This Yahoo! News story mentions Fuji, a mother dolphin that lost 75 percent of her tail due to a mysterious disease, being able to jump again with the help of what is believed to be the world's first artificial fin.
According to Keith Stuart's Gamesblog, the author thought about the gradual homogenisation of videogame design: "...
Worth1000's theme is on combining two television shows. There are 55 doctored photographs.
A project manager, at work, sent me this amusing CNN story. It reports that beavers weave stolen cash into dam in Greensburg, Louisiana. These eager beavers had a whole new slant on money laundering.
This BBC News' article says: "Although computer malfunctions remain the most common cause of file loss, data recovery experts say human behaviour still is to blame in many cases. They say that no matter how effective technology is at rescuing files, users should take more time to back-up and protect important files. The list of the top 10 global data disasters was compiled by recovery company Ontrack."
Here are some amusing and sad incidents the article listed:
Nope according to The New York Times. Air quality in the Los Angeles area has shown improvement this year, but experts caution that the problem of air pollution is far from being solved.