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Protect Your Online Privacy with a CyberGhost VPN Lifetime Subscription
With net neutrality gone for good and Facebook’s methods now plain to see, online privacy is under threat like never before. Most experts recommend you use a VPN to cover your tracks, and CyberGhost is one of the best providers around. You can currently get a lifetime subscription for $84. via Pocket
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Reporters are listening to audio of kids crying in border patrol facility, moments ahead of press briefing @ProPublica
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Elon Musk Is Creating His Own Reality - Motherboard
What planet does Elon Musk live on? Over the past month, the “real-life Iron Man” has, tweet-by-tweet, constructed a picture of reality that increasingly looks less like the world most of us interact with every day. via Pocket
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Follow-up: How to Build an Xcode Project that Builds for Both iOS and macOS | Time.code()
Since I talked about making multi-platform projects like it was no big deal in my blog yesterday, I figured I should at least back that up. macandiosbuilddemo (GitHub link) is an Xcode project that builds an iOS master-detail app and a macOS windowed app from the same code base. via Pocket
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1 hour ago by domingogallardo
Smarter Amazon: 5 New Sites and Extensions Every Online Shopper Needs
When you are shopping on Amazon, the impulse to buy with a single click can result in some bad deals. With the right websites and extensions, you can save yourself this hassle. And no, we don’t mean old ones like CamelCamelCamel. via Pocket
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LIVE NOW Watch Your Hack An extensive manual to protect yourself online , written with the help of six hackers & understandable by anyone. https://ift.tt/2MBllxs Share it with everybody, and let’s make the internet a safer place! via Pocket
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1 hour ago by aksie
Import AI #99: Using AI to generate phishing URLs, evidence for how AI is influencing the economy, and using curiosity for self-imitation learning. | Import AI
Auto-generating phishing URLs via AI components: Researchers with the Cyber Threat Analytics division of Cyxtera Technologies have written an analysis of how people might “use AI algorithms to bypass AI phishing detection systems” by creating their own system called DeepPhish. via Pocket
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1 hour ago by jolilius
Toshimaru Nakamura – Re-Verbed (No-Input Mixing Board 9) | Fluid Radio
A unique instrument pioneered by Tokyo’s Toshimaru Nakamura, The No-Input Mixing Board is a mixing console (and, in the capable hands of Nakamura, an electronic instrument) within which no external audio input exists. via Pocket
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1 hour ago by jolilius
Why Doing Nothing Is One of the Most Important Things to Do | Time
From the age of Enlightenment onward, philosophers, political leaders and moral authorities of many kinds have tried to convince us that work is one of the most important opportunities for freedom. via Pocket
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2 hours ago by wai2k
Facebook’s new AI research is a real eye-opener – TechCrunch
There are plenty of ways to manipulate photos to make you look better, remove red-eye or lens flare and so on. But so far the blink has proven a tenacious opponent of good snapshots. via Pocket
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Abolish ICE Now - Hit & Run : Reason.com
If there was ever an evil agency other than the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), it is surely ICE (Immigration and Custom Enforcement). via Pocket
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RxNot | Time.code()
BEST. DAY. EVER!!!!! The stealth message here was that there’d been a mass layoff, and as such, I’m no longer at MathElf. (Aside: which means, for the moment at least, I’m available for contract work: cadamson@subfurther.com). via Pocket
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Sessions' Decision Will Move Asylum Law Decades Backward - Rewire.News
Jun 12, 2018S. Nicole Lane Sessions’ decision undoes years of advancements in women’s rights. ”He doesn't make short shrift of it, he ignores it. He disappears it,” said one expert. via Pocket
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yesterday by rjp
A Better MVC, Part 1: The Problems | Dave DeLong
I recently ran across a great article by @radiantav called “Much ado about iOS architecture”. It addresses a topic that has been on my mind a lot. I gave a talk about it at the recent Swift by Northwest called “A Better MVC”. These blog posts attempt to capture the main points of my talk. via Pocket
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yesterday by rjp
You might be sharing private events on Google Calendar without realizing it - here's how to fix that
Everybody uses Google Calendar (well, most people), and it's a tool many of us probably rely on every day to manage our lives, our work, and all the things we'd forget if our phones didn't remind us to do them. via Pocket
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yesterday by keithprime
Hypergrowth and The Law of Startup Physics | First Round Review
Hypergrowth and The Law of Startup Physics The leadership at Coinbase, Lyft, Checkr and other high-flying startups are grateful that their coach, Khalid Halim, didn’t skip out on a class called Military Science as an undergrad at UCLA. What he thought was a throwaway course delivered one of his most valuable insights: via Pocket
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yesterday by jeremyday
Theorizing by black scholars differs from white Western academic standards but is no less valid (opinion)
Who teaches academics to theorize? The answer is less simple than it seems; our advisers are not our only instructors. Academics do pay homage to genealogies of theory through racially and gender-selective citations or the occasional acknowledgment section. via Pocket
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How We Nourished Each Other When the Fridge Was Empty | The On Being Project
The gray was around us. The sun was not yet present in the sky. The clouds of morning misted the world we lived in. My grandmother and mother moved quietly on the padded carpet of grass, still wet with dew. via Pocket
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Why We Should Teach Music History Backwards | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
Rock fans do their own investigative work to understand their favorite groups’ influences. So why can’t the rest of us get with the program? The problem with music history is it’s almost always presented in the wrong direction: forward, from the beginning of something to the end. via Pocket
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