killing the record industry with a Raspberry Pi

"Peter Sunde, co-founder of The Pirate Bay, has built a machine that makes 100 copies per second of Gnarls Barkley's 'Crazy,' storing them in /dev/null (which is of course, deleting them even as they're created). The machine, called a 'Kopimashin,' is cobbled together out of a Raspberry Pi, some hacky python that he doesn't want to show anyone, and an LCD screen that calculates a running tally of the damages he's inflicted upon the record industry through its use. The 8,000,000 copies it makes every day costs the record industry $10m/day in losses. At that rate, they'll be bankrupt in a few weeks at most." [link]

ISIS says soda can bomb downed Russian plane

ISIS' official magazine, Dabiq, shows a photo of a Schweppes Gold soft drink can, detonator, and switch it said was used to make an improvised bomb that brought down a Russian airliner over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula last month, killing all 224 people on board. [link]

watching and sketching 365 movies in 365 days

Instagram user greg_or_egan is watching a movie per day for 365 days, and making one sketch for each movie. [link]

watch these people being completely racist

"I was sitting in Novack studying when a large group of protestors came in chanting 'black lives matter.' They gathered in the center of Novack amongst the tables where there were a number of people working peacefully. They kept shouting and started banging on tables. They demanded that people stand up to show their solidarity. Those who did not stand were targeted and questioned.

There was a girl studying in one of the study rooms in Novack and the protestors stormed the room. She closed the door on one of the protestors which resulted in rage from many protestors. The girl then exited silently through the crowd while protestors screamed at her calling her a white b*tch.

At one point the protestors crowded around a guy sitting on his laptop and stared at him screaming at him 'If we cant study, you can't study.'"

"The conservative Dartmouth Review listed some of the epithets hurled by the protesters: "F*ck you, you filthy white f*cks!" "F*ck you and your comfort!" "F*ck you, you racist sh*ts!"

In addition, the Review reports that some of protesters became physically violent: "Men and women alike were pushed and shoved by the group. 'If we can't have it, shut it down!' they cried. Another woman was pinned to a wall by protesters who unleashed their insults, shouting 'filthy white b*tch!' in her face." [link]

athlete faking or exaggerating injury

In case you don't watch sports, sometimes athletes fake or exaggerate injuries so that the referee will penalize the other player or team. This is hilarious. Notice the other player telling him to get up and stop faking [link]

Dem tweets 'ISIS isn't necessarily evil'

In a demonstration of how to end one's political career with tweets, Minnesota Democrat and House of Representatives hopeful, Dan Kimmel, tweeted that ISIS 'isn't necessarily evil' and is 'doing what they think is best for their community'. Later that evening he said 'Most likely the best thing for me to do is shut up. The tweet was stupid. I'm sorry.' After furious public backlash, his party had asked Kimmel (and he complied) to quit the House of Representatives race. [link]

France to close hate-preaching mosques

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve vowed to begin shutting down mosques which preach hatred, after almost 130 people were killed in a series of extremist attacks in Paris. Cazeneuve stated Sunday he would begin the "dissolution of mosques where hate is preached," as quoted by Le Figaro newspaper. According to the minister, the state of emergency announced in the country would allow to "attack preachers of hate" more rapidly. [link]