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As security startups heat up, a reminder that security is not a product or service: it's a value

No one (except a few of the security companies themselves, of course) will benefit from a world in which online retailers or cloud services companies think they can save time and hassles associated with implementing proper security measures because they could always bust out the checkbook for a security startup’s products and services (or maybe the startup itself) to erect a moat around their businesses or patch things up if something breaks. It’s important to note that these security services are not analogous to cleaning services; a security breach is not like the aftermath of a great party, where a few hired hands the next day can make your castle shiny again until the next time you have people over.

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Vases Constructed from Hundreds of Pencils by Studio Markunpoika

Amalgamated is a new series of vessels by studio markunpoika constructed from assembled pencils. Taking advantage of the pencil’s unique hexagon shape, the pencils are first tightly glued together at each facet to form a solid block. The final pieces are then carved on a machine lathe to reveal the insides of each pencil. Via studio markunpoika:

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Nature - Week 4 Gallery - National Geographic Photo Contest 2013

The Sardine Run is considered to be one of the most spectacular wildlife events. The search for dive-able bait ball action can be long and hard, with no guarantees of being in the right place at the right time. Jumping into the water on a unique bait ball is a once in a lifetime luck. This bait ball, later christen, the Shark Ball was a phenomenal sight. Normally a the bait ball will escape fairly easily without the presence of dolphins, but the shear number of sharks, created a grid so tight around the ball, that each and every one of the bait fish got eaten.

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The Rules of Social Media

As part of our social media roadmap in the September 2012 issue of Fast Company, we asked social media's savviest users about their best practices. Now we're asking you to share your rules, too, and adding some of your best submissions to this crowdsourced guide. So tweet these rules and keep adding your own as together we chart a course through this rocky terrain.

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Yet Another 12 Mind-Blowing Documentaries To Watch On Netflix

"The Institute" The impact of "The Institute" on its viewers is, at least for the duration of the film, that of the Jejune Institute on its inductees. As it follows the story of participants in an two-year alternate reality experiment designed as "a citywide art project and living game," it will leave you questioning what is "real" and whether our experiences matter any less, once we discover that they have been contrived.

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Are athletes really getting faster, better, stronger?

When you look at sporting achievements over the last decades, it seems like humans have gotten faster, better and stronger in nearly every way. Yet as David Epstein points out in this delightfully counter-intuitive talk, we might want to lay off the self-congratulation. Many factors are at play in shattering athletic records, and the development of our natural talents is just one of them.

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Why The Music Industry's Next Big Disruption Is In The Recording Studio

This is disco trying to become software. Forever and a day genius and halfwit have been trying to find a silver bullet to musical success and fame. I say disco because in the seventies labels tried to find a magic calculator that would insure a hit and take the risk out of the music business. All business has risk and technology changes. How do think it felt when guys like myself worked hard in analog studios for decades to create careers working with major artists as well as start ups. Then almost over night EVERY Kid on the block had hacked software that made our clients yon and make comments like "this is nothing new, anybody can do that" before that, no one was seen at the transport without serious credentials. The truth is nothing has changed the music, you either innovate, adapt, or just plain do better work than the other guy or you lose market share. If you can't master a record hire someone who does. The game of production is the same! Just the tools have gotten better.

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Zoo Officials Were Confused When They Saw What This Elk Was Doing. Then They Were In Awe.

Officials at The Pocatello Zoo in Idaho were confused when they saw this elk spending an unusually long time by the water pail and fussing around with something in its shallow depths.

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The art of the metaphor - Jane Hirshfield

The first is simply to start noticing whenever you meet one. Jane Hirshfield slipped metaphors into many of the things she said in this lesson. You might listen to it again and make a list of some of the metaphors she used along the way, without pointing out that they were metaphors. Then go to any random web blog or newspaper or magazine article and just start reading until you’ve found a half dozen metaphors. Sometimes there will be many right away, other times there could be none at all. A factual, brief newspaper article, for example, is less likely to use metaphors or similes; but an article in which the writer is describing some event or issue that he or she wants you to experience for yourself will probably have some. Also, many ordinary expressions and sayings are metaphors and similes: “She was feeling blue.” “I was nervous as a long-tailed cat in a room full of fans.” “The news hit him like a ton of bricks.” Try making a list of some colorful or memorable expressions, and then look to see how many have metaphors in them. And pick up a few books of poems and find the metaphors in them.

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Accused felon wins modeling contract after mugshot goes viral - CNET

A handsome man's mugshot goes viral, many fall in love, and now he's offered $30,000 for more shots.

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Community Lives! Season 6 to Air on Yahoo - IGN

“Yahoo is all about connecting the best creators to the audiences who love their work. Community has an incredibly passionate and loyal fan base who have fought hard to keep this amazing show alive. We couldn’t be more excited to work with Dan, Joel, and the entire cast, as well as Sony, to deliver a great season 6.” said Kathy Savitt, CMO of Yahoo.

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Farm Confessional: I Raise Livestock and I Think It May Be Wrong - Modern Farmer

I have no farming background. I was born and raised in the suburbs, and I spent more time in a shopping mall playing video games and eating fast food than I did outside. “Animals” meant cats and dogs. Of course I knew the McDonalds hamburger I ate came from a cow, but that cow had no real existence for me. It wasn’t until I started farming that livestock animals became real and individuated. And that’s when my ethical struggle began.

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HummingBoard is a Raspberry Pi rival that lets you swap out its processor

You'd think the world of hobbyist mini computers would be full, considering that you've got a choice of Arduino , Raspberry Pi , Beaglebone and even Intel's NUC . That hasn't deterred SolidRun , which is releasing the HummingBoard as a more powerful alternative to the Raspberry Pi. Built on the same platform, the HummingBoard promises faster silicon (1GHz ARM v7 vs. 700MHz ARM v6) while fitting into the same third-party cases as its education-centric rival. It also lets you switch out the CPU and memory module, should you need some more grunt further down the road. The base unit with 512MB RAM will set you back $45 plus $10 for a power adapter, while the top-spec model with 1GB RAM and a faster chip is priced at $100.

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During Cold War, CIA used ‘Doctor Zhivago’ as a tool to undermine Soviet Union

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The TheTechNewsBlog Daily

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

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24 Incredibly Impressive Kids Graduating From High School This Year

Based on reader nominations, local news stories from around the country, and word of mouth, we found the most impressive students graduating from high school this year.

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The best portable Bluetooth speaker you can buy

The 487,000th time I caught myself cupping my hand underneath my phone’s speaker so my friends could hear a YouTube video, I finally came to grips with the idea that the speakers on my phone, my tablet, and my laptop are an affront to the music I listen to every day. So I set out to buy a Bluetooth speaker, one that would connect to any device in any place and make for beautiful music whether I’m at home, on the beach, or stuck in the office trying to show someone the latest OK Go insanity.

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James Kerr: The Renaissance Man of the GIF World

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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The dark side of .io: How the U.K. is making web domain profits from a shady Cold War land deal

Map showing location of the Chagos Islands In the 1960s, the U.S. decided it wanted a military base in the Indian Ocean, and it asked the British to provide unpopulated land. The U.K. dutifully detached the Chagos Islands from Mauritius, which was about to become independent, created the “British Indian Ocean Territory” and in 1966 granted the U.S. a 50-year lease to the Diego Garcia atoll (pictured above), where a military base was constructed. That facility would decades later become central to the “War on Terror” as a bomber base and secret CIA prison .

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Watch a sniper nail his target from 500 yards without even 'looking' at it

Smart-weapon company TrackingPoint seems pretty intent to make real-world guns act like the virtual firearms we use for offing video game villains. The latest demo of its ShotView targeting system showcases live video being transmitted from a rifle's scope to a set of off-the-shelf Smith Optics I/O Recon goggles via WiFi, enabling the marksman to hit an explosives-filled pop bottle from 500 yards down-range without even looking at it. While the previous concept clip used Google Glass , a TrackingPoint spokesperson tells us that the Smith goggles don't lag like Google's wearable does in this scenario. Speed might not make a huge difference at the firing range, but, for soldiers in the field , we'd imagine that keeping pace with a mobile target is somewhat important -- especially if they aren't physically looking at it. For a gander at an advanced warfighter's possible arsenal, make sure to peep the video below.

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Windows 9 will morph to fit the device it's running on

Still holding onto your trusty copy of Windows 7 with a steely kung-fu grip? Well partner, it looks like Microsoft's next operating system, codenamed "Threshold," or, Windows 9 in the common tongue, is aimed right at you. The OS will apparently ship in three different flavors (desktop, tablet and mobile) and recognize the hardware its running on and adjust the experience accordingly, as ZDNet 's Windows-leak queen Mary Jo Foley writes . Meaning, if you're on a traditional desktop or laptop using a mouse and keyboard, Threshold will boot directly into the Windows desktop you know and love. The Live-tiled Start screen may return for people using touch-based machines like tablets and convertible laptops , although there will supposedly be an option to switch between the two environments if Threshold detects an attached keyboard. What's more, Foley's sources also say that if you're itching to get your hands on the new OS ahead of its reported launch next spring , there'll be a public preview version this autumn.

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The forgotten losers of the console wars

History is written by the victors, but for all those generations of console wars we've managed to weather through, what about the other guys? Opening this week, a new games museum in southern Japan houses 56 different consoles of varying fame (or infamy). For every NES/Famicom, there are curiosities like the huge "Pocket Home PC," failing on the very definition of its name. Remember the Sega Game 1000? We didn't, but we should probably cut these (mostly) beige consoles some slack. While most of the devices toured here weren't a commercial success, each helped gently push gaming toward its current state -- if only by firmly demonstrating what we didn't want. And yeah, we wish the Dreamcast was still around too . Here's to the games consoles we've loved and lost over the last 40 years. Game Museum's console collection: the also-rans See all photos 13 Photos

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10 Brain-Freezing Desserts From Around the World

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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How Big Data And The Internet Of Things Will Change The Postal Service

Do you possess “expertise and critical knowledge of the Internet of Things, data strategy and analytics, and the Postal Service’s operations, infrastructure, products and services”? You might try and send your proposals to the United States Postal Service, which is looking for a supplier to help it make its “ Internet of Postal Things Project ” real. Just in case you’re wondering what the hell I talking about, here’s a quick recap.

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Warner Bros. TV Planning Big Comic-Con DC Comics Event Featuring Gotham, The Flash, Arrow and Constantine - IGN

To celebrate this new superhero TV explosion, Warner Bros. TV and DC Entertainment are joining forces at San Diego Comic-Con for a special event the night of Saturday, July 26th that will include all four of the DC series, with cast members and producers from all the shows taking part.

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This is Why Your Earbuds Are Always Tangled [COMIC]

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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20 Dream Backyards to Make You Green With Envy

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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This Typeface’s Letters Are the Average of the World’s Handwriting | Design | WIRED

BIC, the office supply company that makes the world’s most ubiquitous ballpoint pen, has launched a website that could prove to be excellent fodder for graphologists and scientists alike. The Universal Typeface Experiment lets anyone, from anywhere in the world, draw the letters of the alphabet and then submit them into a massive database. From each pool of letters, the software creates the mean letter shape—or, as BIC is calling it, the universal typeface. So far over 434,000 characters have been submitted from 99 different countries.

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5 Ways to Managing Your Time on Twitter

While being regarded as Twetoholics may sound cool for personal users, it may backfire for business users. If a business is spending too much time on Twitter or any other social platform, for that matter, and still not getting the desired results, it’s time for some serious retrospection. The decision to effectively manage your time on Twitter or any other social platform would be the best move toward a successful social media strategy. Here are 5 ways to managing your time on Twitter.

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Facebook data scientists worried that some users were subject to multiple experiments $FB

The fact that you *can* do something doesn't mean you should. Arguably, Facebook has a legal right to run experiments like this one, but that doesn't make it ethical. Not being a lawyer, when signing up for Facebook, which I use very infrequently, I made the (I think) reasonable assumption that the clause regarding Facebook's right to use my data meant *passive* use of the data: looking at & analyzing what I post & do on the site, based on full access to unfiltered (unless it violated their terms of service) information available there. It never occurred to me that they might be artificially limiting or changing the information, or giving me information about themselves they *knew* to be false (as in the case of the temporarily canceled accounts) to watch how I reacted. I wonder if experiments like the positive/negative or canceled accounts really qualify as simply *using* my data; it seems to me that in those cases Facebook is manipulating users to *create* data. Just as an academic exercise - I'm not planning on taking them to court over this! - are there any lawyers here who have opinions on how that interpretation would stand? Please don't tell me, "If you don't like it you can cancel your account.

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Neymar Will Miss Rest of World Cup Due to Injury

FORTALEZA, Brazil — Brazil's team doctor said superstar striker Neymar will miss the rest of the World Cup after breaking a vertebrae during the team's quarterfinal win over Colombia.

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Head on up to 'South Park' with Oculus Rift and have yourself a time

If it's been your childhood dream to explore South Park in 3D, consider it realized thanks to a new Oculus Rift experience from Tool. Over the course of a "few short weeks in June," the production company, inspired by The Stick of Truth RPG, faithfully recreated the fictional Colorado town allowing anyone with an Oculus headset to explore its scrapbook streets, interact with characters and find hidden easter eggs. For example: if you navigate through the town's church doors, you'll almost certainly "fall" into Hell. You can beat a hasty retreat, however, if you bump into Saddam Hussein, who'll whisk you back to the snowy streets of South Park (just don't ask us who killed Kenny). While the experience is best suited for Oculus Rift owners, the cartoon landscape is also available inside your browser. You can find that and the Oculus source files using the links below.

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Can prejudice ever be a good thing?

We often think of bias and prejudice as rooted in ignorance. But as psychologist Paul Bloom seeks to show, prejudice is often natural, rational ... even moral. The key, says Bloom, is to understand how our own biases work — so we can take control when they go wrong.

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Google buys Songza, a Pandora-like player where context is king - CNET

As competition in online music intensifies, and as technology moves toward a world that integrates the Internet into the machines that surround us, Songza's chief asset for Google is its focus on context. New York-based Songza is a radio-style, free service similar to Pandora with a greater emphasis on serving up music appropriate for the particular listener at the moment of listening -- something that will help technology work for consumers rather than the other way around.

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Facebook's algorithms have many levers to control what goes in your news feed. You have some too. - Digits - WSJ

Just Say No: There is no explicit “dislike button” on Facebook. But that tiny gray arrow in the top-right corner of posts is powerful. You can hide any specific post or stop following someone completely, which removes all of their content from your feed. You can also hide content from specific publishers: If your mom keeps sharing results from a game she plays, you can ask not to be shown updates involving that game. (Your relationship with mom remains intact.)

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The 7 Most Brutal Mortal Kombat Fatalities - IGN

Stryker has a stupid hat and dresses like a dope, but he can turn into tyrannosaurus, and that counts for a lot in life. Stryker invokes this Animality to bite his enemies in half and swallow their upper portion in a single gulp. Beyond the thought of a still-living top half of a human body sliding down the wet throat of a dinosaur, the most brutal thing about this move may be the five frames of animation.

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Here's The Real Story Of The Creepy US Spy Agency Logo Boasting That 'Nothing Is Beyond Our Reach'

NRO "The secret origin of the patch is initially from [redacted] where the problem during the test stage in the thermal vacuum was traced to a large piece of cabling called an octopus harness," the article reads, while also mentioning the intelligence of the octopus and how it can reach prey in intricate spaces. "The running joke for the crew was that the octopus harness had taken over the world."

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Solar-powered smart park benches charge your gear - CNET

The Soofa is a solar-powered bench that can be used to charge small gadgets via USB. That's not the outdoor furniture's only trick. Each bench also acts as a data hub, collecting information on noise levels and air quality. That data will be accessible online, so you can check to see if it's sunny, cool, quiet, or loud at your favorite park bench location.

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Why Today's Parents Must Replace Sex Talk with Tech Talk

Born into the digital age and exposed to technology and the internet very early, this generation of kids are effectively guinea pigs in the lab of life. How – and when – will we know how much is too much for developing minds?

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This startup says it can make the world's cheapest solar panels

Siva’s 300 MW factory could cost $100 million, which is a big sum for a startup, particularly a venture-backed startup in a market that has faced a lot of struggles. The issue with some of the early CIGS companies is that they spent a lot of money on factories before their technology was perfected for commercialization. While Siva Power was originally looking to scale straight up to this 300 MW line, it’s now using a $15 million funding round from the city of Wuxi in China to build a smaller pilot line first.

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Soccer Needs to Embrace Its Female Fans

Last week, Helena Costa resigned from her job as the head coach of second-division French club Clermont Foot. In the midst of World Cup fever, the news slipped under the radar, but it was momentous. The first woman ever appointed to lead a professional men's club just quit her groundbreaking job — before the first ball was even kicked. Costa, who had previously scouted for Celtic and coached the Iranian and Qatari women's national teams, had only been appointed in May in what had been praised around the world as a landmark decision.

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David Crane's Green Vision For Carbon-Belching NRG Energy

An ivy-educated (Princeton, Harvard Law) investment banker who grew up outside of Chicago, Crane got into the electricity business in the 1990s, working at Lehman Brothers’ power group. He later ran wholesale generator International Power until NRG poached him for the CEO slot in 2003. At that time NRG was emerging from bankruptcy, having fallen victim to the upheaval of Enron’s collapse. Early in his tenure NRG sold a handful of power plants, then in 2006 it bought Texas Genco for $8.3 billion to get a foothold in the lucrative Texas market. He also launched a $13 billion-plus plan to build two additional reactors at the South Texas Project nuclear plant but abandoned the venture in 2011 (and wrote off $300 million in development costs) after slow permitting and newly plentiful natural gas killed the economics of new nukes. Then came the acquisition of GenOn in 2012. All along, say analysts, Crane has shown the ability to change tack with the times.

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Listnerd

Listnerd is a social top list community. Create, share and discover top lists about the best stuff in life, like the best video games, movies, music, TV-series or makeup. On Listnerd, anybody can create a top list, share it with their friends and see their list get ranked by friends and followers.

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Everything You Love and Hate About America in 10 Quotes

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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Maker of 'Moshi Monsters' tries social network for children

LONDON—A maker of online-games for children is going where few tech companies have dared: It is rolling out a social network for them. Mind Candy Ltd. is the company behind "Moshi Monsters," a virtual world of cartoon characters that children can adopt and care for. The games are extremely popular in the U.K. and Australia and have...

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Price tag for the American dream: $130K a year

Price tag for the American dream: $130K a year No idea is more central to Americans' outlook than the American Dream—the belief that with hard work and the freedom to pursue your destiny you can achieve success and provide better opportunities for your Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1lZeIU7

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iPunch smart combat gloves power up your fist - CNET

You can track a training session yourself by reviewing the collected data when you're done beating the stuffing out of a heavy bag (or out of your hands), or a coach can hold your smartphone and give you instant feedback as you're pounding away. There are also training programs built into the app that tell you which types of punches to throw during a set period of time or that let you compete against a friend by throwing your three best punches and seeing who's got more game.

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The New Fast Food | TechCrunch

Food is a market like the Internet is a market — it’s too big to be to considered just one “market.” There’s high-end, low-end, middle of the road, Mexican, Sushi, Thai, Burgers, etc. The list goes on and on forever. Witness Jack in the Box ($2.4 billion), Panera Bread ($4 billion), Starbucks ($58 billion), Burger King ($9.4 billion), and more. The list of billion-dollar restaurant chains goes on and on, addressing all manner of market segments. Practically speaking, people don’t want to eat the same thing every day, thus supplier diversity is natural, organic and inevitable. And so it will be with the new fast-food chains who disrupt the old.

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How to Start a Business While Working a Full-Time Job

The idea of working for someone else makes many of us cringe, and if you’ve had a 9-5 job, you’ve probably felt the suffocating hold it can take on your life. Mondays are dreadful. Mundane meetings and conference calls seem never-ending. Having a corporate job can literally suck the soul right out of your body.

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Bill Gates: 'We need energy miracles' yet US invests paltry 2% of R&D budget in energy

Energy R&D is in much the same situation as health care, clean water, banking or infrastructure in undeveloped nations, organic and fare-trade food production, rain forest destruction, or other causes that are not served by free market forces.  Gates, Clinton, and Branson have shown have shown a lot of leader ship in those other causes, and naturally we need similar NGOs to step up to clean energy, but with most of the R&D done in developed nations like the US, these gigantic foundations don't have anything close to the leverage that they enjoy in the third world.  And Free Enterprise will never invest today's money in returns decades away.  Which is a round-about way of saying, yes, the only alternative is for governments to get involved in a big way:  enabling science councils that can coordinate and organize world-wide R&D, and selectively funding the most promising directions.

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54 Shocking Study Shows Why Technology Is Not Really Making Us Smarter
55 50,000 units of Xiaomi's MiPad sold in just under four minutes
56 Peering Into Space
57 UK 'Porn Filters' Block One Fifth Of All Websites
58 World Cup Weekend: Young Blood and Old Guard Brawl in Quarterfinals
59 Bare Minimum Skills Required to Work For Yourself
60 A Minute-by-Minute Guide to Team USA's World Cup Loss on Social Media
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64 The Many Ways Google Glass Users Risk Breaking British Privacy Laws
65 Facebook Is Not As Careless Now As It Was In 2012
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77 The 5 Biggest Cybersecurity Myths, Debunked | Opinion | WIRED
78 A Strange Peanut-Shaped Building Designed by Algorithms | Design | WIRED
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81 The World's 19 Weirdest Hangover Remedies
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85 YouTube: Slow Buffering Is Totally Your ISP's Fault
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89 What's the biggest threat to the Internet? Balkanizafion, TMI, something else? - Digits - WSJ
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91 Flickr, OneDrive, Line, Kakao Suffer Access Issues In China
92 Learning Something New? Remember These 3 Simple Things
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