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Paid in beer, now and forever

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Tyler Droll and Brooks Buffington, wrote up a short blog post saying that they would be “winding down the Yik Yak app over the coming week as we start tinkering around with what’s ahead for our brand, our technology, and ourselves.” (What that means in plain English, we have no idea.)

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I mean, they stopped the NES Classic and that felt a bit more lucrative

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A few less messages are being swept up

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"There is currently no way to revive and molecularly repair a frozen human brain. And such transplants haven’t even been attempted in animals. Thus, the surgical procedure is decades if not centuries away."

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Reader @simoncito17 has a point: "AI corrupts all we hold sacred. Now it has gone and made me enjoy a David Hasselhoff film." https://arstechnica.com/the-multiverse/2017/04/an-ai-wrote-all-of-david-hasselhoffs-lines-in-this-demented-short-film/

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Trust reader @simoncito17: "AI corrupts all we hold sacred—now it's gone and made me enjoy a @DavidHasselhoff film." https://arstechnica.com/the-multiverse/2017/04/an-ai-wrote-all-of-david-hasselhoffs-lines-in-this-demented-short-film/

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Good news for "This week in sheep."

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"You can’t do criminal law at all and say 'I’m only going to defend the innocent or the good'—you can’t do it, it’s impossible," the lawyer said. "Whatever you do, you think you’re fighting the good fight, and you’re going to find out they’re not a good person, but they’re your client. We’re really fighting for all of you. We’re fighting for what protects all of you under the US Constitution and whatever state constitution of the state in which you were charged. It’s so important that anybody charged with a crime—regardless of what it is and regardless of who they are—has a lawyer fighting for them. It’s one of the most important things that we put in the Constitution.”

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Humanity is terrifyingly hardcore
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