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By taking the polarizing film from an old LCD monitor and applying it to some glasses, this clever hacker made the perfect privacy screen.

You know, to keep people from looking at your classified files and sensitive information. Not anything naughty. At all.

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Behold the Robot Revolution!

5 amazing types of robots who can, play catch, work in space, act in terrible plays, throw bricks at people, and just generally be creepy. Looks like the singularity isn't too far off.

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Belligerent Customer Won't Cooperate With Tech Support

Sometimes you're having a conversation with a human being that you otherwise thought was perfectly rational, and not prone to fits of blind and entirely irrational rage, and then they pull a fast one on you. This particular customer opted for being a waking nightmare. Fortunately, the tech support employee who fielded the situation kept their cool, and it all worked out in the end. 

An angry customer refuses to cooperate with tech support, and makes threats | r/talesfromtechsupport Join u/KrazeeLadee2 256d not restarting my modem! l'd sooner drive full 175 miles HQ punch Long Soooooo among literally thousands calls had my 4 years tech support an ISP, this guy really took cake apotheosis all those calls most infuriating yet hindsight) hilarious call ever had my life. He came on fairly quiet Saturday morning, and conversation started quite normally Good morning, this is
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Members of the IBR Algorithm Group and Braunschweig University of Technology mounted LED lights on a batch of Roomba floor-cleaning robots and let them go to town in an empty room, taking long-exposure camera shots of the guys in action. The resulting light show is pretty cool, wouldn't you say?

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