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Game|Life Podcast:

wired.com — WIRED's own Angry Nerd Chris Baker returns to the Game|Life podcast this week! He's downloaded the demo version of Return of the Obra Dinn , the next game from Papers, Please creator Lucas Pope, and he wants to tell Peter Rubin and me all about it.
Oct 24, 2014

This week I invited @kobunheat and @provenself onto the Game|Life podcast. They were confused, as it's not my podcast wired.com/2014/10/gameli…

Oct 24, 2014

RT @kobunheat: podcast!!11 @AngryNerdWIRED (it's really @chrisbaker1337) joins @provenself and me us to talk about Obra Dinn, etc. wired.com/2014/10/gameli…

Oct 24, 2014

podcast!!11 @AngryNerdWIRED (it's really @chrisbaker1337) joins @provenself and me us to talk about Obra Dinn, etc. wired.com/2014/10/gameli…

How to Earn the Right to Buy Ferrari's Most Exclusive Hypercar

wired.com — So you've won the lottery and gotten your big check. Now you're ready to make your first purchase: the most expensive Ferrari they make. Problem is, one does not simply walk into Maranello and buy the LaFerrari supercar.
Oct 24, 2014

So you have enough money to buy a La Ferrari… they still might not let you buy one. wired.com/2014/10/herjav… pic.twitter.com/OYpjJV3hIP

Regular Guy From Boston Decides to Map the City's Entire History

wired.com — A veteran EMT and ambulance driver in Boston, Ed McCarthy is in a great position to understand his hometown spatially. But he's also a history geek, and while constantly driving around the city's neighborhoods, he loves recognizing the streets, buildings and other locales from the history books he so often buries his nose in.

The Sobering Facts About Egg Freezing That Nobody's Talking About

wired.com — Women must be fully informed about reproductive medicine before setting their hopes on it. Facebook and Apple and all companies would do well by their employees to hold fertility vendors to the highest possible standards and not inadvertently put worker's physical and mental health in jeopardy.
Oct 25, 2014

RT @catBrahic: A brave expose on the flipside of repro technology. The Sobering Facts About Egg Freezing That Nobody's Talking About wired.com/2014/10/egg-fr…

Oct 25, 2014

RT @catBrahic: A brave expose on the flipside of repro technology. The Sobering Facts About Egg Freezing That Nobody's Talking About wired.com/2014/10/egg-fr…

Oct 25, 2014

A brave expose on the flipside of repro technology. The Sobering Facts About Egg Freezing That Nobody's Talking About wired.com/2014/10/egg-fr…

Oct 24, 2014

RT @PamelaJeanne: If you can read one more: Sobering Facts About Egg Freezing Nobody's Talking About | WIRED wired.com/2014/10/egg-fr… #eggfreezing #fertility

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Audi's Self-Driving Car Hits 150 MPH on an F1 Track

wired.com — In the realm of self-driving cars, Google tends to get all the attention. Its vehicles have covered more than 700,000 miles on their own, and an adorable, steering wheel-free prototype joined the family in May. But Audi is no less serious about autonomous technology, and to prove it, it sent an RS7 flying around Germany's Hockenheimring at race pace.
Oct 25, 2014

Audi's Self-Driving Car Hits 150 MPH on an F1 Track | WIRED wrd.cm/1D7Rqjk

Smart Homes of the Future Will Know Us by Our Heartbeats

wired.com — Kevin Foreman believes that homes will soon become intelligent enough to distinguish between family members and guests within physical spaces and adapt to individual needs based on biometrics like fingerprints, body temperatures and even the rhythm of our own heartbeats. In the very near future as you walk through your home, a small device worn...
Oct 25, 2014

Royal Oak-based @Vectorform featured in @Wired story for its @DTE_Energy app and home power management possibilities: wrd.cm/1wwyLNW

Birdman Is the Best Non-Superhero Superhero Movie Ever

wired.com — Superhero movies have that name for a reason: They feature people who win, who conquer, who use their super strength to do super things and save days. Birdman is about the rest of us-the schmucks who don't have power, or who had it and lost it and are now wondering if we're relevant at all.
Oct 24, 2014

Like almost everyone else, I did a thing about how much I liked 'Birdman' - wired.com/2014/10/birdma…

German Federal Law Now on GitHub

wired.com — Want to tinker with the laws of Germany? Now you can fork them on GitHub. Stefan Wehrmeyer, a German software developer and activist who wants the government to do a better job of opening up its data, has downloaded the German federal government's complete laws and regulations and posted them to GitHub.

This Game Has Huge Potential. So Why Is Its Kickstarter Tanking?

wired.com — The Black Glove sounds like a game we'd love to play: A surreal first-person adventure from some of the people who made BioShock. But its Kickstarter campaign isn't working out. Even though it's had a great deal of publicity, it's only raised about 20 percent of its $550,000 fundraising goal.
Oct 24, 2014

"It’s [humbling]... You have to basically admit that your pitch wasn’t perfect. Some people are really hurt by that." wired.com/2014/10/black-…

Oct 24, 2014

Today: @usebomswisely on The Black Glove, Republique and how to turn around a failing Kickstarter wired.com/2014/10/black-…

Visualizing Our Tech Worship With Giant Webs of Circuitry

wired.com — For Italian artist Leonardo Ulian, this is our universe. At its center: a microchip. Beyond: resistors, capacitors, inductors, transistors. Ulian's "technological mandalas"-webs of circuitry in the form of the Hindu or Buddhist symbolic diagrams of the cosmos-are icons for an electronic age, and he'll be exhibiting them this fall in Milan.
Oct 24, 2014

Visualizing Our Tech Worship w/ Giant Webs of Circuitry: Italian artist Leonardo Ulian's icons for an electronic age. wired.com/2014/10/techno…