Briefly: Adventure Time 101, Tesla Tyrant, Autism Debate

Briefly: Adventure Time 101, Tesla Tyrant, Autism Debate
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Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Adventure Time explained, Tesla’s CEO cracks whip on parent of newborn child, are Autism diagnoses accurate?

  • Target is selling the hotly anticipated video game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 for $69. Bargain! [OzBargain]
  • “That is no excuse. I am extremely disappointed. You need to figure out where your priorities are. We’re changing the world and changing history, and you either commit or you don’t.” Apparently, this is the email that Tesla founder Elon Musk sent an employee after he took a day off work…To witness the birth of his child. Business Insider has the story.
  • Dick Smith has knocked $20 off the Toshiba Canvio Slim II 1TB Portable Hard Drive: you can currently get it for $99.
  • Adventure Time is one of the most beloved cartoons to come out in a very long while. This in-depth Kotaku primer explains why you should be a fan.
  • Apparently, the westernised world is in the throes of an Autism epidemic: but are increasing cases or increasing diagnoses to blame? Here are the findings from the latest study.
  • This year Australians can finally take part in official voting for the Eurovision song contest. But first you’ll need the mobile app. Click here to grab the free download on your platform of choice.