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  1. Our Own Eric Smith’s Geek’s Guide to Dating Gets a Great Review on Bullseye!

    Worlds collide! It's like a Venn Diagram of stuff we love overlapping!

    We haven't exactly been shy about our love for our contributing writer Eric Smith's Geek Guide to Dating or the NPR show Bullseye With Jesse Thorn, so imagine our surprise and delight yesterday when the book got a glowing recommendation on the show by Boing Boing's Mark Frauenfelder. Listen to the segment right here.

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  2. Protect Your Home from a Zombie Apocalypse [Video]

    I hate it when zombies try to attack while I'm making pie. Team Unicorn gives us a simple how-to lesson on dealing with the undead during the holidays. Includes: Zombie vs. Drunk. (via BoingBoing)

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  3. Geek Wreath

    Redditor avatarr's friend made this geekiest of wreaths for her company's IT department out of computer components. Someone is going to get great tech support this year. (Reddit via Laughing Squid)

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  4. Airplane, With All the Jokes Taken Out

    Turns out, there are fourteen whole minutes of Airplane that don't have jokes in them. We never would have guessed. (via BoingBoing.)

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  5. Teachers Find Homeless Dalek in Their School

    Teachers at the West Exe Learning Centre in St. Thomas, England have a problem. It's not that a Dalek has appeared somewhat spontaneously on their campus, threatening all with it's inevitable waking into full exterminating consciousness. It's that no one has come forth to claim it. Says Sue Wiley, deputy manager of the Centre:
    "We'd like to return him to his owner if possible because he's taking up quite a lot of room and is living in a cupboard at the moment."

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  6. FDA May Be Close to Approving Genetically Altered Salmon for Public Consumption

    The Food and Drug Administration is close to approving genetically altered salmon for human consumption, which would make it the first genetically modified animal approved for use as food. AquaBounty, a Massachusetts company, wanted federal approval to sell genetically engineered salmon to the public, claiming the salmon are perfectly safe for human consumption as well as the environment. A team of FDA scientists have agreed with the claims and are going to present the case for approval on September 19. The Atlantic salmon, or AquAdvantage Salmon as AquaBounty calls it, is reportedly no different from regular salmon, except they've been given a gene from the ocean pout to prevent freezing, as well as a growth gene from the Chinook salmon that allows the salmon to grow twice as fast as Atlantic salmon.

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  7. Geekolinks: 8/19

    Style Icons for Fashionable Nerds (Flavorwire) Orbital Re-entry From a First Person View (Boing Boing) BBC Documentary on Tolkien from 1968 (BBC) Batman Robs a Taco Bell (nganci) We Don't Know What This Is But It's Mesmerizing (andrut) 81 Sci-Fi Desktop Wallpapers (blastr) Seven Deadly Wineglasses ( (image via Lowbright.)

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  8. Geekolinks: 8/14

    X-Men: First Class Starts Shooting Soon (Bleeding Cool) Crysis 2 Launch Date (Kotaku) The PAX Prime Schedule is Up (PAX) Albino Animals (Surf With Berserk) Pics of Dave McKean's Pumphouse Installation (Bleeding Cool) A Rocket Powered School Bus (Boing Boing) 10 Most Badass Movie Combat Units (ScreenRant) (pic via

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  9. Reporter Has Real-Life Yakuza Fact-Check Yakuza 3

    Tokyo-based crime reporter Jake Adelstein is no stranger to the Japanese criminal underworld. So when Boing Boing recruited him to pall around with three high-ranking yakuza friends for a little experiment, we were thoroughly impressed. After several rounds of cigarettes and whiskey in the reception area of a "real estate agency" -- in fact a front company for the mob -- the yakuza bosses were offering Adelstein their impressions of the Playstation 3 video game Yakuza 3, originally released in early 2009.

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  10. Geekolinks: 7/4

    YouTube's HTML Injection Vulnerability (/.)

    Best Transformers Toy Ever? (Kotaku)

    What 'Yankee Doddle Dandy' Actually Means (Neatorama)

    Two More Mad Max Movies? (Coventry Telegraph)

    Kinect Only Supports Two Players At A Time (That Videogame Blog)

    Coma: The Flash Game (Played Online)

    8 Historic Symbols That Mean The Opposite of What You Think (Cracked)

    (image via BoingBoing.)

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