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There Is Such Thing As A Cockroach Cam And It's Just As Gross As You'd Imagine

If you’re one of those people who feel as if you’re undeserving of love and/or enjoy torturing yourself for fun, here’s something new to add to your self-mutilation bag o’ tricks: watch a 24/7/365 Cockroach Cam. It’s the worst thing on the internet right now. I also can’t stop watching.


Watch Some Polar Bears Adorably Destroy A Nature Show's Spy Cameras

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HP V1020h Pocketcam Is Less Pricey Than Its Peers

Today HP announced the V1020h, a 720p-recording, SDHC card-reading pocketcam. It has a built-in USB plug and an HDMI port for sharing, but the real noteworthy tidbit here is the pricetag: $US109.


Vivitar DVR 150 Camcorder: Infrared, Night Vision, Waterproof

I don’t know how the new Vivitar DVR 150 camera’s quality will stack up against the Flip and its clones, but being waterproof down to five metres and having infrared night vision is a promising start.


Hollywood Doesn't Understand Where Pirated Movies Come From

Cory Doctorow has a piece in The Guardian explaining why it’s awfully dumb for a theatre to confiscate mobile phones at a preview screening: Nobody’s pirating movies with a mobile phone, and real leaks come from inside the industry.


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