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How I changed the law with a GitHub pull request | Ars Technica
Recently, I found a typo in the District of Columbia’s legal code and corrected it using GitHub. My feat highlights the groundbreaking way the District manages its legal code.
github  law  usa  arstechnica  on:arstechnica.com  2018-11 
14 days ago by xr
Large genetic study finds first genes connected with ADHD | Ars Technica
“That overlap is precisely what Demontis and her colleagues found with ADHD. There were correlations between the genetic risk for ADHD and a range of other conditions, including depression and anorexia. That ties in with the idea that genetic variation might be important in a way that plays out system-wide. Some of the genes they identified are also known to be involved in other neurological conditions, including speech and learning disabilities, depression, and schizophrenia.”
adhd  arstechnica  dna  genes  2018 
16 days ago by handcoding
Sorry Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook isn’t a “positive force”
Facebook makes users depressed, and Facebook posts helped fuel ethnic cleansing.
facebook  arstechnica 
21 days ago by robward
Why millions of lasers on a chip could be the future of lidar | Ars Technica
Ouster's single-chip vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) technology vs. Velodyne's spinning lidar array.
lidar  technology  hardware  sdv  imaging  lasers  arstechnica  cars 
5 weeks ago by geephroh

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