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Things We Saw Today: Texts From Hillary

Things We Saw Today

So, we found Texts From Hillary today, and now you know about it, too. You’re welcome.

  • Marie Connelly found out that she somehow ended up on that creeptastic app Girls All Around, and she’s really not thrilled about it.
  • The organizers of Comic Con have opened up about why it’s such a bloody, heart-wrenching hassle to buy tickets to their event, and how they’re trying to fix it. (via U-T San Diego)
  • Graphicly is getting out of the app business and focusing their attention on ebooks. (via The Beat)
  • A neurosurgeon at UCLA, who might have been wondering if other people were having the same neurological reaction to pictures of Jennifer Aniston that he was, has discovered that there is, in fact, a “Jennifer Aniston neuron.” (via The Frisky)
  • Mark Waid has a piece on the math behind the printing of comic books.
  • One library is encouraging its patrons to wave their geek flags high by supporting their local libraries. So, get your Dewey Decimal System knowledge on, Garden City residents! (via Observer and Eccentric)
  • White female students might be lagging in math from the moment they enter elementary school — and it might be the fault of their teachers. (via PhysOrg)
  • This is a radiator that is also a dinosaur. Unfortunately, it’s not for sale, nor is it real. But this picture sure is cool to look at! (via io9)

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