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  • Daniela Tempesta, LCSW: The Major Downside To Snooping
    The bottom line is that when you are having concerns, speak up! Communicate, rather than investigate. This approach is the best way to respect yourself, your partner and the relationship.
    - 15 Jun 14, 4:37pm -
  • Kat Forsythe, MSW: 10 Tips To Survive Being Suddenly Single After 50
    You know the phrase, "fight or flight?" When you're about to walk into a party alone, forget the fight, let's just go with flight. You want to hide. You're terrified. Your gut flips over the dread of what to say when people ask how you're doing.
    - 15 Jun 14, 12:41pm -
  • Arianna Huffington: Sunday Roundup
    This week saw Iraq teetering on the edge of chaos as militants seized the nation's second largest city, Mosul. It was another reminder that the devastation from one of the biggest blunders in U.S. history continues, as 300,000 Iraqis became refugees…
    - 15 Jun 14, 4:00am -
  • Raza Habib Raja: What I Have Never Understood About US Failure in Gun Control
    In Pakistan, unless you are very well-connected, possession of guns is not an easy task. In contrast, the USA, one of the most advanced nations in the world, has such an easy access to guns that I am literally dumbfounded. And this access is coming a…
    - 14 Jun 14, 10:48pm -
  • Phyllis Sues: The Amazing Things That Happened When I Started Yoga At 85
    Yoga is a way of giving back. The gift of life. Your body is a temple and if you give in, you will find universality. Yoga clears the mind and energizes the body and one is at peace with oneself and the universe. Yoga gives me a reason to wake up eve…
    - 14 Jun 14, 5:39pm -
  • Terrell McSweeny: What's This Charge? How to Protect Yourself From Cramming
    Many of us -- myself included -- carry our mobile phones with us everywhere. But even as we have become so reliant on mobile phones, most of us don't pay close attention to our phone bills. And if you aren't reading your bill, it could really cost yo…
    - 14 Jun 14, 3:57pm -
  • newThe best PSP game ever is coming to phones this summer

    The best PSP game ever is coming to phones this summer

    The running joke back in 2005 when the PSP came out went something like this: "you've bought the most powerful video game console ever created, and you're playing a 2D Tetris rip-off?!" Yet Q Entertainment's Lumines was the perfect fit for a platform…
    - 2 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 3:15am -
  • newAn awesome person made this automatic Lego paper airplane machine

    An awesome person made this automatic Lego paper airplane machine

    Lego is perhaps the greatest toy in the world. You can build anything you can imagine, whether that's a castle, a city, a mountain, or, in the case of this incredible video, an automatic paper airplane machine.The machine was made for a Super Bowl a…
    - 5 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 1:03am -
  • Who killed the Super Bowl commercial?

    Who killed the Super Bowl commercial?

    Remember when you proudly watched the Super Bowl just for the commercials? The 1990s were an advertising heyday for Budweiser, Pepsi, and a handful of forgotten dot com companies, all of whom jockeyed to win the nation's approval with trippy short fi…
    - 5 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 12:34am -
  • 1Password for Android now supports fingerprint unlock

    1Password for Android now supports fingerprint unlock

    1Password is getting an update today that a lot of Android users have been waiting for. The app has been given a much more attractive look that's in line with Google's Material Design style, and — perhaps more importantly — it now supports using…
    - 5 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 12:18am -
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge shown off in leaked photos

    Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge shown off in leaked photos

    Samsung's next major smartphone, the Galaxy S7, is mere weeks from being unveiled at Mobile World Congress. And as is usually the case, we're getting an early look through various leaks of press renders and now, some actual photos of the S7 and S7…
    - 6 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 11:30pm -
  • NASA’s new space tourism posters are spellbinding

    NASA’s new space tourism posters are spellbinding

    2015 was a big year for the popularity of space. So perhaps you'll forgive NASA if the space agency wants to capitalize on that momentum with some stellar new artwork. Today, Seattle design firm Invisible Creature — which has done work for clie…
    - 6 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 11:19pm -
  • The NSA is merging its cyber offense and defense teams

    The NSA is merging its cyber offense and defense teams

    The NSA is creating a Directorate of Operations over the coming months to fuse together its offensive and defensive cybersecurity teams, according to a speech given at the agency today. Essentially, the team that collects information about system vu…
    - 7 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 10:23pm -
  • Verizon has AOL chief Tim Armstrong looking into a Yahoo acquisition

    Verizon has AOL chief Tim Armstrong looking into a Yahoo acquisition

    Verizon appears closer to scooping up Yahoo, a move that would place an even larger slice of the internet under the internet provider's umbrella. Tim Armstrong, CEO of Verizon subsidiary AOL, is now in charge of a potential acquisition of the old tec…
    - 8 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 9:07pm -
  • Google CEO Sundar Pichai just got a huge payday

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai just got a huge payday

    Sundar Pichai is having a better February than you are. The Google CEO was awarded over 270,000 shares of restricted stock — currently worth $199 million — last week, according to a Google SEC filing unearthed by Bloomberg. That award is the la…
    - 9 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 8:42pm -
  • Mark Zuckerberg says Free Basics shutdown won’t keep Internet.org out of India

    Mark Zuckerberg says Free Basics shutdown won’t keep Internet.org out of India

    This morning, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India effectively banned Facebook's Free Basics program from the country, ruling that the system and others like it violate the principles of net neutrality. It's a big setback for Facebook's Interne…
    - 9 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 8:09pm -
  • newAdobe Launches Animate CC, Previously Known As Flash Professional

    Adobe Launches Animate CC, Previously Known As Flash Professional

     Adobe today officially launched Animate CC, the latest version of its animation tool for the web. Animate CC was previously known as Flash Professional, but the importance of Flash has (thankfully) declined over the last few years and the company…
    - 35 mins ago, 9 Feb 16, 5:01am -
  • newAnd The Winners Of The 9th Annual Crunchies Are…

    And The Winners Of The 9th Annual Crunchies Are…

     Silicon Valley is getting dressed up tonight to celebrate startups, their founders and CEOs, VCs and angels, and the products they make during our 9th Annual Crunchies awards show at the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House. Tonight’s show is h…
    - 1 hour ago, 9 Feb 16, 4:25am -
  • newWatch The 9th Annual Crunchies, Hosted By Chelsea Peretti, Right Here

    Watch The 9th Annual Crunchies, Hosted By Chelsea Peretti, Right Here

    It’s a big week for San Francisco. Yesterday, the city played host to the Super Bowl and tonight, we are celebrating the startup ecosystem with our 9th Annual Crunchies award show in the swanky WSF War Memorial Opera House. You can guess which one…
    - 2 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 3:45am -
  • newThe Holy Grail of Web Scale

    The Holy Grail of Web Scale

     With customers demanding access to goods and services where and when they want, and servers deluged with requests, concurrency and expectations of responsiveness, organizations of all types are focused on building “web-scale” systems. Initially…
    - 4 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 2:00am -
  • newZenefits CEO Parker Conrad Out Amid Compliance Concerns

    Zenefits CEO Parker Conrad Out Amid Compliance Concerns

     There’s a big shuffle happening at Zenefits today — with Zenefits CEO Parker Conrad exiting the company and COO David Sacks taking over. Conrad is also stepping down as a director of the company. In an email to employees, Sacks noted that comp…
    - 4 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 1:31am -
  • NASA Releases 360-Degree Video Of Martian Surface

    NASA Releases 360-Degree Video Of Martian Surface

     Today, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory released a new 360-degree video, giving you a virtual tour of the Martian surface. The video was created by stitching together images taken by the Mars Curiosity Rover on December 18th, 2015. The scene take…
    - 7 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 10:36pm -
  • CBS Says Super Bowl 50 Broke Streaming Records With 3.96 Million Unique Viewers

    CBS Says Super Bowl 50 Broke Streaming Records With 3.96 Million Unique Viewers

     CBS reported earlier this morning that its live stream of Super Bowl 50 broke all prior streaming records for the big game. Now the network has released numbers to back up that claim: according to an announcement released this afternoon, 3.96 milli…
    - 7 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 10:35pm -
  • Opera Postpones Earnings Release As Takeover Rumors Swirl

    Opera Postpones Earnings Release As Takeover Rumors Swirl

     Last Friday, the Oslo stock exchange decided to halt trading in Opera Software’s shares after rumors of a potential takeover by Chinese security firm Qihoo 360 appeared in a Norwegian newspaper. Trading in Opera shares is still suspended today…
    - 7 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 10:15pm -
  • Health And Fitness Data Is Useless

    Health And Fitness Data Is Useless

     Data is hot right now. We generate tons of it, but most of it sits there, latent, unused and useless. This is particularly pronounced when it comes to health and fitness data, where we strap on our fitness trackers and expect the pounds to melt awa…
    - 8 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 10:00pm -
  • Apartments.com, Mobile Strike & Amazon Scored The Top Spots Among Tech Companies’ Super Bowl Ads

    Apartments.com, Mobile Strike & Amazon Scored The Top Spots Among Tech Companies’ Super Bowl Ads

     A number of technology companies took to the airwaves during last night’s Super Bowl 50 broadcast to make their names – and brands – better known among a mainstream audience. However, according to new data out today from TiVo, which historic…
    - 8 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 9:35pm -
  • Instagram Finally Makes It Easy To Use Multiple Accounts

    Instagram Finally Makes It Easy To Use Multiple Accounts

     …and Social Media Managers everywhere rejoice! Read More
    - 8 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 9:12pm -
  • Free Basics And Facebook’s Waterloo In India

    Free Basics And Facebook’s Waterloo In India

     The project was ill-conceived and showed a lack of understanding of India’s culture and values. Mark Zuckerberg surely had good intentions in wanting to provide Internet access to hundreds of millions of people who lack access. But he went about…
    - 9 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 8:30pm -
  • A Look At The Marketplace Lending Originator Ecosystem

    A Look At The Marketplace Lending Originator Ecosystem

     At the end of 2015, Canaan hosted its first FinTech Central event, which included a panel that had leaders from across the marketplace lending originator ecosystem. A marketplace lending originator is a company that sells loans online using retail,…
    - 11 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 7:00pm -
  • AngelList Raised $163M For Startups in 2015, Up 56% Year-Over-Year

    AngelList Raised $163M For Startups in 2015, Up 56% Year-Over-Year

     AngelList, the online platform that had made itself indispensable to early-stage startups for fundraising and recruiting, said it closed out last year having raised $163 million online on behalf of 441 companies. That’s about 56 percent higher…
    - 11 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 6:44pm -
  • Tribe Is A Nifty Walkie-Talkie App

    Tribe Is A Nifty Walkie-Talkie App

     Meet Tribe, a new social app for iOS and Android that is going head-to-head against Taptalk, Snapchat and countless of other social messaging apps. Tribe is an interesting take on messaging thanks to its heavy focus on video and neat design. Read M…
    - 11 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 6:39pm -
  • Benchmark Adds A Sixth General Partner: Scott Belsky

    Benchmark Adds A Sixth General Partner: Scott Belsky

     Early-stage venture firm Benchmark has added a sixth general partner to its roster: 35-year-old Scott Belsky, a former Goldman Sachs associate who went on to cofound the New York company Behance, an online platform for graphic designers, illustra…
    - 11 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 6:34pm -
  • Health-Centric Food Delivery Service Power Supply Raises $5M Seed Round

    Health-Centric Food Delivery Service Power Supply Raises $5M Seed Round

     Power Supply, one of the growing number of food delivery services, today announced that it has raised a $5 million seed round led by Upfront Ventures. Other investors include Hanson Li (Saison, Locol), former Blackboard CEO Michael Chasen, health e…
    - 12 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 5:09pm -
  • Jessica Livingston Talks Female Founders, Business Cycles, and Her Favorite Event of the Year

    Jessica Livingston Talks Female Founders, Business Cycles, and Her Favorite Event of the Year

     On April 4th, Y Combinator cofounder Jessica Livingston will host the third annual Female Founders Conference at the Herbst Theatre in San Francisco, an event meant to empower female founders — and those who aspire to become them – though a po…
    - 13 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 5:00pm -
  • Gil Penchina On What It Takes To Build The World’s Largest AngelList Syndicate

    Gil Penchina On What It Takes To Build The World’s Largest AngelList Syndicate

     For Penchina, the next decade will see the creation of a more democratic venture capital and early stage investment industry, and Flight is at the forefront. Read More
    - 13 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 4:30pm -
  • IfOnly Lands $10.25 Million Series B For Its Growing “Experiences” Marketplace

    IfOnly Lands $10.25 Million Series B For Its Growing “Experiences” Marketplace

     It used to be hard to take IfOnly very seriously. The 3.5-year-old, San Francisco-based company service has always serviced customers looking for unusual experiences, but they seemed out of reach for most, like the (expensive) chance to cook wit…
    - 15 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 2:58pm -

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Repost from @draws.life ・・・ Here (finally!) is my raccoon drawing🌝 I want a raccoon so badly because look!! They're sooo cutee😻💕 - For this drawing I only used black paper and a white pencil for this one :rela
Repost from @draws.life ・・・ Here (finally!) is my raccoon drawing🌝 I want a raccoon so badly because look!! They're sooo cutee😻💕 - For this drawing I only used black paper and a white pencil for this one :rela
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  • newWhy Jeep’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Only Used a Third of the Screen
    Jeep's quiet Super Bowl ad strives for nostalgia and authenticity, and falls a bit short on both counts. The post Why Jeep’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Only Used a Third of the Screen appeared first on WIRED.
    - 3 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 2:40am -
  • newBeyoncé Showed Up at the Super Bowl Because Work
    She showed up to the Golden State Warriors game because who wouldn't. The post Beyoncé Showed Up at the Super Bowl Because Work appeared first on WIRED.
    - 5 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 12:49am -
  • The Big #UberSuperBowlStrike That Wasn’t
    Only 20 or drivers showed up, and police quickly stepped in to stop the small protest near the Super Bowl. The post The Big #UberSuperBowlStrike That Wasn’t appeared first on WIRED.
    - 5 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 12:24am -
  • Airbnb Hosts Glut the Market, Miss Out on Super Bowl Score
    Airbnb hosts hoping to gouge Super Bowl fans in the Bay Area get a lesson in Economics 101. The post Airbnb Hosts Glut the Market, Miss Out on Super Bowl Score appeared first on WIRED.
    - 5 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 12:24am -
  • Chipotle’s Big Comeback Plan Is Free Burritos
    Chipotle shut down its restaurants today to show that it was addressing food-safety scares. But the company has a plan to make you love it again. The post Chipotle’s Big Comeback Plan Is Free Burritos appeared first on WIRED.
    - 6 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 11:35pm -
  • Twitter Is Now Worth Less Than Many of the Unicorns
    Twitter's value dropped to just $10 billion today, and it's falling The post Twitter Is Now Worth Less Than Many of the Unicorns appeared first on WIRED.
    - 7 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 10:54pm -
  • Why a Flight to Flint May Be Clinton’s Cleverest Move Yet
    With the enthusiasm gap widening, Clinton is forced to go out of state ahead of the New Hampshire primary to emphasize her ability to get things done. The post Why a Flight to Flint May Be Clinton’s Cleverest Move Yet appeared first on WIRED.
    - 7 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 10:13pm -
  • Super Bowl Ads This Year Were Dying to Break Out of Your TV
    This year, many Super Bowl ads seemed self-conscious of the fact that their social media afterlife was at least as important as the big game. The post Super Bowl Ads This Year Were Dying to Break Out of Your TV appeared first on WIRED.
    - 8 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 9:08pm -
  • Hack Brief: Hacker Leaks the Info of Thousands of FBI and DHS Employees
    The names, titles, and contact information of nearly 30,000 government employees has reportedly been compromised. The post Hack Brief: Hacker Leaks the Info of Thousands of FBI and DHS Employees appeared first on WIRED.
    - 9 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 8:33pm -
  • Rescue Robots Should Be Built Just Like Cockroaches. Sorry.
    The same ability that makes roaches gross–their flexible, collapsible exoskeleton–makes them a good model for disaster robots. The post Rescue Robots Should Be Built Just Like Cockroaches. Sorry. appeared first on WIRED.
    - 10 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 8:01pm -
  • Day One Makes Keeping a Journal Delightfully Easy
    You can work up to pouring out your feelings on the page. The post Day One Makes Keeping a Journal Delightfully Easy appeared first on WIRED.
    - 10 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 7:57pm -
  • Here Are the Best (and Worst) Super Bowl 2016 Commercials
    Meta jokes, sexy cars, Scott Baio. This year's crop of Super Bowl commercials was all over the place. Here are our picks for the best and worst Big Game spots. The post Here Are the Best (and Worst) Super Bowl 2016 Commercials appeared first on WIRED…
    - 10 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 7:42pm -
  • Put Down the Pitchforks—A Twitter Algorithm Won’t Ruin Anything
    Deep breaths, people. The post Put Down the Pitchforks—A Twitter Algorithm Won’t Ruin Anything appeared first on WIRED.
    - 11 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 6:27pm -
  • All the Volcanic Eruptions You Missed During the Super Bowl
    A number of volcanoes around the world put on impressive shows over the weekend, including Santiaguito, Turrialba, and Soputan. The post All the Volcanic Eruptions You Missed During the Super Bowl appeared first on WIRED.
    - 11 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 6:22pm -
  • New Game Firewatch Is a Beautiful, Emotional Gut Punch
    The writers behind Telltale Games' acclaimed The Walking Dead have delivered another tour de force videogame story in Firewatch. The post New Game Firewatch Is a Beautiful, Emotional Gut Punch appeared first on WIRED.
    - 12 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 6:01pm -
  • India Bans Facebook’s Basics App to Support Net Neutrality
    Despite aggressive efforts to promote universal connectivity in India, Facebook has struck out. The post India Bans Facebook’s Basics App to Support Net Neutrality appeared first on WIRED.
    - 12 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 5:52pm -
  • Tech Will Force Lawyers to Do More for Those Billable Hours
    The lawyering business resists efforts to move fast and break things—even though, and maybe because, innovation could help make the law more accessible. The post Tech Will Force Lawyers to Do More for Those Billable Hours appeared first on WIRED.
    - 15 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 3:00pm -
  • It’s Been 20 Years Since This Man Declared Cyberspace Independence
    John Perry Barlow stands by his Declaration of Independence of Cyberspace, the libertarian idea that lit up the Internet on this day in 1996. The post It’s Been 20 Years Since This Man Declared Cyberspace Independence appeared first on WIRED.
    - 15 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 2:58pm -
  • Watch a Pyramid of Mirrors Morph Based on Desert Weather
    Babel Tower is the work of Gugo Torelli, a designer from Florence, Italy, and Shirin Abedinirad, an artist from Iran. The post Watch a Pyramid of Mirrors Morph Based on Desert Weather appeared first on WIRED.
    - 17 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 1:00pm -
  • Ride With the Mosquito Hunters Protecting the US Against Zika
    Mosquito control is tedious, underfunded, and very, very necessary. The post Ride With the Mosquito Hunters Protecting the US Against Zika appeared first on WIRED.
    - 18 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 12:00pm -
  • new"Skirt the rules but don't break them."
    People who move to New York always make the same mistake. They can't see the place. This is true of Manhattan, but even the outer boroughs too. Whether Flushing Meadows in Queens or Red Hook in Brooklyn. They come looking for magic, whether evil or g…
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  • newA Questionable Business Plan
    Buymeonce.com is a website that sells things you should only have to buy once, because they have a lifetime guarantee, lifetime repairs, or are just very well made.
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  • newDoes what it says on the tin
    After logging onto their computers today, staff here at the MERL were greeted by an unusual email from the Assistant Curator:There appears to be a dead mouse in this mousetrap, it began, ...which is not described as being there on the database.155-ye…
    - 2 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 3:34am -
  • newL.A. Dreamers
    Five Japanese girls meet in Los Angeles. They are far from home but they have same goal, chase the dream of becoming hip hop dancers. [SLVimeo]
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  • newWookit da bunneh!
    The Scottish SPCA is looking for a new home for Atlas, a continental giant rabbit. "Giant rabbit?" you ask, "How big could a-- Oh dear lord will you look at that." The 7-month old, nearly 6-kilogram Atlas is still growing, and the SSPCA wants you to…
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  • newMurray Perahia on Bach
    Murray Perahia on Bach - a 28 minute chat at the piano.
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  • newas government-funded science dwindles
    Meet the "rented white coats" who defend toxic chemicals: How corporate-funded research corrupts America's courts and regulatory agencies.Archive link.
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  • newThis will tide me over until the Olympics.
    Some of the most exciting gymnastics routines are happening at the college level. UCLA Senior Sophina DeJesus helped lead her team to victory with a hiphop-flavored floor routine that included a whip, a nae nae, and a tumbling pass that landed in a s…
    - 4 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 1:31am -
  • Disrupt this!
    It's not Cyberspace anymore (from data & society, Medium). But over the last twenty years, tech has become the underpinning of so many sectors, of so much interaction. Those of us who wanted cyberspace to be universal couldn't imagine a world in whic…
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  • one weird trick that makes a novel addictive
    Catherine Nichols on the technique of adaptation. "...While reading Waldman's essay, I remembered a quote from Douglas Adams:It is difficult to be sat on all day, every day, by some other creature, without forming an opinion on them. On the other ha…
    - 8 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 9:24pm -
  • Some things might break
    How To Survive A Nuclear Bomb an 'interactive survival experience' from the channel that brought you Threads.
    - 8 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 9:09pm -
  • That's what she [redacted]
    That'swhatshesaid, a one-person play by Courtney Meaker and Erin Pike, consists entirely of lines and stage directions for female characters in the top 11 most-produced plays of the 2014-15 season. The play opened Thursday night for a four-night run…
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  • The Trouble With Superman
    He's boring; he's unrelatable. He wears his underwear on the outside. But is that the real problem of Superman? It's a problem that has less to do with the character himself and more to with DC Comics, which found itself stuck with a flagship charact…
    - 9 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 8:38pm -
  • "...preferably under the wheels of an M103 bus."
    "Ed Koch once said that "to be a New Yorker you have to live here for six months, and if at the end of the six months you find you walk faster, talk faster, think faster, you're a New Yorker." On the search to find the realest answer (is it "until yo…
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  • Take the honey and run
    Robbing of bees has become an increasingly problematic crime as bee populations dwindle due to Colony Collapse Disorder and the price of a healthy hive rises. A swarm of thefts occur around this season every year in California as cells of thieves ex…
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  • I still haven't told you about the dream.
    Toormina Video- a short comic by Pat Grant
    - 10 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 7:51pm -
  • "There are a lot of pieces in this puzzle."
    In the Fractal Jigsaw Puzzle, each piece of the jigsaw (subsequent to the first) is made of a smaller, constituent puzzle. Confused? Watch the video, or just give it a whirl. Don't worry about finishing it all in one go: the game saves your progress…
    - 10 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 7:25pm -
  • Kurt Didn't Know
    In Quentin Tarantino's recent Western, The Hateful Eight, one scene involves Kurt Russell's character, John Ruth, snatching a guitar away from Jennifer Jason Leigh's character, Daisy Domergue, and promptly smashing it to pieces. The only problem? Th…
    - 10 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 7:07pm -
  • Super supercuts
    Vimeo user somersetVII has created 10 beautiful, masterful supercut videos. Coens | 30 celebrates 30 years of Coen Bros movies while Stanley Kubrick gets an appropriately moody and atmospheric tribute. Other standouts include Baseball on Film and Cin…
    - 11 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 6:55pm -
  • Are You Poor, or Just Broke?
    There's a big difference between sharing a Netflix account and struggling to make ends meet. There's a big difference between not being able to order a pizza or go out with your friends and not being able to pay the bills. And there's a huge differen…
    - 11 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 6:45pm -
  • Who Tells Your Story? Historical Fiction as Resistance
    What my favourite historical fiction has done for me, besides make me happy in the way that good books do, is teach me more about justice, and silence, and perspective. These are the questions I want to spend my time examining and writing about. Th…
    - 12 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 5:54pm -
  • 4-19-1775 NEVAR FORGET
    "It Started Here." With great excitement, living history attraction Colonial Williamsburg spent more than a million dollars to put out its first-ever TV ad during the Super Bowl. The splurge may have backfired, as its use of footage of the World Trad…
    - 12 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 5:23pm -
  • You're Gonna Carry That Weight
    Like to apply for the position of the head of an organization dedicated to advocating for the disabled? Better not be disabled yourself. Many jobs have physical requirements that not only seem not or tangentially related to the job, but effectively e…
    - 13 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 5:04pm -
  • On some evenings, I don't want to deny the indulgence
    How Hollywood's Favorite Juice Bar Owner Eats Every Day. Come for the pretty zucchini ribbons. Stay for the magic activated cashews. via Kottke.
    - 14 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 3:29pm -
  • Ziphius, rumored to slice boats in half with its dorsal fin
    Toronto-based artist Bailey Henderson sculpts the fearsome sea creatures depicted on medieval and Renaissance-era maps. (Previously: Beafts)
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  • January 27, 2016
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    More than 500 flights cancelled ahead of the East Coast’s dreaded weekend storm. Washington Post shuts down its column on “what was fake on the internet this week.” Haiti’s opposition presidential candidate calls the planned run-off a f…
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  • Nobody Fronted on Fela
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  • January 21, 2016
    Report finds Putin “probably” approved the poisoning of former KGB officer Alexander Litvinetko. “As he lay dying, he traced the lethal substance to a former comrade in the Russian secret service.” Inside a Russian attempt to engineer un…
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  • A New Place 2 Drown
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  • Dark Waters
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  • January 20, 2016
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  • January 18, 2016
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    When facing a creative quandary, sometimes an outside perspective is just enough to shake you out of an inspiration rut. Sure, there are productive upsides to working in solitary, but, from time to time, two heads can often be better than one. Throug…
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    ‘The Good Wife’ 7×13 Recap: History Repeats Itself

    I don’t want to speak out of turn, but I know who wins the Academy Award for Best Actor this year: it’s The Good Wife. In this week’s episode — Season 7, Episode 13, “Judged” — there are no less than three Oscar-worthy performances, so…
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  • new‘American Crime’ Recap 2×05: Sex and Violence

    ‘American Crime’ Recap 2×05: Sex and Violence

    I like American Crime. I do. I think the direction is great, it offers up some of the most striking cinematography on television today, and the acting is superb. However, I was always a little irked by…something. I could never quite put my finger o…
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  • newIf Donald Trump Doesn’t Win New Hampshire, He Won’t Be Donald Trump Anymore

    If Donald Trump Doesn’t Win New Hampshire, He Won’t Be Donald Trump Anymore

    "This is sort of our final level fest," Mr. Trump told a crowd of several thousand at a rally here tonight. "It's been incredible."
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  • newGlobal Growth Fears Hit Bank Stocks
    The flight from risky assets accelerated Monday, pummeling shares of big global banks and sending gold prices to their biggest one-day gain in more than a year.
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    The President today declared an emergency exists in the State of Missouri and ordered federal aid to supplement state and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions in the area affected by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds,…
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    WASHINGTON, DC — In this week's address, the President reflected on the progress of the past year, and looked forward to working on unfinished business in the coming year, particularly when it comes to the epidemic of gun violence. As he has many…
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  • Presidential Proclamation -- National Mentoring Month
    NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH, 2016- - - - - - -BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICAA PROCLAMATIONAt the heart of America's promise is the belief that we all do better when everyone has a fair shot at reaching for their dreams. Thr…
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    NATIONAL STALKING AWARENESS MONTH, 2016- - - - - - -BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICAA PROCLAMATIONEvery person deserves to live freely and without the fear of being followed or harassed. Stalking is a violation of our fund…
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  • newThe 10 best breweries in American ski towns

    The 10 best breweries in American ski towns

    One Love Brewery YelpSome things in life just go together — Peas and carrots. Hipsters and moustache wax. Mountains and beer. Whether you’ve just summited a peak or raced down one with your proverbial hair on fire, there’s nothing quite like a…
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  • newThere are more drone operators than there are pilots in the US

    There are more drone operators than there are pilots in the US

    AeryonThe Federal Aviation Administration says there are now more registered drone operators in the U.S. than there are registered manned aircraft.FAA Administrator Michael Huerta told a legal forum on Monday that the agency passed the milestone las…
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  • newThis map shows which US states are already in recession

    This map shows which US states are already in recession

    This map shows which US states are already in recession.NOW WATCH: Hidden Facebook tricks you need to know
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  • newOil prices are being driven down by debt (USO, OIL)

    Oil prices are being driven down by debt (USO, OIL)

    Mike Towber/FlickrThe price of oil is being driven down by one simple thing: debt. In a post on Monday, Mark Dow at Behavioral Macro outlined the simple, but elegant and persuasive theory about why oil prices have been driven so low and why they re…
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  • newThe market for construction workers is drying up

    The market for construction workers is drying up

    Buddhika Weerasinghe/Getty ImagesThe reason that tight inventory continues to constrain the U.S. housing market is that homebuilders are having trouble finding enough workers to meet their needs.The cost and availability of labor is the top problem…
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  • newJapanese stocks are cratering as JGB yields plunge to unprecedented levels

    Japanese stocks are cratering as JGB yields plunge to unprecedented levels

    Getty ImagesWhile it’s done little for its stock market nor the Japanese yen, the Bank of Japan’s (BOJ) decision to introduce a negative interest rate policy has certainly had an impact on Japanese government bond (JGB) market.Today, for the fir…
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  • newDonald Trump repeats crude Ted Cruz insult shouted at rally, feigns outrage

    Donald Trump repeats crude Ted Cruz insult shouted at rally, feigns outrage

    REUTERS/Rick WilkingRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump repeated a crude insult, "p----," that one of his supporters apparently shouted about US Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) at a Monday-night rally.Trump was expressing his surprise that Cruz d…
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  • newWorld leaders are under pressure to adopt sugar taxes

    World leaders are under pressure to adopt sugar taxes

    Thomson Reuters2016 could be the year of the sugar tax, as several large nations consider levies on sweetened food and drinks to battle obesity and fatten government coffers.For years, public health advocates have called for such measures as one pro…
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  • newThe world has never seen a mining scheme like this

    The world has never seen a mining scheme like this

    Amit Dave/ReutersAs I’ve been discussing the last several months, reforms in India’s mining and exploration sector have been coming quickly of late.And this week things appear to have reached a climax. With the government saying it will offer a…
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  • newWhy I'm choosing a hotel over Airbnb for my next business trip

    Why I'm choosing a hotel over Airbnb for my next business trip

    Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesAt 8:30 p.m., I pulled out my phone in the dark in LA and read through the instructions again:There is a teal colored lockbox on the gate on the right side of the glass entrance. Keep your eyes open it is kind of hidden..…
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  • newNew Zenefits CEO has harsh words for employees: 'Our culture and tone have been inappropriate'

    New Zenefits CEO has harsh words for employees: 'Our culture and tone have been inappropriate'

    ZenefitsMost of the time, when a founding CEO resigns and a second-in-command takes over, the letter to employees announcing the change is bland.But after a rough couple of months, Zenefits CEO Parker Conrad resigned. David Sacks has taken over as…
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  • newHere's why a weaker dollar is better for the US

    Here's why a weaker dollar is better for the US

    Kai Pfaffenbach/ReutersA two-day drop in the U.S. dollar, driven by hopes of a slowdown in the Federal Reserve's rate hike campaign this year, lifted sprits on Wall Street last week.The PowerShares U.S. Dollar Bullish Fund fell back to levels not…
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  • newDonald Trump's closing message to New Hampshire: Vote even if you're dying or your wife is leaving you

    Donald Trump's closing message to New Hampshire: Vote even if you're dying or your wife is leaving you

    AP Photo/David GoldmanReal-estate tycoon Donald Trump gave a big speech in Manchester, New Hampshire, on the eve of the state's influential Republican presidential primary.Trump, repeating a line he has given before, jokingly urged voters to get ou…
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  • newTesla's falling out of favor

    Tesla's falling out of favor

    Thomson ReutersElon Musk is a genius and a visionary who is almost single-handedly changing the future of mankind through three different industries at once. With that said, it’s not clear if investors can easily benefit from any of that.Tesla, th…
    - 4 hours ago, 9 Feb 16, 1:21am -
  • newWESTPAC: Don't write off the US economy just yet

    WESTPAC: Don't write off the US economy just yet

    REUTERS/Aaron JosefczykUS economic data – with the exception of January jobs report released last Friday – has been hardly stellar of late.Measures on activity levels across the nation’s services and manufacturing sectors have disappointed, la…
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  • newDraftKings is testing its luck in the UK

    DraftKings is testing its luck in the UK

    Stephen Savoia/APDraftKings, the highly popular but controversial online fantasy sports firm, launched its services in the UK on 5 February.The firm's website is now live and offers fantasy sports enthusiasts various daily contests to participate in…
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  • newConsumers value this in-car technology more than driving performance
    BI IntelligenceCars' infotainment systems are becoming increasingly innovative and elaborate — drivers can navigate to a destination while operating a smartphone hands-free. And drivers' demand for in-car technology powered by the infotainmen…
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  • newFBI confirms its 'ongoing' investigation into Hillary Clinton's previous use of a private email server

    FBI confirms its 'ongoing' investigation into Hillary Clinton's previous use of a private email server

    REUTERS/Jonathan ErnstWASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Loretta Lynch is reaffirming that the FBI's probe into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while secretary of state is free of outside political influence.She told The Associa…
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  • newUnaffiliated voters could swing the New Hampshire primary

    Unaffiliated voters could swing the New Hampshire primary

    Thomson ReutersMuch like the evangelicals and liberals that took part in last week’s Iowa caucuses, there is a bloc of voters poised to play an influential role in the Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary: independents.Unlike the Hawkeye State, where…
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  • newOil's literally dirt cheap

    Oil's literally dirt cheap

    Visual CapitalistA barrel of oil is the same price as a barrel of 'Scott's Turf Builder'The Chart of the Week is a weekly Visual Capitalist feature.In theory, a barrel of crude oil seems quite valuable.It’s well-known, for example, that from on…
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  • How Donald Trump, with pizazz and bluster, took on the NFL in the 1980s

    How Donald Trump, with pizazz and bluster, took on the NFL in the 1980s

    More than 30 years ago, Donald Trump bought a franchise in the upstart United States Football League. He then led his fellow owners to sue the NFL in a high-stakes antitrust case.The head-on challenge and his ownership of the New Jersey Generals was…
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  • The CEO of one of Silicon Valley's hottest startups has suddenly resigned

    The CEO of one of Silicon Valley's hottest startups has suddenly resigned

    ZenefitsParker Conrad, cofounder and CEO of high-flying Zenefits, which has lately come under attack for missing its revenue projections and running into friction with regulatory agencies, is out, Zenefits announced on Monday.Conrad resigned becau…
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  • Donald Trump once sued the NFL as an owner of a largely forgotten football team

    Donald Trump once sued the NFL as an owner of a largely forgotten football team

    More than 30 years ago, Donald Trump bought a franchise in the upstart United States Football League.He then led his fellow owners to sue the NFL in a high-stakes antitrust case.The head-on challenge and his ownership of the New Jersey Generals was…
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  • Hacker group releases thousands of names and job titles supposedly belonging to FBI, DHS employees

    Hacker group releases thousands of names and job titles supposedly belonging to FBI, DHS employees

    ReutersA hacker group calling itself DotGovs tweeted on Monday a link to what it claims is a directory of over 20,000 FBI employees. The data, encrypted with the password "lol," includes names, job titles, phone numbers, states, and email addresses f…
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  • The hot software-as-a-service startups of the last couple of years are getting murdered (CRM, BOX, ZEN, WDAY)

    The hot software-as-a-service startups of the last couple of years are getting murdered (CRM, BOX, ZEN, WDAY)

    The stock market had an awful day on Monday, and tech companies were hit harder than most other sectors. But within tech, one segment did particularly poorly: "software as a service" companies that cater to enterprises.For example:Box, which let…
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  • Tesla says these are the three ways the Summon feature will change automotive safety and convenience (TSLA)

    Tesla says these are the three ways the Summon feature will change automotive safety and convenience (TSLA)

    Benjamin Zhang/Business InsiderLast month, Tesla Motors introduced the "Summon" feature in its 7.1 software update which allows its cars to enter or exit parking spots or garages without the driver in the car.  Today, in a blog post titled "Enhan…
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  • HARRY DENT: 'This looks like the beginning of the end'

    HARRY DENT: 'This looks like the beginning of the end'

    Jose Acosta/APSince late 2008, central banks around the world have used unprecedented QE to try and stoke the global economy.Then in June 2014, the ECB took it a step further. They went negative.Zero short-term interest rates apparently weren’t e…
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  • This is what it's like to watch a 'Master of the Universe' lose money

    This is what it's like to watch a 'Master of the Universe' lose money

    REUTERS/Mike Cassese I've heard a lot of stories about investors losing money in my time covering Wall Street.There are lots of ways to do it, and lots of ways to react to it.By far the most fascinating people to observe losing money — also the h…
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  • Feminist pioneers have been criticizing young women for supporting Sanders

    Feminist pioneers have been criticizing young women for supporting Sanders

    Getty Images/Matthew CavanaughFormer Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton hasn’t been well served by her surrogates in the final days of campaigning leading up to Tuesday’s critical New Hampshire Democratic primary.On Sunday, former Preside…
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  • How Disney World keeps 60,000 people in costume

    How Disney World keeps 60,000 people in costume

    via Disney DoseWalt Disney World employs more than 60,000 Cast Members working in positions ranging from house keeping to train engineer. Each day someone has to get these Cast Members dressed for the day – Welcome to Walt Disney World Cast Costum…
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  • The truth about the stock market in 16 simple charts

    The truth about the stock market in 16 simple charts

    The truth about the stock market in 16 simple charts.NOW WATCH: Research reveals why men cheat — and it's not what you think
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  • Warren Buffett might be too attached to his portfolio

    Warren Buffett might be too attached to his portfolio

    Reuters/Rick WilkingBuffett's Berkshire Hathaway has long considered American Express an integral part of its portfolio. He includes it in the list of so-called "big four" investments, which together dominate its holdings of public securities.Berksh…
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  • An IRA splinter group just carried out a brazen attack in Dublin

    An IRA splinter group just carried out a brazen attack in Dublin

    REUTERS/Clodagh KilcoyneAn Irish Republican dissident group said it was behind a fatal shooting last Friday at an Irish boxing weigh-in, according to the BBC.One man was killed and two others wounded when gunmen opened fire at the event at the Rege…
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  • One graphic shows why North Korea is a real threat to the US

    One graphic shows why North Korea is a real threat to the US

    ReutersOver the weekend, North Korea earned further worldwide scorn after it tested a highly technical long-range rocket system.Pyongyang claimed that the test was part of a peaceful and benign space program.However, the rogue regimes' latest laun…
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  • China's Lunar New Year celebration involved a 540-robot dance routine

    China's Lunar New Year celebration involved a 540-robot dance routine

    CCTV's Spring Festival Gala — an annual Chinese state television special celebrating the Lunar New Year — ran for four and a half hours this year. The highlight: a dance routine performed by 540 robots that must be seen to be believed.Story by…
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  • Meet THAAD: America’s answer to North Korean threats

    Meet THAAD: America’s answer to North Korean threats

     The United States has agreed to send THAAD, Lockheed Martin's Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD), to South Korea. Produced by Devan Joseph. Original reporting by Amanda Macias.Follow BI Video: On Facebook
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  • Steve Cohen's hedge fund is investing big time in trading talent

    Steve Cohen's hedge fund is investing big time in trading talent

    Photo courtesy of Point72 Asset ManagementHedge funds these days are in an arms race against each other to snap up the best possible talent.Barclays' Capital Solutions Group highlighted this recently in a big report, noting that there's a confluen…
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  • Hillary Clinton denies blockbuster report of possible campaign 'shake-up' after New Hampshire primary

    Hillary Clinton denies blockbuster report of possible campaign 'shake-up' after New Hampshire primary

    AP Photo/Matt RourkeFormer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton denied an explosive Monday Politico report that both she and former President Bill Clinton are dissatisfied with her campaign and are considering a staff shake-up following Tuesday's Ne…
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  • Cornell students want to 're-examine' Greek system after sexual assault charges against a frat president

    Cornell students want to 're-examine' Greek system after sexual assault charges against a frat president

    Tompkins County Jail via The Ithaca JournalThe Cornell Daily Sun, Cornell University's student-run newspaper, is calling for the reexamination of the Greek system after the president of a frat was arrested Thursday on charges of sexual assault.Wolf…
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  • This is the world's first lab-grown meatball

    This is the world's first lab-grown meatball

    Memphis Meats created the world's first cultured meatball. They took cells from animals, and then grew them in a lab to make more meat. Right now, it's too expensive to produce meat for the general market in this way, but it could be the way of the…
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  • It's becoming clear that there were 3 big reasons for the Knicks' shocking firing of Derek Fisher

    It's becoming clear that there were 3 big reasons for the Knicks' shocking firing of Derek Fisher

    Kevin C. Cox/GettyThe New York Knicks announced on Monday that they fired head coach Derek Fisher after less than two seasons.After a franchise-worst 17-65 season last year, the Knicks are 23-31 this year, but have lost five games in a row and nine…
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  • World War I’s bloodiest front is one you’ve never heard of

    World War I’s bloodiest front is one you’ve never heard of

    Google MapsThe Isonzo campaign, fought in present-day Slovenia from June 1915 to November 1917 between Italy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire, is one of the bloodiest series of battles during World War I, yet is hardly remembered outside of the countr…
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  • Troy Carter: Tech should train minority talent like NBA players and start young

    Troy Carter: Tech should train minority talent like NBA players and start young

    Steve Jennings/Getty Images for TechCrunchThere's a diversity problem in tech, and one side of it is the lack of a pipeline. Not enough minorities are entering the tech industry — getting companies to hire them is a second problem.Contrast that to…
    - 7 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 10:27pm -
  • Beyoncé planned her Super Bowl performance perfectly in order to dominate it

    Beyoncé planned her Super Bowl performance perfectly in order to dominate it

    Coldplay was officially the headliner of the Super Bowl halftime show, but from the moment Beyoncé released her "Formation" video 24 hours before the game, everyone knew it was really her show.Story by Tony Manfred and editing by Kristen GriffinF…
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  • A medication used to treat heroin addiction could become the first fast-acting anti-suicide drug

    A medication used to treat heroin addiction could become the first fast-acting anti-suicide drug

    Millions of Americans experience suicidal thoughts, and there are no quick-fixes available.But a commonly used painkiller could offer some much-needed relief.In a recent study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, severely suicidal pati…
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  • 'El Chapo' Guzmán is willing to plead guilty in the US, but under one big condition

    'El Chapo' Guzmán is willing to plead guilty in the US, but under one big condition

    Univision InvestigaRecently recaptured drug kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán is willing to plead guilty to drug-trafficking charges filed against him in the US — but under one condition.He doesn't want to go to a "high-security prison," Jos…
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  • A breakdown of everything in the 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Super Bowl trailer

    A breakdown of everything in the 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Super Bowl trailer

    20th Century Fox/YouTubeA new "X-Men: Apocalypse" teaser aired during Super Bowl 50, showing off brand new footage from the upcoming film. In only 30 seconds, we saw returning favorites Magneto (Michael Fassbender), Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), a…
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  • Fans think this 'Game of Thrones' theory teased back in season 3 may come true

    Fans think this 'Game of Thrones' theory teased back in season 3 may come true

    HBO / Helen SloanWarning: Spoilers ahead for all of "Game of Thrones," including speculation of future events. "If you think this has a happy ending, you haven't been paying attention." Those sobering words were spoken in the third season of "Gam…
    - 7 hours ago, 8 Feb 16, 10:13pm -
  • Here's the tech hierarchy, based on market cap

    Here's the tech hierarchy, based on market cap

    Not sure where this is from or who made it guessing its based on market cap any way check it out below.The Tech Pyramid [CHART]ValueWalkNOW WATCH: 5 hidden iPhone features only power users know about
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  • A new study shows bananas may help detect, cure skin cancer

    A new study shows bananas may help detect, cure skin cancer

    © AFP/File Arif AliThe black spots on old banana peels may unlock a faster, easier diagnosis of human skin cancer, boosting survival chances, scientists said Monday.When bananas ripen, their skin is covered in small, round black spots caused by an…
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    Our New Editor-in-Chief

    Today begins a new day for ReadWrite. When we purchased the site last year, we had a plan to drive the community to conversations that would lead the world of connected devices. Recently, Wearable IoT World closed our latest investment round and… f…
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  • How Rovio Builds A Brand To Last

    How Rovio Builds A Brand To Last

    I have recently been hosting a series of fireside chats at Storm8 (maker of F2P mobile games such as Candy Blast Mania and Restaurant Story 2). My guests are people who have made large contributions to mobile game development and want to give back to…
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  • The Shadow in the Cloud

    The Shadow in the Cloud

    This week we were treated to an article declaring that consumers are not ready for the Internet of Things. Apparently this is due to the fact that the hardware is more expensive than their non-connected brethren. And yes, when you head down to Home D…
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  • IoT Security Concerns Show An Industry Struggling To Keep Up

    IoT Security Concerns Show An Industry Struggling To Keep Up

    The growth of the Internet of Things  has been predicted over the last few years and has led to a plethora of connected devices. Household devices have led the charge with smart thermostats, refrigerators, and washing machines. We have seen security…
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  • IBM Launches A Cloud Data And Analytics Marketplace For Developers

    IBM Launches A Cloud Data And Analytics Marketplace For Developers

    There are certain topics in B2B technology that have staying power.  Cloud computing and big data are two of these. IBM today announced a broad expansion of its Cloud Data Services portfolio with more than 25 services now available to developers a…
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  • Waze introduces Transport SDK

    Waze introduces Transport SDK

    Popular navigation app Waze has introduced a transport SDK (software development kit) to enable third party developers to integrate Waze features into their own apps. Waze is a community-based traffic and navigation app that is owned by Google and se…
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  • ReadWrite's Next Step

    ReadWrite's Next Step

    ReadWrite is entering a new stage—as am I. I'm stepping down as ReadWrite's editor-in-chief and leaving the publications in new hands.Change is an eternal current in the worlds of media and technology. When I joined ReadWrite three years ago, it w…
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  • Facebook Is Shutting Down Parse

    Facebook Is Shutting Down Parse

    What went wrong?Most observers are scratching their heads over the surprising announcement that Facebook is winding down Parse, the app-hosting service it bought in 2013 as part of a larger effort to woo mobile developers.Developers will have a year…
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  • What The Internet Of Things Has Is A Failure To Communicate

    What The Internet Of Things Has Is A Failure To Communicate

    This post also appears on Wearable.ai, which interviews the innovators in wearable computing, IoT and AR. For inquiries, please email publisher Mark Brooks.The market is flooded with the latest apps, the newest wearables, and spectacular innovations…
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  • IoT, Easy As A-B-C?

    IoT, Easy As A-B-C?

    Everyone from Facebook to Google to Salesforce is trying to make it easier to build software for the Internet of Things, the catch-all term that's come to embrace a wide variety of connected devices in our homes, on our bodies, and around the towns…
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  • How Video Games Boost Learning

    How Video Games Boost Learning

    This post appears courtesy of the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein.Video games have a mixed record in education. Many studies fail to f…
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  • Google's Mobile Challenge

    Google's Mobile Challenge

    Google's master plan has always been clear: Get more people using the Internet, and sell more ads alongside their searches. As I've written, that adds up to $6.30 per Internet user per year.Unfortunately, that plan has hit a snag, as the Guardian's…
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  • Smart Homes Need Smarter Apps

    Smart Homes Need Smarter Apps

    Consumers are frustrated with smart homes. Notably, they're not annoyed with the devices that wire up their living environments. It's the apps through which they schedule and manage each device, according to a new report from Argus Insights.  Argu…
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  • 13 Steps To Take Before Your Business Ventures Abroad

    13 Steps To Take Before Your Business Ventures Abroad

    While exciting, expanding your company internationally comes with a host of risks and challenges. From factoring time zones into meeting calendars to navigating differences in culture, there’s a lot more than the upfront cost to think about when yo…
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  • Staging Servers Must Die

    Staging Servers Must Die

    Guest author Edith Harbaugh is the CEO and cofounder of LaunchDarkly, a service that helps software teams launch, measure, and control their features.The DevOps revolution has focused on automation and smoothing the process of getting code from devel…
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  • Why Women Now Outnumber Men At The Top US Video-Game Design School

    Why Women Now Outnumber Men At The Top US Video-Game Design School

    This post appears courtesy of the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein.The male-dominated video-game world is inching closer towards a more…
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  • 7 Ways To Keep Your Startup Marketing Lean

    7 Ways To Keep Your Startup Marketing Lean

    Guest author Stephen Moyers is an online marketer, designer, and tech-savvy blogger. Associated with Los Angeles-based SPINX Digital Agency, he writes about online marketing, web design, development, social media marketing and more.If you've recently…
    - 18 days ago, 21 Jan 16, 11:51pm -
  • The Future Of Virtual Reality Lies Beyond Gaming

    The Future Of Virtual Reality Lies Beyond Gaming

    Guest author Richard MacManus is the founder of ReadWrite. This article originally appeared in his Augment Intelligence newsletter. If you’re thinking that virtual reality (VR) is all about gaming, then think again. Are you a sports fan? The US…
    - 18 days ago, 21 Jan 16, 6:15pm -
  • Netflix CEO Explains Why A "Gut" Feeling Is Still Better Than Big Data

    Netflix CEO Explains Why A "Gut" Feeling Is Still Better Than Big Data

    This post appears courtesy of the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein.The CEO of one of the fastest-growing tech companies has some advice…
    - 19 days ago, 20 Jan 16, 11:29pm -
  • Shut Out Of Mobile, Microsoft Courts iOS Developers

    Shut Out Of Mobile, Microsoft Courts iOS Developers

    We haven't heard much from Path, a social app, since Korean Internet company Daum Kakao bought it last year. But a recent tweet caught our eye:Path, which still has many users in Southeast Asia, has abandoned the Windows Phone platform. So, too, for…
    - 19 days ago, 20 Jan 16, 6:43pm -
  • Zappos Founder Says His Self-Management Experiment Only Cost Him A Tenth Of His Staff

    Zappos Founder Says His Self-Management Experiment Only Cost Him A Tenth Of His Staff

    This post appears courtesy of the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein.Amazon bought Zappos, an online shoe and apparel store, in 2009. Sin…
    - 20 days ago, 19 Jan 16, 10:05pm -
  • Three Reasons Why Open Source Will Have A Great 2016

    Three Reasons Why Open Source Will Have A Great 2016

    When Netscape released its Web browser's source code to the public in 1998, it seemed like a Hail Mary move for a company embattled by Microsoft.Now barely a week goes by without a commercial tech company announcing the launch of a new platform, app…
    - 20 days ago, 19 Jan 16, 6:01pm -
  • The Age Of Autonomy Is Coming

    The Age Of Autonomy Is Coming

    Guest author Craig Macy has spent nearly two decades serving in a variety of technical, managerial, executive, advisory, and principal roles throughout the technology sector.All of the recent buzz about autonomous vehicles and humanoid robots—a…
    - 21 days ago, 18 Jan 16, 10:59pm -
  • Consumers Are Willing To Give Up Some Privacy—For The Right Products

    Consumers Are Willing To Give Up Some Privacy—For The Right Products

    This post appears courtesy of the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein.Data is the lifeblood of connected products. If you're going to sell…
    - 21 days ago, 18 Jan 16, 5:45pm -
  • Netflix Throws Down The Gauntlet To VPN and Proxy Servers

    Netflix Throws Down The Gauntlet To VPN and Proxy Servers

    Netflix announced earlier this week that any subscribers using a virtual private network (VPN), proxy, or "unblocker" service to access a version of Netflix that is not the one based in their country of location  will be bounced over to their loca…
    - 24 days ago, 15 Jan 16, 9:50pm -
  • How Strava Is Using Data To Create A Community Of Athletes

    How Strava Is Using Data To Create A Community Of Athletes

    This post also appears on Wearable.ai, which interviews the innovators in wearable computing, IoT, and AR. For inquiries, please contact publisher Mark Brooks.We spoke to Mark Gainey, CEO and cofounder of Strava, a social network for athletes that…
    - 25 days ago, 14 Jan 16, 6:02pm -
  • It's Hunting Season On Silicon Valley's Habit Of Unscientific Claims

    It's Hunting Season On Silicon Valley's Habit Of Unscientific Claims

    This post appears courtesy of the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein. Government agencies and watchdog groups are going after tech compa…
    - 27 days ago, 13 Jan 16, 3:00pm -
  • The Web Giants Are Raising The Performance Bar On Everyone

    The Web Giants Are Raising The Performance Bar On Everyone

    Guest author Mehdi Daoudi is the CEO and cofounder of Catchpoint Systems.Throughout 2015, tech-industry leaders have made a series of bold moves under the noble guise of preserving Web performance—the speed and reliability of Web pages—for end us…
    - 27 days ago, 12 Jan 16, 7:20pm -
  • So You Want To Build An App? Twitter Has A Playbook

    So You Want To Build An App? Twitter Has A Playbook

    Twitter the company is sometimes burdened by sharing a name with Twitter the app. It knows a lot more about building mobile apps than its simple-seeming flagship might suggest.That's the not-so-subtle message of Twitter's first edition of a playbook…
    - 28 days ago, 11 Jan 16, 7:38pm -
  • Where CES 2016 Missed The Mark

    Where CES 2016 Missed The Mark

    CES 2016, the big technology event happening in Las Vegas this week, is a place where we could see the best and brightest that the tech world can offer. It provided a dazzling display of demonstrations, discussions, and debates about the future.For e…
    - 31 days ago, 8 Jan 16, 7:28pm -
  • 10 Incredible Products You Won't Want to Miss at CES 2016

    10 Incredible Products You Won't Want to Miss at CES 2016

    This article is sponsored by Indiegogo, a crowdfunding platform where all ideas get an equal shot at success. As a sponsored post, it reflects the views of the sponsor, not ReadWrite's editors.CES 2016 is in full swing and this year’s show features…
    - 33 days ago, 7 Jan 16, 3:25pm -
  • Oculus Rift Is Opening Up To The Masses, Ushering In The VR Era

    Oculus Rift Is Opening Up To The Masses, Ushering In The VR Era

    This post appears courtesy of the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein. Virtual reality is becoming actual reality. After years of waitin…
    - 33 days ago, 6 Jan 16, 8:00pm -
  • Why The Blockchain, Not Bitcoin, Is What's Fascinating Builders

    Why The Blockchain, Not Bitcoin, Is What's Fascinating Builders

    A few years ago, Bitcoin, the distributed digital currency, was the hottest thing to roll through the intersection of finance and technology. It gained significant interest amongst those keen to create a peer-to-peer, cashless currency. But its atte…
    - 33 days ago, 6 Jan 16, 6:56pm -
  • Mark Zuckerberg Is About To Get A Smart-Home Headache

    Mark Zuckerberg Is About To Get A Smart-Home Headache

    On Sunday night, Facebook founder  Mark Zuckerberg announced his plans for 2016 on his Facebook page. The task: build an artificially intelligent smart home.My personal challenge for 2016 is to build a simple AI to run my home and help me with my wo…
    - 34 days ago, 5 Jan 16, 9:01pm -
  • Fitbit Blaze Has Everything—Except A Platform For Apps

    Fitbit Blaze Has Everything—Except A Platform For Apps

    At CES in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Fitbit unveiled a smartly designed smartwatch/fitness tracker combination called Fitbit Blaze.At $199, with a color touchscreen and 5 days of battery life, it's a device that's rich in software and hardware features fo…
    - 35 days ago, 5 Jan 16, 5:06pm -
  • With HealthBox, Under Armour Wants To Wire Athletes Up From Head To Toe

    With HealthBox, Under Armour Wants To Wire Athletes Up From Head To Toe

    Under Armour, having spent hundreds of millions of dollars bulking up on software startups, is now showing its 2016 shape-up resolution: to turn itself from a fitness-apparel maker into a tech company."This is the year that this gets woven together,"…
    - 35 days ago, 5 Jan 16, 2:00pm -
  • How To Slash Your Burn Rate In 2016

    How To Slash Your Burn Rate In 2016

    Guest author Scott Gerber is the founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council.Cutting out unnecessary spending is always a good idea, whether you're running a profitable business or trying to lengthen your runway at a startup. But how do you decide what…
    - 35 days ago, 4 Jan 16, 10:00pm -
  • Twitter Reverses Ban On Tracking Politicians' Deleted Tweets

    Twitter Reverses Ban On Tracking Politicians' Deleted Tweets

    This post appears courtesy of the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein. Twitter has reversed its much maligned decision to ban watchdog gr…
    - 35 days ago, 4 Jan 16, 6:53pm -
  • 8 Tech Resolutions To Make In 2016

    8 Tech Resolutions To Make In 2016

    Most resolutions revolve around physical self-improvement—diet, exercise, and the like. Why not take a breath and tend to your digital health as well? Here are some ways to make your online life a little more manageable, so you can take better care…
    - 39 days ago, 1 Jan 16, 12:00pm -
  • Android N To Use Oracle’s OpenJDK For Java APIs

    Android N To Use Oracle’s OpenJDK For Java APIs

    News from a “mysterious Android codebase commit” has revealed that Google is replacing its implementation of the Java application programming interfaces (APIs) in Android N with OpenJDK, the open source version of Oracle’s Java Development Kit…
    - 40 days ago, 30 Dec 15, 8:41pm -
  • Wearables Move Beyond The Hand, Onto The Foot

    Wearables Move Beyond The Hand, Onto The Foot

    I talk to a lot of entrepreneurs and folks in the startup scene. When it comes to wearables, the one question I come back to again and again is, "What can this give me that my smartphone and laptop cannot?" It's not a particularly sophisticated ques…
    - 41 days ago, 29 Dec 15, 6:09pm -
  • China Passes Law Requiring Encryption Keys From Tech Companies

    China Passes Law Requiring Encryption Keys From Tech Companies

    This post appears courtesy of the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein. The Chinese government has just passed a security law that reporte…
    - 42 days ago, 28 Dec 15, 6:09pm -
  • Buffer's Gift To Other Startups: How To Grow Gracefully

    Buffer's Gift To Other Startups: How To Grow Gracefully

    There are dozens if not hundreds of companies that promise to help you manage social media. One of those companies, Buffer, has managed to stand out from the pack for an unusual reason: its work practices and culture.When I mentioned to a few people…
    - 47 days ago, 24 Dec 15, 3:00pm -
  • Surprise! There's More To The Future Of Marketing Than Just Big Data

    Surprise! There's More To The Future Of Marketing Than Just Big Data

    Guest author Sid Shah is director of business analytics for Adobe's digital marketing business.Big data has come to advertising. Marketers use computers and algorithms to collect and analyze reams of data on customer behavior. That information is fun…
    - 47 days ago, 23 Dec 15, 7:25pm -
  • The Biggest Company In Tech Fears Britain's "Snooper Charter"—And Startups Should, Too

    The Biggest Company In Tech Fears Britain's "Snooper Charter"—And Startups Should, Too

    This post appears courtesy of the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein.Apple is formally opposing a proposed UK law that requires tech comp…
    - 48 days ago, 22 Dec 15, 6:23pm -
  • Security And Convenience Are What's Making Homes Smarter

    Security And Convenience Are What's Making Homes Smarter

    More than one in five households in the US have some form of smart-home system, according to a recent research project by  Strategy Analytics into smart-home use. Smart homes are growing: The number of households with some smart-home device install…
    - 49 days ago, 21 Dec 15, 7:07pm -
  • 9 Ways To Help Your Employees Step Up

    9 Ways To Help Your Employees Step Up

    Guest author Scott Gerber is the founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council.As CEO, it’s important that you work on your business, not just in it. Pushing the envelope forward will bring your company to the next phase of growth. However, if you were…
    - 50 days ago, 21 Dec 15, 4:30pm -
  • How To Lead A Startup: Fake It 'Til You Make It

    How To Lead A Startup: Fake It 'Til You Make It

    Guest author Carol Broadbent is the cofounder and principal of Crowded Ocean, a Silicon Valley marketing agency. She wrote this post with cofounder Tom Hogan.There is no single reason why employees join a specific startup. Motivations can range from…
    - 52 days ago, 18 Dec 15, 10:53pm -
  • The Hue And Cry Over Philips' Not-So-Smart Move

    The Hue And Cry Over Philips' Not-So-Smart Move

    Philips was forced to reverse recent software updates this week when it was revealed that updates to its Philips Hue wireless lighting system cut off access to previously supported light bulbs made by other companies.Here's how Philips explained th…
    - 53 days ago, 18 Dec 15, 5:15pm -
  • Why These Companies Were Hot In 2015

    Why These Companies Were Hot In 2015

    Guest author Christopher Lochhead is a cofounding partner of Play Bigger Advisors. He wrote this post with his partners Al Ramadan and Dave Peterson.In mid-December, Atlassian pulled off a successful tech IPO and is now enjoying a $5.5 billion market…
    - 53 days ago, 17 Dec 15, 10:39pm -

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  • Amazon Black Friday Deals
    As Blackfriday Rolls around – Amazon has some great deals on Black Friday that we highly suggest you check out. Could save yourself a ton of money and time but not going to the store. Click here to save on Amazon’s Black Friday Deals This story p…
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    Congratulations!  Starting a small business is a great achievement.  You’ve invested time, effort and money to make your dream come alive.  You’ve turned your dream of owning a small business into a reality.  Your product is ready to sell and…
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    Are you considering a website as a part of your business?  The internet changed business forever by creating an immediate way to market your products and services to millions of customers all around the world.   An effective website is the only st…
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    While I don’t own many Apple products, I know the feeling that they give me when I use them. I like my Android tablet but for some reason the iPod Touch just seems to give me a better feeling when I use it. For years I’ve called it the, “white…
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  • Web Jobs – April 23
    Need a new web job? Check out the latest jobs for the week of April 23, 2012 on the CenterNetworks job board.
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    I’ve never been a heavy Facebook user — I’ve had an account for a very long time but I mainly used it to share posts from CN and to “friend” people who request that I friend them. Over the years I’ve changed my personal settings to be abl…
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  • Check Out the Latest University of Texas Student Startups (event)
    On April 26, ten startups that are part of the “1 Semester Startup” program at the University of Texas will show off their new concepts to the world. The event is free for all to attend and will be held at the Lady Bird Johnson Auditorium in Aust…
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  • Shark Tank Recap – April 13 & a Second Chance Pitch!
    Below is a recap of the April 13, 2012 episode of the ABC show Shark Tank (episode 307). If you are unfamiliar with Shark Tank, the concept is simple – entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to a panel of investors and the investors have to provide at lea…
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    Just over a year ago I wrote a post about how QVC and the other home shopping channels maximize the spiffs they make on their electronics products, especially the computer products. The basic idea behind their system is to sell “packages” where t…
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    Last week deal site Groupon launched a Dream Weddings channel. Today it looks like they have added another channel — a “kid-friendly club”. The new Groupon Kidz Club features deals that are either geared towards kids or are kid-friendly. Each c…
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    If you are looking for a job at a startup located in Dallas, you should check out the RoundUp for Startups event later this month. The free startup recruiting event will be held on April 21, 2012 from 4-8 pm at Deep Ellum Brewing Company in Dallas, T…
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