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Today on In Case You Missed It: Chinese state-run media announced the country will begin building the world’s largest super-collider, with an ETA of 2020. Realm Pictures just pulled off another live action shooter game, this time with an alien version and we are all tempted to get Chatroulette accounts. And Tokyo’s auto show just wrapped this week and besides the totally Jetsons cars, we were struck by the cool factor of many of the cars’ head and tail lights that use lasers.
Then we sum up the headlines of the week and we most recommend a read of the brouhaha over SXSW’s threats of violence over some panel discussions.
Because we can’t watch it enough, here’s the link of the woman with the stellar witch cackle.
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