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American Sniper trailer takes a breath and holds it

This trailer gives a brief, tense look at Cooper in action as he lines up a shot on a surprising pair of apparent combatants. One thing that comes across very clearly in the book is Kyle’s relationship with his unique set of skills. He’s supremely competent, but he doesn’t revel in the “most lethal” designation that his combat performance won him. As short as it is, this trailer’s flash of images and framing recon sequence successfully captures that.

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Microsoft’s ‘RoomAlive’ transforms any room into a giant Xbox game

RoomAlive builds on the familiar concepts of IllumiRoom, but pushes things a lot further by extending an Xbox gaming environment to an entire living room. It’s a proof-of-concept demo, just like IllumiRoom, and it combines Kinect and projectors to create an augmented reality experience that is interactive inside a room. You can reach out and hit objects from a game, or interact with games through any surfaces of a room. RoomAlive tracks the position of a gamers head across all six Kinect sensors, to render content appropriately.

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Social Fixer for Facebook fixes annoyances, adds features, and enhances existing functionality to make Facebook more fun and efficient

Social Fixer for Facebook plugs into your browser and improves the existing Facebook.com web site. You get to pick which features you want to use:

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12 Things Happy People Do Differently

I decided to embark on a journey to find out. I quit my job, minimized my expenses, went to Hawaii and got very serious (in a wild sort of way) about discovering what made me tick. I found out there are a lot of people like me -- young, energetic, intense, purpose-driven, but frustrated with the status quo and a little freaked out about our prospects for the future. I decided to dedicate my life to seeking out the wisdom we need to create extraordinary lives with a deep sense of purpose in a world of immense uncertainty.

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9 Books Bill Gates Thinks Everyone Should Read

Aside from a handful of novels, they're mostly nonfiction books covering his and his foundation's broad range of interests. A lot of them are about transforming systems: how nations can intelligently develop, how to lead an organization, and how social change can fruitfully happen.

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How giant websites design for you (and a billion others, too)

Facebook’s “like” and “share” buttons are seen 22 billion times a day, making them some of the most-viewed design elements ever created. Margaret Gould Stewart, Facebook’s director of product design, outlines three rules for design at such a massive scale—one so big that the tiniest of tweaks can cause global outrage, but also so large that the subtlest of improvements can positively impact the lives of many.

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Co.Design | business + design

Thanks for stopping by Fast Company’s Co.Design. Our focus is on highlighting the world’s best examples of design and innovation, working in concert. We started this site with a few simple premises in mind. First, design is a window onto the world at large, and the culture we live in. Designers create objects that meet some unrecognized need. All businesses strive to do the same thing.

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Bill Gates Wants To Change How We Teach History In High Schools

The program launched in 2011 in just five high schools, Sorkin reports, but has surged in the three years since its inception. This fall, Big History is being taught in around 1,200 schools — from Brooklyn to Ann Arbor to, Sorkin notes, Gates's alma mater, Lakeside Upper School in Seattle. The number of schools implementing Big History curricula is expected to continue to climb over the next two years.

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Homestar Runner returns with an insane rap tribute to fisheye lenses

Homestar Runner fans, your day has come: just as co-creator Matt Chapman  promised back in July , his seminal internet cartoon has returned with a  surprisingly hilarious new episode . The cartoon hasn't gone back to the Strong Bad emails well just yet — instead, we're treated to a classic Coach Z / Strong Bad "number one jam," complete with a music video directed and produced by The Cheat. The subject matter is as random and bizarre as ever: the song is a tribute to the fisheye lens, something that's essential to any hip-hop video — it even almost manages to make Coach Z look cool. Of course (spoiler alert), Homestar shows up at the end and ruins everything.

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Elon Musk teases Tesla 'D' unveiling on October 9th

Did you think that Tesla was done with surprises this year after name-dropping the Model 3 ? Far from it. The company's Elon Musk has just teased the unveiling of what looks like another vehicle, the "D," on October 9th. There will also be "something else" in store, he says. Just what either of those entail is still a mystery, although Musk has previously hinted that the third generation of Teslas would involve both the long-expected "budget" sedan and an SUV smaller than the Model X . There's a real possibility that you'll hear about one or both of those EVs in a week's time.

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The Inspiring Life Story Of Alibaba Founder Jack Ma, Now The Richest Man In China

Ma is a true rags-to-riches story. He grew up poor in communist China, failed his college entrance exam twice, and was rejected from dozens of jobs, including one at KFC, before finding success with his third internet company, Alibaba. 

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The $1,200 Machine That Lets Anyone Make a Metal Gun at Home | WIRED

When Cody Wilson revealed the world’s first fully 3-D printed gun last year, he showed that the “maker” movement has enabled anyone to create a working, lethal firearm with a click in the privacy of his or her garage. Now he’s moved on to a new form of digital DIY gunsmithing. And this time the results aren’t made of plastic.

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The 5 Best and 5 Worst Lord of the Rings Video Games - IGN

Unlike the second and third novels in Tolkien’s renowned trilogy, The Fellowship of the Ring never received a respectable video game adaptation. It’s based on Tolkien’s book, not Jackson’s movie, so it includes characters and events that were missing from the silver screen experience. But the game was developed by a handful of different developers for different platforms, and the incongruity showed in the final product in 2002. The plot is erratic, the combat is overly simplified, and some graphical problems even prevented it from running when it was released. Lord of the Rings games have come a long way since this, and (hopefully) don’t show signs of returning.

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I've Had The iPhone 6 Plus For A Week, And Everyone Who Thinks It's Too Big Is Crazy

The battery life on the phone is terrific. I got the phone eight days ago. Since then, I've charged it just four times. Four times! The phone can go two days on a 100% charge if you don't go crazy using it. If you go nuts with it, you'll probably have to charge it every 36 hours. But, if you just want to be safe and charge it overnight to 100%, you'll be good for a full day's use. 

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The best computer interface? Maybe ... your hands

"The computer is an incredibly powerful means of creative expression," says designer and TED Fellow James Patten. But right now, we interact with computers, mainly, by typing and tapping. In this nifty talk and demo, Patten imagines a more visceral, physical way to bring your thoughts and ideas to life in the digital world, taking the computer interface off the screen and putting it into your hands.

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Want to help someone? Shut up and listen!

When most well-intentioned aid workers hear of a problem they think they can fix, they go to work. This, Ernesto Sirolli suggests, is naïve. In this funny and impassioned talk, he proposes that the first step is to listen to the people you're trying to help, and tap into their own entrepreneurial spirit. His advice on what works will help any entrepreneur.

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The TheTechNewsBlog Daily

The TheTechNewsBlog Daily, by TheTechNewsBlog: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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The Greatest Ancient Picture Gallery by William Dalrymple

When they were first published in the Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society in 1829, it was clear that these precious fragments of a lost classical world were themselves of great fragility and in danger of disintegrating into a cloud of dust. John Smith, the leader of the initial hunting party that had rediscovered the caves, had carved his name across the body of a Boddhisattva, and it did not take long for word to spread that here were unprotected treasures ripe for the attention of Victorian hunters, tourists, and assorted other graffiti artists. Nine years later, Dr. James Bird, in the course of preparing a report for the Asiatic Society, “notwithstanding protestations about defacing monuments…contrived to peel off four painted figures” from the zodiac or shield, one of the finest of the paintings at the site. Before long a self-appointed Indian caretaker had set up shop in the caves and, “for a small consideration,” presented tourists with “souvenir fragments” of fresco.

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Here's how Samsung prevents its own #Bendgate

Samsung wants you to know that the Galaxy Note 4 doesn't bend and break like, ahem , certain competitors even if you sit on it over and over again. So, the company has uploaded a video showing the types of stress tests the handset goes through, like the one it released years ago for the S 3 and Note 2. This time, though, the video aggressively hints (repeatedly, even) that the Note 4's a lot tougher than the new iPhones. Similar to the tests its previous handsets had to endure, the Note 4's subjected to a three-point bend test that pushes a metal with 25 kilograms of force to the middle of the device -- you can even see the phone bend just a little during the process in the video after the break. Also, the phones apparently have to survive getting sat on by robotic buttocks that simulate the force a 220-pound person's capable of.

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25 Ways to Grow Your Social Media Presence

Don’t just use Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google Plus, and Instagram. There are tons of other social media platforms. This could mean social bookmarking sites, social review sites, and more. You can also try Foursquare and let your customers know where you are by checking into the site. Being social is about more than just the big guys.

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Overview | EF Proficiency Index

Poor English remains one of the key competitive weaknesses of Latin America. More than half of the countries in the region are in the lowest EF EPI proficiency band. Brazil, Colombia, Peru, and Chile have improved, but they still lack the large base of competent English speakers necessary for a globalized workforce. Some countries in the region, including Mexico and Guatemala, have declining English proficiency.

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30 Witchin' Pun Costumes That Will Make You Cackle

For approximately one weekend of the year, your friends will not only accept your affinity for puns, but will revel in it. Your sense of humor, typically considered groan-worthy, will be celebrated at house parties and office dress-up days. You'll be lifted into the air, your name will be cheered, you will be a god. If you do it right.

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Windows 10 will woo gamers with supercharged DirectX 12 graphics API

The story behind the story : Windows 8’s lackluster adoption is no secret, but Microsoft’s actually fighting two battles on the PC front: Beyond its need to drive happy Windows 7 and XP users to newer versions of the OS, DirectX’s gaming supremacy is being challenged by AMD’s Mantle technology. Releasing DirectX 12 with Windows 10 counters both threats and gives PC gamers—a bastion for Windows—a compelling reason to upgrade to Windows 10 when it becomes available.

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You can only buy this new Pepsi in one place - CNET

The sugar and stevia combination is a bit of a mixed message, but Pepsi is taking very little risk by launching the product on Amazon only. It doesn't have to foot the bill for wide distribution to physical stores across the country or a traditional advertising campaign. A YouTube video introducing the soda shows stevia leaves and bouncy people wearing flannel and backpacks in the wilderness. If the soda catches on, Pepsi always has the option to move it into bricks-and-mortar retail stores.

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The Steve Jobs I Knew

Later, he’d sometimes call to complain about some reviews, or parts of reviews — though, in truth, I felt very comfortable recommending most of his products for the average, non-techie consumers at whom I aim my columns. (That may have been because they were his target, too.) I knew he would be complaining because he’d start every call by saying “Hi, Walt. I’m not calling to complain about today’s column, but I have some comments, if that’s okay.” I usually disagreed with his comments, but that was okay, too.

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Mathematician Predicts Who Will Live and Die in Game of Thrones | WIRED

Game of Thrones fans love to guess what’s coming next in the hyper-violent, ultra-sexual fantasy novels from George R.R. Martin. But while most base their predictions on a close reading of the books—and a little imagination—Richard Vale is taking a different tack.

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Spiders Make for Terrible Therapists [COMIC]

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 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 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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WIRED Space Photo of the Day for September 2014 | WIRED

Mars Orbiter Spacecraft captures its first image of Mars. Taken from a height of 7300 km; with 376 m spatial resolution. India's Mars Orbiter Spacecraft successfully entered into an orbit around planet Mars today morning (September 24, 2014) by firing its 440 Newton Liquid Apogee Motor (LAM) along with eight smaller liquid engines. This Liquid Engines firing operation which began at 07:17:32 Hrs IST lasted for 1388.67 seconds which changed the velocity of the spacecraft by 1099 metre/sec. With this operation, the spacecraft entered into an elliptical orbit around Mars. Honourable Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi, was present at ISRO's Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) in Bangalore to witness this important event. Other dignitaries who were present at ISTRAC include His Excellency Governor of Karnataka, Mr Vajubhai R Vala, Hon'ble Minister of Railways, Mr D V Sadananda Gowda, Hon'ble Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, Mr Ananth Kumar, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Karnataka, Mr Siddaramaiah, Hon'ble Minister of State (Space), Dr Jitendra Singh, Hon'ble Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Mr G M Siddeswara, Hon'ble Member of Parliament, Mr Prahlad V Joshi, Hon'ble Minister of Transport, Government of Karnataka, Mr Ramalinga Reddy and Hon'ble Member of Legislative Assembly, Government of Karnataka, Mr Muniraju S.

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Vertu Aster is a luxury smartphone with 'mid-tier' price, top-tier specs

Since the launch of the Signature Touch , Vertu CEO Max Pogliani promised that "technology will be more a merging factor and not a differentiation point" for his phones. That's literally the case with the new mid-tier Aster launched today: This titanium Android device is identical to its flagship sibling device internally, just wrapped within a more contemporary and unisex design. We're looking at a 4.7-inch 1080p display, 5.1-inch 117 carat sapphire screen, 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 chipset, 13MP/2.1MP cameras (the former certified by Hasselblad), 64GB of internal storage, 2,275mAh battery, front stereo speakers, NFC, Qi wireless charging and great LTE compatibility (though no love for China, for some reason). With the specs out of the way, let's look at why this swanky phone starts from $6,900 or £4,200. Gallery | 9 Photos Vertu Aster + See all 9

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20 Most Popular Halloween Costumes on Pinterest

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Why women leave tech: It’s the culture, not because ‘math is hard’

Almost everyone I spoke with said that they had enjoyed the work itself. Most mothers added that they would have happily returned to their jobs a few months after giving birth, but their companies didn’t offer maternity leave and they needed to quit in order to have their kids. Some women felt that their work environments were discriminatory, but most reported something milder: the simple discomfort of not fitting in in an otherwise homogenous setting. It may not sound like a big deal if you’re used to being in the majority, but it was enough to drive many qualified engineers to quit.

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Go To TechCrunch Disrupt Europe: London For Free #TCDisrupt | TechCrunch

TechCrunch Disrupt is coming to London this October, and to celebrate we’re giving away a free pair of tickets to the main event. All you have to do is fill out the entry form and come up with the best caption for this photo of Kyle wearing Google Glass. We’ll select the winning entry, and the winner will be notified by email.

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We are all Hongkongers

October 1st is China's Fourth of July, the day the populous superpower shuts down its factories and turns patriotic. On the mainland, you can't walk down a street without hearing celebratory booms and seeing sparks. A pyrotechnic spectacle always lights up the waters above Hong Kong, too. Hong Kong is a tiny region that’s overseen by China, even though it has technically been governed by a separate law — "one country, two systems," as they say — since Great Britain handed it back in 1997. But because tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters have flooded Hong Kong's streets in peaceful defiance of Beijing, the celebration is off. The sky was dark.

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Deep-sea sub 'implodes' 10km-down

"And although we have learned a lot from a century or so of largely 'blind sampling' by equipment such as trawls and seabed corers (which are still fine for answering some questions in some areas), we now often require more detailed sampling and surveying, using deep-sea vehicles, to answer further questions."

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Big Data: Career Opportunities Abound in Tech's Hottest Field

What is big data? Big data is the advance in data management technology, which allows for an increase in the scale and manipulation of a company's data. It allows companies to know more about their customers, products and their own infrastructure. More recently, people have become increasingly focused on the monetization of that data. How can companies benefit by using big data; and more importantly, which industries use it? Big data is everywhere; the volume of data produced, saved and mined is mind-boggling. Today, companies use data collection and analysis to formulate more cogent business strategies. This will continue to be an emerging area for all industries. What is the current hiring landscape for big data? What are the salary ranges? Currently, tech positions in big data are hard to fill because the demand is overwhelming and the talent pool is so small. It is difficult to find job candidates with the specific skill sets needed while balancing the cost of that talent. Companies need to ensure they can make money off of the “data” to justify offering candidates a large salary.

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2016 Mazda MX-5 getting 2.0L Skyactiv engine in US, possible 'i-stop' tech - CNET

Don't get disappointed just yet. That bit I mentioned earlier about the powertrains being "specially tuned" for 2016 MX-5 may mean that Mazda has managed to wring a few extra ponies or more responsiveness out of the 2.0-liter. Even if the new MX-5's output matches the Mazda3's, the new roadster would be up 10 pound-feet of torque over the old Miata -- more torque is always a good thing for driveability. Also remember that the next MX-5 has lost a lot of weight (as much as 220lbs or 100kg), so a slight dip in stated power may not even be noticeable.

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Book Review: ‘The Innovators’ by Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson’s last book was the best-selling biography of Steve Jobs—the charismatic business genius of Apple Computer and one of the beatified icons of modern technology and entrepreneurship. Mr. Isaacson’s fine new book, “The Innovators,” is a serial biography of the large number of ingenious scientists and engineers who, you might say, led up to Jobs and his Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak—“forerunners” who, over the past century or so, produced the transistor, the microchip and microprocessor, the programmable computer and its software, the personal computer, and the graphic interface. These in turn were...

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This is what happens when 911 fails

Since January 1st, 2011, more than 400 formal consumer complaints about wireless 911 calls have been sent to the FCC. In that time, fines have been incurred just twice, both for landline phone services. They resulted from tips sent to the commission by 911 operators; none of the consumer complaints have resulted in fines. Reading them, you start following patterns: there's an accident, an emergency; 911 ends with a busy signal; occasionally, someone’s hurt. Most frequently, the issue is poor network coverage — a person in a remote area who only has access to a mobile phone can't reach emergency responders. In one, a woman from Buffalo, Kentucky, attempts to call 911 on T-Mobile about an emergency with her 17-month-old daughter. According to the complaint, multiple calls failed. When she asked T-Mobile, they couldn't tell her why.

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The 5 Stages of Grief When Flying in An Airplane Without Wi-Fi [COMIC]

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Golden Joysticks: Vote and receive XCOM free, courtesy of Green Man Gaming - CVG US

Digital distributor Green Man Gaming has once again partnered with the Golden Joysticks Awards to offer everyone who votes a free game - and this year it's Firaxis' seminal sci-fi strategy game XCOM: Enemy Unknown !

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Jeff Bezos and the Post Don't Know the Future of Media, But Are Preparing for It Anyway

Happily for The Post , the paper now has a benefactor, one who appears patient, at least for now. “I was talking to our new CEO [Bezos] and he was reminding ‘remember, the runway is a takeoff runway. It's not a runway to land on,” Prakash said. “So we have the runway, but we've got to take off. I think the money will keep coming as long as we show success, and that's our goal.”

43 Playful Education In The Age Of Video Games, Binary Thinking, And Social Media

One of the hardest things to teach in my humanities classroom at Temple University is that there are no right answers. It doesn’t matter how many times I say it. The students don’t believe me. I ask them what they think of the readings and they tell me what they think I want to hear. They fish for the correct answer. They try to identify my position.

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The history of our world in 18 minutes

Backed by stunning illustrations, David Christian narrates a complete history of the universe, from the Big Bang to the Internet, in a riveting 18 minutes. This is "Big History": an enlightening, wide-angle look at complexity, life and humanity, set against our slim share of the cosmic timeline.

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3 Radical Habits of Highly Successful Remote Teams

The physical workspace — from layout to furniture configurations to break-room — create a certain working environment that affects how you communicate and collaborate. Without those traditional areas in play, remote teams face a tougher challenge of figuring out how to work together, simply because there’s no conventional wisdom to lean on, no way to bump into someone on your way to the bathroom, no coffee break to take together.

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2016 Jaguar XE Preview - CNET

Jaguar refers to the body and suspension construction as "aluminum intensive," meaning it contains about 75 percent aluminum content, more than other mid-size premium sedans. Taking advantage of the fact that aluminum is exceptionally recyclable, Jaguar makes use of an alloy that contains recycled aluminum for some parts of the XE. Even so, the base curb weight is still 3,670 pounds (1,665 kg).

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Google Chair Eric Schmidt's 8 Rules For Running A Great Meeting

But a well-run meeting is something different. "It's the most efficient way to present data and opinions, to debate issues, and yes, to actually make decisions," Google's former CEO and current chair Eric Schmidt and former SVP of products Jonathan Rosenberg write in their new book " How Google Works ."

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Room Scheduling Startup Raises $1.5 Million From Google Ventures, Marc Benioff, Zetta Venture Partners

A year ago, a project manager at Mozilla noticed that a conference room on the seventh floor of the software firm’s San Francisco headquarters was overrun, while the other three were often empty. The knowledge came by way of EventBoard, a meeting room management app that Mozilla had recently adopted. When he looked into it, the manager realized that the popular room had an Apple TV that staff liked using for demos. He bought a few more TVs, and the traffic jam disappeared.

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Why It Makes Sense For Intel To Pull Ads From Gamasutra Over #GamerGate And Why It's Still The Wrong Move

I find the whole feminist movement in general hilariously contradictory and rather bizarre. On the one hand, you have this movement that fights for the right for women to wear whatever they want and behave however they want – no matter how “smutty” or “indecent” it may be judged to be – without question, and then on the other hand, the exact same group feels the need to question every smutty or indecent portrayal of women in every single form of media, be it movies, music videos, games… So let me posit a question to the feminists out there: A game developer faces massive criticism after it shows off a teaser for its upcoming action game, due to the fact that one of the female characters shown dresses indecently, speaks in a suggestive way and acts in a sexually provocative manner . The game developer then fires the entire predominantly male team that worked on the character, and hires an entirely female team to lead up a brand new design, in the hopes that they will redesign the character in a way that is less offensive to women. Cue Teaser 2. There is now, again, massive backlash, as the public discovers that the offending female character has got even more offensive, dressing even more indecently, talking even more suggestively and acting in an even more sexually provocative way.

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The Books We Talk About (and Those We Don't) by Tim Parks

Conversation. A shared subject of discussion. Something complex for minds to meet around. This is particularly the case when we’re talking to people we don’t know well, people we meet, as it were, socially. Of course there are plenty of other topics available. The weather. Sports. Politics. But there’s only so much that can be said about cloud formations, not everyone sees the fascinations of baseball, and politics, as we know, can be dangerous territory. Novels—or films or television dramas for that matter—offer a feast of debate and create points of contact: are the characters believable, do people really do or think these things, does the story end as it should, is it well written? The way different people respond to Philip Roth’s American Pastoral , or J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace , will tell you a lot about their personalities without anything personal needing to be said. Novels are ideal subjects for testing the ground between us.

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