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Wednesday, November 27, 2019

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The Best Streaming Service You Can Subscribe to Right Now

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gizmodo.com - If any year gave us more content offerings than most of us knew what to do with, it was 2019. There were game streaming products, there were news service launches, and most of all, there were so many…

What We Know About The Hybrid, All-Wheel Drive C8 Corvette From Official Documents

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jalopnik.com - The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette just debuted with the engine in the middle for the first time ever in production form, but General Motors has wasted no time telling us there’s room for more performance. …

Book Review – Cybersecurity is Everybody’s Business by Scott N. Schober

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thebrokenquill.com - This book can be found here on Goodreads and here on Amazon This e-book was provided for review by the author Scott N. Shober via BookTasters. This book covers the following topics – Non-Fiction / Cy…

Can We Ever Trust Chinese Manufacturers Again?

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medium.com - It’s easy to understand why companies like Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and others build products in China. The lower manufacturing costs, relatively cheap labor, seemingly unlimited production capabilit…

Twitter prepares for huge cull of inactive users

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bbc.com - Twitter will begin deleting accounts that have been inactive for more than six months, unless they log in before an 11 December deadline. The cull will include users who stopped posting to the site b…

How to shop for the perfect TV

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finance.yahoo.com - Black Friday is fast approaching, and that means plenty of you out there are gearing up to buy one of the many TVs on sale. And while you'll find the best deals for a new set just ahead of the Super …

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followme4.blogspot.com - TECHNOLOGY AND MORE! Windows Terminal Preview v0.7 Release | Windows Command Line Shared by Paul Thurrott devblogs.microsoft.com - Another release is out for the Windows Terminal preview! This releas…

Android 10 beta for Samsung Galaxy S9, Note 9 starts rolling out

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androidcommunity.com - Android 10 is finally rolling out for two more premium Galaxy flagship phones. Last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9 is getting the Android 10. It will still be the beta version but this is…

Xiaomi’s Q3 earnings report shows slowing growth – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Xiaomi, the world’s fourth largest smartphone vendor, on Wednesday reported a 3.3% revenue growth (QoQ) in the quarter that ended in September. While the results fell largely in line with analysts’ e…

For the holidays, these security tools will help protect you – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - There’s no such thing as perfect privacy or security, but there’s a lot you can do to lock down your online life. And the holiday season is a great time to encourage others to do the same. Some peopl…

Top mobility VCs discuss their current investment strategies – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The mobility industry is rapidly shifting to readjust for an electric and autonomous future. Automotive companies are increasingly looking outside the manufacturing sector to fuel growth, and compani…

Gift guide: Photography accessories for the shutterbug in your life – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Looking for some gift ideas for the photographer in your life? Look no further. Though shooters amateur and professional tend to take care of their own needs pretty well, there are plenty of things y…

Fabric’s new app helps parents with the hard stuff, including wills, life insurance & shared finances – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A new app called Fabric aims to make it simpler for parents to plan for their family’s long-term financial well-being. The goal is to offer parents a one-stop-shop that includes the ability to abilit…

Indian scooter rental startup Bounce raises $150M – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Big bucks are pouring to get you through the chaotic traffic on Indian roads. Bounce, a Bangalore-based startup that operates over 17,000 electric and gasoline scooters in three dozen cities in India…

Twitter tests new conversation features from twttr prototype, rollout planned for 2020 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Twttr, the prototype app Twitter launched earlier this year, has been testing new ways to display conversations, including through the use of threaded replies and other visual cues. Now, those featur…

Trouva, an online marketplace for independent boutiques, raises $22M – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Amazon helped pioneer and now dominates the online marketplace business model, where a variety of merchants post items for sale on its platform for billions of consumers to discover and buy them. Tod…

I watched over 100 Tesla Smart Summon videos—here’s what I learned

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arstechnica.com - In late September, Tesla released a major software update that included a new feature called Smart Summon. It enables a customer to summon their car from across a parking lot with no one inside—thoug…

Android’s new “Ambient Mode” turns a charging phone into a smart display

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arstechnica.com - Google Assistant's Ambient Mode. Look at all the info! The screen pops up when you charge the phone and replaces the lock screen. The text at the top changes during the time of day. At night it shows…

Google is offering refunds for players who bought new Stadia freebies

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arstechnica.com - The Stadia controller looks a lot like every controller these days. Dig one more level and there's the Chromecast Ultra. The Stadia controller is solidly built with springy, responsive inputs. Both t…

State ignored worker death to lure Amazon business, report says

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arstechnica.com - Reports of poor and unsafe working conditions within Amazon's sprawling web of warehouses have been surfacing for years. A new report alleges that not only did conditions in one Indiana warehouse lea…

Subscribe to Ars and get a YubiKey 5

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arstechnica.com - If you're in the United States, chances are that you're looking forward to a long weekend with family, friends, food, and football in some order. As we pause for Thanksgiving, we at Ars are thankful …

Ubuntu 19.10: It’s fast, like “make old hardware feel new” fast

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arstechnica.com - Leaves are turning. Temperatures have dipped. These are sure signs—if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, at least—that Canonical's Autumn release is upon us. Things are a bit different in 2019, how…

Ubuntu 19.10: Quite simply the best Ubuntu Canonical has ever released

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arstechnica.com - Leaves are turning. Temperatures have dipped. These are sure signs—if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, at least—that Canonical's Autumn release is upon us. Things are a bit different in 2019, how…

MediaTek and Intel team up to bring 5G networking to laptops and PCs

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arstechnica.com - In April of this year, Intel cancelled its 5G-modem building plans. This week, it's announcing that they're back on the table—but this time, with system-on-chip vendor MediaTek building the hardware.…

Despite clear warnings, Europe is out of IP addresses—again

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arstechnica.com - Monday afternoon, RIPE—Réseaux IP Européens—or the regional Internet Registry for Europe, the Middle East, and parts of Central Asia—announced that it's out of IPv4 addresses. What this means is that…

Senate takes another stab at privacy law with proposed COPRA bill

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arstechnica.com - Perhaps the third time's the charm: a group of Senate Democrats, following in the recent footsteps of their colleagues in both chambers, has introduced a bill that would impose sweeping reforms to th…

Dealmaster: More Black Friday deals are now live, including AirPods for $129

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arstechnica.com - Holiday deals have been flowing in since November began, but we're now starting to see proper Black Friday deals take effect. With Black Friday just a couple days away, Walmart has kicked off its sho…

Why can’t Internet companies stop awful content?

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arstechnica.com - Eric Goldman is a professor at Santa Clara University School of Law and co-director of the High-Tech Law Institute. Jess Miers is an Internet Law & Policy Foundry fellow and a second year Tech Edge J…

How to Use the Principle of Reciprocity to Grow Your Business Faster - crowdspring Blog

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crowdspring.com - People feel an obligation to do something for you when you’ve done something for them. This is known as the principle of reciprocity. You’re more likely to buy a gift for someone who bought one for y…

Can you really convey luxury through digital product design?

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medium.com - This thought arose a few months ago during my final year at university, when working on a live brief set by a large private bank. The project required us to ‘disrupt’ the sub-sector by proposing a ne…

Revolutions don’t come out of A/B tests | Inside Design Blog

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invisionapp.com - We learned a lot from our conversation with Abigail Hart Gray, Director of UX at Google, but this was one of the top insights she shared during our interview for the Design Better Podcast. We’d heard…

Some apps used Twitter and Facebook logins to steal personal information

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engadget.com - Twitter says the vulnerability isn't within Twitter itself, "but rather the lack of isolation between SDKs within an application." The company adds that it doesn't have evidence to suggest someone ex…

Jot Down Your Thoughts With These Great Note-Taking Apps

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wired.com - Notes are nested inside custom category tabs—think color-coded tags in a three-ring binder. You can attach specific notes to meetings via Outlook and prioritize them using tags of various levels of u…

Women And Minorities Are Vying For Industry Pay Transparency Via Google Sheets

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forbes.com - A screenshot of the publically viewable "Real Media Salaries" spreadsheet as of November 22, 2019. Screen capture Last week, Sarah Kobos, a senior photo editor at Wirecutter started a publicly viewab…

Galaxy Fold to receive DeX, PlayGalaxy Link coming to other phones

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androidcommunity.com - It has been over two months since Samsung relaunched the Galaxy Fold. The South Korean tech giant is quiet about the foldable phone simply because there are no major issues or problems. The only one …

Bixby Voice will no longer be available for Nougat, Oreo

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androidcommunity.com - Samsung’s own digital assistant, Bixby, may not be at par with the Google Assistants and Alexas of this world, but it does have its fans among Samsung users. But if you have a device that’s still run…

Samsung PlayGalaxy Link detailed, stream games from PC to phone

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androidcommunity.com - The Samsung PlayGalaxy Link was first heard of last April when the company filed for a patent. It was thought to be a new gaming platform. PlayGalaxy Link with Galaxy Note10 was then demoed on video.…

Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus renders, 360-degree video hit the web

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androidcommunity.com - The Samsung Galaxy S11 has been a favorite subject in the past months since July. We’ve been saying it’s never too early for rumors and leaks and true enough, there is no scarcity of images and infor…

Google Photos update brings you markup tools

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androidcommunity.com - Google Photos is already one of the most useful Google products that you can have on your smartphone, especially if you like taking and saving a lot of photos and videos. The latest update to the mob…

“New” Chromebook users can get 3 months of free Disney+

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androidcommunity.com - Would you pay around $300 (or more) for a device just to be able to get free months of a video streaming subscription that would just cost you $6.99 per month anyway? Probably not but it would be a g…

Google Duo may soon get a bottom bar UI

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androidcommunity.com - If you’re using a phone with a tall display, having the menu or navigation keys on the side or on top is highly inconvenient, especially when you can’t use both hands. Google has been bringing a bott…

MediaTek intros Dimensity 1000 5G chipset

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androidcommunity.com - MediaTek announced the Helio G90 series last July for a more powerful mobile gaming. We haven’t featured anything since then until today that we’re learning about the Dimensity 1000 5G processor. The…

Five Nights at Freddy’s brings AR “fun” to your real world

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androidcommunity.com - If you’re not frightened by the regular FNAF game anymore and you’d like to up the ante when it comes to jump scares, the folks at Illumix have granted your wish. Sort of. Five Nights at Freddy’s AR:…

Samsung Galaxy Tab Fold foldable tablet patent sighted, rendered

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androidcommunity.com - The Samsung Galaxy Tab line is still active but it needs a boost. The tablet market isn’t exactly getting more popular so this category is just stagnant. There aren’t many people buying tablets now b…

The government just admitted it will use smart home devices for spying | Trevor Timm

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theguardian.com - If you want evidence that US intelligence agencies aren’t losing surveillance abilities because of the rising use of encryption by tech companies, look no further than the testimony on Tuesday by the…

Lenati Executives Explain the Appeal of Subscription Programs

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loyalty360.org - Traditional, transaction-based loyalty programs—once the be-all, end-all of the industry—have in recent years become only one of many viable approaches to driving customer retention. One of the other…

Amazon Doubles Down on Cashierless Supermarkets

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loyalty360.org - Testing the use of human worker-eliminating technology, Amazon is planning to open cashier-less grocery stores according to a Bloomberg report. Amazon already uses “just walk out technology,” which i…

Loyalty360 Reads: November 27, 2019

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loyalty360.org - Partnerships MassMutual and NHL Partnership Spotlights Memorable Family Hockey Moments A new ad from MassMutual celebrates the first career NHL goals of several players – but more importantly, the em…

The Practical Guide to Finding Anyone's Email Address

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moz.com - In link building, few things are more frustrating than finding the perfect link opportunity but being completely unable to find a contact email address. It’s probably happened to you — if you’re tryi…

Watchdog: Lincoln Museum 'Pimped Out' Gettysburg Address to Glenn Beck

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breitbart.com - The museum’s copy of the Gettysburg Address is one of five handwritten copies in existence. Valued at approximately $20 million, it is protected by policies intended to protect it from the “wear and …

Programmatic 2019

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iabdanmark.dk - 9:00 Welcome to IAB Denmark’s Programmatic Conference 2019 Hosts: Katie Blair, Xandr and Jacob Lachmann, Industry Expert 9:05 Introduction by JP/Politikens Hus Dorthe Bjerregaard Knudsen, VP, JP/Poli…

Big Tech’s Toughest Opponent Says She’s Just Getting Started

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nytimes.com - Ms. Vestager feigns to hardly remember the president’s comment. “Since I know the very good relationship I have with the United States, then he must only meet people who really like the States if I a…

Finding Profits By Marketing Your Business Through Facebook

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duracmarketing.com - Given the explosion of social media and the marketing opportunities it provides, a lot of people are expressing interest in learning to market on Facebook. If you’re interested in this, then you must…

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LEISURE

New White Paper on GRU Online Operations Puts Spotlight on

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fsi.stanford.edu - Today the Stanford Internet Observatory published a white paper on GRU online influence operations from 2014 to 2019. The authors conducted this research at the request of the United States Senate Se…

The Automonous ErgoChair 2 Is a Comfortable Task Chair at a Great Price

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geardiary.com - What’s worse than being stuck at a desk for hours in an uncomfortable chair? Nothing. Autonomous is here to fix your aching back with their ErgoChair 2. The ErgoChair 2 is perfect for desk work, vide…

FutureCon Launches Next Generation Cybersecurity Conferences In 24 Cities Across N. America

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cybersecurityventures.com - Metuchen, N.J. – Nov. 26, 2019 Of all the FutureCon events from this past year (over 20 events spread across the U.S.), I was most excited about this particular one taking place in Fort Lauderdale. M…

No Agenda Newsletter

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followme4.blogspot.com - The No Agenda Promise If you want real analysis based on research and digging deeper into a story, No Agenda is your show. To keep it alive please support No Agenda any way you can. There are excelle…

Nation's Progressives Give Thanks That They Have So Much To Be Angry About This Year

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babylonbee.com - U.S.—In honor of Thanksgiving week, the nation's progressives have begun to give thanks that they have so much to be angry and offended about this year. "Thank you, unspecified deity who may or may n…

Un Juez le da gran lección a un hombre que escupió a inmigrante ucraniano

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telemundo.com - Un juez de Oregón le dio una gran lección a un hombre que le escupió en la cara a un inmigrante ucraniano para que aprendiera a ponerse "en sus zapatos". Inmigrante muestra cómo vive en un apartament…

How food media brand Chefclub reached 1 billion organic views per month – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Chefclub hasn’t attracted a lot of headlines over the years as it has only raised $3.5 million. But it is slowly building a major media brand on social media platforms as it now competes directly wit…

Daily Crunch: Twitter will delete dormant accounts – TechCrunch

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

What do trees mean to you? Here are 12 ways trees shaped readers’ lives

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pbs.org - Our November pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club, “Now Read This” is Richard Powers’ novel “The Overstory.” Become a member of the book club by joining our Facebook group, or by signin…

Weekend Ar(t)s: Humphry Slocombe Ice Cream Book shares simple secrets

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arstechnica.com - Reminder—dessert is an important course tomorrow, too. (We still adore the @HumphrySlocombe book we trialed in 2012) https://t.co/zGe5xmGlCN pic.twitter.com/nZyIA9bS79 — Ars Technica (@arstechnica) N…

7 Growth Mindset Habits That Can Change Your Life - The Daily Positive

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thedailypositive.com - Having a growth mindset is such a buzzword thrown around these days as something that’s “revolutionary” and “life-changing”, but more often than not the advice that follows tends to just be fluffy In…

3 Ways To Say ‘Thank You’ To Difficult Coworkers

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forbes.com - Show your gratitude, even to colleagues who can make your life difficult. Getty Dealing with people is one of the most difficult aspects of working. You work with people with distinctive personalitie…

How One Veteran Took His Talents to the Fashion Industry, Despite Personal Struggles

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smallbusinessonlinecommunity.bankofamerica.com - Veteran and small business entrepreneur, Duane Topping, didn’t let PTSD get the better of him. This episode of “The Heartbeat of Main Street” with Forbes Books dives into how he conquered his challen…

"Side hustles" can help stop the "homogenisation of design" – Daljit Singh | Design Week

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designweek.co.uk - The designer took to the stage at Design Manchester’s DM19 conference to warn against the “sans serification” of digital design and to champion the side hustle. “When it was first adopted, digital de…

Gratitude Goes a Long Way to Increase Creativity and Innovation

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99u.adobe.com - It’s the time of year when invites to work holiday parties arrive in our inboxes. Beginning with Thanksgiving, we enter a season that welcomes us to reflect, take stock, and express gratitude for the…

7 ways to set effective boundaries during the holidays

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fastcompany.com - It’s touted as the most wonderful time of year, but for most professionals, it’s more like the most chaotic quarter of all. As time management expert and best-selling author Julie Morgenstern puts it…

Meet the coloring book-creating psychiatrist serving the under-and-uninsured

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inverse.com - Dr. Jonathan Terry is a psychiatrist based in central California. He works in free clinics and mental health settings and is passionate about providing mental health opportunities for both the under-…

Grand Canyon National Park shares photo of visitors walking along icy ledge in sneakers and shorts: "Don't risk it"

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newsweek.com - Grand Canyon officials have shared a photo of potentially dangerous icy conditions at the park, and warned hikers to bring the appropriate equipment. "The top part of Grand Canyon trails are icy! Don…

How to Behave in a British Pub: A World War II Training Film from 1943, Featuring Burgess Meredith

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openculture.com - Forewarned is forearmed, so in 1943, the United States Office of War Information created a training film to prevent soldiers bound for Great Britain from earning their Ugly American stripes. The exce…

A Journey of Three Degrees by A. L. Kent | Joy Publications

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joypublications.com - Life unfolds like a mystery. Similar to a puzzle, the big picture eludes us while we go about our day-to-day and pieces either fall into place or are set aside to fit in the future. We regularly make…

Inexpensive Tricks to Make Your Home Look More Expensive - OBN

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ourbitcoinnews.com - Living in a house that exudes expensive vibes feels so good! But we don’t necessarily have to break our bank for it! The way we decorate our homes and pull style in their nook and corner gives them t…

5 Scandi Fashion Brands You Need to Know

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ldnfashion.com - Temperatures are dropping, the clocks have gone back, nights are getting darker, and it’s time to update your autumn winter wardrobe with some new pieces for this season. And when it comes to winter …

Best Cannabis Beauty Products

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ldnfashion.com - The use of cannabis for medical conditions is on the rise, and it’s also becoming a more common ingredient in beauty products. Cannabis is known to provide many benefits to the human body and cannabi…

10 Things to Do in London in the Winter

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ldnfashion.com - With temperatures dropping and days getting shorter, you may be longing for spring and summer to roll around again. But while the weather may not be so appealing right now, there’s still plenty to do…

Best London Shops for Men’s Trainers

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ldnfashion.com - Ask any man what his most favoured possession and it’s likely the answer you’ll receive is his trainer collection. From Adidas to Converse, we men adore our trainers, especially when they’re rare or …

Loose screws caused train door to be open at 80mph for 23 minutes

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news.sky.com - Loose screws caused a door to be open on a passenger train that was travelling at 80mph, a report found. The Greater Anglia train travelled 16 miles through Essex for 23 minutes with the coach door o…

One-Two Punch of Storms Threatens Thanksgiving Travel

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newsmax.com - Heavy snow and wind shut down highways Tuesday in Colorado and Wyoming, closed schools in Nebraska and forced more than 1,000 travelers to sleep overnight in Denver’s airport after hundreds of flight…

Take A Thrilling Ride At Lowell Park In Wisconsin This Winter

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onlyinyourstate.com - There can be a whole lot of negatives about winter in Wisconsin, but one of the best things about all the snow is how much it invites you to act like a kid again. Tucked just west of Milwaukee in Low…

A Guide to Milwaukee Local Events for Families

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milwaukeemom.com - Fox & Branch Concerts at Anodyne Coffee – On Sundays throughout the year, join Fox & Branch at Anodyne Coffee in Walkers Point for a Family Folk Concert everyone will love. Check the official schedul…

‘I’m a registered dietitian, and this is how I build my Thanksgiving plate’

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wellandgood.com - Check out the healthy Thanksgiving foods that this RD makes sure to prioritize on Turkey Day. Thanksgiving is to food what the Super Bowl is to football: the biggest moment of the year. What other da…

The top 10 Black Friday deals Well+Good's staff is psyched to 'add to cart'

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wellandgood.com - It’s time to grab your wallet and kiss your last paycheck goodbye: we’re just days away from Black Friday. This year, the Well+Good staff had many wellness items on their wishlists—and many of them w…

Your Guide To a Keto-Friendly Thanksgiving

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mindbodygreen.com - Yes, potatoes are carb-heavy and not keto-friendly. But cauliflower is. And if you haven't already noticed, cauliflower is enjoying its time in the spotlight as the star substitute for everything fro…

The people with the best gut health share this one thing in common

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wellandgood.com - When your gut isn’t happy about what you ate for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, it makes its feelings known. There’s an overwhelming amount of information out there about what to do—and what to avoid—t…

If you have itchy skin after the shower, try these tricks | Well+Good

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wellandgood.com - Showering is an art form. No really. You’re washing your hair and scrubbing your body clean. You’re trying not to ruin your fancy products in there. You’re implementing all the dermatologist-recommen…

This dreamy weighted eye mask has completely transformed my sleep routine—and my life

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wellandgood.com - Like all good things in my life, I was introduced to my beloved weighted eye mask by my mom. About five years ago, I first noticed I was having issues with shutting down after a long day at work. Unt…

Key Travel Tips That Can Make A Real Difference

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bedandbreakfastreport.com - If you lack knowledge, losing money and time spent searching for things can really make your vacation a bad one. The following tips can help with avoiding these things. Be aware of certain food aller…

Best Ways To Get In Shape And Stay Fit

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fatlosscenter.info - Fitness is not seem like a goal for the future. You don’t have to put it off until you can get around to. You can begin building a fitness plan that works for you by using this article.Most people tr…

Look No Further, Dog-related Answers Are Here

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familypetshop.net - Whether you already have a dog or are just looking for one, you’re probably aware of the fact that it takes some work to care for a dog. It is not something you can simply jump right in off the bat. …

Lose Weight The Healthy Way With These Tips And Tricks

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africanmango.fatlosscenter.info - This article was put together to teach you how to easily lose weight. You will read simple ideas that should guide you towards a good plan to lose weight. When you stick to advice, you’ll discover th…

Hungryroot: 'Our Real Growth Opportunity Comes From Retention, Not Acquisition'

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durac.info - The direct-to-consumer food space is hugely competitive. You’ve got the meal kit delivery guys such as Hello Fresh, Plated and Sun Basket; the online grocery delivery folks, including FreshDirect and…

How To Lose Weight Easily And Quickly

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fatlosscenter.info - You shouldn’t be keeping yourself up at night worrying about dealing with losing the weight. You need to do it for your health can benefit of those who rely on you. The best way to go about it is by …

Look Down Below For Great Advice About Wine

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cookingblogs.info - You may not be aware of different varieties of wine there are. This info will help you with wine and make a good choice. TIP! Store your wine in the right way if you wish to preserve its flavor. Temp…

Just Starting Out With Article Marketing? Here's What You Need To Know

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firstadsense.com - There are people all over who love to write for fun. Whether they like to write on their blog or create great tomes, writing is a good way to express their thoughts.It is also a lucrative business if…

Fast And Easy Cooking Guide That Really Works

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cookingblogs.info - Many individuals view cooking as something bothersome. The following article gives you ideas to make cooking fun one.Spices should be stored in a dark and cool place. If they get exposed to any light…

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BUSINESS

Fake China Bitcoin Ban pushes BTC price below $600

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ccn.com - Update: it seems there was a document, saying People’s Bank of China is looking into strengthening regulations. A ban on Bitcoin is definitely not part of it. The story is still developing, we will k…

Trump Tax Records Reveal New Inconsistencies — This Time for Trump Tower — ProPublica

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propublica.org - ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. Donald Trump’s business reported conflicting information abo…

Access Partnership attracts investment to fuel growth

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consultancy.uk - Leading UK-based private equity firm Mobeus Equity Partners has struck a deal for a sizeable minority investment in London-based Access Partnership. This global policy advisory firm to the technology…

U.S. online shoppers already spent $50B in November, holiday season on track for $143.7B – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Facing a shorter holiday shopping season this year, U.S. retailers started rolling out their Black Friday deals earlier than usual. That move has paid off, according to new e-commerce data shared by …

Firm Tied to Russian Oligarch Made Payments to Michael Cohen

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nytimes.com - The payments by Columbus Nova occurred between January and August of last year. Andrew Intrater, the company’s American chief executive and Mr. Vekselberg’s cousin, donated $250,000 to Mr. Trump’s in…

Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince is coming to Disrupt Berlin – TechCrunch

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Here’s what happens when you decide to sell your startup – TechCrunch

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CrunchMatch means efficient networking at Disrupt Berlin – TechCrunch

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Former Facebookers take on Facebook – TechCrunch

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This debut venture firm, backed by an Argentine conglomerate, is investing $60 million in far-flung U.S. startups – TechCrunch

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Latin America roundup: Neobanks raise $205M+; Softbank backs VTEX – TechCrunch

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Vinted, the second-hand clothes marketplace, raises $141M at a $1B+ valuation – TechCrunch

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TechStars’s new CEO on the state of the famed accelerator and what’s next for 2020 – TechCrunch

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Hacker’s paradise: Louisiana’s ransomware disaster far from over

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5 Secrets for Maintaining a Successful Business (and Marriage)

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BitBay Crypto Exchange to Delist Monero Due to Money Laundering Concerns

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cointelegraph.com - Cryptocurrency exchange BitBay will delist privacy-centric cryptocurrency Monero (XMR) due to money laundering concerns. The exchange announced the decision on Nov. 25, noting that the delisting will…

BRICS Nations Discuss Shared Crypto to Break Away From USD and SWIFT

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cointelegraph.com - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, or the BRICS economic bloc, are engaging in discussions to issue cross-national digital money in order to reduce the dependence of their economies on th…

Bitcoin ATM Firm Partners With Largest Shopping Mall Operator in US

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cointelegraph.com - Miami-based Bitcoin (BTC) automatic teller machines (ATM) firm Bitstop has partnered with the largest shopping mall operator in the United States, Simon Malls, to install Bitcoin ATMs at several loca…

Privatization of the weather threatens government services — and the accuracy of the information you receive

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At DHS, an Exodus of Tech and Cyber Leaders

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nextgov.com - The Homeland Security Department is facing an exodus of officials in its top tech and cyber roles, and that turnover could limit the agency’s ability to execute a coherent digital policy. On Thursday…

HP Beats Financial Forecast as Xerox Gets Aggressive - Thurrott.com

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Five-Time Freed Illegal Alien Accused of Killing 70-Year-Old Father of Two

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Evangelicals’ top excuse for backing Trump torn to shreds in scathing NYT column

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What’s your company’s digital ethics score?

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Paying for 'Medicare for All' Is a Pipe Dream

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Report: Trump’s Business More Fraudulent Than Previously Known

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Bitflyer Adds Bitcoin Cash Trading Across Europe and the US - Bitcoin News

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Top Tips About Multi-level Marketing That Anyone Can Follow

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As MDC CEO Mark Penn denies counseling Trump, agency execs call new reports 'embarrassing'

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Ways To Make Your Next Auto Purchase A Breeze

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Perspective | The Baby Yoda GIF takedown shows us how media corporations misunderstand fans

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You can take my Dad’s tweets over my dead body – TechCrunch

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Instagram, Facebook, and the Perils of “Sharenting”

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Netflix cancels its Mystery Science Theater 3000 revival

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arstechnica.com - Netflix will not produce a third season of its Mystery Science Theater 3000 revival, according to a series of tweets from the show's star, Jonah Ray Rodrigues. The text of his Twitter thread follows:…

Night Has Come is remarkable work of genuine found-footage horror

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arstechnica.com - The film is constructed entirely of footage found within the Royal Belgian Film Archive, so the city of Brussels features prominently. The Belgian archives even have seemingly mundane, unimportant ho…

A young couple might regret their choice of nanny in creepy new Servant trailer

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arstechnica.com - Fresh off the release early this year of Glass, the final film in his Unbreakable trilogy, director M. Night Shyamalan is back with an intriguing new series for Apple TV+. Servant might be best descr…

The Mandalorian’s first episode is a no-brainer reason to pay for Disney+

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arstechnica.com - This ice creature nearly devours the Mandalorian's spacecraft. The Mandalorian and a surprise droid are forced to team up in one hectic scene. Another stylized painting of the Mandalorian's wild ride.

Fan de Romeo Santos sorprende a todos tocando la guitarra al revés

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Madre salvadoreña se reencuentra con su familia después de 31 años

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Prohíben el 'vapeo' de sabores en Nueva York por cuestiones de salud

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telemundo.com - La ciudad de NY prohibió los cigarrillos electrónicos saborizados y aunque muchos padres están a favor, hay dueños de negocios que ahora están en limbo. Los globos y las carrozas ya están listas para…

Don't Let Thanksgiving Turn Into a Performance Appraisal

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inc.com - Fifty-five million Americans will travel 50 miles or more this week for Thanksgiving, according to AAA. You'll probably either end up at a relative's door or have relatives showing up at yours. And i…

10 Best Free Avatar and Character Creator Apps - Onextrapixel

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onextrapixel.com - Illustrations of various kinds and sizes have been dominating website design for a while. From abstract (almost absurd) drawings to genuine artworks featuring people in offices and other workplaces, …

Watch Sacha Baron Cohen Take Aim at Facebook’s Fake News in Rare Out-of-Character Speech

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slate.com - “History Is Written by the Victors” Was Not Written by the Victors A Gastroenterologist Solves Knives Out’s Other Mystery: Can Lying Really Make You Puke? Salt & Vinegar Mashed Potatoes Are Even Bett…

WATCHMEN's Two Conspiracies Are About to Collide - Nerdist

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nerdist.com - Warning: This post contains major spoilers for the sixth episode of HBO’s Watchmen. Watchmen‘s sixth episode featured a living flashback. Angela Abar didn’t just learn about her grandfather’s history…

Idaho boy sent shoebox to 'Christmas Child' in Philippines, 14 years later they wed

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It Was the Best of Times | Bruce Turkel

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How to COMPRESS Time & Manifest FASTER! POWERFUL Law Of Attraction Technique! – Law of Attraction Lover

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Accents that face the most discrimination revealed in study

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news.sky.com - A study into the way people judge accents has found that those with traditional working class dialects face discrimination from potential employers - regardless of their intelligence. Public attitude…

The 100 Greatest Music Videos of the 2010s: Staff Picks

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Celeste, Beabadoobee and Joy Crookes nominated for Brits rising star award

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theguardian.com - Nominations for the Brits rising star award, formerly known as the critics’ choice award and given to artists the music industry predicts will find success the following year, have been announced for…

Ex-MLB Star Teaches Kids How to Use Guns in Case Trump Loses in 2020

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breitbart.com - Huff won two World Series with the San Francisco Giants. TMZ quoted Huff saying, “Getting my boys trained up on how to use a gun in the unlikely event @BernieSanders beats @realDonaldTrump in 2020, i…

Kings of Leon review – a stadium-rock masterclass

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theguardian.com - Tennessee rockers Kings of Leon's 10-year rise to stadium status has been so problematic it's tempting to speculate that the Bible Belt boys have struck a dark pact with the Devil: he'll make them on…

World Exclusive Comeback Interview: How Kings Of Leon Rebuilt Their Family - And Their Sound - NME Music News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries, Tickets and Blogs | NME.COM

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nme.com - Kings Of Leon, the hardest-partying band of the noughties, have spent the last three years cutting down on the boozing, organising food festivals and fixing their shattered relationships. With sevent…

Tomi Lahren furious students treated Melania Trump the way she treats Michelle Obama

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rawstory.com - Tomi Lahren is furious students disrespectfully voiced their disapproval of First Lady Melania Trump – despite having solid reasons to do so – while she has spent years disrespectfully attacking Firs…

TRNSMT boss defends familiar look of line-up and insists festival will be a hit

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dailyrecord.co.uk - TRNSMT boss Geoff Ellis has defended the familiar look of next year’s line-up. Lewis Capaldi will headline on Sunday, July 12 – his fourth time playing the festival. Friday’s headliners The Courteene…

Esther Perel Wants You To Think About Work The Same Way You Think About Dating

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Want To Learn To Play The Guitar? Try These Tips

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Ongelukken – Ongevallen – 112 – Brandweer en veel meer…. – Binnenland en Buitenland Nieuws

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Man in Germany dies after being licked by dog and contracting rare infection

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Rossum raises $4.5M to make OCR-like data entry many times more accurate – TechCrunch

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This robot scientist has conducted 100,000 experiments in a year – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Science is exciting in theory, but it can also be dreadfully dull. Some experiments require hundreds or thousands of repetitions or trials — an excellent opportunity to automate. That’s just what MIT…

Simple Contacts has a new service letting users cheaply switch contact lens prescriptions – TechCrunch

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US life expectancy continues downward spiral, study shows

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usatoday.com - The engine that powers the world’s most potent economy is dying at a worrisome pace, a “distinctly American phenomenon’’ with no easily discernible cause or simple solution. Those are some of the con…

When will the Earth try to kill us again?

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arstechnica.com - “The revolutions and changes which have left the earth as we now find it, are not confined to the overthrow of the ancient layers” - Georges Cuvier, 1831. “The revolutions and changes which have left…

Soy milk, almond milk, oat milk. Spider milk?

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arstechnica.com - Milk comes from mammals. It’s kind of a distinctly mammalian thing. Even our government knows that. And yet, Chinese scientists have documented jumping spiders that provide their young with droplets …

Space-grade CPUs: How do you send more computing power into space?

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arstechnica.com - Phobos-Grunt, perhaps the most ambitious deep space mission ever attempted by Russia, crashed down into the ocean at the beginning of 2012. The spacecraft was supposed to land on the battered Martian…

Watch this beautifully disgusting liver fluke parasite explore man’s innards

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arstechnica.com - Doctors in California found a throng of flatworm parasites overrunning a man’s innards—and they caught one of the little beasts on a horrifying video. The case began innocently enough: a 40-year-old …

In 2019, multiple open source companies changed course—is it the right move?

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

Galaxy S11+ renders show off world’s most disorganized camera array

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arstechnica.com - Nothing is horizontally or vertically aligned with anything else. Even the little sensors on the right side are misaligned. Another shot of the phone. There's no headphone jack. OnLeaks showed off re…

Poopy lettuce strikes again, sickening 67 with E. coli-tainted romaine

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arstechnica.com - An outbreak of potentially life-threatening E. coli infections linked to contaminated romaine lettuce has widened to 67 cases in 19 states, with 39 of those cases leading to hospitalizations, accordi…

Supreme Court allows climate scientist’s defamation case to proceed

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arstechnica.com - Climate scientists take a lot of abuse. The political opposition to climate science in some countries breeds nasty attacks on the scientists themselves. Penn State's Michael E. Mann, for example, bec…

CT scans confirm 17th-century medical mannikins are mostly made of ivory

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arstechnica.com - Researchers at Duke University have completed digital scans of small medical manikins and identified the materials used to make them. They will be presenting their findings next week at the annual me…

The Power (and Fun) of Scope with CSS Custom Properties | CSS-Tricks

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Neuroscience & Jazz Improvisation: How Improvisation Shapes Creativity and What Happens Inside Our Brain

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openculture.com - Jazz improvisation has become a hot topic in neuroscience lately, and little wonder. “Musical improvisation is one of the most complex forms of creative behavior,” write the authors of a study publis…

Brain scans reveal terrifying link between obesity and brain damage

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inverse.com - The science of obesity, tends to focus on how the condition alters heart function, the metabolism, or other bodily processes. Little attention is paid to what, if anything, obesity might be doing to …

Has A New Discovery Broken Known Physics?

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forbes.com - Physicists have a well-understood description of the universe, but they are constantly looking for ... [+] new phenomena. Getty Science and the Internet have an uneasy relationship. Science is a comm…

Antibiotic-Resistant Fungi Are a Growing Health Threat

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An introduction to Google Ads Video Ad Sequencing (VAS)

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searchenginewatch.com - Video Ad Sequencing (VAS) is a recent addition to the Google Ads video campaign types that allows advertisers to, “…tell your product or brand story by showing people a series of videos in the order …

Skiers have lower incidence of depression and vascular dementia -- but not Alzheimer's

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Survey: To be happy in LA, you need an annual salary of $204,855

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A man walk's into a doctor's office.

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Effective Advice For Achieving The Muscle Building Results You Want

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You can take my Dad’s tweets over my dead body – TechCrunch

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Finding Profits By Marketing Your Business Through Facebook

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