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- A short-term “fasting diet” may regenerate a diabetic pancreas. Again, it’s mostly mice so far. But interesting.
- “Drugs, disposal of.” Dealing with the recent untimely loss of his wife, Kim du Toit goes on a quest to discover how to rid himself of a pharmacopia of her prescription medicines.
- Borepatch warns: Buyer beware! when it comes to “connected” cars. Like all other supposedly smart devices, they’re just bright enough to violate your privacy.
- As with the newly discovered, privacy-raping Cloudbleed bug, venders don’t care about your security or a company’s security until after the fact. Here’s an “everything you need to know” primer — though in fact it’s still way to early to make that claim.
- A blasphemy prosecution? In Denmark??? What century are we in, anyhow?
- Greenspan admits Ron Paul was right on gold. Little late, guy. Appears to be yet another case of some DC maven (there have been soooooooo many) confessing he knew the right thing but did nothing about it while he had the authority. Somehow they usually expect to be congratulated for this behavior.
- And speaking of religion, some anti-Trump pagans might not know what they’re letting themselves in for. Have they forgotten their own three-fold law?
- Your dog turns 13. If you’re Jewish, you know what to do. Hold a Bark mitzvah.