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Starbucks To Start Delivering In 2015

How that would work out logistically still isn't clear. "Its very early days at this but we are moving ahead, full speed ahead," said Matt Ryan, Starbucks global chief strategy officer, on the call. "The pilots are coming soon. We are going to be looking at a number of different options. There will probably be a multiple number of solutions that we go with them in terms of how we operationalize this. And at this point, we are not ready to tip our hand on that but suffice it to say we have lots of different ways of doing this in front of us and you can expect to see things in 2015."

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#ScaryStoriesIn5Words: Your worst fears realized in 5 words or less

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 40 million unique visitors worldwide and 19 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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New Outlook For Mac Now Available, Rest Of Office For Mac Updates Coming In 2015 | TechCrunch

We’ve seen leaks of a new Office for Mac 2015 suite circulate, but the new version of Outlook for Mac is already here, at least for Office 365 subscribers. The overhauled email client includes a new look and feel, as well as search that extends to archived mail (whether stored online or on corporate servers), better all around performance, push email support and more. Microsoft also took this opportunity to make its Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote for Mac updates official, announcing public beta availability beginning early next year, with a general consumer launch in the second half of 2015.

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Google’s New Droid Commander Will Keep the Robots Rolling, Experts Say

Google’s chief of robotics has resigned , but the company’s robot army remains on the march. Its new commander, James Kuffner, has the experience and vision to keep the effort going, according to experts in the field.

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Popular to-do app Any.do goes 2.0 with new collaboration and note-taking features -- AppAdvice

Whether you need to share and update a grocery list with a spouse or organize a team project with deliverables, subtasks and deadlines, Any.do 2.0 was made for easy group collaboration. Add “ketchup” to your husband’s grocery list while he’s shopping in the store, or assign tasks to team members working on a major client presentation – Any.do 2.0 let’s you easily work with others, share deliverables and notes, and assign to-dos for any task list.

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Khrushchev Visits IBM: A Strange Tale of Silicon Valley History

The management and the employees both ate their in the lunchroom. Like everyone else, we picked up our utensils and went to the window where they give out the meals, they put our food on our plates, and we went back to whatever table we chose, and once we had eaten that dish we could repeat the procedure and get another dish. It was a democratic arrangement. I think the management was deliberately trying to make a demonstration of democracy, and I admit that I liked it very much. In my speeches later on [back in the USSR] I promoted and encouraged this kind of food service for our factories: there was nothing superfluous anywhere in the operation. The surface of the tables in the lunchroom was plastic. All you had to do was wipe it with a damp cloth and the table was clean. I was informed that the director of the factory also ate in that lunchroom. Unfortunately, in our country at many factories there are separate lunchrooms for the management and for the workers. A huge staff of service personnel has to be kept up. The service is no better for all that; actually, it’s worse. There are long waiting lines constantly, and the workers mutter their dissatisfaction against the way the lunch break is organized.

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IBM teams with Chinese ISP Tencent to advance cloud portfolio | ZDNet

"As 'Internet mode' has become mature gradually, Tencent has expected that such mode can be deeply applied into the industries and also promote the development and reform of the industries," said Tang Daosheng, senior EVP of Tencent Group. "Tencent has a stable and reliable cloud computing platform, whereas IBM has accumulated abundant industry knowledge and experience by providing long-term services for enterprise-level customers, so in the future, both parties will work together to bring Internet mode to more enterprise-level clients based on cloud computing." 

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Microsoft launches redesigned Outlook for Mac, announces new Office for Mac coming next year

While the new Outlook for Mac was clearly ready to be pushed out early, Microsoft is still working on the other four main Office for Mac applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. The company is sharing today that a public beta for the next version of Office for Mac will be released in the first half of 2015. The final release will arrive in the second half of 2015.

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BioShock Infinite: Complete confirmed for Nov. 4, mostly

BioShock Infinite is a first-person shooter set in 1912 where players assume the role of former Pinkerton agent Booker DeWitt, sent to the flying city of Columbia on a rescue mission. His target? Elizabeth, imprisoned since childhood. During their daring escape, Booker and Elizabeth form a powerful bond -- one which lets Booker augment his own abilities with her world-altering control over the environment. Together, they fight from high-speed Sky-Lines, in the streets and houses of Columbia, on giant Zeppelins and in the clouds, all while learning to harness an expanding arsenal of weapons and abilities.

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Facebook Experiment Increased Voting by Showing Users More News Articles

This isn’t the first time Facebook has studied the social network’s impact on voting habits. In 2010, it found that users were more likely to vote when they saw their friends had clicked an “I Voted” button on their news feeds.

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J.K. Rowling explains her inspiration for Delores Umbridge

In exploring Umbridge's backstory, Rowling reveals that the character herself is a half-blood, having left her muggle mother and squib brother at age 15. After quickly rising in the Ministry of Magic, Umbridge helped her father into early retirement, as she found his floor mopping position to be embarrassing. The author likens Umbridge's actions to be "every bit as reprehensible as Lord Voldemort's unvarnished espousal of evil."

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This Ambulance Drone Can Fly Into Trouble With First Aid | TechCrunch

A Dutch engineer has created a flying defibrillator for emergency situations. The drone, called the Ambulance Drone, would be stationed at various points in the city. In an emergency, people on the scene can call it in and it arrives a few seconds later. The built-in defibrillator unit can be used by anyone and it allows doctors to monitor the situation after the shocks are administered.

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Your next fridge could charge all your mobile devices

Energous is currently focused on powering small mobile devices rather than laptops that require charging capacities greater than 4 watts. Energous has also created a mobile app that manages which devices are authorized to connect to a WattUp wireless charging router. Holmes said one key market for the transmitters would be mini-refrigerators for college dorm rooms because students tend to be the biggest users or new mobile tech that requires charging.

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Watsi is looking for a summer engineering intern!

The engineering team is small, but with big responsibilities, as we’re building a platform that connects donors directly with patients around the world. We’re all full-stack engineers who believe in end-to-end ownership of products, as we manage anything from rows in databases to pixels on the screen. We believe in testing everything from code to design and aspire to create the best experience for all of Watsi’s users. Our stack is Rails, Backbone.js, SCSS, Postgres, Redis, Sidekiq, Heroku, RSpec, and Jasmine.

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Facebook becomes directly accessible through Tor’s anonymity network

Muffett also explained that Facebook now provides an SSL security certificate that cites its .onion address: “Issuing an SSL certificate for a Tor implementation is — in the Tor world — a novel solution to attribute ownership of an onion address; other solutions for attribution are ripe for consideration, but we believe that this one provides an appropriate starting point for such discussion.” The .onion address doesn’t provide access to Facebook’s mobile-optimized site, by the way.

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Take-Two reports slight bump in revenue for Q2

Take-Two reported $126.3 million in revenue for the second quarter (ending September 30), a slight increase compared to the $125.4 million in revenue the publisher reported last quarter. It also represents a 15.1 percent decline compared to the same quarter last year, a period that itself didn't benefit from the launch of GTA 5 , but rather The Bureau: XCOM Declassified and Borderlands 2 GOTY . By comparison, Take-Two didn't have many releases in the past quarter, save for three mobile games: Civilization Revolution 2 , BioShock and WWE SuperCard . The company also reported a net loss of $41.4 million for the quarter, representing a 66.7 percent improvement year-over-year, yet a 16.9 percent decline from its net losses for the last quarter ($35.4 million). With games like NBA 2K15 , WWE 2K15 , Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and Civilization: Beyond Earth arriving during the following quarter, Take-Two increased its non-GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) net revenue projections from $745 million to $760 million for Q3 2015. [Image: Take-Two]

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The Desk De-Cluttering Guide For People Who Hate This Kind Of Thing

All-or-nothing thinking can derail your efforts, Galt says. Even if you can’t achieve a completely clear desk every day, shoot for tidy and organized, so you at least know where your files are and what needs to be done most immediately. She admits that she doesn’t achieve a completely clear desk. But as long as you have a system that keeps clutter under control and works for you, that’s perfectly fine, she says.

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Steve Jobs On Android Founder Andy Rubin: 'Big, Arrogant ..."

"It got incredibly personal," says one Apple executive who was briefed by Jobs on the meeting. "Jobs said that Rubin was steamed, telling him his position was anti-innovation. And this is where Steve was demeaning to Andy, saying Andy was trying to be like him, look like him, have the same haircut, the same glasses, the same style."

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Topshop's skinny mannequin pissed off a lot of people

LONDON — Topshop has found itself at the centre of controversy this week after a shopper tweeted a photo of an in-store mannequin with long, skinny legs.

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Halo 5: Guardians Armor Unlocks from Halo: The Master Chief Collection Revealed – IGN First - IGN

Finally, 343 wanted everyone to know that what you see here is "early high-res armor development. Materials [are] not representative of final in-game model." In other words, they'll look appropriately battle-scarred, worn, and/or dirty when they're done.

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Avengers: Age of Ultron Mark Ruffalo Says There's a Confrontation Coming Between The Hulk and Banner - IGN

Ruffalo: There's more of him.  Banner and Hulk kind of have come to a detente. [Laughs] We left the last time with this idea that I’m always angry and therefore I have some control over it. But with anger, when you think you have control over it, you absolutely don’t. And so there’s still a wrangling going on. There is a confrontation brewing between the Hulk consciousness and the Banner consciousness that I think we’re starting to head into right now.

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Elementary: "Enough Nemesis to Go Around" Review - IGN

"Enough Nemesis to Go Around" didn't ring in Season 3 in an overly exciting manner, but I did really enjoy the fact that Joan had managed along just fine without Sherlock. It's both a testament to his instruction and her adeptness. And it really helped sell one of this show's main hooks which is Joan wanting to be a detective. While other Holmes/Watson incarnations focus Watson being a friend, medic, and put-upon backup, Elementary has elevated the character into someone with loftier aspirations and a temperament that dictates she not give a damn about Sherlock given the way he treated her.

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Evernote Rolls Out Its New “Work Chat” Feature | TechCrunch

Evernote has rolled out a new “Work Chat” feature to its web and mobile applications which allows users of its online note-taking and collaboration software to discuss ideas and projects directly in the Evernote interface itself, instead of having to shift those conversations over to email. Additionally, when you email a note to someone, it will now show up in Work Chat automatically, allowing you to keep a permanent history of your communications.

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Spain orders Google to pay news publishers a tax for search results

The law, lobbied for by Spain’s AEDE group of news outlets, goes into effect on January 1, 2015, but it doesn’t yet specify how much aggregators and search engines could be charged. Google’s Spanish division responded saying it was disappointed with the decision, and will work to help news publishers in the country increase income.

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Microsoft Band Isn’t a Fitness Tracker, It’s a Trojan Horse for Software

Zulfi Alam, a Microsoft general manager, and Matt Barlow, with the hardware marketing department, also said in the briefing that the company wants to get its software into as broad use as possible. Band’s purpose is to kickstart that process. They suggested the company eventually could offer the machine-learning software behind its Health app to makers of other fitness devices, and possibly the technology built into the device as well.

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Health Insurance Marketplace: Enroll for 2015 Healthcare Coverage

Before you apply for coverage, learn what you need to know about the Marketplace and find out if your income may qualify you to save money on coverage Remember, Open Enrollment for 2015 coverage runs from November 15, 2014 to February 15, 2015.

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Tim Cook Speaks Up

I don’t consider myself an activist, but I realize how much I’ve benefited from the sacrifice of others. So if hearing that the CEO of Apple is gay can help someone struggling to come to terms with who he or she is, or bring comfort to anyone who feels alone, or inspire people to insist on their equality, then it’s worth the trade-off with my own privacy.

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Evolution in Action: Lizard Moving From Eggs to Live Birth

Noah's flood, as referred to in the Bible, caused MUCH of the "evolution evidence" being used to claim evolution as truth.  If the earth is billions of years old, how fast was it spinning back then?  Cause it is losing speed and at the rate it is losing, the earth would have spun too fast for life to exist!  The moon is moving further away from the earth.  If the earth is billions of years old, the moon would have been touching the earth - the tidal waves would have been immense.  The sea is getting saltier and saltier - billions of years ago, it would have been a lake of salt at the rate it is going.  Jesus said:  I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.  If there is no Jesus in your life, there will be no truth in your life even if you REALLY REALLY REALLY want to believe that you can discern truth from lies.  satan is a deceiver and he deceives many.  That's what makes us Christians different:  we walk by faith and not by sight.  And on top of that, God has given us PLENTY of evidence to see Him as Creator.  Any design, demands a Designer.  Creation demands a Creator.  How can NOTHING explode into SOMETHING, hhhmmm???  Something had to exist to cause an explosion.

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Eleven countries studied, one inescapable conclusion – the drug laws don’t work

At the same time, it notes there have been significant reductions in the number of drug users diagnosed with HIV and Aids at a time when drug-related deaths have remained stable: “These outcomes cannot be attributed to decriminalisation alone, and are likely to have been influenced by increases in the use of treatment and harm reduction,” it says, stressing that it is difficult to disentangle the impact of decriminalisation from wider improvements in drug treatment and harm reduction over the same period.

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YouTube now supports 60fps playback, and video games look amazing

You've never watched YouTube quite like this: today the company began rolling out support for higher video frame rates like 60fps. We've seen movie trailers and other special clips appear with higher fps counts before, but now it works for regular user uploads, too. To see the smoother motion, you'll need to be watching in either 720p or 1080p HD. Both Chrome and Safari 8 worked fine in our tests, but we're seeing mixed results with mobile browsers. Once you hit play, the difference is immediate and hugely noticeable — especially when you're watching video game footage.

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7 Celebrity-Endorsed Startups That Totally Bombed | TechCrunch

You have a team. You have funding. You have a product. And you have a celebrity backing your company. What could go wrong? Lots, apparently.  A lot of things can go wrong .

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Archaeologists Make Incredible Discoveries In Tunnel Sealed 2,000 Years Ago

This May 22, 2014 photo released by Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), shows sculptures and shells unearthed by investigators at the Teotihuacan archeological site in Mexico. Mexican archaeologists have concluded a yearslong exploration of a tunnel sealed nearly 2,000 years ago at the ancient city of Teotihuacan and found thousands of relics. Teotihuacan dominated central Mexico centuries before the rise of the Aztecs in the 14th century. (AP Photo/Proyecto Tlalocan, INAH)

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How The Most Successful People Conquer Burnout

After several years of head-down-focused work, day in and day out, you’ll start to feel the rigorous training you’ve forced your body to adopt has taken a toll. You’ll either push through or hit the wall hard. The most successful people have all dealt with this life-work challenge at some point. Below, seven of them share what they did to reset and recover.

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The 10 Hottest Restaurants in Denver Right Now

It's been an unprecedented year for Denver's dining scene — and just like the city's altitude, the buzz continues to soar. From an Uptown enticer with fantastic fried chicken to a notable newcomer in West Highland, here are 10 restaurants to move to the top of your where-to-eat-now list.

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No more needles? 7 ways scientists are attempting to move beyond shots

My needle phobia goes back to when I was 5 years old. I was at the doctor’s office with my younger sister, Lizz, when our doctor had a brilliant idea: “Why don’t we give Kate her shot first so Lizz can see how easy it is?”

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How L1 and L2 CPU caches work, and why they’re an essential part of modern chips | ExtremeTech

It might seem logical, then, to devote huge amounts of on-die resources to cache — but it turns out there’s a diminishing marginal return to doing so. Larger caches are both slower and more expensive. At six transistors per bit of SRAM (6T), cache is also expensive (in terms of die size, and therefore dollar cost). Past a certain point, it makes more sense to spend the chip’s power budget and transistor count on more execution units, better branch prediction, or additional cores. At the top of the story you can see an image of the Pentium M (Centrino/Dothan) chip; the entire left side of the die is dedicated to a massive L2 cache.

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Wearing the Microsoft Band, the next big thing in fitness tracking

I've been wearing it for two hours, and I'm still acutely aware that it's there. This is the first and most unavoidable thing you should know about the Microsoft Band: it's big, and it's heavy. It's not an object with a strap, like a smartwatch or a Fitbit; there's technology in every part of this rigid rubber band. It's not terribly uncomfortable, per se, it's just there . I don't think I'll ever stop noticing it.

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5 DIY and safe hangover cures to try this weekend

Your safest drinking bets are gin and vodka, because there's no caffeine in them , which means you're getting more fluid. Gin is "basically just vodka with juniper berry extract," Dr. Burke says, so it at least has some antioxidants from the get-go. Unlike dark liquors, vodka and gin are distilled four to five times and charcoal-filtered, which clears out some impurities.

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Jony Ive Is So Focused On Design He Doesn’t Know Apple’s Key Financial Numbers | TechCrunch

Though Ive professing not to have specific knowledge of the company’s financials might seem odd for a high-level executive reporting directly to the CEO, the celebrated designer is known for his focus on product design, and the fact that he doesn’t pay that much attention to the company’s fiscal performance is a credit to the company’s long-stated belief of putting product before a desire to make money, with the argument being that customers will reward top-quality device design.

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Inside Rent The Runway's Secret Dry-Cleaning Empire

Here's something mind blowing: there is nothing dry about dry-cleaning. It should really be called not-water cleaning. Every dress that gets "dry" cleaned comes in contact with liquid, usually solvent. Rent the Runway has three different machines for three solvents types, and another machine that does a super-delicate mist wash. If a piece is just plain dirty, sans spots, it goes through whatever machine Rent the Runway has determined will extend the dress's lifespan. (The barcode on the dress determines its fate.) The machines known as "dry-to-dry" machines also dry the gowns, after which they go through a steam tunnel that does the work of wrinkle removal, unless a dress has a lot of structure and needs personal attention.

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Is the Field of Psychology Biased Against Conservatives?

And yet the evidence for more substantial bias, against both individuals and research topics and directions, is hard to dismiss—and the hostility that some social psychologists have expressed toward the data suggests that self-correction may not be an adequate remedy. Haidt believes that the way forward is through a system of affirmative action: engaging in extra recruitment and consciousness-raising efforts for political conservatives in much the same way as for women or ethnic minorities. That approach, however, misses the fundamental nature of the problem: if the underlying issues in research aren’t addressed, more conservatives won’t help. (That’s not to mention that affirmative action is itself an ideologically fraught topic; this would be a case of one hot-button issue being used to solve another.) Instead, social psychology needs to employ the tools that the field has shown successfully reduce bias in individuals in other circumstances and apply them to ideology.

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At Penn, students can get credit for ‘Wasting Time on the Internet’

Live without dead time . — Situationist graffiti, Paris, May 1968 We spend our lives in front of screens, mostly wasting time: checking social media, watching cat videos, chatting, and shopping. What if these activities — clicking, SMSing, status-updating, and random surfing — were used as raw material for creating compelling and emotional works of literature? Could we reconstruct our autobiography using only Facebook? Could we write a great novella by plundering our Twitter feed? Could we reframe the internet as the greatest poem ever written? Using our laptops and a wifi connection as our only materials, this class will focus on the alchemical recuperation of aimless surfing into substantial works of literature. Students will be required to stare at the screen for three hours, only interacting through chat rooms, bots, social media and listservs. To bolster our practice, we’ll explore the long history of the recuperation of boredom and time-wasting through critical texts about affect theory, ASMR, situationism and everyday life by thinkers such as Guy Debord, Mary Kelly Erving Goffman, Betty Friedan, Raymond Williams, John Cage, Georges Perec, Michel de Certeau, Henri Lefevbre, Trin Minh-ha, Stuart Hall, Sianne Ngai, Siegfried Kracauer and others.

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Former Grooveshark Execs Raise $950K For E-Commerce Customer Intelligence Startup Tandem | TechCrunch

“Being at company like Grooveshark where we had a large engineering team, we were always working together on understanding who is the user and what drives people to pay for our service,” says Moredock. “We’d run a survey, and that would be disconnected from the actual behavior of the user.” It was also difficult to then match that behavior up with what those customers were actually buying, he says. “We couldn’t get past the first dimension of data on a customer easily.”

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Published for the First Time: a 1959 Essay by Isaac Asimov on Creativity | MIT Technology Review

But why didn’t he think of it? The history of human thought would make it seem that there is difficulty in thinking of an idea even when all the facts are on the table. Making the cross-connection requires a certain daring. It must, for any cross-connection that does not require daring is performed at once by many and develops not as a “new idea,” but as a mere “corollary of an old idea.”

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Learn to read Chinese ... with ease!

For foreigners, learning to speak Chinese is a hard task. But learning to read the beautiful, often complex characters of the Chinese written language may be less difficult. ShaoLan walks through a simple lesson in recognizing the ideas behind the characters and their meaning — building from a few simple forms to more complex concepts. Call it Chineasy.

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