyone know a soon-to-be or recent Mom who used an app/other gadgets during her pregnancy? Send em my way:

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