Officers Said They Smelled Pot. The Judge Called Them Liars.

Officers Said They Smelled Pot. The Judge Called Them Liars.

Courts in New York have long ruled that if a car smells like pot, the police can search it. But now, a backlash is mounting.

Developer’s Close Call With Raccoons Somehow Inspired Noir Detective Game

During a PAX-adjacent Microsoft event in Seattle last week, I’d just finished playing the demo of Backbone, a noir detective game starring a raccoon in a rainy, animal-run Vancouver. I was fascinated by the setting, the themes, and the dialogue. Recorder on, …

Turn Old Radio Shows and Audiobooks Into Podcasts With Fourble

Radio show archives are hard to find; when they’re available at all, it’s often in awkward formats. (To get my hands on the radio sitcom Cabin Pressure, I had to buy one season as a music album and another as an audiobook.) You can find some shows on the Inte…

Inventor And Detective Create Range Of Snack-Hiding Devices

Anyone who has had to deal with siblings, their friends, flatmates or parents who are overly fond of snacks may know this issue: you bought some snacks for your own consumption, but before you can get to them they have vanished. Naturally, nobody knows what h…

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