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Anyone who works as a freelancer these days has to be at least a bit familiar with techie things. But it isn’t just that. When I was a kid and those vaguely SF puppet shows were on the television and all the other kids wanted to be Greg Gogetem or Steve Savetheuniverse, I wanted to be the guy in a white coat and glasses called Doc or Brains. Here are some technology-related feeds I find useful and/or entertaining.

Slashdot » Does Online Crowdfunding Actually Reward Innovation?

Saturday 7 October 23:34:00 UTC 2017

Slashdot reader Anirban Mukherjee is an assistant marketing professor at Singapore Management University who led a team analyzing every Kickstarter project ever launched in nine product-oriented categories. An anonymous reader summarizes their results: One 2013 report predicted $96 billion a year in crowdfunding by 2038 — nearly twice as much as what's currently funded by venture capitalists. (In a foreword, … [Link]

Mashable » The flying cartoon unicorn isn't even the wildest part of Syfy's 'Happy!'

Saturday 7 October 23:26:28 UTC 2017

Twitter Facebook“The first note we got from Syfy said, 'Don't hold back, don't edit yourselves, go for it,'" recalled Brian Taylor, executive producer of Happy!, during the show's New York Comic-Con panel. "'We don't want you to do something safe. We want dangerous TV. We want something on the edge." From here – two full months before the series' cable debut – … [Link]

Mashable » Amazon's 'Jack Ryan' is a spy for the Peak TV age

Saturday 7 October 23:14:03 UTC 2017

Twitter Facebook James Bond. Jason Bourne. Jack Bauer. Don't lump Jack Ryan in with all these other dudes with J-names, even if they share a history of espionage and action. If Amazon and producers Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland have their way.  “Jack is a classic American hero," Cuse said at New York Comic Con. "The thing that was really exciting for … [Link]

Slashdot » HP Enterprise Let Russia Scrutinize The Pentagon's Cyberdefense Software

Saturday 7 October 22:34:00 UTC 2017

"A Russian defense agency was allowed to review the cyberdefense software used by the Pentagon to protect its computer networks," writes new submitter quonset. "This according to Russian regulatory records and interviews with people with direct knowledge of the issue." Reuters reports: The Russian review of ArcSight's source code, the closely guarded internal instructions of the software, was part of … [Link]

Mashable » 'Rick and Morty' fans are not happy about how that Szechuan sauce promotion went down

Saturday 7 October 21:46:15 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookHope you were first in line at McDonalds today, Rick and Morty fans. Looks like that Szechuan sauce went fast. The condiment became a cultural phenomenon after it was featured during the show's Season 3 premiere in April — such a phenomenon, in fact, that Mickey D's decided to release the now-iconic sauce for one day only: October 7.  The promotion … [Link]

Slashdot » Bitcoin Transactions Lead To Arrest of Major Drug Dealer

Saturday 7 October 21:34:00 UTC 2017

"Drug dealer caught because of BitCoin usage," writes Slashdot reader DogDude. TechSpot reports: 38-year-old French national Gal Vallerius stands accused of acting as an administrator, senior moderator, and vendor for dark web marketplace Dream Market, where visitors can purchase anything from heroin to stolen financial data. Upon arriving at Atlanta international airport on August 31, Vallerius was arrested and his … [Link]

Mashable » 'Agents of SHIELD' blooper reel reveals that an awful lot of kissing happens on set

Saturday 7 October 21:16:40 UTC 2017

Twitter Facebook The Agents of SHIELD panel at New York Comic Con was pretty rowdy — and that was before Marvel debuted the first 20 minutes of the Season 5 premiere, which won't hit our screens until Dec. 1.  In an attempt to extract some Season 5 footage from Marvel TV head Jeph Loeb, star Iain De Caestecker walked up to his … [Link]

Mashable » Chrissy Teigen and John Legend adopted a new dog and boy is it cute

Saturday 7 October 20:41:02 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookFriends, some great news: Chrissy Teigen and John Legend (and Luna) have adopted a small dog. Teigen and Legend, who already have two Frenchies — Penny and Pippa — and one English bulldog — Puddy — welcomed this little nugget home Friday. And it looks like Luna is already a big fan. (Also, Luna has great posture.) SEE ALSO: Chrissy Teigen … [Link]

Slashdot » Alphabet's Balloons Will Bring Cellphone Service To Puerto Rico

Saturday 7 October 20:34:00 UTC 2017

An anonymous reader writes:Hurricanes Irma and Maria wiped out more than 90 percent of the cellphone coverage on Puerto Rico. Now the FCC has given "Project Loon" permission to fly 30 balloons more than 12 miles above the island for the next six months, Wired reports, to temporarily replace the thousands of cellphone towers knocked down by the two hurricanes. … [Link]

Mashable » Trump tweets 'only one thing' will work in North Korea, and we are so fed up with living in fear

Saturday 7 October 20:25:27 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookLate Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump tweeted a cryptic statement that seemed to threaten war with North Korea.  Presidents and their administrations have been talking to North Korea for 25 years, agreements made and massive amounts of money paid…… — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 7, 2017 …hasn't worked, agreements violated before the ink was dry, makings fools of U.S. negotiators. Sorry, … [Link]

Mashable » Costco will finally deliver all those giant bulk items with its new grocery service

Saturday 7 October 20:05:20 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookNo longer will you need a pickup truck to successfully shop at Costco.  The big-box store just launched CostcoGrocery, which will provide two-day delivery on dry goods. The two-day window makes it kind of like Amazon Prime—except you can probably get a better deal on a year's supply of toilet paper. Delivery is free for online orders over $75.  Along with … [Link]

Mashable » Download this: Apple Music's Facebook bot suggests songs based on emoji

Saturday 7 October 19:40:06 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookFacebook and Apple have teamed up to bring a new, emoji-filled music recommendation feature to Facebook Messenger. The Facebook messaging app was updated this week with an Apple Music bot that can recommend songs and playlists based on emoji. SEE ALSO: 13 hidden features in iOS 11 The new bot surfaces music recommendations based on your preferences — or whatever emoji … [Link]

Slashdot » Anticipating Samsung's AMOLED Mixed Reality Headset

Saturday 7 October 19:34:00 UTC 2017

Eloking quotes Windows Central: At an event in San Francisco, HoloLens inventor Alex Kipman outlined the future of Windows Mixed Reality, which Redmond seems to believe is the future of computing. Whether or not it is remains to be seen, but either way, there will be no shortage of Windows Mixed Reality headsets this holiday season, with perhaps the most … [Link]

Mashable » Marvel struck, then quickly cancelled, a partnership with a major defense contractor

Saturday 7 October 19:32:08 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookIt’s kind of hard to make gestures like cancelling a potentially tone-deaf panel land when you're also helping a major defense contractor polish up its image. That's the situation Marvel found itself in as New York Comic Con kicked off on Friday with an announcement that the publisher had partnered with Northrop Grumman. The Virginia-based defense and aerospace technology firm is … [Link]

Mashable » DC's Young Animal — the strangest comics ever — just got even weirder

Saturday 7 October 18:53:11 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookGerard Way, of My Chemical Romance fame, started his Young Animal imprint just over a year ago. The four books — Doom Patrol, Shade the Changing Girl, Mother Panic, and Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye — have delighted comics fans thus far, but they've also done some things that would raise anyone's eyebrows.  You wouldn't think a punk rock cat-person, … [Link]

Slashdot » Can Cheap Android Tablets Bridge the Digital Divide?

Saturday 7 October 18:34:00 UTC 2017

It's now possible to buy a 7-inch Android tablet for under $50 — for example, the Nook Tablet 7 or Amazon's cheapest Fire tablet. "Since the Fire can now easily install regular Android apps, it has become useful out of all proportion to its price," writes long-time Slashdot reader Robotech_Master, noting that for many applications tablets can replace a desktop … [Link]

Mashable » Cosplayers brought the fire at New York Comic Con 2017

Saturday 7 October 18:30:36 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookNew York Comic Con hit the Javits Center this week, and — as they do every year — cosplayers brought their A game. From Beauty and the Beast to Rey to, of course, Wonder Woman, this year's cosplay crew took their creativity to new heights. (And that great natural lighting in the Javits Center lobby doesn't hurt, either.) SEE ALSO: Survival … [Link]

Mashable » Everyone loves this colorful, new 'Jeopardy!' champion

Saturday 7 October 18:25:40 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookEvery few years, a Jeopardy! champion seizes the public's imagination.  This time, it's Austin Rogers. The New York City bartender is on a nine-day winning streak, having raked in $332,400 as of Friday.  SEE ALSO: Watch these precious 'Jeopardy' contestants tank while trying to answer sports questions But more than the money, it's Rogers' trivia acumen, rhetorical flourishes, wild head of … [Link]

ProgrammableWeb » Daily API RoundUp: Open Transport, Dataverse, Pairaphrase

Saturday 7 October 18:09:58 UTC 2017

Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples. [Link]

Slashdot » Tim O'Reilly: Don't Fear AI, Fear Ourselves

Saturday 7 October 17:34:00 UTC 2017

Tim O'Reilly, publisher of geeky books, "seizes on this singular moment in history" for a futuristic new book of his own, according to this interview with Steven Levy. An anonymous reader writes: When it comes to artificial intelligence, O'Reilly sees a reason for optimism in the fact that we're already discussing biased algorithms. ("We had plenty of bias before but … [Link]

Mashable » In Las Vegas, an empty lot transforms into a community healing garden

Saturday 7 October 17:22:02 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookA lot in Los Vegas, completely empty just days ago, has now been transformed into a healing garden — a place to take respite from trauma after Sunday's deadly mass shooting. The garden was originally conceived by landscape designer Jay PleggenkuhlePer DTLV, Pleggenkuhle contacted the city of Las Vegas early this week to see if there was a space available. The … [Link]

Mashable » 'Marvel's Runaways' premiered at New York Comic Con and fans are in love

Saturday 7 October 17:12:44 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookFans who stayed out late to see the New York Comic Con panel for Marvel's Runaways got a treat on Friday night, when the Hulu premiered the series' first episode on the main stage in front of a packed audience.  The response was rapturous, and it was clear that there were plenty of comic book fans in attendance since there were … [Link]

Mashable » The 'Hey Arnold!' movie trailer is finally here

Saturday 7 October 16:47:51 UTC 2017

Twitter Facebook Hey Arnold! has been off the air for more than a decade, but it's finally back. A trailer for Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie aired at New York Comic-Con on Friday.   Arnold is reunited with Helga, Gerald, and the rest of his '90s gang on a search through the jungle for his long-lost parents. And the gum shrine is … [Link]

Mashable » Company behind 'Fearless Girl' statue owes $5 million for underpaying black and female execs

Saturday 7 October 16:43:15 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookDon’t talk the talk unless you can walk the walk.  State Street Corp., the financial services firm behind the Wall Street statue of the "Fearless Girl," will pay $5 million after a Department of Labor investigation found the firm underpaid female and black executives.  SEE ALSO: John Green's first novel in almost 6 years is coming this fall, has a new … [Link]

Slashdot » New Open Source 3D Printer Can Print Without Human Intervention

Saturday 7 October 16:34:00 UTC 2017

Slashdot reader mmiscool shares some videos about "the next step in 3D printing": Autodrop3d is an open source system that solves the problem of needing a human to remove a 3D print from its print bed. Implemented as an open source hardware and software system, it allows for web based, multi-user print queue, automatic notifications, and web-based CAD design tools … [Link]

Slashdot » GM Exec Says Elon Musk's Self-Driving Car Claims Are 'Full of Crap'

Saturday 7 October 15:34:00 UTC 2017

An anonymous reader quotes the Sydney Morning Herald: Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's claims about the self-driving capabilities of his upcoming Tesla vehicles are "full of crap", General Motors' self-driving Tsar says… "To think you can see everything you need for a level five autonomous car [full self-driving] with cameras and radar, I don't know how you do that"… GM's own … [Link]

Mashable » This portable safe will keep your valuables safe no matter where you are

Saturday 7 October 15:00:00 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookFlexSafe is a portable safe that can lock up your valuables at the beach. It claims to be ultra slash proof and it has a warning alarm if a thief tries to tamper with it. Read more…More about Travel, Design, Summer, Beach, and Travel Gear [Link]

Mashable » Please don't wear a Trump-related Halloween costume this year

Saturday 7 October 15:00:00 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookHalloween is on the horizon, and those looking to free themselves from the confines of "normal" costumes—the witch hats, the cat ears, the (very warm) fabric pumpkin suits—might be tempted to tiptoe into Trump's America for their costume this year.  They absolutely should not. SEE ALSO: There's a Sexy Jon Snow costume because Halloween is coming Here's the thing about Trump-adjacent … [Link]

ProgrammableWeb » Google's New Pixel 2 Phones Are Ugly. It Doesn't Matter.

Saturday 7 October 14:57:12 UTC 2017

“Oh my God Dad. The Pixel 2 is ugly!” [Link]

Mashable » Miley Cyrus's lip sync battle with Jimmy Fallon involves ventriloquism for some reason

Saturday 7 October 14:52:33 UTC 2017

Twitter Facebook Miley Cyrus wrapped up "Miley Week" on The Tonight Show with a late night rite of passage: A truly jam-packed lip sync battle with Jimmy Fallon. Seriously, this thing had it all: a Talking Heads impression, the splits, Courtney Love, even some ventriloquism in honor of this season's winner of America's Got Talent. Hey, no one ever said Miley Week … [Link]

Slashdot » Java Coders Are Getting Bad Security Advice From Stack Overflow

Saturday 7 October 14:34:00 UTC 2017

Slashdot reader Orome1 quotes Help Net Security: A group of Virginia Tech researchers has analyzed hundreds of posts on Stack Overflow, a popular developer forum/Q&A site, and found that many of the developers who offer answers do not appear to understand the security implications of coding options, showing a lack of cybersecurity training. Another thing they discovered is that, sometimes, … [Link]

Mashable » Hurricane Nate intensifies as it tracks toward Gulf Coast, bringing major surge threat

Saturday 7 October 14:32:46 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookUPDATE: Oct. 7, 2017, 8:11 p.m. EDT Hurricane Nate made landfall near the mouth of the Mississippi River at about 8 p.m. ET, as a Category 1 storm with 85-mile per hour winds, the National Hurricane Center said. The storm did not intensify as much as was forecast earlier in the day Saturday, but is still bringing life-threatening storm surge flooding … [Link]

Mashable » Season 8 of 'Game of Thrones' will begin production on Sunday

Saturday 7 October 14:07:39 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookIf you're looking to do a reasonably-paced Game of Thrones rewatch, now is probably a good time to start. Liam Cunningham, who pays Davos Seaworth, told AM to DM Friday that the final season will begin production on Sunday. As Ser Davos so kindly explained, Sunday and Monday will mark the official table reads for the final six episodes of Game … [Link]

Mashable » Unseen photos from Weegee, the cigar-chomping master of the NYC streets

Saturday 7 October 14:00:00 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookApril 28, 1943“Hep Cats in a Hurry — Hurry, Hurry, Hurry — Only 6000 Seats Left.”Image: Weegee/International Center of Photography, Courtesy: Daniel Blau, MunichAscher Fellig was born in what is now Ukraine in 1899 and moved with his family to New York in 1909, where he changed his name to Arthur.He worked as a photographer’s assistant and darkroom technician for several … [Link]

Mashable » Smartphones are more interesting now than they've been in years

Saturday 7 October 13:30:00 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookIf you think smartphones are boring right now, you haven't been paying attention. Four or five years ago, you would have been dead on. At the time, smartphone design had basically settled on gray slabs of plastic, aluminum, and glassWindows Phone and BlackBerry 10 were still in the mix with Android and iPhone, but even though there was more variety in … [Link]

Slashdot » Publishers Take ResearchGate To Court, Seek Removal of Millions of Papers

Saturday 7 October 13:00:00 UTC 2017

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Science Magazine: Scholarly publishing giants Elsevier and the American Chemical Society (ACS) have filed a lawsuit in Germany against ResearchGate, a popular academic networking site, alleging copyright infringement on a mass scale. The move comes after a larger group of publishers became dissatisfied with ResearchGate's response to a request to alter its article-sharing … [Link]

Mashable » A best friend, nurse, and caregiver all in one—meet 'Mabu'

Saturday 7 October 13:00:00 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookCatalia Health has created a robot that acts as a healthcare companion.'Mabu' engages in daily conversation that's tailored to your personality and treatment needs, and sends responses to your healthcare provider. It reminds you when to take you medicine, and follows up with your progress. It also tracks faces so that it can make eye contact for a more human-like interaction.  … [Link]

Mashable » Why everyone is so convinced Facebook is spying on their conversations

Saturday 7 October 13:00:00 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookBipul Lama believes Facebook is spying on him.  And he's got proof, sort of. Lama performed a test. For two days, all he talked about was Kit-Kats.  "The next day, all I saw on my Instagram and Facebook were Kit-Kat ads," Lama said.  After his Kit-Kat experiment, he successfully repeated it with chatter about Lysol. The 23-year-old musician is now more … [Link]

Mashable » Why startup coders need to know Ruby on Rails

Saturday 7 October 12:16:02 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookJust to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. If you're interested in gorgeous open offices, friendly dogs roaming around, and gluten-free, locally-sourced snacks loaded in your company fridge, we can't blame you — startups are pretty awesome places, even beyond the sweet work perks. SEE ALSO: A wireless mouse that only needs … [Link]

Mashable » These phone chargers will eliminate your low battery anxiety

Saturday 7 October 12:16:01 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookJust to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. For everything smartphones can do these days, they sure don't have a lot of battery power to do it. Fortunately, there's ZeroLemon, a team of self-proclaimed smartphone enthusiasts who take their company's name quite literally by designing smartphone batteries and battery cases that are … [Link]

Mashable » Friends don't let friends go apple picking

Saturday 7 October 12:16:00 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookFall: that time of year when all of your friends drag you our of your warm apartment and into the wild to gather up one of the crappiest fruits in the game. For fun. Sometime in the last two decades, apple-picking became a seasonal pilgrimage for urban millennials seeking to get in touch with "rural America" — without, you know, actually … [Link]

Mashable » 'Looking for Alaska' is John Green's first and best novel

Saturday 7 October 12:00:00 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookWhen John Green’s sixth novel Turtles All The Way Down releases on Oct. 10, it will be the most anticipated young adult book release of the year. Things look starkly different today for Green than they did in 2012, when he published The Fault in Our Stars and it went on to become not only a bestseller but a blockbuster film.  … [Link]

Slashdot » Apple Doesn't Deliberately Slow Down Older Devices According To Benchmark Analysis

Saturday 7 October 10:00:00 UTC 2017

According to software company Futuremark, Apple doesn't intentionally slow down older iPhones when it releases new software updates as a way to encourage its customers to buy new devices. MacRumors reports: Starting in 2016, Futuremark collected over 100,000 benchmark results for seven different iPhone models across three versions of iOS, using that data to create performance comparison charts to determine … [Link]

Mashable » Why teenage boys don't want to call themselves feminists

Saturday 7 October 9:00:00 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookIdentifying as a feminist is, for many of us, synonymous with believing in gender equality. But, for teenage boys in the UK, it's not quite so straightforward.  British teenage boys don't want to refer to themselves as feminists, even though they believe in gender equality. Their reasons for distancing themselves from the word are far-reaching and complex.  SEE ALSO: That viral … [Link]

Slashdot » Neanderthal Ancestors May Be To Blame For Why You Can't Get a Tan

Saturday 7 October 7:00:00 UTC 2017

turkeydance shares a report from The Telegraph: If you struggle to get a tan, consider yourself a night owl or are plagued with arthritis, then your Neanderthal ancestors could be to blame, a new genetic study has shown. Although Neanderthals are often portrayed in drawings as swarthy, in fact they arrived in Northern Europe thousands of years before modern humans, … [Link]

Slashdot » Browsers Will Store Credit Card Details Similar To How They Save Passwords

Saturday 7 October 3:30:00 UTC 2017

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bleeping Computer: A new W3C standard is slowly creeping into current browser implementations, a standard that will simplify the way people make payments online. Called the Payment Request API, this new standard relies on users entering and storing payment card details inside browsers, just like they currently do with passwords. The API is … [Link]

Mashable » Now that Amazon's a thing, malls have to get creative to survive

Saturday 7 October 2:18:46 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookThe suburban shopping mall as we know it is dying. Department stores are boarding up, classic mall staples like J. Crew and Abercrombie & Fitch are on death’s door, and Americans are increasingly turning to Amazon for their shopping sprees. But in some cases, a new form of commercial center is taking shape to fill these massive buildings. Desperate to plug … [Link]

Mashable » Google got permission to float its internet-beaming balloons over Puerto Rico

Saturday 7 October 1:56:49 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookThe FCC has given Google permission to deploy its Project Loon balloons over Puerto Rico.  Previously, the helium balloons were able to provide LTE coverage to Peru after extreme flooding. But in that case, Google had already partnered with a telecom provider on the ground, which it depended on to beam the signal to the balloons, for disaster relief. In Puerto … [Link]

Slashdot » Massive 70-Mile-Wide Butterfly Swarm Shows Up On Denver Radar System

Saturday 7 October 1:40:00 UTC 2017

dryriver shares a report from BBC: A colorful, shimmering spectacle detected by weather radar over the U.S. state of Colorado has been identified as swarms of migrating butterflies. Scientists at the National Weather Service (NWS) first mistook the orange radar blob for birds and had asked the public to help identifying the species. They later established that the 70-mile wide … [Link]

Slashdot » White House Chief of Staff's Phone Was Reportedly Hacked Months Ago

Saturday 7 October 1:00:00 UTC 2017

93 Escort Wagon writes: The personal cellphone belonging to Trump's Chief of Staff, John Kelly, may have been compromised, Reuters reports in a story originating from Politico. This may have happened as early as last December. The issue was discovered when Kelly submitted the phone to the White House's tech support crew during the summer, complaining that the phone would … [Link]

Mashable » Worker finds creepy secret room while renovating a home

Saturday 7 October 0:21:41 UTC 2017

Twitter Facebook "There was a very grim of feeling about the place." An HVAC worker doing some renovations on a home discovered a secret room in the attic of a garage.  The clip, which was originally recorded last month, shows a man who claims he was sent to a home in Plant City, Florida to swap out an air conditioning system. But … [Link]

Mashable » Here we go again: 'Honest Trailers' creator Andy Signore suspended after sexual harassment accusations

Saturday 7 October 0:21:33 UTC 2017

Twitter FacebookStop me if you've heard this one before: an influential member of the film community has been accused of sexual harassment, with accounts by multiple women pointing to a consistent pattern of behavior that, until recently, had been swept under the rug. No, we're not talking about Hadrian Belove, or Devin Faraci, or Harry Knowles, or Harvey Weinstein. Today, it's Andy … [Link]

Slashdot » Disqus Confirms Over 17.5 Million Email Addresses Were Stolen In 2012 Hack of Its Comments Tool

Saturday 7 October 0:20:00 UTC 2017

Disqus, a company that builds and provides a web-based comment plugin for news websites, said Friday that hackers stole more than 17.5 million email addresses in a data breach in July 2012. "About a third of those accounts contained passwords, salted and hashed using the weak SHA-1 algorithm, which has largely been deprecated in recent years in favor of stronger … [Link]

Mashable » Scared of flying? For the love of God, don't watch this video.

Saturday 7 October 0:01:35 UTC 2017

Twitter Facebook Welp, this is terrifying. This plane got caught in the crosswinds of Storm Xavier as it touched down Thursday at Dusseldorf Airport in Germany. As you can see, the Airbus A380 landed just fine, despite the scare. The powerful storm blasted northern Germany with 50-60 mph winds, downing trees and wreaking havoc on public transportation. Read more… More about Airplane, … [Link]

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