Join Kevin and Alex this week on Diggnation to talk about the world's smallest and absolutely cutest animals, a new UK fancy pants hydraulic underground garage, The Onion's take on email etiquette, a chick gets off on a roller coaster, and you can now download all your personal info from Facebook! Thanks, Zuckerberg!
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Fable III is the latest installment of the critically acclaimed Xbox 360 exclusive Fable franchise. Five decades have passed since the events of Fable II, and Albion has matured into an industrial revolution, but the fate of the kingdom is at peril. New and returning fans will embark on an epic adventure where the race for the crown is only the beginning of your spectacular journey! The revolution begins on October 26th Pre-Order Now! Also - we want YOU to submit a 30 second video explaining what you're most excited about for the Fable III release. We'll review entries and choose a favorite and feature it in next week's show, episode 278. Upload your videos to YouTube or Vimeo or wherever and email us the link to Fans@Diggnation.com with the word Fable III in the subject line. We'll feature and embed all the submissions at Revision3.com/FableIII by next week's show.
Thanks again to Ford for sponsoring the show this week. We've been lucky enough to have this Fiesta all summer and Prager has been spotted driving it all over SF. One of the things we have not touched on too much about the Fiesta is safety...this bad boy has seven air bags (even one for the driver's knee) and 'AdvanceTrac ESC which is like traction control on steroids. AdvanceTrac will actually compare the angle of the steering wheel to how your wheels are spinning and apply brake or throttle to the necessary wheels to get you back on your intended course. Pretty cool. The Fiesta has technology that would put many more expensive cars to shame: it comes loaded with technology! Thanks again to Ford and the new Ford Fiesta, it's a pretty big deal!
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When it comes to the animal kingdom, not every animal is necessarily a pretty face. Yet there are some animals that just by their sheer diminutiveness are just too cute for words. Here are some of those cuties that just might leave you speechless.
Underground parking just got a new meaning! UK based firm, Cardock, has come up with this great idea for a world where people are constantly searching for more space. This underground garage accomplishes two important things: you can safely park your car with the push of a button saving space at the same time. Cars can even be parked on top of each other thus offering an efficient system for urban areas too.
Whoah. Until now there hasn't been a way to download info off of Facebook, but at today's Facebook event in Palo Alto, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a feature that allows users to port their data from Facebook in a .zip file, "People own and have control over all info they put into Facebook and "Download Your Information" enables people to take stuff with them," says Zuckerberg.