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Civilian ends a high-speed car chase

Car fleeing from police goes through park, nearly hits children.

There was a 14 year old driving that car which was his grandfathers. He was speeding and being chased through a park that was populated with children. The owner of the truck was there with his kids and decided to get into his truck and use it if the car decided to turn back into the park.
The car getting chased starts to make its way into the parking lot of the park and the truck driver decided it was time to stop him.

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Powerful social ads

Buckle up. Stay alive.
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Smoking Causes Premature Ageing
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Slower is better
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Don’t talk while he drives
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Google Invests in 180 satellites to spread internet access worldwide

Google’s plans for satellite-based internet access just got a little more concrete. The Wall Street Journal hears that the search firm is preparing to build 180 “small, high capacity” satellites (not pictured here) that will go into low orbit and provide internet connections to underserved areas. While details aren’t forthcoming about the machines, there may be more on the way; reportedly, the company could “double” its vehicle count if all goes well. A spokeswoman didn’t confirm or deny the efforts, but did note that having an internet link “significantly improves people’s lives.”

The initiative might be very expensive, with tipsters estimating a cost between $1 billion to $3 billion. However, the satellites could eventually pay for themselves. They would really be an extension of the thinking behind the balloons from Project Loon — getting more people online increases the number of people who can see ads, improving Google’s bottom line. Any orbital internet service would most likely serve as a complement to Project Loon, providing data in far-flung, sparsely populated regions while the balloons handle places with greater demand.

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Introducing the iWatch

Can’t Wait for the iWatch! :)

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iOS 8 homescreen widgets concept

I don’t want Apple’s Tim Cook to implement this exactly, but I do want the option to “peek” into my icons for quick info.

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The Fire Lab in Missoula, Montana

Super interesting video about The Fire Lab in Missoula, Montana which studies the spread of fires in an enclosed facility in order to better understand how and why wildfires begin and act in the wild.

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Tronborghini

I believe when it comes to Tron Aventadors, Team Salamone takes the cake with their “Chromeventador.”

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The history of the selfie

We live in the age of the selfie. A fast self-portrait, made with a smartphone’s camera and immediately distributed and inscribed into a network, is an instant visual communication of where we are, what we’re doing, who we think we are, and who we think is watching. Selfies have changed aspects of social interaction, body language, self-awareness, privacy, and humor, altering temporality, irony, and public behavior. It’s become a new visual genre—a type of self-portraiture formally distinct from all others in history. Selfies have their own structural autonomy. This is a very big deal for art. Here are some interesting facts about the selfie.

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Best News Bloopers May 2014

Funny news bloopers that hit the internet in May 2014.

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Dr Dre’s Homies Then And Now

He’s a business man, deal with it.