It turns out that our post yesterday about the pricing error at Best Buy wasn’t quite accurate. When the retailer’s site offered $200 gift cards for $15, lots of people hopped on this particular bandwagon and ordered them. However, a tipster reports that some cards shipped out before best Buy caught the error. Some shipped out…and they aren’t worth $200. … [More]
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By now, the entire internet’s realized that Deep Dream, Google’s artificial neural network, is capable of some pretty trippy images. But what happens when you run a movie about acid trips through the acid trip generator? Fear and Loathing in your worst nightmares, that’s what.
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Unit 4's director of food service says the federal government has made it "pretty hard not to" feed children in need over the summer.
Preparing free meals for more than 500 Champaign kids a day during the summer months is no big burden for Unit 4's director of food service.
Mary Davis is happy to bear it.
In her decades of experience in the school food industry, Davis says the federal government has made it "pretty hard not to" feed children in need over the summer.
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