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Soup today is broccoli and cauliflower. A tad whiffy for open plan offices, but with a good stock base so pretty ta…
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Untitled (http://downloads.tor-lattimore.com/book.pdf)
Tor Lattimore and have a draft of a Bandit book up that so far has been great.
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Old-fashioned safe prompts hazmat situation in Lakeland
LAKELAND, Fla. (WFLA) - A number of roads are blocked after a hazmat situation in Lakeland, officials said.

Janel Vasallo of Lakeland Fire Department said someone bought an old-fashioned safe at a garage sale and brought it to the Wildwood Antique Mall on US-98. Vasallo said these types of safes, which were made in the 1940s, are outfitted with a chemical theft-deterrent device that can leak tear gas.

The safe is located in the parking lot inside of the person's car, Vasallo said. 

As a precaution, firefighters along with a hazmat team and the Tampa Bomb Squad are at the mall to monitor the safe and prevent any potential exposure to tear gas. 
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RT : Disappointed that coverage of sea lice on Scottish salmon farms didn't draw attention to salmon welf…
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Google: Company Name In Title Tag Is Fine
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The Worst Day Of My Life Is Now New York's Hottest Tourist Attraction
Nearly 13 years after my sister's death, a reluctant Sunday visit to the 9/11 Memorial Museum, where public spectacle and private grief have a permanent home together.
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It’s 9/11 and this is the President’s first tweet
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The funds became legal through Nevada law in 2015, but have drawn scrutiny over how they operate ever since ªªhttps://buff.ly/2oUFeor ºº

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I do not understand the Instagram timeline algorithm. There's pics on my timeline from 6 minutes ago, 20 hours ago,…
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Today is that day where I try and figure out how I cram in half a dozen upcoming product review post photos and vid…
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Since 1970 the has at least printed 21 Trillion Dollars; and injected it in to the world ec…
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Ensuite c'est forcément biaisé par mes propres intérêts, approches e…
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Chris Eckert: Privacy Not Included exhibition at San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art
Privacy Not Included presents a sensorial experience that considers how we are viewed, followed, and tracked. As technology progresses and, in conjunction, as we continue to share personal data and information, what will be the consequences of our own privacy, our right to personal space, and ultimately, our freedom? In George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984 about omnipresent surveillance and public manipulation, the author writes, “The choice for mankind lies between freedom and happiness and for the great bulk of mankind, happiness is better.” The works in the exhibition challenge us to contemplate this dilemma. They reflect the conundrum we face in our contemporary society: appreciating the joy of convenience and technology’s ability to provide us security and safety, versus negotiating between the disconcerting, constant surveillance and intrusion in our lives.
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10 days ago by terry
Introducing Azure DevOps | Blog | Microsoft Azure
Azure DevOps represents the evolution of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). VSTS users will be upgraded into Azure DevOps projects automatically. For existing users, there is no loss of functionally, simply more choice and control. The end to end traceability and integration that has been the hallmark of VSTS is all there. Azure DevOps services work great together. Today is the start of a transformation and over the next few months existing users will begin to see changes show up. What does this mean?

URLs will change from abc.visualstudio.com to dev.azure.com/abc. We will support redirects from visualstudio.com URLs so there will not be broken links.
As part of this change, the services have an updated user experience. We continue to iterate on the experience based on feedback from the preview. Today we’re enabling it by default for new customers. In the coming months we will enable it by default for existing users.
Users of the on-premises Team Foundation Server (TFS) will continue to receive updates based on features live in Azure DevOps. Starting with next version of TFS, the product will be called Azure DevOps Server and will continue to be enhanced through our normal cadence of updates.
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Our machine translation paper (with Erik de Vries and ) now online . Finding…
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Corporations: Don’t use as a means to sell your products.

Don’t do it.

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60 years ago school shootings were non existent.
60 years ago not everyone needed a therapist or a pill to fix thei…
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Toxic Flame-Retardant Ban Heads to Governor for Signature
The HBO documentary Toxic Hot Seat (2013) — a damning indictment of toxic fire-retardant chemicals in our furniture, environment and bodies (spoiler: It’s California’s fault) — ends on a triumphant note. It’s 2013 and Gov. Jerry Brown is talking, vaguely, about how “every reform needs a reform,” pledging to support regulatory updates that will end the state’s de facto fire-retardant requirement in furniture manufacturing (the original regulation, Technical Bulletin 117, was implemented during his first term in the 1970s).

Pulitzer-winning investigative reporters and the original scientists behind TB 177 handily deflate the chemical industry’s claims that its products are indispensable to fire safety. A firefighter who survived cancer — one of a disproportionate number afflicted from exposure to toxic fumes worsened by burning fire retardants — smiles and rides his bike through a slice of California sunshine. It feels like progress.
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10 days ago by dchas
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Very true. But what was Sky's larger argument? That the Beatles would have been more popular as an a cap…
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RT : twitter feed, a dramatic re-enactment:

our govt is an atrocity

our govt is an atrocity

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'I think people are individuals'. Unless you're a woman-type individual obvs.
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tensorflow/data-validation: Library for exploring and validating machine learning data
TensorFlow Data Validation is a library for exploring and validating machine learning data. tf.DataValidation is designed to be highly scalable and to work well with TensorFlow and TensorFlow Extended (TFX).

TF Data Validation includes:

Scalable calculation of summary statistics of training and test data.
Integration with a viewer for data distributions and statistics, as well as faceted comparison of pairs of features (Facets)
Automated data-schema generation to describe expectati...
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Microsoft rebrands, repositions Visual Studio Team Services as Azure DevOps | ZDNet
For those who were wondering what Microsoft would do with Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) following its purchase of GitHub earlier this year, the answer is in. Microsoft is "evolving" VSTS into a family of Azure DevOps services.
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10 days ago by andyhuey
Can We Survive the Next Financial Crisis?
A status report on the financial system, 10 years after the crisis in 2007.

Some things are better, but wages are still stagnant, and that’s a problem.

QE and low rates have boosted stock markets worldwide, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average tripling since 2008, and Germany’s DAX and Japan’s Nikkei more than doubling. But as stocks surged, wages and salaries stagnated, rising more slowly than they typically do in post-recession rebounds, exacerbating income inequality. The uneven benefits of the recovery have fueled populism in the U.S. and Europe, which is what typically happens after financial crises, as voters blame minorities or foreigners for their economic plight, according to a 2016 paper co-authored by Manuel Funke, a researcher at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy in Germany.
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10 days ago by jefframnani
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Tucker Carlson should be boycotted for plagiarism
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The Trump Rules of Life and Leadership: brand should be polarising, brand is crisis, create your own truth, accuse…
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On using paper archives to study the unrecorded sounds of the past (by Shawn Vancour)
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RT : A predictably touching tribute from the man who used September 11th to lie about the height of his building
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5 Best Practices for Extraction Laboratory Safety
Cannabis extraction has a dark history of burned-down apartment buildings, exploded cabins, toxic byproducts in extracts, and oils of questionable quality. With a maturing industry that is stepping out of the shadows and into regulatory oversight, many of those dangers will be mitigated through rules and regulations, but a large burden still lies with the extraction operator.

Operators have reduced the risk of commercial cannabis extractors burning down due to compliance and the use of proven extraction practices, but that doesn’t mean one can be lackadaisical. Ignoring extraction safety can lead to the laboratory literally exploding, making you legally liable for staff injuries and potentially dooming your professional cannabis career.

Here are five tips to help ensure that no security measure is forgotten.
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10 days ago by dchas
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A new episode of the YB2C Live! Podcast for Entrepreneurs coming soon!
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Finally cool enough for this chemo cap from ! I feel like a bumble bee! 🐝
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...it would appear that the "Contact Premier Doug Ford" website is experiencing some load issues this morning, lol.…
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Masked, I advance. - HolleringHawk65 - DCU (Comics) [Archive of Our Own]
So maybe Jason had the bright idea to use a dating app. And maybe Dick had the same bright idea. And then Dick ends up on a date with "Peter."
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In the US we eventually legislated that domestic flights have to be the sum of their legs. We're not known…
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Tuesday! Give yourself a gift today. Like a cookie! Or a book! Or the realization that you don't owe shitheads your…
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