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Ricky Ng-Adam
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Hmm, it's not even a one time occurrence... Someone needs to tell someone that the templating is not working on the alerts for GSuite ;-)
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T. Gondii made me do it
Wow, this article is full of fascinating possibilities.

https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2012/03/how-your-cat-is-making-you-crazy/308873/

Toxoplasma gondii, a widespread parasite, may be a contributor to schizophrenia and car accidents, make infected women dress better, and cause men to like the smell of cat pee more (without affecting how they feel about tiger urine).

If that sounds like a strange combination of things, you should really read the whole article. There's much more where that came from.
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Google's has announced that Montréal is selected as one of its new Cloud Regions. Interestingly, the planned infrastructure will have dedicated services for Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning. “There’s a groundswell in artificial intelligence and machine learning happening,” says James Lambe, country manager for Google Cloud in Canada.
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Interesting parallels between Korean and (the future of?) American politics.
From the article: "Outside observers may wonder why Koreans would ever long for the times of dictatorship. In part, this is because Korea’s conservatives have been “post-facts” for a long time. In the minds of Korea’s conservatives, Park Chung-hee was the hero who delivered South Korea from poverty to prosperity while defending against communism."

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"Park Geun-hye had something similar—a 'concrete floor' that supported her no matter what she did. No matter how badly Park Geun-hye performed as the president, the 'concrete floor' never let her fall below 30 percent approval rating. Those who belonged to the 'concrete floor' only consumed right-wing newspapers and cable TV news, and believed the ridiculous rumors about liberal politicians spread through conservative chat rooms, about how they were North Korean shills bent on bringing communism to South Korea."

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"For several years into Park Geun-hye’s presidency, liberal politics in Korea seemed structurally doomed. Until suddenly, it wasn’t. In the aftermath of the Choi Soon-sil scandal, Park Geun-hye’s concrete floor melted away like it never existed."
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Quartz: A history of American anti-immigrant bias, starting with Benjamin Franklin’s hatred of the Germans. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwk8zUozQ
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Snowflakes... and winter is coming! Ha! Via +Joyce Donahue
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Trump Voters Stand to Suffer Most From Obamacare Repeal and a Trade War - NBC News

Doh!
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No dialogs, no story but still a very strong emotional reaction to this one.
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