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A peek into the future.
The world's hottest startup isn't located in Silicon Valley–it's in suburban Florida. WIRED explores what Magic Leap's mind-bending technology tells us about the future of virtual reality.
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The pedant in me can't help but be irritated by this slogan. Electrons are everywhere as are protons, and neutron which all are building blocks for atoms, which then builds all the matter around us.

If they want to talk about electricity (which they are), it's about moving electrons that jumps from one atom to the other (current) which makes all the difference.
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All of us are racists. The question is do we enable and encourage it, deny and ignore, or actively try to overcome it?

Perhaps the most insidious form of undercover racism is the racial empathy gap, a phenomenon backed by a massive amount of scientific evidence showing that all of us see other races as less sensitive to pain than ourselves.
The studies just keep coming. Unconscious racism is pervasive. It starts early. And it creates a deadly empathy gap
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Nice going, LG
 
Oh yeah, LG G5 hands on. Nice to see a company try something new. 
LG's flagship impresses with a removable battery, microSD slot, and a metal body.
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+Amir Ridwan​ I'm actually still considering this, or the already available LG V10.
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If a belief is false, it doesn't deserve respect. If a belief is true, it doesn't need it.
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Nazir Razak is also implicated in WSJ's latest revelation. I'm surprised.
(According to the article, he responded with a written statement, confirming receiving the money)
http://www.wsj.com/articles/malaysian-leader-spent-millions-on-luxury-goods-1459383835?mod=e2tw
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You can block, but you can never run +Najib Razak​
The former Malaysian attorney-general had put in place a plan to lay criminal charges of misappropriation against the Prime Minister Najib Razak before he was suddenly removed from office last year, Four Corners has confirmed.
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Art by Fahmi Reza (@kuasasiswa). You certainly will be missed, The Malaysian Insider.
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I'm still having TMI 'withdrawal symptoms'.
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In fact, Saudi Arabia is no state at all. There are two ways to describe it: as a political enterprise with a clever but ultimately unsustainable business model, or as an entity so corrupt as to resemble a vertically and horizontally integrated criminal organization. Either way, it can’t last.
It can't last. The U.S. better get ready.
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+Andreas 安德烈亞斯 Its pretty much sell them weapons or have more broom sticks fitted to Bundeswehr vehicles and people going pew pew with their mouths.
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I'm in a continuous pursuit to reduce my ignorance of things around me. I only follow one school of dogma - and that is the dogma of reason. 

I'm a Malaysian and prefer to communicate in English.

I like to call myself non-partisan, but I do have opinions regarding to political issues. I am a Malaysian Liberal

Aside from that, I love science.


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Marina and The Diamonds, The National, Butterfingers, Dave Matthews Band, Beirut, Jenny Owen Youngs, Alex Winston.

Movies that I love
Memento, Mulholland Drive, Shutter Island, The Prestige.

I have ADHD. I am pedantic, and a bit lacking in social skills and sometimes can be seem as being overanalytical (only in a narrow spectrum which I have a grasp of). I am not what you would call a conversationalist, but I'd try.

Posts on climate change denial, religious stuff, over-edited pictures, vague and corny quotes are a big turn-off for me. I find it hard to define what I will post about, so which circle for you to put me in is your decision, exclusively.
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The food is lousy! Even some of the street stalls makes better ayam penyet than this. The sambal (pecel) portion is unreasonably small, and you have to pay extra to get more sambal. This is the first and last time I'm eating here.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Kaunter Serahan..you can't send parcels here.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Lagoon Perdana is a lousy place. It is not well maintained and the residents are not that clean either. Continuous lift breakdown means you're going to sweat a lot taking up the stairs. All the lifts are low grade China-brand lifts. The stairs are smelly, sometimes it smells of urine. Room rental depends on the level of furnish. A middle room, with air conditioner, a bed, wardrobe and a study table will cost around RM350/month. If you work in the Sunway area, it is a convenient place to live in. Sunway Pyramid takes around 15 minutes to walk to.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I went to the center for warranty repair. The staff was courteous. When I went to sent the phone, the waiting time was not long, around 15 minutes. I was advised the phone will be ready within 3 working days. After three days, I did not receive any calls/sms, so I called them instead. They confirmed with me that the phone is ready. 3 working days is not long for me, and I am pleasantly surprised that they can repair within that period, My phone issue (Galaxy Note cannot turn on) is resolved. My waiting time to pick up the phone was a bit long, around 45 minutes. Overall, it was a good experience.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Good service compared to other McD's that I have eaten at. The cashiers keep a pleasant attitude and the queue is not long.
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