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Thursday, October 10, 2019

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3 Keys to Tracking Your Progress

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medium.com - At different times in my life, there is a range of things that I have tracked. Things like walking, writing, reading, social media use, typing, and many other things. There are some that I have conti…

Crisp Video Group Sets Up in the Cloud With Backblaze

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www.tvtechnology.com - ATLANTA—At Crisp Video Group, we got our feet wet creating award-winning content with the likes of Coca-Cola, Audi, Verizon, Coldwell Banker and RedBull. However, we found that for creative agencies,…

Mobile Optimization Initiative Recommends Key Implementations Ahead of the 2019 Online Shopping Season

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www.prnewswire.com - BOCA RATON, Fla., Oct. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mobile Optimization Initiative (MOI), a leading community of systems integrators and merchants for mobile eCommerce optimization, announces the avai…

Twitter transgression proves why its flawed 2FA system is such a privacy trap

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arstechnica.com - If ever there was a surefire way to sour users against a two-factor authentication system that was already highly flawed, Twitter has found it. On Tuesday, the social media site said that it used pho…

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tpsconsulting.blogspot.com - TECHNOLOGY AND MORE! Chinese Citizens Will Be Required To Scan Their Faces To Use The Internet Shared by Blair Semenoff www.zerohedge.com - The Chinese government continues its Orwellian practices wi…

Holoride makes its in-car VR available to the public for the first time – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Audi spin-out Holoride is launching to the general public for the first time, through a collaboration with Ford and Universal Pictures . The young company is focused on a unique twist on virtual real…

New Vector scores $8.5M to plug more users into its open, decentralized messaging Matrix – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - New Vector, a European startup founded in 2017 by the creators of an open, decentralized communications standard called Matrix to drive adoption and grow an ecosystem around an alternative messaging …

Redmi 8 mid-ranger comes with 5000mAh battery, AI Dual Cameras

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androidcommunity.com - The Redmi 7 phone was launched as another budget-friendly smartphone only last March. Over six months later, it gets a follow-up in the form of the Redmi 8. We weren’t quite expecting anything new fr…

Send phone numbers to your phone through Chrome Beta desktop

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androidcommunity.com - When you’re using your desktop and you’re looking for the number of a business that you need to call on your mobile device, you either have to just manually type the number out on your phone or you c…

Hulu stops support for selected Android TV set-top boxes

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androidcommunity.com - Owners of some cord-cutting set-top boxes have suddenly found themselves without Hulu support. The live TV and on-demand video streaming service has pulled support on devices like the Channel Master …

Motorola One Macro claims to shoot 5x closer than regular camera phones

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androidcommunity.com - The Motorola One Macro is finally here. The Lenovo-owned brand has added a new model to the Motorola One lineup. The series is the company’s way of going back to its original Motorola branding from u…

Build your own web analytics dashboard with Node.js - LogRocket Blog

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blog.logrocket.com - If you have ever used Google Analytics, you know it isn’t the prettiest interface to use. It gets the job done, sure, but I’m not a huge fan of how it looks, nor the color palette. I mean, look at th…

Google takes AMP to the OpenJS Foundation – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - AMP, Google’s somewhat controversial project for speeding up the mobile web, has always been open-source, but it also always felt like a Google project first. Today, however, Google announced that th…

Steam will soon let you play local-only multiplayer games with far off friends – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Co-op video games are wonderful. Alas, it’s not always possible to get everyone in front of the same TV — and not all co-op games have online play, so playing across the Internet is out. With that in…

Your mass consumer data collection is destroying consumer trust – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - These are dark days for trust. Darkest of all for marketers and advertisers. Only 3% of people trust marketing and advertising, the lowest of any industry or practice, and that trust is falling faste…

Get ready to see more looping videos on Spotify, as Canvas launches into beta – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Spotify is opening up its Canvas feature to more artists, the company announced this morning, which means you’ll see a lot more of those looping videos on the app starting soon. The feature has been …

Apple rolls out new Siri audio clip grading opt-in and request history deletion feature in beta – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Apple is rolling out a new opt-in notice for Siri audio sample review with the beta of iOS 13.2. This new opt-in feature was promised back in August after reports that audio from Siri requests were b…

Bug in popular firewall exposed corporate networks to hackers – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Sophos said it is fixing a vulnerability in its Cyberoam firewall appliances, which a security researcher says can allow an attacker to gain access to a company’s internal network without needing a p…

Coinbase is launching Coinbase Pro mobile app – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Cryptocurrency exchange company Coinbase is launching a mobile app for its advanced users today. You can now download the Coinbase Pro mobile app on iOS — the Android version is coming soon. Coinbase…

Okta wants to make every user a security ally – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - End users tend to get a bad rap in the security business because they are often the weakest security link. They fall for phishing schemes, use weak passwords and often unknowingly are the conduit for…

To beat Amazon Go, Standard Cognition buys cashierless DeepMagic – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Valued at $535 million, autonomous retail startup Standard Cognition has emerged as a soon-to-be tech giant and the best hope for merchants to compete with Amazon Go. Cashierless checkout is poised t…

Nexkey raises $6M Series A round to make your company’s doors smarter – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Nexkey, a company that provides a mobile access control solution for commercial buildings and workspaces, today announced that it has raised a $6 million Series A round led by Upfront Ventures. K9 Ve…

Amazon Music arrives on Apple TV – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Amazon Music is now available on the Apple TV, including both the Apple TV 4K and the Apple TV HD running tvOS 12.0 or later, Amazon announced this morning. The launch is yet another example of the e…

Porsche and Boeing are partnering to develop “premium” electric flying cars – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) industry is heating up, with a lot of companies finding dancing partners for what looks like it could be a boom industry – provided the significant …

Apple Watch Series 5’s banner feature needs to be turned up to 11 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Steven Aquino is a freelance tech writer and iOS accessibility expert. Reviewing Apple Watch Series 5 is not hard. It is so largely similar to last year’s Series 4. It carries with it all the things …

Our Collective Chinese Conundrum​

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om.co - A single tweet from a Houston Rockets official has set off a firestorm and a wide-ranging debate about how China is trying to impose its policies on the rest of the world by using its economic might …

The 2021 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car has more luxury, less ugly

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arstechnica.com - But first, some background. Prius quickly became synonymous with hybrid electrics at a time when gasoline per gallon in the United States (as a national average) went from a low of $1 in 1998 to $2 i…

Waymo tells riders to get ready for fully driverless rides

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arstechnica.com - Waymo will begin offering fully driverless rides to ordinary people in the Phoenix area, the company revealed in a Wednesday email to participants of its Early Rider Program. The email was obtained b…

AT&T and other carriers want to hide detailed 5G maps from FCC and public

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arstechnica.com - AT&T and other mobile carriers are trying to hide detailed 5G maps from the public despite constantly touting the supposed pace and breadth of their 5G rollouts. With the Federal Communications Commi…

Steam’s next big feature will make any “local multiplayer” game work online

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arstechnica.com - On Wednesday, Steam sent a stealth news update to developers about a surprise new feature coming to Steam as soon as October 21: "Remote Play Together." The feature will transform any "local multipla…

Adobe backtracks, will refund customers after canceling their accounts

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arstechnica.com - Adobe has reversed itself on a curious decision that would have denied refunds to customers in Venezuela whose accounts are being canceled through no fault of their own. Adobe announced Monday that i…

Neo Cab is the dystopian gig-economy Crazy Taxi we’ve always wanted

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arstechnica.com - Before I go into how much I really like the new video game Neo Cab, I want to speak to the clever new way that some people can pay for and enjoy it. Last month, I gave a nod to the video game Gears o…

OnePlus’ best phone isn’t coming to the US

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arstechnica.com - The OnePlus 7T Pro. It looks just like the older OnePlus 7 Pro. Here's the back, which also looks just like the 7 Pro. Warp charging is a bit faster now thanks to a better battery. Fresh off the anno…

Essential’s new smartphone has the aspect ratio of a TV remote

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arstechnica.com - Essential's Project Gem. It has the form factor of a TV remote. The back has a single-lens camera and a divot, presumably for a fingerprint reader. The "Gem" name clearly comes from the color-shiftin…

Forum cracks the vintage passwords of Ken Thompson and other Unix pioneers

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arstechnica.com - As one of the original versions of Unix, BSD is an ancient operating system. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it used what are, by today’s standards, strange, even ridiculous security. For one…

Attackers exploit an iTunes zeroday to install ransomware

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arstechnica.com - Attackers exploited a zeroday vulnerability in Apple's iTunes and iCloud programs to infect Windows computers with ransomware without triggering antivirus protections, researchers from Morphisec repo…

Recipes for Performance Testing Single Page Applications in WebPageTest | CSS-Tricks

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css-tricks.com - WebPageTest is an online tool and an Open Source project to help developers audit the performance of their websites. As a Web Performance Evangelist at Theodo, I use it every single day. I am constan…

Food Delivery App. What to Think of Before Building One

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shakuro.com - The food delivery business seems to be promising for startup owners and entrepreneurs, as evidenced by the success of popular companies like Uber Eats or Grubhub. From the customer’s perspective, the…

Linksys’ mesh routers can now detect motion using Wi-Fi

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www.theverge.com - Security cameras are all well and good, but what do you do if you really want privacy? Linksys may have come up with a solution with its new Linksys Aware service, which claims to use mesh Wi-Fi to s…

Master your Mac with these 18 power tips

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www.fastcompany.com - If you’re a longtime Mac user, macOS is like a well-worn, comfy sweater. You inhabit the environment every day and move through it effortlessly by instinct. But familiarity is not the same as mastery…

Civil rights groups urge lawmakers to dissolve police partnerships with Ring | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - An open letter has been published with the backing of 36 civil rights groups which urges US lawmakers to tackle partnerships between Ring and law enforcement to protect civil rights and liberties. In…

What happens to Boot Camp if Apple boots Intel? | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - For much of the Mac's first two decades, Apple and third parties tried a host of ways to overcome what was its biggest competitive disadvantage: Incompatibility with DOS and Windows apps. Options inc…

No You Can’t Power Your House With Your Electric Car

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www.wired.com - On Wednesday night, Tesla owners in Northern California received an unusual message. “A utility company in your area announced they may turn off power,” it read. “We recommend charging your Tesla to …

Nubia Red Magic 3S gaming phone goes global next week

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androidcommunity.com - Android-powered gaming phones may soon be standardized as Google is working on a Game Device Certification program. There is no certainty when that will be implemented but for now, let us focus on th…

Android 10 Beta for Samsung Galaxy S10, Note 9 almost ready

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androidcommunity.com - Only the Pixel phones always get the latest Android mobile OS version first. This year, more OEMs got into the beta program so more devices would test the platform early. The Android Q Beta program w…

Google 5G phone said to be in test production, may be out next week

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androidcommunity.com - It’s only this year that 5G phones started to enter the scene. The previous years were all about working on and testing 5G connectivity. Now that the technology is ready, we see mobile carriers and n…

Volvo XC40 to feature Android-powered infotainment system

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androidcommunity.com - Car infotainment systems have greatly evolved in the past few years. You can say auto dashboards are very much different now from the previous decade. Not all vehicles have such “luxury” but there ar…

Nokia 8.1 getting Android 10 update officially

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androidcommunity.com - Since Nokia only has a few phones under its belt, it can afford to work on regular OS and software updates. As soon as we learned that Android Q is Android 10, HMD Global immediately announced Nokia …

How Coach, JustFab and Walgreens personalize marketing on a 1:You level

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loyalty360.org - Retail is one of the more advanced industries when it comes to personalization, with almost every retailer offering some degree of personalization to enhance the customer journey. Gone are the days o…

Apple Now Lets Users Stop Sharing Voice Recordings for Siri Grading Program - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - Apple was under fire back in August when a report revealed the company was using human contractors to review audio recordings of users collected from Siri. The company was using random voice recordin…

Apple Removes HKmap.live App After China State Media Criticism | People's Pundit Daily

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www.peoplespunditdaily.com - Apple, Inc. (AAPL) removed the app HKmap.live, which enabled protestors to track police, days after approval and a day after criticism from state-run media. People’s Daily, the premier media propagan…

Facebook and the grand challenge of digital ethics

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www.siliconrepublic.com - Forrester’s Brian Hopkins outlines how Facebook’s business moves in media and finance present an ethical challenge. As I ramp up efforts at Forrester to refresh our report on the top technology trend…

I predicted "Disinformation as a service" targeted at businesses and now it’s here — Elgan Nation

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elgan.com - Two years ago, I wrote a piece published in Computerworld called "Disinformation as a service? DaaS not good!," in which I predicted the the rise of Disinformation as a service that would target busi…

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Forget Facial Recog: DHS New Amazon-Based Database Uses Scars, Tattoos, & Your Voice To ID You

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www.zerohedge.com - Authored by Daisy Luther via The Organic Prepper blog, These days, you can’t really go anywhere without encountering cameras. Going into a store? Chances are there are security cameras. Getting money…

10 best healers in the UK - Home School

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helloamygarner.com - 10 best healers in the UK is a list of 10 of the best healers I have used personally or worked with over the last 10 years. Not wishing to offend any other brilliant healers out there, I must point o…

Saunabrand in een sauna bij Van der Valk Ugchelen – Binnenland en Buitenland Nieuws

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055nu.com - Ugchelen – Donderdagmiddag omstreeks 16:35 is er brand ontstaan in een sauna bij Van Der Valk aan de Van Golsteinlaan in Ugchelen. Door onbekende oorzaak is een sauna in de brand gevlogen. De brandwe…

NASA Administrator “very confident” SpaceX crew launch could happen in early 2020 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine was at SpaceX HQ in Hawthorne, California on Thursday, delivering an address alongside NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, who will launch aboard SpaceX’s …

Verily, Alphabet’s other money-making, non-Google business, partners with Color on genetic analysis – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Color Genomics, the genetics testing company, is partnering with Alphabet’s health technology focused subsidiary, Verily Life Sciences, to provide information from its genetic tests to the company’s …

Rocket Lab’s new 5-year FAA license will help it streamline its rocket launch process – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Rocket Lab has received a new five-year Launch Operator License from the Federal Aviation Administration, which grants it permission to do multiple launches of its Electron rocket from its LC-1 launc…

Lab-grown meat could be on store shelves by 2022, thanks to Future Meat Technologies – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Companies like Memphis Meats, Aleph Farms, Higher Steaks, Mosa Meat and Meatable are all trying to bring to supermarkets around the world meat made from cultivated animal cells, but the problem has a…

NASA’s new Moon-bound spacesuit is safer, smarter, and much more comfortable – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The next Americans to set foot on the Moon will do so in a brand new spacesuit that’s based on, but hugely improved from, the original Apollo suits that last went up there in the ’70s. With easier en…

Xage now supports hierarchical blockchains for complex implementations – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Xage is working with utilities, energy companies and manufacturers to secure their massive systems, and today it announced some significant updates to deal with the scale and complexity of these cust…

What was in prehistoric baby bottles? Now we know.

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www.nationalgeographic.com - Ceramic baby bottles first started appearing in Europe about 7,000 years ago, as societies shifted from hunting and gathering to settled agricultural communities in the beginning of the Neolithic per…

As NASA tries to land on the Moon, it has plenty of rockets to choose from

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arstechnica.com - Last week, NASA held an "industry day" for companies hoping to win lunar lander contracts from the government as part of its Artemis program. During the teleconference, industry officials could ask q…

A detailed look at Ubuntu’s new experimental ZFS installer

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arstechnica.com - Yesterday brought exciting news on the ZFS and Ubuntu fronts—experimental ZFS root support in the installer for Ubuntu's upcoming interim release, Eoan Ermine. The feature appeared in the 2019-10-09 …

The Gutenberg WordPress Block Editor: The First Year

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speckyboy.com - It may be hard to believe, but the WordPress block editor (a.k.a. “Gutenberg”) has been in core for nearly a year. The massively-overhauled editing experience was officially released to the public on…

Optimizing images for the web - an in-depth guide

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dev.to - Unoptimized (non-minified) images are one of the main causes of poor website performance, mainly on the initial (first) load. Depending on the resolution and image quality, you might end up with imag…

What makes a good wireframe?

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medium.com - We make a lot of wireframes at Inktrap, from quick sketches on paper or a whiteboard, all the way up to fully fleshed out interactive prototypes. But what makes a good wireframe? Why are some wirefra…

The Future of UX Is Our Humanity

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www.toptal.com - “We spend a lot of time designing the bridge, but not enough time thinking about the people who are crossing it.” – Dr. Prabhjot Singh, Director of Systems Design at the Earth Institute. The UX field…

Why the PG&E Blackouts Spared California's Big Tech HQs

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www.wired.com - Huge swaths of California were without power on Wednesday after the (recently bankrupt) utility PG&E—whose downed power lines caused last year’s Camp Fire—preemptively pulled the plug on hundreds of …

Americans lack basic digital security and privacy knowledge, survey finds

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boingboing.net - Most U.S. adults answer fewer than half questions correctly on digital know-how quiz, and many struggle with cybersecurity and privacy A new Pew survey of 4,272 adults in the United States shows that…

Traffic-light system can predict repeat earthquakes

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cosmosmagazine.com - Earthquake researchers believe they have found a “traffic-light” style warning system that can determine if a big earthquake is a prelude to an even larger event, or is itself the main shock. “Usuall…

The UK knew its passport AI was racist — and used it anyway

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futurism.com - The U.K. government uses facial recognition AI to check travelers’ photos when they apply for passports. It works just fine for white people, but like so many algorithms out there, it doesn’t work we…

A bird's eye view of forests can predict their demise earlier

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cosmosmagazine.com - Researchers have found a way to predict death of forests by detecting “hidden” signals of resilience using satellite vegetation data. The Early Warning Signal (EWS) was tested in Californian forests …

Oldest Life On Earth Traced To Land

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www.ancient-origins.net - Scientists have found exceptionally preserved microbial remains in some of Earth's oldest rocks in Western Australia - a major advance in the field, offering clues for how life on Earth originated. T…

Vet issued warning after pets were found eating Woolworths Ooshies

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www.dailymail.co.uk - A vet has issued a desperate warning to all pet owners after the popular Woolworths Ooshies collectables sent one animal to hospital. MalagaVet, in Western Australia, posted the message to their Face…

Post Activation Potentiation for Endurance sports | Science for Sport

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www.scienceforsport.com - The concept of using PAP after specific warm-up protocols for endurance performance has been an under-explored area. From the literature reviewed within this study, a key take-home message would be t…

Particles emitted by consumer 3D printers could hurt indoor air quality

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www.sciencedaily.com - For the study, which was published September 12 in the journal Environmental Science & Technology and sponsored by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL)., the researchers collected particles emitted f…

Watch Elon Musk and NASA chief Jim Bridenstine give an update on SpaceX's astronaut spacecraft

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www.cnbc.com - [This stream is slated to begin at 5pm ET. Please refresh the page if you do not see a player above at that time.] LOS ANGELES — NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine will tour SpaceX headquarters on Th…

Lithium-ion’s pioneers nabbed the Nobel. Now we need the next battery breakthrough.

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www.technologyreview.com - As chemistry advances go, few rival the impact of the lithium-ion battery. The light, compact batteries power much of the modern world, including our smartphones, laptops, and electric vehicles and, …

Can Trauma Really Be Physically 'Stored' In The Body? Here's What The Experts Say

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www.mindbodygreen.com - So, given the possibility of trauma actually being stored in the body, we have to ask: What's the actual deal when you burst into tears during a massage, an acupuncture session, or in yoga mid-downwa…

Emotional Intelligence Will Soon Be The Most Desirable Job Skill, Study Says

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www.mindbodygreen.com - Rust and his fellow researchers pulled U.S. Department of Labor occupational data about millions of American workers in thousands of job types. They looked at their daily tasks and what each worker p…

Leaky Gut 101: Does Your Gut Need Healing?

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thechalkboardmag.com - TCM Classic — Cold and flu (and soup) season is looming about. We’re loading up on ultra-nourishing bone broth and refreshing our knowledge of the ancient elixir’s incredible benefits. We originally …

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The Danger of Abandoning Our Partners

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www.theatlantic.com - I (Joseph Votel) first met General Mazloum Abdi at a base in northern Syria in May 2016. From the start, it was obvious he was not only an impressive and thoughtful man, but a fighter who was clearly…

Joe Biden worked with whistleblower when he was vice president, officials reveal

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www.washingtonexaminer.com - The 2020 Democratic candidate with whom the CIA whistleblower had a "professional" tie is Joe Biden, according to intelligence officers and former White House officials. Lawyers for the whistleblower…

The State Of The Kurds

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brilliantmaps.com - The map above shows the parts of the Middle East with Kurdish populations and which could make up some or all of a future state of Kurdistan. In a recent article titled The Time of the Kurds, the Cou…

Holocaust survivor left in tears after Arab plumbers refuse to charge her for their work: "Her life story touched my heart"

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www.newsweek.com - A Holocaust survivor was moved to tears by a heartwarming gesture from two Arab-Israeli brothers, who waived her four-digit plumbing fee. As first reported by Israel's Channel 12 News, Simon and Sali…

Iran shows off new killer wheeled robots designed to take on tanks, infantry

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arstechnica.com - Islamic Republic of Iran Army Ground Forces (NEZAJA) The Islamic Republic of Iran Army Ground Forces (NEZAJA) recently revealed the Heidar-1 project, a group of small, networked robotic ground vehicl…

FBI misused surveillance data, spied on its own, FISA ruling finds

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arstechnica.com - In an October 2018 ruling unsealed and posted on October 8, 2019 by the Office of the Director of Intelligence, the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) found that the employe…

Trump hires armed white power militia as security for Minneapolis rally

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boingboing.net - Attending todays Trump Minneapolis rally sounds like a really scary time. So Republicans will be escorted to and from their cars. That duty will fall to Oath Keepers, a “patriot” group whose members …

As Assault Begins, Trump Vows to Make Turkey Keep Its Word While Lawmakers Vow Punishment

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www.defenseone.com - As Turkey launched its military air and ground campaign into northern Syria against U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters, President Donald Trump and his administration on Wednesday sought to reassure both cr…

President Trump Executive Order Announcement and Press Conference – Video and Transcript…

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theconservativetreehouse.com - Earlier today President Trump held a White House event to sign an executive order on Transparency in Federal Guidance and Enforcement. [Details Here and Here] In addition, President Trump took numero…

Pence: ‘Release My Transcripts With Ukraine’

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www.infowars.com - Vice President Mike Pence says he’s working with the White House counsel’s office to release his own transcripts of two phone calls with Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelensky amid Democrat claims th…

Diplomat Tarred by White House Is Known for Her Diligence

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www.newsmax.com - To President Donald Trump, the diplomat representing the U.S. in Ukraine was "bad news" — a supposedly rogue ambassador with a political bias against him. But to those who know Marie Yovanovitch — th…

Hillary on a Trump rematch: "Obviously, I can beat him again"

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hotair.com - “Again”? Forget it, she’s rolling. Or trolling. Take your pick, but Hillary Clinton isn’t going to get a rematch now even if she wanted it. And especially since Donald Trump wants it: Hillary Clinton…

Paul: Neocons “Want To Keep Starting Endless Wars In Conflicts That Go Back Hundreds Of Years”

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www.infowars.com - Senator Rand Paul once again slammed warmongering neocons Wednesday, expressing disbelief that Republicans are in favor of ‘endless wars’ and delivering high praise for President Trump’s attempts to …

Mass Shooting Suspect Got Probation Instead Of Prison In 2018 Case

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bearingarms.com - Image from of Kansas City, Kansas Police Department Image from of Kansas City, Kansas Police Department A man accused of orchestrating a mass shooting at a bar in Kansas City, Kansas last weekend cou…

Climate protesters shut down London airport (briefly)

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hotair.com - If you’re familiar with Extinction Rebellion you probably already know that they are a radical climate change protest group. This week they’ve been holding demonstrations in a number of cities around…

Erdogan Threatens to Send Millions of Refugees to Europe Over EU’s Opposition to Syria Offensive

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www.infowars.com - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to send 3.6 million refugees to Europe if the EU doesn’t end its opposition to Turkey’s offensive in Syria. On Wednesday, Erdogan announced the b…

Rand Paul: Hunter Biden Making $50K a Month Doesn't Pass Smell Test

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www.breitbart.com - Biden, as vice president, pushed for the firing of the then-chief prosecutor of Ukraine, who had been investigating the CEO of a company that employed his son on its board at $50,000 a month. At Bide…

But...I Was Told Gun Control Worked, So How Is This Possible?

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bearingarms.com - I have it on good authority that gun control works. I’ve been told over and over by gun control advocates that anti-gun policies are the only sane response to so-called “gun crime.” Trying to focus o…

U.S-China Trade Discussions Going No-where by Design – Expect More Trump Tariffs and More Beijing-DPRK Missile Tests…

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theconservativetreehouse.com - Despite Wall Street headline writers trying to frame an opposite reality, President Trump has no disposition toward making a trade deal with China. Conversely, China has no intention of changing the …

China and Russia to Sign Agreement to Censor National Internet

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www.breitbart.com - The regulator, “Roskomnadzor,” said it would formally sign the international treaty with their Chinese counterpart, the “Cyberspace Administration of China,” on October 20. That date is the first day…

The good old days of the Kurds in World War 2

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hotair.com - The Turkish invasion of the northern Syria border region is well underway, as a couple of smaller cities are going up in flames and tens of thousands of Kurish civilians are fleeing to the south in c…

Bombshell! Ukrainian MP Says Joe Biden Paid $900,000 By Firm Hunter Biden Works For

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www.infowars.com - Ukraine’s parliamentarian Andriy Derkach, who is heading a criminal case on interference in the 2016 U.S. elections, revealed on Wednesday that former Vice President Joe Biden was funneled $900,000 f…

Nolte: Ukraine Fallout Turns Tough Guy Joe Biden into Big Crybaby

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www.breitbart.com - So, uhm, what happened to the badass who took on Corn Pop? What happened to the tough guy who was going to beat President Trump like a drum? What happened to the sunglasses and swagger? Joe Biden got…

Trump Confirms Top al-Qaida Bomb-Maker Has Been Killed

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www.newsmax.com - President Donald Trump on Thursday confirmed that al-Qaida's top bomb-maker, Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri, believed to be the mastermind behind the failed bombing of a U.S.-bound airliner in 2009, has bee…

‘Some of the Most Noble People I’d Ever Met’

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foreignpolicy.com - On Dec. 20, 2018, the day after U.S. President Donald Trump abruptly announced via Twitter that the United States would withdraw all U.S. forces from Syria, a group of U.S. soldiers set out on a rout…

If Woke Corporations Had Police Power, They Would Act Like China

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thefederalist.com - Since the NBA-China affair blew up last weekend, a number of commentators have lambasted the NBA for its craven response to China, noting the hypocrisy of a league that publicly prides itself on bein…

Turkey's Syria invasion: Member of US Special Forces says, 'I am ashamed for the first time in my career'

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www.foxnews.com - Reaction and analysis from defense analyst Oubai Shahbandar on 'The Story.' PENTAGON – A member of U.S. Special Forces serving alongside the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in Syria told F…

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Members of German crossbow sex cult took drugs before they died

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www.dailymail.co.uk - Members of a German crossbow sex cult suicide pact took knock-out drops before they were willingly killed in an attempt to be 'reborn in a higher realm,' investigators revealed today. In May, German …

A Harry Potter Lover's Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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www.dangerous-business.com - It's been more than a decade since the release of the last Harry Potter book (and almost a decade now since the release of the last Harry Potter movie!), and yet the fandom is going as strong as ever…

Kid-Friendly Adventure in Trentino, Italy's Stunning Val di Fassa

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travelbabbo.com - When we were planning our visit to Trentino, Italy, we decided to split out time between two areas: Val di Fiemme and neighboring Val di Fassa. We technically could have based out of one place, but t…

Generation Z & the fast fashion paradox

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www.impactlab.net - If the last year or so has taught us anything about Generation Z – the age group born post-1996 – it’s that they’re environmentally woke. While millennials’ memories of adolescence might consist of M…

SmileDirectClub’s former CEO is back with a new dental startup called Tend – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A growing number of newer dental brands has been attracting money from venture investors who are still kicking themselves for missing runaway hits. Most notable among these breakout companies is newl…

India’s Vahdam Teas raises $11M to grow its tea-commerce business in the US and Europe – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Vahdam Teas, an India-based e-commerce startup that sells fresh tea in international markets, has closed a new financing round as it looks to expand its presence in the U.S. and Europe. The three-yea…

The Last True Sticker Factory in America

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onezero.medium.com - On eBay she’s established an on-and-off side hustle selling bulk rolls of Mrs. Grossman’s stickers, which she buys from the Petaluma factory during their semiregular warehouse sales. It’s just one mo…

The Right Way to Put Out Your Campfire

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www.outsideonline.com - Humans cause nearly 85 percent of wildland fires in the United States, according to the Forest Service. One of the culprits? Campfires that aren’t completely out. Letting your post-s’mores logs burn …

9 Important Lessons I Learned from Living My Dream Life - Positively Positive

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www.positivelypositive.com - I recently returned from a vacation to Southern California with my mom and sister. We had four nights, five days, and three destinations, driving along the Pacific Coast Highway the entire way. Durin…

Rome: Total War

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arstechnica.com - Picture this. March 1990. The U.S. Secret Service raids Steve Jackson Games, ?The Hunt for Red October? debuts in theaters, Tommy Lee gets arrested in Georgia for showing his behind during a concert …

Enough With Your Self-Humiliation, You’re Already Doing Your Best

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psiloveyou.xyz - Your work, your friends, or whether you should be doing something else or not. Because everyone, from moment to moment, is doing the best they can. Because if you could be doing better, you would be.…

63 Businesses to Start for Under $10,000

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www.entrepreneur.com - Need a new business idea? Here are over 60 you can run with now. You know you want to start something for yourself. You just need to funnel your ambition and time into an idea that'll earn extra cash…

How to increase website conversion without violating your user experience - GoSquared Blog

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www.gosquared.com - It’s a competitive world, and businesses are trying harder than ever to ensure visitors that reach their website become customers of their product. The problem with increasing conversion on your webs…

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey Becomes America’s New Political Heartthrob After Trump Attacks Him

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www.thedailybeast.com - On Tuesday morning, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey received a text from his staff informing him that Twitter’s loudest—and most powerful—troll, Donald Trump, was tweeting about him. “Someone please tel…

Iconic Hollywood Movie Locations in Southern Spain - Unusual Places

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unusualplaces.org - The tension of a Western shootout in New Mexico, World War I desert warfare in Syria against the Ottoman Empire, escaping the Soviet regime on a train in the Russian winter… These are all iconic scen…

Italian Strata Breakfast Casserole – The Travel Bite

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thetravelbite.com - This Italian Strata Breakfast Casserole recipe was one of my first posts on the blog in 2009 when I was still an innkeeper at Tremain Street Cottages. It’s still one of our favorites, so we gave the …

TSA Flags Woman Carrying 20 Bags of Flamin' Hot Cheetos

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www.breitbart.com - Social media star Emily Mei posted video footage of the incident to her Twitter account on Friday that shows the agent removing each of the 20 bags of chips from her Louis Vuitton duffel bag and swab…

‘The glue that ties communities': why regional venues are vital

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www.theguardian.com - Only a few years ago, Tim Heath was playing bass in the Basics and touring the world. Now he’s on the other side of the stage, running a 165-year-old live music venue in country Victoria, with his mu…

All Ears: Music That Maps A Personal History Of Place

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www.npr.org - It's a Friday night in London, but the cityscape is far from sight. On a small stage, the silhouettes of two dancers undulate in double time, then half-time, their limbs slicing through the red-lit f…

Fiserv Forum: Bars, restaurants and more near Milwaukee Bucks' arena

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www.jsonline.com - Milwaukee's Deer District includes Fiserv Forum, a public plaza, and an entertainment block with restaurants and bars, as pictured on Sept. 18, 2019. James B. Nelson and Chelsey Lewis/Milwaukee Journ…

When food packaging reflects a brand's sustainable ethos

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www.raconteur.net - When it comes to food, packaging needs to be fit for purpose. It has to be robust so it doesn’t split or burst and spoil the contents. It needs to look good, attract consumers’ attention and, in some…

Vyper Wryter – The Future of Pens

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www.kickstarter.com - Although many if not most of the jobs and activities that people do today are the same jobs and activities that people were doing a hundred years ago, the ways in which we do them have changed drasti…

The McKenzie Method for stretching will have your back and neck thanking you forever

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www.wellandgood.com - There are so many different ways to stretch. There’s dynamic stretching, stretches you can do in doorways that feel like full-body massages, movements specifically for your feet… it’s kind of amazing…

5 morning habits to help with belly fat. - Shape Me, by Susie Burrell

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www.shapeme.com.au - Summer is coming, as is the desire of many to get rid of those pesky few kilos round the middle. When it comes to developing and maintaining positive lifestyle habits, daily rituals and routines can …

Renewing an affair with the Empire State Building

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artdaily.com - NEW YORK, NY (NYT NEWS SERVICE).- How do you take the measure of a New York City more physically transformed than at any time since the 1920s? The new glass “downtowns” that have exploded in the last…

6 foods guaranteed to make you gassy, according to a gastroenterologist

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www.wellandgood.com - Lest you forget the scene in Bridesmaids when farting quickly landslides into explosive diarrhea (and laughs), gastric distress can come out of nowhere. Thank the food gods that not every burrito wil…

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Can Trauma Really Be Physically 'Stored' In The Body? Here's What The Experts Say

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www.mindbodygreen.com - So, given the possibility of trauma actually being stored in the body, we have to ask: What's the actual deal when you burst into tears during a massage, an acupuncture session, or in yoga mid-downwa…

Emotional Intelligence Will Soon Be The Most Desirable Job Skill, Study Says

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www.mindbodygreen.com - Rust and his fellow researchers pulled U.S. Department of Labor occupational data about millions of American workers in thousands of job types. They looked at their daily tasks and what each worker p…

Leaky Gut 101: Does Your Gut Need Healing?

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