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More than one-third of voters want Bernie Sanders to drop out of the 2020 presidential race, poll shows

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www.businessinsider.com - More than one-third of voters want Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont to drop out of the 2020 presidential race, making him one of the highest in that category among the large field of candidates. The re…
SCIENCE
Matrix largely resilient to the 2018 bear market now sets foundation for a bullish future

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medium.com - It is no surprise that Matrix has been making strides in the medical field with their AI assisted cancer diagnostic engine. Matrix’s current cooperation with the Beijing Cancer Hospital and the 302 M…
POLITICS
Luis Alvarez fought for 9/11 first responders until the very end. He has died at 53.

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www.washingtonpost.com - By Kayla Epstein Kayla Epstein Embedded audience editor on the National desk Email Bio Follow June 29 at 7:42 PM Earlier this month, retired New York police detective Luis Alvarez delivered a heartbr…
WORLD
Opinion | Putin’s attack on Western values was familiar. The American reaction was not.

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www.washingtonpost.com - By Anne Applebaum Anne Applebaum Columnist focusing on national politics and foreign policy Email Bio Follow Columnist June 28 Russian scorn for liberal democracy has a long history, and a certain ki…
POLITICS
It’s Not Just Trump: Obama And Gays Themselves Have Been Trans-Cautious

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dailycaller.com - Though news articles and activist assertions about President Trump’s policies on gay issues consistently accuse his administration of being “anti-LGBT,” nearly all the examples relate to gender ident…
POLITICS
Opinion | A Wretched Start for Democrats

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www.nytimes.com - And then there are the costs that Democrats want to impose on the country. Warren, for instance, favors universal child care (estimated cost, $70 billion a year), Medicare-For-All ($2.8 trillion to $…
WORLD
Journalist Andy Ngo waiting for ambulance after being attacked by Antifa protesters in Portland

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twitchy.com - Of course, it’s Portland. The city’s mayor has essentially handed over control of the streets from the police force to Antifa; they’ll tell you if you’re allowed to assemble, allowed to speak, and wh…
ADULT
Prince William says it'd be 'absolutely fine' by him if his kids were gay

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www.nbcnews.com - Prince William said Wednesday he would "fully support" his three children if they came out as gay but voiced concerns as to how society would react. During a visit to the Albert Kennedy Trust, that o…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
So, You Think You're Tolerant?

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www.prageru.com - It’s a word we hear a lot these days. So, let’s define it. Tolerance is “the ability to live with people whose opinions and behavior you don’t agree with.” That’s essentially how Oxford defines it, h…
WORLD
Trump: Border Wall Would Have ‘Saved’ Migrant Father And Daughter

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dailycaller.com - President Donald Trump said Sunday that a border wall would have saved the lives of a migrant father and daughter found dead trying to cross into the United States. Trump made the comments speaking t…
POLITICS
CA Contemplates A Bill That Would Drastically Change Voting Laws For 'Non-Citizens'

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townhall.com - Legislators in Sacramento, California are contemplating allowing "non-citizens" to have a role in Democratic Party. Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) introduced a bill that would "allow non-citizen…
SPORTS
Oddsmakers: Trump Has The Best Odds For Winning Reelection Since 2016

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dailycaller.com - Betting oddsmakers are predicting that President Donald Trump has a good chance of winning reelection, despite polling that shows him behind virtually every Democratic candidate. Wednesday and Thursd…
POLITICS
Democratic Candidates Announce Plan To Dangle Stacks Of Cash In Front Of Potential Voters

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babylonbee.com - U.S.—The 347 Democratic presidential candidates currently running announced Monday their new plan to attract voters to their platforms: simply to dangle stacks of cash over their heads on a fishing l…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
This grandpa's pure reaction to the gift of Lady Gaga tickets will brighten your day

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mashable.com - Every so often, a ray of light shines through to illuminate our dark world. This is one of those times. Twitter's @boybehindbricks (display name Whit as of this writing), a graphic designer and self-…
WORLD
Alleged Illegal Alien Serial Killer Now Accused Of Killing 18 In Dallas, Report Says

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www.dailywire.com - An illegal alien from Kenya who has been charged for allegedly murdering 12 elderly women in Dallas, Texas, has now been accused in a lawsuit of murdering six more people, bringing the total number o…
SCIENCE
A Guide to Basic Data Analysis | Geckoboard

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www.geckoboard.com - You’re in a hurry. You need answers, NOW. As the head of customer support, you notice a significant increase in ticket response time and you need to know what’s causing it. Perhaps you’re the marketi…
POLITICS
'WHAT??' Beto O'Rourke's explanation for why migrants have 'no choice but to come here' is a DOOZY

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twitchy.com - After his performance in the first Democrat debate in Miami earlier this week, Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke’s got no choice but to dial up the rhetoric, and he turned it up to well past eleven with…
POLITICS
Kamala Harris’s lethal precision shows she can prosecute Trump

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www.msn.com - The signature red hat made famous by President Trump has divided Americans on what it represents. ‘I couldn’t be prouder,’ says Sarah Sanders about her time as White House press secretary Sarah Sande…
SCIENCE
Anatomy of a ransomware attack: How attackers gain access to unstructured data - Help Net Security

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www.helpnetsecurity.com - Ransomware isn’t a new phenomenon, but it’s effects are starting to be felt more widely, and more deeply than ever before. Behemoths like Sony, Nissan, FedEx, Kraft Foods and Deutsche Bank have all b…
LEISURE
Loyalty360 Reads: June 28, 2019

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loyalty360.org - Partnerships Rent the Runway, Nordstrom Team up to Boost Convenience, Attract Customers The two brands have partnered make drop-off more convenient for customers and increase foot-traffic in Nordstro…
SCIENCE
AI could change managing of Alzheimer’s disease - MedicalView

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medicalview.org - Worldwide, about 44 million people are living with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) or a related form of dementia. Although 82 percent of seniors in the United States say it’s important to have their thinkin…
SPORTS
Military housing contractor ignored dangerous filth and misled Air Force, investigation shows

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www.cbsnews.com - While U.S. service members risk their lives fighting for our country, many of their families live in dirty and dangerous homes. An investigation by CBS News and Reuters has found one of the military'…
LEISURE
10 Unsettling Teachings Of The Eccentric Aleister Crowley

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listverse.com - Regardless of anyone’s religious or spiritual beliefs, or lack thereof, Aleister Crowley is an incredibly fascinating figure. There’s as much myth and legend surrounding him as there are facts, and s…
BUSINESS
Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate | CRE Show

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commercialrealestateshow.com - The Counselors of Real Estate, an international organization of commercial property professionals from leading real estate, financial, law, valuation and business advisory firms, as well as real prop…
EDUCATION
Trump Appointee Worked for Anti-LGBTQ Group and Tried to Hide It

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www.advocate.com - In July of last year, it was announced that Paul Watkins would be head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Office of Innovation, a new department created by White House Chief of Staff and r…
LEISURE
UITgaan, Recreatie, Vakantie en Beursdagen

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055nu.com - Apeldoorn, een stad met een buitengewone combinatie van natuur, cultuur en stedelijke voorzieningen. Samen met de mooie pittoreske dorpjes op een steenworp afstand laat deze stad je het beste van de …
POLITICS
New list of 1MDB civil forfeiture respondents out in two weeks | Malay Mail

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www.malaymail.com - BANTING, June 27 — A new list of individuals and entities involved in forthcoming civil forfeiture action by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), will be released within two weeks at the …
POLITICS
Ron DeSantis signs Amendment 4 bill, limiting felon voting

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www.tampabay.com - TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law Friday evening a controversial bill limiting how many felons will be able to vote, undercutting much of the promise of last year’s historic Amendment 4.
SCIENCE
VOLLEYBAL – Nieuws

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055nu.com - De volleyballers van Dynamo hebben voor de tiende keer de nationale beker veroverd.In de finale werd Lycurgus met 3-1 geklopt: 21-25,25-17,25-22,25-23. Voor de bij Dynamo teruggekeerde coach Strikwer…
LEISURE
A Complete Guide to The Sound of Music in Salzburg

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heleneinbetween.com - Austria has quickly become one of my favorite things. Walking around the charming town of Salzburg made me feel like I’m sixteen going on seventeen. The little towns nearby will make you want to clim…
SCIENCE
X-FAB introduces highly-sensitive 180nm SPAD and APD devices

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www.embedded-computing.com - X-FAB Silicon Foundries announced the availability of avalanche photodiode (APD) and single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD) products for implementation in scenarios where there are extremely low light …
BUSINESS
GDPR a Year On: Are Small Businesses Meeting Its Requirements?

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www.cpomagazine.com - It’s been over a year since the introduction of the monumental new GDPR (general data protection regulation) laws, marking a huge shift in the way that data is handled by businesses across the EU. It…
LEISURE
No Agenda-The Saturday Memo

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tpsconsulting.blogspot.com - Saturday NA Newsletter Show 1151 Debate Redux Redux Oh Canada! It's Canada Day Dear Producer, In 1776 today, the city of San Francisco was founded. Famous for its bridges, hills and scenic views. It …
TECHNOLOGY
TPS Consulting Daily

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tpsconsulting.blogspot.com - Loyalty360 Reads: June 27, 2019 Shared by Loyalty360 loyalty360.org - Programs StubHub Introduces a Loyalty Program The service “has launched a Beyond loyalty program that gives its biggest customers…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Top Knot Detective finds 2017 absurdity in ‘90s TV’s samurai crossover hits

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arstechnica.com - Sometimes, you simply need an over-the-top mockumentary about an extremely obscure and non-existent bit of pop culture to shine a light on the absurdity of our current entertainment industry. And as …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Review: Jessica Jones S3 is flawed but packs a powerful payoff in the end

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arstechnica.com - Jessica Jones makes its final bow with an imperfect but ultimately powerful and thought-provoking third season. The series finale—canceled before it even started streaming, along with the rest of the…
WORLD
Le premier ministre conclut un Sommet des dirigeants du G20 productif

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pm.gc.ca - Le premier ministre Justin Trudeau a aujourd’hui conclu sa participation au Sommet des dirigeants du G20 à Osaka, au Japon, et salué les conclusions énoncées dans la Déclaration des dirigeants du G20.
EDUCATION
Las 10 zonas metropolitanas donde ICE podría hacer las redadas anunciadas por Trump

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eldiariony.com - El presidente Donald Trump anunció una gran movilización nacional para detener a inmigrantes indocumentados y deportarlos pero, ¿dónde se haría la mayoría de esos operativos? Según The Washington Pos…
POLITICS
The Democratic debates helped demonstrate the dubiousness of online polls

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www.vox.com - If you watched Wednesday and Thursday’s Democrat debates, you perhaps came away thinking Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Julián Castro, and/or Bernie Sanders’s ideas were among the big winners. But …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Best Books for Entrepreneurs And Business Owners

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www.forbes.com - This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you b…
TECHNOLOGY
BMW’s EV concept gets Blade Runner-style sound – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - BMW Vision M NEXT, the electric vehicle concept that had its world debut June 25, won’t be in showrooms anytime soon, if ever. But let’s hope the sound of the vehicle, which was created by famous fil…
BUSINESS
Startups Weekly: What’s next for WeWork? – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Hello and welcome back to Startups Weekly, a weekend newsletter that dives into the week’s noteworthy startups & venture capital news. Before I jump into today’s topic, let’s catch up a bit. Last wee…
TECHNOLOGY
Huawei can buy from US suppliers again — but things will never be the same – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - U.S. President Donald Trump has handed Huawei a lifeline after he said that U.S. companies are permitted to sell goods to the embattled Chinese tech firm following more than a month of uncertainty. I…
POLITICS
Unregulated facial recognition technology presents unique risks for the LGBTQ+ community – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - It seems consumers today are granted ever-dwindling opportunities to consider the safety and civil liberties implications of a new technology before it becomes widely adopted. Facial recognition tech…
SPORTS
As a founder, I mistook my work for self-worth – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - These days, most days are good days. My clients are founder and executives, I set my own schedule, and I live in a city I love. As an executive coach and advisor, I work with founders and CEOs of com…
BUSINESS
The IPO’d learn investing at First Round’s Angel Track – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Startups depend on the angel lifecycle. A few flush post-exit individuals put the first cash into a fresh venture. With some skill and plenty of luck, the early team grows the company into a big succ…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
How a martial arts gym trained me to build an inclusive culture – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Ken is an engineering manager at Airbnb building products that enable entrepreneurs to provide hospitality on the platform. Outside of work he enjoys Muay Thai, Pekiti Tirsia Kali (Filipino sticks & …
BUSINESS
Equity transcribed: SoftBank-backed startup cracks under pressure to scale – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Welcome back to the transcribed edition of the popular podcast Equity. This week, TechCrunch writers Kate Clark and Connie Loizos were joined in the studio by Canvas Ventures’ general partner Rebecca…
LEISURE
A rare glimpse into the sweeping — and potentially troubling — cloud kitchens trend – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Independent restaurant owners may be doomed, and perhaps grocery stores, too. Such is the conclusion of a growing chorus of observers who’ve been closely watching a new and powerful trend gain streng…
WORLD
Prime Minister concludes productive G20 Leaders’ Summit

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pm.gc.ca - The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today concluded his participation at the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Osaka, Japan, and welcomed the conclusions outlined in the G20 Leaders Declaration. At the Summit, …
POLITICS
Judge blocks Trump from using billions in military funds for border wall

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thehill.com - A federal judge on Friday issued a ruling blocking the Trump administration from tapping billions of dollars in military funds to construct a wall on the United States's southern border. U.S. Distric…
TECHNOLOGY
Ajit Pai's Silence on Phone Tracking Abuse Is Further Eroding Faith in His Competence

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gizmodo.com - The Federal Communication Commission’s investigation into the unauthorized sale of Americans’ location data is now in its second year and still, no one outside of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s office knows…
POLITICS
Don't lose sight of the fact Pete Buttigieg just made history

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theweek.com - With more than 20 candidates making a case for why they should be the Democratic nominee for president, it might be tempting to see the whole thing as one big circus. That's certainly been the mood o…
LEISURE
Opinion | Want to Be Less Racist? Move to Hawaii

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www.nytimes.com - And, crucially, the Hawaiians traded and shared among themselves — because to survive, they had to. People from the uplands exchanged sweet potato for fish with people from the coasts. A cultural nor…
SCIENCE
Washington Governor signs bill to allow composting human bodies

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arstechnica.com - This week, Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed a bill to allow the composting of human remains within the state. It is the only state in the US—and possibly the only government in the world—to expl…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
id Software’s origin story set to become USA Network TV series

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arstechnica.com - We've seen our share of video games turned into films and TV series, but what about the real-life origin stories behind those games? USA Network has planted a flag as the first TV network to develop …
TECHNOLOGY
June was a busy month for in-the-wild Mac malware—here’s a rundown

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arstechnica.com - June was a busy month for Mac malware with the active circulation of at least six threats, several of which were able to bypass security protections Apple has built into modern versions of its macOS.…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
With Darkness on the Edge of Town, the Stranger Things expanded universe begins

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arstechnica.com - How many book jackets have the Netflix imprint these days? Probably more than we realize. Back in the summer of 2016, Netflix wasn't Netflix, TV Industry Conquerer™ just yet. Long before Russian Doll…
TECHNOLOGY
Google Pixel 3A hands-on: The only Pixel phone to buy

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arstechnica.com - The back is plastic, with hard, shiny plastic up top and soft-touch plastic below. After the black and white colors is "Purple-ish," which looks just like this in real life. It's basically a differen…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Review: Teenagers must ward off mischievous supernatural beings in Jinn

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arstechnica.com - A high school field trip to the ancient archaeological site of Petra turns tragic, and supernatural creatures are unleashed to prey on the living in Jinn, the first Arabic-language original series fr…
TECHNOLOGY
Wizards Unite is a bloated, slow, Harry Potter-ified Pokémon Go

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arstechnica.com - Here we are, on a quest to collect a bunch of magical detritus. Cool, I got to add a picture of Hagrid to my sticker book. Such treasured memories. There's a pretty good variety of "confoundables" tr…
TECHNOLOGY
I played 11 Assassin’s Creed games in 11 years, and Odyssey made them all worth it

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arstechnica.com - Climbing on rooftops for the 11th time—but I had more fun than ever this time around. The scale of this game is ludicrous, but in this case, it works. I've been a dedicated fan of the Assassin's Cree…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
The end of Stranger Things S2 slays whatever early-season nitpicks existed

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arstechnica.com - If Strangers Things 2 had a traditional TV broadcast schedule, we’d be discussing episode 3 this week. Instead, visions of tweens dancing at arms’ length and more darkness looming over Hawkins will b…
SCIENCE
Taser maker says it won’t use facial recognition in bodycams

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www.wired.com - Axon, creator of the Taser, did something unusual for a technology company last year. The Arizona corporation convened an ethics board of external experts to offer guidance on potential downsides of …
SCIENCE
Debunked: The absurd story about smartphones causing kids to sprout horns

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arstechnica.com - The Washington Post on Thursday published a story suggesting that the use of mobile devices is causing young people to sprout horns from their skulls. But a look at the scientific data behind the sto…
SCIENCE
Pokémon characters have their own pea-sized region in brain, study finds

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arstechnica.com - The first Pokémon game was released in 1996 for the Nintendo Game Boy. Detective Pikachu, the first live-action film inspired by the classic Nintendo game Pokémon, hits theaters on May 10. So it's ti…
TECHNOLOGY
The 2019 Audi A7 might be all the car anyone ever needs

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arstechnica.com - I apologize for the use of Audi's stock images, but it rained a lot during my time with the A7 and none of the pictures I took were good enough to use. Audi calls the A7 shape a Sportback, but generi…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Starz’ Counterpart has been canceled—which is bad, because the show is good

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arstechnica.com - This week, genre TV fans received a bit of bad news. Counterpart, the JK Simmons-led Starz drama combining sci-fi realism with pseudo-Cold War spy thrills, would not be getting a third season. Deadli…
ENVIRONMENT
Científicos descubren que los humanos estamos desarrollando un cuerno en el cráneo

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laopinion.com - El uso excesivo que hacemos de los celulares está derivando en problemas físicos. Para empezar, cada vez se reportan más casos de pérdida visual. Además, ahora la ciencia ha descubierto otro mal much…
EDUCATION
Arrestan a presunto responsable de desaparición y muerte de Mackenzie Lueck en Utah

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laopinion.com - La policía de Salt Lake City (SLCPD) anunció hoy que una persona fue arrestada el viernes 28 de junio, a las 9:20 a.m. como presunto responsable de la desaparición y muerte de Mackenzie Lueck. El jef…
POLITICS
Opinion | The census belongs to the president. He needs to get it back. Here’s how.

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www.washingtonpost.com - Demonstrators gather at the Supreme Court on June 27. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP) By Hugh Hewitt Hugh Hewitt Bio Follow June 29 at 1:32 PM Cheered by the clear victory for the Constitution in this week’…
BUSINESS
6 Surprising Takeaways From Bitcoin’s 2019 Bull Run

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cointelegraph.com - Bitcoin (BTC) rising above $10,000, $11,000 and $12,000 surprised everyone in 2019 - but the takeaways from this year’s surge makes for unbelievable reading. As Cointelegraph reported, this year’s bi…
BUSINESS
Genesis Capital: Institutional Activity in Crypto Up 300% in 12 Months

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cointelegraph.com - Bitcoin (BTC)’s rise to multi-month highs may be attributable to a significant uptick in institutional activity over the past year, according to a report broadcast on CNBC television on June 25. Data…
BUSINESS
Bitcoin Market Dominance Climbs to Over 60% - Highest in Over 2 Years

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cointelegraph.com - Bitcoin’s (BTC) parabolic advance over $12,000 has taken its market dominance above 60% for the first time since April 2017, data from CoinMarketCap confirmed on June 26. Following its rapid apprecia…
LEISURE
Where do you go when you really want to get some work done?

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writingcooperative.com - Besides my own experience, as well as some well reported habits of famous writers, I was curious about others’ thoughts and recommendations. So I surveyed my friends and mailing list subscribers. The…
SCIENCE
HempWorx

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www.hempworx.com - Quick Links Home Products Opportunity Income Disclosure Statement Wholesale FAQ FDA Disclaimer Contact [email protected] 8840 West Russell, Road Suite 245 US: +1 (888) 877-5436 Canada: +1 (705) 995-1…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Top 16 : CSS Border Animation - csshint - A designer hub

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csshint.com - Latest Collection of free HTML CSS Border Animation code examples. <br /> See the Pen <a href='https://codepen.io/realjameal/pen/jPxXGY/'>Animated border tracing</a> by Jameal G<br /> (<a href='https…
LEISURE
stillo noir draws her experiences to create a graphic 'visual journal'

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www.designboom.com - in an effort to record moments from everyday life, stillo noir (also known as tanya heidrich) has created a ‘visual journal’ as a graphic method of documenting daily experiences. the project first be…
SCIENCE
cx landscape introduces ribbons of green life in canberra's new pedestrian bridge

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www.designboom.com - cx landscape’s entry for the ‘remaking lost connections’ competition in australia encompasses ribbons of life that revive a bridge in canberra, australia. their proposal creates a habitable green axi…
LEISURE
20 Freshest Web Designs, June 2019 | Webdesigner Depot

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www.webdesignerdepot.com - Welcome to our monthly roundup of the freshest web designs, released (or rereleased with significant updates) in the last four weeks. This month’s collection is all about being brave. Brave new ways …
LEISURE
The Strange Story of the Black Prince of Canterbury

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www.ancient-origins.net - Visitors can find the tomb of Edward of Woodstock, also known as the Black Prince, in the famous Canterbury cathedral. The 14th Century prince was the eldest son of King Edward III and Philippa of Ha…
SCIENCE
DNA Study Suggests Early Neanderthals Had Europe As Their Homebase

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www.ancient-origins.net - The Neanderthal story began around 430,000 years ago and (mostly) ended with their demise about 40,000 years ago . They left their mark in Europe and central Asia and on the genes of many people toda…
SCIENCE
Desalination Is Booming as Cities Run out of Water

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www.wired.com - This story originally appeared on Yale Environment 360 and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Some 30 miles north of San Diego, along the Pacific Coast, sits the Claude “Bud” Lewis Carlsbad D…
SCIENCE
This Startup Wants To Use A Hypersonic Catapult To Throw Satellites Directly Into Space By 2022

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www.forbes.com - Few details have been released by the company so far. SpinLaunch A secretive startup has been awarded a launch contract for the U.S. military using a rather novel launch system – based on kinetic ene…
TECHNOLOGY
Google Maps Will Now Predict How Crowded Buses And Trains Are

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gizmodo.com - Google Maps may still lead drivers into mud pits in empty fields, but the service is making changes to maps that will hopefully improve the transit commuter experience. The company announced on Thurs…
SCIENCE
The Terrifying Unknowns of an Exotic Invasive Tick

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www.wired.com - Last summer, in a town just outside New York City, a tick bit a man. This ought to sound unexceptional. Ticks are normal on the upper East Coast; after all, tick-transmitted Lyme disease was first id…
SCIENCE
alternative ocean cleanup successful in removing 40 tons of plastic in a month

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www.designboom.com - as the ocean cleanup project redeploys its beta cleanup system in a second attempt to tackle the largest accumulation of ocean plastic in the world, other efforts are proving their success first time…
POLITICS
A fake Joe Biden campaign site is being run secretly by a Trump campaign operative, a new report revealed on Saturday

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www.newsweek.com - A fake Joe Biden campaign website is being run by an operative on President Donald Trump's 2020 re-election campaign, according to a new report Saturday. The New York Times tracked down the owner of …
SCIENCE
Tech Experts Predict 12 Ways 5G Will Transform How Business Is Done

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www.forbes.com - From commercials to political speeches, 5G is definitely in the news. But businesses may not be really clear on 5G’s game-changing nature. To best prepare for the evolution 5G can bring to their oper…
SCIENCE
A New Approach to Treat Mental Illness: Electrical Engineering

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www.wired.com - Brain disorders impact more than 25 percent of Americans, and such disorders are projected to cost more than one trillion dollars annually by 2050. In response, the federal government launched the Br…
TECHNOLOGY
How to Keep Spam Out of Your Google Calendar

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lifehacker.com - Scammers and spammers have been wriggling their way into unsuspecting users’ Google Calendars for years now, but there’s been a swell of headlines on Google Calendar phishing scams over the past few …
SCIENCE
First Giant Bird Found In Europe Lived Alongside Early Humans

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www.ancient-origins.net - Experts in Crimea have found a fossil of a gigantic bird , that lived some 1.6 to 1.8 million years ago. The find demonstrates that giant birds once made their home in Europe and reveals for the firs…
SCIENCE
Deliberate Practice: A Mindful & Methodical Way to Master Any Skill

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www.openculture.com - Each and every day we eat, we sleep, we read, we brush our teeth. So why haven't we all become world-class masters of eating, sleeping, reading, and teeth-brushing? Most of us, if we're honest with o…
SCIENCE
Mysterious Cosmic Radio Burst Detected in a Completely Unexpected Region of Space

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gizmodo.com - For years, astronomers have struggled to understand the source of fast radio bursts, powerful split-second pulses of energy that originate far outside our galaxy. In an astonishing technical feat, as…
SCIENCE
Eggheads have found a positive link between the number of racist tweets and the number of racist hate crimes in US cities

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www.theregister.co.uk - Analysis If you live in a city where people are more likely to make racist remarks on Twitter, there's apparently a high chance that there are increased rates of racially motivated hate crimes, too. …
TECHNOLOGY
SK Telecom develops quantum key switching tech | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - SK Telecom has completed development of a new technology that allows quantum password keys to be switched and routed to different networks, the company announced. They will allow networks to transfer…
SCIENCE
A "Fake News Game" that "vaccinates" players against disinformation

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boingboing.net - Bad News is a free webgame created by two Cambridge psych researchers; in a 15-minute session, it challenges players to learn about and deploy six tactics used in disinformation campaigns ("polarisat…
TECHNOLOGY
Brave defies Google's moves to cripple ad-blocking with new 69x faster Rust engine | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - Brave, the Chromium-based browser developed by Firefox co-founder and JavaScript creator Brendan Eich, thinks there's a better way of handling ad-blockers than Google's approach. Brave's answer, whic…
SCIENCE
US cop body cam maker says it won't ship face-recog tech in its kit? Due to ethics? Did we slip into a parallel universe?

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www.theregister.co.uk - Axon, the largest supplier of body cameras to America's cops, will not add facial-recognition technology to its gear anytime soon, it announced Thursday. Formerly known as Taser, Axon had asked its A…
POLITICS
Jimmy Carter's Trump Derangement Syndrome Is Too Much Even for Jeff Flake

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pjmedia.com - In case you missed it earlier: the worst one-term president in United States history had things to say again. Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) is a real thing, people, and it afflicts all ages. This …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Holocaust Survivor Nominates AOC for 'Nobel Prize in Stupidity'

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pjmedia.com - After igniting another verbal gaffe controversy when she compared border detention areas to concentration camps, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) received a couple of invitations to visit real …
WORLD
NY Times Op-Ed Calls for Doxxing of Border Agents

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pjmedia.com - It would be almost a redefinition of "understatement" to say that political discourse has been in steady decline for the last few years. The collective nervous breakdown that the American Left began …
TECHNOLOGY
SPI 214: How to Master Content Marketing with Neil Patel

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www.smartpassiveincome.com - Neil Patel is back for another awesome episode, and this time he’s sharing content marketing advice every single blogger should hear. Neil is a master at building an audience through valuable, high-q…
LEISURE
Life is great here at the beach: The sand, the surf and the seaside homes of the Lowcountry

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www.postandcourier.com - There have been multiple studies done that suggest the negative ions that are especially abundant around waterfalls, oceans and beaches, contribute to well-being and health. It’s no wonder that the m…
WORLD
Countries May Begin Backfilling U.S. Troops in Syria Within Weeks, Envoy Says

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www.defenseone.com - BRUSSELS — Several member states of the counter-ISIS coalition are expected to announce within weeks that they will backfill U.S. ground troops withdrawing from Syria, in what would be a major develo…
LEISURE
Fall in love with these London wedding venues

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www.ldnfashion.com - London is a city that is full of diversity and has a plethora of different wedding venues that you can choose from. A number of these wedding venues are listed on wedding websites to make it a little…
LEISURE
Best Cannabis Beauty Products

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ldnfashion.com - The use of cannabis for medical conditions is on the rise, and it’s also becoming a more common ingredient in beauty products. Cannabis is known to provide many benefits to the human body and cannabi…
LEISURE
3 Important Steps to Take on the Way to your First Luxury Timepiece

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ART & ENTERTAINMENT
06-29-2019 - [X&Y] What A REAL Relationship Looks Like (How To Beat The Odds)

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archive.aweber.com - My co-host for this episode, Matt Javit, recently spent over two years traveling the world with his wife. Besides engaging in lots of ‘world barbershop adventures‘, as he calls them, he discovered a …
LEISURE
Walmart ban: Texas woman reportedly banned by police for cake theft

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www.usatoday.com - More than six months after a Texas woman was banned from a Walmart by Wichita Falls police for drinking wine from a Pringles can, a second woman was reportedly banned for eating cake. According to Wi…
SPORTS
Meghan and Harry meet stars of Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees

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www.dailymail.co.uk - The Duchess of Sussex shared a hug with her 'cousin' Boston Red Sox's Mookie Betts as she and Prince Harry met players ahead of their game against the New York Yankees in London. As Europe's first ev…
SPORTS
Tens of thousands join gay pride parades around the world

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www.sfgate.com - A performer flies a rainbow flag during the gay pride parade, in Mexico City, Saturday, Jun. 29, 2019. A performer flies a rainbow flag during the gay pride parade, in Mexico City, Saturday, Jun. 29,…
POLITICS
Pride flags hung from Capitol building for 1st time, then quickly removed • Arizona Mirror

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www.azmirror.com - Flags representing LGBTQ communities that were hung from Arizona’s historic Capitol building for the first time ever Friday morning to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots were removed ju…
SPORTS
How Science And Engineering Are Fighting To Save Football

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uproxx.com - Watch a close-up of an elbow contorting as a pitcher spins a curveball. Think about the pounds of pressure at play when a 280-pound center comes down hard with a rebound. Witness someone run into the…
SPORTS
Just Fly Performance Podcast Episode #30: Mike Young - Just Fly Sports Performance

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www.just-fly-sports.com - - Find the best lifts for sprinting vs. jumping - How to peak when it counts, and more! Please allow up to 12 hour to recieve response. Email may be filtered into a spam file according to your email …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Yesterday misunderstands what made the Beatles so popular

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www.vox.com - The film Yesterday has an intriguing premise: What if the Beatles never existed? Unsuccessful, moderately talented singer-songwriter Jack Malik wakes up one day and is the only one who remembers the …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Review: The Music of Marcomé - For the Mind, Body & Soul

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www.evolvingwellness.com - In our society, one can find music that disturbs and one can find music that heals. And with our changing times, increased challenges on both personal and global levels, it is indispensable today to …
LEISURE
12 of Wisconsin’s best county and city parks

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www.jsonline.com - Cave Point County Park is a popular spot for hiking and kayaking on the east side of the Door County peninsula Wisconsin’s state parks system is full of gems to explore, from the bluffs at Devil’s La…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Good Morning!

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www.kwtx.com - Good morning, it’s Wednesday, June 26, the 177th day of 2019. There are 188 days left in the year. We’ll start the day in the lower 70s with clouds and we’re expecting afternoon highs in the upper 80…
LEISURE
Walker's Point Food Truck Park Opens

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shepherdexpress.com - Jesús González, owner of Mazorca Tacos Food Truck, located at the corner of First and Pittsburgh, and Sean Phelan, president of Phelan Development, have partnered to expand on the solid dining scene …
WORLD
This was the week it became accurate to compare Trump to Hitler

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www.rawstory.com - The presidency of Donald Trump has been one horror after another — the endless lying, the coddling and worship of dictators, the rank incompetence and corruption of the people he has chosen to run go…
SCIENCE
Long work hours associated with increased risk of stroke

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www.sciencedaily.com - Researchers reviewed data from CONSTANCES, a French population-based study group started in 2012, for information on age (18-69), sex, smoking and work hours derived from questionnaires from 143,592 …
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The competition drove George crazy - Natural Born Coaches

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www.naturalborncoaches.com - In my opinion, one of the most interesting people to ever own a major league baseball team was George Steinbrenner. When I say “interesting”, I don’t mean a good owner – actually, he did a lot of dam…
SCIENCE
People's motivations bias how they gather information: A person will gather less data before reaching a conclusion they wished was true all along

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www.sciencedaily.com - Previous studies had already provided some clues that people gather less information before reaching desirable beliefs. For example, people are more likely to seek a second medical opinion when the f…
SCIENCE
Scientists find thirdhand smoke affects cells in humans

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www.sciencedaily.com - "Our data show that cells in humans are affected by thirdhand smoke," said Prue Talbot, a professor in the Department of Molecular, Cell and Systems Biology, who led the research. "The health effects…
BUSINESS
The Peculiar Blindness of Experts

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www.theatlantic.com - One subgroup of scholars, however, did manage to see more of what was coming. Unlike Ehrlich and Simon, they were not vested in a single discipline. They took from each argument and integrated appare…
TECHNOLOGY
BBC building 'public service algorithm'

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www.bbc.com - The BBC wants to "pop your bubble" with unexpected and challenging content on its streaming service, BBC Sounds. The broadcaster is developing a "public service algorithm" that's "built to surprise y…
ENVIRONMENT
Trump: US-China Trade Talks Are ‘Back On Track’ After G20 Meeting

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dailycaller.com - The U.S. and China fulfilled expectations that the countries would agree to resume trade talks after President Donald Trump met with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, on Sa…
POLITICS
Democrats Move Further Left On Gun-Grabbing In 2020 Debate

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thefederalist.com - Democratic candidates collectively came out for more gun control in the first debates of the 2020 election cycle, seemingly trying to one-up each other with stricter gun-grabbing policy proposals. Th…
ENVIRONMENT
Black rhino dies on way to release in wild

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www.bbc.com - A black rhino died while being flown from a nature reserve in Kent to Tanzania, where he was due to be released into the wild. The 17-year-old male, called Zambezi, was being transported from Port Ly…
TECHNOLOGY
Google needs to pull itself together

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www.computerworld.com - Google. You either love it, hate it or, most likely, love to hate it. It sounds strange to say this about a massively profitable and venerable Silicon Valley giant, but Google’s really got a lot of p…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Dave Lawrence

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www.hawaiipublicradio.org - Dave Lawrence has been on the radio for over 25 years. He’s hosted All Things Considered on Hawaii Public Radio since 2009, and has hosted afternoon radio in the islands since 2002. Previously he was…
SCIENCE
Always Stressed? Why Cortisol-Conscious Workouts Are Your Healthiest Bet

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www.mindbodygreen.com - Studies show that high-intensity exercise like CrossFit or running causes a temporary rise in cortisol levels. For some people, this doesn't cause a problem. Cortisol levels begin returning to normal…
WORLD
Jerusalem's Tomb of the Kings to reopen to public

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artdaily.com - JERUSALEM (AFP).- The Tomb of the Kings, a 2,000-year-old archaeological gem in the heart of Jerusalem owned by France, is to reopen to the public for the first time since 2010, the French consulate …
LEISURE
The three things a derm *always* does to her skin take less than five minutes

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www.wellandgood.com - The idea that your skin-care regimen has to take up a lot of your time is a myth. As we recently learned, the 10-step Korean beauty routine isn’t *actually* supposed to have 10 steps (whoops!), and t…
LEISURE
This five-minute, spa-worthy hair treatment tamed my frizz better than any product ever has

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www.wellandgood.com - This time of year, frizz is my sworn enemy number one. It is the Joker to my Batman, the Heidi Montag to my Lauren Conrad, the Kristin Cavallari to my Lauren Conrad, the Spencer Pratt to my… anyway, …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
The Guggenheim’s Collection, as Seen by Six Art Stars

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www.nytimes.com - Known for his own sardonic borrowing of images, the painter and photographer Richard Prince assembles a kind of riddle. His section, “Four Paintings Looking Right,” echoes the titles of his early pho…
SCIENCE
7 Science-Backed Things You Can Do To Reduce Your Risk Of Breast Cancer

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www.mindbodygreen.com - If you're trying to avoid breast cancer, it's time to take a deep dive into your household cleaning products, cosmetics, and makeup. Do you see ingredients like phthalates, parabens, and chemicals wi…
BUSINESS
Markets Update: Crypto Prices Surge After Last Week's Pullback - Bitcoin News

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news.bitcoin.com - Digital currency markets have regained some of the losses they endured last week, with the entire cryptoconomy now valued at $275 billion this Saturday. Most cryptocurrencies are up in value between …
SCIENCE
The Surprising Benefits Of Barely Exercising (But Still Exercising)

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www.mindbodygreen.com - Think of all the times you forget things during the day. Where are the keys? What time do you need to pick up the kids, or when does hot yoga class start? New research suggests there's an exceedingly…
LEISURE
Beat-based workouts have moved beyond the spin studio—and we're here for it

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www.wellandgood.com - Beat-based workouts aren’t anything new. Any time you go to SoulCycle or 305 Fitness, you’re grooving along to the music, whether you’re doing tap-backs on the bike or twerking under flashing disco l…
SCIENCE
Curious About LED Therapy For Skin? Read This First

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www.mindbodygreen.com - LED therapy has the ability to create a biological change in the skin through targeted wavelengths. Our skin has receptors that can be manipulated when exposed to heat, chemicals, and vibrations—and …
LEISURE
How to do a full face of photo-ready clean makeup in 15 minutes

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www.wellandgood.com - Stop me if this sounds familiar: You’re scrolling through Instagram, pause on a photo of a beauty blogger’s perfectly highlighted/contoured/cat-eyed face, and think, “I wish I could get my makeup to …
LEISURE
This Ayurvedic Ingredient Is About To Go Extinct — Here's Why

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www.mindbodygreen.com - Sandalwood is in trouble. Multiple varieties of the tree have been over-harvested: According to the IUCN, red sandalwood is considered "Near threatened," Indian and Lanai sandalwood are in even worse…
SCIENCE
What Everyone Gets Wrong About How Protein Affects Blood Sugar Balance

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www.mindbodygreen.com - There are many reasons people go plant-based. Whether you are doing it for health reasons, to better the environment, or both, not eating any type of animal products or limiting them is a huge lifest…
LEISURE
What's the deal with DEET? (And why you might want to avoid it)

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www.wellandgood.com - Summer is synonymous with backyard barbecues, wine nights on the patio, and yoga in the park. Want to know how to instantly kill the vibe in any of those scenarios? Mosquitos (literal buzzkill, am I …
LEISURE
The 10 Best Fitness Classes From LA to NYC In 2019

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thechalkboardmag.com - The fitness world as it appears on social media seems to be filled with perfectly lit gym selfies and HIIT training as modeled by, well, models. In reality, the fitness world is booming with innovati…
LEISURE
Bethany C. Meyers On The Evolution Of Words In The Wellness World

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www.mindbodygreen.com - My goal has been to take a different approach to fitness. The wellness space I think has really started to transition into more inclusive conversations, less diet culture, really evaluating how you f…
LEISURE
Can A Day of Extreme Self-Care Really Reset Your Mood & Nervous System?

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www.mindbodygreen.com - Let me just preface this by saying that it was Saturday, this was for work, and I also went to the wrong Wing location by accident—meaning I got there more than an hour late and was not feeling parti…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Camila Mendes Reflects on the Moment She First Spoke About Her Eating Disorder: "This Is It"

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www.popsugar.com - Camila Mendes really just wanted to be an actor. When her big break came in the form of landing the role of Veronica Lodge in the now hit series Riverdale, however, things changed. The 24-year-old de…
SCIENCE
New work by Jacqueline Humphries on view at Dia's Dan Flavin Art Institute

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artdaily.com - BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY.- This month Dia Art Foundation presents an exhibition of new work by Jacqueline Humphries at the Dan Flavin Art Institute in Bridgehampton, New York. On long-term view from June 22…
SPORTS
Don't Let Your Kids Become Addicted To Video Games

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toys.internetinfomedia.com - Adults and children alike like video games. They help us relieve our frustration from a long day at work. We wish to play them and have the most fun possible. How should we try to accomplish this? Yo…
TECHNOLOGY
How To Start Affiliate Marketing for FREE! (Start Today!) [2019]

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Easily Learn The Ins And Outs Of Guitar Playing

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LEISURE
Watermelon Hydrates, Detoxifies And Cleanses The Entire Body On A Cellular Level

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Advice On How Fitness Will Make Its Way To The Top Of Your Priority List

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BUSINESS
How To Make Use Of The New Gold Trends

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Pregnancy: Everything You Need To Know For Your New Baby

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Shoes Can Be Something You Love For Years

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LEISURE
Learn To Lose Weight In An Effective Way! | African Mango Plus Reviews – Does It Work?

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Maximize Your Profits Using Facebook Marketing Strategies

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duracmarketing.com - A great marketing campaign can make a business highly profitable, and there’s no better place to market than Facebook. This site is a great way to promote your business and products quickly and succe…
BUSINESS
Personal Finance Tips And Tricks Anyone Can Use

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durac.org - Are you searching for answers when trying to manage your financial affairs? There are others out there that feel the same boat.Many folks feel despair over finances because they were never taught how…
TECHNOLOGY
Gamification Analysis of Audible: Octalysis Level II

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yukaichou.com - In my last post, I commentated on why Scribd survived while Oyster was shut down. This week, I’ll examine a Scribd competitor: Audible. I’ll be sharing my experience with the audiobook subscription t…
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Rid Your Skin Of Blackheads, Whiteheads, Pimples, Cysts And Nodules With These Vital Tips

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OmniVision Expands Nyxel NIR and ULL Sensor Resolution to 4 MP

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www.embedded-computing.com - OmniVision Technologies released the OS04A10, a 2.9-micron pixel image sensor with 4-megapixel (MP) resolution, adding to the Nyxel family of near-infrared (NIR) and ultra-low light (ULL) sensors. “I…
LEISURE
Better Results In The Kitchen: Fast Cooking Tips

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What You Must Know About Vitamins And Minerals

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Mobile Marketing: Tips And Tricks For Beginners

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LEISURE
Easy Ways You Can Improve Your Nutrition

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4 Experience Phases in Gamification (#4): The Endgame

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yukaichou.com - The Endgame is the 4th and final experience phase of Octalysis Gamification. The Endgame is all about how you retain your veterans and obtain more longevity in your experience. This is the phase wher…
BUSINESS
Learn About MLM With These Easy Tips | Education, Training and Internet-Products

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Have Questions About Gold? Get Your Answers Here

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Weight Loss: Advice From The Professionals

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Muscle Development Tips For Athletes With Disabilities

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SPORTS
Look Below For A Excellent Tips About Baseball

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BUSINESS
Universal Display Co. (NASDAQ:OLED) Shares Sold by Metropolitan Life Insurance Co NY

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mayfieldrecorder.com - Metropolitan Life Insurance Co NY trimmed its stake in shares of Universal Display Co. (NASDAQ:OLED) by 0.5% in the first quarter, according to the company in its most recent 13F filing with the Secu…
SCIENCE
This cool artificial reef was just deployed in Sydney Harbor

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www.impactlab.net - Earth’s oceans have seen better days. They’re inundated with plastic waste, both whole single-use plastics and tons of plastic microparticles that find their way back into our food and drinking water…
SCIENCE
Artificial intelligence sees construction site accidents before they happen

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www.impactlab.net - Construction companies are developing an AI system that predicts worksite injuries—an example of the growing use of workplace surveillance. A construction site is a dangerous place to work, with a fa…
BUSINESS
Universal Display Co. (NASDAQ:OLED) Receives Consensus Recommendation of “Buy” from Brokerages

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techknowbits.com - Universal Display Co. (NASDAQ:OLED) has been given an average recommendation of “Buy” by the fourteen research firms that are currently covering the company, MarketBeat reports. Four research analyst…
TECHNOLOGY
How Hyperledger is helping companies as they move towards the ‘enterprise blockchain spring’ - The Block

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www.blockchaintechnology-news.com - While the optimists are saying we’re getting out of a cryptocurrency winter, the past few months have certainly seen an enterprise blockchain spring. That’s the verdict of Brian Behlendorf, executive…
SCIENCE
How childhood viral infections may later drive multiple sclerosis

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www.medicalnewstoday.com - Recent research has shown that multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common neurological autoimmune condition among young adults worldwide, with 2,221,188 prevalent cases of MS in 2016 alone. This cond…
HEALTH
Gay women 'at risk of cervical cancer too'

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www.bbc.co.uk - The "dangerous myth" that gay and bisexual women cannot get cervical cancer means thousands could be missing out on screening, NHS England says. Any sexual activity can pass on the HPV virus, which c…
SCIENCE
Adobe’s prototype AI tool automatically spots Photoshopped faces

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www.impactlab.net - An example of a manipulated photo, the defects spotted by the algorithm, and the original image. Credit: Adobe Though it’s just a research project for the moment. The world is becoming increasingly a…
BUSINESS
Subway Got Too Big. Franchisees Paid a Price.

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www.nytimes.com - In 2016, he convened a franchisee meeting in a Sacramento warehouse. He told everyone that Subway wanted to improve its strongest restaurants and shut down the weaker ones, according to Nikku Aulakh,…
SCIENCE
This Lab-grown patch could repair your heart after a heart attack

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www.impactlab.net - Patches could help repair damaged hearts. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US for both men and women. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 735,00 Americans h…
LEISURE
What’s in a Name? Plenty.

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zora.medium.com - Chakrabarti is a surname exclusive to Bengalis, meaning “Ruler of the country” or “Emperor.” The surname is used by the Brahmins in the Indian states of West Bengal. The Sanskrit čakravartī literally…
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Exploring Melbourne and St Kilda - Travel Explored

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www.travelexplored.com - Today would be the last day with my friend while we were both in Melbourne. As such I wanted to get the morning off to a good start so that we could maximise the day. The plan for the day was to take…
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Twitter goes nuts over Kristen Stewart in the new trailer for Charlie’s Angels

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womenintheworld.com - The first trailer for the film Charlie’s Angels hit the Internet this week, with Twitter erupting in applause for star Kristen Stewart. Stewart joins Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska as a trio of badass…
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NASA will fly a billion-dollar quadcopter to Titan, Saturn’s methane-rich moon

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www.sciencemag.org - The siren call of Titan could not be ignored. NASA’s next billion-dollar mission, called Dragonfly, will be an innovative quadcopter to explore Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, the agency announced toda…
BUSINESS
Billions to Trillions: Crypto Assets and the Inevitability of Digitization - CoinDesk

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www.coindesk.com - Ami Ben David is founder and CEO of institutional digital securities blockchain Ownera, co-founder of SPiCE VC, previously co-founder of Securitize and investor in security token companies. The follo…
LEISURE
Burger King Teaches You How to Do Cause Marketing Wrong

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contentmarketinginstitute.com - We are in the era of the “silence, brand” meme. And rightfully so. This shoddy-looking, brand-mocking meme gained traction as more brands launched cause marketing campaigns on social media around top…
SCIENCE
World’s first AI universe simulator knows things it shouldn’t

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futurism.com - Since we can’t travel billions of years back in time — not yet, anyways — one of the best ways to understand how our universe evolved is to create computer simulations of the process using what we do…
LEISURE
Cruise Days–Puerto Vallarta, Huatulco, and Puerto Chiapas, Mexico - Travel Explored

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www.travelexplored.com - Welcome to the first post in a series of four posts which will look at the ports of call for the 28-day Panama Canal cruise which I was onboard earlier this year. In this post, I will cover the first…
LEISURE
How to Start Writing Your Book - In Pursuit of Fabulous

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www.lainaturner.com - There are a lot of people who want to write a book. I hear it all the time when I’m in random social situations where the main question is what do you do for a living. When I say I write fiction prob…
LEISURE
Returning the sea to the people of Beirut: The dream of some urban planners - Agathe Bailleul

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www.lecommercedulevant.com - Returning the coast and the sea to the people of Beirut. This is the project that Beirut Madinati and the Issam Fares Institute of the American University of Beirut (AUB) have taken up. Together, the…
TECHNOLOGY
20 Professional Skills You Can Learn for $30 or Less

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www.entrepreneur.com - Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you'll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from o…
HEALTH
The Cannabis Industry Must Keep Alive the Legacy of LGBT Activists

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www.greenentrepreneur.com - The cannabis legalization and LGBTQ+ movements have historically been linked together in their fight to end stigma and attain legal recognition and acceptance. In fact, the fight for legal cannabis o…
BUSINESS
Tax Season May Be Over, but You Can Make These 4 Moves to Lower Your 2019 Taxes -- The Motley Fool

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www.fool.com - Now that summer is kicking into gear, many of us are more focused on barbecues and beach days than potentially tedious matters like taxes. And with your next return not due until April 2020, you may …
TECHNOLOGY
Building Your Business Brand One Step at a Time | Extraordinary Business | Aepiphanni Business Consulting

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aepiphanni.com - Every business needs to establish a strong emotional link with its customers. The best way to do this is to create a business brand that conveys those qualities that you want your product or service …
TECHNOLOGY
An AI app that “undressed” women shows how deepfakes harm the most vulnerable

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www.technologyreview.com - The attention around deepfakes and synthetic media has grown in recent months. But while the conversation has primarily focused on its potential impact on politics, several experts in human rights an…
TECHNOLOGY
Amazon Is Watching

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onezero.medium.com - AWS’ most controversial service is Rekognition, a platform that uses machine learning to analyze images and video footage. Among other features, Rekognition offers the ability to match faces found in…
POLITICS
Florida governor signs bill making it harder for felons to regain voting rights

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www.washingtonpost.com - By Lori Rozsa June 28 at 10:30 PM The historic effort to allow more than a million felons in Florida to vote hit a roadblock Friday when Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) signed a bill limiting which can registe…
EDUCATION
After decades of pushing bachelor’s degrees, U.S. needs more tradespeople

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www.pbs.org - This has had the unintended consequence of helping flatten out or steadily erode the share of students taking vocational courses. In California’s community colleges, for instance, it’s dropped to 28 …
WORLD
How Brexit party won Euro elections on social media – simple, negative messages to older voters

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www.theguardian.com - The Brexit party used simple messaging, an active social media presence and a “overwhelmingly negative” attack to win the online battle before the European elections, according to a new analysis of t…

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