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Giuliani’s answer to Bob Woodward’s book is that Woodward didn’t find proof of collusion. Someone should tell him t…
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This squirrel feels right at home on a .
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are 37-4 (.902) in their last 41 games with at least 1 HR. BOS owns highest win percentage in this sea…
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Again, I found it sexist to both women. Ms. Osaka was playing the match of a lifetime and making history. That prec…
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10 days ago by girma
The Missed Opportunity of Shelf Apps on iOS
With iOS 12 right around the corner, I'm feeling a little let down by the variety and power of "shelf" apps on iOS 11. Apple provided us with a new model to move data between apps and it was a great start. One of my favorite features of drag and drop was support for accessing the deeper content types of an object. Within the first month of iOS 11 I had six different apps for stashing little objects. But the enthusiasm dried up just as quickly.
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"You owe me an apology!"

Serena was fired up with the official in the final set of the US Open final.
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"You owe me an apology!"

Serena was fired up with the official in the final set of the US Open final.
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10 days ago by andriak
storefront-blocks - pootlepress
Storefront blocks is a plugin that lets you create beautiful showcases for your WooCommerce products.
It's incredibly simple to use and highly customizable.
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The world just got a full taste of black womanhood.

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The world just got a full taste of black womanhood.

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The world just got a full taste of black womanhood.

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The world just got a full taste of black womanhood.

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The world just got a full taste of black womanhood.

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The world just got a full taste of black womanhood.

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If you need another reason to feel contempt Rob Schneider, sending hate mobs after women certainly trumps his risib…
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If you need another reason to feel contempt Rob Schneider, sending hate mobs after women certainly trumps his risib…
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10 days ago by kevinmarks
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RT : A *huge gasp*- why? have mentioned this sort of thing a few times ...
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10 days ago by sarcas
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That is insufficient. And frankly, not only can you not justify limiting…
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I think Serena was right about the ump, but also, she let her general frustrations bubble over in a way she hasn’t…
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i had cooper take a picture of me hover handing rika but i hate everyone on this website so im not sharing it i jus…
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Jag kallar denna installation. Dagen efter valet 2018.
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Silicon Valley Jumps Into the Fitness Business, and It Will Cost You - The New York Times
Paul Wright, a smiling, impeccably jacked personal trainer, stared at me from the large screen mounted to the wall. He was waiting for me to start my next set of biceps curls. The screen was part of a new weight-lifting machine from Tonal, a San Francisco start-up. via Pocket
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The cult of WeWork | Insight | Property Week
Watching Adam Neumann, the billionaire co-founder of WeWork, address the crowd at the co-working company’s annual three-day Summer Camp is a bizarre experience. via Pocket
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In Nepal, a travel insurance scam is corroding the tourism industry, sucking huge sums of money from insurance comp…
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Project to demonstrate hydrogen production using IMSR - World Nuclear News
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Dressed for thrills - The Globe and Mail
Background on the Board Meeting from The Globe and Mail:
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“Can we do it in bed?” Cher asked, smiling slyly in her sprawling hotel suite on a sultry August night. Who would s…
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You know that Indie Landfill band that are playing at the Grand Final. Sack 'em off, get these guys...
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10 days ago by Caramboo
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Research debunking upward mobility suggests that people are far more likely to hold high-status and -paying occupations if their parents did. https://t.co/v09zeKV6QU

— Parsing Science (@ParsingScience) September 8, 2018
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Two of Samsung's livelier mid-range devices reach the US
Two of Samsung's livelier mid-range devices reach the US https://ift.tt/2wYdCDf Prospective https://ift.tt/2MWyXH7 September 9, 2018 at 12:06AM

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Competition among mid-range mobile devices hasn't been particularly fierce in the US as of late. Outside of value-for-money phones like the Moto G6, the focus has remained squarely on premium gear. Samsung might just spice things up a bit with its latest additions, however. It's launching the latest versions of two mid-tier gadgets, the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy Tab A, in the US. While neither will make you think twice about picking up a Note 9, they aren't just the usual watered-down devices -- the A6 in particular (above) might raise an eyebrow.

The so-so 1.6GHz Exynos 7884 chip, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage and Android 8.0 Oreo won't blow you away (seriously, Samsung, new devices should be running at least 8.1 by now). However, you do get a tall 5.6-inch 1,480 x 720 display and a hefty 3,000mAh battery that could last all day with this kind of hardware. And the cameras are unusually potent for this class. You're looking at a 16-megapixel rear shooter with a bright f/1.7 aperture, while the 16MP front cam's f/1.9 aperture promises solid selfies.

As for the Galaxy Tab A (below)? The 10.5-inch slate is using a modest 1.8GHz Snapdragon 450 chip, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. This might not replace a laptop. However, its 1,920 x 1,200 display and 7,300mAh battery could make it a competent choice for a portable Netflix viewer.

Both devices launch stateside through Samsung on September 14th at fairly alluring prices -- you're looking at $360 for an unlocked Galaxy A6 (it'll reach carriers later), and $330 for the Galaxy Tab A. While they might not be immediate attention-getters, they could serve as a much-needed middle ground between pokey entry-level gear and the top-flight hardware that's frequently overkill for everyday users.

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10 days ago by SergioWerner
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In the case of being gay, they simply don’t affect you in any way. What…
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Not only are universities suffering from cost disease, and not investing in innovation in effective online learning…
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the umpire owes Serena an apology 100% but Osaka played such an unbelievable tournament, I want this victory to be…
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WTF Do you remember when you joined Twitter? I do!
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The Ocean Cleanup's first cleanup system, System 001, is now on route into the Pacific Ocean. Follow our progress o…
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Old iPhone wouldn't charge. Started researching incredibly elaborate DIY lightning port replacement fixes. Stumbled…
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Home Screens - Marina Epelman — MacSparky
Marina Epelman is a professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering at the University of Michigan, specializing in theory and applications of mathematical optimization (professional twitter), homepage. In her copious spare time, she eagerly follows Apple and the Boston Red Sox (personal twitter). I’ve got to know Marina over the years as we’ve spent time together at many Mac-related conferences. She always blushes when I introduce her as my brilliant math professor friend … but it’s true. So Marina, show us your home screen.
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10 days ago by rgl7194
the greatest act of love - youaremarvelous - Voltron: Legendary Defender [Archive of Our Own]
James hates Keith. He hates that he’d ever entertained the notion that they could be something more than each other’s outlet.

He hates that he’d never gotten the chance.

He’s got it bad. He doesn’t need anyone to tell him, but Kinkade does in the showers that night. Not with words, but with the judgmental arch of his eyebrows when James leans down to pull off his socks and accidentally presses his bare ass against Keith’s. Any embarrassment he’s ever felt towards public nudity has been long-buried beneath the struggle to defend the earth and what that necessitates, but, as it turns out, an accidental moon landing with his misguided past crush turned sexual awakening is the limit to James’ composure.

Rizavi will later report that she heard his shriek from the women’s showers. She’s never one to lose an opportunity to rib him, but secretly James believes her. Before that moment, he wasn’t aware his voice was capable of reaching that high an octave.

“I guess that’s why they tell you not to drop the soap,” the Holt boy comments. “You peeled out so fast I think you left skid marks.”
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10 days ago by thirteenhours
Google Database
A place you can get data from google?
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10 days ago by megmcmahon
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Our cover photo is The Right Rev Susan Brown, moderator of the Church of Scotland who will be leading our service t…
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WAVESTONE : division par quatre du pair de laction | Zone bourse
WAVESTONE : division par quatre du pair de l'action

WAVESTONE : division par quatre du pair de l'action  Zonebourse.com

Division par 4 du pair de l'action Wavestone et changement du code ...  Actusnews.com (Communiqué de presse)

Wavestone : va diviser son nominal par 4  Bourse DirectFull coverage

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10 days ago by SergioWerner
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Home run for Xander Bogaerts came on a 94.8 MPH two-seam fastball from starter Charlie Morton. Meas…
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10 days ago by rdr
How to Change Minds: Blaise Pascal on the Art of Persuasion – Brain Pickings
If it weren’t for the “backfire effect” — the strange psychological phenomenon behind our propensity for self-righteousness — changing people’s minds wouldn’t be such an uncomfortable luxury. via Pocket
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