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5 Things Super Successful People Do Before 8 AM

I go beyond training with a straight-talking approach to wellness that focuses on an overall healthy lifestyle. For years I’ve educated celebrities and top corporate executives on how to effectively incorporate fitness and nutrition into their busy everyday lives. I’ve appeared on Extra, The Doctors, Good Morning America and The Today Show.I was also featured trainer on The CW’s Shedding for the Wedding, and am often quoted in People, Glamour, Woman’s Health and the Los Angeles Times. I’m also the author of No Gym Required – Release Your Inner Rock Star (2009). Beyond training, I’m the President and CEO of fitness and wellness brand NGR – No Gym Required – and I am the lifestyle and fitness spokesperson for world-class brands including Muscle Milk, Polar Heart Rate Monitors and Weight Watchers.Weight Watchers recently appointed me as their overall national spokesperson and trainer in the 5 DVD Points Plus Program workout series.

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OperationSAFE is on JustCoz!

“Want to do more than just tweet about child trauma? via @operationsafe http://bit.ly/givechild”

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E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) is an annual convention where the hottest video games of the year are shown. E3 2014 is being held June 10-12 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Press conferences for Microsoft, Sony, Electronic Arts, and Ubisoft will be held June 9. IGN Live will be broadcasting from the show with the E3 2014 press conferences, including interviews and demos with game developers.

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20 Panorama Glitches That May Melt Your Brain

The panorama feature on iPhone's camera app is not a toy. As Panorama Fail shows, in the wrong hands it can open up a wormhole in the universe, turning dogs into ass-faced mutants and people into all sorts of creatures that are only found in some wtf underworld. Basically, it's like your iPhone is on an acid trip.

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How Solar Will Destroy The Power Companies, In 5 Easy Steps

hile they may slow the penetration of solar, any relief they offer utilities is likely to be short lived. In Arizona, the fee increases the cost of a rooftop solar installation about 5%. With the costs of solar installations falling about 10% per year, we expect the pace of installations to recover before the end of 2014. While we need more months of data to confirm our view, this may prove to be an example of how quickly the technological/cost curve can overtake regulatory responses." 

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Monarch butterfly decline linked to spread of GM crops

The main cause of the monarch butterfly's decline is the loss of milkweed — its food — in its U.S. breeding grounds, a new study has found. That all but confirms that the spread of genetically modified crops is indirectly killing the monarch.

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The 22 most important things Apple announced at WWDC 2014

Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developer Conference with a glimpse into the future of OS X, iOS 8, and the developer tools that bring them to life. This is the rare event where a man can get on stage and write code for ten minutes while thousands of developers watch in stunned silence before erupting in applause. It's where Apple talks about everything it's bringing to customers, and to developers — the deeply nerdy and the user-friendly, all in one two-hour event.

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Mortal Kombat X Officially Announced With Trailer - IGN

The studio has also claimed that MKX "launches players into a persistent online contest where every fight matters in a global battle for supremacy.  For the first time, Mortal Kombat X gives players the ability to choose from multiple variations of each character impacting both strategy and fighting style. Players step into an original story showcasing some of the game’s most prolific characters including Scorpion and Sub-Zero, while introducing new challengers that represent the forces of good and evil and tie the tale together."

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Colleges are full of it: Behind the three-decade scheme to raise tuition, bankrupt generations, and hypnotize the media

One factor remained constant through all these years of journalistic hand-wringing: Those who wrote about the higher ed price problem kept expecting the Invisible Hand to assert itself and straighten this thing out. Every glimmer of light looked to them like the end of the tunnel: An unusually small tuition increase at Stanford in 1990, for example, was trumpeted on page one of the New York Times as evidence that market forces had worked, that the spiral had ended. Others agreed. In February of 1991, the Seattle Times announced that we had reached the end of the ordeal: “The fact is, middle-class students and parents simply can’t pay any more.” They were wrong, of course. Eight months later, USA Today reported that tuition was spiking upward again, growing by 12 percent that year at state universities. And it pains me to report that an education at Stanford today costs about $60,000 per year, just a little less than the most expensive schools of them all.

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11 Famous Entrepreneurs Share How They Overcame Their Biggest Failure

The most successful people are the ones who take big risks, which often means spectacular flameouts. We asked entrepreneurs who are at the top of their game how they coped when major failure smacked them in the face.

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Apple's Swift explained: What it is and what it means - CNET

In Swift, the developer was able to assign the value of sine to the balloon easily, and then see how that value changes over the execution of the app in a simple line chart. This makes it incredibly easy to visualize how that balloon is going to move so that if that's not appropriate, that can be changed immediately. Traditionally, the developer would have to run code through a compiler and then execute it and hope for the best. That process, depending on the size of the app, can take anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes or more.

12 Games at E3 2014 - E3 - Electronics Entertainment Expo Wiki Guide - IGN

Click on the game name to jump to the wiki or game info page for more information, trailers, and screenshots. This list contains both games likely to appear at E3 2014 and games that have been confirmed to appear, as noted in the final column.

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Understanding gender diversity: sex and gender are not the same thing

Finally, if you are cis, remember this advice: do not worry about not understanding or relating to trans people. As a trans person, I can assure you that the feeling is mutual. Just ask and, most importantly, listen. While asking, stay within the bounds of plain old discretion and respect. Would you ask a cis person about their medical history, sexual practices or genitalia? If not, don't ask – or even ask if you can ask – someone who is trans. There's nothing to it.

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Strava’s Cycling App Is Helping Cities Build Better Bike Lanes | Autopia | WIRED

“We were really deficient on the cycling and walking side of data,” said Margi Bradway, the active transportation lead at the Oregon DOT. State officials could build bike lanes where they seemed logical, but they didn’t really know where they were most needed or if those that were built were popular. With the hard data from Strava, educated guesses become informed decisions.

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The Fallacy of Cleaning the Gyres of Plastic With a Floating "Ocean Cleanup Array"

The reactions to my piece seem at once positive and at the same time negative. The intention is not to annihilate a kid’s dream– my comment is that it’s necessary to travel to a gyre if you’re planning on cleaning up one. My biggest issue is the capitalization on the media coverage to raise 80k on Indiegogo for a feasibility study that has already been done by scientists. It doesn’t matter what anyone’s age is– putting something forward like this means it’s going to invite scrutiny and there are so many issues with how Slat interprets data. But for anyone to think that my article or opinion is going to stop him from moving forward is ridiculous. He’s already raised half the money he needs to move forward. But so much here doesn’t add up– for instance, the Ted talk claims that plastic he harvests would be worth 500 million dollars– if you divide the money by the weight he’s talking about it comes out to $.03 per pound, roughly and that’s not accounting for the cost to build the 24 cleanup arrays. That in and of itself makes sending a ship to collect the harvest (by several degrees) cost prohibitive even disregarding that there won’t be a market for the plastic that would theoretically be taken out.

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HoverSkate: 'It makes me feel like I am flying like Ironman' - CNET

The inspiration for the HoverSkater came about a long time ago. "In the 1970s I fell in love with hovercrafts and soon decided to hybrid one with a skateboard in order to make hovercrafts smaller," Pitts tells Crave. "Later, I completed my very first prototype, but I realized it was not marketable because of its excessive weight and low power. The technology was just not good enough back then make this work."

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Taking England back to the Dark Ages

There would be plenty of advantages. Rationalisation of the 30 or so British police forces is long overdue, and this way there would be seven obvious territories for separate police forces. Sport would become very interesting, as the seven home nations battled it out with each other, and with Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland at cricket and rugby and football. The new dispensation would suit the traditionalists, because it would be rooted in a history going back to the Dark Ages, and it would suit progressive types, because it's all about devolution and bringing power closer to the citizen.

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WWDC: Live analysis on Apple's closely watched developers conference keynote from CEO Tim Cook. - Digits - WSJ

This is the problem with the media. “I am surprise that a developer conference would end with coding in a new language?” What the hey? Maybe you don’t understand anything, but ObjectiveC is so old and kludged together now that this news of Swift is tremendous! Add to that the work on Metal and you have an environment that is destined to change the IT industry. I suppose for the product population, they won’t get it until they have a piece of plastic (or whatever) in their hands. Even showing hints of what the rewrite of the operating system can do baffles the crowd which only see things like healthkit or homekit or integrated apps, etc. There is so much more going on here!

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Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption Uncovered | Threat Level | WIRED

On Thursday, the OpenSSL Foundation published an advisory warning to users to update their SSL yet again, this time to fix a previously unknown but more than decade-old bug in the software that allows any network eavesdropper to strip away its encryption. The non-profit foundation, whose encryption is used by the majority of the Web’s SSL servers, issued a patch and advised sites that use its software to upgrade immediately.

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Meet the new Apple

Beyond just loosening up, whole swaths of Apple's new ecosystem seem specifically geared towards being the foundation rather than the star attraction. Software layers like HealthKit and HomeKit show Apple at its very best, creating whole new ecosystems for third-party hardware and software developers to take advantage of. In many ways, this is reminiscent of the Apple that kickstarted the "app economy" — a company building brand-new highways that connect us to the future. This is not a new trick. Remember that Apple made music matter again when it seemed like that industry was falling apart. It’s part of the company’s DNA to give creators a platform and then just let them play to their heart's content. And it's not just cool; it's smart too. It's a way for Apple to give loft to its partners while remaining a core and fundamental part of the process. Apple doesn’t want to make door locks, it wants to make door locks talk to each other.

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Noam Chomsky: A Surveillance State Beyond Imagination Is Being Created in One of the World's Freest Countries

In other ways too, the constitutional lawyer in the White House seems determined to demolish the foundations of our civil liberties. The principle of the presumption of innocence, which dates back to Magna Carta 800 years ago, has long been dismissed to oblivion.

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The First 'Bitcoin 2.0' Crowd Sale Was A Wildly Successful $7 Million Disaster

Mastercoin is the brainchild of J.R. Willett, a developer in Seattle. He raised 4,000 BTC (worth a half-million dollars at the time) in his own fundraiser last summer based on a white paper he wrote about developing a protocol built on top of Bitcoin, that would use the Bitcoin blockchain to store digital contracts. You could use it for example to store car titles, extending the principles of Bitcoin — one person owns a certain value and is the only one who can unlock and transfer it — to lots of other kinds of property. Those who invested got the company’s own currency, also called Mastercoin, in return. “We’re a protocol layer on top of Bitcoin adding extra features,” says Willett, “We use Bitcoin like email uses the underlying layer of TCP/IP.” Willett wanted to quit his job, but with a wife and small kids, throwing his lot into Mastercoin full-time was not an option, so he hired employees and created a board of directors, including David Johnston of Bit Angels, who had invested in Mastercoin and was very excited about ‘crypto-ownership’ projects. “I helped [J.R. Willett] think through how to structure the organization,” says Johnston.

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A Crash Course In Leadership For 20-Something CEOs

To foster long term respect––with their people, their clients, and their management team––20- and 30-something CEOs need to inspire, rather than terrify. This isn’t being “soft.” The tone you set will reverberate through the culture of your organization. I remember a time when a client was upset with how a particular situation had been handled. Losing my cool or raising my voice with the team responsible wasn’t going to do anything to help the issue at hand.

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LG G3 review: the company's best phone yet

There are no manual options for ISO, white balance or any of those types of settings. To make up for it, there's a voice shutter option, which takes a picture when you say: "Whiskey," "smile," "cheese," "LG" or "kimchi." Amusingly (unsurprisingly?), the only one we could get to work reliably on our Korean version was "kimchi." This feature works for both front and rear cameras, so it might be more useful for selfies. That said, there's that hand-gesture option too. When using the front-facing camera, if you bring a hand into view and wait a moment, blue lines appear around it letting you know it's been recognized. Then you can just make a fist and the camera counts down from three before taking a snap. It's pretty cute. If you keep the camera in the most basic/default mode, with no menus to distract you, you'll mostly be good to go. I was expecting that, as the whole screen has become a shutter button, I'd be taking accidental photos all the time just by holding the phone. But that hasn't turned out to be the case. LG G3 camera samples

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Her name is Cortana. Her attitude is almost human.

Cortana is still very much a work in progress, and she has her share of shortcomings. So to mitigate this, the team designed her to be both functionally and emotionally transparent to the user. That way, the user response won't be as negative if Cortana isn't able to do something. As Hendrich explained: "If something's not her fault, she's not going to take the blame for it. We're not trying to put the user in a position to feel bad for Cortana. Not only is she AI, [but also] she's self-aware, and that principle of transparency informs a lot of how we handle error messages, our capabilities, tasks and chitchat. You'll have more faith and trust in us if we do that for you."

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Tony Awards: Expect Performances From 'Wicked,' Sting, Idina and NPH

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Researchers Can Now Create Lenses For Less Than a Penny

Medical devices are an obvious use-case for the new lenses. Dermoscopes, devices used to magnify and illuminate skin lesions when diagnosing diseases such as melanoma, for example, normally cost at least $500. This new process, however, has helped researchers develop a cheap alternative that costs about $2 and can be attached to a smartphone camera, according to Lee — a boon for doctors in rural areas or developing regions. Biologists could also implant the lenses in mice to study cells in vivo — in an organism — a process usually avoided because of how expensive it is.

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Computer becomes first to pass Turing Test in artificial intelligence milestone, but academics warn of dangerous future

A programme that convinced humans that it was a 13-year-old boy has become the first computer ever to pass the Turing Test. The test — which requires that computers are indistinguishable from humans — is considered a landmark in the development of artificial intelligence, but academics have warned that the technology could be used for cybercrime.

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F-bombs and death threats: Americans rip the FCC on net neutrality

Hello FCC, My name is Connor Hoy and I have come here to protest your actions in relation to the Net Neutrality Act. The internet has thrived for two decades now as a place of communication, commerce and relationship development. However, your current actions are threatening all that the internet currently is and what it stands for. Your doing this becuase your assholes. You want our money… Hey! I want to go on Reddit! You: "Hello there sir, are you ready to pay your daily internet fine?" Me: "Oh sure thing sir, let me just bend over so you can continue to fuck me in the ass." That’s what your doing. Your fucking the internet and the billions that use it in the ass. Fuck you, I already wrote a few letters to my senators and congressman. I kindly ask you, to reconsider your actions in regards to the Net Neutrality Act. Everyone likes the internet how it is now….why change it?

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Turn Your iPhone Into a Handheld Console With These Controllers | Gadget Lab | WIRED

2. Moga Ace Power Best For: GTA addicts and annoying children on extended car rides. With 11 gameplay buttons, including a D-pad and two analog sticks, this is basically an Xbox controller for your iPhone. It even has four shoulder buttons, but good luck finding an iOS game that makes use of them. The thumbsticks are roughly the same quality as those found on the Nintendo 3DS—in other words, you’ll wish they worked better than they do—and pop- ping your iPhone in and out of the device can be a hassle. Still, it’s worth it for the extended fragging time the controller’s internal battery provides.

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Watch Dogs Sells 4 Million Copies in a Week - IGN

This makes it the best-selling new franchise launch in history, as well as enjoying the best first week sales of any Ubisoft game ever. It adds these titles to the ones it's already picked up in the UK .

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The Quickest Way To Sound Smart? Use Your Middle Initial

Subsequent experiments revealed additional support for this middle initials effect. In one test, participants preferred to join an intellectual competition with teammates who had more middle initials, but that wasn't true when the event was an athletic one. In another, the effect held true with female names, with participants perceiving Elaine Sandford to have a lower status and intellectual capacity than other Elaines with middle initials. Additional personal details negated the effect. In one test, David F. P. R. Mitchell received a better evaluation than David Mitchell, until both were identified as a "professor"--a title strong enough to override the names.

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The History Of Graphic Design, In Icons

Start at the top, left-hand corner, of A Stylistic Survey of Graphic Design , and read from left to right. Each era (say, Arts & Crafts or Art Nouveau) is represented by a rectangular box that includes several squares that graphically represent the style described. The Modern movement, one of the largest movements depicted here, includes Bauhaus, Vorticism, De Stijl, New Typography and Istotope, Constructivism, Suprematicsm, and Futurism. Pop Chart creates, within each stamp-sized box, a visual representation of that particular style, with the design elements that prevailed at the time. So the Constructivism box echoes the intense Soviet Party posters from the 1920s, the Futurism box has a bold, attention-grabbing arrow on it, and so on.

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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick: We’re Doubling Revenue Every Six Months - Digits - WSJ

WSJ : Let’s define the market. There’s very little information right now about the size of the car service market. One report characterized the U.S. market size at $11 billion in revenue, but Uber is obviously global. How do you measure the size of the market? Mr. Kalanick:  When we got this company started (in 2009) we were pitching the seed round and we pulled a bunch of research from this report that showed that San Francisco total spend on taxi and limo was like 120 million bucks. But we’re a very healthy multiple bigger than that right now, just Uber in SF. So it’s not about the market that exists, it’s about the market we’re creating. So what is that vision?… It’s a reflection of our mission to turn ground transportation into a seamless service. Basically make car ownership a thing of the past…If you just looked at San Francisco, the ground transportation market in just San Francisco — where people pay to get in a car and go somewhere, whether they own the car or otherwise — is $22 billion. No wonder we’re several hundred million in size just in SF, and growing faster this year than last year.

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Your guide to E3 2014, the biggest week in video games

That's a lot of gaming to take in in just a few days, but it's also likely just the tip of the iceberg — E3 is typically full of surprises, so expect to plenty of brand new games you never even thought of. A desperate Nintendo, duelling Sony and Microsoft, and the first big push for commercial VR games should make for plenty of exciting reveals. Even without the draw of brand new consoles there's a lot to look forward to — and you can check it all out starting on Monday.

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Apple reveals iOS 8 at WWDC, available for free this fall

We all knew it was coming, and now it's here. Apple CEO Tim Cook just put months of breathless speculation to rest by pulling back the curtain on iOS 8 during the company's WWDC 2014 keynote address in San Francisco. It doesn't look like the sort of quantum leap that iOS 7 was, but Apple's head honcho assures us that it interacts in some fantastic ways with the new version of OS X and that it pairs great end user features with great developer features. Well, we'll be the judges of that. The big keynote just wrapped up -- here's what we know and what it means for you .

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5 Dirty Little Secrets About The Cloud

When putting together a cloud strategy for your company, it is easy to overlook some of the organizational challenges that must be overcome in order to be successful. Every company that has taken the plunge into the world of cloud computing has a war story or two to share. There is no user manual or instructional video to prepare you for some of the obstacles that must be overcome. The best you can do is talk to people who have travelled down this road and learn from their trials and tribulations. The following is a short list of war stories that either I have personally encountered or a client has shared with me over the years. I call these the cloud’s dirty little secrets because all of these were learned the hard way.

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‘Popcorn Time’ Gives Users Anonymity With a Free Built-In VPN

‘Popcorn Time’ Gives Users Anonymity With a Free Built-In VPN - http://torrentfreak.com/... interesting move

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My Mom on Making 'Cosmos' Without My Dad, Carl Sagan

Oh, I feel like we are growing up. When Carl and I were writing Cosmos with Steve [Soter] 35 years ago, we lived in a society that was overtly contemptuous of women, homophobic in the extreme and it kind of pretended to be getting over racism, and it really wasn’t. It was things that we take for granted today that were kind of impossible dreams back then. I feel like those changes are almost on a biological level because xenophobia — the fear of the other — is very deep. And to not only change [society's perception of] gender relationships in a species over a single lifetime like my own is the most radical change imaginable. That’s why I know that we’re going to get over this problem with climate change. I believe that so strongly, because we invented agriculture in response to climate change to begin with. And look what happened. Now, I believe that we still are dealing with the post-traumatic stress of the invention of agriculture, of living in cities, of having an unequal distribution of property.

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Honey is the free app that automatically finds coupons as you shop

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elementary OS

elementary develops Pantheon, our desktop environment, for elementary OS. Conveniently for many users out there, elementary OS itself is built from the same core as Ubuntu LTS versions. This means Pantheon tends to work on these versions of Ubuntu. However, Pantheon isn't all there is to elementary OS; we also have several changes under the hood that make the OS run better, and in some instances (like with the upcoming Isis release) we include newer libraries than Ubuntu. making it more difficult to use Pantheon on Ubuntu. In addition, we develop and test on elementary OS itself, and we can't always predict the conflicts users will run into when using Pantheon on other platforms.

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The Sketchbook of Susan Kare, the Artist Who Gave Computing a Human Face - NeuroTribes

Inspired by the collaborative intelligence of her fellow software designers, Kare stayed on at Apple to craft the navigational elements for Mac’s GUI. Because an application for designing icons on screen hadn’t been coded yet, she went to the University Art supply store in Palo Alto and picked up a $2.50 sketchbook so she could begin playing around with forms and ideas. In the pages of this sketchbook, which hardly anyone but Kare has seen before now*, she created the casual prototypes of a new, radically user-friendly face of computing — each square of graph paper representing a pixel on the screen.

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How the NSA Could Bug Your Powered-Off iPhone, and How to Stop Them | Threat Level | WIRED

This “playing dead” state would allow the phone to receive commands, including one to activate its microphone, says Eric McDonald, a hardware engineer in Los Angeles. McDonald is also a member of the Evad3rs, a team of iPhone hackers who created jailbreaks for the two previous iPhone operating systems. If the NSA used an exploit like those McDonald’s worked on to infect phone with malware that fakes a shutdown, “the screen would look black and nothing would happen if you pressed buttons,” he says. “But it’s conceivable that the baseband is still on, or turns on periodically. And it would be very difficult to know whether the phone has been compromised.”

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This map reveals exactly where Silicon Valley gets its talent

What would be more interesting would be to see the statistic on Silicon Valley workers diagnosed with Mental Health disorders such as; Depression and Anxiety and including BiPolar as well as Schizophrenia. Add to that the levels of THC consumed in this niche communities and that in and of itself is what separates Silicon Valley from other areas with loads of start ups. I would predict that these higher percentages of individuals suffering from these mental health disorders would mimic other areas such as Wall Street.

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Sony Discontinuing PSP - IGN

According to Time , Sony stopped sending PlayStation Portable shipments to North America in January and will now focus on the PlayStation Vita. In Japan, for example, Sony will offer Vita hardware and download discounts for PlayStation Portable owners. IGN has reached out to Sony about the possibility of similar discounts coming to North America and Europe.

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11 DIY Apartment Fixes Anyone Can Handle

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Uber Is Worth $18.2 Billion---Should Uber, Lyft & Sidecar Pay For Criminal Acts?

So should the status of the injured person. An Uber passenger may assume the risk of ride sharing, but a pedestrian in a crosswalk hasn’t. Many taxicab, limo and package delivery cases raise the age-old line between independent contractors and employees. That line is pivotal on the agency liability a company faces when an  employee  (but not an  independent contractor ) acts up.

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Comedian Tracy Morgan in Intensive Care After Accident on NJ Turnpike

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan and two members of his entourage remain in critical condition Sunday after after the limousine bus he was riding in was involved in a multi-vehicle accident on the New Jersey Turnpike Saturday that left one dead.

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The High Road to Building an Enterprise SaaS Company

Developing an enterprise-grade SaaS product is a long and difficult process. Large companies that are willing to pay top-dollar for innovative SaaS products present high requirements, on top of the product’s main functionality. SaaS products that fail to offer enterprise-grade features, like high reliability, integration with other enterprise products, enhanced security and customer support, are simply not adopted by large customers. These features take time and money to develop.

51 Google and the accidental mystery of Webdriver Torso
52 How Eyetracking Can Improve Your Webpage Design
53 150+ Job Openings in Digital Media at Netflix, CBS and More
54 This is the fastest photo chat app in the world
55 Apple: Putting doctors, trainers and nutritionists in your pocket
56 Why I Ditched Beats Music For Spotify
57 Hay Fever: 5 Ways to Know When It's Not a Cold
58 Viral Video Recap: Talking Cats, Flying Dogs and More
59 “WARNING Your phone is locked!” Crypto ransomware makes its debut on Android
60 Rafael Nadal Wins His Ninth French Open [PHOTOS]
61 This Guy Trademarked the Symbol for Pi and Took Away Our Geeky T-Shirts | Threat Level | WIRED
62 'Game of Thrones' + Disney = A Twisted Fairy Tale
63 Intel's Windows 8.1 Pro Broadwell tablet is thinner than the iPad Air
64 Uber CEO Kalanick Likely A Billionaire After $18.2 Billion Valuation
65 RebelMouse relaunches as a full-fledged publishing platform that's tuned for viral content
66 What Morgan Freeman Doesn’t Understand About Race
67 Milq Wants to Help You Organize the Internet
68 Huge Lego 'Star Wars' Star Destroyer will warm your Darth heart - CNET
69 Here are a few lesser-known new features in iOS 8
70 'Homeless spikes' installed outside London flats - Telegraph
71 No Instructions, No Right Answers: A 263-Piece Building Kit For Curious Kids
72 Tickets for Restaurants
73 Netflix & Co. will soon make more money than movie theaters
74 Why Daydreaming And Downtime Can Be Secrets To Innovation
75 Google Now Has An Alarm That Can Wake You Up To Keep You From Missing Your Stop On Public Transportation
76 Red Button Flaw Exposes Major Vulnerability In Millions of Smart TVs
77 Environment: Accelerate research on land creation
78 Hyperrealistic Paintings Explore the Hidden World of Binge Eating
79 13 Ridiculous Travel Accessories No One Will Ever Need
80 E3 2014 Press Conferences - E3 - Electronics Entertainment Expo Wiki Guide - IGN
81 Announcing WIRED by Design, a Live Magazine | Design | WIRED
82 To Build a Career Network, Just Remember One Thing
83 Rand Paul looks for a few good nerds to help conservative causes - Washington Wire - WSJ
84 Greenhouse
85 Solar energy: Springtime for the artificial leaf
86 80% Indians have skewed lipid level, 72% low good cholesterol - The Times of India
87 How to Treat ADHD Without Drugs | NutritionFacts.org
88 Project Tango Shows a Future Filled with 3-D Mapping | MIT Technology Review
89 New 'Mega-Earth' Means Habitable Worlds Could Be Even Closer
90 Why Your Product Must Deliver More in Less
91 How Boeing Will Transport Customers To Space
92 Uber raises $1.2B at a record-breaking $17B valuation — & it plans to raise $200M more
93 Here's what Apple's iCloud Drive will cost you, compared with its competition - CNET
94 Here's How Many Of The Fastest-Growing Messaging Apps Are Already Earning Significant Revenues
95 5 Gaming Trends to Watch for at E3
96 Apple attempts to conquer the connected home
97 Visiobike e-bike makes your phone into a rear-view mirror - CNET