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[Exclusive Video] Creating Sand Castles With A Single Grain Of Sand | The Creators Project

Muniz added a rather-epiphanic thought on this project: "When someone tells you it's a grain of sand, there's a moment where your reality falls apart and you have to reconstruct it. You have to step back and ask what the image is and what it means," much like what happened to our understanding of painting when the photo was first introduced. 

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NSFW: Dudes Are Stuffing Their Penises Into Socks For Cancer Awareness

Vice's Amelia Abraham argued Thursday that the campaign is more about vanity than charity. "The only thing these cocks in socks seems to be raising are the eyebrows of bored middle-aged women on their lunch breaks and the erections of gay bloggers reveling in the explosion of this phenomenon. Also, almost without exception, everyone who's doing it is a douchebag," she wrote.

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Photographer Gets Up Close and Personal With Dog Noses

"When my first own dog, Noodles, joined us a few years ago, I felt the need to improve my photography ... I fell more and more in love with photography and call myself addicted to it now. We now have three dogs and all three of them are well trained ‘photography companion dogs’ as I call them, " Vogelsang said.

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10 Gmail Hacks to Help You Master Your Inbox

If you put a plus sign after your email address, it doesn't affect anything (for example, if your username is myaccount@gmail.com, it would be the same as myaccount+mashable@gmail.com). This can help if you're signing up for something, such as subscribing to a newsletter or a new social media account. You could sign up with the username myaccount+newsletter@gmail.com, or myaccount+socialmedia.com, then create a filter for those emails.

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Inside the greatest sci-fi film never made

I don’t think it really weighs on him, because he honestly feels that he made the film. He feels that it’s a success. When he’s talking about drawing the storyboards, he doesn’t say, "We drew the pictures," he says, "We were shooting. Moebius was my camera." So in his mind it’s really done, and that’s kind of what you’re left with at the end of that project. There’s that book. It’s not a failure because they never went out to the desert with their cameras and their crew and their cast. So it stopped at this kind of perfect moment of closure with that book. And maybe that’s as far as it was supposed to go. He said he wanted to have the film be a prophet, that he wanted the film to change the world. I mean what happens to prophets? Prophets are killed.

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Cryostasis isn’t sci-fi: surgeons will soon use suspended animation to revive gunshot victims

Later this month, surgeons at the UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburg will attempt to save potentially fatal gunshot wound victims by rapidly cooling their bodies and placing them in a state of suspended animation — although they don’t like to call it that. Surgeons prefer the term “emergency preservation and resuscitation,” but a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. If the procedure proves effective, it will buy doctors time to fix injuries that would otherwise be fatal.

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Despite 'Outrage' Over Twitter Ban, Turks Hold Off on Street Protests

It's hard to know exactly why the outrage hasn't spilled out onto the streets yet, but people on the ground in Turkey say Erdoğan is banning social media to provoke more violent protests. With Sunday's elections looming, there is a very real fear that any protests will give Erdoğan's AKP party the justification to declare martial law and cancel the elections.

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'Twitter, Mtwitter!': Turkish Prime Minister's 9 Craziest Quotes About Social Media

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UPDATED: Google begged Steve Jobs for permission to hire engineers for its new Paris office. Guess what happened next...

First, a word about Jean-Marie Hullot: Born and schooled in France, Hullot got Steve Jobs’ attention early on, and was tapped to join Jobs’ NeXT computer in the mid-1980s. Hullot rose up to VP of Engineering when NeXT was bought out in 1996, left to travel. In 2001, Jobs flew to Paris to convince Hullot to join Apple, which he did, as CTO of Applications running an Apple center in Paris for the next four years. Hullot’s team was important in laying the groundwork for the iPhone, but when Jobs decided to pull the trigger on the phone, the project moved to Silicon Valley with all of Apple’s attendant secrecy, a move Hullot didn’t want to make again. So he left Apple, along with his four engineers.

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Nadella's Microsoft: Enter the Renaissance Man

One thing Nadella was anxious to make us recognize was the unity of all things — in particular, the unity of the cloud and mobile computing. "You can't have one without the other," he said. He promised that Microsoft products would simply work everywhere on every device; he made no bones about using the names "iPad" and "iPhone" where his predecessors might have said "tablet" or "smartphone"; he spoke in lofty terms of "ubiquitous computing and ambient intelligence" as the basis for everything Microsoft does going forward.

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Tesla Adds Titanium Underbody Shield and Aluminum Deflector Plates to Model S

In 2013, two extremely unusual Model S collisions resulted in underbody damage that led to car fires. These incidents, unfortunately, received more national headlines than the other 200,000 gasoline car fires that happened last year in North America alone. In both cases, the occupants walked away unharmed, thanks to the car’s safety features. The onboard computer warned the occupants to exit the vehicles, which they did well before any fire was noticeable. However, even if the occupants had remained in the vehicle and the fire department had not arrived, they would still have been safely protected by the steel and ceramic firewall between the battery pack and the passenger compartment.

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The Uniform That Makes Soldiers' Body Heat Invisible to Enemies

American soldiers may soon be able to hide their body heat from any enemy who uses a thermal imaging device to find them. A new turkey suit breaks up heat waves that wash off a person's body so the pattern of those waves blend in with the heat waves of the surrounding environment.

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Brain Freeze: The Science of Procrastination (And How to Fight Back)

For a few people, this may be true. But if we look a little deeper into why it happens, we can begin to see that it is actually our “smart” brains that make it happen. And once you understand the true nature of the problem, you can make sense of all the advice to “stop procrastinating!”

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20 'Edible' iPhone Covers

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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The Last of Us coming to PS4 this summer with improved graphics

A PlayStation 4 port of highly acclaimed title The Last of Us will launch sometime this summer, a Sony spokesperson has let slip. Talking on CNN Turk's Multiplayer gaming show, a PlayStation exec claimed the port will have better graphics than the PS3 version, and will be available both digitally and physically. PS4 copies will apparently include the Left Behind single-player DLC, so newcomers get the whole story upfront, and diehards get to replay a prettier rendition. Additional single and multiplayer content is in the works, too, but even a straight port should keep most superfans happy while they wait for the movie .

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Report: 97% Of Mobile Malware Is On Android. This Is The Easy Way You Stay Safe

Strangely F-Secure didn’t reveal figures for Amazon’s Apps for Android store, but other third party Android stores didn’t fare so well. Mumayi, AnZhi, Baidu, eoeMarket and liqucn were found to have 6%, 5%, 8%, 7% and 8% malware penetration respectively and an appalling 33% of apps were infected in Android159. Repacked or faked games were the big target and since it isn’t difficult to taint an app with malware the message is simple: steer clear of third party app stores that don’t have the resources to effectively scan and police their libraries.

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8 Key Takeaways about Social Media and News

As news organizations  work to understand how consumers interact with digital news, the Pew Research Center’s Journalism Project, in collaboration with the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, delved into how news is functioning in the social media space. Here, Pew Research pulls together eight key takeaways on what we learned in 2013 and early 2014 about social media and news.

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This Little-Known iOS Feature Will Change the Way We Connect | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

Apple gives a good high-level overview of how the Multipeer Connectivity Framework works on its developer site . Basically, your phone goes through separate discover and session phases. In the former, the app browses for other users nearby while simultaneously broadcasting to peers that it is available to connect to. This allows you to be invited into a “session” with multiple users all daisy-chained together. Once a session invitation is accepted, you can directly communicate with those other users independent of a cellular signal or Wi-Fi access. This creates what’s known as a wireless mesh network.

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Facebook Will Build Drones and Satellites to Beam Internet Around the World | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

According to post on the website by Internet.org — a consortium that also includes such tech outfits as Samsung, Ericsson, Nokia, and Qualcomm — the new Facebook lab is exploring the possibility of using solar-powered high-altitude planes to provide internet access in suburban areas. These could “stay aloft for months, be quickly deployed and deliver reliable internet connections,” the site says. Then, for more remote areas, the lab is looking towards low-orbiting satellites. In both cases, it aims to beam internet access to the people using what’s called free-space optical communication, or FSO. Basically, this is a way of transmitting data through infrared lasers.

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This MIT Nerd Built A 'Sugar Baby' Dating Empire That Some Say Is Simply Prostitution

When Business Insider talked to Wade, he told us how he got into paid dating in the first place, and how he met his wife, after years of being too shy to even talk to women. He also gave us some personal pictures from his early life to illustrate his story.

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Amazon Exploring Free Streaming Content Service, Report Says

A streaming service would bring Amazon into the same competitive space as major media players like Comcast, which has been preparing its own streaming box, and Netflix. However, since it is free and supported by advertising, Amazon would also be entering the increasingly crowded field of digital advertising.

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The latest trailer for 'Jupiter Ascending' is heavy on comic book action

The Wachowskis have demonstrated a penchant for stylized and comic book-ish sci-fi, but  the latest trailer for their next movie —  Jupiter Ascending — shows that they may have outdone themselves. The colorful trailer fleshes out the back story of lead character Jupiter Jones, played by Mila Kunis, as she's pulled from a life of toilet cleaning by half-man half-wolf hybrid Channing Tatum, before being forced to fall off buildings and participate in space battles on her way to becoming the ruler of the universe. Tatum, for his part, shows he's not human in classic Star Trek -style — by wearing too much eye makeup.

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Fighting dirty

At 46, "Terrible" Terry Norris has the lean, muscled frame of a former pro boxer. He’s just a little taller than average, with a thick, black Van Dyke framing a bright smile. Gray creeps in at the edges of his beard, but his shaved head seems the only concession to age, a paring away of the intricately razored box cut of his heyday, now some 20 years gone. These days, he teaches cardio boxing in a converted garage north of Hollywood; upstairs, he shares a loft with his wife, Tanya, who also teaches and runs his gym. During classes he looks fit and powerful, his fists still preternaturally fast. Only when he speaks, in a low, raspy murmur bordering on unintelligible, do you wonder at the damage he’s suffered.

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Government Snooping Is Bad for Business | MIT Technology Review

There is a risk that the Internet could fracture into smaller national networks, protected by security barriers. In this view, Brazil’s new cable is akin to China’s Great Firewall (that country’s system for censoring Web results), or calls by nationalists in Russia to block Skype, or an unfolding German plan to keep most e-mail traffic within its borders. Nations are limiting access to their networks. The result, some believe, could be the collapse of the current Internet.

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Google and Facebook Team Up to Modernize Old-School Databases | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

That’s why Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google have teamed up to create what they call WebScaleSQL , a custom version of MySQL designed just for large scale web companies. Their changes to the database will be open sourced, meaning they’ll be freely shared with the world at large, and the companies plan to contribute their changes back to the original MySQL project. “Our goal in launching WebScaleSQL is to enable the scale-oriented members of the MySQL community to work more closely together in order to prioritize the aspects that are most important to us,” Facebook’s Steaphan Greene writes in a blog post announcing the project this morning.

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Spouses in Happy Marriages Cheat. What Are We All Looking For?

Perel: Both. It became clear that we could either go into crisis mode and end it or go into crisis mode and renew. And that is one of the most hopeful sentences a betrayed partner can hear when they come into my office the day after they find out and they are in a state of utter shock and collapse: I say, your first marriage may be over, and in fact I believe that affairs are often a powerful alarm system for a structure that needs change. And then people say: But did it have to happen like that? And I say: I have rarely seen anything as powerful lead to a regenerative experience. This is a controversial idea, but betrayal is sometimes a regenerative act. It’s a way of saying no to a rotten system in need of change.

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Batman's New Villain Is Arkham Knight

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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How Sleep Deprivation Drives The High Failure Rates of Tech Startups

I work in my sleep now. I fall asleep most nights writing and rewriting opening lines and first paragraphs in my head. And every morning before I wake, I am somehow still writing sentences in my head, twisted into my sheets while comparing arguments and searching for counter-arguments that could undo a whole story. This is probably not a good habit to be in, but taking work along to bed has become commonplace in the age of the self-funded permalance entrepreneur. A 2008 survey found  51% of small business employees saying they work in their sleep , and of those close to 70% try and apply the things they’ve dreamt about to their jobs the following day.

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16 Photos of Unique Perspectives From Mashable Readers

We asked Mashable readers to show us new ways to see the world by taking photos of ordinary objects from unique perspectives. Readers submitted a plethora of photos, ranging from close-ups of pets to fireworks viewed through bubbles. Check out some of our favorites below.

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West Antarctic Glaciers Speeding Toward the Sea, Study Finds

Illustrating the high stakes involved in the fate of West Antarctica, the study found that these six glaciers contributed about 10% of all the global average sea level rise that occurred between 2005 and 2010. If all six glaciers were to melt completely (which is not expected to happen during this century), global average sea level would rise by a catastrophic 3.9 feet, the study said.

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Community Post: Ranking All 287 Wrestlemania Matches Ever

This match was far from the best in the Mysterio-Guerrero catalog, but it was pretty cool that this pairing that started in Mexico and progressed through ECW and WCW ended up opening a Wrestlemania card. And let’s be honest, these two on their worst day were still better than most guys at their best. A part of what made Guerrero such an all-time great was his ability to just as fluidly work as the bullying big man in a match like this as he could pull off the diminutive under dog part in his feud a year earlier against Brock Lesnar. Guerrero worked suplexes and submission holds here against Mysterio’s speedy hit and run offense and roll ups. It was a thing of beauty when Guerrero transitioned his Three Amigo vertical suplex series into a an Alabama Slam attempt, which Mysterio reversed into a headscissor takeover, into a 619 attempt, which Guerreroo dodged en route to a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. This was a throwaway sequence in a Mysterio-Guerrero match, the likes of which so few guys of equal or bigger stature could ever engineer. In the end, Mysterios got the shock pin off a hurricanrana out of a power bomb attempt, capping an elite ‘Mania opening match.

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15 Terrifying GoPro Videos to Make Your Heart Skip

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Government requests to Google have more than doubled in the past four years

Google released its latest transparency report today, revealing tens of thousands of law enforcement requests from across the world. In the second half of 2013, the report lists more than 27,000 requests for user data from around the world, affecting more than 42,000 different accounts. It's a 120 percent jump in requests over the past four years, something legal director Richard Salgado attributes the jump to "more and more governments start[ing] to exercise their authority to make requests" in the years since the company began reporting.

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An Inexpensive, Lensless Camera Can Fit In Just About Any Device | MIT Technology Review

While there are other lensless camera projects out there, such as one created by Bell Labs (see “Bell Labs Invents Lensless Camera” ), Gill believes the one Rambus is working on is less complex and can be made much smaller. The technology used to make it is similar to the CMOS technology used to construct computer chips, so it could be manufactured within an array of chips while adding just a few cents to the overall cost of each chip.

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The Biggest Parties in Secret Service History (That We Know Of)

Plenty of others have leveled similar charges against the Secret Service for well over a decade. The accusations stem from agency parties and other forms of misconduct (though they're hardly the only ones), so we decided it was high time to round up some of the most flagrant incidents, below.

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Scientists just took a major step toward making life from scratch

But wholly engineered designer yeast isn't on its way just yet. There is a lot more work to do before researchers can truly explore the treasure trove of applications that this technique will engender, because yeast has more than one chromosome. In fact, it has 16. "It's unlikely that we will revolutionize an industry by rearranging a single chromosome," says Boeke. But the scientists might be able to revolutionize a number of industries if they can synthesize the whole set. "Ultimately we want to do this with all 16," Boeke says, which should take the researchers another two to three years. "That's when it will become really interesting and powerful, because we will be able to do a lot more when we can control all of its genes."

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Virtual Reality Pioneer Jaron Lanier Talks Facebook's Oculus Deal

Lanier knows something about the challenges of making a virtual reality company a success. He founded VPL Research in the early '80s to work on making virtual reality, well, a reality. The company's developments included networked 3D graphics, a "data glove" allowing the wearer to interact with a virtual environment and a head-mounted image-processing device.

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Statoil | Partner Webcast | MIT Technology Review

Jonathan Matthews is Vice President of Statoil Canada’s Heavy Oil Technology Centre (HOTC) and is located in Calgary. The primary focus of the HOTC is on delivering innovative technologies that will help make Statoil’s Kai Kos Dehseh Oil Sands Partnership (KOSP) profitable while supporting continuous environmental performance objectives. Prior to joining Statoil, Jonathan spent 20 years working in the Canadian Oil Sands with Shell Canada and Syncrude Canada in various technical and leadership roles. Jonathan graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Geological Engineering degree and a Master's of Science. He is a member of the Association for Professional Engineers, Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and has provided leadership to various initiatives in the Canadian oil sands.

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Journalists, media under attack from hackers: Google researchers

Both researchers declined to go into detail about how Google monitors such attacks, but said it "tracks the state actors that attack our users." Recipients of such emails in Google's Gmail service typically receive a warning message.

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http://socialmediatoday.com/stephaniefrasco/2291856/socially-stephanie-facebook-advertising-declining-organic-reach

Oh, and one last thing. Remember when I said there are other ways to utilize Facebook beyond the Fan page? To be truly successful in this new Facebook age, you are going to have to have amazing content to share from your website. This is content that people will want to share on Facebook for their friends to see. This is blog content. This is video content. This is visual content. This is what will drive real engagement. Why? Because personal profiles aren't limited to organic reach. If a real person shares your content, their friends will see it and engage with it. Bingo! So spend some of that money investing is awesome content that will make its way around Facebook organically from person to person.   Well, you have some decisions to make! Good luck and keep me posted. Socially, Stephanie

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New Payments Startups Face An Uphill Battle To Disrupt The Credit Card Processing Industry

BII The credit card industry processes a massive volume of transactions — about $4 trillion this year in the U.S., according to BI Intelligence estimates. With so much money in play, it's no wonder that a host of startups are trying to carve out a niche for themselves and offer services to merchants and consumers that will rewrite the value they get from every credit card payment.

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The First Android Apps for Wearable Devices Are Taking Shape | MIT Technology Review

If smart watches are to gain mainstream acceptance, they’ll also need to be well-designed. In a talk last week, Jim Wicks, lead designer of Moto 360, says the first priority was making sure consumers would actually want to wear the smart watch. Not all early wearable gadgets have passed that bar: Google Glass has been hampered by reactions that it is bizarre, geeky, and downright creepy. Those reactions have, in turn, limited developers’ appetite for writing Glass apps.

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Samsung's New Ultra HD TV Is 105 Inches of Curvy Excess | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

The terms “Ultra HD” and “4K” are usually interchangeable, but that’s not the case with this TV. It has a resolution of 5120 x 2160, so it’s actually higher-resolution than 4K on one axis. But while a 21:9 display combined with a sharp picture and a concave screen should create a more cinematic experience, the problem is finding content that’s a direct match for this TV’s resolution and aspect ratio.

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The Complete iOS 7 Developers Course | Cult of Mac Deals

John was the lead iOS developer at Fast Society and Cameo until he started BitFountain in 2012. He’s contributed to apps that have appeared in TechCrunch, Mashable and the New York Times. At BitFountain, John oversees all projects from a technical and strategic perspective. Before becoming a techie John was a student at Boston College and a researcher in Biophysics at Harvard.

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Victory for free expression in Turkish court | Twitter Blogs

Freedom of speech and expression and the right to spread thoughts and opinions are fundamental rights and freedoms, which are under the Constitutional protection similar to all democratic countries. In this respect, everyone has the right to express their thoughts and in all possible ways they wish. No one may be forced to express their thoughts and opinion for any reason and purpose, and no one shall be censored or accused for that reason. Governmental bodies should avoid all acts and actions which restrict such freedom of people.

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Obama Reportedly Calling for End to NSA's Bulk Call Data Collection

These call records would stay with phone companies instead, and they wouldn’t need to retain the data for any longer than the 18 months that federal regulations normally require. The NYT reports that under the terms of the legislative proposal, the NSA will only be able to access specific records by seeking permission from a judge who needs to determine whether the standard of suspicion has been met, and via a new kind of court order.

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Twitter Now Lets You Tag Photos And Create Tweet Albums

Tagging photos on Twitter works almost exactly as it does on Facebook. When you select a photo, you’re prompted to tap on “Who’s in this photo?” and then type and select the name of the person you want to tag. Users will receive notifications if they're tagged in a photo; however, if the person sharing the photo doesn't use the @-mention, the user’s name will appear next to the photo as it does on Facebook. If you don't want to be tagged in photos, you can configure your photo tagging options under the security and privacy settings on Twitter.

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52 #Unplug: How to Work Hard and Still Have a Life
53 http://www.algemeiner.com/2014/03/27/victim-breaks-down-in-footage-from-aftermath-of-brutal-anti-semitic-attack-in-france-photos/
54 Join Us At Macworld 2014 [Liveblog] | Cult of Mac
55 See-through iPhone Patent Will Help You Walk and Text
56 Safety Board Reminds Pilots to Not Land at the Wrong Airport
57 8 Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List
58 Ford to Cadillac: There's Another America Out There
59 Reality Show Tricks Women Into Dating Fake Prince Harry
60 Crave giveaway: 13-CD boxed set of US Beatles albums - CNET
61 Why CIOs Need To Think About The Internet Of Things
62 A UNC Student Got an A- for a 146-Word Plagiarized Essay
63 New Windows Phone 8.1 video reveals Start screen backgrounds, parallax view
64 https://readmill.com/epilogue
65 Japanese Giant Mitsui Leads $60M Investment In A Startup That Turns Pollution Into Pure Money
66 How Sleep Deprivation Drives The High Failure Rates of Tech Startups
67 Game Developers on Oculus Acquisition: From Feeling Validated to 'The Wrong Direction'
68 After seven years, exactly one person gets off the gov’t no-fly list
69 WATCH: Why You Need Anger Will Surprise You
70 Lint
71 The VR Facebook of tomorrow is here today!
72 The First Synthetic Eukaryotic Chromosome | MIT Technology Review
73 Join Us At Macworld 2014 [Liveblog] | Cult of Mac
74 How To Prevent People From Tagging You In Twitter Photos
75 Microsoft beefs up customer privacy policy
76 Amid the Rubble, 'Comfort Dogs' Bring Hope to Mudslide Rescue Workers
77 Warning: These Perfect Loop Gifs Will Hypnotize You
78 Maker Studios' First Deal With Cable TV Brings Bart Baker to Music Choice
79 5 Common Misconceptions About Cloud Computing, Dispelled
80 Huh? Dwarf Planet Dubbed 'Biden' Points To Possible Super-Earth Beyond Pluto
81 Why Pixel Art is Totally Awesome - IGN
82 Paid App Market Is Shrinking With Stunning Speed
83 Microsoft Office for iPad review: Finally! True productivity on your tablet | PCWorld
84 Radio Is Still the Most Popular Way to Find New Music, Study Says
85 Valve’s VR Expert Michael Abrash Joins Oculus As Chief Scientist | TechCrunch
86 Cosmic Visuals Made With Light, Sound, and ... Soap? | Wired Design | Wired.com
87 'Star Wars' Invades Old Paintings, And Universe Wins
88 With Microsoft's Project Spark, Anyone Can Build A Video Game
89 How an Entrepreneur Turned the Airbnb 'XXX Freak Fest' Into a Viral Hit
90 The Folly of What Noah Preached
91 Nadella's Microsoft: Enter the Renaissance Man
92 Instagram Is Already Bigger Than Twitter On Smartphones
93 Google Naps Shows You Best Places to Snooze