Briefly: No Man’s Sky Dilemma, Flat Earth Troll, North Korea’s Web

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: NASA’s latest Saturn photos, No Man’s Sky and the power of saying “no”, North Korea accidentally leaked a list of its websites (all 28 of them).

  • Flat Earthers, in addition to believing the world is flat, also believe that every single image of earth taken from space has been photoshopped. Looking at this new photo of Saturn, we’re wondering if NASA is straight up trolling these guys.
  • There have been a lot of critical articles written about No Man’s Sky since launch and most of them focus on the marketing. Here’s what the developer should have done differently.
  • North Korea is something of a locked box to the rest of the world, and even their version of one of the handiest apparatuses through which you can glimpse cultural habits — the internet — is largely inaccessible to anyone outside the country. Thanks to what appears to be an accidental reveal, however, we can now peek inside North Korea’s internet tubes.

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