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Top 10 Jobs With the Highest Work-Life Balance

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The Relationship Between Creativity and Mental Illness

Many personality characteristics of creative people … make them more vulnerable, including openness to new experiences, a tolerance for ambiguity, and an approach to life and the world that is relatively free of preconceptions. This flexibility permits them to perceive things in a fresh and novel way, which is an important basis for creativity. But it also means that their inner world is complex, ambiguous, and filled with shades of gray rather than black and white. It is a world filled with many questions and few easy answers. While less creative people can quickly respond to situations based on what they have been told by people in authority — parents, teachers, pastors, rabbis, or priests — the creative person lives in a more fluid and nebulous world. He or she may have to confront criticism or rejection for being too questioning, or too unconventional. Such traits can lead to feelings of depression or social alienation. A highly original person may seem odd or strange to others. Too much openness means living on the edge. Sometimes the person may drop over the edge… into depression, mania, or perhaps schizophrenia.

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NYC Approves Apartment Building With Separate Entrance for Poor People

It would be difficult to come with a more on-the-nose metaphor for New York City's income inequality problem than the new high-rise apartment building coming to 40 Riverside Boulevard, which will feature separate doors for regular, wealthy humans and whatever you call the scum that rents affordable housing.

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Hip-hop producer J Dilla's beat-making gear headed to Smithsonian

Last week, the Smithsonian announced two of J Dilla's production tools would be displayed at the upcoming National Museum of African American History and Culture . Thanks to a donation from his mother (pictured above), the influential artist/producer's custom Minimoog Voyager and Akai Music Production Center (MPC) 3000 Limited Edition will be part of a collection that aims "to explore how popular music helped shape the nation's history and culture politically and socially." Before passing away in 2006, J Dilla worked with A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, The Roots, The Pharcyde and many more, creating unique sounds for each in addition to his own solo work. "Everyone who pays attention to hip-hop has heard J Dilla's work whether they realize it or not," said Timothy Ann Burnside, the museum's popular music historian. "In the very demanding world of hip-hop producers, he was one of the busiest and most sought-after." When the museum opens in 2016, Dilla's instruments will be included in the "Musical Crossroads" exhibit -- one of the venue's 11 inaugural collections. If you're unfamiliar with his work, there's a brief introductory Spotify playlist from our Engadget channel just after the break.

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Facebook now lets you save links, places, music, and more for later

Keeping up with Facebook's news feed can often feel like a losing battle, especially when you've got friends that bombard the stream with links several times a day. No one has time to read all that on the spot, and thankfully Facebook is completely aware of those time constraints. Since most people can't spend the entire day on Facebook, today the company is introducing a new "Save" feature that makes getting back to links and other shared content much easier. It's rolling out to all users on iOS, Android, and the web over the next few days.

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Incredible space stone seems like it has a nebula trapped inside

This is just a stone. Not a photo of a stone with a Hubble Space Telescope image pasted over it. Not a hologram made inside some piece of glass. Not a portal to another dimension. Just a stone. It's like a some spacetime wizard captured a piece of the Universe and trapped it inside.

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Microsoft Blends 5 Conferences To Create The “Unified Microsoft Commercial Technology Event” | TechCrunch

I confirmed with Microsoft that the decision has no impact on Build, the company’s other developer event. That’s hardly surprising. It would have been odd to see Microsoft lower its load of developer outreach at a time when it is scrambling to grow developer mindshare in certain product categories, and preserve where it already retains buy-in.

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Facebook Launches Save, A Read-It-Later List For Links, Places, And Media Pages | TechCrunch

It’s curious that Facebook took so long to release this feature, especially since the final version isn’t that different from its tests in 2012. Since then Pocket (originally known as Read It Later), has grown to 12 million registered users. That’s massively dwarfed by the potential market for Save, thanks to Facebook’s 1.28 billion users. Still, some early adopters may have already settled into Pocket. It offers caching of content for offline viewing, as wells as content suggestions, tags, favorites, and inbox, plus a $5 a month premium tier with permanent copies in case content is removed from the web.

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Leaked ‘Windows 9’ screenshots offer a closer look at the new Start Menu

The new Start Menu hasn’t changed much since Microsoft demonstrated it at Build in April, but the screenshots show a variety of "Metro-style" apps that are pinned to the menu, alongside traditional applications.  The Verge understands the screenshots are genuine, and that in some current development versions of "Windows 9" the Start Menu expands to maximize the screen and act like the Start Screen found in Windows 8. The second screenshot also shows how Microsoft is planning to make "Metro-style" apps run in the desktop as windowed or fullscreen. This is an essential part of Microsoft’s plans for the next version of Windows, to make it a lot more mouse and keyboard friendly with a significant focus on the desktop.

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Australian Graphic Design Startup Canva Raises Additional $3.6M | TechCrunch

Canva , a site that lets non-designers create graphics using drag-and-drop tools, has nabbed an additional $3.6 million in funding from Founders Fund and Shasta Ventures, as well as existing investors Matrix Partners, Blackbird Ventures, and Square Peg Capital. This brings its total raised so far to $7 million .

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Chuck Palahniuk reconvenes his 'Fight Club'

Chuck Palahniuk reconvenes his 'Fight Club' Comic-book sequel "Fight Club 2" picks up 10 years after the ending of Chuck Palahniuk's 1996 book. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1rwiUht

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Pro-Russian Rebel Leader Gives Malaysians MH17's Black Boxes

"In recent days, we have been working behind the scenes to establish contact with those in charge of the MH17 crash site," Razak said Monday night as a team of Malaysian investigators arrived in the area. "That contact has now been made," he said. "Under difficult and fluid circumstances, we have been discussing the problems that have occupied us all: securing vital evidence from the aircraft, launching an independent investigation, and above all recovering the remains of those who lost their lives."

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Forget Wristbands, FreeWavz Brings Fitness Monitoring To Your Earphones | TechCrunch

In addition to offering the fitness monitoring and music, the water-and-sweat-resistant FreeWavz earphones also offer some features that runners and bikers will appreciate – they include a second set of microphones just above the earbud, which allow you to customize the mix of music and listen-through of your surroundings. What that means is that you’ll be able to hear your music as well as oncoming cars – noise that other earphones may block out.

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Google In The Running To Turn NYC Pay Phones Into Free Wi-Fi Hotspots | TechCrunch

The plan NYC is running to enable its pay phone locations with Wi-Fi stipulates that providers can’t charge for it; they can instead charge for phone service, and incorporate advertisements. The request covers all of New York’s 7,300 pay phones, which would mean that the successful completion of a project would result in a city pretty much blanketed with free Wi-Fi. The RFP from the city also stipulates that users, once connected to one payphone hotspot, can connect to any other in the city without having to login anew.

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BitLit Partners With HarperCollins To Make Buying Digital Versions Of Books You Already Own Easier | TechCrunch

The idea behind BitLit is pretty simple: scan the title page of a book you already own, write your name on the copyright page and scan that, too, and within a few seconds, you have access to the e-book version of your book.

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Tiny device aims to tell you if your drink has been spiked

If the $100,000 is raised, the the team behind pd.id (short for Personal Drink ID) aims to have the gear on sale within six months, priced at $75. Thankfully, the hardware is reusable, so could be employed to keep you safe throughout a night on the tiles. Wilson and his colleagues haven't talked about how easy it'll be to shrink the technology down, or how accurate the unit will be when it launches. If those caveats won't deter you from supporting what could be a very worthy cause, then you can contribute at the source link.

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Why Microsoft's Layoff Is Much More Sweeping Than The 18,000 Cuts

I spoke with a current contract worker at Microsoft who works under a v-dash badge and wishes to remain anonymous. He said, ”Myself and many of my coworkers have been perma-contract workers at Microsoft for years. Perma-contractor is what those of us who do IT and Server stuff are called because we work to the limit of our contract, take a vacation and come back to the same job. It was a good gig because we typically made more than our salaried coworkers because the hourly was better and we go overtime.” He explained that the change in this policy now means that “I can’t do years of work with only a month or two of a break in-between. This will drastically impact my lifestyle and finances.”

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An iPad App To Make All Your Selfies Go 3D | TechCrunch

While the app is designed for iPad, a good hacker will be able to rig it for use on any iOS device, including a smartphone. It can technically hook up with any iOS device that has a Lightning dock connector. Occipital is also considering making a sensor to fit specifically on phone cameras so users can make 3D models of any object on the go and then upload that to the cloud to, say, 3D print it at a later date. While Structure Sensor will be required to scan images, users can still download Itseez3D to view sample models.

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Spotify Passes One Year in Asia, Will Step Up Branding

In April 2013, Spotify first entered Asia  with its launches in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore. Now it’s been just slightly over a year since its move into the region, but Spotify seems to be taking it slow with its expansion plans. Currently it’s only in five Asian markets after tacking on Taiwan and Philippines.

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Michel Gondry talks technology, his latest film 'Mood Indigo,' and why he can't use an iPhone

The iPhone seems to be very small. Vimeo is a bit bigger. Sometimes you see people watching movies in the subway, and they cut you off from the real world a little too much. People used to do that in the ’80s with the Walkman. But, even back then, if you put music in your ears and you watched reality, you’re like in a movie, but still it’s a movie based on reality. But I’m sure what David Lynch is upset about is the size of screen. As small as it is, [the screen] captures all your focus and attention. It’s true that it’s more engaging, it’s more magical, to go in a theater and watch it. And let’s say you go with your girlfriend and best friend, or boyfriend, then you can go and have a drink and talk about it. And it makes something special out of it. It’s a different experience.

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iPad mini, iPhone 6 mocked up without thick antenna lines

Hajak has shared four beautiful side-by-side mockups of the next-generation iPad mini in soft gold and iPhone 6 in space grey. The photos are pretty similar with mockups that have surfaced in the past, but the removal of the thick antenna lines on the iPhone 6 likely provides a more accurate glimpse at what the smartphone should look like.

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Microsoft Starts Pre-Orders For The Surface Pro 3 Docking Station | TechCrunch

The new Microsoft dock replaces the existing Surface Pro dock, with a design designed to fit the new Surface Pro 3 snugly, propping up the tablet-style portable PC at a comfortable viewing angle, too. The other ports that it brings to the table include 2 USB 2.0 ports, a Mini DisplayPort on the dock (in addition to the one on the Surface Pro 3 itself) and a security lock slot so that people can’t just pick up your slate and walk away with it. With the USB 3.0 ports on the Surface Pro 3 itself, you get a total of six USB 3.0 ports to play with thanks to the new dock, and you can output video to two external monitors as well as the Surface Pro 3 screen itself.

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The Majority Of Today’s App Businesses Are Not Sustainable | TechCrunch

Though the app stores continue to fill up with ever more mobile applications, the reality is that most of these are not sustainable businesses. According to a new report out this morning, half (50%) of iOS developers and even more (64%) Android developers are operating below the “app poverty line” of $500 per app per month.

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Apple's Upcoming iPhone Launch Will Be Its Biggest Ever, In More Ways Than One

The worst kept secret in the technology industry right now is that the next iPhones will be delivered with bigger screens this September, coming in 4.7 and 5.5-inch sizes. But if reports out of the Far East are to be believed, the new iPhone won’t just be bigger it will be huge — for Apple Apple that is. How so? The Wall Street Journal reports Apple is asking its suppliers to build 70-80 million new iPhones by year end. That represents an increase of up to 60% from last year’s orders for the iPhone 5s and 5c, which totaled 50-60 million.

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Toyota’s Latest Minivan Keeps Eyes On The Road And Kids Quiet | TechCrunch

Toyota operates 75 manufacturing companies across 28 countries globally, and markets vehicles in more than 170 countries, thanks to the support of a 320,000-strong workforce. Toyota began selling cars in Europe in 1963, has invested over 7 billion since 1990 and currently employs some 80,000 people here. Their European operations are supported by a network of 31 National Marketing and Sales Companies …

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'Simpsons World' puts the full series online, but you'll need cable to watch everything

First, the good news: At its Television Critics Awards, Fox just announced the details of its plan to put every episode of The Simpsons online for streaming (also, Louie and Fargo have been renewed). Simpsons World will launch in October and let fans browse episodes, create their own playlists, search for/share clips and more. Before that, the FXX cable channel will run "the longest TV marathon in history" by airing the full 25-season / 552 episode run (just for reference, the first HD episode is S20E10, from 2009 ) in one shot, 24 hours a day, plus The Simpsons Movie, from August 21st until September 1st. The bad news? To access more than just clips, you'll need a subscription with a participating cable provider. Simpsons World will live both on the web, and through the FXNow app on iOS, Android, Xbox and other smart TV platforms. From those in attendance, like Max Follmer of Brief , the app sounds very well put together, and will let fans do things like follow along with the script as it was originally written and immediately share quotes.

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11 On-Demand Music Streaming Services Compared

There’s no shortage of apps to help you discover new music . Some are slaves to algorithms, some depend on human-curation, while some combine the best of both worlds. There’s been a flurry of activity in the music-streaming space of late, with seemingly every company wanting a piece of the music-subscription pie – even Samsung has launched its own Pandora-style service.

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How Monsieur Shook Up Disrupt SF With Its Bartending Robot | TechCrunch

In a phone call this week, Monsieur’s chairman Paul Judge told TechCrunch that the company has completed a pilot at Philips Arena in Atlanta, and has been showcased by the National Restaurant Association, which has led to a surge in orders from restaurants and hotels. At the moment, Monsieur has several million dollars of orders in the pipeline in addition to the Kickstarter orders, and is on track to ship upwards of 1,000 units.

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What You Need to Know About the Sneakiest New Online Tracking Tool

Canvas fingerprinting is an especially sinister form of online tracking because you can't use AdBlock Plus or your standard web browser privacy settings to get around them. Incognito mode is no match for canvas fingerprinting, which is bad news for everyone trying to keep their porn viewing habits on the DL by clicking the Incognito button. They know what you've seen.

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Interlude’s Parallel Video Feature Gives You A Cool Way To Combine Clips, Channel Surfing Style | TechCrunch

Interlude is a digital media company that designs, develops and markets interactive video technology, allowing consumers to create in real-time, a unique and dynamic version of a video that is based on pre-recorded audio/video segments - a one-of-a kind version of a popular video, created from millions of unique possibilities. The Interlude technology platform utilizes audio/video footage to create …

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Seoul Moves to Ban Uber, Plans Own App - Korea Real Time - WSJ

UPDATE: Uber Monday evening called Seoul city government’s earlier statement a sign that it lags behind in adopting what it called an innovation in transportation. “Comments like these show Seoul is in danger of remaining trapped in the past and getting left behind by the global ‘sharing economy’ movement,” the statement said. An Uber spokesman in Seoul denied that the service was illegal as Uber is “a technology company that connects drivers with passengers” and doesn’t directly run a taxi service with rented cars.

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Best iPhone Camera Apps 2014

One notable feature of VSCO Cam is that while the app lets you shoot with an Instagram-friendly square format framing guide, the app always captures the camera’s full sensor output, which allows you to re-adjust a square crop to your satisfaction after the fact. While this may seem redundant, the truth is that it’s always good to have the option to fine-tune your composition. The app is free, with VSCO earning money through in-app purchases of additional filter presets. These filter presets, like the ones that come with the app by default, veer more towards the subtle than the garish, something that can’t be said for many camera apps. And no matter which filter you choose, you can use a slider to regulate the strength of the effect. You can also make manual post-capture adjustments to essentials like brightness, contrast, saturation, and have some ability to maintain image detail in highlight and shadow areas independently.

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Tesla's Model 3 Will Be Its Best-Selling Car--Despite Musk's Failure To Work Sex Into Name

I’ll probably be one of the first to buy this car but I still have many concerns. Most of them revolving around the battery, obviously. I’d like to know what mileage people can ACTUALLY in real world conditions for city and highway. What kind of loss is there over time with the batteries overall effectiveness annually. I would hope no more than 2%-3%. Any more than that and the car would be worthless after 6 years because of my third concern, lack of charging stations. If you can’t take this car cross country it isn’t a viable option for the masses. Not because everyone takes their car all over the US but it is an indicator of how prevalent charging stations are. I live in Dallas, the 3rd largest market in the US yet there is only 1 or 2 stations in the area according to tesla’s website. Last, and this isn’t really a deal breaker for me but it could be for a lot of people, the range. 200 epa is not great by any stretch of the imagination. I’m only speculating here but that will only get you around 120 real world conditions, at least based on what I’ve seen on various tesla forums. That is based off the Tesla S which is bigger so it will inevitably be a bigger hog but not so much that we could expect more than 20-40 miles more per max charge.

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10 Worst Types of First Messages in Online Dating

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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Danish People Are Genetically Programmed For Happiness

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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America's Most Surprising Six-Figure Jobs

Top-dollar salaries are often associated with corner offices, operating rooms, and trading floors. As it turns out, those aren’t the only arenas in which professionals can bring in six figure salaries–some of those whose offices are elevator shafts, roulette tables, and the open seas rake in serious earnings that many might find surprising.

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Best New Apps: Overcast for iPhone

Even if you're happy with your podcast client, there's no reason not to give Overcast a try — it imports your subscriptions over OPML, making for a smooth transition. If you're not happy with your current app of choice, the decision's even clearer; Arment has even included links to competing clients in the event that Overcast isn't for you. And if you don't listen to podcasts in the first place, well, Overcast's discovery features are as good a place as any to get started — the app pulls in recommendations from your Twitter feed, making it easy to find new shows.

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Jessica Alba Shines Through Facial Scars in 'Sin City' Poster

Neither sleet nor bad attitude nor deep facial lacerations will keep Jessica Alba from delivering her smoldering awesomeness in this poster for Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez' Sin City: A Dame to Kill For .

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Secret Is Becoming The Next Tinder

At least, nothing indicates that it is. Its app store rankings  fluctuate wildly and often don’t register in the top 1,500 overall — compared to its bigger, brasher rival Whisper, which is usually in the top 200. Secret won’t discuss growth numbers, but a source told Forbes’s Parmy Olson in April that Secret had less than 1 million downloads, and venture capitalists talk openly about its low Android download numbers.

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Americans spend a quarter of their media time on mobile devices, but mobile's share of the ad market isn't even 10%

Still, the imbalance remains stark: American adults now spend almost a quarter of their media time on mobile devices, eMarketer estimates, yet this year's spending growth will raise mobile's share of the ad market to only 9.8%. By contrast, American adults spend only 2% of their media time reading newspapers but ad spending for the sector hangs just under 10% of the overall market, eMarketer estimates.

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Why Amazon Terrifies Publishers: Let's Look At Royalty Statements

They’re a good channel, they’re just a small part of the picture at present for business books. Probably because of the Seth Godin maxim that “books that sell by the truckload are usually bought by the caseload” to pass around a company or event in this case. The question of amazon’s intentions are incredibly important, I don’t really understand the “no need to debate” comment. If you move over to a direct to amazon model, then the next step is in amazon’s court, for example when they decide you deserve to get paid something similar to zero for the exposure of being included in their 9.99 a month eat all you want plan.

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Why I Love to Quit

But like most things in life, it’s not that black and white. For example, we wouldn’t consider ourselves failures if we quit being addicted to heroin, or quit a job with a verbally abusive boss, or quit running marathons because the muscles holding our legs together were deteriorating to the point that if we continued, we’d end up paralyzed.

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How Facebook Beat Wall Street with Data

Zuckerberg et al simply ignored all of the controversy swirling about them and set about calmly calculating how they would continue on their mission to make the world more open and connected. To change the world you need money, so the first thing on the list was finding a way to generate revenues from the vast numbers of users (1.1Bn monthly visitors last time I checked – a ridiculous statistic!) who visit Facebook.

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Strange Bedfellows: Silicon Valley Techies ‘Like’ Conservative Senator Rand Paul - CBS San Francisco

“I love that Rand Paul is in the mix, that he’s talking about privacy, and really important issues for technologists,” said Baehr. “But what will he do for the rest of the country? I’m not paid to be a political prognosticator, I’m just trying to grow a business.”

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Behind the scenes of Aquion Energy's battery factory & the future of solar storage

Your analysis does not match mine. I think it is a little better than you are saying, unless I am missing something. I don’t know wherer you are, but if your producing 15 Mwh/yr, I am guessing you have 8-12 kw on your roof–depends on your solar resource of course. If you are looking for one day of storage, that would be 41 kwh (15 Mwh/365). The cost at $500/kwh is less than 21K, and at $200/kwh projected, it is only about 8K. If you want 2 days of storage, it still only goes to 42K and 16K. The economics are also dependant on where you are, as the cycle life also might last more than 10 years. If you are in arizona, the times it would be needed would be small. If you are in Seattle, then 10 years might be a good number. Is there something that I am missing?

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New iPhone 6 Photos hint at light-up Apple logo for Notifications [updated]

These photos have fueled speculation that the Apple logo on the back of the iPhone could light up when you receive new text messages, phone calls, emails or other notifications. It is possible that Apple could extend the feature to developers to implement in third-party apps.

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'Find My iPhone' helps man track down stolen car in Peru

Molina turned to the local police to file a report of his stolen vehicle, while his wife looked for clues using Find My iPhone. As it turns out, the iPad’s geo-location eventually stabilized and Molina was able to locate his car in a remote location outside of the police eye.

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Build your own singing Tesla coil - CNET

"TinyTesla is a little Tesla coil that shoots sparks, plays MIDI tracks, and exercises your soldering skills," the team wrote. "This coil kit is designed to be easy to build and assemble for anyone with basic soldering skills. Shooting lightning and playing music using electricity itself is an exciting way to learn about physics and electronics!"

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SDCC 2014: Appleseed Alpha Coming to Comic-Con - IGN

World-renowned anime filmmaker Shinji Aramaki (Starship Troopers: Invasion) helms the latest installment in the sci-fi adventure series based on the original comic books by Ghost in the Shell creator Masamune Shirow. In Appleseed Alpha, the story depicts the early days of female soldier Deunan and her cyborg partner, Briareos, as they embark on a whirlwind journey in search of the legendary city of Olympus.

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An Iconic Speaker That’s Re-Engineered for Streaming Music | Gadget Lab | WIRED

For me, the biggest drawback is undoubtedly the OD-11′s price. At $899, it’s nearly twice what many would consider paying for a fancy premium wireless speaker. You get a $100 discount if you buy two OD-11s, but I’m still not sure who would pay $1,699 for two small speakers, even if they do sound good. It’s also a little disappointing when you consider that part of what made the original OD-11s so popular was their affordability. In 1978, a pair cost 1,300 Krona. That’s about $190 today, or $713 with inflation, still less than what one costs right now. I’m sure it took plenty of engineering kung fu and frustrating trial to error to modernize these speakers, but it’s just a shame so many people won’t get to hear the end result of that labor. It is lovely sounding.

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57 $700 Sony Walkman with 128GB of storage for “high-resolution audio” finds niche in Japan
58 Sims 4 gameplay walkthrough reveals Premium membership
59 Why Being A Work-From-Home Parent Is The Worst Of Both Worlds
60 Octoblu Peels Back The Covers On Its Internet Of Things Platform
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62 How Hackers Are Hijacking News Sites Using Bitly
63 Facebook Explains Why It Wants to Be a Retail Store | Business | WIRED
64 8 Great Reasons to Visit San Diego Besides Comic-Con | Magazine | WIRED
65 A North Korean Architect’s Crazy Visions of the Future | Design | WIRED
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67 EFF's snoop-stopping, ad-smashing Privacy Badger plugin hits beta
68 Netflix Is Going To Start Selling Gift Cards
69 Cooking with my iPhone: A review of Supermechanical’s Range thermometers
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76 Destiny Ghost Edition pulling a vanishing act from retailers
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