Someone spray-painted a dog in the Bracebridge-area. The owner told police it had wandered off and when it returned, it had vulgar words painted on its sides. The pooch appears to be unhurt, otherwise.
It is International Day of Pink – a celebration of diversity and a rallying cry against bullying and homophobia. Grade 6, 7 and 8 students from Barrie have once again decorated downtown storefronts in pink to drive home the message. Read more here.
Sunshine lined up until next week. The temperature rising from a high of 10C today to – wait for it – 20C on Sunday. The norm for this time of year is 11C.
Our dollar closed yesterday at 78.33 cents US – it’s highest mark since July of last year and more than a cent higher than when it bottomed out at 68 cents US in January. Higher prices for oil get credit for the rise.
We May Not Need Another Hard Drive, Flash Drive or the ‘Cloud’ to Store Computer Data for Much Longer
Researchers at University of Washington say they have save and retrieved data using DNA. A single cubic millimetre of DNA can store 5.5 petabits of data – that’s more than 5000 terabits. Read more about that here.