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Pay Me

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I keep all my smart appliances up to date and accessible to the outside world in a carefully controlled way, but… yeah.
Source: XKCD #1966

I keep all my smart appliances up to date and accessible to the outside world in a carefully controlled way, but… yeah.

Source: XKCD #1966

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Just be yourself.

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Yourself

Just be yourself.

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KFC created a fried chicken ‘crust’ pizza for those who fear no weight gain →

KFC has brought us some extreme creations before like the Double Down, which replaced burger buns with fried chicken, so the "Chizza" shouldn't have come as that much of a surprise. The Chizza uses fried chicken as crust and is topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, ham, pineapple and drizzled with KFC’s “special cheese sauce.”… — thechive.com

I’d try it. Once.

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Qarnot’s wall-mounted heater doubles as a crypto-mining rig →

Qarnot's QC-1 heats your home while mining Ethereum. — engadget.com

Genius, or stupid?

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You Can't Read This Website Until You Turn Off Your Internet →

The Disconnect, a new magazine featuring short stories, articles, and poetry, is online-only. But you can’t actually read it while you’re online. The webzine hides behind a warning notice until you disconnect your phone or computer from the internet. (The whole zine loads as soon as you visit one page.) “This is not a Luddite rallying cry against modernity,” says editor Chris Bolin. It’s “an experiment-in-progress.” — Nick Douglas, lifehacker.com

This is actually a really cool idea.

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How to Set a Music Alarm With Your Google Home Speaker →

I love starting every morning with a daily briefing from my Google Home speaker (just say “Hey, Google good morning” and you’ll get the weather, news and any events on your calendar), but using it as an alarm clock is another story. That’s because Google’s never made it easy to wake up to music instead of a wailing siren—until now. — Jacob Kleinman, lifehacker.com

Neat-o!

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Google backs a single stylus for all your devices →

Google officially backs the Universal Stylus Initiative. — engadget.com

The search for the best possible stylus is something that’s occupied my life for many years now.

Could this be the answer?

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Bournemouth bars have begun accepting a smartphone app as ID →

"Digital ID" means you can leave your passport and driving licence at home. — engadget.com

Interesting…

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