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Categories: NewsThe Snitch

Digital icing, an unfortunate stunt man, curmudgeons and Kerouac

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Today, Wired blogger GeekDad highlights a San Francisco-based bakery that allows techie cake connoisseurs (insert puzzled expression here) to “have an image 'printed' on the front of a cake using an ink jet-style printer that uses edible inks.” As far as I'm concerned, this is great news for the progress of the human animal. Finally, we can eat everything — including The News! So, in honor of technology, we bring you today's news stories that we would like to see on a cake and then eat:

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