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You always lift my mood... your music makes me happy
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Thank you very much! I am glad that my music makes you feel good
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Wow, things have really improved.
Most heavy data users can't wait for the day when hard disks, with their fragile, spinny parts, are put out to pasture for good. But just how much better
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Moon landings 1969, still waiting for the rest...
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Good article
If Brand had simply thrown his weight behind the Green Party rather than urge people not to vote, he would never have got close to engaging with those struggles with media power which, in some small way, have helped to make the impossible seem more r...
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Gear envy strikes... again!
Review: "Wait—$500 for just the Slaw Device BF 109?" Well, yes, but what pedals!
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Now, this I like a lot.... the infinite possibilities......
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Universal basic income seems a likely route forward?
An increased use of automation and the global recession has left many of us with a higher workload and lower pay, all while facing higher living costs. With
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Evidence of art and tool use 540,000 years ago.
A zig-zag, drawn on a shell, could re-write our entire understanding of human origins and art. The pattern, drawn by a homo erectus as long as 540,000 years ago and found recently by an Australian researcher, could change all understandings of our early ancestors.
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I just gave, how about you?
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A weird little lesson about color, in rainbow order.
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At the BBC it seemed that all the Cameramen had great Hi-Fi's, the Sound Folk were keen photographers..... 

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SheerWind claims its INVELOX wind turbine produces 600% more power
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(Phys.org) —SheerWind Inc. of Chaska, Minnesota is claiming in a press release that its newly developed funnel-based wind turbine system is

in oblivion by Martin Tuma
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Photograph in oblivion has been submitted to PhotoExtract's main photography gallery by Martin Tuma.

New Statesman | Watching the Englishman: Kate Fox on the peculiar ritual...
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England’s upper-middle class pretend that class no longer matters. But try to infiltrate the tribe and you’ll see how strict the rules are,

A Lens to the Front
roadsandkingdoms.com

A homegrown Iraqi photo agency is telling stories no one else can

New Statesman | It's unscientific for a medical regulatory body to give ...
www.newstatesman.com

Homeopaths can now get their "medicine" accredited by an official regulatory body, to the dismay of critics.

New Statesman | Risky business: Peter Wilby on Owen Jones’s The Establis...
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Jones is excellent on how the state, supposedly rolled back, has just changed its nature so that, as big as ever, it has become a creature o

10 George Orwell Quotes that Predicted Life in 2014 America
sandiegofreepress.org

By Justin King / The Anti-Media George Orwell ranks among the most profound social critics of the modern era. Some of his quotations, more t

La vita cloudy — BuzzMachine
buzzmachine.com

I've done it. I've moved entirely into the cloud. The process started a year ago when I bought my Chromebook Pixel. Well, actually, it start

Saving Private Ryan
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Based on a World War II drama. US soldiers try to save their comrade, paratrooper Private Ryan, who's stationed behind enemy lines.

'K VII', László Moholy-Nagy | Tate
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The 'K' in the title of K VII stands for the German word Konstruktion ('construction'), and the painting's ordered, geometrical forms are ty

Toyota’s Replacing Robots With Humans...So They Can Make Even Better Robots
singularityhub.com

Japan and car manufacturing are pretty much synonymous with robots. Some of the most advanced and practical bots hail from the former and wo

A Romp Through the Philosophy of Mind: A Free Online Course from Oxford
www.openculture.com

These days, neuroscience seems to have a monopoly on the mind. Flip to the science section of an established newspaper or magazine, and you’

Smartphone App for Point-of-Care Diagnostics in Development | Science an...
sciencebusiness.technewslit.com

Engineers at University of Cambridge in the U.K. designed a smartphone app that accurately performs tests with urine or saliva samples at th

Am I a Glasshole? Or Are You a Self-Absorbed, Irrational Luddite? | Cult...
www.cultofandroid.com

An open letter to the minority of people who oppose the wearing of Google Glass in public. Dear waiter, Costco cashier, random Whole Foods s

Designing a timeless smartwatch
www.theverge.com

Why can't great smartwatches look like normal watches? Smartwatches, for the most part, can be divided into two categories: vague approximat

Noise Cancelling On Your Window
www.whenyourebored.com

A very cool concept of a noise cancelling device that would let anyone using it attenuate or even cancel out noises coming from outside your