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Cleaning A Garden Shovel

Q: I have a garden shovel that I would like to clean. It has some dirt caked on it and a little rust around the edge.  A: My favorite shovel cleaner is a wire brush. When the rust and dirt have been removed, think about using a file to sharpen the shovel edge. You’ll be […]

4th Explosion in Austin Leaves Two Men Seriously Injured

Police believe it’s connected to the package bombings that killed two people in Austin earlier this month, but this blast involved a trip wire.

The Simple Secret to Creating (Seemingly) More Than 24 Hours In Your Day

Are you an entrepreneur who’s working on building your dream business while trying to have a life? If so, chances are you always feel like there’s not enough time in the day. Like you’re always playing catch-up. You wake up wired, with a million-and-one things on your mind you know you have to get done....

Top 5 games coming to Xbox One next week include Sea of Thieves and Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered

A handful of games release on Xbox One every week, ranging from AAA titles to lesser-known indie games. Xbox Wire compiles many of these releases, but misses a few and does not give any recommendations. Here are some of the games coming...Show More Summary

Trip wire may have set off latest bomb in Austin, wounding two

Two men on bicycles were wounded after a bomb exploded, possibly detonated by a trip wire, police said on Monday, as authorities continued to investigate three parcel bombs that killed two people earlier this month in the Texas capital. Show More Summary

Thomas Edison Was an Early Adopter of the Word ‘Bug’

In 1878, Thomas Edison’s star was on the rise. A few years before, when he sold his quadruplex telegraph design—an industry-changing innovation that allowed four signals to go over one wire—he had used the proceeds to build his lab in Menlo Park, New Jersey. Show More Summary

How Accurate are Medical Scenes?

Wired enlisted the help of a general surgery student to look at emergency room and operating room scenes in movies and TV shows. She points out what’s generally portrayed accurately, what would never work in real life, and which terms actually mean something.

Royal Distortion Members Go the Pop Route

With all Barb Wire Dolls commitments with management, venues, labels and everything else concluded, Isis Queen and guitarist Pyn Doll decided not to take up the various offers of extensions, and to instead do something completely new. Show More Summary

A surgery resident analyzes medical scenes from TV & movies

11 hours agoHumor / odd :

Annie Onishi is a general surgery resident at Columbia University and Wired asked her to break down scenes from movies and TV shows featuring emergency rooms, operating rooms, and other medical incidents. Spoiler alert: if you seek medical treatment from a TV doctor, you will probably die. Show More Summary

Could students’ media literacy be compared across countries, like math scores?

Heads up Wikipedia, YouTube’s coming. YouTube will add “information cues” — i.e., Wikipedia article links — to some of its videos, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said at SXSW this week. Wired’s Louise Matsakis explains: “If you search and click on a conspiracy theory video about, say, chemtrails, YouTube will now link to a Wikipedia page that debunks...

Notes from WIRED Health 2018 at Francis Crick Institute

12 hours agoIndustries / Medical : medGadget

Set in its new home of the Francis Crick Institute, WIRED Health 2018 brought together world leaders and change-makers in cancer, aging, artificial intelligence, government, medical devices, and pharmaceuticals, to name but a few. Alongside...Show More Summary

Valdez has jaw wired shut after Quigg slugfest

12 hours agoSports / Boxing : Espn: Boxing

Oscar Valdez kept his belt against Scott Quigg but paid a high price for it as the Mexican featherweight champion had to have his jaw wire shut days after Saturday's bloody fight. Valdez's manager said it was unclear as to when he'd be back in the ring.

Medical News Today: Wired Health 2018: Old tech, new ideas

This year's Wired Health conference gave a sneak peak into the world of health tech. Growing new ideas on firm foundations seems to be this year's theme.

Wired To Hunt Podcast #205: 2018 Iowa Shed Camp Exploits, 2017 Success Stories, and Sasquatch

12 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Wired To Hunt

Today on the show we’re podcasting from Iowa and our 2018 shed camp and in this one we recap the highlights of our epic shed hunting weekend, hear about a few of the crew’s 2017 hunting seasons and laugh a...

Wired To Hunt Podcast #204: #ShedRally and My Antler Dog Intervention with Jeremy Moore

12 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Wired To Hunt

Today on the show we’re preparing for #ShedRally weekend by sharing our best shed hunting advice and then we’re joined by Jeremy Moore to talk through some very interesting next-level antler dog insights. To listen to the podcast, click the...

[Teaser] Sequel to Original Film ‘Leprechaun Returns’ Coming 2019 from ‘The Void’ Director!

Forget that recent attempt at a reboot. The original franchise is back. Syfy Wire just announced that next year will see the premiere of Leprechaun Returns, a new installment in the original series directed by Steven Kostanski (The Void)! Sadly, Warwick Davis is not returning for the new film, but a teaser that comes along […]

Federal Prison Guard Pleads Guilty In Sabatino Prison Fraud Scheme

Former federal prison guard Michael Mazar pled guilty to mail and wire fraud last week He orchestrated the scheme with an inmate from a Miami federal prison. Mazar was employed as a federal prison guard at the Federal Detention Center in Miami from July 2009 through April 2017. Show More Summary

Pantone coffee mugs to match how you take it

12 hours agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Here's a little something for artsy wired types. Pantone has a number of colorful mugs, some of which may match how you take your favorite hot beverage. Note: they do not seem to have any dark enough for how many of our dear readers prefer. (more…)

Effective PR Means One Message Does Not Fit All Audiences

Too often public relations activities rely on the “spray and pray” method these days. It’s just too easy. First, there’s the availability of cheap digital news wire services to blast out a news release for a few hundred dollars or less. Show More Summary

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