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𝗪𝗮𝘃𝗲𝘀 𝗠𝗼𝘃𝗲 𝗔𝗰𝗿𝗼𝘀𝘀 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗛𝘂𝗺𝗮𝗻 𝗕𝗿𝗮𝗶𝗻 𝘁𝗼 𝗦𝘂𝗽𝗽𝗼𝗿𝘁 𝗠𝗲𝗺𝗼𝗿𝘆

"...Alpha and theta oscillations move rhythmically across the brain, reflecting neural activity propagating across the cortex to help form working memory...
Biomedical engineers... have discovered a new fundamental feature of brain oscillations: they actually move rhythmically across the brain, reflecting patterns of neuronal activity that propagate across the cortex."

https://neurosciencenews.com/memory-brain-waves-9286/

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*Microsoft Edge Preview *
https://www.testingcatalog.com/project/amp/629

https://blogs.bing.com/search/june-2018/Visual-search-from-Bing-now-lets-you- search-what-you-see "You can search the web using your camera. Now you can search, shop, and learn more about your world through the photos you take." Android version begin rolling it out yesterday. And iOS version will be coming soon too!

#edge #microsoftedge #edgepreview #browser #androidbrowser

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Source for Trump's specious claim of 63,000 immigrant murders? A congressman's blog

The source for President Donald Trump's unproven assertion that "illegal aliens" have committed 63,000 murders since 9/11 is an Iowa congressman's old blog.

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Warning: Spoilers for The Expanse episode "Fallen World"

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Stable Linux app support expected to roll out in Chrome OS version 69.

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Microsoft to use Windows 10-focused Snapdragon 1000 chip for foldable Surface Phone? - According to a report out of Germany, Microsoft and Qualcomm are working together on the ARM based SDM1000 chip (Snapdragon 1000?) that is designed to work on more powerful Windows notebooks and 2-in-1 devices. In other words, this could be the chip that drives the foldable Surface Phone device that we've seen in patent sketches and renders. The SDM1000 would compete against Intel's Y and U processor seri...

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Gee, you don't say.

After correcting for demographic variables such as age and race, researchers found that support for Trump in the 2016 election closely tracked opioid prescriptions.

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Complete beginner's guide for dual booting Linux Mint and Windows 10. https://itsfoss.com/guide-install-linux-mint-16-dual-boot-windows/

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The latest project that the hardworking team at tech enthusiast site Digital Foundry has tackled is Paladins on the Nintendo Switch. The game was highly sought after by Nintendo Switch owners but Fortnite came out very close to the game’s release on the…

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I don’t support refusing to serve someone because of their politics. I also don’t consider lying and distributing propaganda supporting racists, misogynists, and fascists to be political. That’s just sociopathy.

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The 249th Android Apps Weekly is live! This week we talk about Pokemon Quest, some bad moves by Facebook (again), IGTV, Evoland 2, Google Podcasts, and more Android apps and games news and releases! #AppsGames #Androidapps #AndroidAppsWeekly

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The creator of Pinstripe, Thomas Brush, had some interesting news to share on Twitter today. Pinstripe is coming to the Nintendo Switch, and it is “launching in… wait for it…. about a month”. The only other thing that Brush said is that “I’ll keep you…

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Happy Shroomshot Saturday!

#shroomshotsaturday by +Patti Colston +Patricia Kristensen +Sabeena LoBello +ShroomshotSaturday

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Conscience of the King
“The Play's the Thing, wherein I'll catch the conscience of the King.”
-------------- William Shakespeare, Hamlet

#pakistan #punjab #street #streetphotography #nikonshooters #nikond810
#blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #monochrome #monochromephotography   
#StreetPhotographySaturday
+Street Photography Saturday curated by +Sunny Wu
#hqspStreetDoc for +HQSP Street & Documentary
#hqspmonochrome for +HQSP Monochrome
#hqspmotion for +HQSP Motion
#FarmFriday +Farm Friday curated by +Ellie Kennard , +Steven Kennard and +Susanne Stelle
+BTP Street PRO
+BTP Monochrome Pro
+BTP Editors' Choice (Top Photo page)

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A hidden gem in Norway's Arctic

After several hours of hiking, the evening was coming to a close, and I had not managed to reach my destination of this elusive beach I had managed to find out about. White sand, clear waters, backed by rugged peaks that rise straight out of the ocean. Waters that you'd expect to find in the tropics, in Norway's far north. Incredible. So I immediately picked up the pace and made sure I got to where I needed to be.

Finally reaching the destination I was absolutely amazed by it's seclusion, and how everything I had heard about it, was true. I was all alone looking at this beauty. A bizarre, yet eerie feeling.

As the weather started to close in, the light started to fade, and I had several hours hike back over rough terrain. I had no mobile phone, no gear to spend the night, so I had to get a move on. Reaching a nearby ridge to cross the mountains, snow started falling from the sky, and sleet hitting me hard in the face as the wind picked up. With only a jacket, I would never be able to survive the night, so I did my shoes and backpack up extra tight, and started running over the mountain and down the other side. As careful as I was, I ended up injuring my knee. Something that could have been fatal several kilometres earlier. But I managed to hobble out over the next couple of hours in the darkness to where the car was. I made it out, and even though physically shattered, I was so happy!

This was my last hike for the 3 months we had in the Arctic (Iceland and Norway). So the knee injury was worth it :-P

www.explosiveaperture.com

#norway

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He still has a passion for NASCAR, which is lost on some fans https://racingnews.co/2018/06/23/kyle-larson-explains-his-plan-to-run-with-the-world-of-outlaws-before-hes-40/

Tags: #kylelarson #nascar #worldofoutlaws

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Sinclair Forces Its 193 Stations to Air Pro-Trump Propaganda on Family Separations: This week the 193 local news channels owned by The Sinclair Broadcasting Corporation informed their viewers that “dishonest liberals” were trying to fool them into thinking that the Trump administration had been separating migrant children from their families, in a cruel effort to deter migrant refugees from seeking asylum in the United States. Sinclair stations … Continue reading "Sinclair Forces Its 193 Stations to Air Pro-Trump Propaganda on Family Separations" The post Sinclair Forces Its 193 Stations to Air Pro-Trump Propaganda on Family Separations appeared first on POLITICUSUSA.

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A newer version of OneDrive is installed on Windows 10 - If you are trying to install OneDrive on a Windows 10 computer, there is a high chance of receiving this error message – A newer version of OneDrive is installed; You need to uninstall it first before installing this version. [...] This post A newer version of OneDrive is installed on Windows 10 is from TheWindowsClub.com.

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Will Jupiter's alignment with our Moon bring back "the Curse of the Catpeople" or the Killers from Kilauea's usurping of Heat from earthquake.usgs.gov ?

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Amazon workers ask Bezos to stop selling tech to law enforcement https://nyp.st/2K6FEVF

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Caffeine from four cups of coffee protects the heart with the help of mitochondria

Caffeine consumption has been associated with lower risks for multiple diseases, including type II diabetes, heart disease, and stroke, but the mechanism underlying these protective effects has been unclear. A new study now shows that caffeine promotes the movement of a regulatory protein into mitochondria, enhancing their function and protecting cardiovascular cells from damage. The work, publishing 21 June in the open access journal PLOS Biology, by Judith Haendeler and Joachim Altschmied of the Medical Faculty, Heinrich-Heine-University and the IUF-Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine in Duesseldorf, Germany, and colleagues, found that the protective effect was reached at a concentration equivalent to consumption of four cups of coffee, suggesting the effect may be physiologically relevant. The authors have previously shown that at physiologically relevant concentrations (i.e. levels reached after four or more cups of coffee) caffeine improved the functional capacity of endothelial cells, which line the interior of blood vessels, and that the effect involved mitochondria, the cell's energy powerhouses.

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Hollow Knight may be on the Nintendo Switch digitally, but there is currently no physical version. Well, that may be about to change. Team Cherry recently held an AMA on Reddit, where a fan asked them if there are any plans for a physical release. Team…

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Nine “striking” facts about the history of the typewriter

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8 open source point of sale systems

Running a small business isn't easy, and especially so for retailers, restaurant owners, and others who have a brick-and-mortar storefront. Managing purchases and cash flow, keeping inventory stocked, making sure your employees are happy, and above all else serving your customers needs requires dedication, a solid business plan, and a bit of luck to be successful.

In between all of these demands, it can be difficult to dedicate the time to fairly evaluate solutions to various business needs, including software. For businesses with a retail component, your choice of point of sale (POS) system may be the most important technical decision you make, and yet, an overwhelmingly confusing one.

There are simply so many choices on the market today, and no one decision is going to be right for every business. Do you want a point of sale system which ties in with your inventory management, or do you just need to keep track of purchase numbers? Does it make sense to host everything locally, or would a cloud-based solution work for you? And if it's cloud-based, what happens when you inevitably lose Internet connectivity from time to time?

As if these kinds of factors don't make the decision difficult enough already, it's also worth considering what kind of support you need. Do you know the technical know-how to fix a system if it breaks, or customize it when your business needs change, or do you need that support from a vendor? And, importantly, if your tech support vendor disappeared tomorrow, would you be able to find a new one tomorrow? Is your system open enough for a new vendor to easily take over and fix problems and make changes?

For these reasons, open source point of sale systems might be a good option to consider for some businesses. In particular, they may appeal to those with some technical knowledge on staff who are looking to save costs by managing their own systems, as well as businesses who may need or desire significant customization from their system's default which require source code access to modify.

So what are the open source options available for retailers looking for a new point of sale system? There are a quite a few, and they vary widely in their features, maturity, and size of community.

See the selection at https://opensource.com/tools/point-of-sale

#POS #tills
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