Have trouble telling your Ad Hocs from your Ad Hominems? Fear not, this extensive and easy to read logical fallacy chart makes it easy to tell when someone is begging the question or suffering from a confirmation bias.
It’s tough to keep on top of all the new media that comes out; What’s Outt gathers current and future releases for everything from in-theater movies to console games.
The thought of hand loading 5,000 floppy disks is more than enough to drive an inventive geek to create a better alternative–like this automated floppy disk archiver.
Last week we talked about how to buy and start a simple website using WordPress. Today, we’ll start customizing our WordPress site and get you off on the right foot to having a great quality, feature rich website.
Android’s default browser, named “Internet,” is a very simple browser that’s tied to your Android OS version. Other, third-party browsers offer more powerful interfaces, greater configurability, and more frequent updates.
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Our first edition of WIG for April is filled with news links covering topics such as a U.S. based credit card processor for VISA and MasterCard has suffered a major breach, specs for a real Linux-powered Star Trek tricorder have been published, an FBI assistant director says that U.S. is not winning the war with hackers, and more.