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Saturday, January 18, 2020

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3 Ways to Differentiate Your Business in a Competitive Market

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entrepreneur.com - These days, it’s increasingly difficult for an entrepreneur’s business to stand out. Extreme competition has led to consumers having high expectations. Oftentimes, simply offering above-average quali…

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tpsconsulting.blogspot.com - TECHNOLOGY AND MORE! Tesla Model 3 wreaks havoc on Mercedes-Benz and BMW in luxury sedan segment Shared by Jeanette JOY Fisher ☮️ teslarati.com - Since the Tesla Model 3 began initial deliveries in S…

The 2020 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in proves pleasing, perhaps pedestrian

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arstechnica.com - It feels almost like negligence on my part to say that, until December, I had never driven a Prius. The current Prius' styling is controversial, to say the least. I really do think it looks like ther…

The broken record of breaking encryption skips again in Florida shooter case

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arstechnica.com - On the eve of the House of Representatives' forwarding of articles of impeachment to the Senate, President Donald Trump took time to attack Apple. The president's outburst on Twitter appears to be ab…

This tech could mean your phone stops you from getting killed by a car

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arstechnica.com - Progress isn't always positive. Although the occupants of modern cars are undeniably safer in a crash than they would be in models just a few years old, that's not true for people using Shank's pony.…

US finally prohibits ISPs from charging for routers they don’t provide

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arstechnica.com - A new US law prohibits broadband and TV providers from charging "rental" fees for equipment that customers have provided themselves. Even by the low customer-service standards of the cable and teleco…

Biden wants Sec. 230 gone, calls tech “totally irresponsible,” “little creeps”

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arstechnica.com - Former Vice President Joe Biden is calling for one of the primary laws defining how Internet content is regulated to be "revoked," adding that the "little creeps" who run some of Silicon Valley's big…

No foolin‘—the 2010s were a crazy decade for tech

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arstechnica.com - It's been quite a decade. Tech surfed into the 2010s upon a huge wave of optimism and connection (Facebook!) but eventually wiped out on the shoals of cynicism and tribalism (Facebook!). Along the wa…

A look ahead to the 2020 IMSA sports car season

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arstechnica.com - 2019 was the year that Mazda Motorsport finally saw victory with the RT24-P. The car lost none of its speed in the offseason and set a new unofficial track record in preseason testing at Daytona. The…

Oracle copied Amazon’s API—was that copyright infringement?

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arstechnica.com - Early this year, the Supreme Court will hear an important case that will determine the legal status of application programming interfaces under copyright law. If the high court sides with Oracle in i…

Report: Google wants to bring the Steam game store to... Chrome OS?

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arstechnica.com - We have a wild report from Android Police this morning, as the site claims that Google is working to bring official Steam support to Chrome OS. Yes, Valve's Steam. The gaming platform. On Chromebooks.

Final Fantasy VII Remake demo has leaked, is packed with teases, spoilers

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arstechnica.com - Though the headline mentions "spoilers," we've taken care to hide them after a certain point in the article, in case you'd like to read about how this leak happened while otherwise remaining ignorant…

Smart homes will turn dumb overnight as Charter kills security service

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arstechnica.com - Charter is killing its home-security service and telling customers that security devices they've purchased will stop working once the service is shut down on February 5. The impending shutdown and cu…

Apple announces the iPad

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arstechnica.com - Apple today unveiled its iPad, after years of rumors that the company was building a tablet-like device. Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the device today during a special media-only event, saying it …

WeLeakInfo gets pwned by FBI; Dutch, Irish police arrest alleged breach brokers

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arstechnica.com - On Wednesday, police in the Netherlands and Northern Ireland arrested two 22-year-old men believed to be connected to WeLeakInfo, a site offering usernames and passwords from multiple data breaches f…

AT&T et al. fight against higher upload speeds in $20-billion FCC program

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arstechnica.com - AT&T, Frontier, Windstream, and their industry lobby group are fighting against higher Internet speeds in a US subsidy program for rural areas without good broadband access. The Federal Communication…

Researchers find serious flaws in WordPress plugins used on 400k sites

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arstechnica.com - Serious vulnerabilities have recently come to light in three WordPress plugins that have been installed on a combined 400,000 websites, researchers said. InfiniteWP, WP Time Capsule, and WP Database …

Goodbye Microsoft Edge, welcome Microsoft (Chromium) Edge

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arstechnica.com - We've seen one take waxing nostalgic for the old, purely Microsoft developed version of Edge, but we don't think many people will miss it much. It's not so much that Edge was a bad browser, per se—it…

The Ultimate Guide to UX Design Internships - UXfol.io Blog

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blog.uxfol.io - On a warm summer night in 2012, I received an email: “Congratulations! You’ve been chosen to be part of our Autumn internship program.” In a state of shock, I ran downstairs to break the news to my p…

Fake News: 11-Yr-Old Does NOT Show How To Get Free High-Speed Internet | Lead Stories

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hoax-alert.leadstories.com - Did an 11-year-old show "how 2 get free high-speed Internet?" No, that's not true: This is a hoax video using images of a former Shark Tank contestant to tout something completely different. The clai…

Wikipedia ban lifted by Turkey after court rules 2-year block 'violates freedom of expression'

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boingboing.net - “To the world leaders and those in power, I would like to say that you have not seen anything yet. You have not seen the last of us, we can assure you that. And that is the message that we will bring…

Big Telco wants more federal money to offer slower rural broadband

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boingboing.net - Comments filed with the FCC by AT&T, Frontier, Windstream and Ustelcom (an industry group representing telcoms companies) have asked the FCC to change the rules for its next, $20.4 billion/10 year ru…

POCO brand now independent of Xiaomi

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androidcommunity.com - It’s no secret that Chinese OEM like Xiaomi have several sub-brands. Huawei has Honor that can be availed in the United States when the parent company can’t operate there. ZTE has Nubia while Xiaomi …

LG V50 ThinQ Android 10 OS update ready in South Korea

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androidcommunity.com - LG may be slowing down these days but we’re expecting new LG G and LG V ThinQ phones will be revealed at the upcoming Mobile World Congress. LG is determined to turn around the mobile business but it…

OnePlus 120Hz Fluid Display brings 30fps to 20, smoother scrolling

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androidcommunity.com - OnePlus is working on the next-gen premium flagship phone. The OnePlus 8 may be announced in May but before that happens, we can expect more information will be leaked and teased. Image renders were …

Huawei P40 Pro rendered image surfaces again

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androidcommunity.com - After the Samsung Galaxy S20 phones and the Galaxy Z Flip are “unpacked”, we’ll begin anticipating more for the Huawei P40. The top Chinese mobile OEM’s premium flagship for the first half of 2020 is…

Facebook not showing ads on WhatsApp, plans have been scrapped

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androidcommunity.com - Facebook regularly updates WhatsApp but some plans are not favorable to the users. There were plans before to sell ads inside the messaging service but it looks like they won’t be implemented anytime…

Twitter may be bringing pinned lists to the Android app

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androidcommunity.com - It looks like we’ll be getting a few new features for Twitter soon. But unfortunately, it’s still not the most-awaited and most requested feature, the ability to edit your tweets. That’s probably not…

Galaxy Z Flip rumored to be less expensive than expected

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androidcommunity.com - When Samsung announces its new premium Galaxy devices at their upcoming Unpacked event in February, expect one of those devices to be the Galaxy Z Flip. It’s not exactly a sequel to the foldable disp…

Mid-range Pixel phones in the works, new fishy code discovered

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androidcommunity.com - Google is prepping to make 2020 even better with all the improvements and new products and services. Recently, it started offering the Advanced Protection Program with easier access and enrolment. Go…

These are the most in-demand job skills in 2020, according to LinkedIn

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cnbc.com - Blockchain has topped the list of skills bosses are looking for in employees around the world this year, according to professional social media platform LinkedIn. The record-keeping technology first …

Google Maps keeps a detailed record of everywhere you go — here's how to stop it

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cnbc.com - Google Maps tracks everywhere you go on your iPhone or Android phone, and then keeps a log of this information in a "Timeline" that shows you everywhere you've been. This includes a creepy level of d…

Paul Thurrott's Short Takes: January 17 - Petri

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petri.com - Because it’s been a while, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s new carbon-negative push, thanking the NSA for finding a serious Windows 10 flaw, Microsoft’s new Edge browser, a new Walki…

Google Is Planning to Bring Steam To...Chromebooks - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - Google is reportedly planning to bring Steam to Chromebooks. Google’s Director of Product Management for Chrome OS, Kan Liu, had a discussion with David Ruddock from Android Police at CES, where Liu …

Microsoft Updates Calculator in New Windows 10 Fast Ring Build - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 19546 to Insiders in the Fast ring, and it has one new feature. Which may or may not be in the next version of Windows 10, because that’s the s…

Xiaomi is Back on Google Home and Nest - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - Almost two weeks after Google disabled Xiaomi’s access to its Assistant and Home and Nest devices after a security breach, Xiaomi says it has resolved the issue. And customers can now use its smart s…

CES 2020: What's new, fun and practical for real estate

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inman.com - Have suggestions for products that you’d like to see reviewed by our real estate technology expert? Email Craig Rowe. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took place in Las Vegas last week. Home-goods…

Apple may be forced by EU to replace iPhone charger with Android equivalent

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news.sky.com - The European Parliament is calling for common chargers to be introduced that would fit all mobile phones and tablets. Although technology companies have previously been encouraged to work together on…

Newsmax TV Surpasses Bloomberg TV, C-SPAN in Key Ratings

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newsmax.com - BOCA RATON, Fla. — Newsmax TV surpassed Bloomberg Television in total household reach, household coverage area rating, and average audience for the week of Dec. 9, 2019. Newsmax also topped C-SPAN in…

Robocars 2019 Year In Review

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forbes.com - Here are the most important robocar stories of 2019, selected by Robocars.com. (Also see the 2018 review.) Close-up of self driving minivan, with LIDAR and other sensor units and logo visible, part o…

Norway Invites You to Explore Its Electric Vehicle Paradise

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wired.com - If you’re used to road tripping in America, where two-thirds of all new vehicles sold are hulking, gasoline-powered SUVs or pickups, the streets of Norway are like a vehicular Bizarro World. Not beca…

When Art Begins at the Scene of a Crime

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nytimes.com - The Walmart on Gateway Boulevard in El Paso is where a 21-year-old man from across the state, driven by his anger at a “Hispanic invasion,” showed up last Aug. 3 on a murder mission. Firing an assaul…

A World Without One-to-One Targeting

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durac.info - Subscribe to AdExchanger Talks on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, SoundCloud or wherever you listen to podcasts. Was it just three days ago that Google Chrome told the world that come 2022, i…

All You Need To Know About Facebook Marketing

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duracmarketing.com - Have you been told that Facebook marketing is a must for your business to survive? If you aren’t sure what that means, don’t panic. This guide has the information you need to get started and become s…

How To Get A Stronghold On Affiliate Promotion

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duracmarketing.com - This article will provide you with good advice to get you started in the field of success for your affiliate site.Do not ever get involved in this process and do not affiliate with people who are. Th…

Email Marketing Doesn't Have To Be Tricky

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marketingpromotion.biz - If you present your products in an informative and attractive way, they will show you an interested buyer. You should avoid boring or overwhelm your customers with too much content in the emails you …

Grab Google Stadia Premier free with this swish BT deal | Trusted Reviews

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trustedreviews.com - BT has partnered with Google to offer broadband customers a wealth of new exclusive Stadia deal. BT and Google announced the partnership at midnight on Friday, promising it is the opening stage in a …

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SCIENCE

Jack Dorsey Asks Elon Musk How to Fix Twitter

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bloomberg.com - Elon Musk’s suggestion for how to fix Twitter? Identify the bots. Musk, the SpaceX and Tesla Inc. chief executive officer, was asked Thursday by Twitter Inc. CEO Jack Dorsey how he would fix the soci…

Practical guide to become a Data Scientist

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towardsdatascience.com - Data Scientist is one of the hottest job on the market right now. Demand for data science is huge and will only grow, and it seems it’s growing much faster than the actual number of data scientists. …

The Future Of IoT Security Using Blockchain Technology Via The Chip

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forbes.com - By 2020, 20.4 billion IoT devices will be in use around the world. From your smartphone to your toaster, TV, curtain rail, car and toothbrush — the time is coming when all "things" will always be con…

Facebook has a neural network that can do advanced math

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technologyreview.com - Here’s a challenge for the mathematically inclined among you. Solve the following differential equation for y: You have 30 seconds. Quick! No dallying. Also stay updated on MIT Technology Review init…

Karginov bekroont totale dominantie van Kamaz in Dakar 2020

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nl.motorsport.com - De Kamazzen wonnen maar liefst elf van de twaalf etappes tijdens deze editie van de Dakar Rally, maar Andrey Karginov was de enige coureur die foutloos bleef. De ervaren rijder eindigde gedurende de …

How Wikipedia’s volunteer army combats misinformation in the 'post-truth' era

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pri.org - Giving internet users open access to a site that is meant to have accurate, up-to-date, multilingual information sounds like a recipe for disaster. And yet Wikipedia seems to be making it work. The w…

Safe ACL Change through Model-based Analysis

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tech.ebayinc.com - The eBay Site Network hosts ebay.com, a core part of eBay’s business. As is best practice for a large Internet site, the first line of defense for the eBay Site Network is an Access Control List (ACL…

X-rays reveal the faded colors of a 1,300-year-old Inca idol

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arstechnica.com - The idol of Pachacamac was already 700 years old when Spanish conquistadors arrived in Peru, according to radiocarbon dating of the wood. People journeyed from all over the Andes to consult the statu…

Lexus had its European design team imagine vehicles for moon mobility

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arstechnica.com - Lexus Lunar, by Yung Presciutti, is described thus: "Lexus Lunar is a massive transport vehicle designed to explore and discover the moon safely. The vehicle is divided into two parts: the bottom con…

SpaceX will shut down its rocket mid-flight to test Dragon’s escape system

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arstechnica.com - Officials from NASA and SpaceX said final preparations were underway for a critical flight test of Crew Dragon's launch escape system on Saturday morning from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The fou…

NIST digitized the bullets that killed JFK

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arstechnica.com - Courtesy of the National Institute of Standards and Technology. There's rarely time to write about every cool science-y story that comes our way. So this year, we're once again running a special Twel…

Lidar sensors are about to become a mainstream car feature

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arstechnica.com - Auto-parts maker Bosch is getting into the lidar business, the company said in a Thursday announcement. That's significant because Bosch is a "tier 1" supplier—one of the few companies with the scale…

Trek at 50: The quest for a unifying theory of time travel in Star Trek

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arstechnica.com - We're at the start of what should be a big year for Star Trek. The franchise will celebrate its 50th anniversary this fall, but 2016 also brings a new movie (Star Trek Beyond), the recovery of long-l…

The surprisingly complicated physics of why cats always land on their feet

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arstechnica.com - Ralph Crane/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images There's rarely time to write about every cool science-y story that comes our way. So this year, we're once again running a special Twelve Days…

Turn-by-turntables: How drivers got from point A to point B in the early 1900s

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arstechnica.com - It’s easy to take modern GPS navigation for granted; it’s no longer a novelty. Not only is it offered on the dashboard of your car, it’s on every smartphone in everyone’s purse or pocket. But if you …

Why I dislike what “quantum supremacy” is doing to computing research

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arstechnica.com - The big quantum buzzword these days is "quantum supremacy." (It's a term I despise, even as I acknowledge that the concept has some utility. I will explain in a moment). Unfortunately, this means tha…

China and the United States will compete for launch supremacy in 2020

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arstechnica.com - For the second year in a row, China dominated the global rankings in terms of orbital launches. The communist country finished 2019 with 34 orbital launch attempts and 32 successes. Russia ranked sec…

Rocket Report: Russia talking big boosters, fly *us* to the Moon

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arstechnica.com - Welcome to Edition 2.28 of the Rocket Report! As we get deeper into 2020, we could see as many as a half-dozen new orbital rockets debut this year, with a mixture from the United States, China, Europ…

Want to know if spaghetti is al dente? Check how much it curls in the pot

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arstechnica.com - Place a strand of spaghetti in a pot of boiling water and it will start to sag as it softens, before sinking slowly to the bottom of the pot, where it will curl back on itself to form a U shape. A cu…

The Meaning of Design: What Design Is and Why It’s Important

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shakuro.com - What is design? Most people think that design is about making things look pretty – a decoration. Art. But design is as much an art as it is a science. Cold and calculated process. Sometimes the detri…

Seven and a Half Soft Skills to have as a Designer

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uxdesign.cc - Design is the intentional solution to a problem within a set of constraints. It is everywhere and impacts all areas of our lives. New age designers are crossing fields causing the lines of convention…

The Role of Animation and Motion in UX

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nngroup.com - In UX, motion and animation can be helpful and communicative, if used with restraint. Motion is most often appropriate as a form of subtle feedback for microinteractions, rather than to induce deligh…

Earth bacteria may have colonised other solar systems

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cosmosmagazine.com - Could the Earth be a life-exporting planet? That’s the curious question examined in a recent paper written by Harvard University astronomers Amir Siraj and Abraham Loeb. The researchers take a novel …

Here's how NASA's new machine weighs exoplanets

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futurism.com - NASA has unveiled a new instrument that can weigh distant exoplanets with three times the sensitivity of any existing equipment. The device, dubbed the NN-EXPLORE Exoplanet Investigations with Dopple…

Harvard researchers studied 9 million people to discover the surprising secret to career success

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fastcompany.com - A Harvard study has pinpointed the secret to career success: choosing the right coworkers. The researchers looked at everyone in Sweden (then nine million people) over 10 years, tracing their educati…

Stanford researchers built a particle accelerator on a computer chip – By Matthew Griffin Futurist and Keynote Speaker

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fanaticalfuturist.com - WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Particle accelerators are useful for all kinds of things, from finding new particles to helping build better semiconductors, and now we have a way to miniaturise them and pu…

Ballooning Over Antarctica --"Searching for the Origins of Cosmic Rays" | The Daily Galaxy

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dailygalaxy.com - “After three Antarctic seasons — with 19 launch attempts, two launches and one recovery of the payload from a crevasse field — it is wonderful to have SuperTIGER-2 finally reach float altitude and be…

Scientists Crack Secrets of Ginkgo Trees’ Near-Immortality

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ancient-origins.net - A new botanical scientific study on ginkgo trees highlights the species’ hyper-charged defenses and apparent escalation towards “immortality.” Native to China, G inkgo biloba , also known as the maid…

Facial-recognition algos vary wildly, US Congress told, as politicians try to come up with new laws on advanced tech

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theregister.co.uk - Vid A recent US government report investigating the accuracy of facial recognition systems across different demographic groups has sparked fresh questions on how the technology should be regulated. T…

Oldest Material On Earth Discovered To Be Older Than The Sun

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ancient-origins.net - Stars have life cycles. They're born when bits of dust and gas floating through space find each other and collapse in on each other and heat up. They burn for millions to billions of years, and then …

How to create living concrete

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cosmosmagazine.com - US researchers have created what they call a living concrete by combining sand and bacteria. It’s early days, but the potential, they say, is to create building materials that can repair and even rep…

Army developing tech to ID terrorists in the dark from .5 km away

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futurism.com - The United States Army is currently building a super-charged facial recognition system — tech that could be ready for action as soon as next year. The system, as described in a new One Zero story, an…

Heavy drinking can cause a cancer linked to cigarette smoking -- study

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inverse.com - Heavy drinking is typically linked to ailments like addiction, stroke, and liver damage. Now, scientists say the practice may also heighten the risk of cancer more often associated with smoking — lun…

Samsung Galaxy S20 will have 5x optical zoom, 3D models demoed

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androidcommunity.com - In about three weeks, Samsung will finally reveal its 2020 premium Galaxy S flagship series. Three variants are expected: the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. Much has been said about t…

Travelers at 3 U.S. airports to be screened for new, potentially deadly Chinese virus

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washingtonpost.com - Passengers walk past a thermal scanner upon their arrival at Narita airport on Jan. 17, 2020 in Narita, Japan. (Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty Images) By Lena H. Sun close Lena H. Sun National reporter focusi…

Post-discharge acute care and outcomes following readmission reduction initiatives: national retrospective cohort study of Medicare beneficiaries i... - PubMed - NCBI

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ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - To determine whether patients discharged after hospital admissions for conditions covered by national readmission programs who received care in emergency departments or observation units but were not…

Major cardiac events for adult survivors of childhood cancer diagnosed between 1970 and 1999: report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study cohort. - PubMed - NCBI

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ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - To investigate the impact of modifications to contemporary cancer protocols, which minimize exposures to cardiotoxic treatments and preserve long term health, on serious cardiac outcomes among adult …

The AI Doctor Will See You Now

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wired.com - When MIT professor Regina Barzilay received her breast cancer diagnosis, she turned it into a science project. Learning that the disease could have been detected earlier if doctors had recognized the…

Ganzin Technology's Eye Tracking Module Combines the Virtual and Real World, Replacing the Hand-operated User Interface

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prnewswire.com - Recognizing that AR/VR will be the next revolution that transforms people's life, after computers and smartphones, tech giants such as Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Magic Leap, Sony, and HTC have dive…

The Major Gut Health Mistake To Fix In 2020, According to A Gastroenterologist

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mindbodygreen.com - All of this leads us back to plants, which is my favorite subject to talk about in terms of how they can benefit a healthy gut. In case you haven't heard yet, a plant-based diet is the ideal diet to …

How To Heal A Leaky Gut & The Main Foods To Avoid

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mindbodygreen.com - Now that you know what not to eat, you might be wondering what's left. "Focus on clean ingredients with easy-to-digest foods that are low in fructose and sugar and devoid of any substances, including…

Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Choosing A Good Probiotic

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mindbodygreen.com - I like a bargain as much as anyone, but buying a probiotic supplement is something you don't want to skimp on. Warehouse stores are great to buy paper towels and grass-fed beef in bulk, but those meg…

How to use your foam roller for lymphatic drainage (because it's good for that too)

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wellandgood.com - Foam rolling is one of the most dependable ways to relieve muscle soreness, get myofascial release, and help with flexibility. Another benefit for your body? Foam rolling helps with lymphatic drainag…

The Science Of Why You Are (Or Aren't) Attracted To Men With Beards

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mindbodygreen.com - A new study published by The Royal Society set out to find out how beards, or lack thereof, affect the perception of a man's attractiveness as a potential partner, specifically by women. The research…

Highly Improved Technologies to Revolutionize Microdisplay, New Features to Come

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embedded-computing.com - Living in this real world, we are all cocooned under technology. From television screens to smartwatches, all we seek is a display quality with high and ultra-high resolutions. The microdisplay techn…

Kaman Introduces the SC-2440 Self-Contained Displacement Sensor

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embedded-computing.com - Kaman Precision Products introduced the SC-2440, an off the shelf, self-contained analog output displacement sensor. The SC-2440 system was designed for applications featuring high-precision automate…

The Main Focus of embedded world 2020: Touch Displays for Industrial Embedded Solutions

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embedded-computing.com - "You develop the idea, we take care of everything else." This could well be BOPLA's motto for our all-round carefree package. On request, the BΓΌnde specialists for electronics enclosures provide advi…

Get A Healthier Body Through Muscle Development

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fatlosscenter.info - It can be very tough to build your muscles. You will not see fast results and a more muscular physique. The following article offers advice as to how you accomplish just that.Focus on the squat, squa…

What You Need for Effective IoT Data Systems

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embedded-computing.com - Big data and the IoT have emerged because for the first time, you are able to move computing power from massive servers to really cheap machines. Some data systems can have hundreds of thousands of e…

Self-Heating in OLEDs Can Cause Decrease in Luminance

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photonics.com - DRESDEN, Germany, Jan. 16, 2020 — When LEDs and transistors are connected in parallel, even slight differences in resistance can lead to imbalanced current flow. If the devices heat up, this can lead…

Pelvic floor dysfunction: Symptoms, treatment, and exercises

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medicalnewstoday.com - The muscles, ligaments, and tissues of the pelvic floor support the bladder, rectum, and sexual organs. When the supportive structures weaken or become especially tight, doctors describe it as pelvic…

Blood transfusion: Types, purpose, procedure, and recovery

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medicalnewstoday.com - Blood transfusions work to replace blood that is lost due to injury or surgery. People can also get blood transfusions to treat certain medical conditions. This article will outline what a blood tran…

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LEISURE

Aging Wine: Facts & Feelings

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guildsomm.com - I’ve been told my palate favors decay. That might sound like an insult (and it may very well have been intended as one), but I find it a reasonable assessment. After all, my favorite foods include st…

Dream Homes Do Come True | JOY TO THE HOME JOURNAL: All Things Real Estate & Design

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joytothehomejournal.com - Joy to the Home Journal’s inspiration for #AffordableLuxury A post shared by Jeanette JOY Fisher (@joytothehomejournal) on Apr 1, 2017 at 11:12am PDT Joy to the Home Journal’s inspiration for #Afford…

The one video game my kids played all year long

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More pizza, fewer vegetables: Trump administration further undercuts Obama school-lunch rules

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How to Become an Entrepreneur Online: You Can Do It, Too! | Laptop Empires

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New York’s Hidden Gem: The City Hall Station

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H&M Offers Pay Later to U.S. Loyalty Members

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Could You Do Three Chin-ups to Save Your Life?Could You Do 3 Chin-ups to Save Your Life? by Randy Gage

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01-17-2020 - [X&Y] 5 Secrets To Not Obsessing Over One Woman

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New developments on import tariffs offer wine industry faint glimmers of hope

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Brexit will not affect your summer holiday to the EU, Britons told

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Transportation: Viking Cruises Adds Milwaukee as Port

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Getting to Know Your Inner Goddess

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‘Melting’ cleansers do your double cleansing job for you in just one lather

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If you’re shopping for CBD supplements, here’s what to look for

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The unstoppable Betty White turns 98 today—these are her secrets to aging well

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Become A Wine Connoisseur With This Article

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Getting Fit Made Easy: Tips For The Busy Person

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Knowing What Kind Of Jewelry Works For You

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Top Pet Care Advice For Taking Care Of Your Cat

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Advice On Hotels That All Travelers Should Have In Their Arsenal

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Win The Battle Of The Bulge With These Tips

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Lamaze Class: Should You Or Shouldn't You

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How to use Jedi mind tricks on your wife to get things done | Yu-kai Chou: Gamification & Behavioral Design

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Should You Get A Cat? Questions To Ask Yourself

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Learn How To Get In The Best Shape Of Your Life

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Everything You Always Wish You'd Known About Weight Loss

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Improve Your Photography Skills With These Excellent Tips

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Cooking Tips And Tricks To Make Great Meals

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Care For Your Dog The Easy Way. Check Out This Advice Today!

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Cooking Can Be Easy! Try These Ideas!

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Amsterdam, Volendam, Zaanse Schans & Madurodam

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Now second son Eric Trump is accused of stealing from a cancer charity and dodging taxes

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The cost of Bernie Sanders' plans would set a peacetime US record

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Judge slashes $8 billion Risperdal award against Johnson & Johnson to $6.8 million - Reuters

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Warren Buffett Hates It. AOC Is for It. A Beginner’s Guide to Modern Monetary Theory

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Amsterdam to buy out young people's debt to offer 'new start'

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 BC Demo - External Accountant Video

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We’ve gone Plaid # - Equity

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Game dev union leader: “Dream job” passion “can open us up to exploitation”

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Why Small Businesses Fail to Grow - Change Is in Your Control

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50/30/20 Budgeting Rule: What It Is & How It Works

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Huobi Joins Blockchain Turkey Platform to Boost Local Ecosystem

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Bitcoin Price Already Up 25% in 2020 After Hitting $9,000

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XRP Price Shows Signs of Strength with $0.30 as First Target: Crypto Trader

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XRP on the Brink of Massive Gains as It Races Towards a Key Resistance Level

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Speakers – ADP Rethink

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CPG/FMCG Loyalty Landscape – Current Global Perspective

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Bipartisan Bill Would Ban Reverse Auctions for Federal Construction Contracts

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What Do High-Performance E-Commerce Websites Do Differently? Results from the 2020 KPI Study

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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Discusses MAGAnomics, China Trade and USMCA…

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Senators Urge DHS Chief Wolf: Do Not Import More H-2B Foreign Workers

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USMCA Another Trump Promise Kept, a Trade Victory for America

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Millennials' average FICO score increased 25 points since 2012—here's the average credit score by generation

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Training Staff to Be Better Interviewers

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Car Shopping Doesn't Have To Be Difficult – Read These Tips

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Affiliate Marketing Advice That Draws Visitors And Their Dollars

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What You Need To Know To Cash In On Your Gold

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3D Displays Market Huge Incredible Growth by World 2029 | VEDENG, Geuder, Medline Industries - Best News Monitoring

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FBI arrests 3 alleged members of white-supremacist group ‘the Base’ ahead of Virginia gun rally

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Ex-Los Angeles sheriff to report to prison for corruption

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Iran's Khamenei blasts 'American clowns' in rare Friday prayer appearance

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Lev Parnas: Rick Perry said he told Ukrainian president aid was contingent on Biden investigation

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5 freed from Gitmo in exchange for Bergdahl join Taliban’s political office in Qatar

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Kansas City radio station agrees to broadcast Russian-owned ‘propaganda’ program

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Between the Hammer and Anvil: The Life of Grand Prince Alexander Nevsky

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Despite what you may think, face recognition surveillance isn’t inevitable

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New documents appear to link Ukrainian oligarch with Trump's push for Biden probe

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Qatari investor confirms meeting Trump transition team | USA News

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The Virginia Gun Rights Conflict: Best And Worst Case Scenarios

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Vladimir Putin Prepares His Succession

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Putin's Now Purged The West From The Kremlin

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Unintended Consequences: Did Trump Just Give the Middle East to China and Russia? - Global Research

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Ukraine Launches Criminal Probe Into 'Illegal Surveillance' Of American Ambassador Fired By Trump

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De Blasio: 'Right to Hold the Standard' by Freeing Alleged Illegal Murderer

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Sanctuary State: Illegal Alien Indicted for 92-Year-Old Woman's Murder

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Illegal Alien from Canada Allegedly Planned Attack at Virginia Gun Rally

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Report: 11 US Troops Treated for Concussion After Iran Attack

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ICE Acting Director: ‘Recycled’ Children Are Trafficked at Border

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ICE deported 25 Cambodian immigrants, most of whom arrived in the U.S. as refugees

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Virginia Capital on Edge as F.B.I. Arrests Suspected Neo-Nazis Before Gun Rally

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Oman’s Renaissance—and What Will Follow

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US diplomat's moustache leaves South Koreans bristling with anger

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PBS Guest Argues Media Should Ignore Climate Skeptic 'Lies'

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The Major Gut Health Mistake To Fix In 2020, According to A Gastroenterologist

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How To Heal A Leaky Gut & The Main Foods To Avoid

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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Choosing A Good Probiotic

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The Science Of Why You Are (Or Aren't) Attracted To Men With Beards

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How to create living concrete

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Highly Improved Technologies to Revolutionize Microdisplay, New Features to Come

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