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  1. House M.D. Remix Includes Clips From Every Episode [Video]

    Now that House M.D. -- or just plain House, if it pleases -- is off the air, we collectively must await the next best medical drama that will hopefully not be a derivative mess. The length of time we'll have to wait isn't yet certain as chances are we've moved past the point where such shows were massively popular. Until such a time as a new show can fill the gap, YouTube user NCISmelanie has provided an excellent remix of House that includes clips from all 177 episodes. It might even be lupus this time.

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  2. Japanese Portable Disaster Shelter is a Home in a Box [Video]

    Japan's largest housing manufacturer Daiwa House has unveiled an easily transported, self-contained shelter and amenities to be deployed during a disaster. According to its website, Daiwa has provided temporary housing in times of disaster for years with their efforts culminating in the Emergency Disaster Vehicle 01 (EDV-01) concept. The EDV-01 is designed to be moved quickly and provide all the comforts of home within minutes of arrival. Once in place, the top portion of the EDV expands, doubling the space. This second level is a living area with beds and a desk. The first floor is contains the necessities: a water-free toilet, functional kitchen, refrigerator, and a bathroom with shower. Daiwa claims that the unit is completely self-sufficient, using roof-mounted solar panels, ambient water-vapor condensors, and fuel cells to provide a functioning, livable space. The EDV-01 also generates its own fuel, hydrogen, through electrolysis. There's even a satellite link to keep you connected in the event of a communications collapse. If produced, the EDV-01 looks like it could provide badly needed utilities in the face of the worst disasters. It even packs enough features to make those of us looking to get off the grid, or find a cheap apartment, drool a bit. But one key question remains: how will the EDV-01 fair in the wake of a Godzilla attack? (Daiwa via Gizmodo)

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  3. All 95 Congressional Candidates Who Pledged to Support Net Neutrality Lost in the Midterm Elections

    Before Tuesday's midterm elections, 95 House and Senate candidates took a pledge called the Net Neutrality Protector's Pledge [website], which consisted of a promise to stand "against any attempt by big corporations to control the Internet and eliminate the Internet's level playing field ... to protect Net Neutrality for the entire Internet - wired and wireless -- and make sure big corporations aren’t allowed to take control of free speech online." All 95 of those candidates lost on Tuesday. All 95. To say the least, this is not very encouraging news for net neutrality.

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  4. House, M.D., in Zombie Form

    I think that we can safely conclude that it's not lupus.

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