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January 8, 2011
Following the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
's decision to publish Daryl Bem's writeup of 8 studies
(PDF) purporting to show evidence for precognition (previously
), researchers from the University of Amsterdam have written a rebuttal
(PDF) which finds methodological flaws not only in Bem's research, but in many other published papers in experimental psychology. Could this prove to be psychology's cold fusion moment
? [more inside]
posted by yourcelf at 10:34 AM PST - 21 comments
It was December 14
when Twitter first received the sealed order to turn over information on several of its users. Twitter could simply have provided the information requested, instead of acting, on January 5, to have the order unsealed. The unsealing of the subpoena allowed the Twitter users in question to become aware of the situation, and it allowed them an opportunity to dispute the order--an opportunity they would not otherwise have had.
US wants Twitter details of Wikileaks activists
WikiLeaks demands Google and Facebook unseal US subpoenas
. One of the subpeoned accounts
it that of Birgitta Jónsdóttir
, activist and Icelandic Member of parliament.
A resolution proposing the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative
(IMMI), has already been unanimously passed by the country's parliament.
Icelands intention is to become an international transparency haven
posted by adamvasco at 7:57 AM PST - 86 comments
OpenTyrian is a port of the DOS shoot-em-up Tyrian (previously
). The port uses SDL
, making it easily cross-platform. Builds are available for Windows and Mac OS X [... and] for Android, Amiga, Dingoo, Dreamcast, DS, GameCube, Gizmondo, GP2X, GP32, Nokia Internet Tablets, PSP, PS3 Linux, Symbian, Wii, and Wiz
posted by kid ichorous at 1:13 AM PST - 21 comments