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Alibaba Invests $120M in Mobile Gaming Co. Kabam at Valuation More Than $1 Billion - Venture Capital Dispatch - WSJ

With users in more than 150 countries playing its three dozen games, Kabam represents a way for Alibaba to reach people through play. Although Alibaba has offered mobile games through its Taobao marketplace app and its Laiwang messaging service since January, partnering with Kabam marks a major push into a sector that has long been a sweet spot for competitors. For example, Tencent has invested  $231 million in Riot Games Inc., $330 million in Epic Games Inc. and an undisclosed amount in Activision Blizzard Inc. to bring games to its users.

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Hilton Hotels Now Lets Your Choose Your Room With Your Phone | TechCrunch

An open door. A welcoming smile. An exceptional experience. That's what we offer the millions of travelers who stay with us every year. And we never forget the reason we're here: to delight our guests, team members, and owners alike. We're Hilton Worldwide. Conrad N. Hilton began with a 40-room hotel in a small Texas town in 1919. Today, Hilton Worldwide is the world's preeminent hospitality company, …

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Twitter Acquires Password Security Startup Mitro, Open Sources Its Product | TechCrunch

Twitter is an online social network and a microblogging service that enables users to send and read “tweets," which are messages limited to 140 characters. Registered users of Twitter are able to read and post tweets via the web, SMS or mobile applications. Created in March 2006, Twitter is a global real-time communications platform with 400 million monthly visitors to twitter.com and more than …

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Should You Be Paid For Your Social Media Posts?

Whether Bubblews does end up engaging in the data collection option preserved in its privacy policy is an open question, but for now, its creators say their methods are more transparent than other social media platforms. To elaborate on this point, Dixit compares social media networks to spaces that could have once been described as free public parks. “As time progressed, they were forced to figure out ways to monetize, which upset people because now there’s billboards in the parks,” Dixit says. “Why don’t we create something that’s business up front? We do have to advertise, we do have to monetize, and we want people to feel like they’re part of the ecosystem.”

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Apple's CDN Now Live: Has Paid Deals With ISPs, Massive Capacity In Place - Dan Rayburn - StreamingMediaBlog.com

From ISPs I have spoken with, they tell me Apple has put a massive amount of capacity in place, with many saying that Apple has more than 10x the capacity they are using today, all ready to go. With Apple planning to release the beta version of their next desktop OS today, Yosemite (10.10), and with iOS 8 expected to come out this fall, Apple’s putting in place a lot of capacity to support upcoming software releases. Apple is still using Akamai and Level 3′s CDN services for iTunes (Akamai), Radio (Level 3) and app downloads, but over time, much of that traffic will be brought over to Apple’s CDN. It’s too early to know how much traffic will come over and when, but Apple’s already started using their own CDN much faster than I expected. The pace of their build out and amount of money they are spending on infrastructure is incredible. Based on my calculations, Apple has already put in place multiple terabits per second of capacity and by the end of this year, will have invested well more than $100M in their CDN build out.

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11 Big Data Certifications That Will Pay Off

Data and big data analytics are becoming the life's blood of business. Data scientists and analysts with expertise in the techniques required to analyze big data and engineers and developers who know their way around Hadoop clusters and other technologies, are hard to come by. If you're looking for a way to get an edge -- whether you're job hunting, angling for a promotion or just want tangible, third-party proof of your skills – big data certification is a great option. Certifications measure your knowledge and skills against industry- and vendor-specific benchmarks to prove to employers that you have the right skillset. The number of big data certs is expanding at a rapidly. Here are 11 you should consider.

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Shazam Brings its Music Recognition App to the Mac

Shazam says the app is focused less on identifying music and more on helping you engage with the artist or song. Of course, there will always be scenarios where you just want to know what’s playing in your local coffee shop, or the track used in a recent movie trailer. But the company wants to push the services it can offer after the song has been tagged – this is clearly where the monetization opportunities lie, and an area where Shazam think it can stand out. Lyric sites, for instance, are typically horrible to browse and Shazam hopes its professional alternative will appeal to all types of music fans.

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Shazam Launches Its First Desktop App

Shazam for Mac will also help Shazam move beyond its core utility as a sound-identifying tool. Each notification on the desktop links to Shazam’s recently updated website, which now includes song lyrics and, more profitably, to music stores from which Shazam collects affiliate referral fees. “Shazam.com and Shazam for Mac, they’re best friends,” Shazam’s chief product officer, Daniel Danker, tells Fast Company .

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Empowering Social Sellers with LinkedIn’s New Sales Navigator

Our goal is to make the right matches between buyers and sellers, but we know that not everyone on LinkedIn fits into these two roles.  If a member currently has limited contact with sales professionals on LinkedIn, this doesn’t suddenly change.  Members can decline connection requests and block members if they aren’t interested in being contacted. As we do with all of our products, we’re approaching this with a member-first perspective.

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You can play every Game Boy Advance game on your iPhone right now

Aside from its ease of installation, GBA4iOS is simply one of the most polished GBA emulators on any platform, with full Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy support, accelerated speed, multiple and locked save states, as well as customizable skins and Dropbox syncing for saves between multiple devices. It also takes advantage of some the latest iOS features, including AirPlay streaming, AirDrop, and Apple’s recent MFI Bluetooth controllers.

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Judge orders Microsoft to turn over data held overseas

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TechCrunch Open Sources Its WordPress Async Task Library | TechCrunch

On the TechCrunch site, loading CrunchBase cards on article pages is an example of a process that could slow down the site, since the information needed for each card becomes available via the CrunchBase API. To improve performance, we cache a copy of their data for about 12 hours. But when we initially retrieve that data or refresh it, we don’t want the API call to affect our page load time.

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How 4 Successful Entrepreneurs Came Back After Startup Failure

Phase 6: Changing your behavior. Once you’ve gained insight, it’s time to change your behavior. He writes about the last and hardest phase of his grief: “While I stopped blaming others, understanding what I could change in my behavior took long months. It would have been much easier to just move on, but I was looking for the lessons that would make my next startup successful. I looked at the patterns of behavior, not just at my last company but also across my entire career. I learned how to dial back the hubris, get other smart people to work with me--rather than just for me, listen better, and act and do what was right--regardless of what others thought I should do.”

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Comcast customer allegedly pulls gun on repair man over fees - CNET

Baca-Lucero was jailed and has now been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She claims that the Comcast service engineer didn't want to leave her house and that's why she took out her gun. She insists that she pointed it in the air, rather than, as he claims, at him.

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'Reddit Live' tool pushes everyone's favorite news sharing site in a bold new direction (exclusive interview)

Martin:  It’s way too early to tell. When we first added the ability to make text posts we had no idea they’d quickly become over one-third of all the “links” on the site. Similarly, I don’t think anyone anticipated that a really simple and reliable image hosting service [Imgur] coming along would so dramatically increase the popularity of image-based subreddits. but it wouldn’t surprise me if certain elements of Reddit live make their way into the existing Reddit toolset.

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Snapchat VP Of Engineering Peter Magnusson Departs Startup After Just 6 Months | TechCrunch

Snapchat’s VP of Engineering,  Peter Magnusson , has left the company only six months after the L.A.-based startup was able to poach him away from Google. Magnusson was a particularly high-profile win for the ephemeral messaging app maker, as he had previously headed up Google’s App Engine, a cloud-based platform that counts  Snapchat as one of its largest customers.

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Creative Ways To Turn Your Commute From Hell Into Productive "Me Time"

I would add, reflect on things that make you smile, or even better, laugh. Just think about one thing after another that makes you feel good inside. It might be a memory, or it might be something that you hope will happen, or something you know could never happen but is just fun to think about. Try to keep it a kind thought, instead of snarky, because laughing AT others is an empty sort of joy. Feed your emotional well-being with lots of good feelings, in preparation for a day or evening that is inevitably going to involve some interactions that spend that precious energy.

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Why Are These Women Laughing? Because a Turkish Politician Says They Shouldn't

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This Week in the Nintendo eShop - IGN

Originally debutting in 2001 on Game Boy Advance, Mega Man Battle Network is another spinoff of the classic series but this time it's a tactical RPG. Set in a world where Mega Man is a computer program (dubbed MegaMan.EXE) and the villain is the WWW organization, Battle Network is pretty out there, but the real-time grid-based combat is engrossing, fusing the Mega Man style with an RPG format. The story's dumb, though. Real dumb.

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Guardians of the Galaxy review: Marvel’s own Farscape | Reviews | Geek.com

The key to Guardians of the Galaxy is “subverted expectations.” There’s a talking raccoon with a gun played by Bradley Cooper. You’d expect wise-cracking comic relief. He makes jokes, but he’s also a remarkably dark character with genuine bitterness and frustration about his origins. There’s a big green man played by professional wrestler Dave Bautista. You’d expect him to be a grunting Hulk analog that just beats the crap out of everything. He definitely wrecks things, but he’s also an honorable, if overly literal warrior that produces some of the most hilarious moments thanks to Bautista’s surprisingly strong comic timing. It’s a sci-fi movie and there’s a character played by Zoe Saldana. You’d expect her to hook up with the main character. She actually recognizes that Star-Lord is actually kind of a philandering dick. You won’t find surprises in the structure of the film, but forget about anything you think will happen in the characterization.

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Automatic Vision-Correcting Displays Could Let You Ditch The Reading Glasses | TechCrunch

The new display tech is actually a variation on glasses-free 3D, which works not by displaying different images to both the left and right eyes, but by sending slightly different images to different parts of each pupil, simulating an image that appears right where their sweet spot is in terms of focal distance. While the tech does mean a slight reduction in image resolution, it isn’t all that dramatic, though the use of a screen with pinholes designed to block light from hitting specific pats of the pupil mean that brightness is drastically reduced. Still, a viable solution to this problem already exists and could be implemented in commercial versions.

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Wunderlist becomes a platform, aiming to be "the home of all the world's lists"

Wunderlist 3 is a faster, slicker, more collaboration-friendly iteration of the popular productivity app. But it’s also the first step in a strategic shift for Berlin’s 6Wunderkinder.

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Stripe Backs Non-Profit Decentralized Payment Network Stellar, From Mt. Gox’s Original Creator | TechCrunch

A quarter of the Stellars will go to non-profits via an ‘increased access’ program, while another 20 percent will go to existing Bitcoin holders based on a snapshot of the blockchain on a specific date in the future. The remaining 5 percent will go toward operational costs. If the value of Stellar’s payment network increases, so will the value of the Stellars that the non-profit holds.

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Target Hires a New CEO

Target has hired Pepsi executive Brian Cornell as its new chairman and CEO as it continues to pick up the pieces from last year's huge data breach .

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Apple's content delivery network is reportedly live and it's huge

But yesterday The Information reported that Apple still has designs to launch a TV service that can “make any show available at any time—live broadcasts and old reruns alike—using remote storage.” A service like that would need a burly CDN, but it’s years away if it’s even a possibility. No matter what Apple decides to do with its CDN, it’s certainly an area to watch the Cupertino giant.

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China rebuffs Canada for 'irresponsible' hacking claims - CNET

Canada claimed earlier this week that a "highly sophisticated Chinese state-sponsored actor" hacked into the IT infrastructure at the National Research Council, which handles Canada's research and development efforts on behalf of its government. Canada said that it isolated the attack to the National Research Council's own servers, and the cyberattack did not extend into the rest of the government's networks.

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BlackBerry opens up BBM to Windows phone users

"I can't tell you whether we are going to do BBM on desktop. That is a collaboration we have to have between us and Microsoft and I wouldn't be able to comment on that, because we certainly have the desire, but between that and getting it done there is still a gap," said BlackBerry Chief Executive John Chen, in an interview with Reuters earlier this week.

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The Gadgets and Gear We Couldn’t Get Enough of This Month | Gadget Lab | WIRED

I've been waiting for a non-plastic, non-lame ("look at me, I'm tracking my steps!") way to wear a fitness tracker for years. So props to Tory Burch for partnering with Fitbit on a gold bangle that looks like nothing else on the market. The bracelet isn't real gold, of course, but it's shiny and substantial, with a cool geometric pattern, and the hinged design is comfortable.—Caitlin Roper Ariel Zambelich/WIRED I've been waiting for a non-plastic, non-lame ("look at me, I'm tracking my steps!") way to wear a fitness tracker for years. So props to Tory Burch for partnering with Fitbit on a gold bangle that looks like nothing else on the market. The bracelet isn't real gold, of course, but it's shiny and substantial, with a cool geometric pattern, and the hinged design is comfortable.—Caitlin Roper Ariel Zambelich/WIRED Back in the early '90s, the best car audio amps were made in the US of A. Even now, it’s tough to beat the sound quality of an old-school jewel like the Linear Power 952i.

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Hortonworks CEO Rob Bearden on the latest Hadoop hubbub

Team Hortonworks now includes HP while rival Cloudera can boast of funding from Intel and In-Q-tel.

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Ukraine Cease-Fire Shaky After MH17 Investigators Complete Mission

KIEV, Ukraine — The Ukrainian government halted its military operation against Russian-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine so that international investigators could access the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 for the first time since the jetliner was shot down two weeks ago.

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Shazam Brings Always-On Music and TV Recognition to Mac With Free Menu Bar App

Music recognition service Shazam , which was one of the early App Store hits and has continued to see good success on mobile platforms, is now bringing its services to the desktop in the form of the first music, TV show, and ad recognition app for Mac. Running as a menu bar item, Shazam for Mac quietly monitors audio around the user's Mac and provides not only pop-up notifications of the content being played but also easy access to supplemental content such as lyrics, additional tracks from the album, purchasing options such as the iTunes Store, music videos, social sharing options, and more. Once content has been identified by Shazam, a standard Notification Center pop-up appears onscreen, and an entry for the item is added to the running list of Shazam IDs in the menu bar app. Clicking in either location takes the user to a dedicated page on the web for the identified content. MacRumors spoke with Shazam's Chief Product Officer Daniel Danker about the launch, and Danker highlighted the utility of Shazam for Mac in the context of the popularity of lyrics searches on the Internet.

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Sony Reveals Playstation Outselling Xbox 3:1

Sony’s financial report for Q1 2014 is in, and there are some impressive numbers coming out of the beleaguered tech giant. The company posted a net income of 26.8 billion yen ($261 million), with “Amazing Spiderman” and the PS4 emerging as big drivers. The company sold 3.5 million combined PS4 and PS3 consoles — up from 1.1 million in Q1 2013. Microsoft recently revealed that the Xbox platform sold 1.1 million units over the same time period, meaning that PS4+PS3 are outselling Xbox One + Xbox 360 at a 3:1 ratio. Sales for Vita, PSP and Vita TV are counted separately, riding a modest increase from last year’s 600,000 units to 750,000 this year.

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France’s Iliad makes a surprise bid for T-Mobile. Would it be a better fit?

Iliad’s upstart mentality actually makes it a much more natural fit for T-Mobile. T-Mobile could easily continue its “Uncarrier” onslaught on the other U.S. operators, and even take some of its cues from Free Mobile. But such a deal would bring no operational advantages to the U.S. carrier, while a merged Sprint-T-Mobile would be instantly propelled to the top ranks of global carriers with more 100 million subscribers.

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Paddy Power admits personal details of 649,000 customers were stolen in 2010

Peter O'Donovan, managing director of Paddy Power's online division, said: "We sincerely regret that this breach occurred and we apologise to people who have been inconvenienced as a result. We take our responsibilities regarding customer data extremely seriously and have conducted an extensive investigation into the breach and the recovered data. That investigation shows that there is no evidence that any customer accounts have been adversely impacted by this breach."

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Hulu Plus Android app update offers users more free content including Hulu Originals

That update means that on top of the free selection of current and past episodes the Hulu app already offered, non-subscribers also now get new free content from Hulu Originals, Anime, Kids, Movies and Latino libraries. The update will put the free content available in the Android app on par with what users get on the free, ad-supported version of Hulu on the web.

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Inside Citizen Lab, the “Hacker Hothouse” protecting you from Big Brother

Adams was referring to Citizen Lab, the watchdog group Deibert founded over a decade ago at the University of Toronto that's now orbited by a globe-spanning network of hackers, lawyers, and human rights advocates. From exposing the espionage ring that hacked the Dalai Lama to uncovering the commercial spyware being sold to repressive regimes, Citizen Lab has played a pioneering role in combing the Internet to illuminate covert landscapes of global surveillance and censorship. At the same time, it's also taken the role of an ambassador, connecting the Internet's various stakeholders from governments to security engineers and civil rights activists.

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Do we really need more sites for up-voting viral content? The Independent seems to think so

You might think the market for viral clickbait sites is already saturated, but The Independent newspaper in Britain has launched its own version anyway, called i100 — complete with celebrity gossip, cat photos and large, red “upvote” buttons.

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'Interstellar' Trailer Shows Alien Landscape, Big Black Hole

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Samsung Teases New Smartphones, But Its Future Remains Murky

Help could be on the way in the form of two new smartphones teased during the Samsung's earnings call. Details proved scarce, but two products were touched upon. One product reportedly slated for a global launch and will include "new materials"; another will have a large screen.

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Sims 4 trailer is emotional, features topless selfies

< The Sims 4 will feature emotional moppets who can use their new-found sense of self to build skills faster within the game. Or, you know, they could just have so much "confidence" they spend the day taking shirtless selfies while grandma watches. The Sims 4 (Gamescom 2013)

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Wikipedia's New iOS App Is Designed To Make You Fall Down Rabbit Holes

Of course, the elephant in the room was whether Wikipedia can make money off of it, namely as users flock to their phones. Will we see solicitations in the app? Can we expect to see the faces of Wikipedia's staff asking for donations in unintentionally hilarious banners ? "We've talked a little bit about the possibilities of fundraising on our mobile apps," says chief communications officer Katherine Maher. "But Apple sets the terms and conditions for fundraising on iOS. It's something we're really interested in. At the moment, though, it's not something we're currently offering." For now, the goal is to deliver Wikipedia nerds a fast user experience that makes it sublimely easy to shore up for any forthcoming trivia nights. "We don't believe in design that is gimmicky," adds Bamba. "We want you to jump around the article to find different entry points. We wanted to support curiosity in a design sort of way."

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www.me.uk RevK's rants: Bring back TheOatmeal.com

Why is this a thing? I am sure they didn't arbitrarily suspend the domain. He must've gotten notices. Why didn't he just get it done? What do you expect ICANN to look at each domain and say, "oh, this looks legitimate and cool; the process does not apply to this domain."

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Which country does the most good for the world?

It's an unexpected side effect of globalization: problems that once would have stayed local—say, a bank lending out too much money—now have consequences worldwide. But still, countries operate independently, as if alone on the planet. Policy advisor Simon Anholt has dreamed up an unusual scale to get governments thinking outwardly: The Good Country Index. In a riveting and funny talk, he answers the question, "Which country does the most good?" The answer may surprise you (especially if you live in the US or China).

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The hunt for "unexpected genetic heroes"

What can we learn from people with the genetics to get sick — who don’t? With most inherited diseases, only some family members will develop the disease, while others who carry the same genetic risks dodge it. Stephen Friend suggests we start studying those family members who stay healthy. Hear about the Resilience Project, a massive effort to collect genetic materials that may help decode inherited disorders.

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Hollywood studios, under pressure, will keep Kodak's old-fashioned movie film alive

@Rene Duvekot Yes and no. For 35mm the Arri Alexa (produced by a long-time film camera manufacturer) is competitive with film in terms of technical quality. Correctly used, film is a little better than the output of a Red camera (maybe 5-10%) and a lot better than the output of a Sony gineAlta or a Panasonic Genesis (both of which are still very good, equivalent to excellent 16mm film). For larger format like 70mm, film still rules - digital is catching up but products are still at the prototype stage. Beyond that there's IMAX where film is unchallenged. Digital sensors can get arbitrarily large but right now they can't deliver sufficient speed of rmoving pictures,a nd bata transfer and heat dissipation become a significant bottleneck. Technology that meets these requirements likely exists, but is classified for use in spy satellites - a lot of the very high end imaging companies count governments as customers.

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When Genius Slept

B rilliance, it seems, is the product of a well-rested mind, not artistic all-nighters. Here, the bedtimes kept by history’s brightest, as collected in the book Daily Rituals: How Artists Work , by Mason Currey.

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So, This Is Leonardo DiCaprio Running Shirtless With a Squirt Gun

While looking at a photograph like this, it's vital to understand that Leo is, apparently, having the most fun any human has ever had in all of recorded human history. With the glee of a child at the onset of summer break, Leo is sprinting into the happiness record books.

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3 rules to spark learning

It took a life-threatening condition to jolt chemistry teacher Ramsey Musallam out of ten years of “pseudo-teaching” to understand the true role of the educator: to cultivate curiosity. In a fun and personal talk, Musallam gives 3 rules to spark imagination and learning, and get students excited about how the world works.

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Quentin Tarantino and Christopher Nolan want to save the future of movies on film

The movie industry has seen its share of struggles as we transition into a digital future, and likely no one has felt the pinch more than film company Kodak. The struggling outfit is getting a life-raft, though, in the form of several studios committing to buy a set amount of celluloid per year regardless of if any of their movies are even made using film. As The Wall Street Journal tells it, d irectors J.J. Abrams, Judd Apatow, Christopher Nolan and Quentin Tarantino -- all who've professed their love for celluloid quite publicly -- were part of the lobbying council for the business deal. Why? Because they adore the look and feel of working with the physical format. Nolan's Interstellar and Abrams' upcoming Star Wars are both being shot on film, but for better or worse, though, these filmmakers are a dying breed.

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Everyone On The Internet Is An Actual Person

BuzzFeed is currently working with select partners to help them track what’s hot on their sites using the same advanced social tracking and analytics tools used on BuzzFeed.com.

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60 Remembering Priya Haji: “The Best Social Entrepreneur Of Our Generation”
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62 Coke Confronts Its Big Fat Problem
63 Indian E-Commerce Giant Flipkart Raises Massive $1B Round | TechCrunch
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