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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 -
  • newA non-theory about Chance the Rapper's new album art

    A non-theory about Chance the Rapper's new album art

    Chance the Rapper just traded in his White Sox hat for a hat bearing the number three — a reference to his upcoming third mixtape. Yesterday, the Chicago rapper tweeted the above illustration, which is likely the mixtape's album art. Contin…
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  • newSamsung is developing an app that allows parents to send lullabies to premature babies

    Samsung is developing an app that allows parents to send lullabies to premature babies

    Samsung is working on an app capable of sending recordings from straight from parents to premature babies still in the hospital, Engadget reports. The app, called Voices of Life, allows parents to record stories and lullabies, and then removes any…
    - 3 hours ago, 1 May 16, 4:20pm -
  • newObama backs smart gun technology in new policy blueprint

    Obama backs smart gun technology in new policy blueprint

    On Friday, the Obama Administration unfurled its progress report on the gun control policy the President first presented in January. A key pillar of that report is “smart gun” tech. Continue reading…
    - 3 hours ago, 1 May 16, 4:09pm -
  • newSpaceX updates the capabilities of its Falcon rockets on its website

    SpaceX updates the capabilities of its Falcon rockets on its website

    This weekend, SpaceX made a few updates to its website, changing the launch capabilities of its Falcon rockets. The company claims its Falcon 9 rocket can transport nearly twice as much weight into lower Earth orbit as originally thought. The upcomi…
    - 4 hours ago, 1 May 16, 3:48pm -
  • newAnything is a bath bomb if you throw it in a bath

    Anything is a bath bomb if you throw it in a bath

    If you've been on the internet recently, you've probably come across the Lush bath bomb meme. It's the one where people throw random objects into a tub and say "I LOVE my Lush bath bomb!!" even though the thing going into the tub is definitely not a…
    - 4 hours ago, 1 May 16, 3:13pm -
  • newThe Verge Review of Animals: the pink fairy armadillo

    The Verge Review of Animals: the pink fairy armadillo

    This column is part of a series where Verge staffers post highly subjective reviews of animals. Up until now, we've written about animals without telling you whether they suck or rule. We are now rectifying this oversight.What is in a name? In my op…
    - 5 hours ago, 1 May 16, 2:31pm -
  • Australia will use the herpes virus to eradicate its out-of-control carp population

    Australia will use the herpes virus to eradicate its out-of-control carp population

    The Australian government has committed $15 million (about $11.4 million US) of its federal budget to help eradicate the country's carp population, The Guardian reports. The budget will go toward a plan that will introduce a carp-specific herpes vir…
    - 5 hours ago, 1 May 16, 2:14pm -
  • Bing for iOS now lets you search images by taking a photo

    Bing for iOS now lets you search images by taking a photo

    A new update for Bing on iOS includes a neat little trick. Take a picture right inside the app, and Bing will send back a search for similar images.Google, of course, has long had something similar: reverse image search, available for both desktop a…
    - 5 hours ago, 1 May 16, 2:00pm -
  • Astronomers found a tailless comet, named after a breed of cats without tails

    Astronomers found a tailless comet, named after a breed of cats without tails

    Scientists have discovered a comet without a tail, making it the first of its kind. The discovery of the comet could give astronomers clues regarding the formation of the solar system, Reuters reports. Perhaps this doesn't sound quite as much fun as…
    - 6 hours ago, 1 May 16, 1:36pm -
  • Scientists named a new species of beetle after Chewbacca

    Scientists named a new species of beetle after Chewbacca

    I would never assume that the leggy creature above these words was a beetle, because it looks like an anteater / spider, but it apparently is. It's name is the Trigonopterus chewbacca, yes, like that Chewbacca. Scientists Matthew H. Van Dam, Raymond…
    - 6 hours ago, 1 May 16, 1:05pm -
  • newKeith Block talks life at Salesforce and being a Boston sports fan in San Francisco

    Keith Block talks life at Salesforce and being a Boston sports fan in San Francisco

     The day I met Keith Block at the Salesforce World Tour in Boston he was relaxing in a suite at the Heinz Convention Center, a man at ease with his considerable responsibilities as vice chairman, president and COO at Salesforce. His Twitter bio, lik…
    - 1 hour ago, 1 May 16, 6:00pm -
  • newHere’s why we only did three deals last year

    Here’s why we only did three deals last year

     There has been a huge disconnect between private and public company valuations over the last few years. This isn’t the first time I’ve said it. It probably won’t be the last. During this period of froth, companies were able to raise capital a…
    - 4 hours ago, 1 May 16, 3:00pm -
  • newHomo Sapiens 2.0? We need a species-wide conversation about the future of human genetic enhancement

    Homo Sapiens 2.0? We need a species-wide conversation about the future of human genetic enhancement

     After 4 billion years of evolution by one set of rules, our species is about to begin evolving by another. Overlapping and mutually reinforcing revolutions in genetics, information technology, artificial intelligence, big data analytics, and other…
    - 4 hours ago, 1 May 16, 3:00pm -
  • INNOVATE2016: Policy risk should be on the agenda for startups

    INNOVATE2016: Policy risk should be on the agenda for startups

    Former Clinton Administration staffer Dan Rosenthal says entrepreneurs need to think about local regulations and policy landscape. Read More
    - 8 hours ago, 1 May 16, 11:30am -
  • Sell your clothing and electronics with these apps

    Sell your clothing and electronics with these apps

     Are you looking to clean out your closet and make money while doing it? You no longer have to haul your used items to a consignment shop. A number of apps have made selling used things easier than ever, and we’re not talking about eBay. TechCrunc…
    - 16 hours ago, 1 May 16, 3:40am -
  • Why image recognition is about to transform business

    Why image recognition is about to transform business

     From programs that help the visually impaired and safety features in cars that detect large animals to auto-organizing untagged photo collections and extracting business insights from socially shared pictures, the benefits of image recognition, or…
    - 18 hours ago, 1 May 16, 1:00am -
  • Review: Grenco Science’s G-Pen Elite is the best vape of its kind

    Review: Grenco Science’s G-Pen Elite is the best vape of its kind

     The fascination and rapid development of portable vaporizers for ground, plant-based material is hard to ignore, if you’re not living under a rock. Read More
    - 22 hours ago, 30 Apr 16, 9:05pm -
  • New initiatives emerge to help refugees

    New initiatives emerge to help refugees

     Prompted by the ongoing refugee crisis affecting much of the western world, new initiatives have emerged to provide solutions to the many challenges facing the beleaguered masses. In a sea of clueless government bureaucrats and fearful citizens, th…
    - 23 hours ago, 30 Apr 16, 8:00pm -
  • According to its cofounder and CEO Snapchat is mainly “a camera company”

    According to its cofounder and CEO Snapchat is mainly “a camera company”

     While Snapchat Stories may be the feature that brings the company the revenue model it needs to validate its $16 billion valuation, and while the ephemeral messaging feature may be what initially attracted the hordes of millennials sending digital…
    - 1 day ago, 30 Apr 16, 5:30pm -
  • Kindle Oasis is beautiful, pricey and still not like reading a book

    Kindle Oasis is beautiful, pricey and still not like reading a book

     I’ve spent the last week trying to pretend the new Kindle Oasis is the same as reading a real book. It’s not. I love books. I love Kindle’s e-readers and was hoping this was the melding of the two. That real book feel was part of the inspirat…
    - 1 day ago, 30 Apr 16, 5:20pm -
  • Gillmor Gang: iPad Prose

    Gillmor Gang: iPad Prose

     The Gillmor Gang — John Taschek, Frank Radice, John Taschek, Keith Teare, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, April 29, 2016. Apple dips and Twitter flutters, but the Gang won’t bet against them as new media picks new winners. Plus, the la…
    - 1 day ago, 30 Apr 16, 5:00pm -
  • Pushing back against sexism, this is a new era for women online

    Pushing back against sexism, this is a new era for women online

     Take Back the Tech! (TBTT) is an expanding group of women active in 16 countries. They are set on reclaiming online space, making the net safer and more representative, as well as a place for women to thrive and change the world. Read More
    - 1 day ago, 30 Apr 16, 4:30pm -
  • Startups need to do due diligence, too

    Startups need to do due diligence, too

     I hear a lot of horror stories about investors. Many are misunderstandings. Some are just outright false. Then there are those that are true. Sadly, there are a lot of those. This kills companies. I’ve watched great entrepreneurs with brilliant i…
    - 1 day ago, 30 Apr 16, 3:00pm -
  • Why the NRA hates smart guns

    Why the NRA hates smart guns

     With yet another push from President Obama to revive initiatives to develop “smart gun” technology, it looks like it’s time to revisit the issue once again. Read More
    - 1 day ago, 30 Apr 16, 1:30pm -
  • On the dark art of software estimation

    On the dark art of software estimation

     “How long will it take?” demand managers, clients, and executives. “It takes as long as it takes,” retort irritated engineers. They counter: “Give us an estimate!” And the engineers gather their wits, call upon their experience, contemp…
    - 1 day ago, 30 Apr 16, 1:00pm -
  • Watch SpaceX land a rocket in this awesome 360 video

    Watch SpaceX land a rocket in this awesome 360 video

     Have you ever wished you could stand on deck as a 160-foot rocket lands an arm’s length away from you, after a short trip into space? Yeah, me too, but perhaps watching it on VR is a the slightly safer option. SpaceX just shared a gorgeous 360-de…
    - 1 day ago, 30 Apr 16, 11:26am -
  • Welcome to the post-app world?

    Welcome to the post-app world?

     As instant messaging and voice control takes off, it increasingly seems that apps are not the solution for everything. Read More
    - 1 day ago, 30 Apr 16, 10:30am -
  • Digital magazine company Issuu is now a collaboration platform, too

    Digital magazine company Issuu is now a collaboration platform, too

     Digital media company Issuu has been trying to offer a better way to present content online. Now it’s a promising a better way for teams to work together on creating that content too, with the launch of a new product called Collaborate. Issuu, fo…
    - 2 days ago, 30 Apr 16, 1:12am -
  • Windows 95 on the Apple Watch features the world’s most twee Start button

    Windows 95 on the Apple Watch features the world’s most twee Start button

     Big, complex things running on tiny things is a common theme this week. Earlier we had a hack that put Counter-Strike on Android Wear, and today some maniac has installed Windows 95 on his Apple Watch. At last it’ll do something worthwhile! That…
    - 2 days ago, 30 Apr 16, 12:35am -
  • Puma’s got a tiny racing robot that can move as fast as Usain Bolt

    Puma’s got a tiny racing robot that can move as fast as Usain Bolt

     Its story is that of an epic battle. Mankind versus machine in a race for dominance. Only one can win. In practice, thankfully, it’s much, much more adorable. A four-wheeled robot that looks remarkably like an RC car crossbred with a shoebox , pr…
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  • On Outlander, How Much Violence Is Too Much?
    The Starz time-travel drama seems hellbent on demonstrating the infinite nature of suffering, and it may finally be wearing thin. The post On Outlander, How Much Violence Is Too Much? appeared first on WIRED.
    - 6 hours ago, 1 May 16, 1:00pm -
  • While You Were Offline: We Need to Know Who Becky Is. Right. Now.
    This week Beyoncé dropped a new visual album and Edward Snowden released a music video. Yeah, it was weird. The post While You Were Offline: We Need to Know Who Becky Is. Right. Now. appeared first on WIRED.
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  • Your Simple (Yes, Simple) Guide to Quantum Entanglement
    Quantum entanglement is thought to be one of the trickiest concepts in science, but the core issues are simple. The post Your Simple (Yes, Simple) Guide to Quantum Entanglement appeared first on WIRED.
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  • In the New Wireless Universe, You’re Finally at the Center
    We’re gradually moving towards a world where you—yes, you—are the center of the wireless universe, not the big carriers. The post In the New Wireless Universe, You're Finally at the Center appeared first on WIRED.
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  • Our 8 Favorite VR Experiences From the Tribeca Film Festival
    VR is really finding its legs as a creative artform. Here are eight innovative virtual-reality experiences from this year's Tribeca Film Festival. The post Our 8 Favorite VR Experiences From the Tribeca Film Festival appeared first on WIRED.
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  • newBosch Work Memes: Typing bird-god words per minute
    The feverish apocalyptic stylings of Hieronymous Bosch are detailed, and oddly fitting of various workplace. To better appreciate the individual characters in his pieces, and how they may provide a mirror to office life, gaze upon the Bosch work mem…
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  • newHow are you, Sir?
    Hello Hello Dinosaur
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  • newThe Most Enthusiastic Dads
    These male pufferfish want to be everybody's baby daddy. The referenced research paper has two lovely sets of photos showing the nests, mating behaviour, and paternal egg care: The male dug valleys at various angles in a radial direction, construc…
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  • newThe Increasing Problem With the Misinformed
    "The rise of the misinformed is now the largest obstacle for success for journalists today (outside the concerns that relate to publishing). If people don't trust the news, you don't have a news business." Thomas Baekdal writes a strategic analysis f…
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  • newObama Out
    Obama gives his final, hilarious remarks to the 2016 White House Correspondant's Dinner (SLYT)
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  • newSatan is an individualist
    Every movement needs it's Magician and Surrealism had Kurt Seligmann, a painter who was heavily into the Occult.Gallery owner Rowland Weinstein was surprised that Seligmann's works was largely forgotten or unknown.Here you can explore his prints an…
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  • newWorld Penguin Day Week
    Did you observe World Penguin Day? Opus did, and then managed to stretch it to a full week*. *with a slight diversion for a day of hairballs.
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  • The robust tuberous begonia lends beauty and freshness to the carpet.
    Every two years in Brussels, they build a huge carpet out of flower petals and sod grass in the main square. The Flower Carpet is 75 m long x 24 m wide and is typically made out of 600,000 flowers. Why do they do it? Why not! It's pretty. Here's a Y…
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  • Dance around a flowery pole, or topple the capitalist war machine!
    "May Day: America's Traditional, Radical, Complicated Holiday," from the Smithsonian NMAH blog. Part One, Part Two.
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  • please enter your phone number in the most excruciating way
    How NOT to ask people to key in their phone numbers on web forms.
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  • I have a story to tell.
    Once there was a boy who had a large dog. The dog was called Xentrix. (SLYT) Hell Interface is "an alias used by Boards of Canada for a handful of released tracks. These songs tend to be more bizarre and unorthodox than their normal releases" as desc…
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  • Ron Mael at the Tropicana Motel
    The definitive guide to paradise, Hollywood style.
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  • We got each other, and that's a lot
    Fan Jeremy Fry dances to Bon Jovi at a 2009 Celtics game. Via this Aeon link: How being awesome became the currency of our time.
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  • Why Spinoza still matters
    At a time of religious zealotry, Spinoza's fearless defence of intellectual freedom is more timely than ever Steven Adler, professor of Jewish Studies, in Aeon.
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  • Bitter Taste in My Mouth / Spit it Out With a Rhyme
    Riz MC has just dropped his new mixtape Englistan. Released on St George's Day, it turns out that as a second generation immigrant he has some thoughts about identity and nationality.Riz Ahmed aka Riz MC (Previously) is a British actor, rapper and d…
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  • "A way cool dude. Really into tobacco."
    Filmmaker and editor trappped makes eerie documentaries about prolific Youtubers. [Content warning: descriptions of child sexual abuse in third link (and possibly other Hampow93 vids).] Gothic King Cobra (preview) explores what life's like for Josh o…
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  • My potions aren't fit for a BEAST, let alone a MAN!
    On September 22, 2011, Justin Kuritzkes posted a short video called Potion Seller, in which he takes advantage of a distortion filter on his camera to act out both roles of a dialogue between a magnificently coiffed knight and an impish potion seller…
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  • Radzyn Stories
    Radzyn, Poland 1933
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  • "The inside of her head felt slow with panic"
    "The Choking Victim" by MeFi's own Alexandra Kleeman is a short story that portrays one new mother's anxiety. The dream-like fiction linked at the author's web site offers a wider perspective on her work. Selected stories:"You, Disappearing": "Nobod…
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  • Shades of Purple
    Prince's passing has inspired countless musical tributes, usually involving the title track of his magnum opus. Springsteen, Stevie Wonder and New Edition did distinct versions. So did Garth and Trisha Yearwood, Corey Taylor, the cast of The Color Pu…
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  • Sir, Name? Sir! Name!
    This website gives the meaning and distribution of millions of surnames all over the world. Plus, it suggests some interesting history about surnames.
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  • how it's made in japan
    Ever wondered what a possible Japanese equivalent for How It's Made could be like? The jstsciencechannel has one!There are from 2 to 150, and 151 to 309 videos to choose from. Sadly, they lack English subtitles, however there are a handful of video…
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  • People watching people watching cats
    Most of you will have heard of Nyan Cat before. A similar number will know that there is a ten-hour version on YouTube. What you probably didn't know is that there is a ten-hour video of someone watching that ten-hour version. What you almost definit…
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  • Which is bigger: >---<
    Optical illusions are not universal, and the differences in how we perceive them can help us to understand cognition. The famous Müller-Lyer illusion is not universal, but differs by culture, with some African tribes unable to see the illusion at al…
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  • Neurodiversity on display
    With his project Special Books by Special Kids, special education teacher Christopher Ulmer interviews neurodiverse people about their lives and interests. The project was originally conceived as a book series for his students (he prefers the word f…
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  • The Artist Who Wants to Make the E.U. Sexy—And Defeat Brexit
    Last Wednesday afternoon, four thousand miles away, Wolfgang Tillmans slouched at his desk. The photographer had Skyped me from the apartment above his Berlin studio, to discuss the poster campaign he’d released that day against “Brexit,” the B…
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  • Ready or Not
    “I’ll never support Donald Trump, and Ted Cruz does very little to appeal to me as a young voter,” Connor Maytnier, a Republican and a junior at Georgetown, told Paul Ryan, the Speaker of the House, at a town-hall event at the university last W…
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  • How the Curse of Sykes-Picot Still Haunts the Middle East
    In the Middle East, few men are pilloried these days as much as Sir Mark Sykes and François Georges-Picot. Sykes, a British diplomat, travelled the same turf as T. E. Lawrence (of Arabia), served in the Boer War, inherited a baronetcy, and won a Con…
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  • An Evening with Pokey LaFarge, in Pictures
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  • Obituaries My Mother Wrote for Me While I Was Living in San Francisco in My Twenties
    It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Bess Kalb, twenty-four, of San Francisco, formerly of New York. The cause of death was botulism from a homemade strawberry-rhubarb jam that was prepared by one of her housemates. The housemate, A…
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  • What Apple Has to Fear from China
    No company wants to report that its sales have declined. But when you’re Apple, which has consistently seen its revenues grow for more than twelve years, it’s not just bad news but a serious kink in a joyful narrative of boundless possibility. Ea…
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  • The Towering Narcissism of Jerry Maguire
    Remember Jerry Maguire? The character, a sports agent played by Tom Cruise in the Cameron Crowe movie of the same name, became a kind of white-collar superhero when he stood in front of his entire office, having just been fired and left to fend for h…
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  • Mississippi, the Two-Flag State
    Well into middle age, after years working as a writer and an editor in Washington, D.C., and Virginia, I found myself unemployed and floundering. I eventually stumbled across a job, teaching as the Eudora Welty Visiting Scholar in Southern Studies at…
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  • Claude Shannon, the Father of the Information Age, Turns 1100100
    Twelve years ago, Robert McEliece, a mathematician and engineer at Caltech, won the Claude E. Shannon Award, the highest honor in the field of information theory. During his acceptance lecture, at an international symposium in Chicago, he discussed t…
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  • A “Wayne’s World” Argument at the Supreme Court
    As I read the transcript of Wednesday’s Supreme Court oral arguments in the corruption case of the former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, I thought of the movie “Wayne’s World.” There’s a scene halfway through the film in which Wayne and G…
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  • “Viktoria”: A Great Film About Women, by a Woman
    The woman card, as everyone but an iron-coiffed Presidential candidate knows, subjects its bearer’s body to the will and dogma of predominantly male politicians—and it’s valid the world over. But the terms and conditions vary, country by countr…
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  • “Lonely and Horny” and Little Comedy
    In a recent essay for the Times, the critic James Poniewozik observes that individual episodes of many so-called prestige television shows are getting longer. Thanks to the diversity of platforms on which they appear, dramas, which formerly topped…
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  • The Hungarian Despair of Magda Szabó’s “The Door”
    On a recent cold, rainy Friday afternoon, I met my friend, whom I’ll call Nell—a small, compact, unflappable person with a halo of gold hair who ran away to join the circus when she was young. Nell was reading a book. When she raised her eyes fro…
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  • The 2016 Presidential Election: A Cinematic Retrospective
    “My Big Fat Democratic Primary 2016”
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  • Baltimore and the Future of Protest Politics
    Wednesday was the first anniversary of the violent demonstrations that erupted in Baltimore after Freddie Gray’s death. Tuesday, the day before that anniversary, was the Democratic mayoral primary—effectively the mayoral election, since Baltimore…
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  • Check Out the Latest University of Texas Student Startups (event)
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  • Startup Recruiting Event RoundUp for Startups Coming to Dallas
    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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  • Web Jobs – April 6
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