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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

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Without encryption we will lose all privacy. This is our new battleground | Edward Snowden

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www.theguardian.com - In every country of the world, the security of computers keeps the lights on, the shelves stocked, the dams closed, and transportation running. For more than half a decade, the vulnerability of our c…

Xiaomi’s crazy new $2,800 phone has display on the front, sides, and back

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arstechnica.com - The Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha. How much screen is too much screen? Probably when it doesn't fit on the front of the phone anymore. This is not the way I prefer to hold a smartphone but uh, you do you, Hand…

YouTube partners with Merchbar to sell music artists’ swag underneath videos – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - YouTube is partnering with Merchbar on a new integration that will allow artists to sell their official merchandise to their worldwide fans from a shelf just below the video. The addition is the late…

Only 3 days left: Apply to TC Top Picks @ Disrupt Berlin 2019 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Deadline countdowns are relentless, and the application window to our TC Top Picks program is rapidly shrinking. The countdown ends and the window slams shut in just three days on 18 October at 12 p.…

Microsoft launches new open-source projects around Kubernetes and microservices – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Microsoft today announced two new open-source projects: Dapr, a portable, event-driven runtime that takes some of the complexity out of building microservices, and the Open Application Model (OAM), a…

Amazon Pay users in India can now pay their utility, mobile and cable bills with Alexa – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Amazon Pay users in India can now use voice command with Alexa to pay their utility, internet, mobile, and satellite cable TV bills, the e-commerce giant said on Wednesday. This is the first time, th…

Evervault raises $3.2M from Sequoia, Kleiner for an API to build apps with privacy baked in – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Data privacy for apps is typically part of the purview of compliance teams — a model that isn’t always perfect, judging by the number of breaches and the extensive regulation that’s been (and still b…

Shoe companies Rothy’s and Steve Madden are at each other’s throats – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - In August, after receiving a cease-and-desist letter from the venture-backed shoe startup Rothy’s, shoe giant Steven Madden filed a pre-emptive lawsuit asking a federal court to rule that its Rosy Fl…

Foursquare CEO calls on Congress to regulate the location data industry – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The chief executive of Foursquare, one of the largest location data platforms on the internet, is calling on lawmakers to pass legislation to better regulate the wider location data industry amid abu…

Tivo’s CEO explains how the company ‘fully embraces’ streaming – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Dave Shull certainly hopes so. The former Weather Channel CEO joined the company as president and CEO back in May, and when I spoke to him last month, he insisted that he’s excited and optimistic abo…

Amazon’s Echo gets a decent-sounding refresh – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Amazon seemingly didn’t realize what it had on its hands with the original Echo. Released five and a half years back for a select number of Amazon Prime users, the first Alexa device ushered in a con…

Up close with Google’s new Pixel 4 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - This is the Pixel 4, the handset that literally everyone saw coming. Even by Google’s standards, the handset leaked like crazy. Some was almost certainly by design, as the company looked to hype its …

Instagram will give you more control over your third-party apps…in about six months – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Instagram is slowly rolling out a new feature that will help better protect your personal data from being accessed by your long discarded, third-party applications — that is, any app you had once aut…

This brilliant app waits on hold for you – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - DoNotPay helps you get out of parking tickets and cancel forgotten subscriptions, and now it can call you when it’s your turn in a customer service phone queue. The app today is launching “Skip Waiti…

Labor leaders and startup founders talk how to build a sustainable gig economy – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Over the past few years, gig economy companies and the treatment of their labor force has become a hot button issue for public and private sector debate. At our recent annual Disrupt event in San Fra…

Former Dropbox CTO Quentin Clark just joined General Catalyst as a managing director – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Quentin Clark resigned a couple of weeks ago as the CTO of Dropbox at the same time that the storage company announced two other execs — Bharat Mediratta and Tim Young — were joining its leadership t…

Hulu ramps up its personalization efforts, starting with launch of Like / Dislike buttons – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Hulu says it’s working on several product changes to make its service more personalized to viewers. It recently launched an enhanced recommendation engine that now accounts for not just what you watc…

&Open helps businesses distribute gifts to reward customer loyalty – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - &Open is a startup with an unusual name, and one that fills an unusual niche in the business world. It has built a gift giving platform, so that businesses can reward loyalty with a small token of ap…

Autify raises $2.5M seed round for its no-code software testing platform – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Autify, a platform that makes testing web application as easy as clicking a few buttons, has raised a $2.5 million seed round from Global Brain, Salesforce Ventures, Archetype Ventures and several an…

The Last of Us Pt. II headlines PlayStation event with trailer, Feb. 2020 launch

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arstechnica.com - The trailer's closing moment sees someone grab Ellie. Her face immediately melts upon realizing who's there. The trailer opens with Ellie and her apparent new partner sharing a joint and talking abou…

The 2020 Audi RS7—our all-time favorite fastback just got even better

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arstechnica.com - I was petrified that Audi would somehow make the second-generation RS7 not as good to look at or drive as its predecessor. I was wrong to be worried, because the new car hits both of those bases at o…

EU orders Broadcom to halt exclusivity deals while investigation deepens

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arstechnica.com - European regulators have hit chipmaker Broadcom with a rare "interim" restriction on its behavior as their antitrust probe into the company's alleged abuse of its market power deepens. Broadcom was o…

The Porsche Taycan—every bit as good as a $200,000 Porsche should be

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arstechnica.com - This is the new Porsche Taycan Turbo, the first battery electric vehicle from the storied German car maker. Forget comparisons to the Tesla Model S or even the Porsche Panamera hybrid—this thing driv…

The Polaris Slingshot three-wheeler is not for shrinking violets

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arstechnica.com - Sometimes you just get curious. This is a Polaris Slingshot, which starts at $20,999. As a three-wheeler, it counts as a motorcycle when it comes to things like crash testing. But it's powered by a 2…

Comcast incorrectly charged 2,000 customers for exceeding data cap

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arstechnica.com - Comcast's data-usage meter gave thousands of customers inaccurate readings for two months because of a software bug, causing the broadband provider to incorrectly charge about 2,000 users for exceedi…

Pixel 4 hands-on—Project Soli just seems like Wii waggle

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arstechnica.com - Normally the forehead is jet black, but if you blast it with light, you can see all the sensors inside. In this picture, the top is the Soli sensor. The new Google Assistant has this multi-colored de…

21 Ways to Promote Your Blog (In 2019)

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backlinko.com - In today’s post I’m going to show you exactly how to promote your blog in 2019. These are the same strategies that I used to grow my blog to 449,759 monthly visits. If you’re just starting out, guest…

Workflow Considerations for Using an Image Management Service | CSS-Tricks

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css-tricks.com - There are all these sites out there that want to help you with your images. They do things like optimize your images and help you serve them performantly. That's a very good thing. By any metric, ima…

The V8 Engine and JavaScript Optimization Tips

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alligator.io - V8 is Google’s engine for compiling our JavaScript. Firefox has it’s own engine called SpiderMonkey, it’s quite similar to V8 but there are differences. We will be discussing the V8 engine in this ar…

Google exec says you should warn guests about your spy speakers | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - Perhaps you're drooling about the Pixel 4 and all the other signs of life Google announced at Tuesday's show. Even if my colleague Jason Perlow describes the company's latest smartphone as something …

World's Largest 3D Printer Makes World's Largest 3D-Printed Boat - Nerdist

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nerdist.com - If you’ve been following science and tech news lately, you’ve probably had a bunch of stories about AI and/or rockets rolling around in your head. But you can’t sleep on another highly innovative tec…

Samsung Galaxy S11 may come with a display with 20:9 aspect ratio

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androidcommunity.com - In less than half a year, Samsung will be launching a new premium flagship smartphone. We’re not even over with the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy Fold and here we are discussing the next-gen Galaxy S sm…

Google Stadia shipping very soon, here’s when exactly

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androidcommunity.com - The much-awaited Google Stadia is arriving soon. It was earlier introduced back in March as a new cheat-proof and cloud-based video game platform by Google. The latter held a press conference ahead o…

Original quality uploads to Google Photos from Pixel may be over

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androidcommunity.com - One of the selling points of the original Pixel device is that you had unlimited original quality uploads to Google Photos, especially if you take a lot of photos on your phone. But we knew it was on…

‘League of Legends: Wild Rift’ out in time for game’s 10th year

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androidcommunity.com - Riot Games has something new for the whole gaming community. Well, actually, it’s an old game that’s coming to mobile just now. Some ten years ago, League of Legends was released as a PC game. We’re …

Google unveils Nest Mini with upgraded Assistant and wall mounting

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androidcommunity.com - The rumors and the leaks were true: the new Nest Mini is something you can mount on your wall and comes with better sound quality and an upgraded Google Assistant experience. It is one of the new dev…

New Pixelbook Go launched with a 12-hour batt, sans Pen support

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androidcommunity.com - As speculated before, a new Pixelbook model has just launched. Together with the Pixel 4 phones and a slew of other products, the Pixelbook Go is another Pixel device available for the consumers. Thi…

Realme X2 Pro debuts with 64MP Quad camera with 20x Hybrid Zoom

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androidcommunity.com - OPPO’s Realme sub-brand is only a year old but it has launched a number of impressive mid-range smartphones already. We saw the Realme 2 Pro and Realme C1 out in India with a notch and Snapdragon SoC…

Google Daydream View project is no more, VR headset sales stopped

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androidcommunity.com - Google’s Daydream View isn’t just a dream. We haven’t been mentioning the product recently simply because there is no update from the tech giant. That changes now and sadly, we have bad news. Google …

Germany set to allow Huawei into 5G networks, defying pressure from the US

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www.cnbc.com - Huawei has already worked on 5G trials with Deutsche Telekom and has previously supplied existing equipment to all of Germany's telecoms operators. Germany's decision to allow Huawei access to its ne…

Here’s everything Google just announced at the Made By Google 2019 event – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Google held its annual “Made By Google” hardware event this morning in New York City, where they launched all sorts of new gear back to back to back. Didn’t have time to watch the whole stream, but s…

The 9 Premium Loyalty Stats That Every Retailer Needs to Know

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loyalty360.org - Premium loyalty isn’t a new concept. People have been paying to be members of Amazon Prime since 2005. But as consumers gain more access to more information and more choices on where to spend their d…

SprezzaBox Partners with Esquire to Bring Fashion Subscriptions to Men

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loyalty360.org - As Loyalty360 learned in conversation with Le Tote’s marketers, the fashion-subscription model catching on among male consumers remains an open question. Female consumers are increasingly finding val…

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max Review - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - Apple’s best iPhone is powerful, capable, and smart enough to draw interest from the Android crowd. Only its high price tag stands in the way. Well, that and some inherent limitations in iOS that App…

Hulu Recommendations Are About to Get a Whole Lot Better - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - Hulu is working on some major changes for its recommendation engine. The company today announced a number of new improvements that it’s working on to offer a better, more personalised experience for …

First Look: Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - When Microsoft was building the first generation Elite controller, there was some hesitation internally about if the hardware would sell. Would consumers really pay $150 for a peripheral? Seeing as t…

Huawei Revenues Surged in Q3 - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - Chinese technology giant Huawei reported that Q3 revenues jumped 27 percent to about $23.3 billion thanks to stronger than expected smartphone sales. The privately held firm also said that revenues f…

Franchise Marketing: How People Buy Now

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moz.com - This post contains an excerpt from our new primer: The Practical Guide to Franchise Marketing. Planet Fitness, Great Clips, Ace Hardware… you can imagine the sense of achievement the leadership of th…

‘Stop the email ping-pong’: nine ways to avoid digital distraction

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www.theguardian.com - As someone who hates being late, I used to glance at my phone throughout the day, causing me to get sucked into a notification on my phone’s lock screen. Instead, I started wearing a watch again. Jus…

Realizing 2030 Customer Stories With Dell Technologies–Futurum Tech Podcast Interview Series

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futurumresearch.com - In this special edition of the Futurum Tech Podcast, Daniel Newman takes a look at some of the trends and challenges in the future of work with interviewees Edward Bagden, Associated Director of Flig…

How to Create Personalized Content for Your Social Media Marketing

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www.socialmediaexaminer.com - Want to generate more engagement, leads, and sales? Have you considered using personalized content in your marketing? In this article, you’ll find a plan and tools to help you create and deliver pers…

7 social media trends to watch out for before 2020 hits - PR Daily

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www.mediapost.com - Social media is seeing fast-paced shifts and updates throughout key platforms. Here are seven social media trends to watch for as the new year approaches: 1. More ad money will be spent on TikTok. Th…

Automobile Shopping Made Easy In This Article!

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carshopping.biz - Does it seem like car salesmen have gotten the better of you? The reason is due to the fact that the salesmen have their best interests in mind, not yours. You need to get down to business when buyin…

Easy To Follow Blueprint For Success With Website Hosting

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agentmonhost.com - If you want to have a website, you need to decide what web page hosting service you want. Whether or not you are familiar with the details of this type of service, it is a service like any other, whi…

Millions of Crypto Users Can Now Buy Bitcoin, Ethereum and Dai Via Apple Pay and Google Pay | The Daily Hodl

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dailyhodl.com - Millions of Apple Pay and Google Pay users can now purchase crypto through Wyre. The company’s new products are designed to make purchases of Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Dai (DAI) extremely sim…

Get The Extra Cash You Need By Making Money Online

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getmoneymaker.com - Working online is a great way to make money. This is the article to read if you want to make money online. The following article has many tips that are a great introduction to the world of making mon…

Marketer’s Guide to SPS – Smart Production Solutions

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www.embedded-computing.com - SPS – Smart Production Solutions, taking place November 26-28, 2019 at the Nuremberg Messe, brings together over 65,000 visitors and more than 1,600 exhibitors. Our editorial team (including Alix Pau…

Do You Need Help With Your Mobile Marketing Campaign?

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firstadsense.com - There are many ways to promote their business using mobile marketing. With so many options, you might be wondering where to start. The tips will give you a great way to begin utilizing mobile marketi…

10 Collection Experiences We Can't Live Without | Yu-kai Chou: Gamification & Behavioral Design

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yukaichou.com - This post was written by contributing writer Erik van Mechelen. Collect till you can’t anymore There’s something about collecting things that is an essential part of the human experience. We organize…

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SchrangTV onthuld Duitsland in een grote val naar beneden {VIDEO} WAKKER WORDEN!!! – Binnenland en Buitenland Nieuws

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055nu.com - Duitsland bevindt zich economisch in een vrije val. Velen willen dat niet geloven en sluiten liever hun ogen. Banenverlies en faillissementen maken nu al deel uit van de dagelijkse gang van zaken in …

Zwaar gewond na val met Fiets – Ingevorderd rijbewijs Heerhugowaard – Binnenland en Buitenland Nieuws

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055nu.com - Apeldoorn – Woensdagochtend is op de (T) Spitsing aan de Ruys de Beerenbrouckstraat / 1E Wormenseweg een fietser zwaargewond geraakt daar dat deze door nog onbekende oorzaak aanduidend ten val is gek…

Realtime Robotics scores $11.7M Series A to help robots avoid collisions – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - One of the major challenges facing engineers as they develop more agile robots is helping them move through space while avoiding collisions, especially in a dynamic environment. Realtime Robotics, a …

Dodgy sex-psychology paper finally gets retracted

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arstechnica.com - Two years ago, Ars published a story about some famous psychology research that smelled... off. Psychologist Nicolas Guéguen's flashy findings on human sexuality appeared to be riddled with errors an…

NASA extends contact with Boeing for SLS rocket, paving the way for up to 10 Artemis missions – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - NASA has a new contract extension in place with Boeing, which will cover rocket stages for its Space Launch System (SLS) beyond Artemis I and Artemis II, the missions covered under the current contra…

In the Accelerator over the Sea – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - In our oceans the scale of disasters is measured in millions, billions, and trillions, while solutions amount to single digits: individuals or institutions working to impact a chosen issue with appro…

Daily Crunch: LinkedIn now supports real-world events – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Linke…

Autonomous ‘Mayflower’ research ship will use IBM AI tech to cross the Atlantic in 2020 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A fully autonomous ship called the ‘Mayflower’ will make its voyage across the Atlantic Ocean next September, to mark the 400-year anniversary of the trip of the first Mayflower, which was very much …

Healx raises $56M Series B to use AI to find treatments for rare diseases – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Healx, a Cambridge, U.K.-based startup using AI to help discover new treatments for rare diseases, has raised $56 million in Series B funding. Leading the round is London-base VC firm Atomico, with p…

Feast your eyes the first interstellar comet ever directly observed – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The solar system has another interstellar visitor, but there’s no question of this one being an alien spacecraft. It’s a true comet and the first we’ve ever confirmed comes from interstellar space, a…

How to "nudge" meat off the menu

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theconversation.com - To keep global heating below 2°C, the world's appetite for meat must change. This will mean reducing meat consumption in most developed countries and limiting the increase in developing countries. Bu…

How designers are fighting the rise of facial recognition technology

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bigthink.com - Concerned about the rise of facial-recognition technology, some designers are creating fashion for a somewhat counterintuitive purpose: not to get noticed, at least by the cameras. In the Netherlands…

SpaceX might launch another 30,000 broadband satellites, for 42,000 total

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arstechnica.com - SpaceX is seeking permission to launch another 30,000 low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellites for its Starlink broadband network, which would be in addition to the nearly 12,000 satellites the company alrea…

Is the software world taking too much from the open source community?

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arstechnica.com - Free and open source software enables the world as we know it in 2019. From Web servers to kiosks to the big data algorithms mining your Facebook feed, nearly every computer system you interact with …

A House budget committee has likely killed the 2024 Moon landing

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arstechnica.com - NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine went to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to meet with legislators who write the House's version of the space agency's budget. The hearing came after six months of frenetic…

Ancient sippy cup may hold clues about agriculture’s spread in Europe

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arstechnica.com - A recent study found that prehistoric babies drank milk from ceramic sippy cups, including some with cute animal motifs. Lest you be overwhelmed by the cuteness, there's a heartbreaking side to that …

We put Oculus Quest’s two craziest new VR features through their paces

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arstechnica.com - SAN JOSE, Calif.—Oculus is clearly bullish on its wireless VR system, the Oculus Quest, which means this week's Oculus Connect conference is chock full of the $400 headsets. The biggest queues at the…

Woman who sleeps in $500 EMF-blocking sack wants area-wide Wi-Fi limits

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arstechnica.com - A British woman has been in the news recently for diagnosing herself with a sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation and sleeping in a $500 EMF-blocking sack. She reportedly stays in the sack, from t…

To find the best parking spot, do the math

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arstechnica.com - Scientists at Boston University and the Santa Fe Institute crunched the numbers and came up with the best parking strategy. The next time you're hunting for a parking spot, mathematics could help you…

Testing Leonardo da Vinci’s bridge: His design was stable, study finds

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arstechnica.com - Pedestrians and bicyclists in Ås, Norway, use the Da Vinci Bridge to cross the city's E-18 highway, a laminated-wood structure based on an early 16th-century sketch by Leonardo da Vinci. Had Leonardo…

JavaScript Naming Conventions - RWieruch

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www.robinwieruch.de - A JavaScript naming conventions introduction by example -- which gives you the common sense when it comes to naming variables, functions, classes or components in JavaScript. No one is enforcing thes…

The Myths of Color Contrast Accessibility

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uxmovement.com - There’s a growing demand for designers to make their interfaces accessible to all users. It’s important to accommodate users with disabilities, but there are many myths to color contrast accessibilit…

How Frontend Developers Can Empower Designer’s Work — Smashing Magazine

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www.smashingmagazine.com - Sandrina Pereira is a web lover that helps turn ideas into accessible products. Currently she’s doing that at Farfetch as a Senior UI Engineer. Besides being a … More about Sandrina Pereira … Upgrade…

History of grids: from the printing press to modern web design | Webflow Blog

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webflow.com - Sparked in the Netherlands in 1917 and lasting until 1931, De Stijil was a modern art movement rooted in both minimalism and abstraction. Simplicity replaced the intricacies of realism, with a linear…

Dozens of Ancient Maya Farms Revealed by Laser Scanning

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www.ancient-origins.net - Ancient Maya civilization thrived for thousands of years beneath the cover of tropical forest in Central America, but once their civilization disappeared, so did much of the evidence of it. For a cen…

Boosting NAD+ levels may be the key to effective anti-aging treatments, study finds

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futurism.com - Human beings have been searching for the fountain of youth since the dawn of time, whether we’re talking about a literal fountain, or a figurative one. Unfortunately, as you probably know, no miracul…

A clean energy breakthrough could unlock the zero-emissions plane

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www.inverse.com - Hydrogen is necessary for everything from our own body’s chemistry to creating fuels that move us, but the creation and capture of hydrogen gas has long relied on fossil fuel refining that clogs the …

General Motors starts is using AI to design its future cars – Fanatical Futurist by International Keynote Speaker Matthew Griffin

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www.fanaticalfuturist.com - WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF New Creative Machines can design and innovate new products thousands times faster than humans, and the products they create use less material and are often more sustainable.…

New Shocking Clues Into Human Origins From Qesem Cave

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www.ancient-origins.net - Just one week after it was announced that the inhabitants of the Qesem Cave, located 12 kilometers east of Tel Aviv in Israel, perhaps practiced swan shamanism as much as 420,000 years ago, comes evi…

How to handle stress like a NASCAR pit crew member

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www.fastcompany.com - Stress—most of us try to avoid it. Plenty of studies say chronic stress is a leading cause of disease. However, stress is a normal part of daily life. The biggest misconception about stress is that i…

Pennsylvanians Can Now Visit the MinuteClinic Via Video

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loyalty360.org - CVS Health has announced that MinuteClinic, the company’s retail medical clinic, has rolled out its video visit offering in the state of Pennsylvania. People in Pennsylvania with minor illnesses, min…

Rosatom plans fuel research in Czech Republic - World Nuclear News

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world-nuclear-news.org - TVEL and the Czech research center Řež have signed a cooperation agreement in materials science studies and research. TVEL, the nuclear fuel manufacturer subsidiary of Russia’s Rosatom, announced tod…

London’s Best Hair Transplant Clinics

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www.ldnfashion.com - Hair transplants are fast becoming one of the most popular cosmetic treatments sought by men in the UK. Receding hair or hair loss can be anxiety-inducing and may even lead to people avoiding social …

15 Tried and tested bookmarklets for SEOs to improve productivity

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www.searchenginewatch.com - It’s becoming increasingly expectant that SEO’s become more flexible and holistic in their approach to website optimization. In that spirit, taking time out to find better and more efficient ways of …

Elizabeth Warren Tried Scrubbing Her DNA Video From Internet, But You Can Watch It Here

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freebeacon.com - Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren deleted a video from her Twitter account that announced to the world that she had a fraction of Native American DNA. The Massachusetts senator first…

Depth Jumps - Used and Abused - ELITETRACK

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elitetrack.com - Depth jumps are one of the most overused and abused exercise modality in all of sports training. For some reason they have come to be viewed as a holy grail of sorts; some magic pill that will ensure…

The Role of Protein in Tennis - An Intro

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www.mattspoint.com - This past summer, we saw an influx of tennis players join our fitness programs. Many players simply play tennis during the summer months - so having them join our off-court sessions was a good thing.…

Animal-vehicle collisions in Texas: How to protect travelers and animals on roadways. - PubMed - NCBI

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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - Animal-vehicle collisions (AVCs) are a growing problem in the United States, resulting in countless loss of animal life and considerable human injury and death every year, especially to motorcyclists…

How the colon prioritizes gas detox over energy use

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www.sciencedaily.com - Hydrogen sulfide is a toxic gas that is a prominent hazard in many industrial occupations. It is also one of numerous byproducts of microbial chemical processes taking place in the human gut and must…

Finding the Balance Between Benefits and Harms When Using Statins for Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease: A Modeling Study. - PubMed - NCBI

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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - Many guidelines use expected risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD) during the next 10 years as a basis for recommendations on use of statins for primary prevention of CVD. However, how harms were con…

Seeing The End Of Oil — Bioeconomy Capital

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A Neurologist Explains How She Turns Stress & Anxiety Into Success

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www.mindbodygreen.com - This may be TMI, but my life has not been easy. It has been a struggle since early on. Childhood was rough as my parents were divorced when I was 5 years old, and my mother raised my sister and me wi…

How To Talk To Your Functional Medicine Doctor About Your Labs

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NASA's Role in Studying Earth's Atmosphere

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Muscle Building Advice You Will Benefit From Knowing

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Moms' Weight-Loss Surgery Tied to Lower Risk of Birth Defects

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www.webmd.com - WEDNESDAY, Oct. 16, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Weight-loss surgery before pregnancy may lower obese women's odds of having a baby with major birth defects, new research suggests. For the study, the res…

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BUSINESS

Moody's Uses All Three Election Models and Have Selected Their Pick in the 2020 Election - David Harris Jr

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www.davidharrisjr.com - Moody’s uses three different models to select their prediction for president. With the exception of 2016, Moody’s has picked every winner since they began using this method. In all three models, Pres…

Joe Biden, Bleeding Cash, Spent Nearly $1 Million on Private Jets

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www.thedailybeast.com - Joe Biden’s presidential campaign is bleeding cash. And a big reason why appears to be an antiquated, higher-end approach to electoral politics that the former vice president has adopted. Biden’s tea…

Commentary: California’s AB 5 will kill the gig economy and force more companies to leave

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When AI Invests In AI

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www.forbes.com - The title of this article might sound farfetched to many readers, but keen students of artificial intelligence (AI) know that this is no longer very far away. Since the advent of computers, capital m…

MyGate raises $56M to bring its security management service to more gated communities in India – TechCrunch

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Europe issues interim antitrust order against Broadcom as probe continues – TechCrunch

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Netflix Q3 earnings exceed estimates, despite disappointing US subscriber growth – TechCrunch

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Founders, get advice from top experts at Disrupt Berlin this Dec. 11-12 – TechCrunch

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Canva, now valued at $3.2 billion, launches an enterprise product – TechCrunch

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All Raise expands to new geos, launches ‘VC Cohorts’ – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Dozens of impeccably dressed women outfitted in jumpsuits and Rothy’s gathered at the Greylock offices last week for a “structured networking” session hosted by All Raise, an 18-month-old nonprofit o…

T-Mobile and Sprint get FCC approval to merge in 3-2 party-line vote

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arstechnica.com - The Federal Communications Commission has voted 3-2 to approve T-Mobile's acquisition of Sprint, an FCC spokesperson confirmed to Ars today. Republican Commissioners Brendan Carr and Michael O'Rielly…

US green economy’s growth dwarfs the fossil fuel industry’s

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arstechnica.com - While US President Donald Trump may be “the world’s most powerful climate change denier,” our latest research suggests that he took over a thriving green economy. According to new data, by 2016 it wa…

24 Business Ideas That Could Be Worth Millions

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www.entrepreneur.com - Focus on one of the many problems people have that you could help them solve. The advance of the internet has democratized admission to the world of entrepreneurship. From virtually anywhere in the w…

Ripple, Coinbase Invest in Mexico’s Biggest Crypto Exchange Bitso

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cointelegraph.com - Ripple, the firm behind the third biggest cryptocurrency XRP, has led an investment round in Bitso, one of the biggest crypto exchanges in the Spanish-speaking world. An early partner of Bitso, Rippl…

Growth of BTC Millionaires Now Matches Bitcoin’s Early Years: New Data

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cointelegraph.com - The number of Bitcoin (BTC) addresses containing more than 1,000 BTC ($8.3 million) is growing at the same pace in 2019 as before 2014, new data shows. Uploaded to social media by Bitcoin statisticia…

Report: G7 Says ‘Global Stablecoins’ Pose Threat to Financial Stability

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cointelegraph.com - The G7 group of nations has reportedly drafted a report which says that “global stablecoins” pose a threat to the global financial system. According to the BBC on Oct. 13, a draft report from the G7 …

Dutch Central Bank: World Will Need Gold if Entire System Collapses

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cointelegraph.com - Fiat money will become inferior to gold in the event of a total collapse of the world’s financial system, one of Europe’s central banks has said. In comments which have caught critics of fiat by surp…

Trump in a landslide? This historically accurate model predicts exactly that

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www.marketwatch.com - President Donald Trump has a love/hate relationship with polls, surveys and predictions. He loves the ones that paint him in a positive light, and, of course, he hates all those “fake” ones that don’…

UK Real Estate Firm Accepts Bitcoin for Sale of 150-Year-Old Church

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cointelegraph.com - A 150-year-old English church is being sold for $1.5 million with the vendor accepting payment in Bitcoin (BTC). According to a listing on Rightmove, a major British online real estate portal and pro…

American are being hit with "zombie debts" from government benefits in the 1980s

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boingboing.net - The US government has enlisted the aid of high tech companies to find and hound people it allegedly overpaid decades ago for food stamps and other assistance benefits. The letters inform recipients t…

China's new cybersecurity rules ban foreign companies from using VPNs to phone home

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boingboing.net - For decades, it was a commonplace in western business that no one could afford to ignore China: whatever problems a CEO might have with China's human rights record could never outweigh the profits to…

New drug-pricing data shows stunning hikes—one whopping 667% increase

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arstechnica.com - Pharmaceutical companies continue to raise prices on hundreds of drugs at rates well over that of inflation, according to a newly released report on drug-pricing data. The data was made public thanks…

America’s Got Talent, Just Not Enough in IT

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www.wsj.com - Gartner estimates that most large U.S. companies are competing to fill many of the same technology roles, including computer and information research scientists, systems managers, analysts, engineers…

Women's earnings drop after having a child—but men's do not

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www.cnbc.com - Many economists explain that this motherhood penalty occurs because women are still expected to do a majority of the work to raise and take care of children. These social rules may force women to pri…

Loyalty360 Reads: October 16, 2019

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Bretton Woods@75 Compendium | The Bretton Woods Committee

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www.brettonwoods.org - To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Bretton Woods Conference and chart a path forward for the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and World Trade Organization, the Bretton Woods Committee…

Czechs risk wrath of EU over nuclear power project

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www.politico.eu - PRAGUE — The Czech Republic looks set for a confrontation with the European Commission — and its anti-nuclear neighbors — over its ambitions to expand nuclear power. Prague wants to streamline a proj…

U.S. Postal Service Chief to Step Down

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www.govexec.com - The head of the U.S. Postal Service will retire early next year, the agency announced on Wednesday, marking the end of a 33-year career at the mailing agency. Postmaster General Megan Brennan will st…

How to Make the Most of Your FEVS Data

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www.govexec.com - If it’s not in your inbox right now, it’s coming—your FY19 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey data. The Office of Personnel Management’s annual survey of federal employees that measures perceptions an…

Netflix Confident With Original Content Ahead of the Streaming Wars - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - The much-talked-about streaming wars are just around the corner as Disney and Apple are set to enter the video streaming market in a few weeks. And ahead of the new competition, there’s been a lot of…

'Awfully high' risks of a global recession in the next 12-18 months, Moody's chief economist says

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www.cnbc.com - Containers sit stacked at Qingdao Port on Nov. 8, 2018 in China's Shandong province. There's an "uncomfortably high" chance that a recession could hit the global economy in the next 12-18 months — an…

The New Consumer

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www.kkr.com - Ten years into the longest economic recovery in the history of the United States, investors are becoming increasingly concerned about a downturn. Along with the late cycle, trade tensions, stagnating…

ABC Fails to Fact-Check Hunter Biden's Claim of 'Not One Cent' from Chinese Govt. Deal

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www.breitbart.com - During the sit-down interview, ABC’s Amy Robach set up the segment about Hunter’s China deal with the background on President Trump’s desire to look into Hunter’s shady $1.5 billion — with a “B” — de…

Auto Insurance Made Easy. Helpful Tips And Tricks!

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Reprise Adapts Its Search And Social Roots To A Channel-Agnostic World

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Learn How To Purchase The Car Of Your Dreams!

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How Multilevel Marketing Can Save Your Business

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internetmarketinginfos.com - This article includes powerful tips on starting and to find success in network marketing. Think of network marketing as a contest where the person with the largest network wins. Think about how you c…

Getting More Out Of Your Internet Marketing Plan

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LEISURE

Australia’s oldest family-owned winery comes of age

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www.thedrinksbusiness.com - The Caley is a celebration of Hill-Smith family history. (Photo: Yalumba) Chairman Robert Hill-Smith launched two legends of Australian claret in London last month; The Caley 2014 and The Signature 2…

10 Things To Know When Traveling In Italy

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markstraveljournal.me - Traveling to another country is always exciting! Not only do you get to taste the region’s food, have fun at their festivals and meet the local people, but you also get to learn more about the cultur…

49 Incredibly Beautiful Acorn Crafts to Pursue | Homesthetics - Inspiring ideas for your home.

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homesthetics.net - In the world of crafts, imagination and creativity thrives before anything else, regardless of scale, regardless of materials involved, the creative process is something that cannot suffer comparison…

Top 6 Walking Tours in Florence

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europeupclose.com - Florence is easily one of the most recognizable places in Italy for tourists. The capital of the picturesque region of Tuscany, Florence has been important as early as the medieval times. Today, this…

The FrankOne is a simple and portable coffee brewing gadget – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The FrankOne coffee maker, fresh off a successful crowdfunding campaign, is now available for purchase, and I got a chance to test out one of the first run of these funky little gadgets. While it won…

These are the Under Armour-designed suits for Virgin Galactic’s space tourists – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A day after NASA debuted the space suits set to be worn by the first woman on the Moon, Virgin Galactic showed of its own gear at an event in New York. Created in collaboration with fitness wear comp…

Indigestion, save ends: Wendy’s releases a massive D&D-style tabletop RPG

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arstechnica.com - Yes, this Wendy's-themed tabletop RPG exists, and it's pretty robust. Your incredibly non-subtle villain, who looks like a clown and traffics in frozen beef. Hmm. Your realm. Some of these regions ar…

The Booming Business of Pet Pampering

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This Is the Most Expensive City in the World

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mentalfloss.com - If you took a vacation to Greece, you’d probably be snapping photos of every sun-soaked detail and sharing them with your friends and family on social media. As Thrillist reports, Unforgettable Greec…

Fall in love with these London wedding venues

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Where To Stay In Bordeaux - The Travel Bite

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thetravelbite.com - Spending a week in the Bordeaux region over the summer was a dream trip come true for me — exploring history, driving through vineyards, and (of course) tasting wine. Since then, one of the questions…

Fox & Friends host gets unexpected lesson on wealth inequality from Ohio diner

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www.rawstory.com - A “Fox & Friends” host got an unexpected lesson on wealth inequality from a retired man eating breakfast in an Ohio diner. Pete Hegseth visited a diner Wednesday in Columbus, where he encountered a f…

Dutch artist Saskia Boelsums presents her 'Landscape Photography' at Eduard Planting Gallery

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artdaily.com - AMSTERDAM.- Eduard Planting Gallery in Amsterdam presents from 12 October until 23 November 2019 an exhibition of Dutch fine art photographer Saskia Boelsums. The gallery shows a selection of intrigu…

3 wellness (and life) lessons from an Instagram foodie

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www.wellandgood.com - To celebrate women embracing their power at every age, our “Better With Age” series with MitoQ—a mitochondria-supporting super supplement that powers your cells to fuel your ambitions as you age—is t…

Now you can stargaze straight from your smartphone at any hour of the day

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www.wellandgood.com - There are at least 100 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy, according to The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (aka the one and only NASA). For the amateur stargazer, the night sky can …

Use your Mars sign to discover the best workout for you, astrologically speaking

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www.wellandgood.com - When it comes to astrology, Mars is a body-ruling planet. On the physical front, we already know that the planet spells out a person’s sexual appetite, and it can also help shape your go-to workout r…

Here's what a healthy plate looks like in 6 different countries

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www.wellandgood.com - Welcome to Passport Nutrition. We’re mapping the flavors of the world one country at a time by speaking with people who wrap their careers around cuisine as well as those who simply savor an hour spe…

6 Ways to Care For Your Mental Health in an Open Office

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advice.shinetext.com - You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who loves cubicles—the padded walls, gray tones, and Office Space vibe leave much to be desired. But their 21st century replacement isn’t all it’s cracked up to …

How To Access Holistic Practitioners No Matter Where You Live

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www.mindbodygreen.com - Luckily, new tech-forward startups are finding ways to solve that problem. Enter: Begin To Heal, an online platform connecting patients with vetted holistic health professionals. Started by a former …

How To Take Perfect Pictures Every Time

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slr-digitalcamera.com - People who view your pictures will be able to pick up on your mood when the photos were taken. You do not have to be a natural photographer, but you have to learn some essential things about taking p…

How a Rewards Program At Your B&B Could Increase Bookings

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bedandbreakfastreport.com - Rewards programs are often hailed as a major way to increase direct bookings but, is a B&B loyalty program going to be the best option for your business? A rewards program is a way to incentivize gue…

Learning About Jewelry? Look Here First

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popularchristmas.com - It can be well worth your while to thoroughly research any jewelry in order to buy or sell. This makes it difficult to know where you should start.Take a moment to consider how your jewelry in the sa…

Better Food, Faster, Cheaper: Quick Ways To Improve Your Cooking

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Important Pregnancy Advice Women Should Know About

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The Fall of the Berlin Wall - 30 Year Anniversary

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Tips You May Not Know About Article Marketing.

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The Thomas Sheppard Mill and Inn – Stokes, NC

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bedandbreakfastreport.com - Nestled among Carolina Pines, The Thomas Sheppard Mill and Inn is a one of a kind property. Named the ”finest example of Greek Revival architecture still standing in Pitt County”, the main home was b…

Achieve The Body You Want With These Fitness Tips

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Raise A Happy Cat With This Advice.

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Easy Dog Care Advice Every Dog Owner Should Know

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familypetshop.net - Do you own a pet that likes to misbehave? Do you have a dog that likes to chew on everything and thinks nothing of it? It’s probably past time that your dog is given a lesson in how to behave. Read t…

Great Tips To Start Juicing

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Make Traveling Simple: Advice To Help You Have A Great Trip

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bedandbreakfastreport.com - Many people want to travel to lands far away. Although it’s nice to dream about traveling, it must be paired with sound planning to ensure the best possible travel experience.The following article wi…

Plan Your Cinque Terre Hike

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Solid Advice About Wine That Can Help Anyone

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cookingblogs.info - What do you already know about wine? There is a lot to know about enjoying good wine. Read this article to learn more; you will not regret it. TIP! Don’t let others decide which wines you should try.…

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ART & ENTERTAINMENT

National Enquirer tried to protect Trump from allegation of forcibly raping 13-year-old girl: report

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www.rawstory.com - Two of the scandals swirling around President Donald appear to have collided in a blockbuster new book by investigative reporter Ronan Farrow. Trump’s relationship with American Media Incorporated (A…

Dutch police discover family locked away for years on farm 'waiting for the end of time'

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www.straitstimes.com - AMSTERDAM (REUTERS) - Five siblings and a man believed to be their father were receiving medical treatment after Dutch police acting on a tip-off discovered them locked away in a secret room at an is…

Who Should Your Chatbot Be? 5 Personalities Users Will Love

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yeti.co - Think back to your most recent chatbot experience. Do you remember what the bot said? How it made you feel? Probably not. Most chatbots provide useful information, but they do so in a generic and (le…

Shonda Rhimes signs podcast deal iHeartMedia – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Shondaland, the production company founded by “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy” creator Shonda Rhimes, has signed a deal to create a new slate of podcasts for iHeartRadio over the next three years. As p…

Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global is buying a startup that uses neuroscience to boost app usage – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - When Arianna Huffington stepped down from her role at the Huffington Post to start Thrive Global, she said the goal of her new business was to help a generation “avoid the burnout that all too often …

U.S. security chief 'heaped pain' on grieving parents of UK teen: lawyer - Reuters

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www.reuters.com - LONDON (Reuters) - Donald Trump’s national security adviser heaped pain and grief on the parents of a British teenager killed in a car crash by trying to hold a meeting at the White House between the…

Horror film Jennifer’s Body bombed 10 years ago; now it’s a cult classic

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arstechnica.com - Typically, when we think of cult classic films and TV series that get a second lease on life via VHS, DVD, or streaming, we think of a nerd's club of mostly boys: Blade Runner, Office Space, Freaks a…

Silvestre Dangond nos contó de su experiencia como drag queen | Latin AMAs 2019

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www.telemundo.com - Silvestre Dangond nos contó de su experiencia como drag queen en la grabación del video "El mentiroso", que grabó en conjunto con el dúo cubando de reguetón Gente de Zona y que interpretarán juntos e…

Follow Your Strange Curiosities and Success Will Follow - Octane Blog – The official blog of the Entrepreneurs' Organization

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blog.eonetwork.org - Written by Michael Weitz, co-founder of Virtuozo and EO Israel member. What advice would I share with young entrepreneurs today? That’s easy to answer. Follow your strange curiosities. For me they ha…

10-16-2019 - [U-Ofc] Do You Love "The Wall"?

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2020: Twitter Unveils Another Method to Keep Trump's Twitter Hidden from Users | Breitbart

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www.breitbart.com - TechCrunch reports that Twitter has stated recently that it will restrict how users can interact with tweets from world leaders who break the site’s rules. The site will not allow users to like, repl…

The 7 Must-Listen Songs for Autumn

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www.wired.com - From the very beginning, technology has attempted to predict the rhythms of our private and collective desires. When music streaming services rocketed into public favor at the tail end of the new mil…

The Best Podcasts for Discovering New Music

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EP Review | Alone I Walk Take On The Hardest Years Yet - HeadStuff

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Harnessing the power of masterminds - Natural Born Coaches

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www.naturalborncoaches.com - Back in high school, I stumbled across “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill while browsing through a bookstore. I was intrigued and bought it, and it remains one of my favourite books to this day (…

Hudson Valley MOCA presents a selection of works from the Marc & Livia Straus Family Collection

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Beginner Tips And Tricks For Playing The Guitar

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WORLD

GOP senator who vowed to do town hall meetings hasn't held one in 5 years

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Multi-provincial sex-trafficking probe based in Ontario leads to 31 arrests, 300 charges | CBC News

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www.cbc.ca - Thirty-one people, including a central "kingpin," have been arrested and more than 300 charges laid in a major investigation into a human trafficking and organized crime ring that operated around Can…

Opinion | How the Turkish president is playing Trump — and Putin

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www.nbcnews.com - President Donald Trump’s letter to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, urging him not to go after an enemy Kurdish military group in neighboring Syria as U.S. troops depart the war-torn country, …

US claims cyber strike on Iran after attack on Saudi oil facility

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arstechnica.com - Reuters reports that the United States launched a "secret cyber operation" against Iran in September, following the alleged drone and missile attack by Iran on Saudi Arabian oil facilities. Unnamed o…

Journée mondiale de la dignité – Déclaration du chef du Parti libéral à l’occasion

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