Today marks the 41st anniversary of the first time humans had a frustrating interaction with the Internet. CR4 recounts the historic moment: "On October 29, 1969 at 10:30 PM, UCLA Professor Leonard Kleinrock and graduate student Charley Klein tried to send a message with the word "log" to SRI's Augmentation Research Center. Although programmers at SRI received the letters "lo", the ARPANET connection crashed before the "g" arrived."
On Sunday, police in Cambridgeshire, England responded to reports that a car was racing down the M11 highway with a body rolled up in a carpet. According to witnesses, a pair of feet were visible sticking through the car window. According to a police report, the officers "managed to track the vehicle down in Angel… READ THE REST
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More than 80 ostriches escaped from a farm in Chongzuo, China on Saturday night and were seen prancing down busy city streets. Video of the shenanigans below. According to CGTN, "the flightless birds belong to a local ostrich farm, and escaped after the gate to their pen was left unlocked. With police help, most of… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Hackers are at it more than ever. Major companies, governments, and organizations all over the world are hit by thieves looking for a big payday. It's not enough to have real-world thieves to… READ THE REST
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