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How important is NFL player consistency in #Dynasty football?

We break it down with 2017 #FSWA Finalist Bob Lung from bigguyfantasysports as we continue our strategy series.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/198295843X?ref_=pe_870760_150889320

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Not good, Microsoft.

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Mother Earth provides!
" ... A group of geo- and bioscience researchers analyzed microbes residing in soil under northern California and discovered many new potential sources of antibiotics, well beyond current sources. ..."
https://sciencebusiness.technewslit.com/?p=33589

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Would you buy a phone that folds in half?

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SysVinit 2.90 Released With Fixes & Better Support For Newer Compilers

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Have you ever considered yourself capable of manipulating gravity? When you grip an object, you are doing just that.

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos becomes world's richest man with a net worth of $141.9 bn- Technology News, Firstpost

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The brain requires nutrients just like your heart, lungs or muscles do. But which foods are best for brain health? Check this list to see what you should eat to optimize your brain power.

http://www.thehealthypage.com/5-best-foods-brain-health/

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Google Podcasts is close to launch? But we already have Podcasts available via Google Play Music.

Apparently we're getting a Google Podcasts app and here I am using Podcasts on a daily basis inside the Google Play Music app. Why do I need this? Is that because Google Play Music is eventually going away and YouTube Music will not have podcasts?

I guess the Googs does like to build two of everything.

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The speculation arrives as Samsung posts a number of graphics engineering positions on LinkedIn. #News #Samsung

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I'm so glad that smartphone manufacturers are finally innovating with hardware again.

Also glad that the notch seems to be dying a quick death.

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Apple slapped with $6.6M fine in Australia over bricked devices https://tcrn.ch/2tbnBDe

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Trump continues attacking US Journalists and mugging the leaders of allied nations while praising foreign Dictators.
His allegiances and care for the nation (edit: and its allies) are obviously secondary to his craving for praise, which he expresses by that envious adoration.
Commentators from both sides of the political divide find this disturbing and dangerous.

Trump campaigned on the promise he'd be a great president. It's more obvious than ever that he lied, because he'd much rather be an unassailable dictator.

From the article linked below:

US President Donald Trump’s praise Friday for Kim Jong-un’s authoritarian rule in North Korea – and his apparent envy that people there “sit up at attention” when the 35-year-old dictator speaks – marked an escalation of the American president’s open embrace of totalitarian leaders around the world.

[After the Singapore summit with Kim], Trump told Fox News Channel: “He’s the head of a country, and I mean he’s the strong head. Don’t let anyone think anything different. He speaks and his people sit up at attention. I want my people to do the same.”
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Whether jesting or not, no US president has been as free in his admiration of dictators and absolute power as the 45th, historians say. And Trump’s interest in the subject seems to be growing as he becomes better acquainted with some of the world’s authoritarian leaders, including Kim, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin...

“Trump has dictator envy,” said Douglas Brinkley, a presidential historian at Rice University. “You start being more attracted to people like Kim and Putin because they look like they could be presidents for life. And if they have enemies, they don’t have to resort to [former president Richard] Nixon keeping an enemies list. You just destroy your enemies’ lives with a phone call. That’s attractive to Trump.”

Trump earlier this week declared the media to be “our country’s biggest enemy,” and he has repeatedly voiced his desire to punish journalists who air criticisms of him. Trump remarked during his Singapore trip about how positive a female news anchor was toward Kim on state-run North Korean television, and joked that even Trump-friendly Fox News was not as lavish in its praise.

Trump condoned violence against protesters during his campaign rallies, and as president has encouraged jailing his political opponents and perceived enemies, including former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and former FBI director James Comey. Trump also has embraced his presidential clemency powers as a mechanism to help some loyalists, personally undoing judgments of the judicial system that he considers unfair.

“Trump has been remarkably consistent as long as he’s been on the public stage in exhibiting authoritarian instincts,” said Steven Levitsky, a Harvard University professor who recently co-authored a book on the subject, How Democracies Die. “Any time any society elects a leader with authoritarian impulses it’s a risk for democracy, but the second half of the story is society’s and our institutions’ abilities to constrain him.”

Eliot Cohen, a Trump critic and former senior State Department official under George W. Bush, said Trump “has classic traits of the authoritarian leader. The one that’s always struck me most is this visceral instinct of people’s weaknesses and a corresponding desire to be seen as strong and respected and admired.”

During his visit to Singapore, Trump showered praise on Kim, calling him a “very talented man”, a “smart guy” and a “very good negotiator”, He also complimented Kim’s “great personality.”

Trump was more muted when it came to Kim’s record of human rights atrocities. The North Korean leader starves many of his citizens, sentences opponents to labour camps and executes people he perceives as threats to his power, including assassinating family members.
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Amy Zegart, director of the Centre for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University, said Trump’s embrace of authoritarians “is a jagged and dangerous departure” in American foreign policy.

“What makes Trump’s comments so disturbing is that they reveal a president who believes in projecting American power but not American values – he believes in might but not right,” said Zegart, who co-authored with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice a book about global insecurity, Political Risk.

Link:

http://www.scmp.com/news/world/united-states-canada/article/2151110/donald-trumps-dictator-envy-full-display-latest

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#EmiliaClarke aka Daenerys Targaryen bids farewell to #GameofThrones, here's what #CerseiLannister and #KhalDrogo had to say about it.

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‘I never thought I would hear a positive spin on detaining children.’ Comics rip family separation.

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“Google’s 'Medical Brain' team has now integrated artificial intelligence to predict the death risk among hospital patients.”

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Microsoft To-Do Beta
https://www.testingcatalog.com/project/amp/834

1.34.7591.Insiders
No new changelogs

#microsoft #todo #MS #androidapp #miscrosoftapps #windows


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Y-PPA-Manager – Easily Add, Remove and Purge PPAs in #Ubuntu

https://www.tecmint.com/y-ppa-manager-easily-add-remove-purge-ppas-in-ubuntu/

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I like the idea of eight #nutrients to protect the #aging #brain, but do not forget for a moment that #exercise is absolutely critical for this. Please read my Page – Important facts about your Brain (and Exercise Benefits) to read further on this important subject.

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How Does Language Shape the Way We Think? Cognitive Scientist Lera Boroditsky Explains

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Hunting molecules to find new planets - It's impossible to obtain direct images of exoplanets as they are masked by the high luminous intensity of their stars. However, astronomers led by UNIGE propose detecting molecules present in the exoplanet's atmosphere in order to make it visible, provided that these same molecules are absent from its star. The researchers have developed a device that is sensitive to the selected molecules, rendering the star invisible and allowing astronomers to obs...

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These photos from moon orbiters in the 60’s were so hi-res that they were classified for years. Image files (if digitized—they were analog) reached as much as 2GB. The way they took and recovered them is fascinating.
#plusonly

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Best iOS-exclusive apps that are nowhere to be found on Android - Ever since the dawn of either iOS or Android, many developers have favored one OS over the other and have willingly or not developed their brainchildren as exclusive pieces of software that only one of the two camps could use.  While there are arguments favoring and against software exclusivity, we as consumers can only do so much aside from pleading and beseeching hardworking devs to port their works to the competing platfor...
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