This iPhone App Lets You Turn Any Photo Into An Emoji

Imoji, posted to the App Store on Thursday , allows iOS users to turn the pictures they take -- or save -- into emojis for iMessage. What’s more, The Next Web notes, users can choose to make a sticker private , or opt to make it public for others to use in their own conversations. That means any user has the chance to create the next ultra versatile emoji (think: clapping hands or poop with eyes ).

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SDCC 2014: Once Upon a Time Teases Frozen - IGN

Let's jump to the big Frozen news. A clip from the Season 4 premiere showed Elsa (Georgina Haig) and Anna (Elizabeth Lail) in a green and lush Arendelle putting flowers at the base of their parents' graves (for those of you playing at home, this means Elizabeth Mitchell will likely not be portraying Anna and Elsa's mother). Elsa and Anna are dressed in costumes similar to those seen in the animated film, right down to the hairstyles. Their sisterly love is already apparent. Elsa says she has a surprise for Anna, and it's for her wedding. Maybe we'll see Anna and Kristoff's nuptials happen on screen?

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Star Wars Rebels Preview: All's Right With the Galaxy

Star Wars Rebels is coming to cable TV in October 2014. We don't have an exact date, and Lucasfilm has requested that those of us who got to see the first (slightly unfinished) episode at Comic-Con not reveal too many of its details to a salivating Star Wars fandom. So I can't term any story on the subject a review.

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BuzzFeed Fires Editor After Twitter Users Unearth Plagiarized Articles

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 to set up and use Nokia Treasure Tag (pictures) - CNET

Nokia's Treasure Tag (review) is a simple, easy-to-use tracker that connects your smartphone (Android and iOS as well as Windows Phone) to whatever the tag is attached to -- your keys, a bike, your car, a diaper bag, whatever.

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Apple Confirms Purchase of Book Recommendation Maker BookLamp

“Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans,” the company said in the statement it typically gives when it buys companies.

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Security expert rejects Apple, NSA, iOS backdoor claims

A hacker this week claimed hidden iOS backdoors are used by government, law enforcement and other out-of-control groups to collect personal data without permission, but the allegations are incorrect, a leading security developer told AppleHolic .

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SDCC 2014: Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Release Date Announced - IGN

During the Marvel Studios panel at Comic-Con on Saturday, Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt and director James Gunn appeared via taped segment at the very end of the presentation to announce the release date of Guardians of the Galaxy 2.

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Six Clicks: The best Linux desktop environments | ZDNet

Summary: Unlike Windows or Mac OS X, Linux offers a wide variety of desktop environments. Here are my picks of the most important of these PC interfaces.

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Mass Effect 4 focuses on exploring the stars (but don’t call it that)

BioWare shared some of the first concrete details about  Mass Effect 4 — and reiterated once again the “Mass Effect 4″ is NOT the title — during its panel at 2014′s Comic Con International in San Diego. The big takeaway from producer Mike Gamble is that the game is focused specifically on exploration and, to that end, the first  Mass Effect ‘s Mako rover makes a return.

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Nokia Lumia 930 review - CNET

With its great display, brilliant camera and attractive, colourful design, the Nokia Lumia 930 has most of what you'd expect from a top-end Windows Phone device. It's battery lets it down though and with an unimpressive selection of apps still available from the Windows Phone store, a high-end Android device with a good camera will likely be a better option for many of you.

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New York Times Editorial Board Calls For Marijuana Legalization

There are no perfect answers to people’s legitimate concerns about marijuana use. But neither are there such answers about tobacco or alcohol, and we believe that on every level — health effects, the impact on society and law-and-order issues — the balance falls squarely on the side of national legalization. That will put decisions on whether to allow recreational or medicinal production and use where it belongs — at the state level.

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Lyft Strikes a Deal to Operate in New York City - Digits - WSJ

Lyft more than two weeks ago  said it was finally arriving in the nation’s largest city to compete against Uber. That didn’t sit well with New York’s Taxi and Limousine Commission, which regulates the city’s cabs, and state officials, which won a temporary restraining order halting the July 8 launch.

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The Pirate Bay Is Now Mobile-Optimized, If That's Something You Want

The Pirate Bay, the infamous peer-to-peer file sharing website, has provided only the finest in illegal torrents for more than a decade, but it's never been known for handsome mobile design. The torrent team has finally come up with a "mobile-friendly" version of its notorious website, in case you've ever wanted to torrent on the go.

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Lyft Strikes a Deal to Operate in New York City - Digits - WSJ

Lyft more than two weeks ago  said it was finally arriving in the nation’s largest city to compete against Uber. That didn’t sit well with New York’s Taxi and Limousine Commission, which regulates the city’s cabs, and state officials, which won a temporary restraining order halting the July 8 launch.

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Apple Faces Class-Action Lawsuit In California Over Alleged Labor Violations Affecting 20K Employees | TechCrunch

“The lawsuit was filed by Brandon Felczer and several other retail and corporate Apple employees (the “Plaintiffs”) beginning in December 2011. The Plaintiffs sought to represent themselves and all other similarly situated Apple employees in California who were not provided timely meal breaks, timely rest breaks, and timely final paychecks according to California’s Labor Code and Wage Orders. Just yesterday, after years of litigation, against Apple’s opposition, and after voluminous briefing and lengthy oral argument, the California Superior Court granted Plaintiffs’ motion and certified the case as a class action, appointing Plaintiffs and Plaintiffs’ counsel (Hogue & Belong) as the class representatives and class counsel on behalf of approximately 20,000 Apple employees. In other words, as of yesterday’s ruling, Apple now faces claims of meal period, rest period and final pay violations affecting approximately 20,000 current and former Apple employees.”

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Google Play adds 'Offline Games' section

Those worried that the games they play on their Android devices might be subtly pushing them ever-closer to their carrier's data cap can rest a bit easier by perusing the offerings in Google Play's newly-launched "Offline Games" section. Like the name says, all games found in the Offline Games section require no Internet connectivity beyond the initial download. While this means the games (which include Plague Inc. , Jetpack Joyride and Minecraft - Pocket Edition ) won't automatically tap into the cloud for leaderboard updates and in-app purchase reminders, it also means your monthly phone bill won't suddenly inflate to ludicrous levels simply because you spent an especially boring afternoon at the DMV with only your portable device for entertainment. As Engadget points out, the Offline Games section is currently paltry when compared to the thousands of games otherwise available on Google Play, but it's a start. Hopefully more mobile developers will see this move as a reminder that not everyone has an unlimited data plan. [Image: Google]

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Dropbox Gets Down To Business, Adds More Sharing Features And Search For Enterprises | TechCrunch

Dropbox, now at 300 million users globally, says that there are 4 million businesses today using its cloud-based platform to store, distribute and share documents. But of those, only around 80,000 have opted so far to use Dropbox for Business, the company’s premium enterprise tier launched earlier this year . Today, the startup is making a move to sweeten the deal, unveiling a host of new features to enhance Dropbox for Business. They include a lot of new (and more secure) ways to share documents, and an interesting move that points to Dropbox’s bigger platform ambitions: the introduction of full-text search.

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In Pictures, Palestinians Visit Ravaged Gaza Areas During Cease-Fire

Palestinians sit on debris during a 12-hour cease-fire in Gaza City's Shijaiyah neighborhood on July 26 after seeing their homes destroyed in Israel's military operation on Gaza.

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6 Essential Batman Movie Moments - The Superhero Show - Superhero Show - IGN Video

Happy 75th birthday, Batman! Chris and Krupa relive some of their favourite Dark Knight moments.

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Marc Andreessen Calls Out Everyone Who Has Doubted Facebook Over The Years

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International Police Visit to MH17 Crash Site Canceled Amid Reports of Fighting

DONETSK, Ukraine — A team of international police officers that had planned to start searching for evidence and the remaining bodies at the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash site in eastern Ukraine canceled their trip Sunday, after receiving reports of fighting in the area.

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YC-Backed Kamcord Launches An App For Watching Mobile Game Replays | TechCrunch

As reports of Google’s interest in buying Twitch continue unabated , it’s clear there’s an enormous market for video of gameplay. A few players stepped up a couple years ago to tackle the same concept for mobile gaming. Y Combinator-backed Kamcord was one of them. They built a layer that developers could integrate, letting gamers easily record and share their gameplay. After raising $7.1 million at the beginning of May, they’ve grown their share rate by four times.

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Stunning Day-Glo Photographs Show The Hidden Insides Of Sea Creatures

While working as a fisherman in Japan, Iori Tomita started experimenting with turning some of his catch into art. His crabs, fish, and other sea creatures end up brilliantly colored and completely transparent, so you can see each tiny detail of their insides. Tomita then photographs the oddly beautiful results.

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Apple iPhones allow extraction of deep personal data, researcher finds

“We have designed iOS so that its diagnostic functions do not compromise user privacy and security, but still provides needed information to enterprise IT departments, developers and Apple for troubleshooting technical issues,” Apple said. “A user must have unlocked their device and agreed to trust another computer before that computer is able to access this limited diagnostic data.”

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Goodbye turbo lag: Audi bringing electric turbos to production

The centerpiece of the RS5 TDI Concept’s drivetrain is a 3.0-liter diesel-burning V6 engine that uses an innovative electric turbocharger to virtually eliminate turbo lag and improve efficiency. Drawing power from a compact lithium-ion battery pack, the electric turbo provides instantaneous boost at low rpm while two large traditional exhaust-driven turbos kick in at higher engine speeds to provide more high-end grunt.

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littleBits Remote Pet Feeder

When away, make sure your pet (fish, cat, dog) never goes hungry with this WiFi-activated feeder. With this littleBits project, you can either feed yo...

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Trimming the Fat: How to Evaluate Your Business Partnerships

Jim Ivers is the Chief Security Strategist for Covata. For any industry, partnerships are the lifeblood to a successful and long-lasting business. Like any meaningful relationship, strong partnerships are not built overnight, nor do they happen by chance. They are the result of hard work, constant evaluation, and the confidence to terminate the ones that are unproductive or toxic. I once had an industry analysts tell me that “today’s partnerships are tomorrow’s unsupported features,” so the market does view your partners and the strength of those relationships seriously. In fact, it’s wise to think of your partners as an extension of the reputation you have built for your brand. You never want to find yourself in defense of your name because partners aren’t presenting themselves in the right light. Take inventory The first step in the process is to make an honest inventory of your partnerships by asking yourself a series of three qualifying questions: Is the vendor/partner still providing value to your business? Since engagement, has the vendor/partner maintained performance expectations? Do you trust your vendor/partner to protect your information? If you’ve answered ‘no’ to any of these questions, it may be time to cut the cord, particularly if you have expressed your dissatisfaction with the partner in the past.

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Is the Motorola Shamu the next Nexus phone?

Android Police’s Liam Spradlin seems fairly confident that a Motorola device codenamed Shamu is in the works, though as yet there’s no concept imagery or any sneak peeks at the design — the main piece of evidence is an entry in Google’s issue tracker system which has been captured for posterity. “We are confident that Shamu is a real device under active development, and fairly confident that it is a contender for the Nexus program, but are just slightly less confident about its specs, simply due to the information at our disposal,” says Spradlin.

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'MythBusters' Star Adam Savage Spent 10 Years Making His 'Alien' Spacesuit for Comic-Con

But why the Alien homage? "The Alien spacesuit, which was designed by Moebius, is one of my favorite spacesuit designs ever, and I'm a spacesuit fanatic," Savage revealed. "I've got a bunch of replicas of real ones and fake ones. I've been working on this this particular suit over the last 10 years. It's the final culmination of a decade of obsession — it was worth every minute of labor put into it to see the responses from all the cosplayers out on the floor."

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Quantum gas goes below absolute zero

Schneider and his colleagues reached such sub-absolute-zero temperatures with an ultracold quantum gas made up of potassium atoms. Using lasers and magnetic fields, they kept the individual atoms in a lattice arrangement. At positive temperatures, the atoms repel, making the configuration stable. The team then quickly adjusted the magnetic fields, causing the atoms to attract rather than repel each other. “This suddenly shifts the atoms from their most stable, lowest-energy state to the highest possible energy state, before they can react,” says Schneider. “It’s like walking through a valley, then instantly finding yourself on the mountain peak.”

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11 Of The Oldest Living Things In The World

For nearly a decade, photographer Rachel Sussman has been traveling the globe in search of the world's oldest living things. From the Mojave Desert to the Australian Outback to Greenland's icy expanses, she captures portraits of life forms so relentless they've managed to survive eons of planetary change. An 80,000-year-old colony of aspen trees in Utah and a 43,600-year-old self-propagating shrub in Tasmania rank amongst Sussman's unlikely subjects, just two of the many plants, fungi and invertebrates catalogued by her lens.

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Flux Capacitor charger turns any ride into a DeLorean time machine - CNET

The flux capacitor charger started life earlier this year as an April Fool's joke from ThinkGeek. As sometimes happens with fictional products, fan demand encouraged ThinkGeek to make it real. The product's unveiling is timed to mesh with San Diego Comic-Con, though it won't be available to order until September. The joke product came with a $39.99 price, but the real item will only put you back $24.99.

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GM Made This Bizarre 20-Foot-Tall Vehicle to Predict the Future | Autopia | WIRED

The raised portion on the top is made to mount and illuminate a banner that would wave upon arrival of the parade. Barrett-Jackson The raised portion on the top is made to mount and illuminate a banner that would wave upon arrival of the parade. Barrett-Jackson The Futurliners travelled the country as part of GM's Parade of Progress. GM Heritage Center The Futurliners travelled the country as part of GM's Parade of Progress. GM Heritage Center The Futurliner showed off exhibits like "Miracles of Heat and Cold." GM Heritage Center The Futurliner showed off exhibits like "Miracles of Heat and Cold." GM Heritage Center The funky vehicle was a real crowd-pleaser. GM Heritage Center The funky vehicle was a real crowd-pleaser. GM Heritage Center The Futurliner, before Pratte restored it and added whitewall tires. Barrett-Jackson The Futurliner, before Pratte restored it and added whitewall tires. Barrett-Jackson The car in front is another Pratte acquisition, the 1954 Pontiac Bonneville Special, which he bought for just over $3 million in 2006.

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The 'Seinfeld' Emoji Are Here, And They're Spectacular!

Earlier this month, it was announced that the guys behind the Seinfeld2000 Twitter and Instagram accounts developed a new set of emoji inspired by the show, and now they're here and available for a free download on iTunes . Giddy up!

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ASUS has the world's fastest WiFi router... for now

Hey look, a new router from ASUS and, apparently, it is super, super fast. According to the Taiwanese company, its RT-AC87 is "the world's first" with Wave 2 features, which bring better reliability, major speed boosts and overall performance improvements to the 802.11ac generation of WiFi routers -- one that, by the way, has yet to break through to the mainstream . Thanks to this novel technology, ASUS' RT-AC87 can beam out 5 GHz signals with up to 1.73 Gbps speeds, making it a great option for someone who has a lot of different 802.11ac-equipped devices under a single roof. People that, you know, love watching stuff on Netflix, like to livestream games to the internet or just have too many connected things happening all at once. The RT-AC87 will be available "shortly" for $270, though it'll be limited to North America. For the time being, ASUS can enjoy having the speediest router in town, at least until D-Link, Netgear, Belkin and the rest of them show up to the party.

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Quantum bounce could make black holes explode

There is one important question left unanswered- What exact causes the two layer to become one? It is temperature who makes the difference of two layers. It is also temperature who makes the two layers to merge into one. When the temperatures of the two layers become equal, the anchors layer vanishes into the underneath layer. When do the two temperatures become equal? Only when both arrive to absolute zero. There is no other solutions. The upper layer's temperature mirrors the lower layer's temperature, just as the anchors' inward dynamics is caused by the outward dynamics from the lower layer. When the lower's temperature arrives to absolute zero, the upper's dynamics disappears with the lower's dynamics and its temperature arrives to absolute zero, too. So only at absolute zero, the upper layer superimposes into the lower layer. In brief, at temperature of absolute zero, the whole universe becomes the initial singularity, which is ready To burst. Regarding the whole universe, the cosmic temperature of absolute zero yields instantaneously two equal extremely high temperatures in the positive and the negative of the initial singularity.

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10 Apps That Will Help You Sleep Better

If you're serious about regulating your sleep, Pzizz may be worth the download. This app claims to be the solution to insomnia. Due to its scientifically proven techniques that combine NLP (neurolinguistic programming), binaural beats and sound effects, the app is on the pricier side. With several sounds available, this software will mix a new playlist every time, so you never hear the same tune twice.

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18 Ways English Differs From Whatever The Hell Language We Text In

To prove our point, we went through our own phones to figure out how the English language differs from whatever the hell it is we use when texting. Here’s what we figured out.

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The secret of Minecraft

Was it a conscious decision? A strategic bit of design? I don’t know. Maybe Markus Persson always intended to create an in-game tutorial but never got around to it. If so: lucky him, and lucky us, because by requiring the secret knowledge to be stored, and sought, elsewhere, he laid the foundation for Minecraft ’s true form.

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Why Most Product Managers Suck

Unfortunately, nearly everyone seems to think they’d make a great PM (engineers, consultants, you name it), but the reality is that most folks just can’t hack it. I’ve worked with countless PMs at huge companies like Yahoo and Google, and over the past two months have interviewed over twenty PM candidates.

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SDCC 2014: Nickelodeon Pulls Upcoming Legend of Korra Episodes - IGN

It is currently unknown when the missing five episodes will finally debut, but fans will presumably learn more at Nickelodeon's Legend of Korra panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday.

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OperationSAFE is on JustCoz!

“One way you can help children recover from trauma is by giving. Thanks for your support. http://bit.ly/givechild”

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OS X Yosemite preview: the Mac gets a major makeover

You'll notice it as soon as you restart your machine: OS X Yosemite takes many, many cues from iOS. There's the dock, for starters, which features redesigned, flatter-looking icons for all of Apple's built-in apps. The menu bar now sits flat with the rest of the desktop -- not that it ever really got in the way. Throughout, too, Apple has moved to a new, less condensed font, and it's also adopted some of the same icons used in iOS (check out the "share" button in Finder, for example). Even the "stoplights" for closing, minimizing and maximizing windows are flat -- no 3D shading here. Oh, speaking of the stoplights, the green button now allows you to bring windows to full-screen. You should get used to it pretty quickly.

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Stingray, the fake cell phone tower cops and carriers use to track your every move | ExtremeTech

A stingray is a false cell phone tower that can force phones in a geographical area to connect to it. Once these devices connect, the stingray can be used to either hone in on the target’s location or, with some models, actually eavesdrop on conversations, text messages, and web browser activity. It’s not clear how much the police cooperate with the cell phone carriers on this — in at least some cases, the police have gone to carriers with requests for information, while in others they seem to have taken a brute-force approach, dumping the data of every single user on a given tower and then sorting it to find the parties they’re interested in tracking. Stingrays can be used to force the phone to give up its user details, making it fairly easy for the police to match devices and account holders.

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Is our tech making the world too complex? – Samuel Arbesman – Aeon

I'll make another analogy to try and illustrate this point. Imagine we as scientists understood the human neuron perfectly, so that we could simulate is 100% accurately. Imagine too that we had the 3D map of a person's brain, with all the neurons inside it. With a powerful-enough computer, we would be able to simulate that person's brain using only our knowledge of the neuron. We would also still have absolutely no idea whatsoever how it worked collectively, how 113 billion stupid neurons turns into an intelligent personality. Most of the amazing behaviour is probably an emergent property of relatively mechanical and logical work on the part of the individual neuron (if we encounter this kind of mental labor in our modern life, we usually delegate it to a computer; the beauty of the brain is that its grassroots computation occurs on the molecular level). So the brain is not capable of understanding the brain, at least in the sense of understanding how a car's engine works. The brain is great at making models, noticing patterns, making inferences. We love our brains for this. I'd rather write poetry then add numbers all day.

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A Middle-School Cheating Scandal

One afternoon in the spring of 2006, Damany Lewis, a math teacher at Parks Middle School, in Atlanta, unlocked the room where standardized tests were kept. It was the week before his students took the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test, which determined whether schools in Georgia had met federal standards of achievement. The tests were wrapped in cellophane and stacked in cardboard boxes. Lewis, a slim twenty-nine-year-old with dreadlocks, contemplated opening the test with scissors, but he thought his cut marks would be too obvious. Instead, he left the school, walked to the corner store, and bought a razor blade. When he returned, he slit open the cellophane and gently pulled a test book from its wrapping. Then he used a lighter to warm the razor, which he wedged under the adhesive sealing the booklet, and peeled back the tab.

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10 Ways to Keep Your Smelly Shoes Fresh as a Summer Breeze

A quick spritz inside your shoes of rubbing alcohol mixed with water will help kill the bacteria that causes odor. If your shoes are extra smelly, you can also rinse them with the mixture.

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Two Americans now reportedly infected with deadly Ebola virus in West Africa

N.C.-based doctor and a mother of two test positive for deadly and incurable disease; situation getting "more and more scary," official says

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52 Facebook results keep surging on mobile ad growth $FB
53 The Black Entrepreneur Trying to End Startup Racism Is Almost Out of Cash
54 See Colton Haynes in Full Costume as Arsenal in Arrow Season 3 - IGN
55 L.A.'s Skid Row Through the Eyes of Pimps, Prostitutes, Dealers and Dope Fiends (VIDEO)
56 Elon Musk Has A Radically Different Idea Of How Commercial Planes Should Take Off And Land
57 The difference between winning and succeeding
58 Access over 15,000 Marvel digital comics for 99 cents - CNET
59 Just How Small Is an Atom? - Jonathan Bergmann
60 The Majority Of Today’s App Businesses Are Not Sustainable | TechCrunch
61 Job Hunting? 200+ Jobs at Pandora, Foursquare and More
62 Apple Blatantly Ignored The Basic Rules Of Retail When Opening Stores
63 Here's Why 'The Internet Of Things' Will Be Huge, And Drive Tremendous Value For People And Businesses
64 How to Use the Infinite Number of Email Addresses Gmail Gives You
65 Matt Ridley on the five best ways to help poor countries
66 What’s Up With That: Why Does Sleeping In Just Make Me More Tired? | Science | WIRED
67 This Computerized Exoskeleton Could Help Millions of People Walk Again | Business | WIRED
68 20 Clever Baby Shower Gifts Way Cooler Than a Diaper Genie
69 LittleBits' latest module lets you connect your creations to the internet
70 Sony's Spider-Man Spinoff Sinister Six Gets a Release Date - IGN
71 10 Homemade Ways to Get Your Lip Gloss Poppin'
72 Six seconds 'can transform health'
73 New Sleep Gadget Tracks Pretty Much Everything In Your Bedroom
74 'Firefly' cast to reunite for online game - CNET
75 Joaquin Phoenix May Play Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange - IGN
76 Must Reads: The #Longreads You Missed This Week
77 SDCC 2014: Agent Locke Playable in Halo 5: Guardians - IGN
78 The mysterious workings of the adolescent brain
79 8 Ways Technology Makes You Stupid
80 An epic battle in streaming music is about to begin, and only a few will survive
81 How to Shoot, Edit & Publish Videos From Your Android Phone
82 Startups Are Finally Hacking Healthcare | TechCrunch
83 SDCC 2014: Final Fantasy's Tetsuya Nomura Redesigns Batman - IGN
84 Why Now Is A Good Time To Invest In Solar Manufacturing and Marketing In The U.S.
85 SDCC 2014: First Look at Vision from Avengers: Age of Ultron - IGN
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89 Hack a hat to remind you to reapply sunscreen - CNET
90 SDCC 2014: Game of Thrones' Arya Stark in Talks to Star in The Last of Us Movie - IGN
91 10 Iced Coffee Cocktails for the Ultimate Buzz
92 The Stagnating Job Market for Young Scientists
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96 10 DIY Ways to Never Use Shampoo Again
97 6 Nearly Living Architectural Designs That Fight Air Pollution
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99 The Most Important M’s In M-Commerce | TechCrunch
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