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Monthly Archives: April 2012

What Made One Goh, the Oikos University Shooter, Snap?

Published April 4, 2012 on The Daily Beast
One Goh, stormed an Oakland school in search of an official as his target. Instead, he executed seven students against a wall.

Encyclopaedia Britannica drops print and goes digital only

Published March 13, 2012 on CNET News
After 244 years of printing volumes of books, the venerable encyclopedia publisher shifts toward computer-only access.

Occupy Oakland, Police Bruality, and a Change in Tactics

Published February 28, 2012 on Guernica
About 100 occupiers gathered for a rally in front of Oakland City Hall a couple of weeks ago. Bowls of rice and beans were doled out, TV news vans lined the street and a helicopter buzzed overhead. A few people toted cardboard signs with slogans like “End Police Violence” and “#OO.” This rally’s goal was to support those arrested in Occupy Oakland police sweeps.

Black hole clocks fastest wind ever recorded by NASA

Published February 22, 2012 on CNET News
Born from the collapse of a massive star, a recently detected stellar-mass black hole is breaking high-speed records.