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Microsoft Edge, the company's new browser to be included in Windows 10, you receive native support for a good amount of audio formats, including a well-known by the entertainment industry: Dolby. Today, the company announced that the browser will get this feature to websites using HTML5 technology, MSE and EME.

http://www.gadgetlio.com/2015/05/microsoft-edge-get-native-support-for.html
Microsoft Edge, the company's new browser to be included in Windows 10, you receive native support for a good amount of audio formats, including a well-known by the entertainment industry: Dolby. Today, the company announced ...
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I first saw this pic a few years ago and at first thought nothing of it,  then I realized what I was looking at.... 
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I just unlocked the Nerd badge in Trivia Crack - http://www.triviacrack.com/en/landing
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This looks exactly like my striiv smart watch/activity tracker. 
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I just found a review on amazon, they are the same! You can even pair it with the striiv app instead of acers lol
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Driving forwards is easy. Reversing is... weirdly much trickier. This video from Minute Physics explains why you shouldn't feel dumb about it--because it's all down to physics working against you.
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Did you find any iOs 10 features.... (just for fun)
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Rajini Rao originally shared to Making Sense of Science:
 
Dotting the I 

Colorful bindis are being handed out to tribal women in India by a philanthropic organization. When worn on the forehead, each dot delivers a daily dose of 100-150 micrograms of iodine (chemical symbol: I) which is absorbed by the skin. At least 70 million Indians suffer from iodine deficiency disorders. Sure, oral supplements or iodized salts are more efficient, but the tribal women won't take them. The bindis are a socially more acceptable, and creative, approach to dietary compliance! 

Bad Air: Iodine deficiencies were described by ancient Roman writers and medieval travelers, who would encounter entire villages in the Alps or southern Europe struck by cretinism.  Thought to be due to "bad air" or "stagnant water" in the mountains, we now know that dwarfism, deformed bones and intellectual disability are due to lack of iodine-rich thyroid hormone. Goiter belts characterized the more mildly afflicted inland regions of Europe and N. America, where populations were marked by enlarged thyroids and grossly swollen throats. Along the coast, however, wave action disperses natural iodine salts from sea water into the air, from where it enters our ecosystem. No wonder, sea air was recommended for recuperating invalids. 

The Rise and Fall of I: After the discovery of iodine in 1811, Lugol's solution (mostly potassium iodide, or KI) became the universal panacea of western medicine. Medical students were advised:

If ye don’t know where, what, and why 
Prescribe ye then K and I

But too much of a good thing led to the discovery that excess iodine actually blocked thyroid hormone production (known as Wolff-Chaikoff effect). Today, the Reference Daily Intake or RDI has decreased from 1 gram, to 150 micrograms, which many practitioners believe is too little. Proponents of iodine therapy point out the benefits in preventing breast cancer, skin disorders and more. For a fascinating history of the controversies and facts see the article in the reference. 

REF: http://www.westonaprice.org/modern-diseases/the-great-iodine-debate/

Video: Jeevan Bindi- The Life Saving Dot (1 min long)
https://youtu.be/Sclg_AfGzcE

Photo: Subir Basak 
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It's a kinda nice but looks feminine. 
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@suryakoduri just leveled up to Lv. 5 on Trivia Crack! - http://www.triviacrack.com/en/landing
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My time is 3m:03s.16ms to land on my gmail page fully loaded using #chromebook (Samsung arm based.) Same time as windows booting time. I started disliking it as it becomes slower and slower. #Google.

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I use none of these apps. 
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