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jeudi 21 juin 2018, 20:09
Over five days, a 32-year-old woman in Russia took selfies to document a strange lump on her face that moved from under her left eye to above it and then later to her lip. She finally visited a physician who reported a 'superficial moving oblong nodule at the left upper...
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Why do Lightning cables fail so frequently? I don't think I've ever had a micro-USB cable malfunction, but Lightning cables go out all the time. Curse you, Apple. The least worst Lightning cables, in my experience, are made by Anker. And these reinforced ones last the...
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If it wasn't for the barrier of hard air, this guy would have been lunch for this stealthy tiger.
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Sara Netanyahu, wife of scandal-plagued Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has been charged with misusing state funds. She was indicted this morning. From CNN: In a case known as the 'Meals Ordering Affair,' prosecutors say Sara Netanyahu used state money to pay for...
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Tech Crunch visits Creator, a San Francisco fast food joint that uses a factory-style 'burger bot' to assemble its $6 hamburgers. Owner Alex Vardakostas says his burger-making machine, which he built himself, makes a better burger than any human could do. But doesn't a mini...
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https://youtu.be/I9I_QvEXDv0 Koko, the famous western lowland gorilla who communicated with humans through sign language, died in her sleep Tuesday. She was 46. From NPR: Throughout her life, Koko's abilities made headlines. After she began communicating with humans through...
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That time Robin Williams hung out with Koko in 2001. Sad news out of Woodside, California: Koko, the western lowland gorilla who mastered American Sign Language, passed away Wednesday in her sleep at the age of 46. The Gorilla Foundation, an organization founded by Koko's...
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MJ Hegar is an Air Force veteran whose helicopter was shot down in combat. In this video, she talks about how she fought and won against Pentagon efforts to keep her and other women from ground combat positions in the military. Now she's running as a Democrat against the tea ...
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Scotty of Strange Parts went to an employee-less convenience store in Yiwu, China. To enter it, he scanned a QR code on the outside of the building and the door unlocked. Inside, it looks like a tiny 7-Eleven. Everything in the store has RFID stickers on them. You select the ...
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A 64-year-old Japanese man who works at the water bureau in Kobe has made a grave error. He left his desk for a break three minutes early so that he could buy a bento box for lunch. In fact, over a period of seven months, he boldly repeated this offense 26 times. Once word...
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Who is smarter: dogs or cats? It's not really meaningful question. Cats have brains suited to the life of a cat, and dogs have the perfect brain for being a dog. But it's interesting to learn about the relative cognitive power and density of animals, which are presented in...
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Remember when conservatives were into 'family values' and defending their families from Big Government intrusions, like breaking up families over refusal to obey the law on education, vaccination, corporal punishment, etc? Funny, that: 'Here, their paranoid fantasy has...
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Jason Kessler, organizer of last summer's violent, murderous 'unite the right' rally in Charlottesville, has received preliminary National Parks Service approval to stage a 'white civil rights rally' in Washington, DC, on Aug 11-12. He anticipates 400 attendees.
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An 'outside White House adviser' told Vanity Fair's Gabriel Sherman that Stephen Miller, the architect of the ICE child kidnapping program actively enjoys the photos of terrified, miserable children in cages: 'Stephen actually enjoys seeing those pictures at the border....
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The largest, wealthiest cities in America are filling up with tent cities -- especially on the west coast, where East Coast style right-to-shelter laws are rare -- and if the spectacle of human misery doesn't alarm you, perhaps you should be thinking about communicable...
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The Adobe Creative Cloud is home to a suite of editing tools today's creatives count on to produce their content. Whether you're an aspiring photographer, animator, or graphic designer, Adobe's programs can help you in your creative pursuits, and with the Complete Adobe CC...
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After switching computers and phones, Henry Grabar tried not logging into Facebook for nine days; the company's systems noticed and embarked on a relentless campaign of email harassment, automatically emailing him with algorithmically created enticements that were supposed...
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After decades of back-and-forth over internet freedom, China has figured out a method for allowing people to use the internet for social and business purposes, but not for political reform -- a combination of huge boiler-rooms full of censors, centralization of internet...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBknF2yUZZ8&t=199s Bejamin 'Mako' Hill (previously) is a free software developer, activist and academic with a long history of shrewd critical insights into the ways that free software, free culture and the wider world interact with each...
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