ark-lang/ark

$ svn co https://llvm.org/svn/llvm-project/llvm/tags/RELEASE_360/final $GOPATH/src/llvm.org/llvm $ export CGO_CPPFLAGS="`llvm-config --cppflags`" $ export CGO_LDFLAGS="`llvm-config --ldflags --libs --system-libs all`" $ export CGO_CXXFLAGS=-std=c++11 $ go install -tags byollvm llvm.org/llvm/bindings/go/llvm $ go get github.com/ark-lang/ark $ go install github.com/ark-lang/ark

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Wading Into Silicon Valley Debate, Shyp Will Make Employees of Its Contractors

Shyp said it has hundreds of couriers in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami and New York, all of which it will convert to employee status early next year. When the company expands into Chicago this summer it will hire all of its couriers, making them eligible for benefits like health care and workers’ compensation. Shyp will also pay for drivers’ vehicle expenses.

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Here's your first look at Telltale's 'Minecraft: Story Mode' game

The people behind Minecraft just kicked off Minecon 2015 with a bang. At the fan convention's opening ceremony, Mojang's Lydia Winters debuted the first trailer for Minecraft: Story Mode , an upcoming title from Telltale Games. Yep, the same developer that created video game tie-ins for Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead . As you might expect, Minecraft: Story Mode combines the game's blocky aesthetic with a branching, narrative-based adventure. Players will take control of Jesse, who has to find the fabled "Order of the Stone" with his friends to save the world from destruction. There's a panel later today with the Mojang and Telltale folks, so we're expecting to hear a lot more then.

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How the director of Terminator Genisys recreated James Cameron’s 1984

The best thing was we had this huge comfort level, because I’d stood around in Malta with her semi-naked, holding ridiculous stuffed green toys for dragons, back before whether we knew whether it would work or not. So we’ve been through the trenches and feel safe with each other. I think I came into this sort of naively thinking "Oh, well she’s been the warrior queen, now she’ll just be a different kind of warrior queen." But it’s a completely different ballgame. She had to work so hard. Changing her hair color was part of the work, but doing the accent — that’s a constant thing you have to keep one eye on. And then weapons training, stunt training, physical training, all the stuff to get to where she could actually be a kinetic warrior in the trenches, not just someone standing off to the side giving orders, which is what she does in Game of Thrones quite a lot. So I think she really had to create this person. And it felt great, but it was touch and go, because again, it’s scary for me to step into Cameron’s shadow — it’s scary for her to step into Linda Hamilton’s shadow. And I think she is more well-adjusted than I am, so she had enough sense to sort of shirk it off, and say, "Okay, I’m not gonna watch that stuff, I’m not gonna think about it.

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How to Turn Off Apple Music’s Auto-Renewal

Apple Music for iOS In the Apple Music iOS app, select the small silhouette icon in the upper left corner. Then select  ”View Apple ID.” At the next screen select the “Manage” button under Subscriptions. Select “Apple Music Membership” and tap on the “Automatic Renewal” toggle switch to turn it off.  Are you really sure you want to turn it off? Yes! Don’t worry, another screen will pop up to have you confirm that you’d really like to do it.

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Who wore it better? Prince George channels his dad's style

When Prince Harry met his big brother Prince William, the older sibling wore a cute outfit consisting of red shorts and a white blouse with red embroidered detailing. Today, George showed up at Princess Charlotte's christening looking like the spitting image of William — from his full head of blonde hair to an almost identical copy of the outfit his dad wore 31 years ago.

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International Space Station resupplied for the first time in months

The International Space Station has just received its first new supplies since April 14th. The Progress 60 Russian cargo ship docked with ISS early this morning, at 3:11AM ET  according to NASA , bringing with it over three tons of cargo. That includes "1,940 pounds of propellant, 106 pounds of oxygen, 926 pounds of water, and 3,133 pounds of spare parts, supplies and experiment hardware."

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Amazon's 20th Birthday Party Will Bring "More Deals Than Black Friday"

Get your credit cards ready. Amazon says that it’s celebrating its 20th birthday with what it’s calling Prime Day , a massively discounted 24 hours of shopping which will feature “more deals than Black Friday.”

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While You Were Offline: People Have Strong Opinions About Peas | WIRED

It might be a holiday weekend, but the Internet never takes time off. Over here in WIRED Towers, we’ve decided to split the difference with a slightly truncated (hey, we’d like some time off ourselves, thanks very much) roundup of what people have been talking about this week on the Internet. Don’t worry; the answer, it turns out, is “even more ridiculous stuff than usual,” and that’s not even going anywhere near anything related to Donald Trump.

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A petition to remove Ellen Pao as Reddit CEO has added more than 100,000 signatures in 3 days

After Pao lost her gender discrimination case against venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins she was appointed CEO of Reddit Inc and Reddit entered into a new age of censorship. A vast majority of the Reddit community believes that Pao, "a manipulative individual who will sue her way to the top", has overstepped her boundaries and fears that she will run Reddit into the ground. ...  Action must be taken to prevent Reddit from being further run into the ground.

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Millions Of Instagram Users Are Just Spambots

These bots are fake accounts that interact with other users. Businesses or celebrities often pay money for phony accounts to increase their social media prestige, but even people who don't purchase followers might find a host of spammers bloating up their follower list. Fortunately, it's not too hard to figure out which accounts are fake.

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Army exoskeleton prototype helps soldiers learn to shoot

Foot soldiers thrive on their shooting skills , but learning expert marksmanship can take a long, long time. US Army researchers could soon have a robotic shortcut to improving those skills, however. They're working on MAXFAS , an arm exoskeleton that uses cable-activated arm braces to correct involuntary arm shakes while you're shooting -- think of it like a stabilized camera . The carbon fiber body is light enough that it doesn't weigh you down, and it's smart enough to detect the differences between purposeful movements (such as aiming) and tremors.

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The Grateful Dead open 'Fare Thee Well' finale with a fine feline

It was the end of an intensely bittersweet weekend for Deadheads, a 50-year tribe that was gathering for one last set of instructions from its elders. And they got it all right, with the band focused and in top form, from two shows in Santa Clara, California on through to this historic three-night run that set successive attendance records at Soldier Field.

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instructables on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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Stephen Hawking asks a big question of Mark Zuckerberg - CNET

The very last sentence is true. What came before is my dramatic interpretation. But here was Hawking's question: "I would like to know a unified theory of gravity and the other forces. Which of the big questions in science would you like to know the answer to and why?"

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This is the Nintendo PlayStation that almost was

It might seem crazy today, but in the early '90s Nintendo and Sony were working together on a video game accessory that'd add CD capabilities to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System . There would also be a separate Sony console that'd play SNES cartridge games and titles for the SNES CD system dubbed the PlayStation. As legend tells it, the deal went sour when Nintendo instead announced a partnership with Sony's competitor Philips for the optical add-on at the same CES that Sony unveiled its Nintendo-centric PlayStation. The rest is history . What you see above might as well be a unicorn, then.

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8 TED Talks to help you claim your independence

As a child growing up in North Korea, Hyeonseo Lee thought her country was “the best on the planet.” It wasn't until the famine of the 90s that she began to wonder. She escaped the country at 14, to begin a life in hiding, as a refugee in China. Hers is a harrowing, personal tale of survival and hope — and a powerful reminder of those who face constant danger, even when the border is far behind.

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Amazon Marks 20th Anniversary With “Prime Day,” Its Answer To Black Friday

In a  press release , Greg Greeley, vice president of Amazon Prime, claims “Prime Day is a one-day only event filled with more deals than Black Friday,” but the company did not specify if that means Amazon will offer more deals on July 15 than it did during Black Friday, if the value of the deals will be worth more, or if it hopes Prime Day eventually trumps Black Friday as each year’s main celebration of consumerism (TechCrunch has emailed Amazon for more information).

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Troy Hunt: “We take security seriously”, otherwise known as “We didn’t take it seriously enough”

Oh good, feeling much better now! So privacy and security are important, but with the benefit of hindsight, probably not important enough. Which got me thinking about all the other times I’d seen similar statements and just how hollow they’ve now become; it’s corporate speak personified. To demonstrate, let me stand back and let others to do the talking in this post…

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How to recreate your childhood game library with the Internet Archive

It’s not a totally flawless system. There are occasional bugs. The emulators tend to work best on the latest versions of Firefox and Chrome, but can be hit and miss with other browsers. Some control schemes are a little wonky since the games are running on hardware that they weren’t meant for. But for a completely free and legal stroll down memory lane, some relearning is a small price to pay. Here are some of the biggest collections of video game software in the library and what it’s like to play them.

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'Mega Man' creator wants your help making a game-and-movie combo

As with Mighty , there are a lot of pledge options that sometimes let you directly shape either project. It'll take a minimum $25 pledge to get the game, or $24 for the movie; plunk down at least $499 and you can start creating achievements, naming items and more. Studio4ºC is even willing to accept fresh ideas for free, and it'll give you a small reward if your vision makes it into the anime. Neither Red Ash effort is expected to ship until July 2017 if everything goes according to plan. However, this is a rare chance at jumpstarting an entire media universe masterminded by a team of video game pioneers -- it might be worth a close look.

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Mashable on Twitter

“ @mashable : The 10 most American things that happened at the World Cup final #USA #Merica http://on.mash.to/1LMVX2r  pic.twitter.com/N2BknIA0dG ”

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Watch as Coney Island hot dog-eating champ defends his 8-year title streak

NEW YORK — Joey Chestnut gave it all he had, but it simply wasn't enough in Saturday's Coney Island hot dog-eating contest. Matt Stonie, who placed second last year, won by downing 62 hot dogs in 10 minutes. Chestnut ate 60.

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The 17 best smartphones in the world

Here's our ranking of the best phones you can buy right now in the U.S. based on factors including design, software and hardware features, content selection, carrier availability, and price. We've included the approximate unsubsidized cost for each.

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IGN on Twitter

@IGN Food Wars is a style of anime I normally avoid but it's genuine good fun. I'm stitches every episode and the cast is super loveable.

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A Tour of Minecon 2015 in Just Over 60 Seconds - IGN Video

Fairground attractions, toys, exhibits, and of course, lots of Minecraft merch. If you're not at Minecon, here's what you're missing.

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Security News This Week: Your VPN Probably Isn't Private | WIRED

The more things change, the more they stay the same, right? The Freedom Act may have signaled an end to the Patriot Act’s bulk collection of American phone records, but not so fast: its demise will be postponed for a bit. A FISA court approved the government’s request to renew the illegal dragnet surveillance program for what is to be a six-month transition period. The only irony is that the program already shut down amidst congressional feedback, so restating it after its lapse seems rather silly…but here we are. The eventual good news is that records will need to be requested from phone companies on an as-needed basis, and with permission from the FISA Court, once this “transition period” is over. Senator Wyden, one of NSA’s biggest critics, said it best: “This illegal dragnet surveillance violated Americans’ rights for fourteen years without making our country any safer. It is disappointing that the administration is seeking to resurrect this unnecessary and invasive program after it has already been shut down.”

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Our favorite video games of 2015

It's quite possible that Her Story is at the front of my mind because it's the last game I completed in the first half of 2015. But I don't think that's the only reason. This complex tale of murder, mistaken identity, and psychological intrigue—told entirely through well-acted video clips of a multi-day police interrogation—is likely to stick with me until at least 2016. So what if it doesn't have a well-defined goal or ending? It's a fine piece of storytelling that takes the medium in a new direction and revives a genre that most wrote off as a joke decades ago. —Kyle Orland, Senior Gaming Editor

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Greeks vote 'no,' reject demands for more austerity in key referendum

Greeks overwhelmingly rejected creditors' demands for more austerity in return for rescue loans in a critical referendum Sunday, backing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who insisted the vote would give him a stronger hand to reach a better deal.

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Get PhoneClean and More on Sale Before These Deals End [Deals Hub]

There are so many great offers in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub that it’s easy to miss one. We try to alert you to all of the best deals around, and this is your chance to catch those savings that may have otherwise slipped through the cracks. Take a look at the best deals of the week from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub. You’ll be glad you did, and your wallet will thank you, too.

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Disappointed Redditor receives world's saddest sandwich from airport eatery

He added that he bought the sandwich from EAT, a popular chain in the UK. "The part that made it worse was that they told me to take a seat, and they'd bring it over," Spambox wrote on Reddit.

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NASA's Pluto probe will spend 'days' recovering from a glitch

Don't expect to hear more from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft for a while. The Pluto observer recently encountered a glitch that made it lose contact for an hour and a half. That doesn't sound like much of a problem, but it was enough to kick the probe into a safe mode that doesn't collect scientific data . The mission team believes it could take up to "several days" to get back to normal due to the distance from Earth -- and that's slightly worrying when the mission's all-important Pluto flyby should take place on July 14th. While there's a good chance that New Horizons will be back to normal by the time it's close to the dwarf planet, it's clear that every day of downtime will matter.

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Google's Waze to start carpooling pilot program in Israel

JERUSALEM Google-owned online mapping company Waze is launching a carpooling pilot program in Israel where commuters pay fellow drivers a small fee for a ride to and from work.

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Destiny: Do You Still Play Iron Banner? - IGN's Fireteam Chat - IGN Video

Destin and Jose talk about the Iron Banner woes from the beginning of the week and talk about why they like the game mode.

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Podcast Unlocked 201: Xbox Bosses Past and Present Share Stories, Secrets - IGN

We don't believe three generations of Xbox leadership have ever been brought into the same room before to share secrets and stories of Xbox history. Until now. In a once-in-a-lifetime episode, Xbox creator Seamus Blackley, Head of Xbox during the 360 launch Peter Moore, and current Head of Xbox Phil Spencer talk for 90 minutes about all three Xbox consoles, including beating Sony in the living room, where the Duke controller came from, how Gears of War influenced a critical decision for the Xbox 360 hardware, and so much more!

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8 times Instagram policed women's bodies

Instagram’s guidelines for what is permissible when it comes to bodies, especially those of women, are complicated. “Female nipples” aren’t allowed, unless they're being used to breastfeed or a photo shows post-mastectomy scarring — and that's where things get tricky. These caveats put some images in murky territory, leaving policy a bit confusing for users.

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Facebook Tests Features That Make Sharing GIFs In Messenger Easier Than Ever

Giphy is a search engine for GIFs. Animated GIFs have existed for decades, but there was still no good way to browse and discover the best the web had to offer. And the vision for Giphy isn’t really just about finding GIFs. It’s a search engine today but soon you’ll see it grow into a community, a platform with a host of features targeted at gif artists, enthusiasts, bloggers, and anyone generally …

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IGN on Twitter

#PennyDreadful Season 2 finale review, as Vanessa came face to face with...herself http://go.ign.com/xicmtYX  pic.twitter.com/sc7REymF5l

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Survival Uses for Headphones

I may not carry a knife or 10 feet of paracord with me daily, but I always have my headphones. If I was thrust into a survival situation without being given any time to plan they'd be one of the few things I'd have with me. They are also surprisingly useful in the event of an emergency. You aren't likely to need them, so you can break them apart without a second thought and re-purpose them.

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Hyundai sees hydrogen fuel cell cars as the future

Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles emit only water vapor as exhaust. They also have remarkable advantages over all-electric vehicles, such as the Tesla Model S, in that they can travel 300 miles on a tank of fuel and can refuel in just five minutes. By comparison, a Tesla using the company's so-called "Superchargers" requires at least 20 minutes to achieve a half-charged battery. A full charge will provide a range of up to 265 miles. Toyota's RAV4 electric vehicle can go a maximum of 125 miles on one charge.

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Gizmodo on Twitter

Google's dream robot is running wild across the Internet: http://gizmo.do/mbh8ebZ  pic.twitter.com/U8ksO5gYDW

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Regulators Probe Marketing of Hot Private Tech Shares

Securities regulators have launched a broad investigation into whether hedge funds and other investors are improperly selling hot private technology stocks amid a boom in the trading of such shares, people close to the probe say.

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3D-printed 'dough' helps fix your fractured bones

The paste has yet to reach clinical trials, so don't count on getting it if you break your leg in the near future. However, it's relatively easy to make (you can produce it at room temperature) and shouldn't be inordinately expensive. Also, this is only the beginning. The scientists are hopeful that their goo will eventually be useful as a scaffold for reconstructing larger and more complex bones. If the technology advances far enough, you may not have to suffer quite so much if you smash your nose.

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Back in 2000, the CIA made 8 predictions on what life would be like in 2015

Back in 2000, just before George W. Bush became president, the CIA published a 70-page report on what the world would be like in 2015.

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Cydia 1.1.20 update released to fix bugs and crash issues

If you’ve been facing any of these issues while using Cydia, it’s strongly recommend that you update it to the latest version. Cydia installer 1.1.20 update can be installed via the Changes tab in Cydia.

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The Verge on Twitter

Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events adaptation appears to have a teaser trailer http://www.theverge.com/2015/7/6/8899507/lemony-snicket-netflix-a-series-of-unfortunate-events-teaser?utm_campaign=theverge&utm_content=chorus&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter … pic.twitter.com/n9GEx9YDbu

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The unbelievable story behind the 'Back to Back World War Champs' tank top

that features an American flag accompanied by a simple slogan "Back to Back World War Champs." The success of the tank top spurred Grandex to slap the slogan on a plethora of items including koozies, hats and posters.

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How the worst moments in our lives make us who we are

Writer Andrew Solomon has spent his career telling stories of the hardships of others. Now he turns inward, bringing us into a childhood of adversity, while also spinning tales of the courageous people he's met in the years since. In a moving, heartfelt and at times downright funny talk, Solomon gives a powerful call to action to forge meaning from our biggest struggles.

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The Iran I Saw

There wasn’t much exceptional about my recent lunch out with a couple dozen young, aspiring entrepreneurs. It was a typical, crowded, buzzing, Nandos-like joint—good food cheap, easy to pull tables together so we could talk. These were men and women debating the latest technologies, describing their recent ideas, regularly interchanging their physical engagement with checking their SnapChat, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook apps.

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52 Dave Grohl performs first gig since breaking his leg — while sitting on a throne
53 The dystopian lake filled by the world’s tech lust
54 The Deadly Global War for Sand | WIRED
55 Nintendo's shareholders scare me, and they should scare you too
56 Minister No More!
57 A shark-deterrent wetsuit (and it's not what you think)
58 Checking DNA Against Elephants Hints At How Mammoths Got Woolly
59 Lloyds Bank Celebrates 250 Years With Touching History Of Horses Helping Humans
60 Stephen Colbert just interviewed Eminem on a public access cable show in Monroe, Michigan
61 Open Labware: 3-D Printing Your Own Lab Equipment
62 How Shark Week screws scientists
63 Incredible space stone seems like it has a nebula trapped inside
64 Map: The remarkable distances you can travel on a European train in less than a day
65 A tale of two Americas. And the mini-mart where they collided
66 3 things I learned while my plane crashed
67 See invisible motion, hear silent sounds
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69 Scientists discover that male and female mice process pain differently
70 Reg Saddler on Twitter
71 Why the Pope's embrace of science matters
72 From trash to treasure: Adidas designs shoes made of ocean garbage - CNET
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74 Numi — Beautiful Calculator App for Mac
75 Michelle Obama lifts the 40-year ban on White House tour photos
76 'Star Trek 3' director shares Starfleet logo and movie title - CNET
77 How I help transgender teens become who they want to be
78 This new gadget will revolutionise productivity on your laptop
79 The Wall of Sound
80 Reg Saddler on Twitter
81 Does the media have a "duty of care"?
82 The New York Times on Twitter
83 The Causes, Costs and Consequences of Bad Government Data
84 America challenges Japan to real-life battle of giant robots - CNET
85 Greece – What You are not Being Told by the Media - NationofChange
86 You'll be able to drive the electric cars of Formula E in Forza Motorsport 6
87 Here's why you'll tune into Beats 1: a Run the Jewels weekly show
88 Russia has a serious HIV crisis, and the government is to blame
89 There’s a dark side to startups, and it haunts 30% of the world’s most brilliant people
90 The long reach of reason
91 What's Up With That: Why Do Cats Love Boxes So Much? | WIRED
92 How To End Food Waste, One Ugly Vegetable At A Time
93 BP will pay states $18.7 billion for 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill
94 How Shark Week screws scientists
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96 The original smartwatches: Casio's history of wild wrist designs
97 6 Habits of Successful Social Media Marketers
98 This wireless camera lets you take better pictures with your phone or tablet
99 Carli Lloyd's first-half hat-trick is what American dreams are made of
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