Hackers, medical self-help, synthetic cyborg animals, robots and fleshy things.
The pathology lab owned his tumor for research purposes. He learned pathology and explored it himself. He had to get his DNA resequenced because federal regulations prohibited release on the device that was used. Doctors have immense access to data about his brain and tumor that he himself, doesn't!
Fascinating piece of history. Long read. How many people can actually say, "Yeah, my dad's a spy"?
Creepy embalming of Vladimir Lenin - apparently this could last centuries longer. But apparently, mausoleum science is less interesting in the new generations and there may not be people around to preserve his body.
Jaku, a potentially North Korean botnet, seems to be fairly widespread and discriminate, with 19,000 unique victims.
We did it. We synthesized life - and a cyborg lifeform, no less.
i don't know what this thing is and i don't like it
I thought about getting this for a brief moment, then I realized that I'm not quite that guy. But I did some reading, and apparently prior devices like this have given people an almost supernatural ability to sense north, even when the vibration pack is removed!