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This is an extremely Hoosier joke and I am here for it.
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10 days ago by patrickmeast
Lush sells bath bombs and cosmetics. It also gives nearly £6 million a year to far-left groups
In fact, Lush’s website says, “we reserve the right to civil disobedience” if any law requires the company to test on animals. It doesn’t sell in mainland China, which requires animal testing on imported cosmetics.
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RT : Robots are the future.
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Plume is turning home Wi-Fi into a subscription service • The Verge
Jacob Kastrenakes:
<p>First, Plume is launching a more capable, tri-band router called the SuperPod. (Its normal router is called the Plume Pod.) It’s a bit bigger and a lot more expensive, and there isn’t much special about it on its own; most mesh systems offer both dual- and tri-band options at this point.

The bigger change is Plume’s business model, which is completely changing today. Previously, you would buy a Plume router (or several of them, since this is a mesh system) and go on your way, just as you would with every other router in existence. But that’s not the case anymore.

Now, you’ll have to subscribe to Plume’s Adaptive WiFi service before you can even buy a router. And once you own Plume routers, you’ll want to stay subscribed, or else the routers won’t work — period. (Existing Plume Pod owners will be grandfathered in.)

Plume’s subscription service will cost $60 per year, or $200 for a lifetime membership. One of the most tangible things you get for paying is reduced pricing on Plume’s routers, as well as a warranty for each year that you pay (lifetime members get a flat five years). Plume’s current routers come in a three-pack for $179. With the subscription, you can get a three-pack (that includes two dual-band and one tri-band router) for $39, which is a major discount. It still gets pricey if you want to buy more routers (especially tri-band units), but it’s still cheaper than buying this kind of router somewhere else.</p>


My (and probably your) first reaction is: get stuffed, Plume. But think a little. Yes, this is expensive for a router. However, Plume by virtue of demanding the subscription is now responsible for keeping their software up to date - and in a world where routers are increasingly under attack, that is big shift.

My concern would be that your router, effectively under their care (it's what the sub is for, right?) might get hacked, and that you'd be unable to get satisfactory redress. That would be amazingly annoying. On balance, might want to just stuck with the ordinary routers.
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10 days ago by charlesarthur
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After today’s presentation, if anyone wants to read a pre-print of the GDPR paper I co-authored with
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bae is leaving publishing and it's going to be fine we're going to be fine and definitely not go broke
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10 days ago by ciphpercoder
SymfonyTest/SymfonyConfigTest
Writing configuration classes using the Symfony Config Component can be quite hard. To help you verify the validity of the resulting config node tree, this library provides a PHPUnit test case and some custom assertions.
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I think definitionally, the difference between jam and compote (which is what the thing I described actu…
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$MDXG "if someone took a bribe, who paid it?" That would be have to and Parker H Petit. The fraud is so sim…
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Happy Birthday, !

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RT : If this were true, McConnell could put legislation on the floor tomorrow that would override any court decision. (I…
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Wedding DJ Contract
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Astrology is popular because there aren't any easier to grasp frameworks that people can use to try to get a handle…
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Elasticsearch vs. Solr vs. Sphinx: Best Open Source Search Platform Comparison - Greenice
From a business perspective, you should regard an effective search engine as a powerful tool that is able to increase conversion rate and bring more profit to website owners. via Pocket
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RT : 🐉🐉RAFFLE TIME!!🐉🐉

We really appreciate the recent support so let's keep it going with some free jingles!

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Special guest is also coming!!!
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10 days ago by richardy
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RT : Our national dumpster fire continues.
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Sonos by Raul Flores - Dribbble
Take a look at Raul's click-to-view concept for a shopping card 🔥
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Study: You're More Likely to Be Hired if You're Referred By Someone White
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This resonates with me too but in a totally different way. Even when I dressed super femme, I always…
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The Democratic Party’s 2018 view of identity politics is confusing - uniting to endorse a slew of straight white ma…
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10 days ago by MattBinder
Light Phone 2 | Indiegogo
A simple 4G phone with e-ink, messaging & other essential tools—a phone that actually respects you. | Check out 'Light Phone 2' on Indiegogo.
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10 days ago by floehopper
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And my favourite moment with Serge Chapleau at yesterday' Concordia convocation ceremony…
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Mein Bild zum "Kulturkampf gegen das Auto" - die Baustelle der Autobahn 100 inmitten von Berlin. Zum Größenvergleich steht ein Mensch mit Helm unten rechts. Habt das immer im Hinterkopf, wenn Euch jemand erzählt, für den Radweg sei kein Platz oder Geld da. via Pocket
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Why I Choose to Tackle Really Long Rides by Myself | Bicycling
Editor's Note: Author Lael Wilcox is an ultra-distance cyclist who, in tackling challenges few can comprehend, has crushed longstanding solo distance records and won races like the Tour Divide and Trans Am. via Pocket
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Confirmed: you can use pretty much any common French word when speaking in English and sound like a conceited fancy…
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RT : Remember this.

John Bolton killed an actual deal under Clinton.

Now Trump is strutting about after having failed…
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