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LBJ for the 12th time has made All NBA 1st Team

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Don't worry! Mulder and Scully are already on their way!

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New Computational Tool May Help Optimize Alzheimer's Treatments

Electrical stimulation of certain parts of the brain could help promote healthy activity in neural circuits impaired by Alzheimer's disease.

The research is in PLOS Computational Biology. (full open access)

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The Zoo Hypothesis: Are #Aliens Watching Us Secretly? : http://sciabc.us/bSate #science

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Words of truth. WearOS has stagnated and the things they do change (or actually, changed 2 yrs ago) are making it worse.

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The estate of Michael Jackson is objecting to an ABC TV special on the end of the King of Pop's life, calling it a crass attempt to exploit Jackson without respect for his legacy or children. http://nbcbay.com/7RmuWBE

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Mobile data is money. Stop wasting it.

My detailed guide to cutting back on unnecessary data use in Android -- lots o' good (and not entirely obvious) things worth doing:

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Keeping 2 billion Android devices safe with machine learning

Machine Learning is changing the way we protect our devices from malware and bad apps!

See how it works on the blog → http://bit.ly/2LrRsiy

With ML elements added to Google Play Protect, 50 billion apps are scanned every day to identify risks and bad behavior.

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Cumbria and the Lake District: Spring 2018, No. 13

https://www.iancylkowski.com/cumbria-spring-2018/

The classic view of Wasdale, from the shores of Wastwater looking towards the fells, from left to right: Yewbarrow (628m/2,060ft), Great Gable dead centre in the distance (899m/2,949ft), Lingmell (807m/2,648ft), Scafell Pike (978m/3,209ft), all obscured by hill fog. This shot was focus stacked from six exposures for excellent clarity throughout. As ever, my processing arsenal consists of Sigma Photo Pro, Capture One, and Photoshop. I'm not sure I'll ever tire of this view.

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Burst of Brain Activity Linked to Memory Reactivation

In the study, sleep spindles, described as bursts of brain activity typically lasting around one second, were linked to memory reactivation.

The research is in Current Biology. (full open access)

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When someone visits your Facebook page, the first thing they see is a large splash image taking up almost a quarter of the screen: your Facebook cover photo.

So, how do you make Facebook cover photos—and get the most out of them?

Read up.

#FacebookMarketing #VisualMarketing

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Infinity War Theory: What Really Happened To Red Skull?

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Trump’s Lawyer Invited to Classified Briefing on Investigation of Trump https://nym.ag/2KQJOwL

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Smartphone maker Essential, Andy Rubin’s project to reinvent the Android phone, has axed development of its second device and is considering selling itself off, according to a new report. The company is part of Playground Global, the startup incubator…

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Speaking of pivoting, when addressing a question about Fuchsia during a session at last year's I/O event, Burke made an interesting remark: "Like lots of early stage projects, it's gonna probably pivot and morph."

I am sure arm chair CEOs already have a vision for Fuschia and pivoting will disappoint them. 🙄

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In the past few years, scientists have noticed something odd about one of these seas, the northern Ligeia Mare: radar observations of Titan’s surface have shown bright regions within the sea that appear and vanish from one flyby to the next. In acknowledgement of these features’ mysteriousness, scientists nicknamed them “magic islands”.

What could be causing these transient features? One of the more popular explanations is that streams of bubbles are being released as atmospheric nitrogen — originally dissolved in the liquid methane and ethane of the sea — separates out and rises to the surface.

Now, two scientists from the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne in France, Daniel Cordier and Gérard Liger-Belair, want to understand whether such bubbles could even form in the unique environment of Titan’s seas.

Read more: https://buff.ly/2GKab5k

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Britt McHenry blasts Chris Long over Eagles salary donation https://nyp.st/2IGDUlb

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Google’s Chrome Browser To Drop Secure Label For All HTTPS Sites
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