Wednesday, September 17, 2014
If iPhone's Siri gets a little too snarky for you sometimes, you're in luck: Groot is ready to chatbot it up with you. Guardians of the Galaxy tree-like hero isn't a fan of using too many words, but he does reply to texts promptly! TechCrunch, Twilio developer Ricky Robinett created the SMS chatbot as a gag. The developer behind the kitschy creation even joked, "Groot may have a text message addiction.   [READ MORE]
Everything you know about The Good Wife changed last season…and it could do it again. The CBS drama ended season five with Alicia ( Julianna Margulies ) getting an unexpected offer from Eli Gold ( Alan Cumming ): Would she run for State's Attorney? Viewers will get an answer within the first minute of the season six premiere, but the ramifications will be felt throughout, especially when it comes to Peter (Chris Noth),Alicia's estranged husband. Alicia and Peter are married in name only after last season's blowout following Will's (Josh Charles) death.

Legendary daredevil Nik Wallenda has announced he will walk a high-wire 50 stories above the Chicago River between two skyscrapers in November, to the pleasure of white-knuckled Discovery Channel viewers. Wallenda said in a statement “This is going to be the most incredible tightrope walk of my career,” “It's the ‘Windy City’ and there’s nothing like doing this during winter in Chicago. That’s a challenge for me, and I love to push myself to do things that most people think are impossible.”

Talk about a backhanded compliment. Peter Thiel, a billionaire venture capitalist and cofounder of PayPal and Palantir, was asked for his thoughts about Twitter during an interview with CNBC on Tuesday. His response was that Twitter has "a lot of potential," but the team running it seems to be too high to realize that potential. Thiel said, "They have a lot of potential. It's a horribly mismanaged company. The people, you know, probably a lot of pot smoking going on there.   [READ MORE]
Amazon is almost certainly getting ready to push the launch button on its next-generation Kindle dedicated e-reader hardware, and new leaks from the site’s German and Japanese stores (via The Verge ) reveal it will likely be called the Kindle Voyage, and sport a new high-res display and bezels that can be pressed to turn pages.   [READ MORE]
Constitution Day
by Clip Syndicate
Indiana Supreme Court Justice spekaing to kids   [READ MORE]

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