Monday, November 23, 2015

Spice Your Turkey With The Wonders Of Science

The Keys To Enya's Kingdom, Use Science To Spice Up Your Thanksgiving Meal, This Startup Puts You On The Homescreen, Undercover Adele Wins An Adele Impersonator Contest, And Other News, Going Inside The Sony Hack, One Year Later, How To Store Human Knowledge For An Eternity
The Daily Digg
Monday, November 23, 2015
The Keys To Enya's Kingdom
SHE ACTUALLY HAS A CASTLE BY THE SEA
The Keys To Enya's Kingdom
buzzfeed.com
Over the course of three decades and 80 million records sold, Enya has morphed into more than musician: She's her own adjective. What makes her music — and the mysterious woman behind it — appealing to so many? Anne Helen Petersen visits the reclusive singer in Ireland.
DIGG DIALOG
Use Science To Spice Up Your Thanksgiving Meal
digg.com
J. Kenji López-Alt, author of The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science, will be here on Digg at 12pm EST to answer your food-related questions. Leave him a question now!
APPS WE DIGG SPONSORED
This Startup Puts You On The Homescreen
trygigster.com
In less time than it takes to order takeout, you can harness an experienced team of developers. You just ran out of excuses. Build that app you keep talking about.
WHAT YOU MISSED THIS WEEKEND
Undercover Adele Wins An Adele Impersonator Contest, And Other News
digg.com
...And the content kept on coming like the turkeys kept trotting this weekend, both towards their twin fates of consumption. Catch it all with What You Missed This Weekend.
THEIR FIRST HACK WEEK
Going Inside The Sony Hack, One Year Later
slate.com
What it was like to be a rank-and-file Sony employee as the unprecedented cyber-attack tore the company apart.
WHAT IS THIS? A CENTER FOR ANTS?
How To Store Human Knowledge For An Eternity
bbc.com
Where and how should we store humanity's knowledge for posterity? Two scientists in Zurich believe that they've found the answer.
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TIME TO MAKE SNOW (TIANAN)MEN
Digg Pic Of The Day
​A Chinese paramilitary policeman stands on duty as heavy snow falls near a portrait of late Chinese leader Mao Zedong on Tiananmen Gate in Beijing, China, Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015. China's meteorological authority forecasted heavy snow and snowstorm in northern China over the weekend. Credit: AP Photo/Ng Han Guan
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