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Casey, "naked" (ok, not really) at Le Côte d'Azur with his kid :)
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Up until now, we've really only seen SpaceX's rocket landing in the middle of the ocean from afar. Chase planes near the drone ship provided a spectacular view of the milestone event, but now, S...
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Toyota continues to advance solid state battery technology. The automaker now claims that this breakthrough tech will be commercialized in less than 6 years.
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Extremely good article on this recent "flat UI" bubble craziness that we're still living in. Finally "an expert" gets it. Let's hope UI "designers" wake up and use their brains a little more.
Just because people like flat design doesn't mean they get how to use it.
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«We replaced steak and sausages with pasta and rice, butter with margarine and vegetable oils, eggs with muesli, and milk with low-fat milk or orange juice. But instead of becoming healthier, we grew fatter and sicker.»

«Look at a graph of postwar obesity rates and it becomes clear that something changed after 1980. In the US, the line rises very gradually until, in the early 1980s, it takes off like an aeroplane. Just 12% of Americans were obese in 1950, 15% in 1980, 35% by 2000. In the UK, the line is flat for decades until the mid-1980s, at which point it also turns towards the sky. Only 6% of Britons were obese in 1980. In the next 20 years that figure more than trebled. Today, two thirds of Britons are either obese or overweight, making this the fattest country in the EU.»
The long read: In 1972, a British scientist sounded the alarm that sugar – and not fat – was the greatest danger to our health. But his findings were ridiculed and his reputation ruined. How did the world’s top nutrition scientists get it so wrong for so long?
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The all solid-state battery operates between -30 and 100 degrees Celsius.
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