Briefly: Star Wars Fugues, Game Devs Meet Karma, North Korea Gets Nuclear

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: North Korea claims to have tested a hydrogen bomb, John Williams’ soundtrack for Star Wars is cleverer than you realise, and it’s time to be real on social media.

  • North Korea claims to have triggered a 5.1 magnitude earthquake with the nation’s first hydrogen bomb test. Figure out whether we should be worried or not with Business Insider’s coverage.
  • John Williams’ music for The Force Awakens is as beautiful as ever, but it’s likely you didn’t catch the deeper meanings to his compositions. Gizmodo Australia is here to unpack it all for you.
  • Being honest is the new thing on social media this year, with more people skipping the filter and the flattering angles than ever before. Popsugar proves it’s not as hard as it sounds.
  • In a perfect example of karma, the indie developer who threatened to “kill Gabe Newell” on Twitter in 2014 has now had his game refused classification in Australia. Kotaku has the story for you.

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