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Not Even Republicans Are Thrilled With Senate Health Care Bill - Rolling Stone
The Senate was once hailed as the world's most deliberative body – where lawmakers are elected for six-year terms in order to give them space from their voters so they can weigh policy and engage their 99 counterparts in serious debate while delicately crafting the laws that guide the rest of us. via Pocket
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Medical Marijuana: How Six Senators are Leading the Fight - Rolling Stone
The United States Senate is an intentionally slow moving body when it comes to passing laws, but the nation's upper legislative chamber is even slower when it comes to catching up with the popular will of the American people. via Pocket
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Taibbi: The NBA Draft Decoded - Rolling Stone
Years ago, in the pages of Men's Journal, I confessed to a psychotic obsession with the NFL draft. I dreamed of leaving journalism and being allowed to turn around a wayward team like the Jacksonville Jaguars using ideas like, "Always pick the guy who falls in the draft after a positive weed test. via Pocket
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Spy or Diplomat? Meet Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, the Most Radioactive Man in Washington
The meeting was apparently jovial—though we have to take the Russians’ word for it. On May 10, Donald Trump received Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Sergey Kislyak, Moscow’s ambassador to the United States, in the Oval Office. via Pocket
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How to Have Your Dream Vacation in Iceland
Writer Taffy Brodesser-Akner headed to Iceland in search of puffins and peace. Along the way she encountered different versions of the land of fire and ice. via Pocket
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To Change Your Strategy, First Change How You Think
To Change Your Strategy, First Change How You Think via Instapaper http://bit.ly/2t0m04n
Tim Evans for HBR It seems that everyone these days is looking for a disruptive business model. But a business model is only one part of the equation. Equally…
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Your vitamin D tests and supplements are probably a waste of money - Vox
At some point in the past decade, screening blood for vitamin D levels became a routine part of medical care. Feeling a little low this winter? Get a vitamin D test. Think you didn't get enough sun last summer? Check your vitamin D levels. via Pocket
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The Race to Solar-Power Africa | The New Yorker
The cacao-farming community of Daban, in Ghana, is seven degrees north of the equator, and it’s always hot. In May, I met with several elders there to talk about the electricity that had come to the town a few months earlier, when an American startup installed a solar microgrid nearby. via Pocket
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The Three Horizons of innovation and culture change
The Three Horizons of innovation and culture change via Instapaper http://bit.ly/2rWjZXd
In the autumn of 2009, I was invited to join the International Futures Forum ( IFF ) as one of a small group of ‘next generation’ members. The IFF is an…
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notes/Gathering-weak-npm-credentials.md at master · ChALkeR/notes · GitHub
Gathering weak npm credentials via Instapaper http://ift.tt/2rWimUI In this post, I speak about three ways of gathering credentials — bruteforce attack, known accounts leaks from other sources (not npm), and npm credentials…
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Chiropractors are bullshit | The Outline
The first time I dealt with a chiropractor was in 1999 at a mall kiosk, which seemed like an odd place to encounter a medical professional. I was a teenager working a few storefronts down selling butterfly clips, and I made the mistake of looking at one of the kiosk’s spinal models. via Pocket
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The Doctor Is In. Co-Pay? $40,000. - The New York Times
The Doctor Is In. Co-Pay? $40,000. via Instapaper http://nyti.ms/2sYDVbU
Chris B. Murray SAN FRANCISCO — When John Battelle’s teenage son broke his leg at a suburban soccer game, naturally the first call his parents made was to 911.…
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