Baby Dancing to Beyonce (via CGElliott09)
Researchers have developed a device that can automatically identify autistic children as young as 24 months using the vocalizations they make during a normal day at home. Instead of waiting months or years for an appointment with a specialist, parents could get an objective diagnosis by mail in a couple of weeks.
What could Barack Obama do to help Massachusetts? He owns a 14-room, 6500 square foot house in Chicago (using fossil fuels to heat 6500 square feet for a family of four in one of the coldest parts of the U.S. is apparently a demonstration of one’s commitment to reversing global warming) that presumably sits vacant nearly all year. The house is guarded 24/7 by Secret Service agents. The street is closed to non-residents. Why can’t Aunt Zeituni live there? She wouldn’t be bothered by the rabble or the press. She wouldn’t be a drain on Massachusetts citizens.
Fantastic essay by Phil Greenspun. He even offers to pick her up at her public housing, drive her to the airport, buy her a ticket and arrange for a friend to pick her up at the airport.
One of these things is not like the other things. (via yumchuckit)
Also known as the “programmer’s song.” It is a dirty little secret for those of us that debug code for a living.
And yes, we sing the song while troubleshooting, and yes, we say “I’m so smart!” when we find the bug.