Mass die-off of fish at Lake Cajititlan in western Mexico shrouded in mystery A HOBART man has lost his car, $10,000 of scuba gear and work opportunities after a spate of car burglaries and fires across the city. THE father of a young worker who fell to his death on a Devonport construction site says no amount of money can bring ... 09/1/2014 - 1:13 pm | View Link
McAlester family's mystery solved For years, all his parents knew was that his car was found empty the next night 19 miles west of Deming, New Mexico. Police found it with the engine still running, one of the doors open, with Troy Grumbine’s wallet inside and a still-warm container of ... 08/31/2014 - 5:43 pm | View Link
Web of mystery: Suzuki recalls 19,000-plus Kizashis in USA MORE than 19,000 Suzuki Kizashis are being recalled in the USA and the root of the problem is SPIDERS! The Japanese car maker has had to issue the recall for cars built between 2010 and 2013 after it was discovered that spiders are being attracted to cars ... 08/29/2014 - 1:07 am | View Link
Get a room! Gerard Butler grabs, gropes and snogs a mystery bikini-clad woman in a car park It's little wonder Gerard Butler has women falling at his feet. The shy 300 star showed the world just how breathtakingly romantic he can be when he was spotted taking a stunning mystery woman out on a date. The smitten actor jumped at the chance to show ... 08/25/2014 - 11:42 am | View Link
Caught On Camera: Concord Thief Uses Mystery Electronic Device To Break Into Car CONCORD (CBS SF) – Thieves are dispensing with the usual smash-and-grab technique and using a high-tech means to break into cars to steal items inside. Surveillance video taken overnight outside a Concord home driveway shows a thief opening a locked car ... 08/25/2014 - 9:40 am | View Link
Iowa City Press-Citizen Ice bucket challenge comes to Iowa City area schools, governments. Ice bucket challenge raising thousands in Iowa and accross the country to fight Lou... 09/1/2014 - 11:25 am | View Website
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Armored Car Heist | Unsolved Mysteries and Murders mystery On June 26, 1990, an armored car was on the way to a scheduled delivery in Rochester, New York. Inside the truck was nearly $11 million dollars in cash. 08/31/2014 - 1:00 pm | View Website
“Genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration,” said Thomas Edison. The quote immaculately and succinctly captures the ingredients to success, and appears to be – at least to those who still believe he invented the light bulb - classic Edison: genius. Except for one minor detail. Edison never actually wrote or 
Image Credit: Flickr user TydenceDusty tech billionaires may be the only thing that can help Burning Man, which came to its annual fiery conclusion this weekend, overcome a pleasant problem: Even after capping attendance at around 70,000 people, the interactive arts and music festival is having trouble handling its own overwhelming popularity. It’s hard to overstate how surprising this is.
Soon, you won't need to be the Flash for quicker Web browsing.
Flickr user: Katie Krueger
The Web is going to get faster in the very near future. And sadly, this is rare enough to be news.
The speed bump won't be because our devices are getting faster, but they are. It won't be because some giant company created something great, though they probably have. The Web will be getting faster very soon because a small group of developers saw a problem and decided to solve it for all of us.
That problem is images. As of August 2014, the size of the average page in the top 1,000 sites on the Web is 1.7MB.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares drifted lower on Tuesday, with momentum from prior gains fading as investors were left short of cues with the U. S. markets closed on Monday, while the euro continued to probe one-year lows in the uncertainty over the European Central Bank's policy decision later this week.