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Thursday, July 11, 2019

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Customers tell Burger King manager to 'go back to Mexico' after he speaks Spanish in restaurant

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thehill.com - In a video that has been making the rounds on social media, two women can be heard telling the Puerto Rican manager of a Burger King restaurant in Florida to “go back to Mexico” after they heard him …
SPORTS
MLB strike coming? Players ready if economic system doesn't improve

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www.usatoday.com - CLEVELAND — There are no threats, no allusions of intimidation ... really, not even raised voices. Yet there also is not the slightest tinge of fear. Major League Baseball players representing their …
SCIENCE
8 DOM features you didn’t know existed - LogRocket Blog

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blog.logrocket.com - With so much focus on tooling lately, it’s nice to take a break from all of the React and npm-install-everything posts and take a closer look at some pure DOM and Web API features that work in modern…
WORLD
Prisoners could get own keys as reward for good behaviour

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www.theguardian.com - Prisoners could be handed keys to their own cells to incentivise good behaviour, as well as a series of other benefits, under government plans that call on governors to put more emphasis on rewards a…
WORLD
This gay teen lost his asylum appeal & will be sent back to Iran where ‘they will execute me’

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www.lgbtqnation.com - A gay teen from Iran was told he has three weeks to leave Sweden after his asylum claim was rejected. Mehdi Shokr Khoda, 19, is Christian and said that he fears for his life if he is forced to go bac…
LEISURE
Why did Jeffrey Epstein build a temple on his private island?

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www.insider.com - The federal charges against Jeffrey Epstein, unsealed on Monday morning in New York City, open the latest chapter in the very public campaign to bring the financier to justice. They also underscore h…
POLITICS
MSNBC does epic supercut of Trump’s most idiotic moments in speeches

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www.rawstory.com - President Donald Trump had yet another flub when he went off script during what should have been a normal, basic speech. “The kidney, very special, the kidney has a very special place in the heart. I…
LEISURE
‘I hate this mission,’ says operator of new emergency shelter for migrant children

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www.washingtonpost.com - CARRIZO SPRINGS, Tex. — As he stood before reporters in a newly opened emergency shelter for unaccompanied migrant children, the chief executive of the contracting firm that could be paid up to $300 …
WORLD
Migrant mom recalls death of 19-month-old child in emotional testimony

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www.cnn.com - Washington (CNN)Yazmin Juarez, a mother whose toddler died weeks after they were released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody in 2018, recalled the death of her child in emotional testim…
SPORTS
'Acosta Enables Sex Trafficking' projected onto the Labor Department building

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thehill.com - Activists projected condemnations of Labor Secretary Alexander AcostaRene (Alex) Alexander AcostaFox's Napolitano predicts Acosta will be out as Labor secretary by end of week Miami Herald reporter w…
SCIENCE
Ridley: Rejoice, the Earth Is Becoming Greener

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humanprogress.org - Amid all the talk of an imminent planetary catastrophe caused by emissions of carbon dioxide, another fact is often ignored: global greening is happening faster than climate change. The amount of veg…
TECHNOLOGY
2013 Tesla Model S Beats Chevy, Toyota, and Cadillac for Ultimate Car of the Year Honors - MotorTrend

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www.motortrend.com - The audacity of Tesla still impresses. Prior to Elon Musk's leap of faith, the road to creating the first truly independent American mass-production automaker in the postwar era had only been littere…
TECHNOLOGY
Google Manipulating Search Suggestions to Hide Roundup’s Cancer Connection, Lawsuits

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thehighwire.com - Since Bayer’s merger with Monsanto, the company has had three Roundup cancer cases go to trial – and they have lost them all in spectacular fashion. Bayer AG is currently on the hook for $2.4B from j…
SCIENCE
Jeffrey Epstein appears to have exaggerated his donations to charity

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www.nbcnews.com - WASHINGTON — Press releases from Jeffrey Epstein's foundation paint the wealthy registered sex offender as a generous donor to large American hospitals, top research universities, and children's and …
POLITICS
Kamala Harris: Rape kit backlog can be cleared at cost of Trump golf trips

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www.usatoday.com - Sen. Kamala Harris said Thursday that if she wins the White House she’ll push Congress to spend hundreds of millions of dollars in her first term to help state law enforcement agencies process tens o…
WORLD
Feds prepare to arrest thousands of immigrant family members

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www.nytimes.com - Nationwide raids to arrest thousands of members of families who are in the country illegally have been scheduled to begin Sunday, according to one former and two current homeland security officials, …
TECHNOLOGY
3 Ways to Make the Most of First-Party Data

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loyalty360.org - Whether you reach customers through email, in-app, social media, or via remarketing, data is your ticket to ensure they stay engaged. And first-party data, which comes directly from the very customer…
SPORTS
Parents and Athletes : Learn The NCAA Division 1 Football Rules, Please

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medium.com - After over 17 years in the high school football space as a coach and over 12 years helping athletes with NUC Sports, I have come to a very sad conclusion. Parents and athletes have no clue what they …
SPORTS
JUNIOR MEMBERSHIP GIVEAWAY! - GolfPunkHQ

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www.golfpunkhq.com - We get a loads of stuff sent to us at GP Towers and a much of it doesn’t really get us going. One area sure to unite the team are any efforts to bring in young’uns into our beloved sport and on Sunda…
POLITICS
Ex-campaign aide alleges Trump kissed her without consent

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www.nbcnews.com - A former aide for President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign alleges in a lawsuit Monday that he kissed her without her consent at a rally in August that year. Alva Johnson, 43, alleges that Tru…
POLITICS
A Lawsuit by a Campaign Worker Is the Latest Challenge to Trump’s Nondisclosure Agreements

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www.newyorker.com - A staff member of Donald Trump’s 2016 Presidential campaign filed a lawsuit in federal court in Florida on Monday, alleging that she experienced “racial and gender discrimination” while working for t…
TECHNOLOGY
07-11-2019 - 62K GMB Gig? Using Gmb Dominator Interview with John

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archive.aweber.com - 62K GMB Gig? Using Gmb Dominator Interview with John Sent Thursday, July 11, 2019 How John scored a $62K GMB Gig using http://www.GmbDominator.com Interview revealing tons of secrets, on how you to c…
STORIES
Pope wants caring for the environment added to Catholic duties

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thehill.com - Pope FrancisPope FrancisPope Francis: 'No one is exempt' from helping migrants Pope 'profoundly saddened' by migrants' drowning in Rio Grande Moving into emergency mode on climate change MORE is call…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Family Reunions are Important, Fun - Gracefull by Dr Hopson

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gracefull.touchedbygraceministry.com - I’ve been hanging out at the Dixon-Goodlow family reunion this month and I had a ball! Yes, it is an annual thing but the more we do it, the more I know it’s important. Every year there are more and …
POLITICS
‘A risk to democracy’: North Carolina law may be violating secrecy of the ballot

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www.theguardian.com - North Carolina may be violating state and federal constitutional protections for the secret ballot in the US by tracing some of its citizens’ votes. The situation has arisen because North Carolina ha…
TECHNOLOGY
Diana West: Barr 'will keep a lid on questions about this Special Counsel investigation'

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www.conservativehq.com - Diana West, Special to ConservativeHQ.com | 6/5/19 Our friend Diana West, author of The Red Thread, a must-read book on the Communist ideological background of many of the Spygate scandal figures, ha…
WORLD
Facebook Suddenly Deletes Policy Permitting Death Threats Against People They Don't Like

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www.redstate.com - Facebook actually allows you to break the law and incite violence against their chosen targets. Civil War when? https://t.co/bkVw0BLzHw — Tim Pool (@Timcast) July 9, 2019 Facebook actually allows you…
BUSINESS
Europe's huge privacy fines against Marriott and British Airways are a warning for Google and Facebook

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www.cnbc.com - Arne Sorenson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Marriott International. British Airways and Marriott received the largest-ever fines under the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation this…
SCIENCE
The Shocking Truth — Managing for Hard Drive Failure and Data Corruption

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www.backblaze.com - Ah, the iconic 3.5″ hard drive, now approaching a massive 16TB of storage capacity. Backblaze storage pods fit 60 of these drives in a single pod, and with well over 750 petabytes of customer data un…
TECHNOLOGY
TPS Consulting Daily

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followme4.blogspot.com - Loyalty360 Reads: July 9, 2019 Shared by Loyalty360 loyalty360.org - Programs 11 Popular Rewards APIs Over at ProgrammableWeb, Joy Culberston has compiled a nifty list of rewards APIs. For instance, …
BUSINESS
Hospitality business Sonder confirms new investment, $1B+ valuation – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Sonder, which rents serviced apartments akin to boutique hotels, has raised $225 million at a valuation north of $1 billion, the company announced this morning. News of the round, which brings Sonder…
TECHNOLOGY
Boosted’s electric scooter is fast, durable, fun and…really heavy – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Boosted, the startup that got its beginnings with electric skateboards, has officially taken its first stab at electric scooters with the launch of the Boosted Rev. I’ve spent the last couple of week…
BUSINESS
VC firm Otium Venture becomes Frst and raises new fund – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - It’s a breakup of some sort, but with no hard feelings. The team behind Paris-based VC firm Otium Venture is creating a new management company called Frst and raising a new fund. But first, let’s tal…
TECHNOLOGY
US Commerce still blacklists Huawei but with eased limits

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androidcommunity.com - The challenges Huawei is facing won’t be over soon. The US hasn’t really lifted the ban as the top Chinese OEM is still part of the Entity List. It’s a list of brands that can’t directly do business …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Hurdy Gurdy Man: Rock Star of the Medieval Music Scene

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www.ancient-origins.net - The hurdy gurdy is a musical instrument, or more precisely, a string instrument, that traces its origin to the Middle Ages of Europe. The hurdy gurdy was initially used to play sacred music, before b…
TECHNOLOGY
Google is Evil - Joel Comm

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joelcomm.com - I’ve had enough of Google. Larry and Sergey came up with a great search engine. The motto “Don’t be evil” was woven into the fabric of their products. Until it wasn’t. And now it isn’t. I was a big f…
HEALTH
Un parásito se metió en su lente de contacto y así quedó ciego de un ojo

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eldiariony.com - “Pasé de ir al gimnasio cada dos días y jugar fútbol tres veces por semana, a quedarme en casa por seis meses y perder la voluntad de vivir“. Estas son las palabras que Nick Humphreys, un inglés de 2…
TECHNOLOGY
Eavesdropping flaw prompts Apple to suspend Walkie-Talkie app

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arstechnica.com - Apple has suspended use of the Walkie-Talkie app in the Apple Watch until the company fixes a recently discovered vulnerability that could let someone listen to a person’s iPhone without permission, …
TECHNOLOGY
Catalyst deep dive: The future of Mac software according to Apple and devs

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arstechnica.com - SAN JOSE, Calif.—When Apple revealed macOS Catalina at WWDC this month, one related announcement drew considerable interest from Mac users and developers alike: a new way to turn iPad apps into fully…
BUSINESS
There’s a big problem with Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency

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arstechnica.com - Mark Zuckerberg is known for his boundless ambition. He's had a longstanding fascination with Caesar Augustus, the Roman emperor who (in Zuckerberg's words) "established 200 years of world peace." So…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
The Great Hack was one of the wildest movies I saw at Sundance – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The trailer is out for Netflix doc The Great Hack, an early cut of which was screened at Sundance this year. I saw that cut during the fest and it was one of the wildest of a second wave of films try…
WORLD
House Moves Again to Cut Off Support to Saudi War in Yemen

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www.nytimes.com - “We have to, at this moment, have a check on this president,” said Representative Ro Khanna, Democrat of California and the author of the Yemen amendment. “There is no priority higher than stopping w…
SCIENCE
Making wearables matter: Blood pressure monitoring could be the tipping point – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Today’s wearables are still designed for the healthy and wealthy, not those who could benefit the most. Medical wearables offer the potential to collect health data and improve health via a combinati…
TECHNOLOGY
SEC approves 1st consumer RegA+ token Props for cross-app rewards – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - After cracking down on ICOs, the SEC just okayed the first two RegA+ tokens that offer an alternative way for anyone to gain a financial stake in a company, even unaccredited investors. Blockstack go…
TECHNOLOGY
How Roblox avoided the gaming graveyard and grew into a $2.5B company – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - There are successful companies that grow fast and garner tons of press. Then there’s Roblox, a company which took at least a decade to hit its stride and has, relative to its current level of success…
BUSINESS
India’s Rivigo raises $65M to expand its freight and logistics platform – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Rivigo, a tech startup in India that wants to build a more reliable and safer logistics network, has raised $65 million as major investors continue to place big bets on opportunities in overhauling t…
TECHNOLOGY
Steam Labs lets you peek into Valve’s experimental projects – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Like most companies, much of what Valve tinkers with behind the scenes never sees the light of day. Concepts are born, torn apart and rebuilt, and sometimes tossed away without anyone outside the com…
SCIENCE
Twitter will start testing its ‘hide replies’ feature next week, in Canada – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Twitter users are getting more control over which comments are visible in the conversations they start. The company has been testing and talking about this feature since earlier this year, but starti…
TECHNOLOGY
GetAccept’s workflow and e-signature platform for sales secures $7M Series A funding – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Many years ago every sales deal was sealed with a handshake between two people. Today, digitization has moved into the sales process, but it hasn’t necessarily improved the experience. In fact, it’s …
BUSINESS
N26 launches its challenger bank in the US – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - European fintech startup N26 is now accepting customers in the U.S. The company is launching a bank account with a debit card that should provide a better experience compared to traditional retail ba…
BUSINESS
Signavio raises $177M at a $400M valuation for its business process automation solutions – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Robotic Process Automation has been the name of the game in enterprise software lately — with organizations using advances in machine learning algorithms and other kinds of AI alongside big-data anal…
TECHNOLOGY
Attend TC Sessions: Enterprise and score a free pass to Disrupt SF 2019 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - We can’t wait to dig into the competitive, high-stakes world of enterprise software at TC Sessions: Enterprise 2019 on September 5 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. We’re chann…
WORLD
Unraveling immigration politics and Silicon Valley ethics with Jaclyn Friedman – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Immigration may not seem to be a tech issue. But for Americans with some personal or family experience with the idea of separated families and/or concentration camps, it can be hard to see what is cu…
TECHNOLOGY
Google is investigating the source of voice data leak, plans to update its privacy policies – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Google has responded to a report this week from Belgian public broadcaster VRT NWS, which revealed that contractors were given access to Google Assistant voice recordings, including those which conta…
TECHNOLOGY
Google Maps now shows users discounts from nearby restaurants in India – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Google said today that it has started to display discounts from restaurants in its Maps app in India as the Mountain View giant works to expand its ever growing reach and relevance in one of its key …
BUSINESS
Online community theAsianparent raises Series C to add e-commerce and expand into new markets – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - TheAsianparent, Southeast Asia’s largest online community and content platform for mothers with 23.5 million monthly active users, announced today that it has raised a Series C led by Fosun Group, th…
BUSINESS
Luminar eyes production vehicles with $100M round and new Iris lidar platform – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Luminar is one of the major players in the new crop of lidar companies that have sprung up all over the world, and it’s moving fast to outpace its peers. Today the company announced a new $100 millio…
TECHNOLOGY
OneTrust raises $200M at a $1.3B valuation to help organizations navigate online privacy rules – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - GDPR, and the newer California Consumer Privacy Act, have given a legal bite to ongoing developments in online privacy and data protection: it’s always good practice for companies with an online pres…
BUSINESS
Buy a Startup Alley Exhibitor Package at Disrupt Berlin 2019 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - We’re opening the doors for you to showcase your tech and talent to the international startup community at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2019 on 11-12 December. How? Buy a Startup Alley Exhibitor Package…
TECHNOLOGY
Swit, a collaboration suite that offers ‘freedom from integrations,’ raises $6 million in seed funding – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A marketplace dominated by Slack and Microsoft Teams, along with a host of other smaller workplace communication apps, might seem to leave little room for a new entrant, but Swit wants to prove that …
LEISURE
Presso is piloting dry cleaning vending machines at midwestern hotels – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Hotel dry-cleaning is the absolute worst. Seriously. Have you ever attempted to get clothes cleaned on the road? You’ll routinely end up paying $10-15 per shirt. As someone who travels a lot for busi…
SCIENCE
Three great opportunities for startups in the entertainment space – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - With over-the-top (OTT) changing the way we consume entertainment across devices, most of the media attention is going to the big players trying to elbow their way into the streaming space with big n…
SCIENCE
Hayabusa2 lands on an asteroid and sends back amazing pictures to prove it – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Japan’s Hayabusa2 mission to the asteroid Ryugu is an ambitious one to begin with, and the team recently made the decision to up the stakes with a second touchdown on the space rock’s surface. Not on…
SCIENCE
Andrew Ng to talk about how AI will transform business at TC Sessions: Enterprise – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - When it comes to applying AI to the world around us, Andrew Ng has few if any peers. We are delighted to announce that the renowned founder, investor, AI expert and Stanford professor will join us on…
TECHNOLOGY
Apple opens app design and development accelerator in China – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Apple has opened a design and development accelerator in Shanghai — its first for China — to help local developers create better apps as the iPhone maker looks to scale its services business in one o…
SPORTS
‘Robot umpires’ make independent league baseball debut – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Four months after being announced, so-called “robotic umpires” have made their debut in baseball’s Atlantic League. The addition is one of several tweaks currently being piloted in the independent le…
TECHNOLOGY
New Google Area 120 project Shoelace aims to connect people around shared interests – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A new project from Google’s in-house incubator, Area 120, aims to help people find things to do and others who share your same interests. Through a new app called Shoelace — a name designed to make y…
BUSINESS
Walmart-owned Sam’s Club launches same-day pickup across the U.S. – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Walmart’s grocery pickup business has been scaling quickly in recent years, and is now on track to reach 3,100 U.S. stores by year-end. Now, Walmart’s Sam’s Club business is making its own move to sa…
BUSINESS
Runa Capital closes $70M for its third fund aimed at early-stage ‘deep tech’ – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Runa Capital, an international VC firm headquartered in Silicon Valley, has now closed $70 million for its third fund aimed at backing early-stage startups in so-called “deep tech.” There are rumors …
TECHNOLOGY
YouTube is giving creators more ways to make money – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - YouTube is rolling out more ways for its creators to engage fans and generate revenue, the company announced today the VidCon event in Anaheim, California. Last year, YouTube used the event to launch…
TECHNOLOGY
Facebook tries to make ad targeting explanations more useful – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Facebook has been adding new tools to provide more transparency about why users are seeing certain ads and content (and what they can do about it), but in a blog post today, Product Manager Sreethu T…
SCIENCE
Demetrix raises $50 million to brew cannabis – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - With skyrocketing demand for consumer products and renewed research into its medicinal value, cannabis is having a moment. The quasi-legalization of marijuana created a gold rush for the industry, an…
WORLD
U.S. allies hold breakfast for departing British ambassador — and ‘the message is clear’

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www.washingtonpost.com - By Karen DeYoung Karen DeYoung Associate editor and senior national security correspondent Email Bio Follow July 11 at 1:19 PM In what one European diplomat called a subtle but “pretty clear” message…
TECHNOLOGY
Nanoinfluencer marketing 101: How I got 1000 engaged followers in 30 days

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sproutsocial.com - Are you looking to become an influencer with a supportive community of followers and sought after brand partnerships? Read on to learn about how I used Instagram to share my passion and connect with …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
How to use Instagram Stories for your brand – Learn

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www.canva.com - Since Instagram launched in 2016, it’s fast becoming a popular platform that brands use to connect with both existing and potential customers. All stories—regardless of their format—are an opportunit…
WORLD
How Trump's labor secretary is integral to understanding the Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse scandal

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www.cnn.com - "I think that they just felt overwhelmed. They shirked their responsibility. They weren't up for the fight. They were afraid," Spencer Kuvin, an attorney for three of Epstein's victims, said of Acost…
TECHNOLOGY
Instagram bio ideas and tips for maximizing your account

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sproutsocial.com - Racking your brain trying to write the perfect Instagram bio? Because those 150 characters represent one of the most important components of your Instagram presence. After all, it’s the first thing y…
EDUCATION
School by day, assembly line by night: How teachers in South Carolina make ends meet

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www.nbcnews.com - But none of their gigs on school grounds pays them as much on an hourly basis as Nephron, where they make $21 an hour. In interviews with almost a dozen educators who moonlight at the factory, teache…
LEISURE
How To Relax Your Mind After a Ridiculously Hard Day at Work

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everydaypower.com - Had a ridiculously hard day at work? Check out this guide for some simple ways to relax your mind after a crazy, hazy day on the job. “I’ve had The. Most. Ridiculous. Day.” How often do you utter the…
SPORTS
Steam turns to AI to help users find gems amid thousands of games

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arstechnica.com - For years now, Valve has been testing new approaches to filter the glut of Steam games down to the ones in which individual users are most likely to show an interest. To that end, the company is toda…
TECHNOLOGY
Website driveby attacks on routers are alive and well. Here’s what to do

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arstechnica.com - D-Link's DI-514 802.11b router. It was a perfectly cromulent router for its time... but those were dark days, friend, dark days indeed. Website driveby attacks that try to boobytrap visitors’ routers…
SPORTS
Dragon Quest Builders 2 review: Building on success

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arstechnica.com - Third-person building still looks and feels mostly the same as before, though the camera is less frustrating in enclosed places. There are lots of different kinds of blocks that give spaces more char…
TECHNOLOGY
Apple updates entry-level MacBook Air and Pro, discontinues MacBook

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arstechnica.com - Today, Apple refreshed much of its entry-level laptop lineup in time for a "Back to School" push that includes slashed prices for educators and students. The initiative some other perks, too, like a …
SCIENCE
Signs from above: Drone with projector successfully trolls car AI

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arstechnica.com - After a recent demo using GNSS spoofing confused a Tesla, a researcher from Cyber@BGU reached out about an alternative bit of car tech foolery. The Cyber@GBU team recently demonstrated an exploit aga…
SCIENCE
Savage tick-clone armies are sucking cows to death; experts fear for humans

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arstechnica.com - Ravenous swarms of cloned ticks have killed a fifth cow in North Carolina by exsanguination—that is, by draining it of blood—the state’s Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services warned this we…
ADULT
ICANN eliminates .org domain price caps despite lopsided opposition

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arstechnica.com - Earlier this year, ICANN sought public comment on a new contract for the Public Interest Registry, the non-profit organization that administers the .org top-level domain. The results were stark. More…
TECHNOLOGY
Amazon confirms it keeps your Alexa recordings basically forever

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arstechnica.com - If you (like so many of us) hate listening to recordings of your own voice, you may be in for an unpleasant future, as Amazon has confirmed it hangs on to every conversation you've ever had with an A…
TECHNOLOGY
Domino’s will start robot pizza deliveries in Houston this year

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arstechnica.com - Domino's will begin delivering pizza using self-driving robots in the Houston area later this year, the company announced on Monday. The company will use delivery vehicles from the Silicon Valley sta…
SCIENCE
Here’s a reality check on NASA’s Artemis Moon landing program

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arstechnica.com - On Tuesday morning, NASA conducted what appears to have been a highly successful test of the launch escape system for its Orion capsule—a piece of the hardware needed to safely fly humans to the Moon…
TECHNOLOGY
DeepMind AI takes on the public in StarCraft II multiplayer

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arstechnica.com - Google's DeepMind is making its state-of-the-art AI play StarCraft II again. We previously saw the AI, called "AlphaStar," take on pro StarCraft II players in show matches, but now AlphaStar is ready…
WORLD
DOD, Lockheed Martin aim to extend fighter jets’ punch with new long-range missile

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arstechnica.com - It has been more than a decade since the US retired its last officially designated long-range air-to-air missile, the AIM-54 Phoenix—a Cold War-era weapon that could be used to take on multiple targe…
TECHNOLOGY
Frontier customer bought his own router—but has to pay $10 rental fee anyway

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arstechnica.com - Buying your own router instead of renting one from an ISP is one of the few reliable ways to save money on a broadband bill. But what if you buy and use your own router and the broadband provider sti…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Fixing the past: The art of collecting pinball machines

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arstechnica.com - Inside this concrete slab hides the biggest collection of the rarest pinball and electromechanical games ever made. This was taken by standing on a chair in one corner of the venue. You can get a sen…
SCIENCE
Your eyes are the key to distracted driving, not your brain

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arstechnica.com - The key to avoiding distracted driving is simple, according to new research from MIT: just keep your eyes on the road and look where you're going. That might sound horribly obvious, given "look where…
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AC/DC: It’s Tesla duking it out with Edison in The Current War trailer

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arstechnica.com - In The Current War, brilliant inventors and arch-rivals Thomas Edison (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Nikola Tesla (Nicholas Hoult) engage in increasingly vicious tactics in the battle to determine whethe…
BUSINESS
879% drug price hike is one of 3,400 in 2019 so far; rate of hikes increasing

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arstechnica.com - Pharmaceutical companies raised the prices of more than 3,400 drugs in the first half of 2019, surpassing the number of drug hikes they imposed during the same period last year, according to an analy…
TECHNOLOGY
Boom-shaka-laka: Call of Duty’s new “Gunfight” mode is like NBA Jam with guns

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arstechnica.com - LOS ANGELES—This spring, I visited game studio Infinity Ward to learn about its upcoming "reimagining" of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. During the reveal event, the studio's reps mentioned multiple "…
SCIENCE
In a great year for space music, Quindar’s Hip Mobility most puts us in orbit

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arstechnica.com - The archival media inspiring Quindar came from the Skylab and Apollo missions. This image is from Skylab: since those three missions were the longest ever conducted in low Earth orbit, one of the top…
LEISURE
Man ridicules Olive Garden’s demand letter over trademark dispute

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arstechnica.com - The blogger in question, Vincent "Vino" Malone, is the proprietor of AllOfGarden.com, a website that chronicles a quest to eat as much Olive Garden pasta as possible (via the Never Ending Pasta Pass).
TECHNOLOGY
Google Stadia exec isn’t worried about data caps—but he probably should be

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arstechnica.com - The Google executive in charge of the company's new Stadia game-streaming service says he thinks data caps won't be a problem—but his prediction largely depends on the generosity of ISPs. In an inter…
WORLD
Russian spy sub crew prevented nuclear accident at cost of their lives

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arstechnica.com - On July 1, 14 Russian sailors—most of them senior officers with ranks equivalent to captain, commander, or lieutenant commander in the US Navy—died in an accident aboard a small nuclear-powered subma…
SCIENCE
Space and booze, an anecdotal history

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arstechnica.com - The final tasting arrived in these appropriately science-y vials... NEW ORLEANS—"Half a century ago, this was an essential part of spaceman culture," said Jeffrey Kluger, senior writer at Time and au…
LEISURE
Big Dairy is trying to get teens hooked on lattes to boost milk sales

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arstechnica.com - Amid decades-long souring of milk sales in the United States, big dairy groups have now turned to sponsoring coffee bars in high schools to help skim profits from the trendy—and milk-heavy—latte drin…
TECHNOLOGY
Facebook denies allegations that you make friends on Facebook

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arstechnica.com - Facebook is vigorously defending itself against a lawsuit brought by the attorney general of the District of Columbia—so vigorously, in fact, that it's basically claiming not to be a social network a…
TECHNOLOGY
NASA’s restored Apollo Mission Control is a slice of ’60s life, frozen in amber

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arstechnica.com - Standing at the top row of the MOCR looking forward. The consoles are all lit via internal LEDs powered by a Crestron commercial lighting system, and the positions are all dressed to appear as if the…
LEISURE
The helicopter team that films the Tour de France is one of a kind

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arstechnica.com - Since 1999, Hélicoptères de France has filmed the Tour de France. HdF uses a trio of AS355 and AS350 Écureuil helicopters to film the race. The AS355s are the ones that do the actual filming, with a …
SCIENCE
No more lumps: Let physics be your guide to making the perfect crepe

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arstechnica.com - Order a crepe from a professional vendor and they'll likely cook it on a blade, a flat heated surface that distributes the batter evenly to get just the right consistency in the final crepe: uniform …
LEISURE
Defense of Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop offers case study on how to sell snake oil

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arstechnica.com - This week, Gwyneth Paltrow’s high-profile lifestyle and e-commerce site, Goop, gave birth to a beautiful gift to the Internet—and it wasn’t a moon-powered vagina egg that invigorates our mystical “li…
ADULT
Carmen Jara responde a Chiquis Rivera: A ella hay que ponerle “la cirquera”

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www.telemundo.com - Miami, Fl – La guerra entre Carmen Jara y Chiquis Rivera se pone cada vez más candente. La sonorense explotó después de que la hija de Jenni Rivera reaccionara a los comentarios sobre su boda. Jara s…
ENVIRONMENT
La profecía que asegura que el 20 de julio haremos contacto con extraterrestres

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www.telemundo.com - Francisco Cándido Xavier, mejor conocido como “Chico Xavier”, fue un famoso médium brasileño que se encargó de realizar diversas profecías acerca de cosas extraordinarias que ocurrirían en el mundo, …
HEALTH
¿Es sano que los adolescentes se realicen cirugías cosméticas?

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laopinion.com - En los últimos años son muchos los adolescentes, más que todo las niñas, que se han visto interesados en las cirugías cosméticas para modificar su cuerpo y rostro. Que el adolescente quieran realizar…
LEISURE
Taxista se niega a dar servicio a pasajeras por oler en exceso a ajo

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laopinion.com - Un video que está circulando en redes y que fue captado por un taxista de la ciudad rusa de Maikop se ha vuelto viral debido a la mala actitud de este chofer, aunque algunos también consideran que la…
BUSINESS
Bitcoin Price: Trader Who Called 2019 Rally Says 80% Correction Possible

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cointelegraph.com - Bitcoin price (BTC) closed just below weekly resistance to start this week on a more bearish note, but still held support above $11,000 on July 8. Market visualization courtesy of Coin360 Data from C…
SCIENCE
Blockchain for Food, How the Industry Makes Use of the Technology

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cointelegraph.com - As blockchain continues to push for mass adoption, the food and beverage industry is shaping up to be one of the most inclusive destinations for the technology: Just over the past few months, a varie…
BUSINESS
European Central Bank Exec Calls for Fast Regulatory Action Regarding Libra

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cointelegraph.com - European Central Bank executive board member Benoit Coeure said that financial regulators must act fast to prepare for Facebook’s Libra stablecoin, Bloomberg reports on July 7. Per Bloomberg, Coeure …
BUSINESS
Singapore Wants to Drop VAT for Transacting in Cryptocurrencies

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cointelegraph.com - Singapore plans to exempt cryptocurrencies that are intended to function as a medium of exchange from Goods and Services Tax (GST) — the local equivalent of Value-Added Tax (VAT). The news was reveal…
SCIENCE
Health care teams turn to CBD oil to treat difficult symptoms of dementia

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www.ctvnews.ca - Aggression and other disruptive behaviours linked to Alzheimer’s disease are notoriously difficult to treat, sometimes leading to patients being restrained or medically sedated, but some doctors are …
SCIENCE
Design Ethics Vs Dark Side UX

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shakuro.com - Design itself is a persuasive technique. So there should be no surprise when some of us go over the board with the intensity of persuasion we are ready to throw at people. Dark patterns are just an i…
LEISURE
Freelancers: 5 Ways To Lose Your Clients - Hongkiat

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www.hongkiat.com - Clients are a feared group of people who freelancers depend greatly upon . Some clients are incredibly easy to work with; they say what they mean and mean what they say, and they never pay late. Othe…
TECHNOLOGY
Zoom fixes major Mac webcam security flaw with emergency patch

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www.theverge.com - Video conferencing provider Zoom has pushed out an emergency patch to address the zero-day vulnerability for Mac users that could potentially expose a live webcam feed to an attacker, launching you i…
BUSINESS
Underground robot lair newest ploy in fast urban delivery | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - It wasn't long ago that using robots in warehouse distribution and fulfillment centers seemed fanciful. Then Amazon came along and bought Kiva, the robotics pioneer that went on to give Bezos an edge…
LEISURE
Africville Museum

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www.atlasobscura.com - In the late 1700s, following the American Revolutionary War, the British provided black Loyalist soldiers with land north of Halifax. This community grew, and by the 1860s it became known as Africvil…
SCIENCE
This is the scariest, most counterintuitive thing astronauts have to do in space

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www.fastcompany.com - This is the 41st 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…
LEISURE
Jimmy Kimmel Mocks Trump Over Strip Club Event: ‘Can You Imagine If Barack Obama’ Did This?

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www.thedailybeast.com - On Wednesday night, Jimmy Kimmel—the only late-night host not on vacation this week—began his monologue by poking fun at President Trump’s tweets lambasting the “radical left” for calling for boycott…
SCIENCE
New Designs Could Boost Solar Cells Beyond Their Limits

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www.wired.com - The sun blankets the Earth with enough photons every hour to meet the entire world’s energy needs for a year. The question is how to efficiently convert them into electricity. Even under small-scale …
SCIENCE
6,000-Year-Old Budj Bim Named Australia’s First ‘Purely Cultural’ World Heritage Site

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www.ancient-origins.net - UNESCO has given a 6,000-year-old Aboriginal cultural landscape called the Budj Bim archaeological site in Victoria, Australia the status of a World Heritage Site. They have acknowledged the national…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
HBO's 'Years and Years' Unlocks Sci-Fi's Ultimate Potential

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www.wired.com - Some of the science fiction flourishes in the new HBO miniseries Years and Years are deft-but-familiar technological signifiers of a near future—a smart speaker named Señor has telephonic and IoT ski…
SCIENCE
The Metamorphosis

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www.theatlantic.com - Many public projections of AI have the attributes of science fiction. But in the real world, there are many hopeful trends. AI will make fundamental positive contributions in vital areas such as heal…
SCIENCE
MIT's crazy laser can beam adverts directly into your ears – Fanatical Futurist by International Keynote Speaker Matthew Griffin

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www.fanaticalfuturist.com - WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF We now have the technology to beam sound directly into people’s ears, and future admen can’t wait to get hold of the tech. Interested in the future and want to experience ev…
POLITICS
The Devastation of Black Wall Street | JSTOR Daily

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daily.jstor.org - In 1921, Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Greenwood District, known as Black Wall Street, was one of the most prosperous African-American communities in the United States. But on May 31 of that year, the Tulsa Trib…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
New "Rise of Skywalker" Sith Troopers are first harbingers of Emperor Palpatine's return in "Star Wars: Episode IX"

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www.newsweek.com - On Wednesday, the official Star Wars site unveiled the Sith Trooper, a new variation on the stormtroopers that make up the bulk of Galactic Republic, Galactic Empire and First Order armies throughout…
SCIENCE
3D-printed human skin and bone could save astronauts on Mars

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futurism.com - Scientists from the University Hospital of Dresden Technical University (TUD) in Germany just 3D printed skin and bone samples to see if astronauts on Mars could use the technology in low-gravity env…
ENVIRONMENT
Norte Chico: The First Civilization in the Americas?

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www.ancient-origins.net - The Norte Chico Civilization was an ancient civilization/complex society belonging to the Pre-Columbian era. This civilization flourished in Peru about 5000 years ago, and is believed to be the oldes…
POLITICS
The Window to Rein In Facial Recognition Is Closing

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www.wired.com - In the wake of jarring revelations about how United States law enforcement agencies have deployed facial recognition, Congress seemed, for a moment, galvanized to act. Based on a Homeland Security Co…
SCIENCE
17 'facts' about space and Earth that you thought were true — but have been debunked by science

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www.businessinsider.com - This is only partly true, as the science behind Earth's ocean tides is anything but straightforward. The moon does affect ocean water, but that force at any one point is about 1/10,000,000th Earth's …
SPORTS
'Stranger Things 3' May Have Revealed a Terrifying New Mind Flayer Ability

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www.inverse.com - Stranger Things has some explaining to do. Eleven’s Season 3 journey focused on defeating the Mind Flayer once and for all, which meant relying heavily on her powers. Then in the pivotal Season 3 fin…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Guy Steals iPhone, Posts Selfie to Owner’s Instagram Account

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www.lightstalking.com - Stealing isn’t the smartest thing to begin but posting your selfie to the victim’s Instagram account really underscores how lacking in brain cells a thief can be. Photo by Mateusz Dach from Pexels. P…
SCIENCE
The Moon and Its Atmosphere: What You May Not Know

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www.ancient-origins.net - Many people are convinced the Moon lacks an atmosphere. They believe it is directly exposed to the vacuum of space. But this is incorrect. In fact, there is an atmosphere on the Moon. It is far less …
TECHNOLOGY
Dr. Mario puzzle game now available for Android devices

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androidcommunity.com - If you’re already fed up with Candy Crush and various match 3 puzzle games but you’re a fan of arguably the most popular Nintendo character, Super Mario, this new game might be a good time-waster. Dr…
TECHNOLOGY
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 specs made public before official launch

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androidcommunity.com - Samsung isn’t making an official and public announcement yet but we have information about the upcoming Galaxy Tab S6. The new Android tablet will be unveiled soon. We got a glimpse of it yesterday a…
TECHNOLOGY
Android Q Beta 5 released and then paused

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androidcommunity.com - The Android Q Beta 5 is out. We’ve been hearing about the last Beta version but it’s only now that Google’s Android team is releasing the update. This is one is close to the final release and we have…
SCIENCE
Google Translate instant camera translation gets improved features

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androidcommunity.com - Having an app on your phone with real-time translation powers is pretty useful especially if you travel a lot and you’re not that familiar with the language there. When Google Translate introduced th…
TECHNOLOGY
Nest smartwatch apps not available anymore for Wear OS devices

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androidcommunity.com - It was a bit confusing for some people that Google and Nest were still using separate branding even if they’re under one company. It looks like they’re finally coming under one unified brand which is…
TECHNOLOGY
TicWatch Pro 4G / LTE now available in the US

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androidcommunity.com - The TicWatch Pro that Mobvoi released last year was pretty well received, particularly because of its dual display that lets you maximize its battery life when needed. Now they have announced the sec…
TECHNOLOGY
Agent Smith malware keeps on harming millions of Android devices

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androidcommunity.com - Check Point Researchers know where to look and what to do. The team has recently discovered a vulnerability among Android phones mainly of those living in India. Other countries like Bangladesh and P…
TECHNOLOGY
AT&T consumers to automatically have call protect features

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androidcommunity.com - Just las month, the FCC ruled that carriers should automatically have call blocking features for their users to help get rid of those pesky robocalls and spam calls. Now AT&T has announced that they …
TECHNOLOGY
Google allegedly lets contractors listen to Google Assistant recordings

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androidcommunity.com - If you think you’re safe from prying ears since you didn’t say any trigger word for your Google Assistant, time and time again we’re seeing evidence that these tech giants are not very mindful of our…
TECHNOLOGY
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ in different colors surface online

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androidcommunity.com - In less than a month, we’re expecting the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be unveiled. It will roll out together with the Note 10+ which was called earlier as the Note 10 Pro. The Note 10 series has been…
ENVIRONMENT
San Francisco: wealthy opponents of new shelter claim homeless are bad for environment

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www.theguardian.com - The wealthy San Francisco residents who launched a crowdfunding campaign to block construction of a new homeless shelter in their waterfront neighborhood are employing a new tactic: arguing that home…
TECHNOLOGY
How to spot fake 'deals' on Amazon Prime Day (and every other day)

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mashable.com - Amazon's favorite made-up holiday is upon us, and that means you're about to be bombarded by "deals." Whether it's Prime Day sales or other retailers hopping on Amazon's bandwagon, it can seem like t…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Macy’s Launches the Second Installment of STORY for an “Outdoor” Instore Experience

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loyalty360.org - Experiential retail is on trend this summer. For traditional brick-and-mortar retailers, creating elaborate instore experiences is way to offer consumers something that isn’t readily available throug…
BUSINESS
Sally Beauty Enlists SMG for CX Data

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loyalty360.org - We’ve heard from a number of brands who develop tech inhouse, which ensures flexibility, but partnering for technology solutions is still the norm. In that vein, Service Management Group (SMG) has an…
LEISURE
AP 1076: How and Where Do I Focus My Time Across Multiple Interests?

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www.smartpassiveincome.com - Pat: What’s up, everybody? Pat Flynn here, and welcome to Episode 1076 of Ask Pat 2.0. You’re about to listen in on a coaching call between myself and an entrepreneur just like you. And today, we’re …
POLITICS
Career Feds Publicly Defy Trump Administration Over Climate Change

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www.govexec.com - Two federal employees this week engaged in high-profile acts of protest against the Trump administration’s handling of climate change, choosing to shine a light on an issue that has driven a wedge be…
SCIENCE
Breakthrough Technologies Offer Enormous Opportunity for Federal Leaders—If They Seize It

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www.govexec.com - The world is in the midst of a technological revolution. Rapid developments in artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, edge and quantum computing, autonomous vehicles, precision medic…
WORLD
Border Patrol Condemns Secret Facebook Group, but Reveals Few Specifics

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www.propublica.org - Long known for its insular culture and tendency toward secrecy, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency is saying little in the aftermath of news reports exposing a vulgar and hateful Facebook …
TECHNOLOGY
Amazon Music Growth Outpaces Spotify, Apple Music - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - A new report says that Amazon is growing subscribers for its music service faster than market leaders Spotify and Apple. Spotify still dominates from a subscriber number perspective, of course. But A…
SPORTS
One Lucky Reader Will Win a Trip to Africa with Leadership Author

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www.prweb.com - There are countless people on this planet that just need a spark in their life. Known for defining CEO as Constantly Elevating Others, Duane Cummings lives life with a single purpose, “To Serve Other…
LEISURE
07-11-2019 - [X&Y] Does Getting Better With Women Sound Overwhelming? Read This...

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archive.aweber.com - ===== WHAT'S INSIDE: Have you ever felt overwhelmed when it comes to the process of learning about women and succeeding with them? Rest assured you're not alone...and believe me, there's good news. =…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Official Blog Of Scot McKay | Dating And Relationship Advice For Men And Women

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edumckaytion.com - Filed Under Being Cool, Hilarious, Life, Men Attracting Women, Pillar Articles, Women Attracting Men Astonishingly, there’s very little on the web addressing the topic du jour. Mostly, it’s a few qui…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Now you can experiment with OpenAI's "dangerous" fake news AI

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futurism.com - When OpenAI, the AI research organization founded by Elon Musk, created a text-generating AI system called GPT-2, the group said it was too dangerous to be released lest it be used to create propagan…
LEISURE
New Rules Introduced in Rome Target Inconsiderate Behaviors of Tourists and Residents

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www.italymagazine.com - It may seem silly having to instruct people to refrain from certain behaviors, when common sense and good manners would suffice to prevent them from happening, and yet: Rome has recently introduced a…
LEISURE
Tinazzi: 'Vino Rosso? Freddo!' - Decanter

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www.decanter.com - August: the hottest month of the year. The most pleasant thing to do is to go out in the evening: have an aperitif, have dinner, put something on the barbecue, eat some fresh fish and drink… red wine!
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
#QAnon is BACK and with a VENGEANCE! #NewQ #GreatAwakening #NEONREVOLT

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www.neonrevolt.com - Haven’t had to do one of these in a while… So for those living under a rock, #QAnon came back, and in a big way tonight, giving us over 30 new drops! There’s a lot to go over, so I want to jump right…
LEISURE
The Strange Case Of Chrystia Freeland And The Failure Of The "Super Elite"

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www.zerohedge.com - Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland has become a bit of a living parody of everything wrong with the detached technocratic neo-liberal order which has driven the world through 50 years of pos…
WORLD
Does Trump Have the Balls to Hold the Deep State Accountable? - Global Research

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www.globalresearch.ca - It is a known fact that the orchestration of Russiagate, a hoax perpetrated on the American people and the world by the military/security complex, Democratic Party, and US presstitutes, required high…
BUSINESS
Exodus: Brits Abandon Facebook As Usage Plummets

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www.zerohedge.com - Facebook activity among Britons has crashed by more than one third over the past 12 months, according to the analytics firm Mixpanel, first reported by The Daily Telegraph. Since June 2018, several m…
TECHNOLOGY
How SHAKEN/STIR caller verification will identify robocallers for you

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www.usatoday.com - Today, a Robocall Summit hosted by the Federal Communications Commission will serve as a progress report on what major phone carriers are doing to protect you from those incessant robocalls interrupt…
WORLD
Guest Post: Inside the Migration Deep State – by Chris Deliso #QAnon #GreatAwakening #NEONREVOLT

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www.neonrevolt.com - NEON here. Today, we’re doing something a bit different; something I’ve never done here before on the site, and that’s featuring the work of a guest researcher! This article was written by Chris Deli…
SPORTS
JB Morin on Sprint Forces and Hamstring Risk Factors: Just Fly Performance Podcast #158 - 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 …
BUSINESS
"It's Going To Be Carnage" - Deutsche Begins Culling 18,000 Employees - Global Research

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www.globalresearch.ca - Update (9 am ET): Deutsche Bank shares have continued to sell off ahead of the US market open. They were recently off 5% at a new session low, as the bank’s shareholders have apparently realized that…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
AC/DC Frontman BRIAN JOHNSON's Music Series 'A Life On The Road' To Make Its U.S. Debut On AXS TV

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www.blabbermouth.net - AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson is "rocking all the way" across the globe to sit down with some of the most influential artists in music, as AXS TV presents the popular rock-and-talk series "Brian Johns…
WORLD
Acosta, Who Cut Deal With Epstein, Tried to Slash Anti-Trafficking Program by 80 Percent

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www.thedailybeast.com - On Jan. 2, 2018, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta released a statement commemorating the beginning of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, recommitting his department’s mission to “ending practices tha…
BUSINESS
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Calls Pelosi Racist: 'Singling Out ... Women of Color' | Breitbart

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www.breitbart.com - Pelosi and Ocasio-Cortez — also known as “AOC” — have feuded ever since the “democratic socialist” newcomer upset incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley (D-NY), a member of the party’s leadership team under Pelo…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
10 of the best podcasts for music

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www.whathifi.com - How did this become a culture with such a voracious appetite for podcasts? Fifteen years ago nobody had even heard the word; for a while after that it appeared the concept would never quite take off;…
SCIENCE
Our brain-computer interfacing technology uses music to make people happy

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theconversation.com - Whether it’s the music that was playing on the radio when you met your partner or the first song your baby daughter smiled to, for many of us, music is a core part of life. And it’s no wonder – there…
LEISURE
Instagram users are obsessed with this turquoise lake. It’s actually a power plant’s ‘dangerous’ dumping ground.

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www.washingtonpost.com - A screengrab of an Instagram post showing two paddle boarders on the man-made lake near Novosibirsk, Siberia. The lake serves as an "ash dump" for a power plant, and its vibrant color is the result o…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
A Florida cop planted meth on random drivers, police say. One lost custody of his daughter.

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www.washingtonpost.com - Deputy Zachary Wester pulls over Teresa Odom, whom he arrested for possession of meth after police say he planted the drugs. (WJHG) By Meagan Flynn Meagan Flynn Morning Mix reporter Email Bio Follow …
POLITICS
House panel votes to subpoena Kushner, former attorney general Sessions in investigation of whether Trump obstructed justice

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www.washingtonpost.com - By John Wagner John Wagner National reporter leading The Post's breaking political news team Email Bio Follow July 11 at 12:58 PM A House panel voted Thursday to subpoena 12 people with connections t…
LEISURE
50 Reasons To Travel This Summer

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www.forbes.com - With baseball games, big-budget movies and barbecues in full swing, you don’t need us to tell you that summer is here. But there comes a time when the local cineplex and backyard parties just aren’t …
SCIENCE
Suzanne Eaton: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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heavy.com - Facebook The body of missing American scientist Suzanne Eaton has been discovered on the Greek island of Crete. Authorities are calling her death "a criminal act." The body of missing scientist Suzan…
WORLD
Analysis | Kim Darroch isn’t the undiplomatic one

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www.washingtonpost.com - By Adam Taylor Adam Taylor Foreign reporter who writes about a variety of subjects Email Bio Follow July 11 at 12:59 AM Want smart analysis of the most important news in your inbox every weekday alon…
LEISURE
Milwaukee streetcar The Hop changing name to Le Hop for Bastille Days

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www.jsonline.com - Milwaukee's streetcar The Hop is changing its name for Bastille Days. Milwaukee's new streetcar, The Hop, is still figuring out how it fits into city life during its first year of operation. For the …
POLITICS
House Democrats Subpoena a Who’s Who of Mueller Witnesses

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www.nytimes.com - “Today’s subpoena binge is an effort to change the narrative,” Mr. Collins said. “It is a show of force. It is a chance for the chairman to prove to his rank and file, and the rest of the Democratic …
SPORTS
Take a licking and keep on ticking - Natural Born Coaches

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www.naturalborncoaches.com - I’ve been spending the last few days talking about super hero stuff and how it relates to coaches. Sticking with that, let’s talk about another super hero movie: “Kick-Ass”. It’s about a teenager nam…
SCIENCE
Growth failure in preterm infants tied to altered gut bacteria

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www.sciencedaily.com - "Our identification of the distinct features within the microbiome and metabolism associated with growth failure might point to new ways to predict, prevent and treat this pervasive problem among pre…
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Evaluation of cooperative systems on driver behavior in heavy fog condition based on a driving simulator. - PubMed - NCBI

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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - This paper studies the effectiveness of fog warning systems on driving performance and traffic safety in heavy fog condition. A comparison study was conducted for four scenarios in heavy fog conditio…
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Good Spirits in Human Form

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Babies born using an artificial womb ‘possible in a decade’

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U.S. Women's Soccer Team Becomes Cuomo's Anecdote For Pay Equality. There's Just One Problem.

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The Community Reinvestment Act in the Age of Fintech and Bank Competition

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www.cato.org - The Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) is a 42-year-old statute that requires depository institutions “to demonstrate that their deposit facilities serve the convenience and needs of the communities in…
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Touts Eradicating Homeland Security - George W. Bush's 'Egregious Mistake'

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www.redstate.com - During a New Yorker Radio Hour interview made public Tuesday, everyone’s favorite 29-year-old congresswoman bent on America following the economic regime of the Nazis said she’s open to eradicating t…
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DeCordova announces new artwork in Sculpture Park

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artdaily.com - LINCOLN, MASS.- DeCordova is pleased to announce several new artworks in the Sculpture Park. The sculptures range from small-scale bronze pieces in the lush Alice’s Garden, to large-scale commissions…
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Checks+Balanced: A 23-year-old making $55,000 prioritizes healthy living for herself—and her dog

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Dark Chocolate Almond Butter Fudge You Should Be Eating Right Now - The Chalkboard

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Relive | Your Outdoor 3D Videos

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These energy bites are the snack of choice for the healthiest people in the world

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www.wellandgood.com - Amid all the snack innovations that have happened in recent years (and oh, boy, there have been many), “energy bites” fascinate me the most. I mean, they basically claim to be the noshing equivalent …
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How to ask someone out on a date with Beyoncé-level confidence

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Hey, Weary Travelers. These Hotels Want To Be Your Personal Sleep Therapists

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www.mindbodygreen.com - The most obvious example of the sleep optimization trend comes from the Equinox's first hotel—a behemoth in New York City's Hudson Yards where each room is designed to be "a temple to total regenerat…
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Constipation, SIBO, & Other GI Issues Can Be A Red Flag For This Condition

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www.mindbodygreen.com - The main organs of digestion—namely, the colon or large intestine, the small intestine or small bowel, and the rectum—sit together, functioning in continuity, in the crowded abdomino-pelvic cavity. A…
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Garfield Art Heads to Auction

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www.nytimes.com - Davis answered more questions about Garfield in the interview. These are edited excerpts from the conversation. What was the initial inspiration for Garfield? I had worked for nine years with Tom Rya…
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This summer's eclipses may feel like time travel back to the year 2000

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www.wellandgood.com - With two eclipses happening in July, it’s the kind of month where old issues are likely to pop up again—specifically, those from back in the year 2000, says astrologer Jennifer Racioppi. So cue the N…
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A makeup artist reveals exactly how to keep foundation from dripping off your face this summer

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Travel Is A Germaphobe's Nightmare: 12 Expert Tips To Stay Healthy

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2 Million Revolut Customers Get More Cryptocurrency Access - Bitcoin News

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I'm A CBD Expert And I Get Asked These 3 Questions All. The. Time.

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www.mindbodygreen.com - Figuring out how to dose CBD is no easy feat. Currently, there are no “official” dosage recommendations for CBD. This can be explained by the relative newness of the industry and the simple fact that…
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Chinese shadow theatre fights against dying of the light

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artdaily.com - BEIJING (AFP).- Shadow puppets flitting across screens and reliving age old stories have fascinated Chinese people for some 2,000 years, but with falling audiences troupes are having to be creative t…
LEISURE
The Unexpected Turmeric Trick You Have To Know

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Christianity gives way to atheism in Britain, survey suggests

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www.itv.com - Half (50%) of those polled said they never pray, up from 41% in 2008 and 30% in 1998, although those who pray “several times a day” is up from 5% two decades ago to 8% in 2018, the data shows. Almost…
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3 experts share their true feelings on whether it's ever okay to tell a big or little lie

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www.wellandgood.com - Is telling a lie ever okay? Depends on whom you ask. According to our friends on Sesame Street, the answer is clear as day that it’s never advisable to tell a lie. But later on in the pop-culture con…
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Faith in religion is dwindling, but when will British politics reflect that? | Polly Toynbee

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www.theguardian.com - In these dark times the Enlightenment itself can seem in retreat. Fact-free emotion wins over reason and the hard-earned liberalism of centuries is thrown into reverse. Donald Trump and Boris Johnson…
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This healthy *broccomole* recipe will make you forget all about avocados

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Is Your Fashion Feeling A Little Tired? Spice It Up With These Quality Tips

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Welcome to 'The Show with No Name' Series 1, Episode 19, 11 July 2019. Dreamed up by Theonie Roussi

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Billionaire Dem Donor Blasts Bernie Sanders: He's a 'Communist Under the Cover of Being a Socialist'

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pjmedia.com - You may have never heard of Haim Saban before, but his money has affected you, nonetheless. As one of the single biggest donors to the Democrat Party, Saban is helping shape the politics of this coun…
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Fitness, From Health To Strength, A General Knowledge Guide

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Planning Your Diet: Nutrition Tips And Tricks

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What to do in Cienfuegos? Visiting 'La Perla del Sur'

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Do You Need To Learn To Play The Guitar?

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Simple Changes You Can Make For A More Nutritious Diet.

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The Perfect Cup Of Coffee Isn't That Hard To Brew – Read On!

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Taking The Pounds Off The Easy Way

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How To Save Time And Money Shopping Online

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Applied Materials’ Endura High-Volume Manufacturing Platforms Deliver Precision for Next-Gen MRAM, ReRAM, PCRAM Memories

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www.embedded-computing.com - Applied Materials has released its Endura platforms, new high-volume manufacturing solutions for MRAM, ReRAM, and PCRAM memory technologies. The advanced memory technologies target IoT and cloud comp…
LEISURE
Easy To Follow Ideas About Wine That Will Really Help You

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Video Highlights from Nuremberg’s Sensor+Test 2019

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www.embedded-computing.com - There has been a lot of attention paid to the RF and logic systems in the burgeoning IoT marketplace. This focus is quite understandable, as deploying wireless intelligent systems is the very definit…
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Need Advice On Muscle Building? Read This

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Let's Cut To The Chase With Affiliate Marketing

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Learn The Simple Tips You Need To Make Your Cooking Stand Out

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BUSINESS
African tech hub numbers jump 40% to 618 - Disrupt Africa

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disrupt-africa.com - The number of active African tech hubs as grown 40 per cent to 618 in the last 15 months, while hubs are increasingly common in the continent’s smaller markets. That is according to research conducte…
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Learn To Eat Right One Step At A Time

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Increase Traffic For Free With Article Advertising

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How Many Technologies Does It Take to Turn on a Light Bulb?

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www.embedded-computing.com - I’m going to start this column with something potentially controversial: the home network has taken a step back with the introduction of IoT technology. I’ll be even more daring: X-10 was arguably be…
SCIENCE
How To Be As Healthy As Possible When Pregnant

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Energy Ruin? German Expert: Fridays-For-Future Demands Would Cost Households $1150 – A Month!

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whatcausesglobalwarming.net - The stricter climate protection targets recently announced by Chancellor Angela Merkel at a Protestant Church Congress would put a considerable burden on the German economy and every single household.
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Are You Looking For Gold Info? Read On

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10 Points to Consider When Investing in Enterprise VR

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TECHNOLOGY
Google.com's New Sell-Side Chief Jason Bigler Plans To Open The Black Box

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Thales Launches InterSense NavChip Series 3 Precision 6-axis IMU

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www.embedded-computing.com - Thales announced the availability of its NavChip Series 3, the latest in its family of high-precision Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs), with advanced proprietary signal processing. The NavChip Serie…
SPORTS
Check Out These Wonderful Tips About Baseball In The Article Below

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TECHNOLOGY
Blockchain Phones: Securing a New Frontier

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www.embedded-computing.com - In a bold move for the world’s largest mobile phone vendor, Samsung is promoting support for a secure cryptocurrency wallet and blockchain-focused key store on its new flagship phones, the Galaxy S10…
TECHNOLOGY
Visiting the Future With: Thomas Frey of the DaVinci Institute

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What Not To Do When You Launch Thought Leadership | Transforming Data with Intelligence

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tdwi.org - Here are three mistakes to avoid when you launch a thought leadership program. My last two jobs were launching and running thought leadership teams at software companies. In both instances, we saw th…
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First U.S. Baby Delivered Via Transplanted Womb

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www.webmd.com - TUESDAY, July 9, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Doctors at the Cleveland Clinic announced that they've achieved a first in North America: delivering a baby from a uterus that had been transplanted from a d…
BUSINESS
3 powerful ways crypto is completely going to transform our lives

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www.impactlab.net - You won’t believe it till you transact it Its time to cut the crap. Humanity is on its way to decentralization. The choice is yours to become antiquity in the museum of fiat corruption, or a fast cry…
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Exactly how much it will cost you to retire well in every state in America

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www.impactlab.net - A comfortable retirement doesn’t come cheap. While you may hear stories of people retiring on as little as $2,000 a month, the reality for most of us is likely to be much different. Indeed, according…
SCIENCE
Baldness breakthrough uses 3D-printed “hair farms” to grow new hair follicles

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www.impactlab.net - The 3D-printed structure can for the first time grow human hair follicles entirely in a laboratory dish An exciting breakthrough from Columbia University researchers demonstrates a new way to grow hu…
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Physicists use nanostructures to free photons for highly efficient white OLEDs

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phys.org - Thanks to intensive research in the past three decades, organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) have been steadily conquering the electronics market—from OLED mobile phone displays to roll-out televisi…
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More patients 'struggling to reach GP on phone'

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www.bbc.co.uk - Growing numbers of people in England are struggling to get hold of their GP, a survey suggests. One in three reported it was not easy with a similar number also not happy with the appointment times a…
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Automotive OLED Market Has Taken a Significant Growth in Coming Years (2026) – Amazing Newspaper

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amazingherald.com - Global Automotive OLED Market was valued US$ XX Bn in 2017 and is expected to reach US$ XX Bn by 2026, at a CAGR of XX% during a forecast period. OLED is an organic light emitting diode were electrol…

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