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Mott Marvin Kornicki
Real Estate Broker ○ Florida Notary Public
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Mack the Knife - Ella Fitzgerald Jazz Collection - (Remastered High Quality)

"It isn't where you came from, its where you're going that counts."

🎤 Ella Fitzgerald was born on April 25, 1917 🇺🇸 American jazz singer who became world famous for the wide range and rare sweetness of her voice. 1917-1996 📅 +Today's Memory 🔗 +Today in Music History 

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"Every day sees humanity more victorious in the struggle with space and time."

📻 Guglielmo Marconi was born on April 25, 1874 📅 +Today's Memory 
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They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. - Edgar Allan Poe 
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Jimmy Wales, one of the minds behind the internet's cheat sheet, Wikipedia, has launched a new, unaffiliated website called the WikiTribune. On the site's opening video message, Wales adjusts his glasses and tosses out the site's lofty ambition: "The news is broken, but we've figured out how to fix it."

SEE ALSO: Wikipedia stats reveal how our collective memory works

Oh really, Mr. Wales? Well, before we even got to look at the site, it turns out that someone made a miscalculation, because at around 8:30 p.m. ET, the site was totally down. Yes, it came up not long after, but the launch day hiccup was a freshman reminder that "fixing the news" isn't as easy as some think it is.

After taking a couple of potshots at traditional news media and lumping it in with social media, Wales presents his vision of "rethinking" the news by pairing professional journalists with community members to produce and verify news stories that are supported by subscribers. Included in the business model are the claims of no advertising and no paywall, with stories updated as facts come in and are vetted by the site's community. Basically, Wikipedia for news.

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Donald Trump has done his best to rebrand his Mar-a-Lago club as the “Winter White House” in a not-so-subtle attempt to raise the stature of the private Palm Beach resort and possibly to offer an excuse for why he goes there so often. The president has spent seven of the 14 weekends he has been in office at the club, and he—and his staff—have made sure to use his preferred nomenclature whenever possible. But Trump’s rebranding effort has also gotten an unexpected and less-noticed push from elsewhere within the federal government: via the State Department’s foreign outreach program.

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Sunday marked the first anniversary of Beyoncé's legendary visual album, Lemonade. The project, which premiered on HBO, went on to collect Grammy awards, a Peabody award, and more—but perhaps more importantly, for the entire duration of the premiere, Twitter was united and in awe of the singer.

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Apple today made the fourth beta release of iOS 10.3.2 available to download for registered developers, with those on the public beta program likely to be able to follow suit within a couple of days if past timescales are maintained. Apple has been releasing new beta builds of its iPhone and iPad operating system very regularly for a while now, with each new beta bringing us closer to a final release that will be ready for public consumption.

While we do not yet know when iOS 10.3.2 will be made available to all iPhone and iPad owners whose devices are compatible, this being the fourth beta release does give us the belief that a stable release is edging ever nearer. 

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Apple has been interested in automotive technology for a long time — the company already has the CarPlay infotainment system. But now it is moving further into the automotive industry and is working on its own self-driving technology.

Read: Self-Driving Vehicles: Apple More Interested In Apps Than Cars

Apple was granted a permit to test its self-driving technology in California earlier this month. The state released 41 pages of application documents to Business Insider because of a request to access public records. While the company has not made a formal acknowledgement of the information mentioned in the documents, a lot of light has been shed on what the company plans to do in terms of its self-driving program. The permit covers three 2015 Lexus 450h hybrid SUVs and six drivers. Drivers named in the application are PhDs in machine learning with previous experience in Bosch and Tesla. 
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