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"I find it frustrating that so few people involved in politics, and particularly on the left, read SF....The most fundamental lesson of SF is that the future will be different. This sounds banal, but it's remarkable how few take the point seriously."
Science fiction readers know in their bones that there's a big universe out there, and that science increasingly changes everyday life.
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She's made some great comments this year about how SF will help us solve the big problems we face. 
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If stars can vibrate like bells, why not use them in a musical composition?
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"The bottom line: the post-PC world is here."
'Which Is the Most Important Device You Use to Connect to the Internet?' Thursday, 6 August 2015. On Twitter, Benedict Evans points to fascinating polling data indicating that the answers to this question 1 are changing dramatically. In 2013, just two years ago, the results were: ...
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"The lesson I learned is not so much that everything old is new again. It’s that everything you have learned informs everything that you are going to learn." - +Chris Zammarelli 
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"The hits are getting bigger, but the long tail is much smaller than we ever anticipated."
<p>Airing on Monday, June 29, 2015: First up, we'll talk with <span>Alex White, CEO and cofounder of Nextbigsound, on how music streaming services are changing people’s listening habit. Plus, a<span>s video-cams get better and cheaper, we'll explore how they are spreading into a lot of workplaces unrelated to policing. We'll also talk about mini-drones by air, land, and sea. Listen to learn more.</span></span></p>
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"'Lol idk' seems like a fairly apt description of the shruggie’s meaning, but it also doesn’t begin to describe the nihilism that ¯\(ツ)/¯ embodies today."
When Caroline Eisenmann, a young assistant at a New York literary agency, decided to rename her OkCupid profile, she wanted something that would make her stand out—a name that wouldn’t get lost amongst the omnipresent references to indie ...
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"bro (adj.): A strong suggestion that evolution’s only agenda is chaos."
The New Devil’s Dictionary: 249 words for the end of the world
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I definitely want to try this!
A YouTube user has upload his latest project to the web, teaching tech geeks the world over how to turn their smartphone into a 3D hologram projector.
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"The new placemat is called cleverly called 'Logged Out,' and it should cost about $2."
We all have those friends who are incapable of separating from their phones during dinner parties. The question is, what can you do about it? Should you stop inviting them over? Try to make better conversation? Sneakily take their phones away and hide them somewhere in your home? If you've tried all those options and failed, IKEA may have an answer for you — in a placemat.
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As we age and get older, especially for the elderly, ordinary actions become extraordinarily difficult such as writing, typing, or opening bottle caps. Japanese Designer Tatsuo Ishibashi was aware of these issues and has created 3D printed products aimed for assisting the elderly and people with a loss in muscular functioning. Tatsuo’s Shapeways shop mizulabo specializes […]
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Librarian making the world a better place
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Shifting libraries at the speed of byte
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The Shifted Librarian, ALA strategy guide
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