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This past Friday, I mentioned that I was trying to get the new Twitter web client. My colleague and noted internet deviant Mat Honan graciously offered to pop in the workaround for me if I’d send him my password. I was in a rush to get to a meeting, so unaccountably, I agreed. Big mistake.
As if you didn’t have enough to worry about this weekend, Assistant Surgeon General Ali Khan is warning of a pending Zombie apocalypse. And she hasn’t even been fired yet! Actually, it’s a pretty good idea.
It seems that The Eagles were on to something when they sang that “there ain’t no way to hide your lyin’ eyes”, because researchers are working on eye-tracking technology which will detect dishonesty better than a traditional polygraph test.
Senator Conroy has been on the warpath recently, accusing critics of the government’s proposed mandatory internet filter of spreading “misinformation”. Well last week, the minister himself was busted by iiNet after he publicly claimed that the ISP approved of and supported the filter. Which they don’t, obviously.
No good can come of this, but if you’re in need to a quick and unreliable way to test your spouse’s fidelity, then the $US8 Agile Lie Detector for the iPhone might work.
Since Guitar Hero: World Tour features a full set of instruments that are nearly identical to Rock Band’s, Activision decided that it was time to take the high road and make their PS3 hardware completely compatible with their competition. Great, right? Well it is, except for one minor catch: PS3 Guitar Hero drums are not working in Rock Band. Oh, and the Rock Band mic isn’t working in Guitar Hero, either.