TDQ Tech For The Week Of 11/12/12

The GrinderyThis week’s TDQ Tech features a Grindery article written by that Facebook cat, that Mark Zuckerberg dude. He actually makes tons of sense in this commentary, too. Who knew?

Man, we really wish we’d known that the sensible thing would be for him to take a break from Facebook. We totally would have never thought of that ourselves. Too bad we de-friended like 58 people leading up to the election. Oh, well. They were all jerks anyway.

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TDQ Tech For The Week Of 11/5/12

The GrinderyThis week’s TDQ Tech features a Grindery piece about the wonders of technology helping take some selfish idiot off the road. I’m sure if Steve Jobs hadn’t faked his own death last year, he would applaud his technology having a hand in helping bring to justice such lowlife driving scum. Fantastic work.

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TDQ Tech For The Week Of 10/22/12

The GrinderyThis week’s TDQ Tech brings you a Grindery op-ed piece about an experience we’ve all had with so-called “friends,” and an article about something called “furries.” Or something.

Dude, that’s messed up. I remember the first time I’d ever heard of furries was on an old episode of “CSI,” back when Pat Garrett from “Young Guns II” was still on there, and before Sam Malone somehow found his way onto a CBS drama. Man, he was good in “Cheers.” Like, way better in that than anything else he’s ever done. I don’t even watch the new “CSI” show. I know that Elizabeth Shue is on it now, but I mean, this 2012, right? I mean, if this were like 1993 or something, I’d probably watch her in a TV show, but aside from that…I don’t think so.

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TDQ Tech For The Week Of 10/15/12

The GrinderyThis week’s TDQ Tech brings you a Grindery piece about the new direction Microsoft is heading, and an article about one scientist who thinks teleportation can’t get here soon enough.

We ourselves are surprised that a company like Microsoft hasn’t done more to advance teleportation technology. It looks so easy on TV and in the movies. Seems like all the scientists all over the world are in no hurry. Maybe the guy who jumped like 25 miles in a parachute the other day will lead to something. Fingers crossed.

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