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Loyalty360 Reads: June 19, 2019

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loyalty360.org - Programs Inheriting Flyer Miles It’s an unpleasant subject but a poignant one: what happens to a person’s frequent-flyer miles when he or she passes away? “At many airlines, frequent-flier miles vani…
SCIENCE
How to Section Your HTML | CSS-Tricks

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css-tricks.com - The sectioning elements in HTML5 are


SCIENCE
Thunder from the Cloud: 40,000 Cores Running in Concert on AWS

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medium.com - Back in 1998, one year after winning his second Gordon Bell prize in high-performance computing, Mike Warren and his colleagues at Los Alamos National Lab assembled the first Linux cluster to appear …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Thousands of Christians Demand That Netflix Cancel a Show It Does Not Air

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www.vanityfair.com - Some mistakes are simply too beautiful to have happened by accident—too comical to be explained by anything other than divine intervention. See, for instance, a recent petition from a Christian group…
SCIENCE
psychedelic colors adorn buzao’s stainless steel furniture collection

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www.designboom.com - for their latest work, chinese studio buzao has explored the process of electroplating to create a series of psychedelically-colored metal furniture. entitled ‘hot’, the collection uses electroplated…
POLITICS
Trump announces nomination of Kelly Knight Craft to be ambassador to United Nations

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www.washingtonpost.com - By Philip Rucker and Philip Rucker White House Bureau Chief Email Bio Follow Anne Gearan Anne Gearan White House reporter Email Bio Follow February 22 President Trump announced Friday evening that he…
ENVIRONMENT
Sadiq Khan announces car-free day in London to tackle air pollution

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www.theguardian.com - Sadiq Khan has announced plans to implement London’s biggest car-free day to date, closing 12.3 miles (20km) of roads in the centre of the capital in September. Roads will be closed for the event aro…
POLITICS
Biden: We Should Start a 'Physical Revolution' to Deal With Republicans

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trendingpolitics.com - The comments were made on MSNBC with Joy Reid after the host questioned the former Vice President on how he will confront republicans. "How would you get past either a majority Republican Senate in w…
POLITICS
Opinion | Paul Manafort’s transfer from Rikers Island shows how corrupt the DOJ really is

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www.washingtonpost.com - Paul Manafort leaves the federal courthouse in Washington in 2017. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post) By Harry Litman Harry Litman Contributing columnist focused on legal issues Bio Follow Contributi…
WORLD
Northern Ireland Brexit impact 'mapping exercise' finally released

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www.theguardian.com - A previously confidential government study detailing 142 areas of life in Northern Ireland that will be impacted by Brexit has been published, revealing risks to everything from cooperation on congen…
POLITICS
Two Far-Reaching Court Decisions Loom – And Liberals Will Not Be Happy

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dailycaller.com - As they do every June, eyes are turning toward Washington ⁠— and rightfully so. During this month every summer, the Supreme Court unveils its major decisions week after week, usually saving the most …
WORLD
Dalai Lama paid $1 MILLION to endorse women-branding 'sex cult'

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www.dailymail.co.uk - The Dalai Lama was paid $1 million to travel to America to endorse a controversial 'sex cult' that brainwashes and brands women, DailyMail.com can reveal. The religious leader was paid to speak at an…
SCIENCE
Study Shows Drastic Increase in Suicide Rates Among America's Teens and Young Adults

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www.complex.com - A research paper published this week in the JAMA medical journal shows an increase in the suicide rate among young people, with particular attention being paid to the fact that the rate among those a…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Big Tech Targets Sara Carter, Other Conservative Journalists | Todd Starnes

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www.toddstarnes.com - The 2020 election is more than a year away, but Big Tech is already at work to silence conservative voices. Fox News contributor Sara Carter is among those being ‘shadow banned’ on Twitter. She’s als…
BUSINESS
Bitcoin ATMs Go Live at 20 Circle K Convenience Stores - CoinDesk

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www.coindesk.com - DigitalMint, a Chicago-based over-the-counter cryptocurrency trading platform, has installed bitcoin kiosks at 20 Circle K convenience stores as part of a pilot program across Arizona and Nevada. Thi…
SCIENCE
Facial-recognition technology may help detect pain in patients with severe dementia

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beta.theglobeandmail.com - Pain is often poorly treated among individuals with severe dementia who have trouble communicating their discomfort. A Canadian research team is aiming to tackle this problem with the use of facial-r…
STORIES
Lawsuit accuses Scientology, David Miscavige of child abuse, human trafficking, libel.

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www.tampabay.com - A team of eight victims' rights attorneys on Tuesday filed the first of what they promise will be a series of lawsuits against the Church of Scientology and its leader, David Miscavige, on behalf of …
TECHNOLOGY
Okanagan Connector painted white with unseasonable June ‘thundersnow’

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globalnews.ca - A cold front blanketed parts of the Okanagan Connector with snow, early Wednesday morning. Drivers headed in and out of the Okanagan are being warned of some unseasonable weather conditions as snow i…
TECHNOLOGY
The State of Customer Loyalty in Retail

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loyalty360.org - On the second day of the 2019 Loyalty Expo, attendees witnessed a session titled “The State of Customer Loyalty in Retail.” The session, moderated by Rodman Likes, Vice President of Sales for Formati…
SCIENCE
Serverless app to speed up all your Lambda functions | Lumigo

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lumigo.io - A while back, I wrote about how you can shave latency off every AWS SDK operation by enabling HTTP keep-alive, like this: It had the desired effect and I saw lots of people apply this technique in th…
LEISURE
How to Deal with Hiking Blisters - First Aid on the Move

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readylifestyle.com - Getting hiking blisters is very common, but how you deal with them can make or break the rest of your trip. While many people think that blisters are simply an annoyance that can be ignored until you…
TECHNOLOGY
ViewSonic Elite XG240R 144 Hz Gaming Monitor Review: Speed and Versatility

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www.tomshardware.com - We’re always on the lookout for value in the gaming monitor genre. Bargains are hard to find when you load on features like adaptive sync (like AMD FreeSync or Nvidia G-Sync) and high refresh rates. …
WORLD
Feds Tell 9th Circuit: Detained Kids 'Safe and Sanitary' Without Soap

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www.courthousenews.com - SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – The Trump administration argued in front of a Ninth Circuit panel Tuesday that the government is not required to give soap or toothbrushes to children apprehended at the U.S.-Mex…
BUSINESS
SEC.gov | KPMG Paying $50 Million Penalty for Illicit Use of PCAOB Data and Cheating on Training Exams

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www.sec.gov - The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged KPMG LLP with altering past audit work after receiving stolen information about inspections of the firm that would be conducted by the Public Comp…
HEALTH
How Kamala Harris would prevent the spread of HIV

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www.politico.com - Sen. Kamala Harris’ office estimates that just 7 percent of the 1 million Americans who could benefit from a HIV preventative drug have a prescription. | Scott Olson/Getty Images Democratic Candidate…
TECHNOLOGY
Hackers, farmers, and doctors unite! Support for Right to Repair laws slowly grows

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arstechnica.com - Kelsea Weber is apologetic for being hard to get ahold of. “We were all busy tearing down the iPhone XS,” she says. A few minutes’ conversation with Kelsea is enough to convince you that she would be…
WORLD
Statement by the Prime Minister on World Refugee Day

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pm.gc.ca - The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on World Refugee Day: “Today, on World Refugee Day, we stand with people around the world who have been forced to flee their h…
ENVIRONMENT
India's sixth largest city 'runs out of water'

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www.bbc.com - The southern Indian city of Chennai (formerly Madras) is in crisis after its four main water reservoirs ran completely dry. The acute water shortage has forced the city to scramble for urgent solutio…
SCIENCE
What health care can learn from a robotic delivery service

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www.kevinmd.com - Several weeks ago, as I was walking through the halls of our hospital, out from an intersecting hallway drove a robotic delivery cart. Unmanned and adorned with sensors so it could tell where it was …
TECHNOLOGY
6 Keys to Choosing Between WiFi or a Hub for Connecting Your Devices

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restechtoday.com - If you want to make your home smarter, the first step is to choose a platform for connecting your smart devices. The choices are simple, but the decision may not be. The simplest and least expensive …
WORLD
Senators get classified briefing on UFO sightings

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www.politico.com - “If naval pilots are running into unexplained interference in the air, that’s a safety concern Senator Warner believes we need to get to the bottom of,” Sen. Mark Warner's spokesperson said. | Mark W…
SCIENCE
The trick to saving human factory jobs might be teaming up with the machines

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arstechnica.com - The Matrix. Skynet. Roy Batty. Anyone who has watched a science-fiction movie has seen a scenario where factions of humans and machines find themselves locked in mortal combat. Here in 2019, though, …
SCIENCE
One legacy of Carl Sagan may take flight next week—a working solar sail

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arstechnica.com - As early as next Monday night, a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will launch a cluster of 24 satellites for the US Air Force. Known as the Space Test Program-2 mission, the rocket will deposit its payload…
TECHNOLOGY
Asking the right questions in an omni-channel retail world - New Look searches for the right answers

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diginomica.com - New Look has been a fixture of the retail landscape for half a century. Founded in 1969 a single store in Taunton, the fashion brand now has 519 across its fleet. The firm also has a strong online pr…
TECHNOLOGY
Oneupweb | Mary Meeker's 2019 Internet Trends - 8 Takeaways

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www.oneupweb.com - We read the entire 333-slide presentation that Mary Meeker released last week on 2019’s internet trends, so you don’t have to. Here are the eight key takeaways you need to know: The Short of It: Glob…
SCIENCE
Researchers create first mind-controlled robot arm that works well without surgery – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Carnegie Mellon researchers working with peers from the University of Minnesota have made a big breakthrough in brain-computer interface (BCI) and robotic technology: They’ve developed a way for a pe…
TECHNOLOGY
Microsoft Announces New Education Tools and Resources - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - Ahead of ISTE 2019 next week, Microsoft has announced several new education tools and features today. “Diversity is the new norm in today’s classrooms,” a new Microsoft Education post explains. “By c…
SCIENCE
Review your website performance because every second matters - Search Engine Land

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searchengineland.com - A few years ago, Amazon reported that for every 100-millisecond increase in the speed of their website, they noticed an increase in revenue by one percent. This was followed by Google’s announcement …
TECHNOLOGY
Wi-Fi to connect 20 billion devices from 2019-2024

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futureiot.tech - ABI Research forecasts more than 20 billion Wi-Fi devices are forecasted to ship between 2019 and 2024. The analysts says the technology is not showing signs of slowing, despite 20 years of evolution.
SCIENCE
Crispr Gene Editing Is Coming for the Womb

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www.wired.com - William Peranteau is the guy parents call when they’ve received the kind of bad news that sinks stomachs and wrenches hearts. Sometimes it’s a shadow on an ultrasound or a few base pairs out of place…
BUSINESS
Bitcoin mining is shockingly mostly powered by green energy

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www.impactlab.net - A game-changing CoinShares report reveals that three-quarters of bitcoin mining is done using renewable energy including hydroelectric power. By CCN: Contrary to popular opinion, it appears that Bitc…
WORLD
D√©claration du premier ministre √† l’occasion de la Journ√©e mondiale des r√©fugi√©s

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pm.gc.ca - Le premier ministre Justin Trudeau a fait aujourd'hui la d√©claration suivante √† l’occasion de la Journ√©e mondiale des r√©fugi√©s : « Aujourd'hui, √† l’occasion de la Journ√©e mondiale des r√©fugi√©s, nous …
TECHNOLOGY
Behavioural advertising is out of control, warns UK watchdog – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The online behavioural advertising industry is illegally profiling internet users. That’s the damning assessment of the U.K.’s data protection regulator in an update report published today, in which …
SCIENCE
Horns are growing on young people’s skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests.

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www.washingtonpost.com - Researchers at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, have documented the prevalence of bone spurs at the back of the skull among young adults. (Scientific Reports) By Isaac S…
TECHNOLOGY
First space, then auto—now Elon Musk quietly tinkers with education

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arstechnica.com - In a corner of SpaceX’s headquarters in Hawthorne, California, a small, secretive group called Ad Astra is hard at work. These are not the company’s usual rocket scientists. At the direction of Elon …
SCIENCE
Digging into the new features in OpenZFS post-Linux migration

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arstechnica.com - ZFS on Linux 0.8 (ZoL) brought tons of new features and performance improvements when it was released on May 23. They came after Delphix announced that it was migrating its own product to Linux back …
TECHNOLOGY
Nation-sponsored hackers likely carried out hostile takeover of rival group’s servers

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arstechnica.com - If nation-sponsored hacking was baseball, the Russian-speaking group called Turla would not just be a Major League team—it would be a perennial playoff contender. Researchers from multiple security f…
TECHNOLOGY
Firefox zero-day was used in attack against Coinbase employees, not its users | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - A recent Firefox zero-day that has made headlines across the tech news world this week was actually used in attacks against Coinbase employees, and not the company's users, ZDNet has learned. Further…
TECHNOLOGY
Interview: Baldur’s Gate 3’s creators talk D&D, turn-based RPGs, and dreams coming true

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arstechnica.com - LOS ANGELES—Divinity: Original Sin developer Larian Studios and Dungeons & Dragons publisher Wizards of the Coast didn't show any gameplay from the newly announced Baldur's Gate 3 at E3 in Los Angele…
SCIENCE
How to Build an Animated CSS Thermometer Chart

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webdesign.tutsplus.com - So far in our series of CSS chart tutorials I’ve shown you how to build a column chart, a bar chart, and a semi-circle donut chart. In this tutorial I’ll cover the process of creating a pure CSS anim…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
This painting at the Met is hidden to remind us of what refugees have done for us

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www.fastcompany.com - The nonprofit International Rescue Committee wants people to envision what the world would lose without the talent and creativity of the world’s growing population of refugees. So they’ve worked with…
SCIENCE
Revelations From √áatalh√∂y√ľk: A 9,000-year-old Community With Modern Urban Problems

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www.ancient-origins.net - Some 9,000 years ago, residents of one of the world's first large farming communities were also among the first humans to experience some of the perils of modern urban living. Scientists studying the…
SCIENCE
How We Improved Visual Storytelling with Templates that You Can Use, Too

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source.opennews.org - The Financial Times covers news, and quite a lot of it. We publish around 150 articles every day on topics ranging from news about leveraged loans to the coronation of Japan’s emperor Naruhito. The w…
TECHNOLOGY
California has let two Chinese startups offer robotaxis to the public – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - China’s driverless cars are coming for passengers in the United States. AutoX and Pony.ai just became the first Chinese companies allowed to offer self-driving robotaxis in the state of California, a…
SCIENCE
Marine Archaeologists Drain Sea To Investigate Underwater Building At Salamis Ruins

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www.ancient-origins.net - The Greek Ministry of Culture has announced a major discovery by marine archaeologists off the island of Salamis. It has been revealed that divers and researchers have found a monumental structure or…
LEISURE
It's a golden ticket! Classic Wonka prop up for auction

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news.sky.com - One of the golden tickets from the film Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory is set to fetch thousands of pounds at auction. Rather than have to unwrap dozens of chocolate bars in the hope of finding …
BUSINESS
MAX.ng raises $7M round backed by Yamaha and pilots EVs in Nigeria – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Nigerian motorcycle transit startup MAX.ng has raised a $7 million funding round led by Novastar Ventures, with participation from Japanese manufacturer Yamaha. Based in Lagos, the company’s app-base…
TECHNOLOGY
TPS Consulting Daily

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tpsconsulting.blogspot.com - Loyalty360 Reads: June 18, 2019 Shared by Loyalty360 loyalty360.org - Programs Hyatt Makes Loyalty Moves Hyatt is making several acquisitions to enhance and expand its loyalty offerings. “Separately,…
TECHNOLOGY
Are Design Conferences Dead? | Webdesigner Depot

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www.webdesignerdepot.com - Globally, design conferences are in crisis. With even established and successful events wrapping for the final time, have we reached the end for the design conference as we know it? Hubspot estimates…
BUSINESS
Bitcoin Surpasses One Million Daily Active Addresses

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cointelegraph.com - Bitcoin (BTC) surpassed one million daily active addresses on June 14, according to blockchain statistics website CoinMetrics. Twitter user Kevin Rooke pointed out the current number of daily active …
SCIENCE
The story of how NASA created the first worldwide high-speed data network—in 1968

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www.fastcompany.com - This is the 20th in an exclusive series of 50 articles, one published each day until July 20, exploring the 50th anniversary of the first-ever Moon landing. You can check out 50 Days to the Moon here…
WORLD
Iran shot down a US drone and said it's 'ready for war' — but whether it had any right to rests on a murky technical distinction

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www.businessinsider.com - Iran's Revolutionary Guard said on Thursday morning it shot down a US Navy drone, to make clear its position that "we are ready for war." However, Iran and the US sharply differ over whether Iran had…
TECHNOLOGY
Windows 10 problems? Feedback Hub now shows you similar bugs others have found | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - Microsoft is making improvements to the Windows 10 Feedback Hub that should reduce duplicate reports and make it easier for users to group their problems with other similar issues. The new Feedback H…
TECHNOLOGY
Nissan’s zero-emission ice cream van uses old EV batteries to keep things cool – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - File ice cream vans under “things I never thought posed a significant risk to the environment but might actually.” Nissan has developed a new concept vehicle that addresses the problem of all the emi…
LEISURE
AP 1073: How Do I Get My Audience to Move and Convert?

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www.smartpassiveincome.com - Pat: What’s up everybody? Welcome to AskPat, Episode 1073. I appreciate you for being here. If you don’t know what this is, this is a coaching call that you’re about to listen to between myself and t…
ADULT
Twitch sues users who posted porn, racism, and more to Artifact stream page

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arstechnica.com - In a federal lawsuit filed last week, Twitch accuses 100 unnamed defendants of breaking its terms of service by flooding the site's directory of Artifact game streams with inappropriate content, incl…
TECHNOLOGY
Waymo takes its self-driving car ambitions global in partnership with Renault-Nissan – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Waymo has locked in an exclusive partnership with Renault and Nissan to research how commercial autonomous vehicles might work for passengers and packages in France and Japan. This exclusive partners…
BUSINESS
Founders Factory is going live in Paris – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - After London and Johannesburg, startup accelerator and incubator Founders Factory is launching a third city — Paris. Once again, the company is partnering with a corporate backer. And this time, insu…
TECHNOLOGY
How to build the perfect LinkedIn Page

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sproutsocial.com - With a rapidly growing user base of 610 million professionals, LinkedIn provides organizations with unique opportunities. Beyond being a prime place to share content and showcase thought leadership, …
TECHNOLOGY
Microsoft gives Immersive Reader the AI treatment | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - Ahead of next week's ISTE EdTech conference in Philadelphia, Microsoft is unveiling some new features in its education-focused tools. Among the products getting updates are its Immersive Reader learn…
WORLD
Under Trump, the Fight Against Cybercrime Has Waned

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www.wired.com - According to recent polling, Americans view malicious cyber activity as their top security concern—ahead of the economy, nuclear threats, and ISIL. This fear is well-justified. Within the last couple…
BUSINESS
SaaS data protection provider Druva nabs $130M, now at a $1B+ valuation, acquiring CloudLanes – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - As businesses continue to move more of their computing and data to the cloud, one of the startups that has made a name for itself as a provider of cloud-based solutions to protect and manage those IT…
ADULT
UK age checks for online porn delayed after bureaucratic cock-up – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The UK government has delayed the introduction of mandatory age verification for accessing online pornography — blaming an administrative cock-up. The controversial scheme had been due to launch on J…
TECHNOLOGY
Waymo forges self-driving alliance with Renault and Nissan

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arstechnica.com - Waymo announced early Thursday morning that it was forming a self-driving alliance with Renault, Nissan, and Mitsubishi—a trio of car companies that already have strong financial ties to one another.…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
GirlGaze Network looks to connect brands with female creatives – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - It started with a hashtag. Amande de Cadenet, photographer, author, and TV host, was spending time with her sister, a director and photographer in her own right, when an ACLU study on the lack of div…
LEISURE
How Practicing Gratitude Changed My Life

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theascent.pub - Have you ever been in a season in your life where sadness was your default setting? You felt like you were struggling to be happy. Not necessarily because so many bad things were happening to you, bu…
ENVIRONMENT
The Slack origin story – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Let’s rewind a decade. It’s 2009. Vancouver, Canada. Stewart Butterfield, known already for his part in building Flickr, a photo-sharing service acquired by Yahoo in 2005, decided to try his hand — a…
BUSINESS
Dawn Capital closes $125M Opportunities Fund to double down on its biggest bets – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Dawn Capital has made a name for itself over the last several years for having a sharp eye when it comes to spotting interesting B2B startups in Europe before they become big, with companies like iZe…
BUSINESS
2 days left on super-early-bird discounts to Disrupt SF 2019 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Frugal founders and savvy shoppers take heed. Disrupt San Francisco 2019, which takes place October 2-4, can be a serious boon to your business. But our super-early-bird pricing disappears in a cloud…
ADULT
Un perro de 200 libras le muerde la cara cuando intenta besarlo

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laopinion.com - Una mujer fue mordida en la cara por un perro despu√©s de intentar besarlo, informaron las autoridades. Ocurri√≥ en Florida, en la madrugada del mi√©rcoles. Los oficiales del Condado de Hernando y los b…
WORLD
Prime Minister announces enhanced cooperation with the United States

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pm.gc.ca - The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today concluded a successful visit to Washington, D.C., where he met with United States President Donald J. Trump and committed to closer collaboration on a number…
TECHNOLOGY
What’s it like to race a Jaguar I-Pace electric car?

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arstechnica.com - Bryan Sellers behind the wheel of his I-Pace racing car. He currently lies second in the championship for Pro drivers. Not many people get to race under the watchful gaze of the Eifel Tower. Sellers …
TECHNOLOGY
How to master social listening for sales

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sproutsocial.com - The fact that companies are expected to be active on social media is a no-brainer. But what about individual salespeople? Reality check: scoring sales on social media isn’t just a matter of “if you b…
TECHNOLOGY
Sign up for Extra Crunch membership from TechCrunch – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Sign up today to help us support builders like you. Original Research and Reporting Extra Crunch membership offers exclusive access to analysis of successful startups, resources on company building, …
ENVIRONMENT
New York just passed the most ambitious climate target in the country

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www.vox.com - New York is the fourth most populous state in the US and its third-largest economy. Now it is poised to adopt the country’s most ambitious climate targets, including 100 percent carbon-free electrici…
TECHNOLOGY
Google ramps up competition with Facebook Pages with new tools for local businesses – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Google has been steadily updating its tools for businesses looking to reach more customers across Google’s platforms, including Search and Google Maps. Last year, the company took on Facebook Pages w…
SCIENCE
One of NASA’s robotic astronaut helpers just flew on its own in space for the first time – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - NASA’s very own free-floating Companion Cube equivalent took its own first tentative ‘steps’ in space today, demonstrating its ability to rotate on its own in zero gravity inside the International Sp…
SCIENCE
Hasselblad’s new medium format camera is a tiny, beautiful nod to history – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - While mirrorless cameras accelerate into the future, medium format models are hearkening unto the past — and Hasselblad chief among them. Its new digital back fits lenses going back to the ’50s, and …
TECHNOLOGY
A Netflix hack lets you feel the action in a scene by vibrating your phone – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Netflix Hack Day, the company’s internal hackathon, has a habit of producing some amazing gems — like a brain-controlled interface, a Fitbit hack that shuts off Netflix when you fall asleep, a Netfli…
TECHNOLOGY
Study finds drivers are clueless about what driver assistance systems can (and can’t) do – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Automakers like Audi, BMW, GM’s Cadillac, Nissan and Tesla have advanced driver assistance systems that are robust enough to take the sting out of that daily highway commute by handling some driving …
BUSINESS
Brex CEO Henrique Dubugras is coming to Disrupt SF – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Fintech startup Brex went from 0 to a valuation of $1 billion in less than two years. It is a fascinating company, and so is Brex’s co-founder and CEO Henrique Dubugras. He’s coming to TechCrunch Dis…
TECHNOLOGY
Meet your new chief of staff: An AI chatbot – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Years ago, a mobile app for email launched to immediate fanfare. Simply called Mailbox, its life was woefully cut short — we’ll get to that. Today, its founders are back with their second act: An AI-…
BUSINESS
Armoire is angling to become the every day Rent the Runway – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - When Armoire first emerged from MIT’s accelerator program back in 2016, the company’s vision was already fully formed — combine StitchFix and Rent the Runway to give women a low-cost, sustainable way…
SCIENCE
Tripping grad students over and over for science (and better prosthetic limbs) – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Prosthetic limbs are getting better, but not as quickly as you’d think. They’re not as smart as our real limbs, which (directed by the brain) do things like automatically stretch out to catch ourselv…
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Is seed investing still a local business? – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - According to CB Insights, the number of seed-stage funding deals in the U.S. declined for the fourth straight year in 2018, continuing a trend that has seen the number of deals steadily drop, while t…
BUSINESS
The boring genius of how Atrium kills legal busy work – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Law firms have little incentive to build or buy software that will save their lawyers time because they often bill clients by the hour. Tasks like tracking down legal documents, extracting key inform…
TECHNOLOGY
Google says it’s not making any more tablets – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The writing has been on the slate for some time now. Roughly this time last year, we reported that Google had wiped all tablet sales off its site. Turns out that was just a bug, but it seemed like an…
TECHNOLOGY
Transitioning from engineering to product with Adobe’s Anjul Bhambhri – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Many roles inside of startups and tech companies are clear: marketers market, salespeople sell, engineers engineer. Then there are the roles like “product manager” that seem obvious on the surface (p…
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Plaid puts Quovo acquisition right to work with new investments product – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - When Plaid acquired Quovo earlier this year, it was clear the company wanted to move beyond checking and savings data to a broader view of investments. Today, the company announced Investments, an AP…
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Slack opens at $38.50, a pop of 48% on its first day of trading on NYSE as WORK – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Slack, the workplace messaging platform that has helped define a key category of enterprise IT, made its debut as a public company today with a pop. Trading as “WORK” on the New York Stock Exchange, …
BUSINESS
Slack’s value rockets as stock closes up 48.5% in public debut – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - It was a historic day for Slack (NYSE: WORK). The workplace communication software juggernaut debuted on the New York Stock Exchange up 48% at $38.50 per share after reports emerged Wednesday night t…
BUSINESS
Get your early-bird tickets to TC Sessions: Enterprise 2019 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - In a world where the enterprise market hovers around $500 billion in annual sales, is it any wonder that hundreds of enterprise startups launch into that fiercely competitive arena every year? It’s a…
SCIENCE
Machine learning for everyone startup Intersect Labs launches platform for data analysis – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Machine learning is the holy grail of data analysis, but unfortunately, that holy grail oftentimes requires a PhD in Computer Science just to get started. Despite the incredible attention that machin…
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Verified Expert Brand Designer: Stitzlein Studio – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - After spending years working for in-house design teams and well-known brand agencies such as Nike, Google, and Pentagram, Joe and Leslie Stitzlein, who are also husband and wife, decided to launch th…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Netflix wins rights to Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’ – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda will be making his debut as a feature film director on Netflix . Variety reports that Netflix won the rights to Miranda’s film adaptation of “Tick Tick … Boom!” …
TECHNOLOGY
‘The Operators’: Acceleprise partner Whitney Sales and Docsend CEO Russ Heddleston on how to grow your sales strategies – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Welcome to this transcribed edition of The Operators. TechCrunch is beginning to publish podcasts from industry experts, with transcriptions available for Extra Crunch members so you can read the con…
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Daily Crunch: Slack makes its Wall Street debut – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Slack…
WORLD
Le premier ministre annonce une collaboration rehauss√©e avec les √Čtats-Unis

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pm.gc.ca - Le premier ministre Justin Trudeau a conclu aujourd’hui une visite productive √† Washington D.C., o√Ļ il a rencontr√© le pr√©sident des √Čtats-Unis, Donald J. Trump, et s’est engag√© √† accro√ģtre leur colla…
TECHNOLOGY
The complete guide to Instagram listening

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sproutsocial.com - Is your brand keeping an ear to the ground through Instagram listening? Because there’s arguably no busier place than Instagram right now when it comes to customers sounding off. Listen: Instagram is…
LEISURE
My Photo Journey: Year Five

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om.co - It has been around five years since I started making photos. Over the past few months, I feel that a certain level of harmony has developed between what my mind sees and what the camera captures. Tho…
TECHNOLOGY
28 years later, a no-disc version of the Sega CD finally exists—and it works

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arstechnica.com - Finally: a way to play classic Sega CD games without worrying about a failing disc drive produced in the early '90s. That looks a lot less clunky than either model of Sega CD. It's roughly the same s…
SCIENCE
New study takes a bird’s-eye view of the Nasca Lines

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arstechnica.com - At first glance, one of the most famous figures of Peru's Nasca Lines looks like a fairly generic hummingbird. But the details of the drawing—and those of several other ancient drawings, paintings, a…
TECHNOLOGY
How Qualcomm shook down the cell phone industry for almost 20 years

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arstechnica.com - In 2005, Apple contacted Qualcomm as a potential supplier for modem chips in the first iPhone. Qualcomm's response was unusual: a letter demanding that Apple sign a patent licensing agreement before …
SCIENCE
Americans aren’t interested in the Moon and Mars—and that’s understandable

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arstechnica.com - Nearly two years ago, Vice President Mike Pence made the administration's space policy official, saying NASA would re-focus its program around "establishing a renewed American presence on the Moon, a…
BUSINESS
At House hearing, witnesses for Trump admin defend fuel-economy rollback

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arstechnica.com - The Trump administration has been trying to roll back Obama-era fuel-economy standards for passenger vehicles out to model year 2025. But the state of California and its allies have been fighting thi…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
New Netflix original Rim of the World is pretty much perfect summer fare

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arstechnica.com - Summer camp can be challenging enough for an awkward 13-year-old nerdy kid without aliens invading and turning the surrounding region into a war zone. That's the premise of Rim of the World, a fresh …
TECHNOLOGY
Potent Firefox 0-day used to install undetected backdoors on Macs

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arstechnica.com - Hackers exploited a pair of potent zero-day vulnerabilities in Firefox to infect Mac users with a largely undetected backdoor, according to accounts pieced together from multiple people. Mozilla rele…
SCIENCE
Horrified researchers want out of “infomercial” for shady stem-cell clinics

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arstechnica.com - Around a dozen prominent stem-cell experts said this week that they have been duped into appearing in a documentary series some described as an infomercial for the unproven and dangerous stem-cell tr…
TECHNOLOGY
How do you improve a great racing game? Just add Lego bricks

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arstechnica.com - The designers at Playground Games got to design a race track made from Lego. Some of the road surfaces and some scenery is pulled from the main game, but all the track furniture you see is made from …
SCIENCE
Ars on your lunch break: There’s hope, and we’ll all be fine... probably

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arstechnica.com - Today we’re presenting the fourth and final installment of my conversation with Naval Ravikant about existential risks. This interview first appeared in March as two back-to-back episodes of the Afte…
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Evil shapeshifters stalk by night in first trailer for AMC’s The Terror: Infamy

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arstechnica.com - Shape-shifting spirits terrorize a Southern California community of Japanese Americans in the first trailer for The Terror: Infamy, the second season of AMC's horror anthology series. And the hauntin…
TECHNOLOGY
Apple introduces a recall program for some MacBook Pro laptops with faulty batteries

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arstechnica.com - From top to bottom, MacBook, 13-inch MacBook Air, and 15-inch MacBook Pro. The SD card reader, HDMI port, and one USB 3.0 port are on the right. Power, two Thunderbolt 2 ports, another USB 3.0 port, …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Movie written by algorithm turns out to be hilarious and intense

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arstechnica.com - Knowing that an AI wrote Sunspring makes the movie more fun to watch, especially once you know how the cast and crew put it together. Director Oscar Sharp made the movie for Sci-Fi London, an annual …
TECHNOLOGY
Ajit Pai tries to kill San Francisco’s attempt to spur broadband competition

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arstechnica.com - The Federal Communications Commission will vote next month on whether to preempt a San Francisco city ordinance that was designed to promote broadband competition in multi-unit buildings. San Francis…
SCIENCE
Printing vaccines at the pharmacy or at home will be the way of the future

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arstechnica.com - We're running a series of companion posts this week to accompany our special edition Ars Lunch Break podcast. This is the third of three guest posts centered around Rob Reid's TED talk from Tuesday. …
SCIENCE
The long-awaited upgrade to the US weather forecast model is here

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arstechnica.com - Weather forecasters need a ton of knowledge and a fair bit of experience with local weather patterns to do their job well. They also need a good forecast model. These computer models take in measurem…
SPORTS
EA: Loot boxes actually “surprise mechanics” that are “ethical and fun”

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arstechnica.com - Representatives from EA and Epic Games spoke in front of a UK parliamentary panel Wednesday (transcript). They were there to defend the game industry against charges of addictive game mechanics and e…
TECHNOLOGY
Survey: Autopilot name causes people to overestimate Tesla capabilities

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arstechnica.com - Does the name "Autopilot" cause people to overestimate the abilities of Tesla's driver-assistance technology? It's a question that comes up in the Ars comments almost every time we write about Autopi…
LEISURE
“Flying-V” airplane design promises fuel savings, but there’s a catch

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arstechnica.com - On Monday, news started to spread about a radical new design of passenger plane. Shaped like the letter V, (and called the Flying-V), it does away with a conventional fuselage and even the middle bit…
EDUCATION
Depredador sexual mexicano es liberado y regresa por la misma víctima

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www.telemundo.com - Miami, Fl – Un violador de Seattle est√° siendo buscado por la polic√≠a a pocos d√≠as de haber sido puesto en libertad por el mismo motivo que fue condenado un a√Īo atr√°s. La autoridades dicen que Franci…
EDUCATION
Pr√≥fugo due√Īo de “ardilla de ataque” dice que no la drog√≥

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www.telemundo.com - Miami, Fl – Un hombre de Alabama que es buscado por cargos de drogas y armas, ha publicado un video en donde niega haber suministrado metanfetamina a la llamada "ardilla de ataque" que √©l considera u…
EDUCATION
“Si est√°s aqu√≠ ilegalmente, tienes que ser expulsado. Y en este caso, eso incluye a familias”: director de ICE

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laopinion.com - Seg√ļn palabras del propio director de ICE la deportaci√≥n de familias estar√≠a dentro del objetivo de la mega operaci√≥n nacional que anunci√≥ Donald Trump para la otra semana con el fin de deportar a “m…
BUSINESS
Bitcoin Markets Now Show Greater Influence From Institutional Investors: JPMorgan

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cointelegraph.com - JPMorgan Chase (JPM) thinks the Bitcoin (BTC) industry has changed considerably since 2017, citing an increase in institutional interest, Bloomberg reported on June 15. The publication quoted a repor…
TECHNOLOGY
Samsung to Seek Collaboration With Platform Firms on Blockchain Innovation and 6G

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cointelegraph.com - The vice chairman of South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung says the firm will seek to collaborate with platform companies on the development of blockchain, artificial intelligence and sixth…
TECHNOLOGY
Facebook has had a CBD problem for years

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www.theverge.com - If you’re looking for it, you can find a CBD-infused version of just about everything: coffee, chocolate, vapes, shampoos, masks, moisturizers, mints, pet treats — in short, just about everything. A …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Treat Life As A Game and Experiment

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theascent.pub - In my younger years, I used to take life so seriously. I worked long days. I neglected myself and my family. It cost me both eventually. After a near-fatal motorcycle accident at the age of 33, I dec…
SCIENCE
Take an exclusive look inside Nasa's colossal, unseen archives

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www.wired.co.uk - As a space-mad boy in suburban England, Benedict Redgrove watched grainy television pictures of the space shuttle Columbia as it soared into Earth’s orbit from Cape Canaveral for the first time, “hea…
TECHNOLOGY
We need to calm our technology down

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www.imaginarycloud.com - I could’ve never imagined that growing up I’d have this little screen that works like a computer and solves a bunch of life issues on the fly. It’s my bank, my TV, my newspaper, my notebook, alarm-cl…
TECHNOLOGY
Facebook's Libra logo causes internet meltdown

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www.creativebloq.com - Facebook has come a long way from the days when each status was prefaced with 'is' and all your updates appeared on one ungainly page. In 2019 the social media giant is branching out in new direction…
SCIENCE
Dark Matter --"A Strange Quantum Superfluid That Flows Without Entropy" | The Daily Galaxy

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dailygalaxy.com - “A superfluid is a very interesting kind of fluid,” says physicist Justin Khoury, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, who focuses on the interface of particle physics and cosmology. “Most …
SCIENCE
To Track Shrinking Himalayan Glaciers, Scientists Turned to Old Spy Satellites

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www.atlasobscura.com - When it comes to mapping glacial ice and charting its retreat, scientists have several options. If it’s possible to navigate the surrounding snow fields, researchers can clamber up close to measure t…
BUSINESS
Facebook claims Libra offers economic empowerment to billions – an economist is skeptical

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theconversation.com - Facebook is joining the cryptocurrency craze. Should we be concerned? The social network site on June 18 said it’s launching a new cryptocurrency called Libra with the help of 27 partners, including …
SCIENCE
China solves Boltzmann Tyranny problem to create 3nm transistors – Fanatical Futurist by International Keynote Speaker Matthew Griffin

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www.fanaticalfuturist.com - WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF As computers are embedded into everything, from wearables and clothing, to even human cells, they’ve got to get smaller – and they are. Interested in the future and want to …
TECHNOLOGY
Apple's Voice Control is important for accessibility, and you

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www.engadget.com - Rather than save Mackay a few mouse clicks, the new version of macOS spared him from having to use a switch controlled by his tongue to interact with a machine. That's the beauty of the update's Voic…
SCIENCE
Ancient Ancestors Made A Large and Deliberate Migration to Australia

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www.ancient-origins.net - The size of the first population of people needed to arrive, survive, and thrive in what is now Australia is revealed in two studies published on June 17. It took more than 1,000 people to form a via…
TECHNOLOGY
How To Crush Your Competition Through Customer Service Kindness

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www.forbes.com - It’s entirely possible to vaporize your competition, one customer service interaction at a time. It’s a simple concept, but a profoundly effective strategy. Here’s how to go about it, based on the in…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
KINGSMAN Prequel THE KING'S MAN Coming in 2020 - Nerdist

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nerdist.com - Even an elite organization of intelligence agents well-versed in manners, decorum, and discretion needs to get their start somewhere, and in 2020 we’re going to learn which proper gentleman turned in…
SCIENCE
Why a Computer History Museum Owns a Legendary Teapot

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www.atlasobscura.com - The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California is home to many artifacts from Silicon Valley history. Amidst the ephemera of the Information Age, though, a humble white teapot sits on displ…
BUSINESS
Facebook’s Libra Reveals Silicon Valley’s Naked Ambition

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www.wired.com - The announcement of Libra and Facebook’s planned integration with the cryptocurrency has brought out familiar “make the world a better place” rhetoric. The Libra Association released a six-page works…
TECHNOLOGY
A Mystery of Peru's Nazca Lines Has Been Unraveled by Ornithology

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www.inverse.com - A crucial realization was that the three birds identified in the geoglyphs are not naturally found near the actual locations of the lines. Hermits, for example, live on the eastern slope of the Andes…
TECHNOLOGY
The Mystery of the Miserable Employees: How to Win in the Winner-Take-All Economy

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www.nytimes.com - The issue wasn’t that people had to fly to China or make late-night calls. People who had taken jobs requiring that sort of commitment seemed to accept these things as part of the deal. The issue was…
TECHNOLOGY
MIUI Android Q update sets the stage for other Xiaomi phones

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androidcommunity.com - Google is set to unveil the next Android dessert. We have no idea what the Android Q name is but we have our guesses. Quik or Quiche–either of the two. The list for desserts starting in ‘Q’ is short …
TECHNOLOGY
ASUS ZenFone 6 Durability: Try to flip the camera several times

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androidcommunity.com - The ASUS ZenFone line doesn’t exactly beat those series from other big OEMs but ZenFone models–a lot of them– become popular for unique reasons. This time, the ZenFone 6 is making waves with the new …
TECHNOLOGY
OPPO phone with under-display camera may be announced next week

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androidcommunity.com - OPPO may not be the top OEM in the world today but the brand is certainly making an impression in the mobile industry. The market is filled with affordable to mid-range OPPO phones that we can consid…
TECHNOLOGY
TrueCaller now offering free voice calls

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androidcommunity.com - Truecaller is an app that has become popular because it helps you weed out the spam callers and those that you actually don’t know. But with a lot of devices and carriers offering up similar services…
TECHNOLOGY
Huawei MediaPad M6 to be revealed, here’s when exactly

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androidcommunity.com - Huawei has not revealed any new product the past few weeks except for the Honor 20 Lite earlier in May. As the company works on the recent challenges in the US, it is preparing for future actions. It…
TECHNOLOGY
All our best Python training is right here — and one of the best prices of the year [DEALS]

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androidcommunity.com - You can get a good gauge on a technology’s importance by check out its biggest users. So when you know Google, Facebook, Dropbox, Yahoo, IBM and NASA employ the Python programming language to fuel th…
TECHNOLOGY
Boost Mobile starts offering Coolpad Legacy phone

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androidcommunity.com - Boost Mobile seems to be quiet but we haven’t really been paying attention to it. Our last mention was only last month when we said the Wiko Mobile is expanding in the United States with the Wiko Rid…
TECHNOLOGY
Ingress, Pokemon Go to stop supporting Android 4.4 devices

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androidcommunity.com - If you’re using an old school smartphone to play Ingress or Pokemon Go, we have bad news for you. Niantic Labs has announced that they not be supporting their two games anymore on smartphones that ar…
TECHNOLOGY
Ring Door View Cam gives easier monitoring for your home

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androidcommunity.com - While it’s now more convenient and affordable to set up your own security cameras at your house, not everyone likes the idea of having a camera or multiple cameras inside their house. But if you just…
TECHNOLOGY
Pixel 3a phone owners receive July Android update this early

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androidcommunity.com - In the many years that Google has been releasing its own branded smartphones, this is the first time a new model is released in the middle of the year. Usually, the tech giant announces a new series …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
YouTube partners with Universal Music Group to remaster music videos

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androidcommunity.com - If you’re looking for music videos online, probably the first place you go to is YouTube. If what you’re looking for though are “classics” or “oldies” from previous years (well, ever since they start…
BUSINESS
Business News Website The Manifest Reveals Results on Customer Retention

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loyalty360.org - About one-third of small businesses (31 percent) concentrate their digital marketing efforts on increasing sales, but most aren’t prioritizing engaging current customers. This data comes from a new s…
LEISURE
Is Your Travel and Hospitality Loyalty Program Human-Friendly?

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loyalty360.org - Check out these highlights from the Humanizing Loyalty report In today’s travel and hospitality market, customers have more control and choices than ever before. How do brands ensure that they’re goi…
TECHNOLOGY
Foot Locker’s Engaged Loyalty Relaunch

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loyalty360.org - One highlight from the 2019 Loyalty Expo was a breakout session entitled “Value Beyond Discounts: How Foot Locker’s New Loyalty Program Is a Step above the Rest.” In the session, Hope Tannenbaum, Sen…
TECHNOLOGY
How to Leverage Data to Drive Customer Loyalty through Personalization

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loyalty360.org - In today’s competitive climate, customers not only desire, but expect seamless, personalized experiences across all touchpoints. In fact, 90% of users expect the customer experience to be consistent …
WORLD
Member of Polish Parliament Invites Ocasio-Cortez to Visit Real Concentration Camps

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pjmedia.com - Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) is once again doing the thing that the Democrats running for president wish they could: effortlessly dominate the headlines for several news cycles. Once again …
LEISURE
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…
TECHNOLOGY
SPI 375: The State of Podcasting in 2019 with Matt and Pat

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www.smartpassiveincome.com - Pat Flynn: Hey, you know what I love about the fact that you’re listening to this right now? The fact that you already know what a podcast is. Now, whether you already have a podcast of your own or n…
POLITICS
Inquiries at EPA's Science Integrity Office Spike Under Trump

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www.govexec.com - Inquiries to the Environmental Protection Agency office that protects science have spiked during the Trump administration amid widespread reports that political appointees have interfered with the wo…
WORLD
USAF to Demo New Airborne Mesh Network for Latin American Militaries

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www.defenseone.com - The U.S. Air Force has a new radio network that allows pilots to easily communicate with forces on the ground, and it’s showing it off to Central and South American military leaders this week. The ai…
LEISURE
Life and Death Benefits Decisions

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www.govexec.com - If you’re married, planning for retirement can be more complicated than if you’re single. There are decisions such as whether you should retire at the same time as your spouse or stagger your retirem…
LEISURE
Top 5 Ethical Fashion Shops in London

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www.ldnfashion.com - Consumers are becoming more aware of the negative impact the fashion industry can have on the world. Fast fashion is losing its appeal in favour of more sustainable options. If you want to do your bi…
LEISURE
Best London Markets for Furniture

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www.ldnfashion.com - You’ll see a huge range of people browsing London’s best markets for furniture. From 20-somethings trying to kit out their first flat on a starter salary without stepping foot in Ikea, to millionaire…
LEISURE
Best London Shops for Men’s Trainers

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www.ldnfashion.com - Ask any man what his most favoured possession and it’s likely the answer you’ll receive is his trainer collection. From Adidas to Converse, we men adore our trainers, especially when they’re rare or …
TECHNOLOGY
Microsoft Issues Updated WebView 2 SDK - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - Microsoft this week released an updated version of its new WebView 2 SDK, which helps developers add web content to their Windows 10 applications. Controversially, WebView 2 will be less capable than…
TECHNOLOGY
Microsoft Shifts Xbox Focus to One Next-Gen Console - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - Last year at E3, Phil Spencer at the end of Microsoft’s keynote, said that the company was working on new consoles for the next generation of gaming. At E3 in 2019, Phil’s on-stage discussion pointed…
TECHNOLOGY
Microsoft Discusses How it Makes Android Apps - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - An interesting Microsoft post on Medium discusses the firm creates and publishes apps for the Android mobile platform. “Microsoft is one of the leading publishers in the Google Play Store, producing …
ADULT
How People Weasel Out of Change and Justify Staying the Same

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leadershipfreak.blog - Aspiration or frustration drives you to seek advice. But you end up rejecting advice in favor of staying the same. You’re frustrated when others do it. Maybe you’re a weasel, too. #1. Weasel out of c…
ADULT
06-20-2019 - [X&Y] This Is Downright Cruel...Is It Being Done To You?

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archive.aweber.com - ===== THIS IS DOWNRIGHT CRUEL…IS IT BEING DONE TO YOU? What happened here? Sex was supposed to be the simplest, most natural thing for us as humans. After all, without it none of us would even exist.…
SCIENCE
6 Sites That Will Help You With Education

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www.bitrebels.com - Everyone needs the right education to succeed in life. Thanks to technology, learning is easier and more convenient. It is a fact that not everyone is well-endowed financially, and that is why not al…
BUSINESS
Highest Grossing Movie Openings Of All Time [Infographic]

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www.bitrebels.com - Movies have been a very important source of entertainment for a long time. These movies are beneficial to us in a lot of ways apart from providing us with entertainment. That is why movie producers a…
SCIENCE
Increase Your Online Gaming And Confuse Data-Mining Systems

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www.bitrebels.com - In a world with continuous developing technologies, data plays a crucial role. We, as people, feed into this data every day. The world runs peacefully because of the data. Data is nothing but the inf…
WORLD
Games Have Always Tried to Whitewash Nazis as Just 'German Soldiers'

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www.vice.com - There was something very familiar about EA’s botched roll-out of a premium Battlefield V character skin a few weeks ago, where the company slapped the name of a significant anti-Nazi resistance membe…
SCIENCE
CBD for Depression, Anxiety, and Mood Disorders - Soupwire

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soupwire.com - If you or someone you love suffers from depression – you’re not alone. 1 in 12 Americans and more than 300 million people worldwide struggle with depression which can cause sufferers to experience ch…
LEISURE
4 Things To Consider When Moving To Your First Apartment

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www.bitrebels.com - It reaches a point in life where we all need to be independent, and one of the moves that make us feel so is moving to a new apartment. Let’s face it, as we all grow up; sometimes we feel like our pa…
LEISURE
Ancient Celts in Burgundy drank Greek wines, suggests study - Decanter

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www.decanter.com - Benedictine and Cistercian monks may take considerable credit for laying the foundations of Burgundy’s famous vineyard ‘climats’, but Celts near to this area were enjoying imported wines more than 1,…
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Boisset opens Napa wine tasting room at Oakville Grocery - Decanter

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www.decanter.com - Jean-Charles Boisset’s new ‘1881 Napa’ venture at Oakville Grocery is designed as an alternative to the all-day voyage that would ordinarily be required to taste Cabernet Sauvignon from 12 of the Nap…
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LIVE: Johnson vs Hunt in battle to become next PM after Gove is voted out

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news.sky.com - ANALYSIS: 'Plenty of time for mistakes, mishaps and mind-bending shifts of fortune' By Rob Powell, political reporter “Good for your employment prospects”. That was the view from one Jeremy Hunt-back…
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Top C√īte des Blancs wineries to visit - Decanter

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www.decanter.com - Some of the best vines are to be found on the C√īte des Blancs, a 20km stretch just south of Epernay that grows some of the very best Chardonnay grapes in the world. While Chardonnay might have origin…
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Five easy SEO strategies: Increase search engine rankings and gain qualified customers

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searchenginewatch.com - Understanding how search engines rank websites and applying simple nontechnical SEO strategies will lead to increased traffic from qualified customers. Search engine optimization (SEO) is a technique…
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Google Ads portfolio bid strategy changes: Removing eCPC, average daily budget replacing target spend - Search Engine Land

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searchengineland.com - In an effort to help simplify settings, Google said, it is making changes to two portfolio bid strategies. Portfolio bid strategies can be applied across multiple campaigns in a Google Ads account. A…
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The mythical “Head of Marketing”

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seths.blog - Most organizations have someone that they call the head of marketing, but unlike the other departments, this person’s job is usually more tactical and less strategic than it could be. That’s because …
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Shoulder Mobility - Complementary Training

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complementarytraining.net - “Shoulder pain is an important medical and socioeconomic problem in western society. […] Many lead to an inability to work and/or to carry out household and leisure-time activities.”(Luime et al., 20…
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Quantic Is a One-Man Music Factory

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www.rollingstone.com - Any time you catch a DJ set from Will Holland, who spins and produces as Quantic, there’s sure to be at least one transfixing moment on the dancefloor. At the small Brooklyn club C’Mon Everybody in 2…
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Nirvana's 20 greatest songs – ranked!

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www.theguardian.com - Along with Mudhoney’s Sweet Young Thing Ain’t Sweet No More, Nirvana’s second single defined the initial sound of grunge: deeply unfashionable early-70s heavy rock refracted through a punk lens, wher…
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The Kills' Alison Mosshart Talks New Music & Book for Dive Bar Day

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www.billboard.com - Lead singer of indie rock band The Kills Alison Mosshart says she and bandmate Jamie Hince have started work on their next studio album. “We’re not on tour right now so the point is regrouping and be…
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New Age Music for Health

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marcome.com - July 17, 2009 by Marcom√© Filed under New Age Music Have you considered New Age music for health? Recent studies have shown a positive impact of both yoga and meditation on the health of practitioners…
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Infowars host, still verified on Twitter, calls for lynching of Obama

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popular.info - This is the online version of Popular Information, a newsletter about politics — written by me, Judd Legum. Sign up to get accountability journalism in your inbox. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has said th…
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Celebrity birthdays for the week of June 23-29 | WTOP

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wtop.com - June 23: Singer Diana Trask is 79. Actor Ted Shackelford (“Knots Landing”) is 73. Actor Bryan Brown (“The Thorn Birds”) is 72. Former “American Idol” judge Randy Jackson is 63. Actress Frances McDorm…
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Taylor Swift, Eminem & Dolly: These music videos featured queen-sized ‘Drag Race’ cameos

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www.queerty.com - Before launching into superstardom, RuPaul made a quick cameo in the music video for B-52’s camp classic “Love Shack.” Thirty years later, a number of her most famous prot√©g√©es have starred in music …
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Republican lawmakers ask judge to destroy smoking gun documents proving GOP’s white supremacy

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www.rawstory.com - Republicans on Monday sought a court order to block damning documents from being used against them in a lawsuit. “North Carolina Republican lawmakers on Monday asked a court to make sure the files of…
WORLD
CIA director John Brennan is a Muslim convert?

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cofda.wordpress.com - Before John Owen Brennan became Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on March 8, 2013, he had spent 25 years with the CIA in a succession of positions, including as a Near East and South…
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Rhode Island Passes 'Abortion Until Birth' Bill; Senator: 'We Will All Be Accountable To God'

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www.dailywire.com - New York Democrats kicked off 2019 by passing the most radical abortion bill in U.S. history, which erased the state's limitation on abortion of 24 weeks, allowing abortion up until birth to protect …
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FLASHBACK: Biden Subjected Anita Hill to 'Public Humiliation and Abuse' According to Politico - Big League Politics

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bigleaguepolitics.com - Presidential hopeful and Democratic Party primary leader Joseph R. Biden Jr. allegedly subjected Anita Hill, a black woman, to “public humiliation and abuse” when she accused Supreme Court Justice Cl…
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Hunter Biden Sued by Arkansas Woman Claiming She Had His Love Child

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www.breitbart.com - According to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Lunden Alexis Roberts filed a petition for paternity and child support against Hunter Biden on May 28th. Roberts’ attorney, Clint Lancaster of The Lancaste…
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Breaking: Federal Appeals Court Rules Trump Can Move Forward With Defunding Planned Parenthood

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www.redstate.com - Jesus apparently loves fetuses by Quinn Dombrowski, licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0/Original June 20, 2019 – The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that President Trump can move forward with h…
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A gay first lady? Yes, we’ve already had one, and here are her love letters.

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www.washingtonpost.com - Left: Evangeline Simpson Whipple, circa 1890-1896. (Minnesota Historical Society); Right: Rose Cleveland, circa 1893. (New Jersey State Archives) By Gillian Brockell Gillian Brockell Staff writer for…
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Where jobs are concentrating and why it matters to cities and regions

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www.brookings.edu - The relationship between place and economy is constantly evolving, and continually shaping the growth, development, and decay of our communities. Today, new ideas and innovations are fostering the cr…
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"Next 20 years will determine future of humanity": 1.7m have watched these SHOCKING facts, and my predictions for next 40 years with massive scaling of green tech. Race for solar, wind etc v coal, oil, gas. Global warming - Keynote for Enel Green Power

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m.globalchange.com - Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future GreenTech, Sustainability Keynote Speaker In December 2018, I gave a keynote via Webinar for Enel Power. They say it was watched live by over …
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Shaquille O'Neal says he wants to buy Reebok

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www.cnbc.com - In 2004, Shaquille O'Neal earned $27.7 million in the NBA — it was his best-paid year in basketball. But post-NBA the hall-of-famer has actually been making more money each year than he did in basket…
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At House Hearing, Poor People's Campaign Demands End to 'Systemic Policy Violence Against the Poor'

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www.commondreams.org - The heads of the Poor People's Campaign reiterated their call for a moral budget on Wednesday as they testified before a Congressional hearing and decried the "moral crisis" of poverty in the U.S. Th…
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Senate Banking Committee Schedules Hearing on Facebook's Massive Cryptocurrency Project

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gizmodo.com - The U.S. Senate Banking Committee is set to scrutinize Facebook’s cryptocurrency ambitions at a hearing set for July 16, Reuters reported on Wednesday, in yet another sign that legislators are extrem…
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Effect of Adding Azithromycin to Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention. - PubMed - NCBI

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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - Mass administration of azithromycin for trachoma control led to a sustained reduction in all-cause mortality among Ethiopian children. Whether the addition of azithromycin to the monthly sulfadoxine-…
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The guilt-based selling approach - Natural Born Coaches

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www.naturalborncoaches.com - Awhile back I visited the website of a well-known Internet Marketer. He was giving away a free resource in exchange for visitors opting into his email list, and the pop-up on his page gave two choice…
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Magnetic Resonance Perfusion or Fractional Flow Reserve in Coronary Disease. - PubMed - NCBI

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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - In patients with stable angina, two strategies are often used to guide revascularization: one involves myocardial-perfusion cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and the other involves inv…
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2019 State of Engineering Salaries Report | Hired

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hired.com - For the fourth consecutive year, Hired is releasing its annual State of Salaries report — and, once again, the results reveal that tech salaries in US markets are steadily rising. We analyzed data fr…
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Autonomous Flights Are One Step Closer to Reality

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www.bloomberg.com - Aerospace and innovation have gone hand-in-hand since the days of Orville and Wilbur Wright. Airplanes were once simple metal tubes powered by propellers. Long-haul flying meant four engines and at l…
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States can manage their own environment, and they’re better at it than the federal government

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www.washingtontimes.com - There’s a dividing line cutting the United States in half. No, I’m not talking about the Mississippi river, or the Appalachian Mountains or one of the continental divides. I’m talking about a policy …
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RATP, Airbus et ADP annoncent les taxis volant à Paris pour les JO 2024 - PhonAndroid.com

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www.phonandroid.com - RATP, Airbus et A√©roports de Paris (ADP) ont pr√©sent√© un projet de taxis volants √† Paris et en √éle-de-France. Les premiers trajets commerciaux devraient √™tre lanc√©s d’ici cinq ans, avec les Jeux Olym…
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Twitter Suspends Erick Erickson for Mocking Elizabeth Warren | Breitbart

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www.breitbart.com - Erickson, the former editor-in-chief and CEO of RedState, joked on Twitter that Warren is set to introduce a “Wrecking American Prosperity Under Marxism or WAMPUM act,” a boomer-humor dig at the Demo…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Three Facebook moderators break their NDAs to expose a company in crisis

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www.theverge.com - Content warning: This story contains descriptions of violent acts against people and animals, accounts of sexual harassment and post-traumatic stress disorder, and other potentially disturbing conten…
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Experiment: Journalists’ Reliance on Twitter "May" Lead to Pack Journalism

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mindmatters.ai - A 2018 study tracked the importance that journalists ascribe to what they hear on Twitter and the results are not good. A political communications prof and a journalism prof did an experiment to test…
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Senate heads toward addressing border crisis … by funding refugee resettlement & legal aid

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www.conservativereview.com - Imagine a raging inferno at our border and the American people begging the politicians to take notice of the problem. Finally, after a year of cajoling, the politicians swiftly turn their attention t…
WORLD
China forcefully harvests organs from detainees, tribunal concludes

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www.nbcnews.com - LONDON — The organs of members of marginalized groups detained in Chinese prison camps are being forcefully harvested — sometimes when patients are still alive, an international tribunal sitting in L…
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Asking Artists, What Do You Need?

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www.nytimes.com - “It was a festival,” she said, “that started with the question to artists: What do you need, and where, and why? And then build everything around the project, not a cookie-cutter approach.” After 12 …
SCIENCE
Working Long Hours Every Day? It Could Affect Your Heart Health

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www.mindbodygreen.com - Working long hours, especially more than 10 hours per day, can be exhausting. But those long hours could also have an impact on your heart health over time, according to a new study from the American…
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Your Nails Get UV Damage Too! Here's What To Do

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www.mindbodygreen.com - By now you likely know that your skin needs adequate protection from the sun: Not only can it cause skin cancer, but it can contribute to premature aging. You might also be aware that your hair and h…
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A new NY bill requiring certification is making waves in the doula community

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www.wellandgood.com - Doulas—trained professionals who provide physical and emotional support throughout a person’s pregnancy and into the postpartum period—have been helping people with the birth process (and beyond) for…
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Be a summer 'Poolhop' by swimming and lounging around the country—and get paid $10,000 for it

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www.wellandgood.com - Summer is here, temperatures have spiked, and it seems like just about everyone has caught a strong case of the travel bug. While you’re undoubtedly setting all the right travel alerts to ensure at l…
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Serco given new asylum housing contracts despite £6.8m fines

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www.theguardian.com - The outsourcing firm Serco was awarded new contracts to house vulnerable asylum seekers despite having been fined nearly £7m for previous failings, the Guardian can reveal. Responsibility for housing…
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Why You Shouldn't Wait For A Crisis To Go To Couples Therapy

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www.mindbodygreen.com - There are many understandable reasons that couples hesitate to go to therapy together. It can be difficult to open up about your most intimate problems to a stranger. For members of marginalized comm…
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UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia unlawful, court of appeal declares

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www.theguardian.com - British arms sales to Saudi Arabia have been ruled unlawful by the court of appeal in a critical judgment that also accused ministers of ignoring whether airstrikes that killed civilians in Yemen bro…
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'He never hit her in front of me again' – Donna Ferrato's domestic abuse photos

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www.theguardian.com - For nearly four decades, the photojournalist Donna Ferrato has documented the effects of domestic violence on abused women and their families. Her book and series Living with the Enemy is one of the …
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Yes, there is a such thing as using *too* many skin-care products

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www.wellandgood.com - A few months ago, when K-Beauty queen Charlotte Cho told me that the concept of the 10-step skin-care regimen was, in effect, totally misunderstood, my jaw dropped straight onto the table. For the la…
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I Finally Shifted To A Completely Whole Foods Diet & Have Never Felt Better — Here's Exactly How I Did It

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www.mindbodygreen.com - Remember I tried to eat "healthy" but still felt crummy? Turns out that my gut needed major repairs due to inflammation caused by all the junk food I was eating. After following the elimination diet,…
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The Evolution of Advertising Software Automation & Where Experts Think It’s Going Next

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instapage.com - What does advertising automation mean? A brief history of software automation Bid automation Content automation Facebook Automated Ads 3rd Party automation software Programmatic ad buying What is yet…
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Successful conclusion: paper positions basel 2019

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artdaily.com - BASEL.- Basel once again proved to be an international art hotspot with an high-quality audience. The second edition of paper positions basel ended yesterday with a successful balance: the Berlin art…
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How To Start Affiliate Marketing In 2019 – 3 Steps So Simple A Broke Person Can Follow

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duracmarketing.com - In this video, I want to share with you how to start affiliate marketing in 2019. You’ve probably heard a lot of talk about affiliate marketing, or maybe this is your first time hearing about it. Get…
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Now You Can Understand The Fundamentals Of SEO

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Timeless Fashion Tips To Keep You In Style

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Improve The Quality Of Your Life With These Financial Tips.

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durac.org - Read on for some tips on managing your personal finances. In this economy, spreading any savings you have around multiple locations is sound strategy. Put some of your money into traditional checking…
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Make Money In Gold With These Ideas.

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Avoid Zits Problems In The Future With These Tips

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What You Must Know About Choosing Your Hotel When Vacationing

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Shoe Information You Will Not Find Elsewhere

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How To Use Internet Marketing In A Skillful Manner

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Bigger Than Russia - Bitcoin Now 8th Largest World Currency

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bitcoinist.com - Still think Bitcoin is a passing fad? Here’s a news flash for you. At $8,940, it’s bigger than Russia’s monetary base. That makes Bitcoin the eighth largest currency in the world. And the price keeps…
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Will Longterm Travel Insurance Actually Save you Money?

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Get Great Results From Your Affiliate Program With These Suggestions

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