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Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity May Not Exist | RCScience

Consider this: no underlying cause for gluten intolerance has yet been discovered. Moreover, there are a host of triggers for gastrointestinal distress, many of which were not controlled for in previous studies. Generally, non-celiac gluten sensitivity is assumed to be the culprit when celiac disease is ruled out. But that is a "trap," Biesiekierski says, one which could potentially lead to confirmation bias, thus blinding researchers, doctors, and patients to other possibilities.

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5 Arguments Against Net Neutrality

Reddit is not the only corner of the Internet where the debate over net neutrality appears one-sided. Most tech commenters appear to be in lockstep on the issue. There is another side to the argument, though. A small minority are applauding the FCC's potential move, often on libertarian grounds, though when the cable companies are talking, self-interest also plays a big role. Here are their five top arguments against net neutrality in principle:

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Full Trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar Is Otherworldly Good | Underwire | WIRED

Why? Because this movie looks out-of-this-world amazing. The new trailer for the film, which will be showing before Godzilla screenings this weekend, finally throws open the doors on what, exactly, Nolan’s new film is about. The gist: A global food crisis has left Earth in a dire situation, and Cooper (Matthew McConaughey), a pilot and engineer who turned to farming to feed his family, has been called on to go on an expedition to find a new place for humanity to live. Or, as Michael Caine’s character tells him: “We’re not meant to save the world, we’re meant to leave it.”

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As Drought Intensifies, California 'Water Cops' Enforce Strict Limits

Because of these severe conditions, California's water districts, counties and cities are urging residents to conserve water with a mixture of mandatory regulations and suggestions to fight the drought. These include water rationing, specific lawn-watering days and even enforcing "water cops" to report water waste.

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Google Translate Is About To Get Some Incredible New Features

Quest Visual broke the news on Friday in a blog post, confirming that the main purpose of the buyout is to “incorporate” its technology into Google Translate. Combining the two services could take a while, and in the meantime the company is offering the Word Lens app and language packs for free online for both iOS and Android.

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Top five external hard drives: Backup is like insurance - CNET

The Backup Plus Fast doubles the capacity, physical thickness, and performance of the Slim drive above. This is currently the only USB 3.0 portable drive on the market that has 4TB of storage space and a performance faster than 200MBps. The Plus Fast achieves this by using two internal hard drives (2TB each) on the inside in a RAID 0 configuration. Since RAID 0 generally raises the risk of data loss, this drive should be used for backup only. And when you do, it takes very short time to back up a large amount of storage space. Other than that, it comes with the same Seagate Dashboard backup software as other Seagate drives above. Read the full review of the Seagate Backup Plus Fast .

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We take flight with Parrot's new Oculus-friendly Bebop drone

The first thing you'll notice is that Bebop looks a little different than other consumer drones. When you're flying in the living room, styrofoam bumpers attach to each side of the aircraft to prevent you from damaging the drone running into walls or ceilings (which, lets face it, we're all prone to do). However, when you're out later at the park the bumpers can come off for unfettered flight. Under the hood, the drone has a combination of sensors (a 3-axis accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer if you're interested) that make for an ultra-smooth experience, even in windy conditions. That means if you're trying to fly outside you don't have to worry about a strong breeze accidentally throwing Bebop onto your neighbor's roof. It was one of the most stable drone flights we've ever seen in action, even when it was forced to stand up to San Francisco's winds and an untrained pilot simultaneously.

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A Critique of "Don't Fuck Up The Culture"

I’m glad someone finally said that you should test values. I did this at, of all places, Google. The employment agreement they asked me to sign said that I had read the employee handbook. It turns out that they don’t have an employee handbook as such. They have a web page with the title “employee handbook” but it’s just links into the Google intra-net. When I asked a Google lawyer what is the employee handbook exactly, she said it was the whole Google intranet. Then she said “Sorry if that’s not clear enough but this seems to suffice for 99.9 percent of our employee population. If it does not for you, that’s a decision you need to make re where you work.” When I challenged Larry Page about this at a company-wide TGIF, he simply refused to answer. The lawyer he sent to talk to me after that (the boss of the previous lawyer) just told me to lie about something else. In my resignation letter email, I said Google should change it’s motto to “we never do evil but as a supposed good”; I think that’s a Ben Franklin quote, but I’m not sure as I can’t find a source for it.

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18 Pieces of Sage Wisdom From Batman

To celebrate Batman's big year, we picked the best tips we could find from his long career in crime-fighting, clown-punching and sidekick endangerment. If you're in the midst of a quarter- or mid-life crisis, take note: A fast car can be your best friend, and utility belts are always cooler than cargo shorts.

12 Swiss to vote on $25 an hour minimum wage

Swiss to vote on $25 an hour minimum wage The ongoing U.S. debate over the minimum wage is not unique: on May 18, the Swiss will vote on a proposal to set a minimum salary for their lowest paid workers. But unlike the $7.25 federal minimum in the USA, Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1iSWFsH

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Big Businesses, Not Just Startups, Are Crucial to Emerging Markets

The long term benefits of having bigger companies populate a given ecosystem – including a more diverse workforce, stronger economic growth, long-term stability, higher employment rates and greater overall contribution to society – are simply not possible in an environment that is too startup-heavy.

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Game of Thrones' author explains why he writes with an ancient DOS computer

You may have heard that Game of Thrones (read: A Song of Ice and Fire ) author George R.R. Martin writes on a decades-old computer . Well, it's (still) true: he hones his craft on a DOS-based PC running WordStar 4.0, the same technology he used when he started his fantasy series in 1991. But... why? Thanks to a sit-down with talk show host Conan O'Brien, we know. As he puts it, the ancient hardware does everything he needs in a word processor, and nothing more. Automatic spelling checks in modern software would actually get in the way; you'd get frustrated, too, if you had to watch out every time you wrote "Winterfell" or "Daenerys Targaryen." Martin has a modern PC for everything else, but he makes a good case for using only the technology you need to get a job done. Let's just hope he has backups -- he won't get much help if that old machine eats his Winds of Winter manuscript.

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These Bones Might Be the Biggest Creature That Ever Walked the Earth

Paleontologists have just unearthed the fossilized bones of a gigantic dinosaur that's never been seen before. They believe it's an entirely new species—and based on the size of its bones, it's way bigger than what we thought was the biggest dinosaur ever. Meet the new number one among earthly creatures.

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Whatever happened to Netscape?

Netscape's story reads like a proper fairy tale: takeovers, fierce and hostile competition, split-ups, a giant payout and even a dragon! While Netscape may now only be a sweet, sweet memory to those who used it to first discover the web, the browser's monstrous impact has cemented it as one of the first and most important startups to shape the internet. Netscape's founders successfully plucked a brilliant idea from academia and pushed it onto the world's stage at a time when competition didn't exist, websites were not much more than plain-text blurbs and inline images were still revolutionary. Consider the battle that would ensue between this web pioneer and Microsoft. The "browser wars," as they came to be known, would ultimately lead to creation of Internet Explorer, Microsoft's antitrust suit and the formation of the Mozilla Project and Firefox.

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Furious iPhone Users Tell Us Apple Ruined Their Lives By Not Delivering Texts After They Switched To Android

AP Jonathan Eells: "I work in a Verizon retail store and recently switched from an iphone to a Samsung note 3.  I recently had to deal with this issue multiple times and informed many of my customers who were switching that they would not receive messages.  I am glad someone has finally done something and brought attention to this problem.  The way I see this Apple cannot get away with this sort of thing it is ridiculous. I know this issue has started arguments between me and my girlfriend because she was upset and thought I was ignoring her and she was already not to happy that I was no longer using an Iphone.  I also missed multiple texts from friends and family.  I had a customer return a brand new s4 after experiencing this problem.  I explained how to go about getting it fixed but they said 'I can't not get messages as much as I don't like my iPhone and love the s4 I need to get all my messages.'  I couldn't believe how Apple had gotten this customer right where they wanted them.  I was also upset because I had now lost out on any money I made in the sale and couldn't believe the audacity of apple.

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12,000-Year-Old Human Skeleton Found in Underwater Cave

Scientists have discovered what they say is the "oldest most complete" human skeleton in the Western hemisphere, the National Geographic Society reports.

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Skyscanner: Inside Scotland's Tech Titan

Looking further into the future, the Middle East and Africa are on Williams’ roadmap, but consolidation is still the name of the game for its existing markets, as is pushing out into new verticals. “There’s still a huge way to go in the markets that we’re currently in, and in geographic terms we’ve barely scratched the surface,” he says. “The move from being very much focused on flights, which is what most people know us for, to not only covering other products (e.g. hotels and car hire) but becoming a travel assistant – this will occupy us for quite some time.”

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Hollywood Sci-Fi Museum beams into reality in 2015 - CNET

When asked what he is most excited about, Huddleston told CNET, "As hokey as it sounds, watching someone's world open up when they step into our museum. Nothing I will ever do in my life will compare to that." He foresees his biggest challenges as raising money to fund the museum and finding a good location large enough to house all the exhibits. The Enterprise bridges alone take up a lot of space. "This has to be a fun, safe family experience, and hopefully near something family oriented that already draws tourists," he said.

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Only five countries actually want to ban killer robots

Last month, Russia announced a new mobile robot guard designed to gun down trespassers at ballistic missile bases . The twist? They don’t need human permission. The mobile robot, which resembles a gun-mounted tank, can be set to patrol an area and fire on anything it identifies as a target. The announcement came shortly after Russia’s deputy prime minister had called on the military to develop robots with artificial intelligence that can " strike on their own ."

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New planet-hunting camera produces best-ever image of an alien planet, says Stanford physicist

Only a handful of planets have been directly imaged since construction began in 2004 on the GPI – a ground-based instrument at the Gemini South Telescope in Chile. The previous generation of adaptive optics, however, was only sensitive enough to observe planets that were much larger than Jupiter – three to 10 times Jupiter's mass – and only planets that were as far away from their stars as Saturn or Neptune is from our sun.

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How to Master Voice Control on Android: Beyond Google Now

This is what I meant when I said that Utter is the best of both worlds—for things that Utter is good at, it will take over the functionality from Google Now, but if you ask it a general knowledge question or try to set a location reminder, it will just pass it on to the latter, which will do the job for you. And since Utter and Google Now often use slightly different syntax for similar commands, you can be sure that one of the two services will get the job done, no matter how you phrase the instruction.

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Kids Don't Read Books Because Parents Don't Read Books

When it comes to books, however, most studies show that the text delivery method is irrelevant. Good reading behavior has nothing to do with technology. E-readers, tablets, laptop screens are all capable of delivering long-form text. Books have nothing to do with paper. In fact, electronic devices only increase access to books. A report from the Joan Ganz Cooney Center released earlier this year explains that “a majority of children ages 2 to 10 have access to a device for electronic reading: 55% have a multipurpose tablet in the home, and 29% have a dedicated e-reader (62% have access to at least one of these devices). Among children with one of these devices in the home, half (49%) engage in electronic reading, either on their own or with their parent (30% of all children).” Books matter; how kids read them doesn’t.

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The Interior Design Of Airbus' New Corporate Jet Is Truly Ingenious

The plug-and-play interior may signal a shift in the way future buyers appoint their jets' interiors. Since all the modules are designed and built in-house at the Airbus Corporate Jet Center in Toulouse, France, the Elegance interior could become a new revenue driver for the aerospace giant. 

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New York calls for ban on face scrub microbeads

The problem with these microbeads is that they are just washed down the drain. Because they are so small and buoyant, many escape capture by wastewater treatment plants, which tend to filter water through screens that have holes bigger than the microbeads.

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21 Things I Learned About Bitcoin Living On It A Second Time

1. It is easier to live on Bitcoin this year than last. I did “Living on Bitcoin: Part Deux” because every time I talked about living on Bitcoin for a week in 2013, people would ask if it would be easier now. I got sick of saying, “I think so.” Now I know that the answer is, “Yes.” Last year, I had to bike or walk anywhere I wanted to go, lost 5 pounds, moved out of my home, and constantly felt like a crazy person for asking people if they would accept payment in a made-up currency they’d never heard of. This year, I ate a 17-course dinner, went on a wine tour in Santa Cruz, and was able to use a ride-sharing service for all my trips, though I couldn’t buy gas when I drove myself. More people are familiar with Bitcoin and more merchants accept it. Most importantly for me, payment intermediaries such as Gyft and Foodler accept it, giving me access to the services of the retailers and restaurants they’ve partnered with. And there will only be more merchants, with eBay being the latest to say they are considering it .

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The Man Who Is India's Future Has His Own Checkered Past

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporters hold a shivling, a symbolic representation of Hindu God Shiva, and celebrate preliminary results that showed the BJP winning by a landslide in Varanasi, in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, Friday, May 16, 2014. India's opposition leader Narendra Modi and his party won national elections in a landslide Friday, preliminary results showed, driving the long-dominant Congress party out of power in the most commanding victory India has seen in more than a quarter century. Modi's campaign was seen by many as a media and marketing coup for a man whose background ties him to bloodshed in his home state of Gujarat, where communal rioting in 2002 left more than 1,000 people dead, most of them Muslims. Modi is accused of doing little to stop the rampage, though he denies any wrongdoing and has never been charged with a crime.

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Why Uber And Airbnb Might Be In Big Trouble

I have been tracking these companies or a long time and it is absolutely amazing they have not been shut down. The investors, media, government and the public just don’t get it. These companies are unregulated operating in a regulated industry. They disregard the laws, federal, state, and local everywhere. All they have to do is obey the laws and then compete fair and square. The public is protected and not put in harm’s way. The big question for all is this: HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT OR VOTE FOR AN ILLEGAL COMPANY WHO WILL OPERATES ILLEGALLY? Any law abiding citizen would not. So, what should these companies do to become legal? State and local registrations, proper commercial for hire insurance per vehicle ( their currents policies are improper), register to do business in the state, file proper state tax returns, obtain sales tax permits where required, provide workmen’s comp and insurance, submit payroll taxes and unemployment taxes to the IRS and state tax commissions., proper commercial vehicle registratations with bank or credit union notifications if financed., submit complete screening of each driver/chauffeur to the local and/or requirements including background checks, USDOT medical cards, and MVR reports.

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Join Us For A Week of Events at the Gizmodo Home of the Future

It's almost time for the Gizmodo Home of the Future , highlighting our favorite forward-looking products from design, technology, and beyond. From May 17 to 21 you'll be able to stop by the New York City space to browse the home or pull up a seat in our co-working lounge, and we're also hosting events every day to gather together the people and ideas shaping the home of tomorrow.

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AT&T announces rollout of voice-over-LTE ahead of likely iPhone 6/iOS 8 integration this fall

Of course, carrier support is needed for this functionality, and some countries around the world have carriers that have already rolled out support for VoLTE. For those in the United States, T-Mobile’s network (thanks to its agreement with Metro PCS) supports VoLTE while Verizon Wireless and AT&T are actively testing the functionality for a rollout later this year. Of course, it’s plausible that iOS 8 support for VoLTE will be pushed back if enough carriers are unable to meet the rollout timeframe.

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Godzilla Wishes You Were Here

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Living On Bitcoin A Year Later: Touring Wine Country With Virtual Money

The shuttle drops us at a coffee shop called Java Junction where the tour is supposed to pick us up. Trying to pay for everything in Bitcoin reminds me a little of when I lived in Europe in 2001 and would book super cheap flights on RyanAir. I could get to another country on a $20 flight, but it would always involve a circuitous route. To get from Florence, Italy to Galway, Ireland, I had to take a train to Turin, fly to Dublin, then take a bus across Ireland. Hacking ways of doing things on Bitcoin feels similar. I frequent businesses I don’t usually use, buying a Mother’s Day Gift on Overstock instead of Amazon. I have to buy a Lyft card by paying BTC to Gyft. I have to buy Foodler bucks with BTC before I can place an order with a local restaurant. And to get to drink wine, I need to get to a coffee shop parking lot in another city. (The winery I ordered a delivery from last year no longer accepts Bitcoin, though others have popped up .)

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The Most Creative People In Social Good, 2014

My company is Celebrity Green Room, www.celebrity-green-room.com ( currently under construction, you can see 3D pictures on my FB https://www.facebook.com/nate.hill23 and timeline photos https://www.facebook.com/nate.hill23/media_set?set=a.1227704452278.35461.1219073758&type=3 ) Celebrity Green Room will protect all your money from everybody, group, or Government on the planet, or off if it comes to that :). Safe guarding your money with 100% Security prevents Slavery, Homelessness, Poverty, and any Financial Crime you can imagine. Money only moves when we see you on camera, website can not be hacked, closed loop system. So things like Consumer Union which protects you for life of purchase of any service or product, & Performance Escrow make payments in stages as "performance" is completed

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Why Net Neutrality Became A Thing For The Internet Generation

This generation, after all, has grown up the Internet as a ubiquitous and ever-present utility. It's a generation that doesn’t think of broadband as an information service—it has no memory of Usenet, or bulletin boards or AOL or Web "portals"—but a utility like water or electricity. This generation wants its broadband access on tap, on demand, for a fair and reasonable price.

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Should Your Hobby Be Your Job?

Turning to your hobbies can seem like the obvious answer to your career woes. But will it ultimately make you happier at work, or will it make you more miserable in the long run?

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Halo 5 Coming to Xbox One in 2015

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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'Halo: The Master Chief Collection' coming to Xbox One this year, collects 'Halos 1-4'

Microsoft has gone on record saying that it would love to have Halo release more than once every three years. It's used different developers to fill that task since, but we're still pushing two years since Halo 4 launched. To commemorate the first game's 10th birthday, Microsoft released Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary for the Xbox 360, which served as a stop-gap for the 343 Industries-developed Halo 4; there's precedent for this sort of thing. This remake makes a lot of sense for Redmond for a couple of different reasons: it satisfies the more-frequent release desire and it helps fans get caught up on the story. It also gives them the chance to re-experience some of the best console shooters with better looks and sound -- everyone wins!

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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Turns 30: A Look Back

For what ever the reason Kids being kids name call , some kids call names before you call them a name… The outcome is – something positive came out of his shenanigans. The best looking-Ugliest-or the skinniest-Fattiest – whitest ghost – red blusher -Blackest Blackies – freckles-nerds- goofy whatever… baby face-puny-stinky.nappy hair-limp hair- big nose- no lips- no azz- hey everyone has bad points. something good came out of what started as a Joshing and teasing. Get over it… He is a billion air now and I like Facebook and sometimes I get angry on and at Facebook. But give credit where it’s due.

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5 Startup Rules Entrepreneurs Should Ignore

With these types of aspirations, there are certainly rules that can help startups get there, but these rules don’t necessarily work for all entrepreneurs. There are important distinctions to consider between startup founders and small business owners, who tend to take a very different path to success.

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OracleVoice: How Social 'Listening' Enables Real-Time Marketing

Companies have long tried to build strong customer relationships through well honed marketing programs. The challenge is that the playing field keeps changing—trends shift, new technologies emerge, and customers change and become more demanding.

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Google Glass Can Now Empty Your Wallet When You Nod

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.

44 Analyst: Competition Dulls Brightness Of Pfizer Success With Breast Cancer Drug

But in a note to clients, Timothy Anderson of Bernstein Research shrugged. “Filing for approval and getting approval are two different things, of course,” he wrote. “Pfizer’s discussion with the agency should not be viewed as an implicit approval of sorts.” The FDA only makes its decisions after the full data have been handed over, he writes. He gives palbociclib a 60% chance of getting approved this go-round, and emphasizes that this has not changed since before the trial data were presented.

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The Military's Power-Generating Boot Isn't Quite Battlefield Ready

As Kit Up explains , the kinetic boot shown above was designed to turn each step into a tiny burst of energy that would go to charge battery operated equipment. But the Marines who tested the boot found it balky and uncomfortable. "I felt that was a bit ridiculous. I felt like there are other ways, like better ways, to make energy than having something in your boot that's going to make energy," an unnamed Marine told Kit Up .

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The Western Twitterer’s Burden | TechCrunch

Sigh. Here we go again. The eyes of the world turn to something awful happening in a remote corner of Africa, and what feels like half of the Western population immediately rushes to proudly embarrass itself on social media everywhere. On the Internet, at least, #BringBackOurGirls is little more than #Kony2012 reloaded. It’s condescending, it’s patronizing, it’s infantilizing, and it’s dumb.

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http://it.slashdot.org/story/14/05/17/051214/emory-university-sccm-server-accidentally-reformats-all-computers-campus-wide?utm_source=slashdot&utm_medium=twitter

People make mistakes, and in this case the software is at least partially responsible. The SCCM server should have aborted during the preflight checks when it realized it was going to take itself out in the process. The best thing this IT department can do is for the manager/director to keep the specific employe's name under wraps, stop shit from flowing down hill from above and move on. Nothing will benefit anyone if all of Emory treats the person responsible as if he deserves to pay for all the time lost in repairing the damage, he simply can't.

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18 Signs You're Turning Into Your Parents

All your mom's mannerisms and the corny ways your dad purposefully mispronounces words will make their way into your own personality and — just like all those times you weren't allowed to have ice cream for breakfast — there really isn't anything you can do about it.

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http://theintern.io/

define([ 'intern!tdd', 'intern/chai!assert', '../MyWidget' ], function (tdd, assert, MyWidget) { tdd.suite('demo widget', function () { var widget; tdd.before(function () { widget = new MyWidget(); }); tdd.after(function () { widget.destroy(); }); tdd.test('creation', function () { assert(widget.children.length > 0, 'Widget should have children'); }); }); });

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What It's Like to Use Google Glass Apps: TripIt, Foursquare, OpenTable

Out of all the Glassware apps, Word Lens seems like the most helpful app in terms of travel. The command “Translate this” lets you look at a sign in a foreign language and the app will translate the image right before your eyes. At the moment, the app can only translate a handful of languages, including Russian and Spanish, and you still need to scroll through the list of available languages to find the one you want (English to Portuguese vs. Portuguese to English) but developers say they plan to add a voice prompt to lessen the search time.

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86 Box CEO Aaron Levie Is Talking--And Says Box's Deal With GE Is A 'Tipping Point' For Cloud
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