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Bootstrapping Into Brazil’s Travel Metasearch Market With Voopter | TechCrunch

Voopter is the latest Brazilian startup to raise capital abroad. “Brazilian investors offered a lot less money,” Paiva says. “Here in Brazil, what you find more than anything is angels, and we were already past that stage. The sensation I got was that the investment firms in Brazil are a lot more conservative, and Global Founders is much more aggressive. You’re going for No. 1 or nothing. And our mission in Brazil is to be the No. 1 travel metasearch engine, and now we have the resources.”

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The market suddenly hates tech stocks and no one knows why

So what’s going on here? No one seems to know. The broad S&P 500 stock market index was up about 0.4% on the week. Economic data wasn’t especially terrible. There was no major news out of the Federal Reserve, which has put policies in place that many credit for driving stocks higher.

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review - IGN

One of the most surprising aspects of The Winter Soldier is how bold Marvel is willing to be with it. Not only does the film potentially shake-up the structure of their entire cinematic universe (we won’t say why or how here, but stay tuned to IGN for more on that once the film has been released), but the creators understand the political thriller enough to get that if they’re going to do one, and do it well, then they’re going to have to introduce a strong point-of-view about something that is relevant to our contemporary world – and that they do.

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WebM support on 4chan

We decided to disallow WebM files with sound for a few reasons, but mainly because it’s our intention to provide the site with better animated images, and not true video support. To that end, we only accept WebM files with one video stream and no audio streams, that are shorter than 120 seconds long, no larger than 2048x2048 pixels, and less than 3 MB in size.

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New infrared sensor could make night vision contact lenses a reality

Night vision contact lenses may be the stuff of science fiction movies, but new research points the way to how we could some day see in the dark with our own eyes. Electrical Engineers at the University of Michigan have found a new way to sense infrared light using two layers of an atom-thick layer of carbon, known as graphene. Unlike prior methods, the substance doesn't have to be cooled to extremely low temperatures, and the device is very thin and small.

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This girl has my MacBook Air

On the side note, too many trolls are flooding the posts with hateful comments and are distracting people from finding this thief. Most of those people are putting blame on me. Calling me stupid and deserving to have these expensive electronics stolen from me. I know I shouldn’t have left my computer unattended but I had false sense of security because I go to the same coffee shop every day and I know every single employee and regulars who were there when the crime happened. But how can a decent person defend an apparent thief who came in with one motive in mind, which was to steal someone’s computer. The thief sat there for an hour looking around to find her target and did not hesitate to take advantage of the opportune moment. This could happen to anyone the moment you drop your guard a little at a public place. I’m determined to find this thief for the principle of the matter and hope that no other coders/designers/any other techies around the Bay Area who love their computer more than anything fall victim to this bottom feeding scumbag bitch.

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This is how an engineer feels when he's surrounded by idiots - CNET

A marvelous video fully expresses the contrast between an engineer's rational mind and the others he sometimes must encounter at work for whom words are the wind that powers sales.

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A Rough Guide to Spotting Bad Science

The vast majority of people will get their science news from online news site articles, and rarely delve into the research that the article is based on. Personally, I think it’s therefore important that people are capable of spotting bad scientific methods, or realising when articles are being economical with the conclusions drawn from research, and that’s what this graphic aims to do. Note that this is not a comprehensive overview, nor is it implied that the presence of one of the points noted automatically means that the research should be disregarded. This is merely intended to provide a rough guide to things to be alert to when either reading science articles or evaluating research.

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A Chinese Artist Has Done Something Incredible With Paper

Li Hongbo's mesmerizing sculptures are currently on view at Klein Sun Gallery in New York. After years of trial and error, he's perfected his method of layering thousands of sheets of paper and carving them into busts, replicas of nature and human forms.

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What's wrong with what we eat

In this fiery and funny talk, New York Times food writer Mark Bittman weighs in on what's wrong with the way we eat now (too much meat, too few plants; too much fast food, too little home cooking), and why it's putting the entire planet at risk.

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Why Doesn't America Read Anymore?

We sometimes get the sense that some people are commenting on NPR stories that they haven't actually read. If you are reading this, please like this post and do not comment on it. Then let's see what people have to say about this "story."

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Monument Valley: an iOS and Android game by ustwo

...quiet, thoughtful, and challenging to one's perception...one of my most anticipated mobile titles for 2014 GameInformer

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Wanna Build a Rocket? NASA’s About to Give Away a Mountain of Its Code | Enterprise | WIRED

This NASA software catalog will list more than 1,000 projects, and it will show you how to actually obtain the code you want. The idea to help hackers and entrepreneurs push these ideas in new directions — and help them dream up new ideas. Some code is only available to certain people — the rocket guidance system, for instance — but if you can get it, you can use it without paying royalties or copyright fees. Within a few weeks of publishing the list, NASA says, it will also offer a searchable database of projects, and then, by next year, it will host the actual software code in its own online repository, a kind of GitHub for astronauts.

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America's New Brainpower Cities

But times are changing, and educated people are increasingly heading to these metro areas, notably in the South, were job growth has been robust and the cost of living is far lower than in the San Francisco Bay Area, New York or Los Angeles. This includes New Orleans, which ties for first place on our list with San Antonio. The New Orleans metro area’s population of college graduates grew by 44,000 from 2007 to 2012, a 20.3% increase, nearly double the national average of 10.9%. (The percentage of college grads in the U.S. stood at 19.4% in 2012, up from 18% in 2007.)

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Why UPS Trucks Don't Turn Left

When better tracking systems emerged in 2001, the package delivery service took a closer look at how trucks performed when delivering packages. As a logistics company with some 96,000 trucks and several hundred aircraft, much of UPS's business can be distilled to a series of optimization problems around reducing the amount of fuel used, saving time, and using space more efficiently. (Trucks in UPS facilities park just a few inches apart with their side mirrors overlapping to save space.)

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European Parliament passes strong net neutrality law, along with major roaming reforms

This was a complex matter that came down to what should or should not be a “specialized service” that’s exempted from the general net neutrality provisions. Of course certain services need to be treated differently because of their technical requirements — ISP-provided IPTV is the classic example — but net neutrality advocates say such things should be managed and delivered through a separate channel that can’t be confused with the normal “internet” that consumers consume, such as standard web video.

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Once-Majestic Cities That Sank Beneath The Ocean

No great metropolis stands forever. Eventually, every city falls. Some due to war, others to disaster. But the saddest and most poignant ruined cities might be the ones which have been swept under the ocean. Here are some of the most beautiful submerged cities.

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Near death, explained

NDEs experienced by people who do not have sight in everyday life are quite intriguing. In 1994, researchers Kenneth Ring and Sharon Cooper decided to undertake a search for cases of NDE-based perception in the blind. They reasoned that such cases would represent the ultimate demonstration of veridical perceptions during NDEs. If a blind person was able to report on verifiable events that took place when they were clinically dead, that would mean something real was occurring. They interviewed 31 individuals, of whom 14 were blind from birth. Twenty-one of the participants had had an NDE; the others had had OBEs only. Strikingly, the experiences they reported conform to the classic NDE pattern, whether they were born blind or had lost their sight in later life. The results of the study were published in 1997. Based on all the cases they investigated, Ring and Cooper concluded that what happens during an NDE affords another perspective to perceive reality that does not depend on the senses of the physical body. They proposed to call this other mode of perception mindsight .

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Your Nest Smoke Detector Could Have A Dangerous Glitch

At Nest, we conduct regular, rigorous tests to ensure that our products are the highest quality. During recent laboratory testing of the Nest Protect smoke alarm, we observed a unique combination of circumstances that caused us to question whether the Nest Wave (a feature that enables you to turn off your alarm with a wave of the hand) could be unintentionally activated. This could delay an alarm going off if there was a real fire. We identified this problem ourselves and are not aware of any customers who have experienced this, but the fact that it could even potentially happen is extremely important to me and I want to address it immediately.

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Dr. Paul Offit: 'Journalism Jail' For Faulty Medical Reporting

Wakefield by appearing at the news conference was cooperating with the director of the medical school Prof Zuckerman, supporting the program which in the UK at the time offered single vaccines (a choice withdrawn in the following months by the government). There’s a complex of issues here but the caution was reasonable one and even in 2012 Cochrane was saying that the safety studies of the vaccine are “largely inadequate” which is not something the public are told. In 1998 it was not the convention in the UK to disclose court work as a competing interest. Wakefield certainly wasn’t saying that the case against MMR had been proved. On the other hand it was shown in the case of the senior clinician and author of the Lancet paper Prof Walker-Smith – who unlike Wakefield was funded to appeal – that it the findings of the GMC against the paper were erroneous. It was not funded by the Legal Aid Board, it was not based on their protocol, there were no unauthorised or inappropriate medical procedures, there was no inaccurate reporting of cases.

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HBO's 'Silicon Valley' Is a Nerdy 'Entourage' Nailing Tech Culture

But for all of the things that this frustrated dancer hates about Silicon Valley, you'll likely find them enjoyable while watching the new half-hour satirical comedy, as the series doesn't hold back mocking the area's burgeoning startup culture. The sitcom was somewhat inspired by co-creator Mike Judge — the mastermind behind King of the Hill, Beavis and Butt-head and Office Space — who worked begrudgingly at a Silicon Valley startup in the 1980s.

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

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Amazon's Dash lets you refill your pantry using your voice and LEDs (updated)

Word of the Dash definitely came as a surprise (especially on a lazy spring afternoon), but it falls right in line with Amazon's existing hardware plans. These days the e-commerce giant is all about pushing low-cost gadgets to reduce the friction of buying more stuff. Itching to read some Feynman? Fire up the ol' Kindle. Need to watch the last season of Luther ? It's just a few clicks away on the Fire TV. What's really neat (if maybe a little scary) is that Amazon has finally found a way to make that formula work for real, physical products. Sadly, chances are you won't be using one of these things anytime soon. The AmazonFresh service is still only live in parts of California and Washington State, though rumors maintain that New York will get access to the program at some point.

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9 Vacation Spots to Reenact 'Game of Thrones'

The acclaimed television series travels to a number of extremely picturesque locations worldwide for filming. As the show's widespread international popularity increases, many of these locations have become tourist attractions of their own.

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Contour returns, new POV cams coming soon - CNET

Back under new ownership after shutting down last summer, the action cam maker is on the road to regain market share.

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If Social Networks Were 'Game of Thrones' Houses

Whether it's through acquisitions, loss of users or fierce competition, when you play the game of social media, you win or you die. Well, maybe not die. You go out of business. Or "just focus on music." It makes sense — go with it.

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57 Ways To Sign Off On An Email

One day last fall, my colleague Miguel Morales received an email with a sign-off that was so strange, it has stuck in his mind for the last year. It came from Melissa Geisler, who works in digital sports programming and production at Yahoo. Below Geisler’s title and above her cell phone number was this mystifying quote: “The Bird is equal to or greater than the Word,” attributed to someone named, simply, “scientist.”

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Ten Years After Facebook, Divya Narendra Continues To Innovate

For those acquainted with the disputed origins of Facebook , Divya Narendra should be a familiar name. Back in 2004, Divya Narendra and the Winklevoss twins took Mark Zuckerberg to court for alleged intellectual property infringement, eventually walking away with a cash/stock settlement now estimated to be worth well over $100 million following Facebook’s IPO.

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Job Openings at Top Media Companies: Target, Samsung and More

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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5 Meditation Apps for Channeling Your Inner Peace

Why I Love It: Within Happier’s social network, you can “smile” at people’s happy moments in your feed, reshare them to your followers, and glean inspiration from users across the globe. My New Year’s resolution a few years ago was to write down one thing I was grateful for every day from January 1-December 31, and while I made it through the journey, I would have loved to use an app like Happier to record and share my thoughts. Being held somewhat accountable by the built-in app community might encourage you to keep recognition of happy moments front-of-mind.

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Prepping the cloud for the internet of things

As billions more devices get connected to the internet, there will be a huge infrastructure transformation on the backend. Cloud computing will play a major role in how the world takes advantage of that device-driven data explosion.

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Deciphering The Hidden Messages In "Game Of Thrones" Costumes

Clapton sneaks little details like that into many of the outfits she creates. The dragon queen, Daenerys, has scales on her blue dress; Cersei often calls people "my little bird" and often has birds sewn into her clothing. "People don’t necessarily see this," admitted Clapton. But, it's still worth the work: "For us, it's to have that depth in all of the costumes. Even if you look really closely there is something telling you something about this person," she added.

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Time To Bring Pseudoscience Into Science Class

I have developed a biological theory I hope to publish and it is deceptively easy to apply. Understanding the processes of our biology is different than applying a theory for how to achieve a healthy human personality. I am using bottom up ideas rather than the current top down ideas which are not scientific. Psychological processes can work to help people, but the processes now used are no differently than a friend helping another friend. Psychology offers suggestions for its practitioners to choose willy nilly as they like. Psychologists can take a weekend retreat about a pseudoscientific new procedure like measuring one’s eye movements and use it in their practice. Because they have the certification as a “scientist” of psychology, they are taken seriously when they use any method they happen to want to use. That their methods sometimes work does not magically turn them unto science. According the the NIMH, itself a pseudoscientific agency, 1 in 6 adults suffer from mental health problems and 1 in 17 suffer from severe mental illness. If these numbers are valid, then psychology is not getting much right.

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Gamification Engages Job Candidates Beyond Their Resumes

Innovative companies are making unique pitching tools available to job seekers to help them stand out from the crowd and showcase their value to “win” a job (or at least an interview). Candidates can also access these platforms and work on unsolicited job proposals in order to frame their value proposition and, maybe one day, pitch the company of their dreams. Waiting for more companies to switch from resume-centric approaches to new and more engaging ways to assess candidates' value, job seekers can always play on the offense: Do your homework, find the challenges that your ideal company is facing, and propose a solution — and don't forget to throw in why you are qualified, too. A well organized, straightforward and research-based job proposal adds more value than standard resumes.

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Unofficial 'Game of Thrones' Lego minifigs are full of fire - CNET

Since this is a totally unofficial montage, you'll see no mention of "Game of Thrones" on the Citizen Brick site. Instead, the set is sold under the name "Dragon Sword Fighter Force." The minifigs can be purchased in sets of three for $55, but the truly dedicated fan will want the complete collection of 12 characters for $220.

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Microsoft Shows Off 'Power Of The Cloud' With Azure Servers

This is one of those tricky technologies that can be hard to peg. Titanfall makes a convenient test case, because anyone playing it needs an internet connection anyway. But how this will extend past the realm of online games remains a question. From one perspective, the focus on cloud computing reminds us that the initially controversial concept of an “always on, always connected” console is still very much in Microsoft’s sights. We can’t make use of the Cloud as a way to supercharge single-player games without a constant internet connection, and that means any game built from the ground up to take advantage of this technology would be totally unplayable offline. From Diablo 3 to SimCity, we already have plenty of examples of the pitfalls of online-only single player.

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Find Out Where Your Time Goes With This Productivity Chart

You'll quickly be able to see how you organize your day, the things you're doing well, and the things you could probably improve upon. For example, I filled out a Wheel of Productivity for my own days below, and can easily see that I do well on the sleep front, but could probably try and break up my big block of green work time (by taking an actual lunch break, perhaps, or going to the gym midday instead of in the morning).

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Scientists Create an Unprecedented Map of the Developing Human Brain | Science | WIRED

Scientists released the most detailed map ever made of the fetal human brain today. It contains a massive amount of information about gene activity at a crucial time in development — just as the cerebral cortex is developing. The scientists believe it holds important clues about the biological origins of disorders like autism, as well as insights into what makes the human brain unique.

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OracleVoice: 10 Tech Trends That Will Transform Your Industry

I have bad news for companies that are struggling to improve their customer engagement—it’s only going to get more difficult. Social-savvy, smartphone-carrying consumers will switch allegiances faster than you can say “customer relationship management.”

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9 Habits Of Incredibly Charming People

Using your hands to help describe a point in your presentation is acceptable and effective. In fact, your listeners can lose up to 75% of your meaning if you don't use your hands. Just make sure that you gesture and don't gesticulate. What's the difference? Gestures are deliberate, shaped and sustained for a purpose, whereas gesticulation can make you look like you're being attacked by a swarm of bees.

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After two months with Android, I'm going back to iPhone. Here's why. - CNET

One of my main complaints is with the way Android handles notifications (ironic!) for phone calls and especially text messages. All too often I missed a text because it was just sitting up there in the notification bar, but I'd never seen any kind of front-and-center pop-up like on my iPhone. And where's the new-message counter? This is all personal preference, sure, but it really bugged me. The third-party notification apps I tried did help somewhat, but they didn't seem to work consistently.

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New App, Tag, Let's You Privately Share Your Location With Friends

Ranadive: Tag is unique because it is the only app that lets you tell specific people your location without broadcasting to your entire social network, and without being tracked. When you check-in on Foursquare or Facebook, you send your location to everyone who’s following you. With Apple’s “Find My Friends,” when you share your location with someone it tracks everywhere you go so you have to be careful who you share with. Tag is great when you want to let just a few people know where you are at a specific moment, and but you don’t want to be tracked indefinitely afterwards. For example you could use Tag to invite a couple friends to join you for a drink, you could tell a few family members where you are while you’re say traveling, or you could let a co-worker know where you are to meet up for lunch. Also instead of selecting the same friends to share with each time, you can create custom lists on Tag for easier group sending – for example I could have lists for friends, co-workers and family and with just a couple clicks let each group know at separate times where I am and what I’m up to.

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Wow Such Hamster Butt. Much Facebook. Amaze.

This tiny porker has an excuse for making a pig of himself at mealtimes - he really does have two mouths to feed. The bizarre two-month-old youngster - part of a litter born on a farm in Deshengtang, Jilin province, northern China - can use both his mouths to eat and appears otherwise normal, say his owners. Farmer Li Zhenjun and his wife Yu Wanfen named the piglet Xiaobao - or 'Babe' in English - after the movie about an extraordinary talking pig. Li explained: "The mouths aren't much of an advantage because his head is very heavy and he gets pushed around by the others." "I'm feeding her with a bottle now and she's doing very well," he added.

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Death in 'Game of Thrones' Never Looked So Beautiful

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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#NotABugSplat

To challenge this insensitivity as well as raise awareness of civilian casualties, an artist collective installed a massive portrait facing up in the heavily bombed Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa region of Pakistan, where drone attacks regularly occur. Now, when viewed by a drone camera, what an operator sees on his screen is not an anonymous dot on the landscape, but an innocent child victim’s face.

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Why Apple has to make a bigger-screen iPhone 6, in its own confidential internal wording

The idea that a bigger screen is somehow going to save the iPhone is laughable. The operating system is light years behind Android. Apple patches their phones to slow down older models in an effort to force customers to upgrade. The reality is the iPhone 3 had three million times more processing power than the first CRAY computer, and yet we’re still waiting for it to look up what letter I typed on the keyboard. Wake up people, Apple’s time of gouging customers with ridiculous pricing and nefarious slow patching is OVER. They’ve made their bed and now it’s time for them to nap in it forever. They’ve thumbed their nose at every potential partner in the world, and now they no longer have the drop on ANYTHING. Their phones are stale and slow, and with 64-bit processors…wow you have to really push to make a faster chip slower than an Android 32-bit competitor…but they did it! Receptionists didn’t wait for word processors in 1982 when they typed 120 words per minute, but we’re to buy this notion that a phone with 5 million times the processor power has to “think” about how to place a character on the screen.

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12 Hippest Uses for Your Mason Jar

Mason jars are pretty hipster by default. Unless you live in the South and grew up not knowing the difference between a normal water glass and a mason jar, any way you use one will air on the kitschy side.

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The Richest Rich Are in a Class by Themselves

These figures come out of a clever analysis by economists Emmanuel Saez of the University of California at Berkeley and Gabriel Zucman of the London School of Economics, who is a visiting professor at Berkeley. The Internal Revenue Service asks about income, not wealth, which is the market value of real estate, stocks, bonds, and other assets. Saez and Zucman were able to deduce wealth by exploiting IRS data going back to when the federal income tax was instituted in 1913. They figured out how much property different strata of society owned by looking at the income that was generated by that property, such as dividends and capital gains. To simplify, if a family reported $1 million in rental income one year and the market rate of return on rental properties was 10 percent, then Saez and Zucman concluded that the family must have owned property worth $10 million.

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Facebook building drones and lasers with Connectivity Lab - CNET

Specifically, the Connectivity Lab team is working on something called free-space optical communication (FSO), which uses light to transmit data through space with infrared laser beams. In some suburban areas, Facebook will use long-endurance aircraft to port reliable Internet connections, and in lower density areas the company is testing low-Earth orbit satellites to beam Internet access to the ground.

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Google as a mobile carrier, revisited: Here’s what its network could look like

A report from The Information has revived the rumor that Google wants to become a mobile carrier. If it’s true, here’s they type of network we think Google would build.

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55 'Game of Thrones' School Pictures Will Make You Smile Awkwardly
56 'Sharknado 2' poster makes 'Jaws' look like 'Snow White' - CNET
57 5 Can't-Miss Apps: Emu Messaging and More
58 The Gooseberry Project
59 The 34 Most Beautiful Google Street View Sightings
60 The Almost Completely Open Source Laptop Goes on Sale | Enterprise | WIRED
61 A tale of touching tubes | Science News
62 Here's what you missed at Microsoft's 2014 Build conference
63 An Inexpensive, Lensless Camera Can Fit In Just About Any Device | MIT Technology Review
64 Statoil | Partner Webcast | MIT Technology Review
65 Super Smash Bros. Will Be The Sole Focus Of April 8th's Nintendo Direct
66 How I Hacked Your Router
67 An Oculus Rift Hack That Lets You Draw in 3-D | Design | WIRED
68 The habits of happiness
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70 The Ultimate Guide to Solving iOS Battery Drain
71 Stuff Venture Capitalists Say About Bitcoin: Libertarians Are Going To Hate It
72 Ukraine Faces New Crisis as Pro-Russian Separatists Seize Buildings
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74 Why The U.S. Government's Fake 'Cuban Twitter' Service Failed
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76 How To Leave Work At 5 P.M. And Still Get Everything Done
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79 Classic Paintings, Explained With Tweets, Status Updates, and Emojis | Underwire | WIRED
80 'GTA Online' Getting Cooperative Heists At Last In Spring Update
81 Waze Founder Hints Investor Pressure Forced Sale to Google
82 The Best Length for Every Online Content
83 Drone Falls on Athlete's Head During Triathlon
84 Consumers Are Still Waiting For A 'Killer' Wearables App
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87 How to Improve Your Product and Design Taste
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89 The Web can make you lose your religion, study says - CNET
90 How Sleep Deprivation Drives The High Failure Rates of Tech Startups
91 How to Stop Social Hackers Before they Attack
92 12,000 miles in an electric vehicle, or bust - CNET
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