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Tuesday, October 29, 2019

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How Lean Manufacturing is Influencing Other Industries

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reliableplant.com - Around the world, the aim is the same — to produce a product as cost effectively as possible, to deliver it to the customer as quickly as possible and to do it with as few impediments as possible. Of…

What's New?

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get.todoist.help - Over the last two years, the Todoist team has been meticulously rebuilding Todoist’s foundation to help you get things done in a faster, more intuitive, and more reliable way. And it’s finally time t…

Amazon axes $14.99 Amazon Fresh fee, making grocery delivery free for Prime members to boost use – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Amazon is turning up the heat once again in the world of groceries, and specifically grocery delivery, to make its services more enticing in the face of competition from Walmart, as well as a host of…

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tpsconsulting.blogspot.com - TECHNOLOGY AND MORE! American Cancer Society hit by credit card stealing malware – TechCrunch Shared by TechCrunch techcrunch.com - The American Cancer Society’s online store has become the latest vi…

Envato Elements Review - The Resource Archive for Website Owners & Creatives

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designbombs.com - If you work online, you have probably purchased something from Envato to help you with one of your projects. Envato are one of the biggest online providers of digital assets. Operating out of Melbour…

Slack investor Index Ventures backs Slack competitor Quill – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Slack created a new solution for workplace communication, one copied by many, even Microsoft. But the product, which is meant to help individuals and businesses collaborate, has been critiqued for se…

Samsung’s new laptops charge phones with their touchpad – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Some features are the result of consumer demand. Others simply make sense. And then there are features like the Galaxy Book Flex and Ion’s Wireless PowerShare that appear to be more a product of a “b…

Yext Answers helps businesses provide better site search – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Yext helps businesses manage their presence on search and across the web; starting today, with the launch of Yext Answers, it’s also helping them provide a better experience on their own websites. “I…

Google brings its ‘.new’ domains to the rest of the web, including to Spotify, Microsoft & others – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A year ago, Google rolled out “.new” links that worked like shortcuts to instantly create new Google documents. For example, you could type “doc.new” (without the quotes) to create a new Google Doc o…

Venmo launches a rewards program offering up to 5% back at Target, Sephora, Dunkin’ & Wendy’s – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Amid increased competition in the digital payments space, Venmo today announced its first-ever rewards program, Venmo Rewards, which will allow users to earn automatic cash back on purchases when the…

Amazon Echo Buds review – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - It’s a wonder that Echo Buds didn’t arrive sooner. Earbuds (I still can’t write “hearables” without cringing a bit) are the clearest path to making Alexa work outside of the home. Amazon, after all, …

Big 3 cloud infrastructure earnings reach almost $22B this quarter – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Amazon, Microsoft and Google are often referred to as the Big 3 in the cloud infrastructure market, and if you had any doubt about the growth potential of the cloud, take a look at this quarter’s eye…

Tencent leads $111M investment in India’s video streaming service MX Player – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - MX Player, a popular video app that offers both local playback and streaming services, said on Wednesday that it has raised $110.8 million in a new financing round led by Chinese internet giant Tence…

Samsung teases a clamshell foldable form factor – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Last year at its developer conference, Samsung showed off an early glimpse of its upcoming foldable. In hindsight, the Galaxy Fold’s roll out could have gone more smoothly, but sometimes first gen pr…

Tech giants still not doing enough to fight fakes, says European Commission – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - It’s a year since the European Commission got a bunch of adtech giants together to spill ink on a voluntary Code of Practice to do something — albeit, nothing very quantifiable — as a first step to s…

Shadow announces new plans for its cloud gaming platform – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Blade, the French startup behind Shadow, held a press conference this morning to announce some product news as well as some corporate changes. Shadow is a cloud computing service for gamers. For a mo…

The slow death of Flash continues as Google begins to remove it from search – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The death of Flash has been a long time coming… and a long time going on, too. For years we’ve heard that it’s on its way out, but who among us has not found an errant Flash video or widget in the la…

Russia’s Fancy Bear hacking group targets Olympics organizations (again)

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arstechnica.com - Fancy Bear, the Russian-sponsored hacker group, recently conducted “significant cyberattacks” on 16 national and international sports and anti-doping organizations, and at least some of the offensive…

WhatsApp suit says Israeli spyware maker exploited its app to infect 1,400 users

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arstechnica.com - Facebook and its WhatsApp messenger division on Tuesday sued Israel-based spyware maker NSO Group. This is an unprecedented legal action that takes aim at the unregulated industry that sells sophisti…

Google’s parent company reportedly wants to buy Fitbit

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arstechnica.com - The $150 Charge 3 has 40% more active screen space than the Charge 2. Reuters has a shocker of a report claiming that Google's parent company, Alphabet, is trying to buy Fitbit. The report says, "The…

Russia’s Fancy Bear hackers conduct “significant cyberattacks” on anti-doping agencies

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arstechnica.com - Fancy Bear, the Russian-sponsored hacker group, recently conducted “significant cyberattacks” on 16 national and international sports and anti-doping organizations, and at least some of the offensive…

Meet the new best Android TV device: The 2019 Nvidia Shield TV

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arstechnica.com - The $149 Shield TV has a crazy cylindrical design. The ports are on the top and bottom of the cylinder. Nvidia wants you to use the Shield TV like an in-line computer: just plug everything in and tos…

FCC plans Huawei/ZTE ban, may require ripping out existing network gear

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arstechnica.com - Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is moving ahead with a ban on equipment from Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE in US-funded telecom projects. The FCC will vote on Pai's proposal at i…

Indian nuke plant’s network reportedly hit by malware tied to N. Korea

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arstechnica.com - A former analyst for India's National Technical Research Organization (NTRO) has tied a malware report published by VirusTotal to a cyber attack on India's Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant. The malware…

So long, Origin? EA comes back to Steam with new games

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arstechnica.com - For the first time since 2012, Electronic Arts is once again publishing new games on Valve's Steam platform, the publisher announced today. A pre-order page for next month's Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Or…

How a months-old AMD microcode bug destroyed my weekend

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arstechnica.com - This weekend, I was excited to deploy my first Ryzen 3000-powered workstation in my home office. Unfortunately, a microcode bug—originally discovered in July, but still floating around in large numbe…

Should We Rebrand JavaScript?

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kieranpotts.com - An interesting question was asked recently in LinkedIn's JavaScript group: Does JavaScript need to be renamed? The question really got me thinking. There's no doubt there are problems with JavaScript…

UX lessons learned from eCommerce projects

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dev.to - I have worked as a certified Magento 1 and Magento 2 frontend developer for an eCommerce agency for 4 years. I've developed and maintained several webshops ranging from small scale to enterprise shop…

Tesla Model Y Will Crush The Crossover Competition, Here’s Why

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forbes.com - Credit: Tesla There’s a lot of EV crossover competition coming down the pike but don’t expect established gas-engine automakers to suddenly wrest the EV market from Tesla. In short: The Tesla Model Y…

OnePlus Launcher updated to version 4.1 with two new features

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androidcommunity.com - OnePlus is one of the few mobile brands today that regularly sends out OS updates. Just check the number of OxygenOS updates we’ve featured. OnePlus is one busy OEM and that’s expected since it only …

Nubia Z20 Durability Test: Dual-screen phone is solid

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androidcommunity.com - The Nubia Z20 was made available a couple of weeks ago. It was launched with its dual-screen goodness after months of being teased and leaked. The phone with dual AMOLED display, triple rear shooters…

Galaxy Note 10 features rolling out for Galaxy S10 devices

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androidcommunity.com - We’ve already known that some of the features that were previously exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will eventually make their way to the Galaxy S10 devices. Well, that day has finally come, a…

Google set to acquire Fitbit, to enter the fitness tracking game

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androidcommunity.com - Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is poised to acquire Fitbit. The company is said to have offered to buy the wearable device maker in an effort to improve on its smartwatch game. There is no offici…

OnePlus 7 Pro 5G to receive Android 10 update, here’s when

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androidcommunity.com - A lot of OnePlus 7 Pro 5G phone owners have been complaining they’re stuck with Android 9. They’ve been anticipating Android 10 but nothing is made official yet. Now we’ve got word Android 10 is comi…

Digital Wellbeing may get Scheduling, Take A Break features in Focus Mode

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androidcommunity.com - The Digital Wellbeing tool that Google introduced will soon be “required” for all Android devices. It will supposedly help people create a balance between their digital and offline lives. One of the …

Netflix testing out variable playback speeds on mobile

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androidcommunity.com - If you’ve ever wanted to watch something on Netflix a little bit faster or slower, you might get your wish soon. The video streaming giant has confirmed rumors that they are testing out playback spee…

Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3300 SoC may be announced soon

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androidcommunity.com - The Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor is about to be replaced by the Snapdragon Wear 3300. The chipset was last noted on the Louis Vitton Tambour Horizon and Montblanc Summit 2. There is no off…

Huawei Nova 6 5G live photo, image render surface online

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androidcommunity.com - Huawei may be facing challenges these past few months but there is no stopping the top 2 mobile brand in the world. Smartphone sales may be affected in some regions but Q3 results still show an impro…

Samsung to bring slow motion selfies to One UI 2

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androidcommunity.com - One of the talking points of the iPhone 11 was a thing called “slofie”. This is basically a feature that lets you record a short video from your front-facing camera and then slowed down. And now it l…

Apple HomePod's Latest Software Update Is Bricking Devices - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - Apple released iOS 13.2 on Monday with new features for the HomePod. The newest update to the HomePod actually introduced some useful features like multi-user support, letting the HomePod distinguish…

New cyberattacks targeting sporting and anti-doping organizations - Microsoft on the Issues

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blogs.microsoft.com - Today we’re sharing that the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center has recently tracked significant cyberattacks originating from a group we call Strontium, also known as Fancy Bear/APT28, targeting a…

Trump reportedly tried to stop Amazon from winning a $10 billion cloud deal, but experts say Microsoft won on its own merits

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businessinsider.com - President Donald Trump has been a vocal critic of Amazon in general and of CEO Jeff Bezos in particular — as well as the Washington Post, the Bezos-owned newspaper that has published much reporting c…

Dissent Erupts at Facebook Over Hands-Off Stance on Political Ads

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nytimes.com - Mr. Zuckerberg also said Facebook’s policies were largely in line with what other social networks — like YouTube and Twitter — and most American television broadcasters had decided to run on their ne…

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SCIENCE

You’re very easy to track down, even when your data has been anonymized

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technologyreview.com - The data trail we leave behind us grows all the time. Most of it isn’t that interesting—the takeout meal you ordered, that shower head you bought online—but some of it is deeply personal: your medica…

Registration is open for TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - It’s time to get your robotics fix, startup fans. That’s right, TC Sessions: Robotics & AI returns to UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall on March 3, 2020. Join us for a day-long deep-dive focused on the i…

In-space manufacturing could prompt more startups to reach for the stars – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Depending on who you ask, space-based technology is past peak hype, at the beginning of its investment growth curve, or in an infrastructure-building phase akin to the railway industry in 1800s Ameri…

Justin Drake from the Ethereum Foundation is coming to Disrupt Berlin – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The Ethereum community is hard at work on Ethereum 2.0, the next major upgrade of its blockchain. It is an incredibly challenging task, and the Ethereum Foundation has been completely transparent abo…

Facebook unveils its first foray into personal digital healthcare tools – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Nearly a year and a half after the Cambridge Analytica scandal reportedly scuttled Facebook’s fledgling attempts to enter the healthcare market, the social media giant is launching a tool called “Pre…

Is A Diet That's Healthy For Us Also Better For The Planet? Most Of The Time, Yes

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npr.org - Almonds and other nuts are often touted as healthy snacks, because they can help you maintain a healthy weight and are linked to a lower risk of heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. But almonds are gro…

It's Official: The Bee Has Been Declared "Most Important Living Being on the Planet”

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themindunleashed.com - (TT) — At a meeting of the Royal Geographic Society of London, Earthwatch Institute declared bees the most invaluable species on this planet, as reported by The Guardian in 2008. And along with it co…

Collision liquified the 4th-largest asteroid, turning it into a dwarf planet

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arstechnica.com - The bodies of our Solar System's asteroid belt have violent pasts. Some, like the dwarf planet Ceres, have seen their interiors restructured under the force of gravity while having their surfaces bla…

50 years ago today, the Internet was born. Sort of.

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arstechnica.com - On October 29, 1969, at 10:30pm Pacific Time, the first two letters were transmitted over ARPANET. And then it crashed. About an hour later, after some debugging, the first actual remote connection b…

Six cars aced new pedestrian detection tests

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arstechnica.com - After reaching an all-time low in 2009, the number of pedestrian fatalities caused by cars has been on the rise in recent years. New technology has the potential to change that. A new report from the…

Are you a mouse who can’t let go of fear? Your microbiome might be the problem

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arstechnica.com - The gut-brain axis is officially a thing. Evidence is accumulating that the gut microbiome, and perturbations in it, can affect behavior—at least in mice. New work is starting to unravel how. Normall…

NASA shares details of lunar surface missions—and they’re pretty cool

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arstechnica.com - Look! Here's an artist's conception of an astronaut on the Moon. It appears as though she is installing a geophone. Back to 2024: Here are some more details about the science goals. Scientists are ve…

Real-time Multiside Refraction in Three Steps | Codrops

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tympanus.net - In this tutorial you will learn how to make objects appear glass-like in three steps using Three.js. From our monthly sponsor: Automate manual QA and catch visual bugs with Percy’s all-in-one visual …

Dark mode is everywhere. Is it really better for you?

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fastcompany.com - Design types are notorious for wearing black (guilty as charged) and they aren’t alone: Black was the most popular color in womenswear in 2017, taking up 36% of the market according to the retail tec…

Speed Up Your Website With WebP — Smashing Magazine

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smashingmagazine.com - Suzanne Scacca is a former WordPress implementer, trainer and agency manager who now works as a freelance copywriter. She specializes in crafting marketing, web … More about Suzanne Scacca … (This is…

Are There Random Numbers in CSS? | CSS-Tricks

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css-tricks.com - CSS allows you to create dynamic layouts and interfaces on the web, but as a language, it is static: once a value is set, it cannot be changed. The idea of randomness is off the table. Generating ran…

Re-designing a mobile AR experience for athletes — a UX case study

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uxdesign.cc - Athletes, sports teams and their coaches always look for ways to get better results and guarantee victory. New technologies are a great advantage for professional athletes to improve their techniques…

Accessible Drop Caps

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adrianroselli.com - Since the early days of the web, when images could be floated and text would wrap around them, designers have wanted to bring drop caps onto the web. Then we learned how terrible a pattern like <img …

Scientists develop the world's first infinitely recyclable plastic – Fanatical Futurist by International Keynote Speaker Matthew Griffin

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fanaticalfuturist.com - WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Today’s plastics can’t be recycled forever because of the way they’re made and the way recycling systems today work, but a new breakthrough solves both these issues. Interes…

Weird, Windy Weather Converges to Fuel Wildfires Raging Across California

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thedailybeast.com - Summer might be over, but California is currently facing a wildfire outbreak so severe that California Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency, citing “historic” winds and “unprecedented”…

Venus is covered in gigantic crystal volcanoes

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futurism.com - The surface of Venus is covered in hundred-meter volcanic mountains made of crystals, and scientists think they finally figured out how they formed. The crystals, which form as mushy liquid deep unde…

Evolution Tells Us We Might Be the Only Intelligent Life in the Universe

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ancient-origins.net - Are we alone in the universe? It comes down to whether intelligence is a probable outcome of natural selection, or an improbable fluke. By definition, probable events occur frequently, improbable eve…

MIT scientists say they found a new way to scrub atmospheric CO2

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futurism.com - A team of MIT engineers claims to have figured out how to scrub harmful carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, potentially giving the world a new weapon in the fight against climate change. While many…

How Will We Make First Contact With Alien Life?

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thedailybeast.com - Fifteen years ago next month, the crew of a U.S. Navy jet fighter made first contact with what some believe was extraterrestrial life. What they actually made contact with, most likely, was some kind…

Your brain approaches tricky tasks in a surprisingly simple way

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cosmosmagazine.com - Have you ever sat down to complete your morning crossword or Sudoku and wondered about what's happening in your brain? Somewhere in the activity of the billions of neurons in your brain lies the code…

"In Realtime" --Creation of One of Largest Objects in the Universe | The Daily Galaxy

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dailygalaxy.com - Astronomers using data from NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory and other telescopes have put together a detailed map of a rare collision between four galaxy clusters, creating a mega-structure forming …

New Study On Early Human Fire Acquisition Settles Debate

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ancient-origins.net - Fire starting is a skill that many modern humans struggle with in the absence of a lighter or matches. The earliest humans likely harvested fire from natural sources, yet when our ancestors learned t…

Pre-Hispanic Symbols Found in a Mexican Tunnel

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ancient-origins.net - Archaeologists in Ecatepec, México state, have found a centuries old tunnel with symbolic imagery. The tunnel in Ecatepec is part of a 17th-century colonial dike system called the Albarradón de Ecate…

Here Are Small Behaviors That Influence How People Judge Your Personality - DesignTAXI.com

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designtaxi.com - Here Are Small Behaviors That Influence How People Judge Your Personality Image via Shutterstock Although it does not seem nice to judge anyone through fleeting behavior, most of us do it unconscious…

How Data Science Could Become A Mainstream Career

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forbes.com - Ferenstein One of the big questions about the future of work is how we will train people to take on some of the fastest growing technical jobs in the economy. After all, occupations such as Data Scie…

University Could Fire Professor Who Had Already Retired

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shrm.org - A university could lawfully dismiss a retired university professor under the terms of its academic-employee manual, a California appeals court ruled. The court reversed a trial court ruling that the …

Facebook introduces health resources within the app

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androidcommunity.com - Facebook is now entering the digital health market as they are partnering with various health organizations to bring resources within the social media app itself. In selected countries, you will now …

You Learn More From Success Than Failure

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futurity.org - Contrary to common beliefs about learning from failure, you learn more from success, according to new research. “Our society celebrates failure as a teachable moment,” write the study’s authors, who …

Monitoring System in Excel - Complementary Training

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complementarytraining.net - Most practitioners are collecting and analysing GPS training load data every day. In this video I will walk through the monitoring system I have developed during my experience as sports scientist and…

Train Smart Not Hard | How to Get the Most Out of Functional Training? - ELITETRACK

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elitetrack.com - Functional training is one of the most beneficial types of fitness programs for people of almost all age groups and gender. This isn’t just a workout class that you go to sweat a little and go home. …

The Many Deaths of Baghdadi

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Are Republicans Right to Fear a 2020 Wipeout?

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Tenergy TN471U 2-bay Universal Battery Charger for Li-ion/NiMH with LCD, Micro USB input

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power.tenergy.com - Features And Benefits: ADVANCED 18650 BATTERY CHARGER - Tenergy's smart charger shows detailed charging status on an easy-to-read LCD screen. The always on screen means no more guessing the charge ti…

24/7 Carb Burner

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Transmissibility and potential for disease progression of drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis: prospective cohort study. - PubMed - NCBI

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ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - To measure the association between phenotypic drug resistance and the risk of tuberculosis infection and disease among household contacts of patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. 106 district health …

The Cost-Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Versus Second-Generation Antidepressants for Initial Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder ... - PubMed - NCBI

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ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - Most guidelines for major depressive disorder recommend initial treatment with either a second-generation antidepressant (SGA) or cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Although most trials suggest that…

Five Principles for Thinking Like a Futurist

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er.educause.edu - Thinking about the future allows us to imagine what kind of future we want to live in and how we can get there. In 2018 we celebrated the fifty-year anniversary of the founding of the Institute for t…

Instagram Nixes Plastic Surgery-Like Filters & We Love The Reason Why

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mindbodygreen.com - Instagram's filters are about to get a little, um, make-under. They'll now start banning any filter that has a plastic-surgery-like effect. You know, the ones that blow up your lips like you've gotte…

Functional Medicine Linked To A Higher Quality Of Life, New Study Finds

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mindbodygreen.com - At mbg, we're no strangers to the benefits of functional medicine. Nutrition, sleep, exercise, stress levels, relationships, and genetics are all major contributors to chronic disease, and sometimes …

Research Finds A New Link Between Sun Exposure & Gut Health

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mindbodygreen.com - You religiously slather on sunscreen, wear a floppy hat even when you aren't at the beach, and seek shade whenever you're outside, all in an effort to avoid sun exposure. We all know the dangers of U…

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BUSINESS

Medicare would cover dental and vision if these bills pass Congress

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cnbc.com - "The majority of people on Medicare still choose to be in [original] Medicare, so having an expansion of benefits would accrue to everyone," Lipschutz said. "It would be a significant improvement to …

State 'certificate of need' laws need to go

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thehill.com - Henry Ford said, “Competition is the keen cutting edge of business, always shaving away at costs.” Ford’s statement explains in a few words why health care costs have continued to rise as prices for …

Stephen K. Bannon once guided a global firm that made millions helping gamers cheat

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washingtonpost.com - White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon served as vice chairman of Internet Gaming Entertainment. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Stephen K. Bannon had already been successful in Hollywoo…

TrueLayer, the open banking API provider, discloses investment and partnership with Visa – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - TrueLayer, the London startup that’s built a developer API platform for fintechs and other adjacent companies to utilise open banking, has agreed a strategic and commercial relationship with Visa. Th…

This is the gig worker ballot initiative Uber, Lyft, DoorDash and Instacart are backing – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A group of Lyft, Uber and DoorDash drivers are announcing this morning in Sacramento a statewide ballot measure for the November 2020 ballot. Called the Protect App-Based Drivers & Services Act — fun…

Israeli seed fund Remagine is financing media’s AI revolution – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - While large entertainment companies scramble to catch up to streaming content platforms, more fundamental upheaval is headed their way as a result of technological advances in artificial intelligence…

Revisiting Jumia’s JForce scandal and Citron’s short-sell claims – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - In advance of Jumia’s November financial reporting, it’s worth revisiting the company’s second quarter results, the downside of which included some negative news beyond losses. The Africa focused e-c…

Become scores $12.5M Series A for its business lending marketplace – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Become, the Israeli startup that operates a business lending marketplace to give SMBs more funding options, has closed $10 million in Series A investment. In addition, the company — formerly known ha…

Market research platform Milieu Insight raises $2.4 million to launch in more Southeast Asian countries – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Milieu Insight, a Singapore-based market research and data platform, announced today that it has raised $2.4 million in pre-A funding. The round, led by MassMutual Ventures Southeast Asia, will be us…

Using 3D imaging, ManiMe sells custom-fit stick-on nails – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A startup that’s created high-tech stick-on nails has just launched with $2.6 million in venture capital funding. The round was led by Canaan Partners’ Maha Ibrahim, who’s other early investments inc…

Fountain, a platform for recruiting gig and hourly workers, raises $23M – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Contract, self-employed and temporary jobs are on the rise in developed markets, with some 85% of the global workforce, 2.7 billion people, estimated to be on some form of hourly wage rather than fla…

LA-based gaming studio Scopely raises $200M at a $1.7B valuation – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The Los Angeles-based mobile game development studio Scopely has become America’s newest unicorn thanks to a $200 million financing which values the company at a whopping $1.7 billion. Scopely said i…

Waymo expands self-driving services to include B2B car parts delivery trial – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Self-driving vehicle technology company Waymo has expanding its business relationship with automotive retail company AutoNation, the companies announced today. The new extension builds on the existin…

Datameer announces $40M investment as it pivots away from Hadoop roots – TechCrunch

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WeFarm rakes in $13M to grow its marketplace and network for independent farmers – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Huge networks like Facebook and LinkedIn have a huge gravitational force in the world of social media — the size of their audiences make them important platforms for advertising and those who want in…

Walmart and Green Dot to jointly establish a new fintech accelerator, Tailfin Labs – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Walmart announced today an expansion of its existing relationship with financial services provider Green Dot, which will continue to serve as the issuing bank and program manager for the Walmart Mone…

Webiny announces $347K seed to build open-source serverless CMS – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Webiny, a London startup developing a serverless content management system, announced a $347,000 (£247,000) seed round today led by EU investment firm Episode 1. Webiny founder Sven Al Hamad says tha…

15 Warning Signs a Business Partnership Might Not Work Out

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smallbiztrends.com - Not all partnerships or deals work out well. Some just can’t formalize because of extraneous factors affecting the agreement, while others can be impacted by poor communication skills or a lack of fl…

Millionaires now hold nearly half of the world's wealth

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cnbc.com - The number of millionaires in the world grew to nearly 47 million over the past year, and they now own close to half of the world's wealth, according to a new study. Despite the trade wars, slowing g…

AT&T hits online TV customers with second big price increase this year

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arstechnica.com - AT&T is rolling out another batch of price increases for AT&T TV Now, the online streaming service formerly known as DirecTV Now. The AT&T TV Now "Plus" package that contains 45 channels and costs $5…

How Blockchain and Crypto Are Poised to Shift the Balance of Power

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cointelegraph.com - Blockchain’s potential to disrupt the financial landscape is evident. Even at this early point in the technology’s development, established institutions — including banks and governments — have been …

Where to Spend Bitcoin: A Global Overview From Ljubljana to Zurich

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cointelegraph.com - There’s no easy way to buy, send or spend cryptocurrency in person — not even for a slice of pizza or a cup of coffee, or so it’s been said. Meanwhile, the number of physical merchant locations that …

4 Days Remain for 16K Bitcoin Price 4Chan Prophecy: Now Possible?

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cointelegraph.com - Bitcoin price (BTC) has been a popular topic this week. After the monstrous run from $7,400 to over $10,500 on Oct. 25, it certainly looks as if last week's article indicating the early stages of a b…

Largest American Food Coop to Pilot Mastercard’s Blockchain Tech

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cointelegraph.com - Topco Associates, the largest American retail food group purchasing organization, will pilot Mastercard’s blockchain tech in its operations. According to a press release on Oct. 27, Topco will test a…

THE AI IN INSURANCE REPORT: How forward-thinking insurers are using AI to slash costs and boost customer satisfaction as disruption looms

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businessinsider.com - The insurance sector has fallen behind the curve of financial services innovation — and that's left hundreds of billions in potential cost savings on the table. The most valuable area in which insure…

The Bitter Truth About Why People Fail To Succeed In Their Jobs

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forbes.com - We hire for success but fire for failure. We promote people with the best education and experience and then complain that they can’t lead their teams, build coalitions or resolve conflict. We think o…

Workers Say Their Companies Cause Them Mental Health Problems

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shrm.org - Survey after survey, study after study, indicate that an increasing number of people suffer from mental health problems at work—and sometimes because of their workplace. One of the most recent survey…

The IRS Tried to Hide Emails That Show Tax Industry Influence Over Free File Program

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propublica.org - For a decade and a half, the IRS program to allow most Americans to file their taxes for free has been floundering. Now, IRS emails obtained by ProPublica help show why: The agency has allowed the ta…

Tom Del Beccaro: Crazy California is actively working to drive middle class voters out of the state

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foxnews.com - High costs and liberal policies are chasing the middle class out, former chairman of the California Republican Party Tom Del Beccaro says. Someday, in some fantasy world, legislators and governors wi…

USCIS Agency Rejects More H-1B Visa Workers | Breitbart

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breitbart.com - “With these denials, it’s great news because it opens up jobs for citizens [and] increases the wage rate,” said Kevin Lynn, founder of Progressives for Immigration Reform. The cut also “reduces the p…

Food Truck at ICE Facility Gets Backlash: ‘We Make Tacos Not War'

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breitbart.com - “We serve all communities, we go to all neighborhoods, we are not political,” one of the Lloyd trucks owner, Pete Cimino, said at a press conference on Monday. “Why would we be?” “How can any busines…

Apocalypse Not: Climate Change Touting Mayors Stay Mum When Selling Bonds | Breitbart

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breitbart.com - On most days, climate change is an “existential threat” requiring federal regulation, international accords, and–of course–a flood tide of federal funds into their city. But if you ask them on a day …

‘Dead in a Ditch’: UK Destroys Commemorative 31 Oct Brexit Coins

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breitbart.com - Mr Johnson pledged to take the UK out of the EU on October 31st — after his predecessor, Theresa May, delayed Brexit from March 29th — “do or die”, “with or without a deal”. In September, he said tha…

Tanzania: Come for the nature, stay for the stock market | Sovereign Man

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sovereignman.com - [Editor’s Note: Today’s Note from the Field comes from Sovereign Man Team Member Joe Jarvis who recently climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.] For some people it starts with loss of appetite. Other…

Perspective | It’s time to take Elizabeth Warren’s agenda seriously

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washingtonpost.com - Sen. Elizabeth Warren appears on a series of screens during the recent Democratic presidential debate at Otterbein University in Ohio. Warren is now considered the front-runner in the race for the De…

Dubai needs to adopt a 'humanistic' view of technology, says futurist

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arabianbusiness.com - World renowned futurist Dr Gerd Leonhard says that while Dubai’s embrace of technology is impressive, the city needs to adopt a humanistic worldview in its pursuit of progress so it can create a viab…

Take the 2019 State of the Local SEO Industry Survey

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moz.com - We couldn’t do it without you! In 2018, over 1,400 marketers responded to our State of the Local SEO industry survey. We all learned so much from your responses about the day-to-day realities of mark…

Three Far-Left Economists Are Influencing The Way Young People Think

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thefederalist.com - Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman are University of California, Berkeley economics professors and key players in designing economic policy for 2020 Democratic hopefuls Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sand…

Building trust in human-centric AI - FUTURIUM - European Commission

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ec.europa.eu - The Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a document prepared by the High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG). This independent expert group was set up…

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LEISURE

Autumn in Europe: 50+ Best places to visit in Europe in October

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Watchdog: Rates at Trump hotel nearly three times higher for Republican retreat

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thehill.com - Rates for rooms at President Trump's hotel in Washington, D.C., are nearly three times as high as usual on the night of a Republican Senate retreat that will be hosted at the president's property, ac…

Why Outlining Is Writing | Writer's Digest

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writersdigest.com - New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize finalist S.C. Gwynne shares the secret to a high-quality nonfiction writing: spending time on an outline. One of the most common questions I am as…

Extra Crunch is now available in five new European countries – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - We’re excited to announce that Extra Crunch is now available to readers in Austria, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, and Poland. That adds to our existing European support in Germany, France, Spain a…

Tiqets, a platform for booking museums and other attractions, raises $60M led by Airbnb – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Airbnb is best known as the place you go to find somewhere to stay that’s not a hotel. Now, it has made an investment in a startup that points to its bigger ambition to be a go-to destination for exp…

This former Uber exec wants to design and furnish your next apartment – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Chan Park feels like “an eternal nomad.” He has since age 12, when he moved from Korea to the U.S., where he attended middle school in Minnesota, followed by high school in New Jersey, followed by co…

The Secret of Work-Life Balance for Entrepreneurs (hint…it’s different than you think) - Thrive Global

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thriveglobal.com - Work-Life Balance is B.S.: How to Keep It All in Check Recently, I’ve been occupied with a flurry of investments that have taken up a lot of my time and energy. Add to that I’ve been working with Tec…

Why You Should Find Time to Be Alone With Yourself

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nytimes.com - Time with your thoughts sans social distractions can also be restorative, build your confidence and make it easier for you to maintain boundaries, Ms. Roberts said. In addition, it can boost producti…

The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 packs plenty of smiles per mile

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arstechnica.com - Can you get more all-American than a red-white-and-blue trio of Mustang Shelby GT500s? If you prefer your 760hp track-day Pony cars to come in Skittle-like shades, that can be arranged, too. Those st…

The Force won’t be with them: David Benioff and D.B. Weiss exit Star Wars

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arstechnica.com - Former Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss will no longer be developing the next Star Wars film trilogy for LucasFilm, Deadline Hollywood reports. Instead, they'll be focusing on…

Clone Rudd: Living with Yourself is great sci-fi in the Orphan Black mold

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arstechnica.com - It's easy to criticize long-running sci-fi series for losing their way after a few seasons. The initial spark might fade; ridiculous plot twists might emerge; the whole thing might end with a painful…

Paquita la del Barrio cancela presentación y desata la furia de sus fanáticos

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telemundo.com - Paquita la del Barrio desata la polémica y furia entre sus seguidores luego de que no se presentara durante un evento. Famosos ARV: Jonathan Islas le pide perdón a Fabiola Campomanes y más Jonathan I…

Revelan quién dio la ubicación del líder de ISIS a EEUU

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telemundo.com - Donald Trump confirmó la muerte de Abu al-Baghdadi, líder de ISIS, junto a tres niños y sale a luz quién fue la persona que decidió colaborar con EEUU. Acusan a abuelo de la muerte de niña que cayó d…

Donald Trump es abucheado durante juego de la Serie Mundial en Washington

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telemundo.com - Miles de fanáticos rechazaron la presencia del presidente Trump durante el quinto juego de la Serie Mundial entre Astros y Nacionales. Revelan quién dio la ubicación del líder de ISIS a EEUU Satélite…

Lucía Méndez gana demanda contra el periodista Alex Kaffie

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telemundo.com - Lucía Méndez ganó la batalla contra el periodista Alex Kaffie por daño moral lo que llevó a Kaffie a disculparse públicamente. Jacky Bracamontes reaparece luego de someterse a cirugías estéticas Famo…

Publican video inédito de José José bajo los cuidados de Sarita Sosa

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telemundo.com - Luego de un mes del fallecimiento de José José, el esposo de Sarita Sosa publicó un video en donde se ve al cantante siendo atendido por su hija menor. Famosos ARV: Jonathan Islas le pide perdón a Fa…

Create Your Battle Board! (My Secret to Productivity) - Brendon Burchard

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brendon.com - Free Book! My blog readers get a complimentary copy of my new book High Performance Habits, while supplies last! I bought 1000 for you – so no charge for the book itself – but I do ask you pay your s…

The restaurant owner who asked for 1-star Yelp reviews

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thehustle.co - In 2014, chef Davide Cerretini advertised a special that would forever change his fate: Anyone who left his restaurant a 1-star review on Yelp would get 25% off a pizza. See, his Bay Area-based Itali…

How to Make a Sticky Menu in WordPress - Qode Interactive

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qodeinteractive.com - Site navigation is one of those UX essentials that shape the way visitors feel about your website. Modern-day web users have absolutely no intention to waste their time on a website that fails to del…

How a Minnesota Suburb Became the Halloween Capital of the World

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mentalfloss.com - Everyone knows someone who just loves to cook, but they can't show off their skills if they don't have the proper kitchenware. So if there's someone in your life that's always ready to offer you a ho…

Photographer Immortalizes Greta Thunberg in Powerful Wet Plate Portraits

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mymodernmet.com - Climate change activist Greta Thunberg is just 16 years old, but has already captured the attention of the world—and a nomination for a Nobel Peace Prize. With her aim to spotlight environmental cris…

The American System of Tipping Makes No Sense

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theatlantic.com - The case for tipping borrows equally from Econ 101 and behavioral psychology. By outsourcing compensation to consumers, companies can pay their employees less. By controlling tips, consumers can tell…

Dream Homes Do Come True | JOY TO THE HOME JOURNAL: All Things Real Estate & Design

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joytothehomejournal.com - Joy to the Home Journal’s inspiration for #AffordableLuxury A post shared by Jeanette JOY Fisher (@joytothehomejournal) on Apr 1, 2017 at 11:12am PDT Joy to the Home Journal’s inspiration for #Afford…

How To Pack For A Week In A Carry On – The Travel Bite

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thetravelbite.com - One of the questions I’m most often asked is how we manage to travel around the world with only carry on luggage. I do admit, it takes some planning. But being organized and packing light takes so mu…

Are Blogs Still Relevant In 2019? – The Travel Bite

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thetravelbite.com - I gave a keynote at FLBlogCon about the current state of blogging and why storytelling is more important now more than ever. Are blogs still relevant? The short answer is yes. But why blogs are still…

Lessons in Connecting from a Black Bear Encounter

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leadershipfreak.blog - I kept bees for a few years but gave up after the bears found them. Occasionally I sat beside the hive just to watch them work. One summer day, while working the hive, I looked up to see a black bear…

Texas Art Museum Encourages Children to Eat Bugs

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infowars.com - An art museum in Texas encouraged children and families to eat insects, including crickets and mealworms, during its “Eat a Bug” day this past weekend. According to the Art Museum of Southeast Texas,…

11 Lesser-Known State Parks In Wisconsin That Don't Disappoint

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onlyinyourstate.com - With all there is to see and do around Spring Green, this state park seems to be forgotten. It's home to the the reconstructed Helena Shot Tower, first built in 1832. It was added to the National Reg…

Lego and Harley-Davidson team for events at museum

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jsonline.com - Lego built a life-sized model of a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle. And kids and grownups are both interested in them. That's why Nathan Kolbe, marketing lead for Harley-Davidson, was excited to e…

Signez la pétition

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change.org - Above: a baby elephant beaten to the ground in the "training" process of pajan. The plight of elephants in Africa is widely recognised, but far less is known of the even more desperate threats facing…

The breakfast a gastroenterologist says is best for your gut health

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wellandgood.com - When it comes to eating for gut health, arguably no one knows better than gastroenterologists, who spend their days working with patients who are suffering from all sorts of digestive problems. In ot…

What Are Signs Of Stress For Introverted Children? An Expert Explains

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mindbodygreen.com - It is important to keep in mind that there is nothing wrong with a child being introverted. Simply stated, they have a different way of interacting with the world and others, and it is in no way a ba…

It's going to be a financially lucrative year for you, Gemini—so get ready to be filthy rich

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wellandgood.com - It’s almost 2020, baby, and I’d like to think that means happy horoscopes for all. The ’20s of the last century, after all, was gleeful time: everyone had finger wave hairstyles, there was lots of bo…

Explore four millennia of Spanish and Latin American art at the Cincinnati Art Museum

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artdaily.com - CINCINNATI, OH.- Treasures of the Spanish World explores the visual cultures of Spain and Latin America across 4,000 years, through some of the finest artworks from the Iberian Peninsula and Spanish …

The Smart Girl's Guide To Indulgence Through The Holidays

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thechalkboardmag.com - fall and winter are filled with a nonstop lineup of holidays that make this a truly sweet time of year – in every sense. From Halloween right through New Year’s Eve, we’re bombarded by sugar-laden of…

MFA Boston re-examines Nubia's story in exhibition exploring power, representation and cultural bias

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artdaily.com - BOSTON, MASS.- For more than 3,000 years, a series of kingdoms flourished along the Nile Valley in what is today southern Egypt and northern Sudan, a region known in antiquity as Kush and by modern s…

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ART & ENTERTAINMENT

Hitman hires hitman who hires hitman who hires hitman who hires hitman

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metro.co.uk - Five hitmen have been jailed for attempted murder after each one avoided carrying out the contract themselves so they could make a profit. Chinese businessman Tan Youhui was looking for a hitman to t…

Superman Movie Fake AI Script Introduces Journalismman

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screenrant.com - In the latest entry in the "I forced a bot to watch" meme, comedian Keaton Patti has unveiled the first page of an A.I.-generated Superman screenplay featuring a new character, Journalismman. With ne…

HBO Max will cost $14.99 per month and will launch in May 2020 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - AT&T and WarnerMedia just announced the pricing of its HBO Max streaming service, along sharing more details about the timing and content lineup. The service will cost $14.99 per month — the same pri…

With Sean Rad signed on as co-founder, Good Today launches new tool for company-wide donations – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Good Today offers a simple way for people to support a variety of charity organizations: By donating as little as 25 cents a day, supporters get a daily email allowing them to vote for one of two cha…

Disney leans hard into Space Western territory in new Mandalorian trailer

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arstechnica.com - Disney's new streaming service, Disney+, launches next month, featuring the Mouse House's flagship eight-episode new series, The Mandalorian. It's a spinoff of the Star Wars franchise starring Pedro …

See on Apple TV+: Less Game of Thrones, more unintentionally funny Syfy

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arstechnica.com - When Apple TV+ launches on November 1, it brings with it five original titles: four TV series and one movie. This seems like a modest start, but it's four more titles than Netflix had when it first s…

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…

Why Self-Reliance Leads To More Certainty In Your Life - Darius Foroux

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dariusforoux.com - In my twenties, I often found myself aimless in life. It seemed like every other week, I had no idea what to do next in my life and career. I had no certainty. Do you know how that feels? It’s a feel…

Tron Price Up 25% as China Reportedly ‘Bans’ Anti-Blockchain Sentiment

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cointelegraph.com - China is rapidly adopting a pro-blockchain stance following news it would bring in a so-called “crypto law” in January next year. In a sign of China’s abrupt official about-turn on blockchain, offici…

An Ode to CLOAK & DAGGER's Undeniable Brilliance - Nerdist

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nerdist.com - Cloak & Dagger heroes Tyrone and Tandy’s big crossover to Runaways will be their final stand on TV. Deadline announced that the Freeform Marvel series was cancelled after only two seasons. The articl…

The Vast of Night is an alien encounter film like no other

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arstechnica.com - AUSTIN, Texas—Everyone kinda, sorta knows the story of The Vast of Night before they even hear of this movie. Filmmaker Andrew Patterson readily admits he partially based his debut feature on a real-…

10 Internet Etiquette Tips From the 1990s

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mentalfloss.com - If you have seen Field of Dreams, you likely have a strong opinion on it. While some are moved by its fantastical and heartfelt story of personal redemption, others dismiss it as maudlin and silly, o…

Mom Gives Her Son a Blue Trick-Or-Treat Candy Bucket to Help Raise Awareness of Autism

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mymodernmet.com - Halloween is just around the corner, which means many kids are counting down the days until they can go trick-or-treating. While most children will enjoy the spooky festivities without a hitch, kids …

David Lynch's chillingly prescient vision of modern America

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theconversation.com - “There’s a sort of evil out there,” says Sheriff Truman in an episode of David Lynch’s iconic TV series, “Twin Peaks.” That line gets to the heart of Lynch’s work, which reflects the dark, ominous, o…

The Morning Briefing: Media Tries to Kill the Messenger in the Katie Hill Story

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pjmedia.com - The sordid Katie Hill saga seemingly came to an end over the weekend when she announced her resignation from Congress. Her brief, unremarkable tenure in the House will soon be forgotten, but the left…

SPI 393: Got Story Brand? An Interview with Donald Miller

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smartpassiveincome.com - Donald Miller: I can’t tell you how many websites we’ve seen—we just changed the headers so it’s not vague, and we’ve seen up to a thousand percent increase in business. And the reason is, it’s almos…

If You Can – You Must by Randy Gage

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randygage.com - As is often the case, Rumi the Sufi mystic and poet, made an observation and that observation led me to an epiphany. That epiphany is what led me to tell you in the last post that I would be challeng…

James Corden Joins Kanye West, Sunday Service Choir for Airplane Version of "Carpool Karaoke"

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hollywoodreporter.com - Kanye West answered James Corden's prayers during a new spin on "Carpool Karaoke," dubbed "Airpool Karaoke," on Monday's episode of The Late Late Show. After the host's flight was canceled, he called…

This new app wants to change the way music gets made

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fastcompany.com - Imagine if you could follow the journey of a certified banger like Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts” or Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” from start to finish. You might be surprised to learn that a certain piano riff o…

'SNL' Star Michael Che Addresses 'Transphobia' Accusations After Calling Caitlyn Jenner 'Fella'

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breitbart.com - Che was taken to task this week for a joke about Caitlyn Jenner wherein the SNL jokester called Jenner by his original name along with calling Jenner “fella.” The much-maligned joke came during a bit…

Texas Republicans Push Back Against Child 'Transgender' Treatments

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breitbart.com - The Texas custody case has sparked action on the part of state Republican lawmakers who say they will consider legislation that would ban puberty blockers for children with gender dysphoria or label …

Taylor Swift to Perform in China at Alibaba Gala amid Hong Kong Protests

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breitbart.com - Swift is expected to perform Nov. 10 in Shanghai at an annual live concert event that typically draws international pop stars and celebrities who are eager to lend their fame to help boost the visibi…

Comic strips, goofy snaps and mirror selfies: inside Prince’s private archive

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theguardian.com - When he was a teenager growing up in Phoenix, Maryland, Dan Piepenbring would often head to Walmart to check out the new release CDs. It was 1999 and the height of rap rock and nu metal, of Limp Bizk…

Nolte: Top Talent Abandons Crumbling 'Star Wars' Film Franchise

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breitbart.com - Kasdan’s attachment to Star Wars reaches 40 years, to when he co-wrote the scripts for 1980’s The Empire Strikes Back (widely regarded as the best of the franchise) and its 1983 sequel, Return of the…

‘DWTS’ Fans Baffled as Sean Spicer Survives Another Round

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breitbart.com - Spicer and dancing partner Lindsay Arnold danced the Jive to “Monster Mash” for DWTS’ Halloween-themed night. Despite receiving what ET described as “by far, the lowest scores of the night” — 18/30 —…

Why Ex-Fox Employees Broke Their NDAs for Bombshell Movie

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newsmax.com - Multiple women broke their non-disclosure agreements with Fox’s parent companies to tell their stories of sexual harassment (and worse) at the network, and now some of them are coming forward to shed…

Welsh Music Prize 2019 finalists announced

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bbc.com - Mercury Prize-nominated Cate Le Bon is among the 12 finalists of the 2019 Welsh Music Prize. The award, which has been running for the past nine years, is given to the best Welsh album of the year. P…

Zac Brown Band Cheer On the Houston Astros in The Woodlands

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houstonpress.com - Zac Brown Band, Lukas Nelson Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion October 27, 2019 In what was perhaps the last pleasant weekend of the extended Houston summer, the Zac Brown Band did the one thing that k…

A Hawaii home for Islamic art widens its scope

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artdaily.com - HONOLULU (NYT NEWS SERVICE).- Laura Berry, a Lithuanian bartender living in Hawaii, was on a mission. Standing in a room that held a 13th-century ceramic mihrab, or prayer niche, from Iran, she was c…

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WORLD

Opinion | Slandering an American war hero must have consequences

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washingtonpost.com - Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, left, arrives for a closed session before the House Intelligence, Foreign Affairs and Oversight committees at the Capitol in Washington on Tuesday. (Shawn Thew/EPA-EF…

Prime Minister Hariri resigns as Lebanon crisis turns violent - Reuters

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reuters.com - BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri said he would submit his resignation on Tuesday, declaring he had hit a “dead end” in trying to resolve a crisis unleashed by huge protests a…

3 influencers fueron capturados y enfrentan cargos por hacer bromas pesadas a desamparados

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telemundo.com - Tres jóvenes influencers de Bogotá, Colombia, fueron capturados y enfrentan cargos porque en su afán de aumentar su número de seguidores comenzaron a realizar bromas muy pesadas a desamparados y pers…

GOP Congressman Admits He Could Have Gone to Impeachment Hearings But Didn’t, Hasn’t Read Testimony

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lawandcrime.com - One of the complaints you’ll hear the most from Republican lawmakers is that the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry is behind closed doors and not accessible to all of them (recall the storming of the SC…

How The Relationship Between Trump And His Spy Chiefs Soured

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npr.org - President Trump speaks at CIA headquarters in Langley, Va., on Jan. 21, 2017, his first full day in office. Even when he's praising his spy chiefs, President Trump can't resist taking a swipe. The in…

Captan la muerte de un empresario agrícola a manos de un sicario en México

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telemundo.com - Un empresario aguacatero fue víctima de un sicario quien lo mató a balazos frente a su casa y el momento quedó captado en video. Miles de catrinas inundan las calles de Ciudad de México Madres en bus…

ISIS Spokesman Killed in U.S. Airstrike

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magamedia.org - The spokesman for ISIS, Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, who is considered to be a successor to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead. Al-Muhajir, who is alleged to be the “number two” to al-Baghdadi was targeted and k…

Former CEO of Scania Warns Sweden is Heading For Civil War

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summit.news - The former director of Germany’s foreign intelligence service has accused Angela Merkel of creating a “security crisis” in Germany as a result of her open border refugee policy. Speaking to the Sunda…

Pete Buttigieg Anguished by Donald Trump United Nations Speech

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breitbart.com - “What was memorable and what hurt was seeing the faces of the world leaders watching the president speak, not as a Democrat but as an American, it hurt,” Buttigieg said with anguish in his voice. The…

‘Conan’ Revealed as Name of Hero U.S. Military Dog

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breitbart.com - The hero dog — of the Belgian Malinois breed — is female, and her name is Conan, according to a report by Newsweek, which added that a senior Pentagon source clarified that she was named after the co…

NSC Official Alex Vindman Shows Up to Capitol in Full Military Uniform

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breitbart.com - This is despite not wearing one to work every day at the NSC, according to several sources. Although Vindman is a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army, he is serving an assignment at the NSC as the di…

Putin Hosts Cuban Leader for Talks on Expanding Ties

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newsmax.com - Russian President Vladimir Putin hailed Cuba's resilience in the face of U.S. pressure as he hosted his Cuban counterparts for talks Tuesday on expanding cooperation between the old allies. Putin tol…

Al-Jazeera Says Not Wanting to Eat Insects is Racist

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infowars.com - According to Al Jazeera, not wanting to eat insects is racist because Christopher Columbus said it was a trait of “savages”. Al-Jazeera’s Yara Elmjouie put out a video entitled ‘Why bugs are the prot…

David Petraeus: U.S. 'Can't Completely Get Out of Endless Wars'

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breitbart.com - A partial transcript is as follows: JOHN DICKERSON: You heard the president say that his position, with respect to Syria and Turkey, was motivated by getting out of endless wars, which I think [based…

Pentagon Can't Confirm Trump Claim That al-Baghdadi Died 'Whimpering'

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newsmax.com - Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley said he was not able to confirm President Donald Trump's detailed account of how ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was "whimpering and crying and screaming" …

1 in 3 Millennials View Communism Favorably, Survey Finds

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dailysignal.com - A growing number of millennials show support for communism and socialism, a new survey from the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation found. The survey, conducted by the research and data firm You…

Trudeau victory prompts ‘Wexit’ talk in Canada’s West

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politico.com - “Is it real? Yeah. People are mad,” Randy Hoback, a Conservative Party member of Parliament in central Saskatchewan told POLITICO. “I’ve never seen it like this.” Citizens in the western provinces of…

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What Are Signs Of Stress For Introverted Children? An Expert Explains

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mindbodygreen.com - It is important to keep in mind that there is nothing wrong with a child being introverted. Simply stated, they have a different way of interacting with the world and others, and it is in no way a ba…

Instagram Nixes Plastic Surgery-Like Filters & We Love The Reason Why

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mindbodygreen.com - Instagram's filters are about to get a little, um, make-under. They'll now start banning any filter that has a plastic-surgery-like effect. You know, the ones that blow up your lips like you've gotte…

Functional Medicine Linked To A Higher Quality Of Life, New Study Finds

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mindbodygreen.com - At mbg, we're no strangers to the benefits of functional medicine. Nutrition, sleep, exercise, stress levels, relationships, and genetics are all major contributors to chronic disease, and sometimes …

Research Finds A New Link Between Sun Exposure & Gut Health

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mindbodygreen.com - You religiously slather on sunscreen, wear a floppy hat even when you aren't at the beach, and seek shade whenever you're outside, all in an effort to avoid sun exposure. We all know the dangers of U…

The Smart Girl's Guide To Indulgence Through The Holidays

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thechalkboardmag.com - fall and winter are filled with a nonstop lineup of holidays that make this a truly sweet time of year – in every sense. From Halloween right through New Year’s Eve, we’re bombarded by sugar-laden of…

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Watchdog: Rates at Trump hotel nearly three times higher for Republican retreat

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thehill.com - Rates for rooms at President Trump's hotel in Washington, D.C., are nearly three times as high as usual on the night of a Republican Senate retreat that will be hosted at the president's property, ac…

Take the 2019 State of the Local SEO Industry Survey

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moz.com - We couldn’t do it without you! In 2018, over 1,400 marketers responded to our State of the Local SEO industry survey. We all learned so much from your responses about the day-to-day realities of mark…

Dissent Erupts at Facebook Over Hands-Off Stance on Political Ads

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nytimes.com - Mr. Zuckerberg also said Facebook’s policies were largely in line with what other social networks — like YouTube and Twitter — and most American television broadcasters had decided to run on their ne…

Building trust in human-centric AI - FUTURIUM - European Commission

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ec.europa.eu - The Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a document prepared by the High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG). This independent expert group was set up…

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