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Jean-Marc Liotier
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Terrapattern: an open-source tool for "similar-image search" in orbital imagery
Overview. We present the alpha version of Terrapattern: "similar-image search" for satellite photos. It's an open-source tool for discovering "patterns of interest" in unlabeled satellite imagery—a prototype for exploring the unmapped, and the unmappable. Terrapattern provides an open-ended ...
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Extraordinary low albedo (surface darker than normal) in Greenland - melt will be very fast
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Pastejacking: use Javascript to override a victim's clipboard contents to run malicious commands... Always paste into a text editor to review before pasting into a console
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Okay, this can only target geeks, well, people pasting to command line.  It is now known that technically, the browser can override the clipboard at any time. So, even if you paste to an editor, content could be changer after that. Can the browser override even if you copy again correct text from the editor? Looks like a clean solution needs (as shown here in iTerm) to ask for user confirmation before engaging, though this won''t protect in environments where a linefeed character is not needed for engagement. Can NoScript help? Oh, other (better?) solution: warn at source: whenever JS changes clipboard content, browser warns and shows new content (and perhaps requests user confirmation, offers to blacklist site?). Will all this happen?
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“All these newspapers used to have foreign bureaus,” he said. “Now they don’t. They call us to explain to them what’s happening in Moscow and Cairo. Most of the outlets are reporting on world events from Washington. The average reporter we talk to is 27 years old, and their only reporting experience consists of being around political campaigns. That’s a sea change. They literally know nothing”
In an interview, Ben Rhodes suggests a clueless press did the White House’s bidding.
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According to this article Rhodes himself told the press, knowing the white house would deny. Is he trying to gain visibility for his next career change (like selling tobacco or something)?

Also, they made an "echo chamber" to deceive the general public. That reminds me the banner image of a Google+ feed, where was it? Omg, forget it, never mind. ;-)
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Still leaves us a question: where does baby powder come from? And how do they separate it from the baby oil?
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The complete story of the Chernobyl accident in photographs
I've assembled this collection of images surrounding the Chernobyl nuclear disaster to help people gain a better understanding of what happened. It is a very brief, but complete(ish) retelling of what happened, using edited text from a book I've written called "Chernobyl 01:23:40". The book can be bought from Amazon and various other places, if anyone's interested.
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Based on the lives of real women, the upcoming movie stars Janelle Monae, Taraji P. Henson, and Octavia Spencer
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"When designing maps for mobile, we take into account material considerations, like smaller viewports and a wider variety of physical environments. We also take into account user behavior, such as faster, more fluid map manipulation (zooming, panning, tilting), and the need for faster visual processing speeds when on the move. Designing for mobile touches all aspects of cartography, but I want to take a closer look at two very visual facets: color systems and iconography"
We recently updated Mapbox Streets and Mapbox Outdoors, our two general use maps. While they’re designed to be optimized across a variety of devices, screen types, and environments, mobile use...
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IoT: What is the Problem ? How to explain to your boss that #IoT won't make the company rich...
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It's a cruel, cruel summer...
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It's funny because at first sight you may not notice what's wrong.
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"A smart city is a lot about people believing in city technology and its application to urban problems. It's a lot about big data that makes us understand the world better, so we can make it more efficient. But urbanism is a much longer tradition looking at what makes cities work. It's a much more humanities-based and philosophical tradition. I think there's a big etymological clash between the science of the smart city and the more social science of urbanism"
Technologies like driverless cars and smart heating systems could end up making cities dysfunctional says Maarten Hajer, Rotterdam Biennale 2016 curator.
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I made fun of this odd A to micro-B converter in the past, when I bought it in Japan, but it turns out it's really useful. Turns any USB storage device into something that Android can mount properly when plugged into your phone.

Again, horrid abuse of the spec, but as with many specs, people ignored it and made their devices work anyway. nice job Nexus developers, much appreciated.
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