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Marco Arment, Developer/Writer - XOXO Festival (2013) - YouTube
When we asked New York writer and programmer Marco Arment to speak at XOXO, he was still developing Instapaper and The Magazine, and Tumblr was an independent startup. Since then, he sold The Magazine to Glenn Fleishman, Instapaper to Betaworks, and Tumblr sold to Yahoo in a billion-dollar deal. One
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Cardio Has Antidepressant Effects, According To A Huge New Analysis
It's super frustrating when people tell others with depression to exercise more to feel better. But somehow, these arguments keep coming back. Turns out, this cliché is rooted in scientific links between exercise and depression that show movement is effective in symptom relief.
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The making of Shovel Knight - Polygon
The following excerpt comes from the book Shovel Knight, available now from publisher Boss Fight Books.
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Apple’s parental control filter lets children search for bombs but not sex ed - The Verge
Apple’s parental controls in iOS 12 are rather inconsistent: certain sex-related terms are blocked, but other troubling results — such as alt-right websites and support for terrorism — are allowed, sex education site O.school spotted.
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yesterday by brokenrhino
Get a glimpse of Into the Spider-verse in Post Malone’s new video with Swae Lee - The Verge
I’m sorry to direct Verge readers to a Post Malone song, but the grubby musician has made his latest music video hard to pass up: “Sunflower” is a collaboration with Swae Lee that the pair wrote and recorded to accompany Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the gorgeous upcoming animated film
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yesterday by brokenrhino
Roll your eyes all you like, but Instagram poets are redefining the genre for millennials
We millennials like our poetry typed out in neat fonts on rustic pastel backgrounds, centred in a tiny square on a small screen.
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yesterday by brokenrhino
These Adorable 'She Is Booked' Bookmarks All Support Charities For Women's Causes & You Can Get One Now
For many in the book world, it wasn't exactly a surprise when the online community of readers and authors emerged as one of the biggest advocacy groups for social and political reform after President Donald Trump's election.
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Return of the Obra Dinn review - The Verge
At first, Return of the Obra Dinn seems impossible. The latest game from Papers, Please creator Lucas Pope tasks you with solving the mystery of the titular Obra Dinn, a ship that washed up on shore in 1807, five years after it was believed to be lost at sea.
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2 days ago by brokenrhino
Tweetbot 5 for iOS Brings a Redesign, Dedicated GIPHY Support, and a New Dark Mode – MacStories
Tweetbot 5 for iOS is out with a new look that more closely resembles the latest Mac version, which was redesigned in May. Tapbots has also added a handful of additional features, some of which mirror additions to the Mac version and others of which are unique to iOS.
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2 days ago by brokenrhino
What Is The LIFT The Middle Class Act? Kamala Harris Has A Bold Tax Reform Proposal
As the latest Democratic response to last year's watershed GOP tax bill, Sen. Kamala Harris has introduced LIFT, a tax plan that she says would bolster the middle class.
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2 days ago by brokenrhino
MGoBBQ: Scallops of Vengeance | mgoblog
[Sponsor Note (via Seth): Lantana’s CEO Matt Gase is an avid MGoBlog reader and also a total hummus iconoclast. If you want to try some crazy good hummus, find the striped lids in your local grocer.
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2 days ago by brokenrhino
Tampax Menstrual Cup Just Launched & It's A Brand New Period Option
If you’ve been curious about trying a menstrual cup, but haven’t yet made the switch, you’ll be glad to know that there’s a new option for you. Tampax just launched a new menstrual cup, and it’s designed to be effective while also as comfortable as possible.
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2 days ago by brokenrhino
What's In TOMS x Disney Holiday Collection? It's The Fairest Of Them All
The TOMS x Disney Princess collab, which featured a variety of shoes and eyewear, was one of the most whimsical and delightful of Summer 2018. The mashup is back for another round so Disney diehards can whip out their wallets.
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2 days ago by brokenrhino
A 7-Year Search for Traces of Humanity Along the US-Mexico Border | WIRED
The US-Mexico border cuts through 1,954 miles of mostly rugged, inhospitable terrain; traveling between the towns along it, you rarely see other people. But the landscape is not as deserted as it seems.
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2 days ago by brokenrhino
The 5 Best Workout Shirts
When shopping around for workout shirts, you don’t want the same fabrics you'd seek out in a regular T-shirt or tank top. Your gym tops need to have certain technical features to help keep you comfortable and ensure your performance isn’t hindered.
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2 days ago by brokenrhino
The dancing Boston Dynamics robot is even scarier when set to 'SexyBack'
If you thought it was scary enough when the Boston Dynamics robot dog SpotMini danced its robot ass off to "Uptown Funk," you ain't seen nothing yet.
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2 days ago by brokenrhino
Pixelmator Pro adds Mojave dark and light themes, ML Enhance, Automator actions - 9to5Mac
Pixelmator Pro for Mac is today releasing a pretty substantial update to its image editing app. The new version adds a brand new light theme, and a revised dark theme, to align with macOS Mojave’s Light and Dark modes.
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2 days ago by brokenrhino
Humans Just Can't Stop Rear-Ending Self-Driving Cars—Let's Figure Out Why | WIRED
The self-driving car crashes that usually make the news are, unsurprisingly, either big and smashy or new and curious. The Apple that got bumped while merging into traffic. The Waymo van that got t-boned.
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2 days ago by brokenrhino
Review - Injustice 2 #36: The Next Generation - GeekDad
Ray: It’s the final regular issue of Injustice 2 (with an oversized annual still to come in November) and Tom Taylor has a tricky task this issue – balancing the poignant, quiet moments of a series finale with the setup for a big dramatic next act that plays out in a video game.
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3 days ago by brokenrhino
Why Netflix’s 'Salt Fat Acid Heat' Is A Quietly Revolutionary Celebration Of Women & Cooking
"The secret to good cooking is hiding in plain sight." That's one of the first things viewers hear host Samin Nosrat say on Salt Fat Acid Heat.
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3 days ago by brokenrhino
A neuroscientist explains the limits and possibilities of using technology to read our thoughts - The Verge
In 2007, The New York Times published an op-ed titled “This is Your Brain on Politics.” The authors imaged the brains of swing voters and, using that information, interpreted what the voters were feeling about presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
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3 days ago by brokenrhino
Ember's Temperature-Regulating Mug Just Keeps Getting Better | WIRED
Do you remember Ember? Maybe not by name, but perhaps you recall the company’s defining concept: a mug that keeps your drink at your preferred temperature, and not a degree cooler, for hours at a time. On Wednesday, it got just a little bit better.
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3 days ago by brokenrhino
The history of Red Dead Redemption - Polygon
The story of the Red Dead series, one of the biggest and most renowned in gaming, starts long before its current home at Rockstar Games.
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3 days ago by brokenrhino
College campuses are far from radical | The Outline
The 2014 right-wing fever dream of a film God’s Not Dead, a fantasy version of higher education for young adults raised on the Left Behind series, is a comic masterpiece, at least to me and my fellow college faculty.
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3 days ago by brokenrhino
JLab's new Flex Sport Wireless Headphones are a perfect fit to rock your next workout | iMore
Wireless sport headphones are nothing new, but JLab Audio's newest Flex Sport Bluetooth Headphones have a secret weapon equipped to rise above the rest.
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3 days ago by brokenrhino
'The Parachute Murder Plot' Of Emile Cilliers Is Totally Chilling
Lots of people choose to live out their biggest fears in order to overcome them. Scared of clowns? Head down the circus. Scared of swimming? Jump into the sea. Scared of heights? Jump out of a plane — one second, what? OK, you lost me there.
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3 days ago by brokenrhino
This is how Super Res Zoom on the Google Pixel 3 works
Google's latest flagships are here, and as with the previous two generations, the headline feature is the camera. Yet more computational magic has made its way into the camera on the Pixel 3 and 3 XL, including something called Super Res Zoom.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Helm Wants You to Control Your Own Data Again | WIRED
One nice thing about using web-based services is that you rarely need to take charge. You just sign up for an account, and instantly access your data from anywhere on any device without having to know how the internet works, much less how to configure a server.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
BeatsX vs. Jaybird X4: Which should you buy? | iMore
The BeatsX carry on the tradition of the bass-heavy Beats sound, which is great for some but not for others. The addition of the W1 chip does, however, mean seamless pairing with Apple devices.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Google Chromecast (2018) review - The Verge
Google didn’t say a word about its newly refreshed Chromecast onstage in New York last week. And it’s not hard to understand why: the latest Chromecast is very, very similar to the prior model. It’s still $35. The best it can do for video quality is still 1080p.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Primark Have 'Harry Potter' Themed Christmas Jumpers & I Honestly Can't Believe It Either
Set down your brooms and hold onto your robes, because Primark have only gone and outdone themselves again. You too can feel like a true member of the Weasley clan, as Primark are selling Harry Potter themed Christmas jumpers.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Monetary and fiscal policy: we don’t have a plan for the next Great Recession - Vox
In his 2003 presidential address to the American Economics Association, Robert Lucas, a distinguished practitioner of the field and a Nobel laureate, proclaimed that “macroeconomics was born as a distinct field in the 1940s, as part of the intellectual response to the Great Depression,” and t
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
How the launch of four ‘rogue’ satellites made waves in the spaceflight industry - The Verge
On January 12th, 2018, an Indian PSLV rocket took off en route to space carrying a cluster of 31 satellites into orbit. It was a successful mission: every probe deployed where it needed to be. The only problem? Four of those satellites didn’t have permission to fly from the US government.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Google Pixel 3 XL teardown reveals Samsung screen, tons of glue
Now that the Pixel 3 XL is out in the open, it was just a matter of time until someone disassembled it.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
'Starlink: Battle for Atlas' could be the next great space game
Starlink: Battle for Atlas keeps surprising me. In the few hours I've put into Starlink, I've grown to enjoy it more and more as I traverse the Atlas star system, build up communities on each planet, and conquer Legion forces. The game is a blast.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Outgoing Nextdoor CEO not amused by @bestofnextdoor - The Verge
Last week, Nextdoor co-founder and soon-to-be-former CEO Nirav Tolia took the stage with angel investor Jason Calacanis at startup event LAUNCH Scale for a morning “fireside chat” about Nextdoor and its success. It didn’t quite go how Tolia probably expected.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Microsoft Surface Pro 6 review: a familiar bet - The Verge
Microsoft’s Surface Pro has long been the flagship of the company’s increasingly diverse range of Surface hardware. It’s the tablet that can also be a laptop, and the byproduct of refinement since the original Surface RT that launched six years ago.
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 review: if it ain’t broke - The Verge
Last year, Microsoft finally did the thing that everyone was waiting for it to do: it produced a laptop.
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks publicly for the first time about its censored China search engine – TechCrunch
Commenting publicly for the first time about Google’s censored search engine for China, CEO Sundar Pichai said onstage at the WIRED 25 summit in San Francisco that the company is taking “a longer-term view” about the country.
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
Gravity Blanket vs BlanQuil: Which should you buy? | iMore
BlanQuil may seem like a Gravity Blanket clone, but it's super soft and luxurious to the touch. The quilted pattern means all pellets are uniformly distributed for the weight, and it's easy to maintain.
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
A roadmap to agriculture that’s sustainable and climate-neutral | Ars Technica
The climate crises humanity is producing due to our profligate burning of fossil fuels is happening in the face of mounting evidence that said burning was very, very bad for the Earth. Some of the problems are now officially going to come even sooner than anticipated.
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
Creating Shortcuts with Invisible Names for the iOS Home Screen and Widget – MacStories
I've spent the past two weeks updating my iPhone's home screen setup for the XS Max and, as I shared in the latest episode of AppStories, part of the process involved gaining easier access to some of the shortcuts I use on a regular basis.
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
Netflix now accounts for 15 percent of all traffic on the internet | The Outline
One of the tricky things about businesses operating mostly online is that it can be hard to get a true sense of their scope. After all, it’s not like these entities are stores that you can go to and see how many people are shopping there.
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
Make your own phone with MakerPhone (some soldering required) – TechCrunch
There’s no shortage of interesting electronics kits out there to occupy an idle Sunday, but with this one you get a phone out of the bargain.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
Robert Mueller Has Already Told You Everything You Need To Know | WIRED
With the exception of President Trump’s legal team, no one has been watching the Mueller investigation more closely than Garrett Graff.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
Behold, the national emojis of Finland | The Outline
Finland, a nation known for its freezing weather, arch pleasantness, and producing the creator of Linux, has created a set of national emojis with the intent of teaching people that Finland actually has a bunch of shit going on these days.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
Adobe launches Premiere Rush CC, a video-editing app made for YouTubers - The Verge
If you’re ready to graduate from iMovie and dip your toes in the video-editing world, Adobe’s newest app is tailor-made for upping your YouTube game. Premiere Rush CC is available today on desktop and iOS, with Android support coming later in 2019.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
‘Dancing Queen’ review: Alyssa Edwards’ new Netflix show has just the right amount of drama | The Outline
Justin Johnson, styled in a flurry of denim and sparkles, shoots through the halls of an auditorium where his Beyond Belief Dance studio students are performing as part of a competition. “I’m gonna have to bust a Blue’s Clues on this,” he says.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Funko's Harry Potter Advent Calendar Is Full Of 24 Magical Figurines
Well, fellow nerds, prepare for your bank account to start sweating more than any authority figure when a Weasley twin enters a room.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House is a slow-burn family nightmare - Vox
Netflix’s new adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House is far from a familiar version of a well-known tale.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Spotify’s Most Streamed Songs Of All Time Is A Playlist Of Pure Bops
If you’re looking to put together a playlist of bops, perhaps you should start with the recently released list of Spotify’s most streamed songs of all time. The songs that cracked the top ten will likely be little surprise to anyone who’s even remotely familiar with pop music.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Doc charged with involuntary manslaughter in Flint crisis wins top health award | Ars Technica
Health officials in Michigan this week honored Dr. Eden Wells with the state’s top award for an eminent career in public health—despite that Wells is currently facing several charges in connection with the Flint water crisis, including involuntary manslaughter.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Amazon has adorable, vintage-looking Coleman coolers on sale
Amazon has the cutest, vintage-looking coolers from Coleman on sale, some colors for up to $98 off.  You're about to be a real happy camper. Literally. Though they look like they're straight out of Mad Men, don't judge a cooler by its retro colors.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Photo app Luminar introduces AI Sky Enhancer to quickly and easily edit skies with a slider - 9to5Mac
Luminar for Mac is today getting a significant update that makes editing photos within the app much improved and easier than before. The headlining feature of this update is called AI Sky Enhancer.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Netflix’s Apostle takes The Wicker Man to a radical new level - The Verge
Welcome to Cheat Sheet, our brief breakdown-style reviews of festival films, VR previews, and other special event releases. This review comes from Fantastic Fest.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Sexy Power Rangers-Inspired Costumes Exists Now — Yes, Really
The internet is a weird place sometimes. From low-key body shaming Dad Bod fanny packs to sheet masks that look like princess faces, there are some strange things out there.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
11 YA Books Like 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' To Read If You Need More Teen Witch Vibes
The creators of CW's Riverdale are taking their creepy comic book reimaginings to Netflix with The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, which will be available to stream on Oct. 26.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Tap your tunes into creation with the Roli Beatmaker Kit for iOS devices and MacOS | iMore
Aspiring music makers now have yet another way to bring their melodic ideas to life. Roli's Beatmaker Kit is comprised of its Lightpad Block M wireless controller and Loop Block, and is set to hit store shelves later this month on October 16.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Tailgater's Guide to Ann Arbor | mgoblog
What this is: This article is meant to be a living reference for anyone planning to tailgate for a Michigan football game. Please add your own suggestions in the comments and I will edit the main body at intervals.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
Who the hell cares what old people think about climate change? | The Outline
So the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has confirmed what we’ve all basically felt in that queasy region of our gut for years: the climate is changing at a cracking pace, and we’ve got basically a decade to make radical changes to our global economic system in order to avoid the worst
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
Why So Many Fantasy Novels Are Obsessed With Academia | WIRED
The best fantasy debut of 2018 has a problem. It was also the best fantasy debut of 2009. And 2007. And 1997, 1985, 1982, and 1968. Authors change; the story stays the same. In the darkness a child is born. The child suffers, but he has mysterious power.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
J.K Rowling Explained Her Quidditch Scoring System & You'll Think About The Wizard Sport In A Whole New Way
Not only is J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series one of the most enduring literary creations of all time, but many aspects of her world-building have become ubiquitous pop culture references, too.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
Planned Parenthood's Plan To Protect Abortion Rights Prepares For A Future Without Roe V. Wade
With Brett Kavanaugh now filling a seat on the Supreme Court bench, reproductive rights advocates are more worried than ever that SCOTUS will chip away at Roe v. Wade.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
13 Chilling YA Books Like 'Riverdale' To Read In Between Watching New Episodes
Before the Riverdale TV show premiered on The CW back in Jan. 2017, I assumed that the show would be an updated take on the wholesome, classic, earnest Archie comics series that began in 1939. Let's just say: I was very, very wrong about that.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
Stephen Miller's third grade teacher said he was a 'loner,' ate glue
Stephen Miller's third grade teacher, Nikki Fiske, threw massive shade at the senior political adviser in an essay published by the Hollywood Reporter on Thursday. It's probably best thing you'll read today. In the essay, Fiske described eight-year-old Miller  as a "loner" who "ate glue.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
Deliciously spooky Pet Sematary trailer will give you the chills | Ars Technica
Horror novelist Stephen King is having a cultural moment with various film and TV projects. The latest is Pet Sematary, coming next year from Paramount Pictures.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
The saga of the barefoot runner, a local Facebook group, and some acorns
Local Facebook really is something else. Here's the saga of the barefoot runner and "I Love NE Minneapolis." You might want to sit down for this.  Someone suggested running with a leaf blower. Another suggested running with squirrels.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
This incredible, inkless pen is on sale for less than $30
You may not be a massively famous, universally beloved celebrity, but that doesn't mean you can't hand out autographs. To maximize your efficiency, you're going to need a writing instrument that won't run out of ink — something like the Omega AXL Inkless Pen.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
Google Wallpapers adds dozens of new wallpapers
Google's official Wallpapers app doesn't get new version releases frequently, but that doesn't stop the content inside it from being updated on the server side. That's the case today, as dozens of new wallpapers have landed in multiple categories.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
New Mars rover gets high-tech paint job for harsh conditions on Mars | Ars Technica
John Campanella does all kinds of custom paint jobs in his spare time, airbrushing designs on cars, semis, motorcycles, and guitars.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
How to make an animated GIF with Photoshop - The Verge
GIFs are pretty much an inescapable form of internet communication now, and it’s never been easier to make your own.
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9 days ago by brokenrhino
How Hurricane Michael became catastrophically strong overnight - The Verge
After intensifying overnight, Hurricane Michael is now pummeling the Florida Panhandle as a Category 4 storm — the strongest hurricane on record to ever strike the region.
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10 days ago by brokenrhino
Millennial homeownership: why young people don’t buy houses - Vox
I spend more time than I would like to admit looking at real estate listings online. I recently found a nice townhouse in my neighborhood that costs 25 times my annual salary, which is honestly a better deal than most other places in the surrounding area.
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10 days ago by brokenrhino
Luna Display turns your iPad into a second Mac display, now available after Kickstarter campaign - 9to5Mac
After a highly successful Kickstarter campaign, Astro HQ has now made its Luna Display that transforms iPads into a second display for your Mac available to all consumers. Astro HQ announced the news today in a press release.
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10 days ago by brokenrhino
There’s a new report on SLS rocket management, and it’s pretty brutal | Ars Technica
Boeing has been building the core stage of NASA's Space Launch System rocket for the better part of this decade, and the process has not always gone smoothly, with significant overruns and multiyear delays.
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10 days ago by brokenrhino
Here is Beto O'Rourke petting a large, soft rabbit
During a campaign stop on Wednesday, Texas Senate candidate and hot person Beto O'Rourke paused to pet a soft rabbit. I know what you're thinking: Oh my god!
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10 days ago by brokenrhino
The Dragon Prince creators say no one has found some of season 1’s secrets - The Verge
Modern TV show creators have to worry about more than good writing, believable characters, and visual style. Online audiences expect to dig into their stories and enjoy analyzing them, almost as if they were games to be won.
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10 days ago by brokenrhino
Apple Frames: A Shortcut for Framing Screenshots from Every Apple Device – MacStories
When I published my iPhone XS Frames shortcut two weeks ago, I noted that my goal was to eventually support screenshots and device templates from other Apple devices, starting with the Apple Watch and MacBook Pro.
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10 days ago by brokenrhino
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