I was able to login just fine and watch a film on Netflix. Once your browse screen has loaded in the background, attempt to log in again. Once the error occurs, select O to back out. You should then be at the library screen and can proceed like normal.
alphadogg writes: Next week's HotCloud conference on cloud computing in San Diego will boast a slew of fresh research into this hottest of IT topics. Here's a glimpse at the work to be showcased at the event, including a project dubbed Nebulas that would look to aggregate cloud computing resources from volunteers, along the lines of SETI@home, and another that looks to exploit the proximity of separate cloud computing apps to create entirely new mashup Web services. Link to Original Source
TheUnFounded writes: "Marc Weber Tobias can pick, crack, or bump any lock. Now he wants to teach the world how to break into military facilities and corporate headquarters. But Tobias isn't crazy. Far from it. He's a professional lock breaker, a man obsessively--perhaps compulsively--dedicated to cracking physical security systems. He doesn't play games, he rarely sees movies, he doesn't attend to plants or pets or, currently, a girlfriend. Tobias hacks locks. Then he teaches the public how to hack them, too."
Mike writes: "San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom recently unveiled the first of 1,100 solar powered bus shelters that will be installed throughout the city between now and 2013. Crowned with a rolling red crest of photovoltaic panels, the shelters will use the sun's rays to power their intercom, LED lighting, and even a wireless router that will help blanket the city with WiFi goodness, with all excess energy being fed back into the city's electrical grid."