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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

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WhatsApp fake news during Brazil election ‘favoured Bolsonaro’

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theguardian.com - The vast majority of false information shared on WhatsApp in Brazil during the presidential election favoured the far-right winner, Jair Bolsonaro, a Guardian analysis of data suggests. The analysis …

US Interior Department is grounding its drone fleet due to risks of Chinese spying

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theverge.com - The US Interior Department, which oversees federal land and resource management, says it’s grounding its entire aerial drone fleet of more than 800 UAVs out of concern for Chinese spying and drone-ai…

Facebook wants to get into healthcare. What could possibly go wrong?

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thenextweb.com - Facebook wants to remind you to see a doctor. It’s working on a suite of “Preventative Health” features designed to help people keep track of their personal maintenance. Is it just me or does this co…

Cybersecurity Is Not Necessarily A Technology Issue

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forbes.com - The latest affront to cybersecurity in the healthcare space is an investigation conducted by ProPublica discovering that medical images and health data belonging to over 5 million Americans have been…

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tpsconsulting.blogspot.com - TECHNOLOGY AND MORE! How Lean Manufacturing is Influencing Other Industries Shared by 5S Supplies reliableplant.com - Around the world, the aim is the same — to produce a product as cost effectively …

360 by Deezer lets HiFi subscribers listen to 360 Reality Audio

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androidcommunity.com - Sony recently announced their groundbreaking 360 Reality Audio music format that caters to music lovers who prefer to listen to music like they were in the studio. And now Deezer has announced a stan…

Wearable spending forecasted to increase 27% in 2020 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - New numbers from Gartner mark another major increase for global wearable spending in 2020. The analyst firm forecasts a 27% jump in end-user spending over this year, from $40.5 billion to $51.5 billi…

Want a free Innovator pass to Disrupt Berlin 2019? Apply to volunteer – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - If your budget simply can’t manage a line item for a ticket to Disrupt Berlin 2019, we have exciting news for you. Volunteer for our work exchange program, and we’ll give you a free Innovator pass go…

Spotify launches a dedicated Kids app for Premium Family subscribers – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - In a move to boost family subscriptions to its app, Spotify this morning announced the launch of a dedicated Kids application which allows children three and up to listen to their own music, both onl…

A week-long iOS App Store bug wiped out over 20M ratings – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - An accidental sweep of the App Store removed more than 20 million ratings from the most popular apps — including from well-known brands like Google, Microsoft, Starbucks, Hulu, Nike and others — as w…

NHS pagers are leaking medical data – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - An amateur radio rig exposed to the internet and discovered by a security researcher was collecting real-time of medical data and health information broadcast by hospitals and ambulances across U.K. …

Deadspin writers quit after being ordered to stick to sports – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Writers Laura Wagner, Kelsey McKinney, Tom Ley, Lauren Theisen, Patrick Redford, Albert Burneko and Chris Thompson all tweeted today that they have resigned from Deadspin, the sports-focused site own…

Samsung ramps up its B2B partner and developer efforts – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Chances are you mostly think of Samsung as a consumer-focused electronics company, but it actually has a very sizable B2B business as well, which serves more than 15,000 large enterprises and hundred…

Google launches TensorFlow Enterprise with long-term support and managed services – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Google open-sourced its TensorFlow machine learning framework back in 2015 and it quickly became one of the most popular platforms of its kind. Enterprises that wanted to use it, however, had to eith…

Apple TV+ will be free with an Apple Music student subscription – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Ahead of Friday’s launch of Apple’s new streaming service, Apple TV+, the company announced an Apple Music/Apple TV+ bundle deal specifically aimed at making the service more affordable for younger s…

US search market needs a ‘choice screen’ remedy now, says DuckDuckGo – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - US regulators shouldn’t be sitting on their hands while the 50+ state, federal and congressional antitrust investigations of Google to grind along, search rival DuckDuckGo argues. It’s put out a piec…

DJI announces the smallest Mavic drone yet – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The Mavic Pro was a revelation when DJI announced it a little over three years ago. The foldable drone was precisely the shot in the arm the industry needed to help make the technology more accessibl…

Forerunner Ventures’ newest bet is Curated, a marketplace that matches pros with people buying high-ticket items – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - If you’ve ever tried buying a bike online, or ski equipment, or any number of expensive goods where it would be useful to know a lot more than you do, you might check out Curated, a two-year-old San …

When Not to Send an Email—A Lesson From Elon Musk - Thrive Global

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thriveglobal.com - Elon Musk is a genius. I’m a huge fan of what he’s trying to accomplish at Tesla, and I’ve written often about how he uses emotional intelligence to communicate effectively. But there’s one practice …

PSBFavs, a playlist by om.malik on Spotify

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open.spotify.com - We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree t…

An Army “hacker con” goes big: The return of AvengerCon

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arstechnica.com - COLUMBIA, Md.—In a business park that plays home to a number of tech and cybersecurity firms situated strategically between Washington, DC, and Baltimore, there's a two-story building that looks exte…

HBO Max will bring up the streaming-video rear in May 2020 for $15/mo

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arstechnica.com - AT&T Time Warner subsidiary WarnerMedia hosted an hours-long presentation on Tuesday to confirm everything under the sun about HBO Max, the company's new streaming-video service slated to launch next…

Guidemaster: Our favorite accessories for iPhones and iPads

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arstechnica.com - With the popularity of the iPhone and iPad comes a sea of accessories for both devices. While iPhones and iPads are powerful devices on their own, they can be enhanced by accessories that protect the…

Apple announces AirPods Pro

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arstechnica.com - Seen in the wild, the new Airpods are only marginally different from their predecessors. They'll come with a charging case similar to the one that comes with the original AirPods. Users will be able …

Five months after returning rental car, man still has remote control

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arstechnica.com - When Masamba Sinclair rented a Ford Expedition from Enterprise Rent-a-Car last May, he was excited to connect it to FordPass. The app allows drivers to use their phones to remotely start and stop the…

Apple releases macOS Catalina 10.15.1 and watchOS 6.1

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arstechnica.com - Apple's habit of late has been to release most of its operating system updates for each platform all on the same day. But in one recent instance, though, macOS and watchOS came a single day after iOS…

Apple earnings Q4 2019: Tim Cook says health will be what Apple is remembered for

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arstechnica.com - Apple's quarterly earnings calls have fallen into a predictable pattern for the past year or two: iPhone revenues are declining year-over-year, and the Mac mostly remains stagnant, but every other on…

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 preorder page for next month's Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Ord…

The count of managed service providers getting hit with ransomware mounts

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arstechnica.com - When more than 20 local governments in Texas were hit this summer by ransomware in one day. The attack was apparently tracked back to one thing the organizations had in common: a managed service prov…

Facebook permanently deletes the accounts of NSO workers

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arstechnica.com - A day after Facebook-owned WhatsApp sued NSO Group, the social media platform has permanently deleted the accounts of employees who work at the Israel-based spyware maker, according to message boards…

Indian nuclear power plant’s network was hacked, officials confirm

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arstechnica.com - The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) has acknowledged today that malware attributed by others to North Korean state actors had been found on the administrative network of the Kudank…

Why does design for children’s websites have to be so chaotic?

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medium.com - On the left is the front page of Nickelodeon, and on the right is the page you land on after clicking the hero image. The page you land on is a clip from a show — when the page first opens, the area …

How to Protect an App Idea

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bridgee.pro - Imagine that you’ve decided to buy a car. Since this is a very important decision, you prefer to keep it a secret. You’ve spent a while shortlisting the auto dealers in your region. Finally, this ver…

Apple’s 5G iPhones will reportedly be powered by its first 5-nanometer chips

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theverge.com - Three of Apple’s phones will release with 5G connectivity next year with Qualcomm’s X55 5G modem, Nikkei reports. This modem will reportedly be paired with a new Apple chipset — likely to be called t…

Making The Smart Bet On Cybersecurity

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forbes.com - Cybersecurity strategy doesn't have to be a gamble, but trying to beat the odds of a breach is an ... [+] impossible task. Educating your entire organization, and automating the most data-heavy tasks…

Apple iPhone Users Reporting Serious Battery Problems

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forbes.com - Apple has received a lot of (well deserved) praise for the battery life of its iPhones this year. But now it appears the company has broken it. Apple iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max are a…

A scam targeting Americans over the phone has resulted in millions of dollars lost to hackers. Don't be the next victim.

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cnn.com - (CNN) Pieter Gunst, 34, received what he thought was a credible phone call from his bank. But in a matter of minutes, Gunst realized the call was anything but after he had nearly handed over the keys…

Samsung brings improved APK, Rules API for SmartThings

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androidcommunity.com - Our dream of having a fully connected home isn’t just part of sci-fi stories anymore. Over the years we’ve seen smart devices invade our home and making our lives more convenient (and sometimes scari…

Xbox Console Streaming service now out but still on preview

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androidcommunity.com - Earlier this month, we said you can begin streaming Xbox games from the cloud to your Android device. It’s the Project xCloud but it’s not what we’re featuring today. Microsoft has recently introduce…

Samsung Galaxy Fold clamshell foldable phone concept teased

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androidcommunity.com - The idea of a Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is not impossible. The South Korean tech giant is said to launch more foldable phones in the future but it’s not clear when. There is the question of how it will b…

Google brings .new shortcuts with Spotify, Medium, Canva, etc

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androidcommunity.com - Last year, Google introduced .new shortcuts for Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides so you can easily create new documents on your desktop or mobile by just typing in the url like docs.new, sheets.new, a…

Galaxy Home Mini displayed at Samsung Developer Conference

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androidcommunity.com - While we still don’t know when we will see the previously announced Samsung Galaxy Home, we now at least have seen the actual model of the Galaxy Home Mini. The smaller version of the Bixby-powered s…

CAT S52 rugged phone arriving next month for the mid-range market

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androidcommunity.com - Today may be all about rugged mobile devices. After Samsung has introduced the Galaxy XCover FieldPro rugged phone and the Galaxy Tab Active Pro rugged tablet, here is CAT announcing a new rugged And…

Razer Junglecat, Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds now available

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androidcommunity.com - Razer has always been a frontliner when it comes to gaming. It was only two years ago when it ventured into the gaming phone business with the Razer Phone that now has a second-gen version. But even …

Samsung’s One UI 2.0 is built for better “accessibility for all”

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androidcommunity.com - We’ve finally gotten our official look at Samsung’s One UI 2.0 which was unveiled at the Samsung Developer Conference 2019 in California. We’ve gotten glimpses of it through leaks and rumors but now …

SPI 395: Podcasting in 2020—What You Need to Know

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smartpassiveincome.com - Pat Flynn: Hey, I want to start off by doing a podcasting quiz with you. I’m going to ask you a question. I want you to consider your answer, and I’ll tell you the sort of answer that most people giv…

Google Pixel 4 XL Review: Treat, Not Trick - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - I’ve only had my Pixel 4 XL for a bit over a week, but it’s been such a solid performer that I feel comfortable using it full time going forward. It may not be the right handset for everyone—there ar…

PlayStation 4 Hits 103 Million Units Sold - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - Sony has sold 102.8 million PlayStation 4s, making it the second-most popular video game console of all time, behind only the PlayStation 2, which sold 155 million units over its lifetime. With this …

Microsoft Announces Games with Gold Titles for November - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - Beginning Friday or sooner, Xbox Live Gold members will be able to get four new games for free as part of their membership. Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter (Normally $54.99): Available November…

Kmart Unveils Same-Sex Family Dolls Targeting Children as Young as 3

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infowars.com - Kmart stores in Australia are selling a line of same-sex family dolls, complete with two children and a pet, oriented toward children as young as three-years-old. According to Aussie news site 10Dail…

Roger Waters on Persecution of Assange: Orwell & Huxley Were BOTH Right

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infowars.com - George Orwell and Aldous Huxley were both right about what dystopia would look like, former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters said when talking about the detainment of Julian Assange. “Orwell and Huxl…

Poor kids spend nearly 2 hours more on screens each day than rich kids

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vox.com - Tweens and teens from families that make less than $35,000 per year spent nearly two hours more with screen media each day than their peers with incomes over $100,000, according to new data from medi…

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SCIENCE

Machine vision has learned to use radio waves to see through walls and in darkness

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technologyreview.com - Also stay updated on MIT Technology Review initiatives and events? Machine vision has an impressive record. It has the superhuman ability to recognize people, faces and objects. It can even recognize…

Evidence in Jeffrey Epstein death points to homicide — not suicide: Former NYC medical examiner

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rawstory.com - A former New York City medical examiner and forensic pathologist says the evidence in the Jeffrey Epstein case points not to suicide – as has been officially declared – but homicide. Epstein, a convi…

Data Science Jobs Report 2019: Python Way Up, TensorFlow Growing Rapidly, R Use Double SAS - KDnuggets

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kdnuggets.com - By Bob Muenchen, Analyzing the World of Analytics. In my ongoing quest to track The Popularity of Data Science Software, I’ve just updated my analysis of the job market. To save you from reading the …

Politie: Aantal stevige incidenten maar bouwprotest overwegend ordelijk verlopen – Binnenland en Buitenland Nieuws

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055nu.com - In totaal hielden agenten 26 personen aan voor onder andere openlijke geweldpleging, opruiing, vernieling, gevaarlijk rijgedrag en poging doodslag. Vele duizenden demonstranten kwamen woensdag naar D…

Exclusive: J&J's own expert, working for FDA, found asbestos in Baby Powder - Reuters

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reuters.com - (Reuters) - Ever since Johnson & Johnson disclosed this month that a government test had turned up asbestos in its Baby Powder, the company has attacked the validity of the result. On Tuesday, for ex…

CRISPR used to edit rice DNA as defense against pathogen

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arstechnica.com - Bacterial blight attacks rice crops in Southeast Asia and West Africa. It is a very well-studied crop disease, and it often serves as a model system to examine the interactions between microbes and t…

Volocopter unveils a new eVTOL drone for heavy lift cargo flights – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Urban air mobility company Volocopter has focused its efforts to date on getting its passenger electric drone business off the ground – literally, in fact. But now, the German startup has unveiled a …

Work permit delays disrupt foreign workers’ career plans – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Immigration advocates are rightly fretting over the Trump administration’s new health insurance mandate and efforts to dismantle the asylum system. But away from the spotlight, another crisis is quie…

This robot relies on human reflexes to keep its balance – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - As much as we’d like to think that we’re entering an era of autonomous robots, they’re actually still pretty helpless. To keep them from falling down all the time, a human’s fast reflexes could be th…

How Walking Might Affect Our Sleep

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nytimes.com - They did. In fact, the relationships between moving and dozing turned out to be consistent and strong. In essence, the more steps people accumulated over the course of the month, the higher their sel…

Tips To Boost Team Morale - Thrive Global

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thriveglobal.com - We live in an ever-increasing business world. Thanks to modern technology, which continues to advance at a dizzying rate, we are able to conduct efficient business with counterparts around the globe.…

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…

Conscientiousness may matter less if you’re a lawyer than if you’re in sales

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arstechnica.com - Personality tests are two a penny, and most of them are no more meaningful than astrology (spoken like a true Capricorn). But there are ways to study personality empirically—they just involve accepti…

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…

Leveling up: DeepMind’s AlphaStar achieves Grandmaster level in StarCraft II

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arstechnica.com - Back in January, Google's DeepMind team announced that its AI, dubbed AlphaStar, had beaten two top human professional players at StarCraft. But as we argued at the time, it wasn't quite a fair fight…

Here’s why you should never use decorative contact lenses—in graphic pictures

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arstechnica.com - Unless you’d like to keep the pirate look going, it’s best to avoid costume contact lenses this Halloween. Like every October, health authorities and medical organizations want to remind you that the…

Michael J. Fox Foundation hopes cannabis holds key to Parkinson’s disease

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thegrowthop.com - With barriers to cannabis falling all over Canada and the U.S., the Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) is doing its best to ensure access leads to progress. The foundation has come out in support of th…

How to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone and Succeed in New Territory

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entrepreneur.com - The following article is based on Ben Angel's book, Unstoppable: A 90-Day Plan to Biohack Your Mind and Body for Success. Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Apple Books | IndieBound, and kicks…

Unmoderated User Tests: How and Why to Do Them

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nngroup.com - Many UX teams rely on remote usability testing to efficiently get design feedback from users. There are two types of remote user testing: Unmoderated studies do not include any direct interaction bet…

What are the good habits of product designers? - Productdesign.tips

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productdesign.tips - Good product designers are curious. Curiosity is a tricky one. For someone to be a truly curious designer, they need to have two separate lenses or mindsets. It is unequivocally important to have bot…

How Dark Mode Really Affects Us | Webdesigner Depot

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webdesignerdepot.com - There are a lot of concerns about how the technology we use affects us physically and emotionally. Too much time at a computer can lead to eye strain, back problems, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Using…

One negative personality trait may actually help you in the long run

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inverse.com - From swearing to insults, most of us have experienced rudeness in some form or another at work, out in public or online. Much of the research examining rudeness has focused on its negative effects an…

Want More Diversity In Silicon Valley? Offer An Objective Skills Test

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forbes.com - Offering objective skills tests to prospective job candidates may help increase diversity in ... [+] technology firms. Getty It’s no secret women are outnumbered by men in Silicon Valley, but is a sk…

Blaming the driver in a ‘driverless’ car

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cosmosmagazine.com - Many people worry about the concept of a “driverless car”, but a more immediate concern may be our fear about the fallibility of human drivers, new research suggests. When an international team led b…

Does the Brewer Cave Story Unlock a Hidden History?

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ancient-origins.net - Pseudo archaeology , and some of its more controversial claims, have long been the subject of extensive debate among mainstream scholars and the general public. From ancient aliens , creation myths, …

The first map of America’s food supply chain is mind-boggling

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fastcompany.com - My team at the University of Illinois just developed the first high-resolution map of the U.S. food supply chain. advertisement advertisement Our map is a comprehensive snapshot of all food flows bet…

Samoan Star Mounds Baffle Archaeologists

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ancient-origins.net - Detection of scores of ancient ‘Star Mounds’ baffle archaeologists on Samoa. Samoa is in the South Pacific Ocean, and it has a tropical climate with thick rain forests and almost impassable volcanic …

6 common myths about the flu, debunked

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inverse.com - Despite the availability of vaccines for influenza — or the flu — the virus continues to kill people across the world. According to the World Health Organization, flu epidemics result in 3 million to…

Microscopic images reveal the most potent cannabis flowers in incredible detail

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newsweek.com - Scientists have studied the trichomes (or "cellular factories") of the cannabis plant in extreme detail, revealing that flowers with mushroom-shaped hairs are the most potent—both in terms of smell a…

Alex Trebek Asks for Support in Cancer Battle

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newsmax.com - "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek is on a mission to raise awareness for pancreatic cancer. He has teamed up with the World Pancreatic Cancer Coalition to launch a new public service announcement to get t…

Video: Triggered Liberal Claims It’s “Criminal Negligence” to Defend 2nd Amendment on Campus

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Mysterious Black Splotches Growing Over DC Landmarks

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newsmax.com - Black splotches have appeared on the Jefferson Memorial and a hallowed shrine at Arlington National Cemetery, leaving experts baffled at what has caused this outbreak of biofilm, the Los Angeles Time…

Number of Americans With Dementia Will Double by 2040

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newsmax.com - Nearly 13 million Americans will have dementia by 2040 — nearly twice as many as today, a new report says. The number of women with dementia is expected to rise from 4.7 million next year to 8.5 mill…

Someone Named This Architectural Monstrosity “Project of the Week”

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SPECIAL REPORT: Antarctic Mysteries Tied To Flat Earth Conspiracy Theory

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White House Launches Website Aimed at Addiction Treatment

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breitbart.com - FindTreatment.gov is the latest development in the administration’s effort to address the nation’s opioid crisis. The White House said it believes the site, which went up Wednesday, will enable the t…

Drag Queen Story Hour Is Grooming Kids For Pedo Sex

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Smallest dwarf planet yet in the solar system?

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infowars.com - Astronomers using ESO’s SPHERE instrument at the Very Large Telescope (VLT) have revealed that the asteroid Hygiea could be classified as a dwarf planet. The object is the fourth largest in the aster…

Valentus SlimRoast Optimum Frequently Asked Questions

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valentus-products.com - Q: The color of the product varies from tub to tub – has there been a change in ingredients? A: No, Ingredient particles vary in size and do settle which can affect the appearance. Give the tub a sha…

Prenatal air pollution exposure linked to infants' decreased heart rate response to stress

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sciencedaily.com - Variability in how the heart rate responds to stressful experiences is essential for maintaining optimal functioning of the cardiovascular, respiratory, and digestive systems and also is central to e…

Final Analysis of a Trial of M72/AS01E Vaccine to Prevent Tuberculosis. - PubMed - NCBI

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ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - Results of an earlier analysis of a trial of the M72/AS01E candidate vaccine against Mycobacterium tuberculosis showed that in infected adults, the vaccine provided 54.0% protection against active pu…

Population-based assessment of a vehicle fleet with seat belts providing lower shoulder belt forces than today. - PubMed - NCBI

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ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - Objective: The objective of this study was to quantify the population-based effects of a lower shoulder belt load limit on front row occupants in frontal car crashes. Method: Crashes of modern vehicl…

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BUSINESS

Where has Brazil's mystery oil spill come from?

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bbc.com - The source of the oil spill washing up on thousands of kilometres of Brazil's coastline over the past few weeks remains the subject of a great deal of speculation. We've been asking experts on shippi…

‘OK Boomer’ Marks the End of Friendly Generational Relations

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nytimes.com - “Gen Z is going to be the first generation to have a lower quality of life than the generation before them,” said Joshua Citarella, 32, a researcher who studies online communities. Teenagers today fi…

Bayer says U.S. glyphosate plaintiffs more than double since July - Reuters

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reuters.com - FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany’s Bayer (BAYGn.DE) is now facing 42,700 U.S. plaintiffs blaming its glyphosate-based weedkillers for their cancer, more than twice the tally in July and potentially rais…

List of countries by GDP (nominal) per capita - Wikipedia

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en.wikipedia.org - This page lists the countries of the world sorted by their gross domestic product per capita at nominal values. This is the value of all final goods and services produced within a nation in a given y…

Berlin, Paris want to create a European digital 'cloud'

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rappler.com - FRANKFURT, Germany – Germany unveiled Tuesday, October 29, a plan backed by France to establish a secure data infrastructure that would reduce Europe's dependence on US "cloud" networks. Dubbed "Gaia…

U.S. Nearing Deal With Jho Low for Biggest 1MDB Recovery Yet

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bloomberg.com - Jho Low attends a conference in San Francisco in 2014. The U.S. Justice Department is close to a deal with fugitive financier Jho Low to recoup almost a billion dollars looted from Malaysian investme…

New startup Capital wants to reintroduce founders to venture debt – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Why raise venture capital when you can raise debt and keep your equity? That’s the question a whole slew of new financial technology companies are hoping entrepreneurs will ask themselves as they beg…

ShareGrid acquires UK peer-to-peer film and camera rental community BorrowFox – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - ShareGrid, the U.S.-based marketplace for sharing, buying and selling film and photography equipment, has acquired the U.K’s BorrowFox as part of its international expansion plans. BorrowFox operates…

NBC’s Digital Journalists Say They Are Forming a Union

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nytimes.com - “It felt like a reiteration of, ‘This is why we decided to do this,’” said Becky Bratu, a social media producer for the NBC website Left Field. Leaders of the union campaign said the company’s respon…

Zuckerberg defends political ads that will be 0.5% of 2020 revenue – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - As Jack Dorsey announced his company Twitter would drop all political ads, Facebook CEO Zuckerberg doubled-down on his policy of refusing to fact check politicians’ ads. “At times of social tension t…

Uber Freight expands app to Canada – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Uber Freight, the Uber business unit that helps truck drivers connect with shipping companies, said Wednesday it’s launching the app in Canada as part of its global expansion plan. The move into Cana…

Stampli raises $25 million in Series B to bring AI to invoice management – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Stampli, the Mountain View-based company looking to automate invoice management, has today announced the close of a $25 million Series B round. The funding round was led by SignalFire, with participa…

Let’s have a word about what3words with Clare Jones at Disrupt Berlin – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Addresses are ambiguous, not precise enough or don’t even exist in some places. what3words wants to map the entire world and overhaul addresses three words at a time. That’s why I’m excited to announ…

Field management software startup Workiz raises $5 million Series A – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Workiz, a startup whose software helps field service professionals manage their work, said today it has raised $5 million in Series A funding. The funding was led by Magenta Venture Partners, with pa…

IoT security startup Particle raises $40M in Series C – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Particle, a platform for Internet of Things devices, has raised $40 million in its latest round of funding. Qualcomm Ventures and Energy Impact Partners led the Series C raise, with backing from exis…

Klarna CEO Sebastian Siemiatkowski to speak at Disrupt Berlin shortly after raising $460 million – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Klarna is quietly becoming a fintech giant. Following its latest founding round, the company is now valued at $5.5 billion. That’s why I’m excited to announce that Klarna co-founder and CEO Sebastian…

Latin America Roundup: Uber acquires Cornershop, SoftBank invests in Buser and Olist – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Sophia Wood is a principal at Magma Partners, a Latin America-focused seed-stage VC firm with offices in Latin America, Asia and the U.S. Sophia is also the co-founder of LatAm List, an English-langu…

Prosus Ventures leads $40M investment in Indian logistics startup ElasticRun – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Millions of neighborhood stores that dot large and small cities, towns, and villages in India and have proven tough to beat for e-commerce giants and super-chain retailers are at the center of a new …

As Juul announces mass layoffs, a new lawsuit alleges it shipped a million contaminated pods – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A lawsuit filed a by former Juul executive alleges that the company knew a batch of contaminated e-liquid had been used in about one million pods shipped to retailers earlier this year, but did not i…

Lawsuit: Juul sold tainted e-liquids to users “drunk and vaping like mo-fo’s”

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arstechnica.com - Leading e-cigarette-maker Juul knowingly sold a large amount of contaminated mint-flavored e-liquid, endangering public health in the name of profits, according to a lawsuit brought by Siddharth Brej…

AT&T will slash $3 billion off its capital investments next year

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arstechnica.com - AT&T is planning to spend just $20 billion on capital investment in 2020, down from $23 billion this year. AT&T announced the $20 billion forecast for 2020 Monday in its quarterly earnings. A year ag…

China Warns Against Cryptocurrency ‘Speculation’ Amid Blockchain Hype

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cointelegraph.com - China should embrace blockchain technology but not “speculate” about cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), state media claim. As Reuters reported on Oct. 29 quoting local news outlet the People’s D…

Bakkt’s Bitcoin Futures Volume Explodes 260% to Trade $11M in 24 Hours

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cointelegraph.com - Institutional Bitcoin (BTC) trading platform Bakkt is on course to treble its all-time high for trade volume after hitting new records last week. According to data from Twitter-based monitoring resou…

Bitcoin Trading Spikes as Argentina Bans Buying More Than $200 a Month

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cointelegraph.com - Argentina is back on the radar for Bitcoin (BTC) proponents after sudden capital controls cut U.S. dollar purchasing power by 98%. As news outlets reported, including Cointelegraph Brasil on Oct. 28,…

China: WeChat Searches for ‘Blockchain’ and A-Share Stocks Skyrocket

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cointelegraph.com - Stocks in Chinese blockchain A-share firms maxed out to their 10% daily limit after an endorsement of the technology from the highest echelons of power. The stock market rally was reported on Oct. 28…

EOS Holds Top Spot, Bitcoin 11th in China’s Latest Crypto Rankings

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cointelegraph.com - China’s state-backed tech workgroup has released its fourteenth crypto rankings report, with Bitcoin (BTC) ranked 11th and EOS (EOS) retaining the top spot as of the end of September 2019. The listin…

What to Do When a Client Leaves You Negative Feedback (5 Key Tips)

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torquemag.io - You work hard to deliver products and services your customers will be happy with. So it can be frustrating when a client voices their dissatisfaction. More importantly, negative comments could make o…

The Best Country To Be A Social Entrepreneur In 2019

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forbes.com - Growing Statistic Financial 2019 Against Canada Flag Getty This week, the Thomson Reuters Foundation in partnership with Deutsche Bank’s CSR Made For Good Global enterprise program, released a survey…

Latin America Sinks Under The Weight Of Its Third-Rate Currencies

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forbes.com - Anti-government demonstrators march in Santiago, Chile, Friday, Oct. 25, 2019. A new round of ... [+] clashes broke out Friday as demonstrators returned to the streets, dissatisfied with economic con…

Thomas Edison And The Birth Of The Stock Ticker

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forbes.com - On January 30, 1869 an announcement appeared in the “Personal” section of The Telegrapher: “Mr. T. A. Edison has resigned his situation in the Western Union office, Boston, Mass., and will devote his…

U.S. SEC considers relaxing post-crisis structured mortgage product rules - Reuters

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reuters.com - WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Wednesday said it was seeking feedback on whether disclosure rules were discouraging firms from issuing SEC-registered resi…

Price of F-35 Falls, But Not as Much As Pentagon Hoped

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defenseone.com - The price of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is falling, just not as much as Pentagon officials had hoped, according to new data released Tuesday. The cost of the plane’s engine, made by United Technol…

Apple Profits Decline on Flat Revenues - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - Apple reported its latest quarterly financial results today, and its revenues rose just 2 percent year-over-year to $64 billion. But its profits fell YOY. “We concluded a groundbreaking fiscal 2019 w…

Economy Grows at Modest 1.9% Rate as Business Investment Slows

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newsmax.com - U.S. economic growth slowed less than expected in the third quarter as declining business investment was offset by resilient consumer spending and a rebound in exports, which could further allay fina…

California Has the Nation’s Worst Poverty Rate, New Census Data Shows

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infowars.com - The US Census Bureau released new poverty data this month, and California once again has the nation’s highest poverty rate, according to the “Supplemental Poverty Measure.” According to the SPM, Cali…

Boeing CEO Pummeled by Lawmakers on Compensation, 737 MAX Flaws

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newsmax.com - Enduring hours of scrutiny, Muilenburg said he had not offered to resign, nor submitted his letter of resignation to the board of directors as the grounding of the company's cash cow jet entered an e…

Elizabeth Warren: 2M Lost Jobs 'Part of the Cost Issue' for Medicare for All

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breitbart.com - A partial transcript is as follows: CASEY MCDERMOTT: Regardless of what kind of money is involved, Medicare for All would likely result in a pretty significant shift in how our healthcare system is s…

Fed “Derelict” in its Duties, But Not For Reason Trump Claims

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WORLD

Why are Democratic party elites so desperate for a 2020 centrist candidate? | Hamilton Nolan

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theguardian.com - When something has been done one way for many years, and when doing things that way has made a certain group of people fat and happy, it is natural that that group of people will want to continue doi…

President Trump Awards Active Duty Green Beret Medal of Honor for 'Incredible Heroism'

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military.com - President Donald Trump awarded the Medal of Honor today to Army Master Sgt. Matthew Williams, the second Green Beret to receive the prestigious decoration for showing heroism in an intense 2008 battl…

Obama Had NEW ISIS Leader In Custody and Let Him Go - DC Dirty Laundry

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dcdirtylaundry.com - Like Osama bin Laden, Al-Baghdadi was no longer the functional leader of his Islamic terror group by the time we hunted him down, but there is an important difference. While Al-Baghdadi had handed do…

Oil Executives Plead Guilty for Roles in Bribery Scheme Involving Foreign Officials

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justice.gov - The former CEO and chief operations officer (COO) of a Monaco-based intermediary company have pleaded guilty for their roles in a scheme to corruptly facilitate millions of dollars in bribe payments …

WORLD RESISTANCE DAY

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riseup4rojava.org - The revolution in Northeast Syria will prevail, fascism will be smashed! At 4pm on October 9th, the Turkish occupation army and its Islamist allies began their long-prepared war of aggression against…

Github removes Tsunami Democràtic’s APK after a takedown order from Spain – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Microsoft-owned Github has removed the APK of an app for organizing political protests in the autonomous community of Catalonia — acting on a takedown request from Spain’s military police (aka the Gu…

Tulsi Gabbard Drops a Big Hint About Running a Spoiler Campaign for Trump

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nymag.com - “Hillary Clinton emerged recently to claim, with no basis in fact, that I am being ‘groomed’ by the Russian government to undermine America,” claims Tulsi Gabbard in a Wall Street Journal op-ed today…

Is the US losing the artificial intelligence arms race?

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theconversation.com - The U.S. government, long a proponent of advancing technology for military purposes, sees artificial intelligence as key to the next generation of fighting tools. Several recent investments and Penta…

Judge Strikes Down New Pittsburgh Municipal Anti-Gun Laws

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pjmedia.com - While Democrats and anti-gun activists continue to lament the lack of assault on the Second Amendment at the congressional level, several states (most notably California) and cities like Pittsburgh, …

Viewpoint: Take It From Me, the Attacks on Vindman Are Disgraceful

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theatlantic.com - For more than two centuries since then, the Army has provided a home for foreign-born soldiers looking to prove their dedication to their adopted country, including the thousands of men who fought at…

General election: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clash over NHS at pre-poll PMQs

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news.sky.com - Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over the NHS in what was likely the last PMQs before the Christmas election. Britain's EU exit has dominated politics in recent weeks and PMQs was expected to …

Mole Inside ISIS Essential to Al-Baghdadi Raid, Officials Say

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infowars.com - A mole inside Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s Syrian compound was essential to taking down the terrorist, officials said. A well-placed informant who helped with al-Baghdadi’s movements a…

Ann Coulter: Alexander Vindman, the One-Man Ukrainian Lobby

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breitbart.com - We’re always told that Democrats don’t have to prove wrongdoing by Trump — for example, under the emoluments clause, in his foreign policy negotiations, or when he fired his FBI director. Rather, it’…

2020 Dems Go All-In on the Socialist Vote—Less than 1/5 of Americans

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breitbart.com - Medicare for All is straight-up socialism. It’s stripping 150 million Americans of the health insurance they are satisfied with to force us into a one-size-fits-all, government-run system. Remember h…

Turkey's Erdogan: U.S. Armenian Genocide Recognition 'Worthless'

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breitbart.com - The House passed the bill in tandem with a bill urging sanctions on Erdogan’s government for its invasion of Syria, intended to displace indigenous Kurdish populations and replace them with mostly Ar…

Wednesday October 30th – Open Thread

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theconservativetreehouse.com - With the knowledge of good and evil man came into the possession of conscience. A sense of blameworthiness smote him when he committed, or even contemplated committing, evil. This has been so ever si…

Food Truck Issues Multiple Apologies After Serving ICE Facility

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newswars.com - Owners of a food truck have issued multiple apologies following backlash from open borders activists after they served lunch to employees at a federal detention facility in New York. Lloyd’s Taco Tru…

Dictatorships at U.N.: China's Concentration Camps Bring Happiness

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breitbart.com - Belarus, often considered the last dictatorship standing in Europe, delivered the statement on behalf of the China-allied nations at the General Assembly in response to a group statement condemning C…

Tulsi Gabbard Rips Hillary Clinton's 'Failed Legacy'

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newsmax.com - Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a Democratic presidential hopeful, said she is running for the White House in an effort to "undo Hillary Clinton's failed legacy." The congresswoman from Hawaii made her comments …

US Official Predicts Islamic State Will Replace Slain Leader

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newsmax.com - A U.S. counterterrorism official said Wednesday he expects a new Islamic State leader to emerge after the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and warned that the extremist group's planning of major attacks…

Report: Imprisoned ISIS Jihadis Carrying AIDS Demand Return to West

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breitbart.com - Among the aforementioned Islamic terrorists are persons infected with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis, according to the AFP. Some injured terrorists “have “organs spilling out of open wounds,” AFP noted. The …

Not Forgotten: President Trump Calls Parents of Kayla Mueller | Breitbart

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breitbart.com - President Trump spoke to Kayla Mueller‘s parents — Carl and Marsha Mueller — for nearly 20 minutes by phone on Sunday, answering many of the questions that they had for him regarding the U.S. militar…

Claude Sinké: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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heavy.com - Claude Sinké is an 84-year-old man accused of wounding two Muslim worshippers in a shooting outside of a mosque in Bayonne in France. Sinke is a former far-right political candidate and a member of M…

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LEISURE

Sweden: Preschool imposes vegetarian menu on students to "save the planet" - Voice of Europe

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voiceofeurope.com - A school in Sweden has imposed vegetarianism on all of its students in a supposed attempt to help combat climate change. The radical policy has been implemented at the Gitarren Preschool in Umeå and …

10 Lux City Breaks in Europe you will love

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mrsoaroundtheworld.com - One of the things I love the most is going on city breaks – from the classic 2-night city break to the perfect 3-night longer weekend. And with short flight times from the UK (the longest I am sugges…

A Cheese From America Was Named The Best In The World For The First Time Ever And All I Can Say Is USA!!! USA!!! USA!!!

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brobible.com - If there’s anything that the United States of America is ranked #1 in the world at it’s being #1. That’s right, we’re the best at being the best, dammit. And that was proven once more when the good o…

50 Of The Best Damn Photos On The Internet Today

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brobible.com - What is up, my dudes? We are back with another roundup of the 50 best memes on the Internet. This collection of the best damn photos around comes to you live every single morning at 8:55am EST, five …

Where to Stay in Tuscany - The Best Towns & Hotels in Tuscany

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europeupclose.com - Tuscany, that haven in central Italy, is a magnificent place. It consists of various provinces and towns, each with its unique environment but sharing in the same cultural heritage. Seeing its vast a…

Video news startup Brut raises $40M, officially launches in the U.S. – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Digital media startup Brut is announcing that it has raised $40 million in Series B funding. The money will be used, in part, to finance its launch in the United States. CEO Guillaume Lacroix said th…

Walmart now offers alcohol pickup at 2,000 U.S. stores – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The online grocery wars continue. Amazon this week just made grocery delivery free, so Walmart is now touting how its grocery service offers the booze. The retailer today announced a new milestone in…

Life Enrichment: Ways to Improve Quality of Life After 65 - Thrive Global

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thriveglobal.com - The senior members of our society are more and more driven to prove that age is just a number – and rightfully so. The situations where we describe someone who fits into the ’elderly’ category as inc…

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…

I Believe Working So Hard Should Not Come At The Price Of Your Life - Banchi Inspirations

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10 unexpected ways to spark creativity when you feel uninspired

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dribbble.com - Getting through creative work when you’re feeling completely uninspired is undoubtedly frustrating, and unfortunately unavoidable—even for the most creative people out there. While you’ve probably tr…

The Egyptian God Heryshaf – Mysterious Lord of Heracleopolis

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ancient-origins.net - We all know that the wonders of the ancient Egyptian pantheon are many and so amazing – and the deities that lurk within that pantheon are almost impossible to count and mention. Many of these deitie…

Mir Castle - The Beauty, the Atrocities, and the Restoration

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ancient-origins.net - The modern nation of Belarus has had a dramatic and often bloody history because of its strategic location. Like many other European nations, it has a rich heritage in military architecture . While m…

More than meets the eye: Derby Boab "Prison" Tree, Australia - Unusual Places

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unusualplaces.org - There are plenty of fascinating natural oddities found in the land down under, that will often mystify curious travelers. However, it’s always good to know more about certain attractions, instead of …

How to stop sweaty hands? Causes, Tips and Remedies

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sweatblock.com - If you’ve struggled with sweaty hands, you’ve likely experienced the following… While the perfect sweaty hands cure may not exist, the remedies listed here can provide some relief from the embarrassm…

Bread and books

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seths.blog - Twenty years ago, I met the most famous baker in the world. I was in Paris for a speech, and visited Poilane, a bakery much smaller than its reputation would lead you to believe. I was hoping to take…

Halloween at the White House: All treats, no tricks, no worries

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hotair.com - It’s not earth-shattering breaking news, but it’s a feel-good story that is a welcome relief among all the other stories in the news. Halloween was celebrated at the White House on Monday. President …

Anthony Baskey – Aves Review

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newagemusic.guide - Birds have always been a source of inspiration for artists. To sing like a bird, or to be free as a bird, are two examples of why their nature often spark the creativity of artists. Anthony Baskey’s …

Statistics Show Paris Violent Crime and Robberies Surging

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breitbart.com - The statistics, which were sent to the various mayors of the districts of the Paris region, show a nine per cent rise in violent attacks for a total of more than 35,000 assaults since the start of th…

Forget Bugs, Some People Are Now Eating ‘Human Blood Sausage’

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infowars.com - Forget bugs, some people are now using their own bodily fluids to make ‘human blood sausages’. Click off now if you’re eating your lunch. A video out of Spain posted by RT shows blood being taken out…

Missing Tortoise Found 7 Days Later, 5 Miles Away At Family's Old House

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sacramento.cbslocal.com - ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Lost for seven days, a missing tortoise has been reunited with her family in Roseville. She apparently traveled more than five miles away from her home, but it’s where she ended u…

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