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Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr Public Alpha on Friday

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr Public Alpha on Friday Neocore Games cranked out a press release this week announcing their plans to launch a public alpha testing of Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr on Friday, February 10th.Interested gamers can sign up on , and can also check out to take in some short stories that are sure to set the mood:

Art for everyone — Met Museum makes 375,000 images publicly available

Art for everyone — Met Museum makes 375,000 images publicly available Underscoring the notion that art should be available to as broad a spectrum of the public as possible, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has made its veritable treasure trove of stunning imagery available to the public.Earlier this week, the world-famous museum announced the adoption of a new policy — all images of public-domain artworks in the Museum’s collection would be made available for free and unrestricted use.

Don’t touch that outlet: Public chargers could let hackers steal your data

Don’t touch that outlet: Public chargers could let hackers steal your data There’s an unlikely danger lurking in the corner of every coffee shop, airport, conference center, and public library: Power strips and chargers.As demonstrated last year by researchers at Krebson Security, the “video jacking” method employs custom electronics hidden inside what appears to be a USB charging station.

Have a safe adventure with the Mountain Conditions Report app

Have a safe adventure with the Mountain Conditions Report app The newly relaunched Mountain Conditions Report (MCR) website and app, however, provide exactly that.It was founded in partnership with the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG) and has been around for decades.

doing this in public was pretty shitty

doing this in public was pretty shitty [trigger mentionlist Cartoonsandlolis] Your browser does not support the video tag.Your browser does not support the video tag.

Truly driverless tests (those without humans) may soon take place in California

Truly driverless tests (those without humans) may soon take place in California Sure, we’ve been testing self-driving cars for years now, but we haven’t really been testing them.After all, the whole point of having driverless technology is to see how a car would truly behave sans driver.

Anon finds a glitch in the system.

Anon finds a glitch in the system. talo.56 minutes agoJPG 83.