Wednesday, August 07, 2019

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POLITICS
How a criminal investigation in Georgia set an ominous tone for African-American voters

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news.yahoo.com - Georgia's Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, and Republican nominee Brian Kemp during a debate in Atlanta in 2018. (Photo: John Bazemore/Pool via Reuters) The Quitman story also helps…
TECHNOLOGY
CNN: Dayton Shooter Connor Betts Had 'Extreme' Left-Wing Views

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www.breitbart.com - The CNN report came out roughly 24 hours after Breitbart News reported the same information — and just hours after the Dayton Daily News confirmed that the shooter “definitely leaned to the left” and…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
A Voice of Hate in America’s Heartland

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www.nytimes.com - Its leaders claim to oppose racism, though the Anti-Defamation League says the group “has participated in white supremacist events all over the country.” On its website, a swastika armband goes for $…
WORLD
O'Rourke says Trump should not visit El Paso in wake of shooting

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thehill.com - Former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D) said he doesn't think that President TrumpDonald John TrumpFormer White Supremacist calls on Trump to stop using fear to motivate people Walmart employee urges wor…
WORLD
Teen wins Google Science Fair for method to remove microplastics from water

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bigthink.com - What does it take to overthrow a dictator? Reflecting on this question in exile, Leon Trotsky wrote in History of the Russian Revolution (1930): There is no doubt that the fate of every revolution at…
POLITICS
Here Are The Democratic Presidential Candidates With The Most Donations From Billionaires

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www.forbes.com - Democratic presidential candidates debate last week in Detroit. Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images. Getty Images A key part of the race to the White House is fundraising, and the candidates are trying…
WORLD
US Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman resigns

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www.cnn.com - Huntsman's successor, whoever it may be, will face the difficult task of fulfilling Trump's goal of improving ties with Russia at a time of heightened tensions between the two countries over issues i…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
A New Study Has Simple Advice for Collectors Looking for Big Returns on Art: Invest In Women | artnet News

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news.artnet.com - Although the price for women’s artworks at auction still lag far behind those of their male counterparts, there is one segment of the market where women are taking the lead, finds a new study from So…
WORLD
America Is Drowning in the Left's Lies About Trump

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www.frontpagemag.com - The president of the United States, Donald Trump, never said there were "fine" Nazis or Ku Klux Klansmen. This is one of the two great lies of our time — the other being that all Trump supporters are…
WORLD
The Charlottesville Lie

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www.prageru.com - That is not an indictment of all politicians—it’s simply part of the game. It’s our job, as informed citizens, to figure out the truth. And that’s where journalists and the media come in. They are su…
ENVIRONMENT
Extinction Rebellion: When Prophesy Fails - The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF)

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www.thegwpf.com - “We need to create Fear!” That’s what Al Gore said to me [Hans Rosling] at the start of our first conversation about how to teach climate change. — Hans Rosling, Factfulness – Rosling declined Al Gor…
BUSINESS
The Lost Corvettes: 36 Chevrolet Corvettes From NYC Barn Find To Be Raffled In Charity Sweepstakes

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designyoutrust.com - They’re the Corvettes that time forgot. And 30 years ago, they were the ultimate prize in one of the most outlandish sweepstakes ever. A rare armada of 36 Chevrolet Corvettes has once again seen the …
TECHNOLOGY
The case against teaching kids to be polite to Alexa

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www.fastcompany.com - Should children be polite to virtual assistants? advertisement advertisement It’s a simple question. And for most parents and child development experts, the answer is simple, too: Yes, of course they…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Luna Louise is creating A Tale of Dragons & Thunder | Patreon

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www.patreon.com - Who I Am: Hi, my name is Luna! I'm an aspiring author from New York. I love writing both original work and fanfiction! I also play D&D, both as a DM and a player. I'm a big fan of anything fantasy re…
LEISURE
VeChain Releases Blockchain-Encrypted Wine Bottles For Australian Winemaker

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cointelegraph.com - Public enterprise blockchain platform VeChain has partnered with Autralian winemaker Penfolds to release a case of blockchain-encrypted wine bottles for sale, as part of its Wine Traceability Platfor…
WORLD
Gove: EU 'refusing to negotiate' on Brexit

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www.bbc.com - Cabinet minister Michael Gove says the EU "seem to be refusing to negotiate with the UK" over a new Brexit deal. Mr Gove, who is responsible for no-deal planning, said he was "deeply saddened" that B…
BUSINESS
How does MiFID II and FinTech work? - Chris Skinner's blog

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thefinanser.com - Over a decade ago, I curated a book about MiFID – the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive. I don’t blog about this much these days, as my audience is firmly in the retail and payments technolo…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Ten Marketers Who Are Crushing It With Live Video

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www.inc.com - Video marketing is as old as movies. Businesses know how to use video and TV commercials to build stories, create brands, and engage audiences. But live audience is very different. It doesn't just co…
BUSINESS
Leading Change in a Company That’s Historically Bad At It

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hbr.org - Organizational change was once a seasonal experience. But today, managing continual disruption is a skill required of most leaders. Change management is the new management, which makes doing it effec…
HEALTH
Alzheimer’s and dementia leading cause of death in England and Wales

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www.theguardian.com - Dementia is the biggest health crisis of our time, experts have said, as statistics show the condition was the primary cause of death in England and Wales last year. Almost one in eight people died f…
LEISURE
Walmart-owned Flipkart bets on free video streaming service and Hindi support to win next 200 million internet users in India – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - India’s e-commerce giant Flipkart said on Tuesday that it is revamping its shopping app to add support for Hindi language, a video streaming service, and an audio-visual assistant, the latest in a se…
WORLD
Este millonario de California huyó a México tras ser acusado de matar a su esposa. Policía reveló detalles sobre su captura

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www.telemundo.com - Detalles sobre la captura de Peter Chadwick, fueron revelados esta mañana durante una conferencia de prensa (video más adelante) ofrecida por la Policía de Newport Beach (NBPD) y la Oficina del Fisca…
WORLD
Obama Still Sounds Like a President

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www.theatlantic.com - Inevitably, Obama’s statement was greeted with wistfulness and relief by Democrats, and even by never-Trump conservatives like Bill Kristol, who spent eight years fighting the Obama administration to…
TECHNOLOGY
Galaxy Watch Active2 gets dedicated YouTube

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androidcommunity.com - Have you always wanted to go and watch videos on your smartwatch? No? But even if you never thought of having that functionality, Samsung believes you should. Their upcoming wearable, the Galaxy Watc…
WORLD
AT&T employees took bribes to unlock phones and plant malware, DOJ says

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arstechnica.com - A Pakistani man bribed AT&T call-center employees to install malware and unauthorized hardware as part of a scheme to fraudulently unlock cell phones, according to the US Department of Justice. Muham…
BUSINESS
BlockFi, which lends money to cryptocurrency holders, just raised $18.3 million led by Valar Ventures – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Last year, we told you about a New York-based startup that’s competing with several other new startups to lend money to cryptocurrency holders who don’t want to offload their holdings but also don’t …
TECHNOLOGY
Facebook sues two app developers for click injection ad fraud – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Facebook has filed lawsuits against two app developers accused of generating fraudulent revenue using the social media giant’s advertising platform. The company announced the legal action in a blog p…
TECHNOLOGY
Apple rolls out Apple Card Preview to select users – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Apple Card is getting its first group of public test users today. A limited amount of customers that signed up to be notified about the release of Apple Card are getting the ability to apply for the …
BUSINESS
Female founders: Apply to the All Raise AMA to win a free Expo Pass to Disrupt SF – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Shouting out to all the fierce female founders. Have you applied to participate in the All Raise “ask me anything” (AMA) sessions at Disrupt SF 2019? No? Women, it’s time to act. Apply for an AMA ses…
WORLD
The crossroads between ethics and technology – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Imagine a growing Israeli startup whose product is deepfake videos that are based on artificial intelligence and appear to be utterly authentic. The company’s marketing efforts, according to its webs…
BUSINESS
Ticket marketplace TickPick raises $40M in its first institutional funding – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - TickPick was founded back in 2011, but it never raised any institutional funding — until now, with the announcement of a $40 million investment from PWP Growth Equity. Brett Goldberg and Chris O’Brie…
BUSINESS
Self-driving truck startup Kodiak Robotics begins deliveries in Texas – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A year after coming out of stealth mode with $40 million, self-driving truck startup Kodiak Robotics will begin making its first commercial deliveries in Texas. Kodiak will open a new facility in Nor…
SCIENCE
Rocket Lab’s Electron rocket will go reusable, with the company aiming for mid-air helicopter recovery – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Private rocket launch startup and SpaceX competitor Rocket Lab made a big announcement today: It’ll be looking to re-use the first stage of its Electron rockets, returning them to Earth with a contro…
SCIENCE
Cockroach Labs announces $55M Series C to battle industry giants – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Cockroach Labs, makers of CockroachDB, sits in a tough position in the database market. On one side, it has traditional database vendors like Oracle, and on the other there’s AWS and its family of da…
SCIENCE
Quantum computing is coming to TC Sessions: Enterprise on Sept. 5 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Here at TechCrunch, we like to think about what’s next, and there are few technologies quite as exotic and futuristic as quantum computing. After what felt like decades of being “almost there,” we no…
SCIENCE
DeepCode gets $4M to feed its AI-powered code review tool – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - DeepCode, a Swiss startup that’s using machine learning to automate code reviews, has closed a $4M seed round, led by European VC firm Earlybird, with participation from 3VC and existing investor bto…
TECHNOLOGY
Optimus Ride’s Brooklyn self-driving shuttles begin picking up passengers this week – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Self-driving startup Optimus Ride will become the first to operate a commercial self-driving service in the state of New York — in Brooklyn. But don’t expect these things to be contending with pedest…
SCIENCE
SpaceX successfully launches twice-flown Falcon 9, catches fairing at sea – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - SpaceX successfully launched a Falcon 9 first-stage that had previously served two missions in July and November of 2018, today carrying its final payload, the AMOS-17 satellite for Spacecomm. SpaceX…
TECHNOLOGY
Indie developer flooded with racist, misogynist abuse after announcing Epic partnership – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The two developers of an indie game called Ooblets have been subjected to “tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands” of abusive messages following their decision to put their game on the Epic G…
HEALTH
The Pill Club is donating 5,000 units of emergency contraception – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Eleven million women in the U.S. live more than an hour from an abortion clinic, a number expected to increase as facilities close up shop following new restrictions on women’s healthcare in several …
TECHNOLOGY
Comcast’s $10 internet plan opens up to all low income and disabled Americans – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Low-income families face the same issues the luckier among us do when it comes to getting broadband: few options and fewer still that are affordable. Comcast, though simultaneously the source of many…
SPORTS
Squad, the ‘anti-bro startup,’ is creating a safe space for teenage girls online – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - When we go online to communicate, hang out or play, we’re typically logging on to platforms conceived of and built by men. Mark Zuckerberg famously created Facebook in his Harvard dorm room. Evan Spi…
TECHNOLOGY
Hardware startup North’s big pivot bet on wearable computing and platform shifts – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Waterloo, Canada-based hardware startup North is a rare bird when it comes to the tech sector: It began life as an entirely different kind of hardware startup as Thalmic Labs in 2012, and launched a …
BUSINESS
Opinion | Yes, America Is Rigged Against Workers

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www.nytimes.com - But this desire to unionize faces some daunting challenges. In many corporations, the mentality is that any supervisor, whether a factory manager or retail manager, who fails to keep out a union is a…
SCIENCE
July was the hottest month on record

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www.cnn.com - Jean-Noël Thépaut, head of the Copernicus program, said: "While July is usually the warmest month of the year for the globe, according to our data it also was the warmest month recorded globally by a…
LEISURE
10 easy email marketing tips to try – Learn

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www.canva.com - The stats are in and email far surpasses social media in the marketing stakes. But when the average worker receives around 120 of the staggering 269 billion emails that are pinging around the globe e…
WORLD
The Looser a State's Gun Laws, the More Mass Shootings It Has

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www.wired.com - It happened again. This time, gunmen in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, murdered 31 people and injured at least 50 more in separate mass shooting attacks within 13 hours of each other Saturday nigh…
POLITICS
The First Amendment: what it really means for free speech and why Donald Trump is trampling on it

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theconversation.com - US president Donald Trump is engaged in a deliberate and insidious campaign to undermine freedom of expression in the US – essentially declaring war on the First Amendment. In a “normal” political cl…
WORLD
A Reformed White Nationalist Says the Worst Is Yet to Come

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www.theatlantic.com - Picciolini now runs a global network, the Free Radicals Project, where former extremists like him provide counseling to others trying to leave extremist movements. He spoke with us yesterday morning …
TECHNOLOGY
Workplace Theft Is on the Rise

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www.theatlantic.com - Your office is a den of thieves. Don’t take my word for it: When a forensic-accounting firm surveyed workers in 2013, 52 percent admitted to stealing company property. And the thievery is getting wor…
TECHNOLOGY
Apple’s innovative virtual credit card is now available—but only to some people

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arstechnica.com - The Apple Card is first and foremost a virtual card—meaning you make contactless or online payments using your phone or other supported Apple device. There's also a featureless, very Apple-like physi…
TECHNOLOGY
Here’s why Nintendo Switch consoles keep frying

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arstechnica.com - For over a year, Nintendo Switch owners have wondered about—and outright feared—plugging their "hybrid" portable console into unofficial docks. And for good reason: scary, anecdotal reports about thi…
TECHNOLOGY
iOS 13 privacy feature will force total overhaul for Facebook apps

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arstechnica.com - Apple's Craig Federighi unveils iOS 13 at WWDC 2019. Privacy has been a renewed focus with Apple’s next operating system update. One new feature in iOS 13 that seems centered on user privacy could ha…
SCIENCE
SpaceX to launch a rare expendable mission on Tuesday evening

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arstechnica.com - Less than two and a half years have passed since SpaceX first reused one of the first stages of its Falcon 9 rocket. But in the 28 months since the historic launch of the SES-10 communications satell…
TECHNOLOGY
Silent Windows update patched side channel that leaked data from Intel CPUs

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arstechnica.com - Microsoft last month pushed a silent update that mitigated a serious vulnerability in all CPUs Intel has introduced since 2012, researchers who discovered the flaw said Tuesday. The vulnerability—dis…
TECHNOLOGY
Barr says the US needs encryption backdoors to prevent “going dark.” Um, what?

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arstechnica.com - On July 23, in a keynote address at the International Conference on Cyber Security at Fordham University, US Attorney General William Barr took up a banner that the Justice Department and Federal Bur…
SCIENCE
Elon Musk: “Anyone relying on lidar is doomed.” Experts: Maybe not

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arstechnica.com - Lots of companies are working to develop self-driving cars. And almost all of them use lidar, a type of sensor that uses lasers to build a three-dimensional map of the world around the car. But Tesla…
SCIENCE
With Gerstenmaier gone, decision to fly NASA astronauts may be more contentious

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arstechnica.com - William Gerstenmaier may not have been not particularly well-known to the general public, but as the associate administrator for human spaceflight at NASA he carried considerable influence in the spa…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
Tensions rise between humans, mythical creatures in new Carnival Row trailer

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arstechnica.com - Mythical creatures fleeing their war-torn homeland live uneasily alongside humans in Carnival Row, the new "neo-Victorian noir" fantasy series from Amazon Prime, starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delev…
TECHNOLOGY
Disney+, ESPN+, Hulu bundle will land in November for $12.99/month

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arstechnica.com - The Walt Disney Company's latest quarterly earnings call included an announcement to investors that appears to take dead aim at Netflix: an all-Disney, three-service streaming bundle for $12.99/month…
TECHNOLOGY
Metal Wolf Chaos XD: A weirdly timed return to 2004’s robo-blasting innocence

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arstechnica.com - Microsoft's history with Xbox consoles in Japan is legendary, well-trodden stuff, though mostly because of flops and failures. It's truly a rabbit hole of culture-clash stories, with one byproduct be…
SPORTS
Dumped by Cloudflare, 8chan gets back online—then gets kicked off again

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arstechnica.com - 8chan was able to get back online today despite Cloudflare cutting it off, as operators of the controversial website quickly found a new provider of CDN and DDoS protection services. But as of this w…
TECHNOLOGY
Board game blowout: Gen Con 2019 in pictures

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arstechnica.com - A sea of gamers prepares to storm the hall to snatch up the most coveted games before they sell out. A roving steampunk band serenades con-goers in the exhibition hall. Tired of drinking non-geek-bra…
TECHNOLOGY
Police can get your Ring doorbell footage without a warrant, report says

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arstechnica.com - Hundreds of police departments around the country have partnerships with Amazon's home surveillance brand Ring. The relationship benefits both sides: the company provides tech and software to law enf…
LEISURE
The Ferrari Portofino—Maranello made this one handle like a Miata

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arstechnica.com - This is the 2019 Ferrari Portofino. I'm sorry the pictures aren't great, but I didn't have very long with the car, and driving seemed more important than taking photographs. I think this picture does…
POLITICS
Biden says violent games are “not healthy” but not the cause of “carnage”

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arstechnica.com - In an interview aired on CNN Monday night, host Anderson Cooper brought up President Trump's previous statements on video games as a potential cause of real violence, noting that Biden had "kind of r…
SCIENCE
Did Stonehenge builders use pig grease to help slide megaliths into place?

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arstechnica.com - For several centuries, modern people have been trying to figure out how prehistoric farmers in southern Britain moved multi-ton blocks of stone into a pair of concentric circles at Stonehenge. Chemic…
SCIENCE
So, how much did the Planetary Society’s light sail really sail?

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arstechnica.com - This image was taken during the LightSail 2 sail deployment sequence on July 23, 2019 at 18:49 UTC. The sail is almost fully deployed here and appears warped near the edges due to the spacecraft's 18…
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
HBO Max secures exclusive US streaming rights for Doctor Who, other BBC series

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arstechnica.com - AT&T Time Warner's upcoming video-streaming service, HBO Max, has already been announced with an ambitious content plan ahead of its "Spring 2020" launch window. That plan grew ever larger on Thursda…
ENVIRONMENT
Un restaurante sirvió jabón en lugar de jugo de manzana, un bebé está en el hospital

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laopinion.com - El pasado jueves, en Pornic, Francia, un bebé de 22 meses y sus padres se intoxicaron al beber jabón por error en el restaurante de su hotel. Los padres de la bebé, Elisabeth, pidieron un jugo de man…
EDUCATION
El ‘mejor trabajo de América’ paga $108,000 al año y están buscando muchos empleados

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www.telemundo.com - Mientras analistas del gobierno revelan que la tasa de desempleo está en su nivel más bajo de las pasadas décadas, otros se dedican a estudiar a fondo el comportamiento laboral y las plazas de empleo…
BUSINESS
US Federal Reserve Launching Payment System, Crypto Bulls Nonplussed

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cointelegraph.com - The United States Federal Reserve Board is planning to release a real-time payments and settlements service in order to boost the payments infrastructure in the country. A press release published on …
STORIES
FATF Regulations – Is It the End of Crypto Anonymity?

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cointelegraph.com - The G-20 Summit in Japan brought 20 finance ministers and central bank governors to officially commit to implementing the guidelines of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). The lack of regulation …
TECHNOLOGY
7 strategies to keep your phone from taking over your life

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ideas.ted.com - When your mind is even slightly resisting a task, it will look for novel things to focus on. And it doesn’t need to look far — only as far as your phone. Our smartphones provide an endless stream of …
BUSINESS
Litecoin Halving: All You Need to Know Before the Day

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cointelegraph.com - With just one day to go until Litecoin’s (LTC) next halving event, Cointelegraph sets out all you need to know about the cryptocurrency’s reduction in block rewards. In spite of their reputation for …
TECHNOLOGY
Domino’s Pizza is locked in a legal battle over the future of web design

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www.fastcompany.com - Should websites be accessible to everyone, including the blind? advertisement advertisement That’s the question at the center of an ongoing lawsuit against the pizza restaurant Domino’s that was file…
BUSINESS
How to do digital marketing on a tiny budget • Creative.onl Ltd

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www.creative.onl - Formulating a digital marketing plan on a tiny budget can be tricky. You need to be able to convert leads into paying customers, but without the huge marketing budgets afforded to big-name brands, ho…
TECHNOLOGY
Google's new hardware 'sustainability commitments' are really, really vague

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www.androidpolice.com - Demand for expensive phones might be slowing, but consumerism as a whole continues. In the wake of our collective and unceasing desire for more, better, cheaper, Google is the latest company to stand…
SCIENCE
Was E-mail a Mistake?

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www.newyorker.com - Anyone who works in a standard office environment has firsthand experience with the problems that followed the enthusiastic embrace of asynchronous communication. As the distributed-system theorists …
ART & ENTERTAINMENT
30 creative examples of podcast cover art & branding

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dribbble.com - Just like any other business or product, a podcast’s branding is equally important to attracting and growing your target audience. When searching through the plethora of podcast shows on iTunes, Goog…
LEISURE
Tour de France rebrands and drops the 'le'

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www.creativebloq.com - Le Tour de France is now just Tour de France, according to its new logo. A new bright yellow version of the cycling race's logo was used throughout this year's competition. And yes, we know, we're a …
WORLD
Swiss drone crashes near children, forcing suspension of delivery program

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www.theverge.com - A drone delivery program in Switzerland has been suspended indefinitely after one of the vehicles crashed just 50 yards away from a group of children. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reports (via IEEE…
SCIENCE
The Decoy Effect, a psychological trick that can influence what you buy and who you vote for

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boingboing.net - The Decoy Effect is a simple but powerful trick that marketers use to influence you to buy something that is bigger or more expensive than you need or want. I fall for this every time I go to the mov…
SCIENCE
"Gas Stations" for Spaceships Will Help SpaceX and NASA Explore Solar System

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www.inverse.com - The ‘60s-era dream of refueling a rocket in space may finally get liftoff. The idea, akin to building a gas station for a car, could help boost a rocket’s range and enable ships to send humans to Mar…
BUSINESS
Diversity In Venture Capital: In the U.S., It May Be Getting Worse

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www.forbes.com - The percentage of venture capital going to women-led companies is at best flat and may be declining. Getty After all the terrible headlines about harassment in Silicon Valley, after all the #MeToo st…
SCIENCE
Ghosts of the Milky Way --"Have Our Galaxy Ringing Like a Bell" | The Daily Galaxy

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dailygalaxy.com - Our galaxy is still ringing like a bell from a galactic collision that possibly occurred within the last 100 million years, when a small satellite galaxy or clump of invisible dark matter plowed thro…
TECHNOLOGY
This incredible real-time voice language translator is also a global WIFI hotspot

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futurism.com - If you’re getting ready to travel abroad, you’ve probably already started looking into translator apps for your phone. And that makes a lot of sense. There are tons of different translator apps out t…
TECHNOLOGY
Amazon will let you opt out of human review of Alexa recordings

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www.theverge.com - First Google, then Apple, and now Amazon: all three are bowing to pressure from the EU over the issue of humans reviewing recordings from their respective digital assistants. While Apple and Google p…
SCIENCE
The Endless, Invisible Persuasion Tactics of the Internet

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www.theatlantic.com - This overconfidence can actually make us more vulnerable to exploitation, because we underestimate the power of dark patterns. Returning to the example of the free trial, companies are, of course, pr…
BUSINESS
Meet Raphael Sofoluke: An Entrepreneur Showcasing The Best Of Black Business To The World

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www.forbes.com - Something that has recently been discussed fairly widely is the lack of diversity in boardrooms across the U.K. One particularly interesting stat that was floating around last year was that in 2018 t…
TECHNOLOGY
There's a record number of immigrant-founded companies on the Fortune 500, despite Trump-era policies

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www.businessinsider.com - A new report finds that 45% of Fortune 500 companies were founded by immigrants or their children, among them tech heavy-hitters like Amazon, Apple, Tesla, and Google parent company Alphabet. While t…
SCIENCE
Introducing a New Theory of Workplace Pettiness

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www.shrm.org - This is the first of three excerpts adapted from The Price of Pettiness (SHRM, 2019), written by Alex Alonso. Pettiness, the word that is, dates back to the 14th century, and derives from petit or "s…
POLITICS
Employing the Formerly Incarcerated: A Global Perspective

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www.shrm.org - Much attention has been focused recently on second-chance employment in the United States. But what is happening in other countries regarding employing the formerly incarcerated? The Society for Huma…
TECHNOLOGY
Senator Wyden wants answers from Amazon on Capital One hack

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www.geekwire.com - A U.S. senator from Oregon wants Amazon to explain the role it played in a hack that exposed sensitive data from more than 100 million Capital One customers. Sen. Ron Wyden sent a letter to Amazon CE…
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August Security Bulletin for supported Google devices now out

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AT&T Unlimited & More Premium customers can now have Spotify Premium

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Say goodbye to Google Trips which is shutting down August 6

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ASUS Zenfone 6 ready for pre-order in the US

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Electric fans could be dangerous in these U.S. states, scientists warn

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China pulling out of US agriculture is a devastating blow to an already struggling industry

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Millions of Books Are Secretly in the Public Domain. You Can Download Them Free

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Audi Partners with MLS to Support Youth

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Kount Introduces AI-Driven Fraud Prevention Technology

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AOC Turns Throwaway Daily Beast Opinion Line Into McConnell "Quote"

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New York Times Changes Headline After Dem Candidates Complain

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Xbox Live Outage Blocks You From Playing Your Digital Games - Thurrott.com

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08-06-2019 - [X&Y] Life Lessons From A Cowboy

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A Technical Analysis of the Capital One Hack

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Whaley Bridge: Some residents allowed home after reservoir water level drops

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Joel Eldridge: Body found in search for British man who went missing in Portugal

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Five search reports for ecommerce you can pull now to prep for Q4

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Hermitage vintage guide - Decanter

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Architecture and Dystopia: Music Videos Based on Superstudio & Archigram's Criticisms

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CVS targets millennials with Amazon-like membership

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ABC Admits Ohio Shooter Was a ‘Leftist’, CBS/NBC Still Covering It Up

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Dayton shooter used a gun that may have exploited a legal loophole

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Chef’s Share: What to Look Forward to at KAABOO 2019

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Tardigrades may have survived spacecraft crashing on moon

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Will Hearables be Bearable?

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US Taxpayers Foot $2 Billion Bill for 30,000 Public Employees in Baltimore

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The Secret To Avoiding Burnout? Try A Little Mindful Indulgence

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How 9 Powerful Ingredients In Our New Multivitamin Benefit Your Health

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Exactly What To Eat To Prevent Hormone-Related Hair Loss

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Mercury is out of retrograde, but the 'retroshade' lingers—here's what that means

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These *mockamole* recipes will make you forget all about avocados

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Exhibition surveys identity and image in British art, culture and society between 1976 and 1995

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Your No-Questions-Asked Guide To Getting Rid Of ALL Your Old Stuff Responsibly

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Learn How To Shop For A Car

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Questions Answered About Jewelry In This Article

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What To in Bath, England

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Would You Like To Become An Expert Photographer? Read This

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Tips And Ideas For Maintaining Good Nutrition

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Fashion Tricks And Tips You Should Know

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Want To Lose Weight? Try This!

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It Is Possible To Have A Happy And Healthy Pregnancy

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Free Guide To Aid In Becoming A Wine Connoisseur

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Solid Cooking Advice For Novices And Pros Alike

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Cat Owners Need To Know This Information

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The Best Suggestions To Improve Your Fitness Plan

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Understanding Your Choices In Website Hosting Services

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Coffee Drinks That Anyone Can Make At Home

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What You Must Know For Your Affiliate Marketing Plan

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Healthy Eating Tips For A Healthy Lifestyle!

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No more dialysis, Scientists Have Developed A Bionic Kidney!

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Over 500 Tiny ‘Teeth’ Removed From Boy’s Mouth

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Scientists capture photographic proof of quantum entanglement

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'Selfies' Might Someday Track Your Blood Pressure

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An all-electric Ford F-150 pickup truck prototype has towed more than a million pounds

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CXO Transform | The Release From Work And What It Costs

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Roborace: The futuristic motorsport providing a testbed for autonomous cars

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In Heat Waves, Fans May Do More Harm Than Good

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Electric powered farm vehicles set to revolutionise agriculture sector

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Fluid omni-channel retail model is crucial in certain areas, new report reveals - Professional Jeweller

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How to Use LinkedIn Website Demographics as a Marketing Tool

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Travel Day Manchester to New York - Travel Explored

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How to Create Your Self-Publishing Production Schedule - In Pursuit of Fabulous

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Suncorp creates chief customer and digital officer role, Pip Marlow to depart

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Cybereason Raises $200 Million Led By Softbank Ahead Of IPO

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The 8 Ways Companies Get Work Done, and How to Align Them

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Obama verurteilt Sprache des Hasses

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Consolidating Vendors as a Growth Strategy

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Dan Rather calls on journalists to report what Trump ‘really believes,’ not what he says

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Tech driving rise of new agricultural industries

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www.cio.com.au - A report resulting from three years’ research by Queensland University of Technology has identified a number of new agricultural industries that will be arriving as a result of emerging technologies.…
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America’s nuclear-weapons policy isn’t what you think—it’s much worse

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www.usatoday.com - U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw, based in San Diego. The polite federal judge forcing the Trump administration to reunite separated immigrant families is a widely respected jurist who says he faced d…
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Galveston police apologize after photo surfaces of horse-mounted officers leading handcuffed suspect

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53 Shot, Seven Fatally, in Democrat-Controlled Chicago

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New Japanese Flying Car Gets Off the Ground, for About a Minute

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GOP Rep. Michael R. Turner of Dayton backs assault-weapon ban, magazine limits

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