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Opinion | The Pedestrian Strikes Back - The New York Times
Officials in several countries are getting the message: Cities are about people, not cars.
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1 hour ago by noiseguy
Opinion | Brexit: The Most Boring Important Story in the World - The New York Times
Nothing ever changes. The details are mind-numbing. And it will all determine the future of the country.
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1 hour ago by noiseguy
Opinion | Is Environmentalism Just for Rich People? - The New York Times
Sometimes it can seem as if only the privileged support the cause. But the truth is more complicated.
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1 hour ago by noiseguy
7 bad excuses for not using TypeScript – LogRocket
GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets.
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11 hours ago by HusseinMorsy
Apple Will Update iPhones in China to Avoid a Ban on Sales - The New York Times
Apple said it would update the software of iPhones in China to try to resolve a legal dispute that threatens to stop the company from selling older iPhones in the country. Apple and its longtime chip supplier, Qualcomm, have been fighting in court over Apple’s use of Qualcomm’s technology.
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The Week in Tech: Sundar Pichai Has a Chat With Congress - The New York Times
Each week, technology reporters and columnists from The New York Times review the week’s news, offering analysis and maybe a joke or two about the most important developments in the tech industry. Hello, dear readers.
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Facebook Says Bug Opened Access to Private Photos - The New York Times
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook announced on Friday that it had discovered a bug that allowed outsiders access to private photos, potentially affecting some 6.8 million people who use the service. The announcement is the latest in a string of problems the social network has had with consumer data.
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After Yellow Vests Come Off, Activists in France Use Facebook to Protest and Plan - The New York Times
PARIS — Last Saturday, Thomas Mirallès donned a yellow vest in his hometown in southern France and headed out to protest President Emmanuel Macron and high taxes. Afterward, he and other demonstrators around the country returned home, just as they had done every weekend for the past month.
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2 days ago by odelano
Dans les écoles françaises, la leçon du jour : à quel tweet se fier ? - The New York Times
VAULX-EN-VELIN, France — Ce mercredi-là au collège Henri Barbusse, près de Lyon, les adolescents de la 3ème G s’apprêtent à assister à un cours un peu particulier. Au tableau sont affichés cinq tweets. La question posée aux élèves : lesquels sont fiables, lesquels sont suspects?
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2 days ago by odelano
Chase for Talent Pushes Tech Giants Far Beyond West Coast - The New York Times
SAN FRANCISCO — This generation’s biggest technology companies — including Apple, Amazon and Google — have long been tied to their hometowns. Now these giants are increasingly outgrowing their West Coast roots.
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2 days ago by odelano
How YouTube’s Year-in-Review ‘Rewind’ Video Set Off a Civil War - The New York Times
You might guess that a surefire way to make a hit video on YouTube would be to gather a bunch of YouTube megastars, film them riffing on some of the year’s most popular YouTube themes and release it as a year-in-review spectacular. You would be wrong.
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2 days ago by odelano
In France, School Lessons Ask: Which Twitter Post Should You Trust? - The New York Times
VAULX-EN-VELIN, France — A group of teenagers recently swarmed into a room at Collège Henri Barbusse near Lyon, France, for a class typically dedicated to learning Spanish. But on that Wednesday, an unusual lesson awaited them. Five posts from Twitter were up on the board.
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3 days ago by odelano
Apple to Add $1 Billion Texas Campus and Thousands of Jobs Across U.S. - The New York Times
Apple said on Thursday that it would expand its operations in Austin, Tex., with a new $1 billion campus on the north side of the city that would nearly double the size of the company’s current 6,000-employee work force in the area.
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