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Morning Glory by ladymacbethsspot [Archive of Our Own]
A very lazy morning. Levi wakes up slowly and then proceeds to wake Erwin up in a very pleasant way.
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RT : Just a reminder that you do not "own" your digital purchases, like those on iTunes, Amazon, Google, etc.
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Listen, I want trans to be contagious as much as the next discredited psychologist, but it just isn't yet. One day…
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Jim Sanborn - Large Scale Projection on Vimeo
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"Jim Sanborn è un artista classe 1945 di Washington. Dopo una laurea al Randolph-Macon College nel 1969 in storia e sociologia ha ottenuto un Master in scultura al Pratt Institute nel 1971. Sanborn ha ricevuto molti riconoscimenti come artista e le sue opere sono esposte nei maggiori musei degli Stati Uniti, Asia ed Europa. leggi di più su https://ift.tt/2ND0PiZ Artist Jim Sanborn was born in Washington, DC on November 14, 1945. He graduated from Randolph-Macon College in 1969 with a double major in art history and sociology. He received his Masters degree in sculpture from Pratt Institute in 1971. Sanborn has received numerous awards and grants and has exhibited in major museums in the United States, Asia, and Europe. Jim Sanborn's public artworks are located in Japan, Taiwan and many locations in the United States. This site offers an extensive selection of images and descriptions of these works. .. read more at: https://ift.tt/2ND0PiZ"

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Stationery mockups are really handy for presenting your branding and print designs. Here's a list of 40 templates you can download free! https://ift.tt/2NxeMiD http://twitter.com/chrisspooner/status/1039959410074951680
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Tim Cook trolled us all with a tweet before the opening video
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Comparative Research Done Right (Eleganthack)
Christina Wodtke неплохо описывает разные подходы к сравнительному анализу конкурентов перед началом работы над продуктом.
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Like Moths to a Flame – K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center
“I think our default assumption probably should be that there are students in every middle and high school in the nation routinely probing their school IT systems and edtech apps for exploits.” https://t.co/03t3Rp03U6 Must read by @douglevin pic.twitter.com/REuf7nnXfb

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“I think our default assumption probably should be that there are students in every middle and high school in the nation routinely probing their school IT systems and edtech apps for exploits.” https://t.co/03t3Rp03U6 Must read by @douglevin pic.twitter.com/REuf7nnXfb

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Wondering how to type that fancy R in iPhone Xʀ? There’s an app for that. Latin letter small capital r is found in…
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the president of the united states had 3 paper printouts
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US$399 Apple Watch Series 4 Has a 30% Larger Display, Wrist ECG Readout
At the Apple Special Event currently ongoing in Cupertino, California, Apple has announced the new Series 4 Apple Watch. While familiar in design, the watch has been refined, with a display that is larger by more than 30%, and with a thinner and smaller case and total volume. To best complement this new seamless design,...

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Detection of microalbuminuria. Receiver operating characteristic curve analysis favors albumin-to-creatinine ratio over albumin concentration. | Diabetes Care
Detection of microalbuminuria. Receiver operating characteristic curve analysis favors albumin-to-creatinine ratio over albumin concentration.
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Intellectual property is theft.
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Today in Doha, discussing how text reuse data can help us build a corpus for the Sira of Ibn Ishaq
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$AAPL Video presentation on the new phones. I didnt think to record until about 20 seconds in so its not complete
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I love them all so much😭😭💖 i want more Dirk Gently
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Trump was asked by a South Dakota TV station if he has any words of comfort for farmers worried they'll lose their family farms because of his tariff fights. He said "they would have lost them anyway." pic.twitter.com/H6qOwJwb6o

— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) September 12, 2018

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Chromat’s "Saturation" swimwear line is for people who hate wearing swimwear — Quartzy
Chromat’s new swimsuit line is for people who hate wearing swimsuits September 12, 2018 at 03:17PM https://ift.tt/2QmQg2h

For those of us who have a fraught relationship with swimwear, the giant t-shirt is a cherished summertime essential, a beach- or pool-side cover-all to lounge or even swim in.

Chromat’s new swimwear line, which debuted at New York Fashion Week last Friday (Sept. 7), celebrates that blessed t-shirt. Dubbed “Saturation,” the collection is inspired by wet t-shirts. Not the kind in a beachside bar’s “wet t-shirt contest,” but the kind you throw on because you’re not in the mood to strip mostly naked and make smalltalk.

“We wanted to reclaim the experience of hiding under a giant T-shirt at a pool party,” the collection’s description reads, “and make it a garment to wear proudly.”

The line, which goes up to size 3X, with more sizes coming, includes a series of scuba-inspired swimsuits and separates, coverups, and sun hats designed in collaboration with the milliner Eugenia Kim. And, of course, there are t-shirts.

Chromat models in its “Saturation” line, plus anti-thigh-chafing Bandelettes.
The collection is the brainchild of the designer and former architect Becca McCharen-Tran, founder of the swim and athletic-wear brand. Working at the intersection of tech and fashion, McCharen-Tran is known for using technology to 3D-print dresses and create shape-shifting bras, all in the name of customizing for a range of different bodies.

Chromat’s “Sample Size” T-Shirts went viral for promoting a somewhat rare message of inclusivity at NYFW.
The same kind of innovation is reflected on McCharen-Tran’s runways: In addition to its designs, Chromat is known for being fashion week’s most inclusive show. This latest collection—like all of the label’s shows—featured one of the week’s most diverse casts. DJ’d by discwoman Mobilegirl, the models included the sex educator and breast cancer survivor Ericka Hart; blogger and amputee Mama Cãx; and trans model Maya Mones.

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A new fish found 26,000 feet deep melts at the surface of the sea — Quartz
Meet the new species of deep-sea fish so gooey it melts when brought to the surface September 12, 2018 at 03:17PM https://ift.tt/2Mptp2Y

Picture a fish. No matter what type you picked, you probably imagined a colorful scaled creature with fins, gills, and puckered lips (or maybe a toothy open jaw if you went in the shark direction).

A lot of the fish we think of as particularly “fishy” have one thing in common: They come from just a tiny portion of the ocean. By some estimates, humans have explored only a fifth of Earth’s seas, which cover the majority of the planet. The fish that we’re familiar with are just a small sample of the diversity of life underwater.

Three new species of fish, discovered by a massive team of researchers exploring the Atacama trench, highlight that diversity. The blue, pink, and purple Atacama snailfish (a temporary name) were caught by a camera that had been submerged, with bait, to some 26,000 feet (about 8,000 meters). The snailfish’s blobby, translucent bodies look like ghostly tadpoles, and they appear to have very few bones. A report on the fish was presented at this week’s 2018 Challenger Conference, which is focused on marine biology and held at Newcastle University in the UK.

Based on the 400 or so known species of snailfish, the team was able to identify their discovery as part of that family, also known as sea snails or lumpsuckers for their feeding style. A cousin of the Atacama snailfish, the Marianas snailfish, is the deepest-dwelling fish ever discovered, inhabiting depths below 26,600 ft.

Because their habitat is in the deepest trenches of the ocean, Atacama snailfish live without the fear of predation; five miles is an awfully deep dive for a meal. They have also adapted beautifully to their environment. “The hardest structures in their bodies are the bones in their inner ear, which give them balance, and their teeth,” Thomas Linley, a marine biologist at Newcastle, said in a statement. Otherwise, the fish are made of a gooey substance that relies on the crushing pressure of the deep ocean—some 2,500 times what we land-dwellers are used to, according to Smithsonian—to hold their bodies together.

Unfortunately, these evolutionary lifehacks come with a price: When brought to the surface, the snailfish “melted” apart. Researchers were able to preserve one, which is currently being studied further, but the effort of retrieving and storing these fish means they will likely never be as understood as more easily accessible animals, like those that live near the surface of the ocean or on land.

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The EU has voted to censure Hungary — Quartz
For the first time, the EU voted to censure a member state September 12, 2018 at 03:17PM https://ift.tt/2NAUJQu

As Hungary swings further to the right, more than two-thirds of members in the European Parliament voted on Wednesday (Sept. 12) to censure the EU member state over alleged breaches of the bloc’s core values.

In the eight years since Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban came to power, his government has introduced hardline anti-immigration laws that include criminalizing offering help to asylum seekers. (They claim doing so is tantamount to “facilitating illegal immigration.”) Among its concerns, the EU cited threats to individuals’ privacy and data protection, as well as diminishing freedoms of expression, association, and religion. Refugees and minorities are said to be particularly at risk.

Orban isn’t pleased. On Tuesday, he addressed the Parliament, denying the charges and labeling the threats a form of insulting “blackmail.” Other anti-immigration politicians around Europe have since tweeted their support, including British MEP Nigel Farage and the anti-Islam Dutch populist Geert Wilders.

A bloody shame.

Hungary is the example for all EU countries and Orban is a hero and deserves the Nobel Prize.

He closed the borders for Islamic fortune seekers. He protects his citizens against terror and defends the identity of his country.

The EU is fraud. #NEXIT https://t.co/vY9GkroFdW

— Geert Wilders (@geertwilderspvv) September 12, 2018

European Parliament votes to remove Hungary’s voting rights, the authoritarian grip of the EU gets even tighter.

— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) September 12, 2018

For now, in an effort to avoid sanctions, Hungary is subject only to so-called “preventative measures.” More drastic measures, including suspending the member state’s voting rights, can only be taken at the behest of the heads of the 28 member states.

Whatever the outcome, it’s a historic step. The EU’s Article 7, which allows the body to suspend member states over breaching the union’s founding principles, has never been triggered before.

Despite ire from the right, many have applauded the EU for sticking to its guns. “The European Parliament rightly stood up for the Hungarian people and for the EU,” Amnesty International human rights expert Berber Biala-Hettinga said in a statement. “They made it clear that human rights, the rule of law and democratic values are not up for negotiation.”

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10 days ago by leconeyc
Transnet announces company names for DCT project | Shipping
Transnet announces company names for DCT project September 12, 2018 at 03:13PM https://ift.tt/2MuVAxy

Transnet announces company names for DCT project  Logistics Update AfricaFull coverage

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Apple upgrades neural engine in iPhone XS A12 bionic chip
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