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Bwoglines: Innovation Edition

"Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me... we can't get fooled again."

Apple revealed the new iPhone 5 yesterday and it looks a lot like the iPhone 4. (Reuters)

It took Apple three years to figure out a new way to rip off consumers with “EarPods;” in that time, scientists have discovered a new species of monkeys in the DRC in an “exhaustive study.” (Washington Post, CNN)

Hooking up typewriters with modern computers? Yeah, it’s a thing. Or, if you need a cheaper (read: free) alternative, try q10. (Atlantic)

Today, New York Health Board members vote on the controversial city-wide 20 oz. soda ban. Health commissioner Thomas Farley thinks those 4 oz. make a difference. (NYT, NY Daily News)

 

 

 

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous the typewriter thing is bullshit

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