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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Stick To Fiction?

by Dish Staff Paul Seaton pans novelist Marilynne Robinson’s political commentary, claiming that her “high intelligence and humane sensibility seem to flee her when she looks to her right”: In literary terms, Marilynne Robinson is a national treasure. In political terms, not so much. “When she was good, she was very, very good, but when […]

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The Long, Strange History of the Kung Fu Fighting Melody

The Long, Strange History of the Kung Fu Fighting Melody


Welcome to Reading List , Gizmodo's weekend roundup of the best writing from around the web. Today we've got great pieces from NPR, IEEE Spectrum, Chicago Magazine, Nautilus, and more.


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“I Feel, Therefore I Am”

by Dish Staff Alan Lightman shares the “tentative conclusions” he’s drawn from thinking about how to live with the belief that law, culture, and social codes “have no intrinsic value outside of our minds”: [U]ntil the day when we can upload our minds to computers, we are confined to our physical body and brain. And, […]

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Kickstarter Round 2!

If you’re still following this blog and not the new one, I wanted to point you to our Kickstarter! It’s going to be an uphill battle. We don’t have a famous game developer on the project that would make the … Continue reading

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Decryptolocker Saves You From the Popular Cryptolocker Ransomware

Decryptolocker Saves You From the Popular Cryptolocker Ransomware


Cryptolocker is a nasty piece of malware that encrypts the files on your computer and holds them ransom. If you don't pay for a code to unlock the files, you don't get them back. FireEye and Fox-IT recently launched a tool to help users get their files back.


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