Hear all about Alex's sweet new motorcycle ride on this week's episode of Diggnation! Plus, more fun with the R/C Copter and hottest stories from digg.com including the top 5 complaints about modern life that are statistically B.S.!
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Bubble Ball's Robert Nay: How a 14-Year-Old Built the No. 1 iPhone Game
Most 14-year-olds are watching TV, thinking about the school dance and spending way too much time on Facebook. Eighth-grader Robert Nay, meanwhile, used his spare time to build a No. 1 iPhone app.Source: AOL
5 Complaints About Modern Life (That Are Statistically B.S.)
As much as we like to joke about the sorry state of the world, the facts really don't back us up.Source: Cracked
Thousands of Sharks Spotted Off Palm Beach
Pilot Steve Irwin has quite a fish tale, and he wasn't even fishing. Irwin is a pilot with "Island Marine Services" based in Fort Pierce. He said he was flying about 100 yards off of Palm Beach, at 80 mph, when he spotted thousands of sharks.Source: WPTV
Exorcist Kitty Wants Your Soul
Imagine coming home to a dark apartment only to have these eyes staring at you. Then, while you're trying to find a light switch, the voice of an ancient demon god starts commanding you. It doesn't get much creepier than this.Source: Regretful Morning
Top Secret Synthetic Gas Could Eliminate Carbon Emissions
A UK company recently revealed the results of a top secret project it's been working on for the past four years: a synthetic fuel that could cause gas prices to plunge to $1.50 per gallon. If produced on a commercial scale, this gas alternative could be the missing link millions have been waiting for to help ease the pain of transition away from a fossil fuel-based economy.Source: Care2