Jun 212012
 

Every school kid knows the funniest planet is of course Uranus. It’s like the scientists who originally named the planet were playing a prank on all future generations to come. To finally clear things up, Internet nerd  explains the background, reasoning, and, finally, the proper way to pronounce the planet name

 


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Jun 212012
 

Last month at Intel’s esteemed International Science and Engineering Fair, fifteen year old Jack Andraka won the highest award for his creation of a new, non-invasive method to detect early-stage pancreatic cancer.

When it is finally unveiled that he was the winner, Jack jumped up before the announcer even finished, screaming and smiling with glee as he ran down to the stage

 


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Jun 212012
 

The first second Microsoft announced their new Surface tablet computer, the media and nerds across the globe all shouted together, “Microsoft is copying the iPad!”

So how true is that sentiment?  and ReadWriteWeb noticed a few similarities between the giant tech companies’ press conferences and compiled this side by side comparison

Of course, true geeks are standing strong the really Microsoft invented the first true tablet computer way back in 2002 before web 2.0.

 


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Jun 212012
 

Online musical group  broke a world record with their latest music video for Everything Changes. With no editing or digital trickery, they achieved their goal of 18 costume changes over the course of the music video. 

The video is getting a celebrity viral kick start from big names like Neil Patrick Harris and Ok Go, and is featured on LaughingSquid, RecordSetter, YouTubeTrends, and Devour

 


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Jun 212012
 

Have you ever gone to a fast food restaurant only for your burger to not look as amazing and magical as the one your eyes have been force fed in countless advertising publications?

Well, , wanting to keep an open profile, took on that specific question. Isabel B from Toronto purchased a McD’s quarter pounder with cheese and showed side by side the similarities and differences the actual burger has with the photo shoot one. Surprisingly, the photo shoot uses all the same ingredients, they just know how to make it look magical.

The two day old video already has over 1.5 million views, and is covered on BusinessInsider, DigitalTrends, and TheFW.

 


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