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RT : old twitter drama: the trust fund marxist isn't friends w/ the person that harasses 16 year olds cuz they had a fig…
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10 days ago by marks
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Sea Of Solitude looks incredible
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10 days ago by evanwalsh
Debian 9 Without Systemd: Devuan GNU+Linux 2.0 Released By "Veteran Unix Admins"
Debian 9 Without Systemd: Devuan GNU Linux 2.0 Released By "Veteran Unix Admins"
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10 days ago by geeknik
IFIC Food & Health survey shows significant shift in consumer attitudes towards sugar, carbs
Eating sugar makes you fat. Eating fat? Not so much. Seems people are finally getting the idea in sugar at least.
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10 days ago by phoneboy
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Or;

Sperm whales a late tracking the idiots who are stealing their fish.
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10 days ago by patrickneville
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We have a stellar crew lined up for canvassing tomorrow! Want to join us? Let me know! If you can't make it this ti…
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10 days ago by andriak
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I quite like my life, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't miss the old days of playing WoW and chatting nonsense wi…
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10 days ago by node
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A party that refuses to recognize humans as equals isn't a "dream team, today's vote was just RFRA 2.0
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Jag är ledsen; om du uppskattar mitt twittrande, men bara ger dig tillkänna när det gäller nån liten petitess du st…
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10 days ago by meijlinder
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This is why we need single-payer insurance. It’s time to cut out that very expensive and unfair middleman called th…
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10 days ago by kamal
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If Trump Pardons Manafort:

- He still likely loses most of his assets

- He can’t plead the 5th and has to testify…
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10 days ago by kohlmannj
If We're Lucky, This Innovation Will Nuke Climate Change Scaremongering
A team of scientists at Harvard University and a company called Carbon Engineering announced this week that they’ve figured out a low-cost, industrial-scale method of pulling carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.
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10 days ago by fairyrevel
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When you spend all day promoting but he is nowhere to be seen the following day.
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I'm going to be speaking at in Toronto at their *no slides* conference- I'll be building and animatin…
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I'm going to be speaking at in Toronto at their *no slides* conference- I'll be building and animatin…
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I was reading old tweets and I still think this joke about comparing THE MUPPET SHOW to WESTWORLD should've gotten…
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10 days ago by mattsaler
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Picked up a basil plant from the farmers market. The guy told me how to keep it alive so we’ll see how well I do, l…
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10 days ago by kohlmannj
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Ich weiß nicht was ich am Schlimmsten finde
1. Dass ich die Werbung bekomme
2. Dass sie einen abgeschnittenen Twitt…
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10 days ago by reinhard_codes
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Favorite tweet:

How to get started with digital art pic.twitter.com/AyqQafaJll

— The Verge (@verge) June 9, 2018
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10 days ago by chetan
‘I’m proud of my enemies:’ Excerpts from a Post interview with George Soros - The Washington Post
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"I’m proud of my enemies:" Excerpts from a Post interview with George Soros https://t.co/XdMgdVaPxt

— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) June 9, 2018
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10 days ago by chetan
Trump Knows Pardons and Commutations Like Alice Marie Jones Make for Good TV
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"...the President ought not to have the power of pardoning because he may frequently pardon crimes which were advised by himself. It may happen at some future day, that he will establish a monarchy and destroy the republic." -George Mason via @SykesCharlie https://t.co/6rP23ZHcmN

— Evan McMullin (@Evan_McMullin) June 9, 2018
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10 days ago by chetan
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Macron crushing Trump's stubby hairless hand proves my theory that Macron is seriously fucking with Trump, and it's kind of awesome. pic.twitter.com/qQsGrgwdgt

— Bob Cesca (@bobcesca_go) June 9, 2018
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10 days ago by chetan
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ok but I am unclear on where the noodles are coming from
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10 days ago by burritojustice
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minua saa haukkua, ja usein siihen aihettakin. siksi tykkään puoluekokouksista. suosikkini on :

”luen jut…
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10 days ago by samin
'Madden' returns to PC this fall
'Madden' returns to PC this fall https://ift.tt/2Mf3Oe3 Prospective https://ift.tt/2sOpN2C June 9, 2018 at 08:36PM

EA

With Madden 18, EA introduced "Longshot," which brought a story mode to the popular football franchise. This year, the big news (at least for right now) is that the game will return to PC when it's annual installment arrives this fall. This is the first time you've had that option in about 10 years. So far at E3 2018, EA hasn't gone into a ton of detail about the other changes we'll see in Madden 19 -- like if that story mode will return -- but we're sure to hear more soon.

Developing...

Follow all the latest news from E3 2018 here!

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10 days ago by SergioWerner
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OnePlus 6 vulnerability could allow anyone with physical access full control of your phone
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10 days ago by girma
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I don’t mind hearing from Art Pope. But I won’t read any of the influencers series until they have panel…
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10 days ago by andriak
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IFIC Food & Health survey shows significant shift in consumer attitudes towards sugar, carbs

Eating sugar makes yo…
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10 days ago by phoneboy
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i should have got the best comic book i have ever seen in my entire life:
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10 days ago by kukkurovaca
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80's music playing in the background... last weeks cover pic gave me ideas yall
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10 days ago by glowdrops
Homer A. Neal, Leader in Physics Who Explored Matter, Dies at 75
Dr. Homer A. Neal, a physicist who helped shape education for physics undergraduates nationwide and led teams that took part in the hunt for the fundamental…
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10 days ago by kohlmannj
Anthony Bourdain and the Power of Telling the Truth | The New Yorker
Anthony Bourdain and the Power of Telling the Truth, Photograph by Vladimir Weinstein / BFA / Shutterstock I have long maintained a theory that Anthony Bourdain —who died on Friday, at the age of sixty-one, of an…, via Instapaper
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Are.na / Blog – Towards A Library Without Walls
"Collaboration has also become key to the way we conceive associative indexing on today’s version of the Internet, which could not have been anticipated by Bush at today’s scale. In “As We May Think,” Bush does acknowledge the possibility of sharing links generated by the Memex in the example of a researcher reproducing a trail on the Turkish bow for inclusion in a colleague’s “more general” trail.6 However, the scale of a hypertextual tool such as Are.na, which has over 20,000 users, far exceeds the one-to-one exchange Bush envisioned for his Memex, with significant implications for associative indexing. This phenomenon has its own neologism, “crowdsourcing,” wherein large numbers of users, most typically through the Internet, contribute to an information platform, as seen widely from commercial endeavors such as Google-owned Waze to non-profit projects such as Wikipedia. The relative advantages and disadvantages of crowdsourcing for knowledge production are the subject of much literature but could be briefly alluded to here in terms of diversity of material, collective intelligence, increased scale, and lack of consolidated control. But at its most promising, crowdsourcing creates the potential for rich communities that can form around information sharing, as is well articulated by Paul Duguid and John Seely Brown writing on the social life of information:
“[D]ocuments do not merely carry information, they help make it, structure it, and validate it. More intriguing, perhaps, documents also help structure society, enabling social groups to form, develop, and maintain a sense of shared identity. Viewing documents as mere information carriers overlooks this social role.”7
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"Considering the ways in which Are.na operates within a community of artists and culturally-engaged individuals, contrasting Are.na with Bush’s Memex highlights the importance of conceiving how knowledge forms, knowledge tools, and knowledge communities all interplay with one another. By acknowledging other forms of knowledge beyond the scientific and better understanding the role sociality plays in our contemporary experience of information, we can better define what constitutes information and how best to describe, classify, organize, and make it accessible as librarians. Rather than prioritizing static information, fixed organization, and solitary experiences as the conventional library environment is known to do, those of us who work in LIS can adopt the more boundless strategies that we encounter in hypertextual tools such as Are.na for the benefit of the communities that we serve, essentially working towards becoming a library without the brick walls that Lampland and Star refer to in regards to infrastructure that fails to serve user needs. Parallel to thinking about what Are.na might mean for librarianship, we can look to extant projects such as the Prelinger Library and the Sitterwerk’s Kunstbibliothek, whose methods for organizing their material also exist as an alternative to more traditionally-organized libraries.

So to expand on Sam’s question and its inverse: What could a reference interview that uses Are.na look like? What would happen if books in an OPAC were nodes that could be linked by users? And what if the discovery tools we design actually encouraged research that is social, elusive, and nonlinear?"
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RT : Honduran father, distraught when US agents use physical force to pull his 3 year old son from his arms as he & wife…
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10 days ago by theory
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This is about as /r/AccidentalRenaissance as it gets. There are so many amazing things happening in this photo.
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10 days ago by kohlmannj
Tesla might have achieved battery energy density and cost breakthroughs | Electrek
<<One of the automaker’s most important goal is to achieve a battery pack cost of $100 per kWh. At that cost, the battery pack isn’t a bottleneck to achieve price parity with gas-powered cars, which would make any of Tesla’s vehicles even more competitive. Such an improvement in volumetric energy density would mean that Tesla could, for example, fit 130 kWh of energy capacity in its current Model S and Model X 100 kWh battery packs and push the range of those vehicles over 400 miles on a single charge.>>
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10 days ago by jikatu
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Epic “Ring Around the Bay-sie” public-transit excursion, planned by a group of 10- to 12-year-olds, with a little h…
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RT : 70 years ago today, President Truman called The Spokesman-Review in Spokane one of the two worst newspapers in the…
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10 days ago by ryanpitts
Spring Fu - Kotlin micro-framework for lightweight Spring-powered applications with functional APIs
An experimental Kotlin micro-framework that makes it easy to create lightweight Spring-powered applications with functional APIs instead of annotations.
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10 days ago by liqweed
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RT : That’s not “stealing”.
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