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Cold booze on tap with the Spindle and Sin Liquor Chiller

The Spindle and Sin Handcrafted Ceramic Liquor Chiller is a countertop contrivance that keeps cold booze on tap. Designed for whiskey, tequila, or vodka, the device won't dilute drinks.

By August 13, 2014

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Twitter acquires Spindle and shows more interest in local discovery

Information network picks up a small startup versed in surfacing the best social updates from local businesses but shuts down its app.

By June 19, 2013

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Get a 50-pack of double-layer DVDs for $26.99

Want to back up your movie library? With yesterday's free DVD copier and this dirt-cheap spindle, you can get the job done for about 50 cents apiece.

By January 28, 2011

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Buzz Out Loud 868: Joogle and the Spindle

We rename Google's boring-sounding Native Client project to let you know what it really is: Java from Google. You know, Joogle. Also, HP unveils flexible paper using e-ink and a roller design that inspires version 3 of the Kindle: the Spindle.

By December 9, 2008

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Ep. 1277: You can hack DMCA. Legally.

The U.S. copyright office now says that there are instances in which you may hack, fold, spindle, or mutilate copy protection, but just a few, and don't go breaking any other contracts while you're at it. Also, Microsoft wants its employees to build Windows 7 phone apps... for free!

By July 26, 2010

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Buzz Out Loud 1277: You can hack DMCA. Legally. (podcast)

The U.S. copyright office now says that there are instances in which you may hack, fold, spindle, or mutilate copy protection, but just a few, and don't go breaking any other contracts while you're at it. Also, Microsoft wants its employees to build Windows 7 phone apps... for free!

By July 26, 2010

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Short: MicroNet, more storage for its hard drives

MicroNet Technology announced larger storage capacity for its line of storage products, Ultra SCSI: 9GB hard drives. The new drives support PCs running DOS, certain flavors of Windows, and NT, as well as Macintoshes and Power Macs. This drive features transfer rates from 10 MB/sec to 40 MB/sec, a 7200-rpm spindle speed and an Ultra SCSI controller, which provides an improvement over existing drive technology, according to the company.

By September 11, 1996