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It’s Not Fair To Call Ozon An Amazon Clone, CEO Maelle Gavet Says | TechCrunch

Furthermore, the company has to solve for a lot of problems specific to the Russian market that some Western businesses don’t have to deal with. It’s had to build out its own logistics network, for instance, and has to deal with things like cash on delivery and expectation of always-on customer support. Gavet said that even though it’s an online commerce business, about 10 percent of orders are still placed by phone.

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There Is Lots Of Low-Hanging Fruit For Digital Health Startups | TechCrunch

As King argued, though, it’s not just about data access and medicine, but also about changing behaviours. “The biggest challenges we face in healthcare are almost all behavioral,” he noted. In the U.K. and U.S., for example, 50 percent of the medicines prescribed are not taken properly. So one clear opportunity for startups here is to build systems that help improve compliance with doctors’ treatment plans. Indeed, King argues that there is a lot of “low-hanging fruit” in this field for startups right now. He and his colleagues, for example, often still use pagers and fax machines to send alerts and exchange information.

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Taptalk CEO Onno Faber Discusses What It’s Like To Be Cloned By Facebook | TechCrunch

Taptalk is a person photo and video messaging app. Just tap or hold a friend’s profile picture to send a personal photo or video. Main features: -Personal and private, every photo or video is uniquely made for you -Send a personal picture or video by tapping or holding your friend's profile picture -See where your friend was when she took the photo or video -Add a caption before taking a …

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3 Tips On Building A Business From Tinder Cofounder Sean Rad

1. Find a problem, then a solution . “It all starts with really understanding the problem you’re solving. They’re just alert of these ideas of just building this app. Once you find out the problem, you’re able to recruit great minds who can communicate that. Our vision from day one was to solve a problem how to get to know others. Theres always oembdoy ouy want to know. But youre afraid to go uip to that person. youre afraid of tha rjeciont. Our vision from Day 1 was to solve the problem of how to get to know others. There’s always somebody you want to know, but you’re afraid to go up to that person. You’re afraid of rejection.”

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Introducing The 14 Companies Participating In Disrupt London: Startup Battlefield | TechCrunch

TechCrunch is thrilled to introduce the impressive group of companies participating in this year’s Startup Battlefield. The Battlefield serves to showcase the best and most promising early-stage startups in the industry, and this batch does not disappoint.

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Waze Co-Founder Uri Levine Says Sale To Google Went “Smooth”, 102 Of 107 Employees Stayed | TechCrunch

Discussing Waze, Levine said that he didn’t worry much about Google buying and screwing up the company. Levine indicated that he built the company “to be successful” on its own right, and not with a specific exit path in mind. Waze was, he went on to say, “on the mind of several” potential acquirers, at the time of the Google deal. So, the strategy of being somewhat blasé about a sale worked out well for the company.

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iOS 8.1 is now available, offering Apple Pay and other useful functions

iOS 8.1 is ready for download and Apple Pay is the main feature. A quick look at the change log, however, shows some welcome updates, fixes and features such as return of the Camera Roll and AirDrop support for Passbook passes.

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Apple’s Q4 Earnings and Conference Call – Live Blog

Cook gave the same defense of the iPad that he gave last quarter. There is a good point in it: What exactly is the upgrade cycle for a tablet? By suggesting that there is a cycle we don’t know, Cook is saying he expects people at some point to trade in their dusty old models for new ones. But it is, after all, on Apple to give them a reason. Thinner and lighter haven’t really done it. Will a fingerprint sensor? At the same time, Cook reminds that there are still a lot of first-time buyers.

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How to set up SMS sharing with iOS 8, OS X 10.10 Yosemite - CNET

When Apple first announced iOS 8 and its Continuity features, one of the most exciting features was SMS sharing. When this is activated, an iPhone owner will receive text messages on all of his or her Apple devices.

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This suitcase knows how much it weighs, where it is, and charges your gadgets

The really cool features come when you link the Bluesmart up with your phone. The handle acts as a digital scale, so you always know how much the bag weighs, which comes in handy when you’re approaching your weight limit and removes any concern over buying those last minute duty-free gifts. The case is secured using a digital lock, which will activate should it move too far away from the phone. It can also alert you if someone tries to tamper with your bag while you’re buying coffee. There’s even location and proximity alerts, so no matter how far away the case is, you’ve got a chance of recovering it.

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Volvo Bets Its Future on Small, Turbocharged Engines | WIRED

First, Volvo studied how its customers truly drive. The outgoing XC90 SUV had a powerful V8. Volvo found its drivers rarely pushed the engine past 4,000 RPM, and even then it was largely for heavy acceleration like getting onto the highway or trying to get home by curfew. Because V8s do their best work near the top of the rev range, Volvo customers rarely experienced the engine’s peak torque or horsepower. They did, however, experience peak gas consumption. “When the customer drives with a very heavy powertrain,” says Michael Fleiss, Volvo’s vice president of powertrain, “they’re never using the sweet spot of the engine. Instead, it’s idling all the time, running in a very inefficient area of the engine maps.”

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What's Really the Difference Between Facebook Pages, Groups and Profiles?

Pages come with a set of features that profiles and groups don't have, for example, the ability to manage notifications, messages and scheduled posts on the "Activity" tab. Pages also come with a section called "Insights," which help track of how posts are performing and who is connecting to your Page. This section shares engagement information and breaks down the demographics of the Page's fan base to help the creator understand who their fans are. In the "Settings" tab, Page owners can change visibility, choose whether they want people to post to the Page, enable messages, set up profanity filters and more.

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Fab Was Burning Through $14M/Month Before Its Layoffs And Pivot | TechCrunch

Jason Goldberg, the co-founder of Fab.com, says that the design marketplace was burning through $14 million per month at its peak before it went through a drastic round of layoffs and decision to pivot the business. Speaking at our Disrupt London conference, he said that the startup’s decision to pivot was inevitable after the company didn’t raise as much money as they had expected to.

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The Midwest Is On Track For Its Strongest Year In Startup Investing As “The Rest” Rises | TechCrunch

“The rise of the rest is not so much about us, it’s about trying to shine a spotlight on these cities,” says Case of the bus tour which wrapped up earlier in October. “It’s about how do you get investors to realize that there are opportunities in these cities. [And that] the valuations are lower for those companies than they would be if they were in New York City or Palo Alto.”

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Motorola Nexus 6 Official: Everything You Need To Know

Really disappointed in the price point. I (and my family members) have been a big supporter of the Nexus line of phones and tablets for a few important reasons. 1) Reasonably priced 2) Unlocked phone 3) First to get updates and no bloatware. The price of $649 puts it out of the ballpark for many people. I really feel betrayed by Google. I never bought the Nexus to be cutting edge but instead to have a functional, good working, reasonably priced electronic device. It looks like I will have to find another to company to give my business too. I can no longer recommend it to friends and family as a good deal for price conscious people.

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CosmEthics Is An App To Analyze The Make Up Of Your Make-Up | TechCrunch

The app includes a feature where users can submit photos of products that aren’t currently in the CosmEthics database so its team can transcribe the ingredients list to include the item. Obviously there are a vast number of cosmetics products in circulation, and more being churned out every day, so it’s unlikely to be able to offer comprehensive coverage — but Rantanen says there’s a sub-set of popular products it hopes to be able to stay on top of.

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Resilience Is Key To Success For Most Startups, According To YC’s Justin Kan | TechCrunch

Lots of startups start with good ideas, but few of them become huge successes. More important than a good idea to their success is just having the resilience required to keep going even if your idea isn’t so great, Y Combinator partner Justin Kan said at Disrupt Europe 2014.

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The e-reader lives a lonely life, and the nice Kindle Voyage won't change that

P.S. Given the low price and long live of the basic Kindle, and the eye strain I get trying to use my iPad’s projected light (versus e-ink of Kindle) as a reader, I suspect Amazon won’t see a new device purchase from me for another 5-10 years…and it will likely be another one like I have if I they still make this basic reader. But, reading 2+ books a week, mostly bought via Amazon (sometimes checked out from local library), I am sure is making them more money than that next device purchase ;).

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Apple's iOS 8.1 Is Out Now: Here's Everything New | WIRED

First, some caveats. You’ll need to have OS X Yosemite installed to take advantage of some of these features. Others require a device with Touch ID, so an iPhone 5s or higher, or a new iPad Air 2 or third generation iPad mini. If you meet those requirements, here’s what to look forward to with the free iOS 8.1 download.

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bearbin/go-paste

A paste tool written in Golang (plus some API libraries for pastebin like sites).

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How Justin Bieber Could Spoil Instagram's Plan to Introduce Ads | WIRED

It finally happened: Snapchat will now have ads. Pinterest is also experimenting with advertising, as is Instagram. All three of these companies are in the enviable position of running wildly popular online platforms, but also in the less enviable position of not having a great, obvious way to make money off of them. Ads seem like the most direct plan, but there’s a problem, a problem summed up by one man.

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Spotify launches family plan, offering up to four extra accounts at a 50 percent discount

With Rdio, three accounts on a family plan would total $22.99 (the first costs $9.99, the second 20 percent less and the third only half the original’s price.) Spotify would come in slightly cheaper at $19.98 (a $9.99 main account plus two at half-price.)

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Struggling IBM pays $1.5 billion to dump its chipmaking business

IBM designs the chips for its Power servers and mainframe computers and will continue to invest in chip research even after outsourcing manufacturing to GlobalFoundries. IBM is continuing a previously announced $3 billion investment over five years in semiconductor technology research, and the company said that "GlobalFoundries will have primary access to the research that results from this investment through joint collaboration at the Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE), SUNY Polytechnic Institute, in Albany, NY." Additionally, GlobalFoundries will become "IBM's exclusive server processor semiconductor technology provider for 22 nanometer (nm), 14nm and 10nm semiconductors for the next 10 years." Further ReadingIBM reportedly considering sale of chip manufacturing operationsMove should shed expenses without forcing IBM to exit high-end server business

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Microsoft rolls out a private Azure appliance and big freaking cloud servers

At a press event in San Francisco on Monday, Microsoft Executive Vice President of Cloud and Enterprise Scott Guthrie announced a new family of Azure products that the company hopes will drive home the message it’s trying (really hard) to send about its ability to run hyperscale, enterprise-grade and hybrid cloud computing environments. Among those products are a new Azure appliance that companies or service providers can deploy in their own data centers, and a new family of very beefy Azure cloud instances.

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Secure Messaging App Wickr Adds 22 Languages To Give More People A Private Voice | TechCrunch

The first is that it’s a recognition of how Wickr is already being used in critical situations. Nico Sell, Wickr’s co-founder and CEO, tells me that the last several weeks have seen an 800% spike of downloads in Korea as we’ve seen messaging services there take a hit, and a 300% increase in Hong Kong, site of a lot of protesting at the moment. Wickr’s user base is currently split at around 55% U.S. users, 45% international, Sell tells me. “The proportion is changing ever since we introduced Android a year ago,” she says. The Wickr app was launched first on iPhone.

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James Bond's submarine car is on sale on eBay for $1 million

Among James Bond's many glorious gadgets over the years, one that stands out even to this day is his submarine car from The Spy Who Loved Me (1977): a modified 1977 Lotus Espirit S1 sportscar that was shown driving directly from land into water. In real life, there was no such transforming amphibious vehicle: seven different cars were used to create the submarine scenes in the film — one of them being little more than an  Espirit-shaped shell wrapped around a working submarine . Now you can own one of the three other remaining land models for a fitting $1 million.  Hot Rod City , a vintage car restoration and resale shop in Las Vegas, is  selling a prop Lotus Espirit from the film  on eBay . Unfortunately, the vehicle doesn't actually drive (nor does it submerge), and isn't street legal, as the eBay listing makes clear. Yet it is the one that was used for a retracting wheel scene in the film, and even had a second moment of stardom when it was rehabbed on the History channel TV show  American Restoration . And if anyone pulls the trigger and buys this thing, they will be in good company: Elon Musk, founder of Tesla Motors,  purchased one of his own last year and said he planned to modify it so that it could transform for real.

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Number26 Is A Bank Designed For The 21st Century | TechCrunch

As a reminder, commercial banks in Europe suck. In the U.S., you can show up and open an account in five minutes. In Europe, you need to make an appointment with a bank’s local branch, bring documents and fill a lot of forms. You can also sign up online, but you’ll have to go to the post office to send documents.

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Facebook Sues Lawyers of Discredited "Co-Founder" Paul Ceglia

“This is an entirely baseless lawsuit that has been filed as a tactic to intimidate lawyers from bringing litigation against Facebook. DLA Piper, which was not part of this case at its outset or its conclusion, was involved for 78 days. Facebook and Mr. Zuckerberg claim that they were damaged in those 78 days, yet a mere 10 months after DLA Piper withdrew from the case and while the litigation was still pending, Facebook went to market with an initial public offering that valued the company at $100 billion. Today, Facebook is worth $200 billion and Mr. Zuckerberg is among the richest people in the world. We will defend this meritless litigation aggressively and we will prevail.”

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Fifa fo fum, who smells the blood of an English man?

In FIFA 15, Authentic Player Visuals come to life on a Living Pitch where everything is alive and the turf evolves at every step, plant, or slide. For the first time ever, the FIFA development team utilized physically based rendering to bring atmospheres and players to life, further blurring the line between the virtual and real world of football. The new rendering works in combination with a new player model and rigging system to make every athlete look and feel athletic, lean, and true to their natural form. FIFA 15 is played on a Living Pitch where boots and hard slide tackles will leave their mark as each match progresses; players will get mud and dirt on their kits. Other visual details including animated LED ad boards, corner flag and goal frame movement, and realistic atmosphere conditions will keep fans immersed in the game.

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CrunchBase Launching New Events Section | TechCrunch

CrunchBase, the business graph to TechCrunch’s business laugh, is launching a new feature here at Disrupt Europe in London. It’s a new events section that old CrunchBase is rolling out with some snazzy new features.

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The secret sauce of Microsoft's smartwatch: It will work with non-Windows phones

Windows Phone has a much smaller share of the market compared to Android and iOS, so any Microsoft smarwatch will have to work with non-Microsoft platforms. That fits in nicely with the company’s recent cross-platform mobile app strategy.

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Skype for Windows Phone updated with drawing tool, HD screen support, faster resume and sign in

The biggest addition in Skype 2.24 for both Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 8.1 is the new drawing tool, a feature that has arrived on Microsoft’s mobile platform first. To draw a picture, tap the “+” icon in any chat window and select “drawing.” You can also draw on top of photos as well as annotate Bing maps.

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Apple - Press Info - Apple Reports Fourth Quarter Results

Apple Reports Fourth Quarter Results Strong iPhone, Mac & App Store Sales Drive Record September Quarter Revenue & Earnings CUPERTINO, California—October 20, 2014—Apple® today announced financial results for its fiscal 2014 fourth quarter ended September 27, 2014. The Company posted quarterly revenue of $42.1 billion and quarterly net profit of $8.5 billion, or $1.42 per diluted share. These results compare to revenue of $37.5 billion and net profit of $7.5 billion, or $1.18 per diluted share, in the year-ago quarter. Gross margin was 38 percent compared to 37 percent in the year-ago quarter. International sales accounted for 60 percent of the quarter’s revenue. Apple’s board of directors has declared a cash dividend of $.47 per share of the Company’s common stock. The dividend is payable on November 13, 2014, to shareholders of record as of the close of business on November 10, 2014. “Our fiscal 2014 was one for the record books, including the biggest iPhone launch ever with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO.

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Apple sells better-than-expected 39.3 million iPhones in September quarter

The new iPhone, which comes in larger sizes and a heftier price tag, marks Apple's best product launch on record. That helped push overall smartphone sales to 39.27 million in the September quarter, beating the roughly 38 million some on Wall Street had anticipated.

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Jade Raymond Leaves Ubisoft Toronto - IGN

“I've spent 10 extraordinary years at Ubisoft, and I am proud to have been part of many of the best teams in the industry making truly remarkable games,” said Raymond. “This is one of the hardest decisions of my career, but the Toronto studio is strong and on a solid path. I’m confident that now is a good time for me to transition leadership of the studio to Alex and to pursue my other ambitions and new opportunities. Stay tuned for more on what’s next for me, but for now, I'd like to thank Ubisoft for its partnership through the years, and I wish them the very best in all their next endeavours."

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How to Uncover Blurred Information in Photographs

It's a common practice to blur or pixelate sensitive information like account numbers when you share an image online, but your info might not be as secure as you think. It takes some work, but there are ways to uncover that sensitive text.

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IBM posts 4 percent drop in quarterly revenue

IBM, which said it would announce a new operating earning per share target for 2015 in January, reported a 4 percent drop in third-quarter revenues as clients held back on spending in September.

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Justin Timberlake Shows Us How Dumb We Sound When We Use Hashtags

Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon, comedy skit best friends and the human couple equivalent of a pair of colorful striped socks, teamed up yet again to shed light on a disease that's been plaguing phone-connected humans for years now: the ridiculous overuse of hashtags .

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Tear gas is a chemical weapon banned in war. But Ferguson police shoot it at protesters.

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Ebola: A new way to learn what's going on, from experts, journalists and locals

First of all, the Ebola outbreak was completely ignored for far too long. It was talked about a little bit, but not with the seriousness that it deserved. Part of this was just lack of information: Western media weren’t talking to local media, and local media had its own oversights. But once the story did become massive, the problem then became that the Western media outlets didn’t understand the complexities of what was happening in Africa, which feeds public ignorance.

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Einstein's brilliant mistake: Entangled states - Chad Orzel

When you think about Einstein and physics, E=mc^2 is probably the first thing that comes to mind. But one of his greatest contributions to the field actually came in the form of an odd philosophical footnote in a 1935 paper he co-wrote -- which ended up being wrong. Chad Orzel details Einstein's "EPR" paper and its insights on the strange phenomena of entangled states.

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IBM wants to kill the hard drive it invented

Saving files to memory is something that's supposed to be mostly invisible for the end user. We don't need to think about it; it just has to work. But whether it's a solid-state or hard disk drive, conventional storage solutions have their limitations -- namely, speed, rewritability and durability. A team at IBM Research's Almaden facility in California has a cure for all of that and it's called " racetrack memory ."

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Are you smarter than a 19th-century 5th grader?

“A celebrated modern writer says, ‘Take care of the minutes, and the hours will take care of themselves.’ This is an admirable remark, and might be very seasonably recollected when we begin to be ‘weary in well-doing’ from the thought of having much to do. The present moment is all we have to do with, in any sense; the past is irrecoverable; the future is uncertain; nor is it fair to burden one moment with the weight of the ______ .”

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Why privacy matters

Glenn Greenwald was one of the first reporters to see — and write about — the Edward Snowden files, with their revelations about the United States' extensive surveillance of private citizens. In this searing talk, Greenwald makes the case for why you need to care about privacy, even if you’re “not doing anything you need to hide."

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IBM's new supercomputing chip mimics the human brain with very little power

IBM hasn't publicly announced any partnerships to leverage its new SyNAPSE chip yet, though discussions are surely taking place. Currently, the company's been able to build a programmable, working board with 16 of these chips working in concert -- that represents 16 million neurons capable of processing instructions that, Modha says, would traditionally be carried out by "racks and racks of conventional computers." Again, this is all done at an extremely low-powered state, which means the chips produce way less heat. It's not hard to imagine some of the immediate benefits this could bring to consumers: for instance, laptops that don't burn your lap; or even mobile phones that run for days and can process extreme amounts of environmental data.

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One more reason to get a good night’s sleep

The brain uses a quarter of the body's entire energy supply, yet only accounts for about two percent of the body's mass. So how does this unique organ receive and, perhaps more importantly, rid itself of vital nutrients? New research suggests it has to do with sleep.

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On GamerGate: A letter from the editor

If you consider yourself a GamerGate moderate, and are genuinely concerned with ethics in journalism, then I have some perhaps surprising news for you — you'd be hard-pressed to find a more interested party than the games press itself. Topics of ethics and disclosure are ... err, were frequently discussed on the GameJournoPros message board, of which I was a member. Disagreements were often the norm. Enough people had a differing view that someone shared the board's contents with a particularly one-sided journalist (who proceeded to publish the unedited logs, with email signatures and phone numbers for some members intact). Are critics of the list aware that journalists have "conspired" in this way for, literally, over a century? I live in Philadelphia, home of the Pen & Pencil Club, a similarly private social club for journalists that's been in existence since 1892. This is where journalists from the Philadelphia Inquirer, a newspaper that won 17 Pulitzers in 15 years, would get drinks with journalists from competing papers and discuss, what else? Work.

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How schools kill creativity

Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.

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55 What it takes to be a great leader
56 Love, no matter what
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58 Vice President Biden Touts Plan to Improve NYC's 'Third-World' Airports
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64 The Hidden Privacy Threat of ... Flashlight Apps? | WIRED
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71 The doubt essential to faith
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83 Half of Holiday Shoppers Say They'll Avoid Stores That Got Hacked
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85 More open-source at Microsoft? You'd better believe it
86 How The European Tech Ecosystem Is Shaping Up | TechCrunch
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