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Twitter wants everyone to know how many people read their tweets

Publishers and verified users have been able to track view counts on organic tweets since last month , but Twitter is looking to make that data more widely accessible. Today, the microblogging social network revealed that this analytics feature is no longer limited to people or companies with a tiny blue check mark on their profile. The tweet activity dashboard is now also available to users who are active primarily in English, Japanese and Spanish, and have had an account for longer than two weeks. And don't worry, support for additional languages is coming -- Twitter let it be known that it is working to bring its tool to everyone sometime "soon." So, there it is, now you won't have to wonder if anyone's actually reading those thoughtful (and wonderful) tweets of yours.

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LG G Watch R Will Offer A Circular Smartwatch With Android Wear In Q4 2014 | TechCrunch

The G Watch R also includes an optical heart rate sensor, which is present on the Samsung Gear Live but absent on the original G Watch, and supports 22mm watch bands (it ships with a calfskin leather black strap, too). It’ll run Android Wear, of course, and has a gyroscope, accelerometer, compass and barometer built-in. IP67 rating means that it has the same dust and water resistance as the Galaxy S5, which includes the ability to be submerged for up to 30 minutes in water up to a meter deep.

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Samsung's Gear S smartwatch doesn't need a phone to get online or make calls

Both devices will go on sale in October, although there's no word on a price for either. The Gear S is outfitted for all kinds of fitness tracking, either through Samsung's S Health or Nike+ Running, it's IP67 dust and water resistant, packs 4GB of storage and 512MB RAM. The Gear Circle has a magnetic clasp so it fits around your neck while not in use, a touch sensor and battery with up to 11 hours of talk time. So will either of these wearables break into our gear bag or wardrobe? We'll have a better idea next week after getting our wrists/necks on them during the IFA 2014 show in Berlin.

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GOG.com adds movies to its lineup

GOG.com Spread the DRM-free Spirit from Games to Movies, Want Hollywood Majors to Join In! The DRM-free digital distributor of PC games wants to change the landscape of the movie industry, kicks off with 20 documentaries on gaming and the geek culture but eyes TV and cinema classics from major studios. There might be hope for the movie industry to shed DRM after all! GOG.com, the digital platform for PC games that has delivered DRM-free content to gamers worldwide for almost 6 years, is adding movies to its catalog. With over 200 partners in the gaming industry--including major publishers like Ubisoft, Square Enix and EA, as well as indie darlings like Klei Entertainment, Almost Human, and Wadjet Eye Games--and a dedicated community, GOG.com is the perfect case study of how effective going DRM-free is. And now GOG.com is on a mission to convince the big Hollywood studios to offer their TV and cinema classics 100% DRM-free. "Our initial idea was to start with the big guys, but the process is not easy." admits Guillaume Rambourg, GOG.com VP for North America. "In our first round of talks, the response was largely, 'We love your ideas, but we do not want to be the first ones.

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How serious is California drought? Check out these before and after pictures, taken only three years apart. - Imgur

Before: The marina at Oroville Lake, here in 2011, is the picture of serenity. Recent serious storms in Northern and Southern California have helped give the state a very small reprieve during the 3-year drought, but the effects have been described as a 'drop in the bucket'

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What Does Your State Buy the Most on eBay?

From there, eBay figured out which items shoppers buy on its site the most, in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. Curious revelations abound, like the fact that firearms are the most popular in New York, even though the state has one of the toughest gun laws in America. North Carolina buys the most baby products (despite not having the highest birth rate — that would be Utah), while the paranoid folks of Oregon buy the most security and surveillance items.

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Artist Ruins Happily Ever After With Misbehaving Disney Characters

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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Diabetes Is Already Psychologically Demanding, So Cut the Stigma Too

Clara Schneider, advisor at DiabetesCare.net and a certified diabetes educator for the past 15 years, often sees stigma in her line of work. A nurse and dietitian, Schneider teaches people with diabetes about their disease, including calculating meal plans and teaching them how to inject insulin for the first time.

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OperationSAFE is on JustCoz!

“71 dead #Hiroshima after 1 month of rain in a day brings down mountain. http://bit.ly/HelpHiroshima via @operationsafe”

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Pesticides, Not Mites, Cause Honeybee Colony Collapse - D-brief | DiscoverMagazine.com

Thiamethoxam wasn’t mentioned in this study, but assuming it is also a problem it could be replaced. I still think, usually one study or a few studies by the same thing doesn’t settle this, because I have also read many studies that point to food sources, paristates, weather cycles, and others as being a factor. If the pesticide is a large enough factor that its removal would allow bees not to be 100% but at survival levels, then it should be easy to show with having bee populations in sheltered areas. I don’t know how easy it would be to create areas large enough that are free of the 3 mentioned pesticides but I am sure it can be done. I hope they get to the bottom of this sooner rather than later or we might end up needing robot bees to fertilize many of our plants.

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Who's In The Office? The American Workday In One Graph

The interactive graph below shows the share of workers who say they're working in a given hour, grouped by occupation. Play with the different job categories to see how the average workdays differ from one another.

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Why haven't China's cities learned from America's mistakes?

Besides expunging cycle lanes, China’s leaders have also inflicted Dallas’ car culture and Atlanta’s endless sprawl on their country. The “towers in a park” housing blocks championed by Le Corbusier and others have found a second life in cities from Shanghai to Suzhou – never mind their mixed-results elsewhere. The desire to escape sardine conditions in these superblocks, where greenery often consists of sickly shrubs gasping between six-lane roads, has in turn multiplied the number of land-devouring compounds like Rancho Santa Fe. Homeowners there have contributed to the gridlock and pollution, owing in part to another problematic template that’s enchanted China’s planners: Houston-style financial districts packed with towering glass boxes that are inhospitable to street life, all but abandoned in the evenings and far from people’s homes.

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What Will We Do With a 12.9-Inch iPad?

Forrester’s Gownder agreed that the 12.9-inch iPad would be most effective in the enterprise if paired with a “Surface Pro 3-type keyboard.” However, he also predicted that Apple would never make that keyboard, and would instead turn to its third-party partners to build and sell it for them. If Apple sells the hybrid I’m asking for, it runs the risk of cannibalizing its own MacBook Air 13-inch sales.

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We need to talk about an injustice

In an engaging and personal talk — with cameo appearances from his grandmother and Rosa Parks — human rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson shares some hard truths about America's justice system, starting with a massive imbalance along racial lines: a third of the country's black male population has been incarcerated at some point in their lives. These issues, which are wrapped up in America's unexamined history, are rarely talked about with this level of candor, insight and persuasiveness.

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This New Moleskine Is Like An iPad Made Of Paper

Cool. At first. Until you realize IP theft kills startups. It almost did so to mine. Regardless, some things are meant to be AFK... their too "rich" for silicon "chips". Sorry Moleskine. I love you nonetheless. Stick to basics... start a writing festival, experiential marketing tour and lace it with all the interactive tech your best & brightest might conjure... just accept the certain simplicity of the following statement: Paper has no network connection. (Hack me now.) OR roll in some next-gen encryption technology like LLE™ (Logic Lock Encryption™) to keep those ideas safe. Look ~ it takes a village to raise a child. My point? Ideas are my children. So, it should take a village to raise them. Yet, most people lock their (ideas) in an intellectual basement & wonder why they turn out like monsters. I think, believe, feel & know you cannot "own" a child... you simply love & nurture it... welcoming others into its life who share my morals, & ethics. The web is no place for my baby.

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Dropbox Slashes Its Price as the Cost of a Gigabyte Nears Zero | Business | WIRED

When I talk to folks at Dropbox, they’re eager to tell me about how different people are using its file-sharing service: the musician, the photographer, the professor, the startup founder. They like to talk about new features, like password-protected links and the remote wipe tool that lets you remove files from a lost computer.

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Capture Your Canine’s Exploits With the New GoPro Dog Mount | Gadget Lab | WIRED

Thankfully GoPro has a new harness designed specifically for me and my 15-120 pound canine compatriots. The Fetch dog harness securely mounts a GoPro camera onto either my back, or chest. For those silly short-legged dogs, like corgis, the chest mount is even removable. The adjustment points of the harness are all padded, so there’s no fur-pinching, and the material the harness is made of is washable and water friendly, which means it’s perfect for flying chew toy catches in a pool , tennis ball fetching at the lake, or best of all, running in the mud day.

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Honest Co., Jessica Alba’s E-Commerce Startup, Has Raised A $70M Series C | TechCrunch

Honest Co. , an e-commerce startup co-founded by actress Jessica Alba that makes and sells eco-friendly personal care products, has raised $70 million in a series C funding round, the company announced yesterday.

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Intelligence Gap: How a Chinese National Gained Access to Arizona’s Terror Center

As a result, Hummingbird, without vetting Fan further, sought his work visa, Greschner said, adding that he assumed law enforcement or other government officials took a closer look at the Chinese national. Greschner said he was asked by an official with the sheriff’s department in 2006 to provide a numeric code for Fan’s name, often used in investigations to pinpoint Chinese identity, which he did. In the application, Greschner said that Fan possessed skills not readily available in the U.S.

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Behold, the Most Beautiful Food You Can't Eat

Australian photographer T.Q. Lee creates his favorite treats using non-food items for his series, Inedible . The convincing photos look almost like ads for a fast food chain at first glance, but upon closer inspection, they're actually made of objects like tire rubber, Lego bricks and hazardous chemicals. Probably not what you're craving for a midnight snack.

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Cotap, A WhatsApp For The Workplace, Adds Box, Dropbox, Google, OneDrive And Desktop App | TechCrunch

Cotap , a startup founded by former Yammer executives Jim Patterson and Zack Parker that launched last year with the premise of becoming a “ WhatsApp for the workplace “, is today unveiling a new build of its product, and a wider remit. Cotap is going beyond mobile messaging and moving into file sharing, with integrations with Box, Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive; adding web and desktop apps (native to Mac first) to use Cotap when you are not on a smartphone or tablet; and releasing updated mobile apps for iOS and Android.

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How Many People See Your Tweets? Twitter Opens Its Nifty Analytics Dashboard To Everyone | TechCrunch

Back in July, Twitter launched a really nifty analytics dashboard . A bit like Google Analytics for tweets, it allows you to gauge the performance of each and every tweet you sent. How many people saw it? How many of those actually clicked your links?

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Sanrio: Hello Kitty Is Not A Cat

As tall as five apples, and as heavy as three, Hello Kitty is a bright little girl with a heart of gold. She loves to bake cookies and play the piano, and dreams of one day becoming a pianist or maybe even a poet. She has a gift for music and English, and a soft spot for Mama's apple pie. Hello Kitty and her twin sister Mimmy are the best of friends.

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3D-Printed ‘Bump Key’ Can Open Almost Any Lock | TechCrunch

Bump keys are primitive tools used by locksmiths (and HAXoRZ) to knock open simple locks. Until now, many locks were secure simply because they were too complex to be bumped and, as a result, you had a bit of security by obscurity. That’s all changing.

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The Wii U is actually worth buying now

The system itself has improved, too. While it's still inexplicably slow to start and quit apps, that's been improved a little through updates, and a  quick-start mode now lets you boot straight into games without waiting for the whole system menu to load. And although it's a little disappointing that there are hardly any games exploiting the two-screen concept of the GamePad, it's actually a blessing in disguise — just being able to play regular games without a TV turns out to be a useful feature. The flip side of this is that you can also play most Wii U games without the GamePad at all by using the Pro Controller, a super comfortable standard joypad that seems to have decades of battery life. Either way, the Wii U is a flexible machine that lets you play it the way you want.

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5 Ways to Improve Your Venture Capital Pitch

If you're a founding member of a tech startup, the odds are good that at some point you will find yourself pitching a venture capital firm to raise money. Over the years, I've seen a broad array of these pitches, ranging from the cringingly bad to fantastically good. Here are a few simple tips to help you prepare for and improve your pitch to potential investors.

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Imagination Technologies will give its 'Raspberry Pi on steroids' away for free

The romantically-named MIPS Creator CI20 is a barebones board that's capable of running Linux distros like Debian 7, as well as Android 4.4, and measures 90.2mm by 95.3mm. The hardware is packing a 1.2GHz MIPS32 CPU, 1 GB RAM and a PowerVR SGX540 GPU - the same GPU that is used inside Google Glass, Kindle Fire, Razr I and Galaxy Tab 3 7.0. Combining that graphical prowess with dedicated video controllers that'll support 1080p at 60fps makes the CI20 ideal as a barebones HTPC, something the company takes great pains to point out. There's also 8GB of on-board storage and a full-size SD card reader, a step up from both the BeagleBone Black and the Pi Model B+ . Connectivity-wise, in addition to the usual Ethernet port, the CI20 also comes with Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11 b/g/n WiFi as well as two full USB ports and a HDMI-out port. Of course, you're probably itching to find out how to get hold of one of these for precisely zero money, but it won't be as simple as fluttering your eyelashes in the direction of its Kings Langley HQ. The company is asking that you sign up on its online store (it's in the source link) to register, offering up both your personal details as well as the details of the project you're planning to develop -- for instance, a nice HTPC -- with the hardware.

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This Guy Is Launching 12 Startups in 12 Months | Business | WIRED

In April 2013, Levels sold most of his possessions—everything that couldn’t fit into a single carry-on—and booked a flight to Thailand. It took him awhile to get any real work done. Several ideas fell by the wayside. “I’d work on them for a long time, trying to get them perfect, then I’d move on to the next thing,” he says. “I was always scared to launch.” He settled on the 12 Startups in 12 Months gimmick so that he would actually see his ideas through. This past March, he launched his first service, Play My Inbox.

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What’s Inside: The Science of Sriracha’s Fiery Deliciousness | Magazine | WIRED

Red jalapeños give rooster sauce its heat; they clock in at about 5,000 Scoville units, or around 300 parts per million of mouth-burning capsaicinoids. These molecules bind to a receptor, TRPV1, that shows up on the ends of nerves that lead to the trigeminal nerve, which conveys touch, temperature, and pain.

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iPhone 6 release could drive the most old iPhone trade-ins ever - CNET

As the iPhone 6 launch approaches, more trade-in sites are clamoring for your old iPhone. eBay is leading the charge with the promise of a $100 coupon if you can't sell yours on the auction site.

32 Memories 'flipped' from bad to good

"But [these results will] help us understand the proportion of cells that are involved when you have to change a memory from being a bad one into a good one - are we dealing with changing 50% of the cells in the amygdala, or are we dealing with 1% or even less?

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The Technology behind Hyperlapse from Instagram

Yesterday we released Hyperlapse from Instagram—a new app that lets you capture and share moving time lapse videos. Time lapse photography is a technique in which frames are played back at a much faster rate than that at which they’re captured. This allows you to experience a sunset in 15 seconds or see fog roll over hills like a stream of water flowing over rocks. Time lapses are mesmerizing to watch because they reveal patterns and motions in our daily lives that are otherwise invisible.

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GPS Data Helped Scientists Study Sheepdogs in Action

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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FBI Examining Whether Russia Is Tied to JPMorgan Hacking

Aug. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Russian hackers attacked the U.S. financial system in mid-August, infiltrating and stealing data from JPMorgan Chase and at least one other bank, an incident the FBI is investigating as a possible retaliation for government-sponsored sanctions, according to two people familiar with the probe. Trish Regan reports on "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Scientists Turn Bad Memories Into Good Inside the Brains of Mice | Science | WIRED

To try to switch a memory from bad to good, the researchers reactivated the neurons in the hippocampus that encoded the “where” component of a shock memory in a male mouse while he got a more positive stimulus—in this case, getting to spend some quality time with two female mice. If the business about reactivating the memory sounds simple, it was anything but: It required a slew of clever genetic tricks to mark the relevant neurons, make them responsive to pulses of laser light, and then deliver the light to just the right spot with a surgically-implanted optical fiber.

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Read This Before You Even Think About Buying A Vacuum

DO: Buy a vacuum that works with your lifestyle. "We test for pet-hair pickup and find that some models do very well at getting up what their pet sheds without the hair wrapping around the brush. Neither uprights nor canisters have the edge there. For apartment dwellers, the size of the unit matters a lot. If you have lots of carpets, we recommend bagged uprights since they tend to have the best airflow and suction. If you don't want to lug around an upright and also maybe vacuum stairs a lot, consider a canister. And for general pickup of spilled dry items and dust, many people also have hand, stick and even robotic vacs--though you can't count on them for deep-cleaning." DON'T: Get hung up on the pricey models. "Our best models are often not the most expensive. And occasionally, a very inexpensive model scores highly, like the Hoover WindTunnel T-Series UH30300 , priced at $140 and the Panasonic MC-CL935 , which goes for $330. " DON'T: Forget that it's all about HOW you use the vacuum. "There are a few ways to vacuum "wrong." Never vacuum water or even a wet floor; use a wet/dry vac instead.

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Microsoft Rolls Out Surface Pro 3 To 25 New Markets | TechCrunch

With the 25 new markets all live, Surface Pro 3 will be available in a total of 28 markets. The rollout of the device has therefore been quite constrained to date. Microsoft also detailed in a post today that the new Surface dock will sell in the new markets, ahead of its general availability in mid-September.

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LendingClub Files For $500M IPO | TechCrunch

LendingClub’s loan volume has quickly grown. The company indicates that it has “facilitated” over $5 billion in loans since its birth in 2007. $1 billion of that tally occurred in the second quarter of 2014, implying rapid expansion of demand for its services. According to the filing, loan volume increased by 125 percent from the first half of 2013 to the first half of 2014.

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'BioShock' will be available on iOS tonight for $14.99

As you'd expect from a game of this scope, it's not cheap. BioShock for iOS has been  priced at $14.99 , which still falls below the  $19.99 Steam is charging for the classic PC version right now. Obviously there are ways of getting the original cheaper (i.e. used), but nostalgia is a powerful thing. We expect to see the game do well as a new generation of gamers — this time playing on iPhones and iPads — are introduced to Rapture.

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iPhone 6 Release Date slated for September 16th to 19th

There was exactly 10 days between the announcement of the iPhone 5s, which took place on September 10th, and its release date on September 20th, so this rumor does make sense from a timing perspective. If the iPhone 6 is introduced on September 9th as expected, its on-sale date of September 19th would also be a 10-day window.

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Hardware Crowdfunding: Where The Venture Dollars Flow | TechCrunch

While investors are absolutely using crowdfunding success to vet hardware startups (the rate of investment across these $100k+ campaigns is orders of magnitude higher than the general startup investment rate) not all project categories are created equal. Your camera campaign is unlikely to be a home run with investors even if you hit it out of the park with the crowd. Conversely, even a mediocre outcome in an automation campaign may earn the attention of investors’ wallets. It just goes to show, investors want to back companies that not only deliver what people want today, but also represent a compelling vision for the future.

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Chat App Line Now Suggests Stickers as you Type

It’s a small feature, but one that should benefit both Line and its community. As a user you’re now reminded to use stickers – which, if you’ve paid for packs in the past means you’ll get better value for money – and it also gives Line a window to upsell new stickers. The company doesn’t appear to be doing this just yet, but it’s not hard to imagine how Line could utilize this area in the future.

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3 Entrepreneurs Who Changed Their Lives With YouTube

UK rock musician Rob Chapman knows almost as much about reaching an audience online as he does about shredding in the pentatonic scale. With the help of YouTube – and his own energetic, likable personality – his life has undergone an amazing transformation from struggling musician to venue-packing bandleader, product endorser and guitar company owner. His Rob Chapman channel has 198,000 subscribers (adding another 10,000 each month) and attracts 2.8 million views a month. “I’m just a dude who plays guitar in a flat in England and I never knew that it would be like this.”

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8 Not-So-Magical Secrets From a Former Disney Princess

A little girl grows up going to Disney World with her family. She spends her trip waiting in line to meet characters who smile at her and hug her & give her autographs & tell her they like her dress. That little girl grows up & applies at Walt Disney World because she wants to be part of the magic. She sees Princess Belle, a character she's met countless times, ordering food at the Cast Member cafeteria. Belle doesn't smile at her this time, because Belle is a twenty-something who just did five meet & greets, & is a human being on her lunch break. That girl tells her Cast Member friends that Belle isn't smiling & that she must be a bitch because she didn't smile at her or say hello.

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The Magnificent Facades Of Hungarian Cube Houses

In the aftermath of World War II, a particular housing type proliferated in Communist Hungary: the cube. As the country rebuilt after the war, the Hungarian Cube (in Hungarian, "Magyar Kocka") became the ubiquitous, standardized form of residential architecture. One of the few ways people had to make such cookie-cutter houses their own was by decorating their facades.

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The 46-year-old sex toy Hitachi won't talk about

The US Patent and Trademark Office lists the Hitachi Magic Wand's first use in commerce as April 25th, 1968. In the 46 years since, this big, white hunk of plug-in plastic, which bears some resemblance to a bass drum mallet, has come to represent an awkward duality for many Americans. It's marketed and sold as a personal massager in department stores and pharmacies, while also serving as a trusted masturbation aid. The Magic Wand isn't what you'd expect from a modern sex toy. In fact, it could very well be your grandmother's vibrator. It weighs 1.2 pounds, measures 12 inches from base to tip and has a bulbous, "tennis ball-sized" head. It's made of hard plastic, has two speeds -- high (6,000 vibrations per minute) and low (5,000 vibrations per minute) -- and connects to a power outlet via a 6-foot cord. It's neither waterproof, nor water-resistant and has a tendency to overheat after 25 minutes of use. Shortcomings aside, the Magic Wand continues to outsell more technologically advanced competitors, even as the company that created it distances itself from what has become one of the most iconic sex toys in existence.

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Kobo’s Aura H20 Makes The High-Res E-Reader Waterproof – Your Move, Amazon | TechCrunch

The e-reader also sports a 1GHz processor for faster page turning, and 4GB of onboard storage built-in (the Kindle Paperwhite now has that much, too, after a quiet mid-cycle upgrade). The Aura H20 has expandable storage via microSD, too, supporting cards with up to 32GB of space, in case you ever wanted to carry around more books on your device than any human being could ever possibly hope to read in their lifetime, even if all they were doing was reading continuously without pausing for sleep, food or basic human interaction.

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Why Fantasy Football Websites Don't Offer Pay-To-Enter Survivor Pools

Meanwhile, a third federal statute that calls into doubt NFL survivor pools is the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006, which makes it illegal for those “engaged in the business of betting or wagering” to “knowingly accept” funds in connection with the participation of another person in unlawful Internet gambling.  While this most recent online gaming act includes the special carve-out provision to protect many forms of “ fantasy sports ,” this carve-out only applies to those games where  winning outcomes are not based on the final score of actual game results .  Thus, the carve-out likely does not apply to NFL survivor pools given that participants are required to select the winners of actual games.

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Fancy-pants cooler captures Kickstarter funding crown - CNET

The Coolest Cooler may have a long reign ahead as the most-funded Kickstarter of all time, or it could be knocked of its perch by the next great thing. Perhaps some enterprising inventor will come along with a smartwatch with a built-in blender and, by combining the top two Kickstarters, create a new crowdfunding phenomenon -- one project to rule them all.

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53 Datavu: Useful Unix commands for exploring data
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55 The art of misdirection
56 Samsung Low-Profile Heir Poised to Succeed Father Seen as a God
57 The executive order that led to mass spying, as told by NSA alumni
58 Broad Range Of Public Tech Firms Trade For Record Prices | TechCrunch
59 The Hollywood-ification Of The App Store | TechCrunch
60 Link revs up in Mario Kart 8 this November
61 Nutanix Lands $140M On $2B+ Valuation, IPO Could Be Next | TechCrunch
62 Vexed in the city: The 'sharing' economy's hidden toll on San Francisco - CNET
63 Facebook Turns On “Bandwidth Targeting” To Match Mobile Ads To Your Network Quality | TechCrunch
64 Diane Sawyer Signs Off From 'World News' [VIDEO]
65 Rockbot Grabs Funding From Universal Music Group To Bring Its Social Jukebox To More Businesses | TechCrunch
66 When Chinese children forget how to write
67 Find Order In Chaos With This Kinetic Sculpture That Captures The Essence Of Science
68 LG Unveils New Smartwatch with a Circular Clock Face
69 Supernova Impostors Baffle Astronomers
70 A Surprising New Study On How Video Games Impact Children
71 Vexed in the city: Benioff says it's time to listen to the dissenters (Q&A) - CNET
72 Poll: Who Would Win The WWE IGN Battle Royal - IGN
73 Cotap, A WhatsApp For The Workplace, Adds Box, Dropbox, Google, OneDrive And Desktop App | TechCrunch
74 Meet the Rebels in These Awesome New Hunger Games: Mockingjay Posters | Underwire | WIRED
75 Frank Lloyd Wright School Of Architecture Could Lose Its Accreditation
76 Disney Files Patents To Use Drones In Park Shows | TechCrunch
77 Mystery solved: The sailing stones of Death Valley - CNET
78 Standalone Kinect For Xbox One Will Go On Sale October 7 For $149.99 | TechCrunch
79 How We Can Get Submarines to Travel at Supersonic Speed | Autopia | WIRED
80 Why More Companies Should Submit To Peer Review | TechCrunch
81 Olympus E-PL7: Great Imaging Guts, Now With a Slick Selfie Redesign
82 User-Generated Content Portal Wikia Raises Another $15M To Crack Into Asia | TechCrunch
83 The MIT Curse Strikes Again: Lilliputian Systems Files For Bankruptcy
84 Deputizing the Cyber Posse: The Next Frontier of Public-Private Partnership
85 Pluralsight Raises $135 Million At A Valuation Approaching $1 Billion | TechCrunch
86 The LG G Watch R is a round, retro smartwatch with good looks to spare
87 Volometrix Attempts To Measure Employee Productivity--But Is It A Flawed Model?
88 UN Climate Report: Large-Scale Climate Shifts Are Inevitable
89 Wells Fargo Launches FinTech Innovation Lab
90 Amazon Opens Up Its Enterprise Cloud Storage Service Zocalo To All | TechCrunch
91 How Much RAM Will The iPhone 6 Have? It Doesn't Matter To The Consumers
92 WIRED Summer Binge-Watching Guide: The Sopranos | Underwire | WIRED
93 Research shows that if you remove anonymity, you won't hear from most of your readers
94 MB&F Mixes Up Sci-Fi Canon With A New High-Tech Music Box | TechCrunch
95 Boston Children's Hospital preps surgeons with custom 3D-printed models
96 New iPad Air 2 rear shell photos reveal minor changes
97 Shapeways might have found the best model yet for 3D printing copyrighted objects