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Netflix announces its first Mark Millar titles - The Verge
It’s been widely reported that Netflix plans to spend a staggering $8 billion on its content this year, with the company’s chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, saying that a full 85 percent of that spend will be on original offerings.
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14 hours ago by brokenrhino
No Man’s Sky Next trailer shows off multiplayer, space fleets and more - Polygon
Hello Games will release a major update for No Man’s Sky next week that it calls No Man’s Sky “Next.
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17 hours ago by brokenrhino
Google builds its own subsea cable from the US to France – TechCrunch
Google, like all major internet companies, often participates in building new subsea cables because it wants to own the connectivity between its data centers around the world. Those cables are typically built and owned by a consortium of companies (and sometimes shared by competitors).
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17 hours ago by brokenrhino
The best headphones deals of Amazon Prime Day - The Verge
Welcome to Good Deals, a Verge-approved roundup of the best tech deals, in partnership with Vox Media's commerce team. Finding cheap headphones is easy enough, but the best ones are those that also sound good for the bargain.
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18 hours ago by brokenrhino
Sacha Baron Cohen's Fake Conspiracy Site Is Fully Post-Parody | WIRED
The first episode of Sacha Baron Cohen’s new show Who Is America? hit Showtime over the weekend, and it makes for 30 minutes of brutally uncomfortable viewing. It opens with Cohen, disguised as Dr. Billy W. Ruddick, publisher of Truthbrary.org, interviewing Bernie Sanders about Obamacare.
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18 hours ago by brokenrhino
Nathan Fillion stars as Nathan Drake in what might be film’s only good video game adaptation - The Verge
Nathan Drake has finally made it to the big(ish) screen, compliments of the Canadian director Allan Ungar and Nathan Fillion.
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yesterday by brokenrhino
Three apps we’re trying this week: July 16, 2018 – The Sweet Setup
There are many apps that grace the Mac and iOS App Stores that simply don’t get enough attention or admiration. Sometimes an app is so good at what it does, it becomes the default app for the task and is rarely questioned.
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yesterday by brokenrhino
'Copyright's True Purpose Is Dead, It Never Existed' - TorrentFreak
According to the US Constitution, copyrights exist to "promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts." It's meant to facilitate and encourage artists to create content, which the public can enjoy.
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yesterday by brokenrhino
Page not found | Crooked Media
The ACLU is organizing grassroots volunteers across the country to resist the Trump administration’s attacks on our civil liberties. Help flip state legislatures and governors’ seats from red to blue.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Pusha T’s ‘heir’ app lets users vote on hip-hop tracks
Pusha T is making moves in the tech world, announcing a new app he's working on called "heir." With heir, users will be able to vote on hip-hop tracks, upvoting them with a fire emoji or downvoting them with a skull and crossbones.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
The best VPN service
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
As facial recognition technology becomes pervasive, Microsoft (yes, Microsoft) issues a call for regulation – TechCrunch
Technology companies have a privacy problem. They’re terribly good at invading ours and terribly negligent at protecting their own.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Sacha Baron Cohen has the best publicists alive: Dumb Republicans | The Outline
The only bright spot in an already-too-long month of bad news is the promotional cycle around comedian Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Showtime series What is America? Instead of billboards and commercials drawing attention to the show, premiering on July 16, a slew of news articles in which GOP politicia
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Google Clips gets timelapse function, better facial expression recognition, and more
Google's cute little robo-camera has received a substantial update. Clips has become better at recognizing and capturing "interesting facial expressions," and will learn which photos you keep and which you delete to better highlight content you'll want to hang on to.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Childish Gambino's 'Summer Pack' and the Search for the Summer Anthem | WIRED
The summer anthem yields to ritual. An untiring breed of musical ambrosia, its genealogy extends from slowburners like Janet Jackson’s “That’s The Way Love Goes” (1993) to the arena-scale decadence of Rihanna’s “Umbrella” (2007) and Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream” (2010).
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Robinhood CEO Baiju Bhatt to talk fintech at Disrupt SF – TechCrunch
Robinhood has gone from being a little consumer-facing fintech app to an absolutely giant consumer-facing fintech app. The company, which launched in 2013, has ballooned to a $5.6 billion valuation on the heels of a $363 million Series D financing round led by DST Global.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Real headlines from InfoWars, a site that's not banned on Facebook
Facebook sure has a strange definition of analysis.  In the wake of a scandal over the spread of misleading information on its platform, the company hosted a group of reporters on Wednesday in Manhattan with the apparent goal of showcasing its efforts to combat fake news.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Is The Pearl In 'Skyscraper' A Real Building? The Hong Kong Tower Is A Sight To Behold
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is looking to continue his stellar year at the box office with Skyscraper, an old school action movie that's meant to be an homage to classics of the genre like Die Hard and The Towering Inferno.
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4 days ago by brokenrhino
Pokémon: Let’s Go trailer introduces the games’ beautiful world - Polygon
When we played the E3 2018 demo of Pokémon: Let’s Go! — the franchise’s first original Nintendo Switch games — we came away feeling optimistic about the newcomer-friendly pair.
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
Best grilling utility apps for your summer cookouts | iMore
You can make your summer sizzle if you know how to grill like a boss! When summer hits full-swing, our thoughts turn to outdoor fun and food, which usually means grilling up meats and veggies while putting back a few cold ones.
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
This crash course on UX/UI design can help you build beautiful websites and apps
So you have a million-dollar app idea? That's awesome! Oh, did you say you have kickass programming skills to turn it into a reality, too? Amazing! Now, all there is left to do is to design your app to look aesthetically pleasing and make it so easy to use that a five-year-old would have no problem
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
The slightly irrational case for living microwave-free
I am not normally extreme with my ideas about what happens here on planet Earth (which is round, by the way). There are very few hills I am willing to die on, but there's something I have to get off my chest: I hate microwaves. They must go.
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
Fortnite Season 5 skins, challenges and news - Polygon
Struggling to complete the treasure map challenge in the first week of Fortnite season 5? We’ll show you where to go
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
Fortnite’s new golf kart is fun, balance be damned - Polygon
Fortnite’s shopping cart was an interesting addition, but it wasn’t a powered vehicle. You could coast down hills and protect yourself from falling damage, but there was no engine on the dang thing, just your own two feet and gravity.
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5 days ago by brokenrhino
Opera adds a crypto wallet to its mobile browser – TechCrunch
The Opera Android browser will soon be able to hold your cryptocurrencies. The system, now in beta, lets you store crypto and ERC20 tokens in your browser, send and receive crypto on the fly, and secures your wallet with your phone’s biometric security or passcode.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
Our first look at Shortcuts on iOS – The Sweet Setup
When Shortcuts was announced at WWDC, I became incredibly excited. Apple bought Workflow back in March 2017 and I was a little concerned about the future of the app. Workflow was created by a small team to enable automation on iOS — and Shortcuts has taken all of that, and added more. Much more.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
DERE EVIL EXE for iOS review: A thrilling and challenging retro platformer | iMore
As a child of the '80s, I grew up with platformer games. Because of classics like Super Mario Bros., I'm always going to have a soft spot for the genre, even if it's a meta, horror thriller type of platformer.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
The 7 Best Grip Socks
There's only one scenario in which sliding across a hardwood floor is ideal, and that's when you're reenacting Tom Cruise's dance scene from Risky Business. In all other situations, slippery footwear can get pretty dangerous, and that's where investing in a pair of the best grip socks comes in.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
Cover a large home in strong Wi-Fi with the $219 Netgear Orbi 3-pack system | iMore
The Netgear Orbi home mesh networking system 3-pack is down to $219.48 on Amazon. Just clip the $30 coupon to get in on the discount. This same kit sells for around $294 usually, and this price is the lowest we've ever seen.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
Childish Gambino Releases Two New Summer Songs, But One Of Them Holds A Deeper Message — LISTEN
He's already blown the music world's mind once this summer, but why stop there? Childish Gambino released two new songs on Wednesday, because apparently the dude is incapable of just sitting back on his laurels and soaking up praise.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
Nerf updates laser tag with smartphone AR – TechCrunch
There’s nothing like a great new toy to make you mourn the ghost of bygone youth. I don’t have the opportunity to try many out at this job, but when I do, there’s an invariable pang of jealousy for kids today who have much broader access to sophisticated playthings than we did in our day.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
First 'Sabrina' reboot poster from Netflix gets dark
Let the witch hunt begin. The upcoming reboot of the classic Nickelodeon sitcom Sabrina the Teenage Witch is going dark as hell. In the first poster for The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, starring Mad Men's Kiernan Shipka, makes it clear that this isn't your mama's teen witch.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
Are unions still relevant? | Crooked Media
The ACLU is organizing grassroots volunteers across the country to resist the Trump administration’s attacks on our civil liberties. Help flip state legislatures and governors’ seats from red to blue.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
Here's how to use Amazon's Camera Search to save $30 on Prime Day | iMore
Aside from the obvious sale prices and coupons, there are other ways for the truly savvy shopper to save even more on Prime Day. Tucked deep within Amazon's Prime Day lead-up content is a promo centered around the camera features of the Amazon iOS/Android app.
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6 days ago by brokenrhino
With The First Purge, the Purge series finally says something daring - The Verge
On a short making-of documentary included on the Blu-ray release of the 2013 film The Purge, writer-director James DeMonaco says, “If it sparks any kind of discourse about violence in society, I think that’s a good thing. If people just enjoy it, great.
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7 days ago by brokenrhino
'Queer Eye' Stars Tan & Antoni Singing Along To Ariana Grande Is The Best Thing You'll See All Day — VIDEO
There are two things people can't stop talking about lately: Queer Eye and Ariana Grande. And when you combine the two, the internet practically explodes.
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7 days ago by brokenrhino
CodeFights becomes CodeSignal and launches a new ratings system for developers – TechCrunch
CodeFights started out as a competitive coding platform but has since morphed to focus more on interview prep and helping business recruit developers. To better reflect this focus, the service today announced that it is changing its name to CodeSignal.
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7 days ago by brokenrhino
The 5 Best At-Home Wax Strips
Gone are the days of trekking to the salon and shelling out cash whenever you want a quick wax.
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7 days ago by brokenrhino
UE Boom 2 at $59 is dirt cheap for a Bluetooth speaker this good - The Verge
Welcome to Good Deals, a Verge-approved roundup of the best tech deals, in partnership with Vox Media's commerce team.
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7 days ago by brokenrhino
Drugs that kill off old cells may limit a body’s aging | Ars Technica
We have a good idea of what makes individual cells old. Things like DNA damage, shortened chromosome ends, and a lack of proliferative ability can all cause cells to basically shut down—they don't die, but they stop dividing and become quiescent.
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7 days ago by brokenrhino
Boosted Board Stealth review: speed racer - The Verge
Boosted’s new Board Stealth is the electric skateboard company’s fastest and most expensive model. Though the $1,599 Stealth has a similar design and features as Boosted’s other boards, it sets a new record for speed: 24 mph.
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7 days ago by brokenrhino
Why graphene hasn’t taken over the world...yet - The Verge
Perhaps you’ve heard of graphene, a form of carbon that could bring us bulletproof armor and space elevators, improve medicine, and make the internet run faster — some day. For the past 15 years, consumers have been hearing about this wonder material and all the ways it could change everything.
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7 days ago by brokenrhino
Best portable Apple Watch chargers for travel | 9to5Toys
Despite all of the advances that Apple Watch has made in recent years, its battery life is still less-than-stellar when compared to some other fitness trackers on the market today. Add in a heavy LTE workload, and that becomes even more apparent.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Wemo Smart Dimmer Light Switch with Alexa support on sale for $49.99 — Lowest Price Ever | AFTVnews
The Wemo Dimmer Wi-Fi Light Switch has just gone on sale for $49.99. This smart switch has a retail price of $79.99 but normally sells for $64.99. This sale price matches the lowest price that the switch has ever been, which occurred during this past Black Friday.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Roe V. Wade Opinion Might Surprise You (Seriously)
In American political rhetoric, supporting the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion across the U.S. has become synonymous with supporting a woman's right to choose.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
The First 6 Baby-Sitter's Club Books Are Being Re-Released With The Original Covers In A Collectible Tin
When rumors first started going around that The Baby-Sitters Club could be headed back to TV, fans of the mega popular Scholastic book series and the original '90s show were thrilled by the possibility.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Sci-Fi Invades Netflix—as They Both Invade Your Home | WIRED
Has Netflix’s sizeable investment in original science-fiction movies been a bust? By one popular metric, Rotten Tomatoes, the answer would seem to be: Categorically.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Starbucks will chuck plastic straws in hopes of reducing ocean waste
Those days of searching for the correctly sized straw for your giant iced drink at a Starbucks counter will soon come to an end, as the company has announced it intends to fully ditch plastic straws by 2020.
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8 days ago by brokenrhino
Booksy, the worldwide booking system, raises $13.2 million – TechCrunch
Booksy, a Poland-based booking application for the beauty business, has raised $13.2 million in a series B effort to drive global growth. The company, founded in 2014 by Stefan Batory and Konrad Howard, is currently seeing 2.5 million bookings per month.
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11 days ago by brokenrhino
Court: Usenet Provider Can Be Held Liable for Pirating Users - TorrentFreak
German music rights group GEMA is celebrating a legal victory against Aviteo, the company behind Usenet provider UseNeXT. The Regional Court of Hamburg ruled that the Usenet provider can be held liable for copyright infringements committed by its users.
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11 days ago by brokenrhino
Xbox One July update enables FastStart downloads - Polygon
The latest Xbox One system update began rolling out Thursday, and it brings a host of new features to the console, chief among them the ability to get into games more quickly.
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12 days ago by brokenrhino
Post-Commitment Spree Recruiting Overview: Offense | mgoblog
All right folks, the dust has settled years after the meteor impact. Fewer complaints echo through the forest. The recruiting class is radically different than it was a couple weeks ago. Mammals can get big now. Let's play the feud! STATUS: No change.
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12 days ago by brokenrhino
Beyerdynamic’s new $179 USB mic is built for podcasters, Twitch streamers, and musicians - The Verge
Beyerdynamic has a new studio-grade USB microphone called the Fox. It’s priced at $179, which is competitive with similar products from Blue, Apogee, Rode, Shure, and other companies. The Fox is available for preorder today and starts shipping on July 16th.
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12 days ago by brokenrhino
Amazon may send holiday toy catalogs in the mail
Toys 'R' Us is calling it quits in the US, but Amazon is apparently ready to pick up the slack. Bloomberg tipsters have asserted that Amazon is planning to mail a holiday toy catalog to "millions" of American homes and (naturally) distribute it at Whole Foods Market stores.
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12 days ago by brokenrhino
Obligatory Ann Arbor Mayoral Endorsement | mgoblog
tl;dr: vote for Christopher Taylor, who is good on many things, isn't really responsible for the road issues since he's in a state that's #46 in road spending, and isn't a ludicrous BANANA*. Please, please, please vote in this election. Consider it a donation to the site.
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14 days ago by brokenrhino
'Fixer Upper' Star Joanna Gaines' Update On Baby Crew Revealed He Already Has A Room That's More Stylish Than Yours — PHOTO
It looks like the newest addition to the Gaines family has already made himself at home in his new digs. Over the weekend, Fixer Upper star Joanna Gaines shared a picture of her son Crew hanging out in his nursery.
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14 days ago by brokenrhino
How to Take Photos of Fireworks With a Smartphone or a Camera | WIRED
A thrilling fireworks display can confuse a modern camera's automated settings. The explosions are fast, dynamic, and bright, and they disappear just as quickly as they appear.
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14 days ago by brokenrhino
Jonathan Van Ness' Hair Tip For Summer Will Let You Beat The Heat
It's hot outside. Or, as any millennial will tell you, it's hot AF out. Thankfully, everyone's beloved hairstylist from Queer Eye is here to save the day. As PopSugar found, Jonathan Van Ness found a way to cool down while blowdrying your hair. It's all natural, affordable, and anyone can do it.
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15 days ago by brokenrhino
Polaroid SnapTouch Camera Review - GeekMom
Polaroid Snap Touch is a basic camera for the basic user. but that doesn’t mean it’s not fun to use. I’m all for trying out new tech so I enjoyed playing around with the Snap Touch to see where it would fit in my photography bag. Let’s start with size/weight.
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15 days ago by brokenrhino
Gadgets for Shooting Movies on Your iPhone: DJI, Rode, Joby, Moment | WIRED
As directors like Steven Soderbergh and Sean Baker have shown, you can conjure movie magic with an iPhone. The dual rear cameras on the X are nearly as capable as professional shooters.
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15 days ago by brokenrhino
New study suggests it’s possible to never die | The Outline
A group of European researchers have recently published a study in Science that uses data from extremely old Italian people to suggest that our risk of dying stagnates around the age of 105.
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15 days ago by brokenrhino
14 Instagram Captions For 4th Of July Fireworks Pics That Aren’t Just Emojis
It's almost the Fourth of July, which means that it's also almost time for dazzling fireworks photos to take over social media.
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15 days ago by brokenrhino
Choreographer shows how to do Donald Glover's 'This Is America' dance
The woman behind the dance moves that rocked the internet in Childish Gambino's provocative "This Is America" music video is a 23-year-old phenom named Sherrie Silver — and she has a thing or two to teach us all.
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15 days ago by brokenrhino
John Oliver's Segment On Anthony Kennedy's SCOTUS Retirement Is So True It Hurts
Sunday's episode of Last Week Tonight opened with a segment on the Supreme Court and the recently-announced retirement of one of its nine justices — something which could impact the legal trajectory of the United States for many years to come.
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15 days ago by brokenrhino
Why (and How) California Is Destroying Mountains of Weed | WIRED
Call it the California Marijuanapocalypse of 2018. As of January 1, recreation cannabis has been legal in the state.
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15 days ago by brokenrhino
Fake Meat, Served Six Ways | WIRED
Around the time I turned 40, I decided to address the trifecta of concerns I had about climate change, animal rights, and my health: I went hard vegan.
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15 days ago by brokenrhino
Can Sunscreen Really Repair Your DNA? | WIRED
Having grown up in Tucson, Arizona, one of the sunniest cities in the world, I consider myself well-versed in the carcinogenic threat of UV exposure, the skin-sparing sanctity of shade, and the redeeming qualities of the sartorial atrocity that is the broad-brimmed hat.
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15 days ago by brokenrhino
Aldi's Floating Wine Glasses Stay Up In The Sand & In The Water — And They're Only $2
If you've ever gone to the beach and uttered the words, "Ugh. I got sand in my drink," then Aldi has the product for you.
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18 days ago by brokenrhino
The 11 Best YA Novels Coming Out In July 2018
If you thought your summer was tough battling the sticky city heat, you'll find escape in the best YA novels of July. There's two teenage girls, in two separate books, who are fighting for their survival across the cold, remote wilderness.
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18 days ago by brokenrhino
MGoPodcast 9.Supplemental: Abdul El-Sayed | mgoblog
Wherein we interview Michigan gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed. This podcast is not and does not constitute an endorsement of the candidate.
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18 days ago by brokenrhino
A gig economy for restaurant employees is a terrible idea | The Outline
The startup app Pared just raised $10 million to turn restaurant work into gig work.
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18 days ago by brokenrhino
Google researchers created an amazing scene-rendering AI | Ars Technica
New research from Google's UK-based DeepMind subsidiary demonstrates that deep neural networks have a remarkable capacity to understand a scene, represent it in a compact format, and then "imagine" what the same scene would look like from a perspective the network hasn't seen before.
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18 days ago by brokenrhino
The Physics of a Spinning Spacecraft in The Expanse | WIRED
The Expanse should just change their post credits for each episode to include a list of homework questions. Seriously—there are so many great things to explore in this hard science fiction show.
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18 days ago by brokenrhino
How much risk is good for kids? Parents make the case for more adventurous childhood
Posted on Thursday, June 28th, 2018 at 9:45 am. PTWritten by NBC News: The Yard — one of America’s few “adventure playgrounds.
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19 days ago by brokenrhino
Kroger teams with startup Nuro for driverless grocery delivery
Today, Kroger announced it is partnering with self-driving vehicle startup Nuro in order to deliver groceries directly to customers' homes, according to Reuters. It's not clear where the test program will take place. Nuro is still obtaining regulatory approval for the project to take place.
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19 days ago by brokenrhino
Spicy Fruit Roll-Ups Exist In 2 Different Flavors & It's The Shake-Up This '90s Staple Deserves
It’s been years since I’ve bought myself a box of Fruit by the Foot, but I might just have to go find one soon: Sweet and Fiery Fruit by the Foot is a thing now, and my spicy food-loving, ‘90s kid taste buds are positively intrigued by the idea.
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19 days ago by brokenrhino
Splitting water for fuel while removing CO₂ from the air | Ars Technica
The longer we wait to take serious action on climate change, the more necessary it becomes to remove some of the CO2 we've already put in the air.
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19 days ago by brokenrhino
Is Oat Milk Environmentally Friendly? The Dairy Alternative Is Not Just Tasty, But Sustainable, Too
There are plenty of reasons folks drink plant-based milk substitutes, from having dairy-related allergies, to avoiding dairy milk as part of a vegetarian or vegan diet, to just plain ol' liking the way plant-based milks taste.
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19 days ago by brokenrhino
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