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  1. Wonderful Nerds Put Wonder Woman’s Invisible Jet on Display at National Air and Space Museum

    We (don't) see what you did there.

    The National Air and Space Museum has taken 12-year-old humor and done with it what most kids can only aspire to. Yes, they really had someone up on an industrial lift mime cleaning Wonder Woman's invisible jet and talked about the process of putting it on display. I had myself convinced I'd never use the word "adorkable" to describe something, and then I saw this.

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  2. Casting Call for “Girlfriends of Silicon Valley” Is Pretty Much the Worst

    Nope, there wouldn't be.

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  3. Apple’s Tim Cook Says Pro-Discrimination “Religious Freedom” Laws Like Indiana’s Are Dangerous

    Our country's constitution guarantees its citizens the right to freely practice their religion so that we may all avoid discrimination. That's what's so troubling about Religious Freedom Restoration Act legislation in Indiana and elsewhere that opens the door for people to use their religion as a reason to discriminate, and Apple CEO Tim Cook, like many others, is concerned.

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  4. Boeing Has Patented the Real Life Version of a Force Field

    Use the Force.

    You may know Boeing as that airplane company, but they're more than an aircraft manufacturer. They design and develop satellites and weapon systems too. They have a new patent and it may be the beginning of force field technology.

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  5. Xbox Technology Is Helping Kids With Muscular Dystrophy Qualify for Clinical Trials

    Some cool new research in progress at Nationwide Children's Hospital may mean more clinical research trials to benefit those with Muscular Dystrophy, and we have Xbox technology (and some awesome researchers) to thank for it!

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  6. Twitter Is Launching an Offensive Tweet Filter to Give Your Block Button a Rest

    Now everything can be rainbows and unicorns!

    Twitter is trying to suck less at dealing with harassment, and their newest move may be the biggest game-changer yet. The company is rolling out a new feature that will automatically block "offensive" tweets from your notifications timeline to filter out harassment.

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  7. Obama Hung With Supergirl Scouts at This Year’s White House Science Fair

    Everything's coming up Supergirl.

    Look at that tiny Supergirl's face, America! We can never do anything to disappoint her, ever!

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  8. Things We Saw Today: A More Affordable (Felt) Apple Watch

    Don't have a ton of money on hand (ahahaha get it, on hand) to spend on an Apple Watch? This one, from artist Hiné Mizushima, looks more comfortable anyway.

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  9. Parents Are Terrified of Talking Smart Barbie That Remembers What Kids Say

    This is nuts.

    Barbie already has a general sense of controversy around her; you know, because of her shape, her career choices, her existence as a toy. Well, now she has the ability to listen to her playmate. And respond back. And remember everything. Totally not creepy at all.

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  10. 2015 Is the Future: Tesla Cars Are Getting Autopilot in a Software Update in Just Three Months

    The future of the '80s is finally here.

    There was an urban legend when I was growing up about someone who thought "cruise control" was autopilot in their RV, turned it on, and went in the back to make a sandwich. Tesla Motors is set to make that tall tale obsolete in the coming months with a real autopilot mode for its cars to drive themselves down the highway.

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