- The first Star Trek episode aired closer in time to the ratification of the 19th Amendment—guaranteeing women in the US the right to vote—than to today.
- Is leaving a voicemail impolite?
- Microsoft caved! Office licenses can be moved from computer to computer again.
- Skype might be charged if they don’t let French police listen into calls.
- Vatican city is digitizing over 80,000 manuscripts
- Descructoid not sure what to do, 40% of users blocking all ads. (James worked out this using: this – losing about $1000 a year with a CPM of around $18 for all my ad units, block rate between 7 and 14% daily)
- From Michael on Facebook: a test for a micro-payment system.
- Seattle bar banning Google Glass.
- Don’t call Google glass a fad because other things called a fad became really important, says Owen Williams. Fallacy much?
- From Fernadez on Facebook: iran blocks popular vpn tool. – Yep, china already uses an intelligent blocking system to cut vpn access nodes by identifying high traffic points.
- I love it when a human voice breaks through on Wikipedia.
This week on Technophilia, we have a special guest, one Bandana Rob aka Robert Wiesehan, who is master of all things SimCity, among other things.
Of course, we also have the headlines:
Call this man.
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What's everyone think? I thought Robert Wiesehan fit in perfectly, though next time him and Dave should talk Pokemon for a half hour.