Wikipedia Bots Wage Editing Wars That Last for Years
The site's most relentless editors are computer algorithms.... READ ON
Change Your Passwords: A Massive Web Leak Has Occurred
A tiny bug in its code caused Cloudflare to experience a serious memory leak.... READ ON
Frank Gehry Is Teaching an Online Course in Architecture
Aspiring architects can now learn from the master without leaving home.... READ ON
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Here's How to De-Politicize Your Facebook Feed
A guide to getting back to a steady stream of cute cat memes.... READ ON
6 Things Americans Should Know About Net Neutrality
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Today's Google Doodle Honors Civil Rights Hero Fred Korematsu
The Japanese-American activist would have been 98 today.... READ ON
Chrome's New Update Makes Your Web Surfing Faster and Safer
The browser will alert you when you try to give an unsecure webpage your credit card information.... READ ON
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This Browser Extension Will Correct All Your Grammar Mistakes
Never confuse "its" and "it's" again.... READ ON
This Website Makes Music Suggestions Based on Album Color brings the experience of browsing through a record store into the digital realm.... READ ON
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Using This Browser Setting Leaves You Vulnerable to Hackers
This scam finds a sneaky way to steal credit card info.... READ ON
City Maps Replace Transit Stops With Popular Instagram Hashtags
#Cronut, #innout, and #currywurst are all included.... READ ON
10 Playful Facts About Neopets
Neopets introduced many kids to economics, HTML, and the challenges of pet care.... READ ON
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This Phishing Scam Is Targeting Gmail Accounts by Posing as Your Contacts
Gmail users are reporting a phishing scam that comes masquerading as one of your contacts.... READ ON
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Genealogy Site FamilyTreeNow Knows Your Addresses and Family Members
Here's how you can opt out.... READ ON
Interview From 1999 Shows David Bowie Predicting the Rise of the Internet
His interviewer wasn't convinced.... READ ON
Monopoly Is Asking Fans to Pick the New Game Tokens
Say goodbye to the thimble.... READ ON

In all of Shakespeare's works, only one word starts with an "X" - Xanthippe, the wife of Socrates. He uses her name in The Taming of the Shrew.

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