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Inside Tesla's Secret Second Floor | WIRED
While working at Tesla, I always enjoyed talking to people after they finished a factory tour. As much as they raved about the amazing automation, gigantic presses, and hundreds of robots, the reality was they only saw half of the actual manufacturing that was taking place in the building.
17 hours ago by iRunningguy
Hard Up in New York | The New Yorker
My girlfriend, V, and I were finishing college, with a summer to burn before the next thing, and New York beckoned.
17 hours ago by iRunningguy
Discover The Forest
Result data provided by NatureFind. To make an addition or suggest a correction, please contact NatureFind. As a part of the federal government’s Every Kid in a Park initiative, the U.S.
19 hours ago by kenyob
まことぴ on Twitter: "「東大出身の研究者たちが日銀の黒田総裁の表情をAIで解析して、経済政策予想に応用」という記事を読んで、「日銀総裁たるものそんな簡単に読み取れるような表情は
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19 hours ago by neotag
You Have To Find Your ‘There’ | Thought Catalog
A few years ago, I was asked to work on a book project for a blogger and internet entrepreneur in the finance space. This was a person with an enormous list and a very successful business.
21 hours ago by RobertHjames
1997: Birth of the Camera Phone on Vimeo
On June 11th, 1997, Philippe Kahn created the first camera phone solution to share pictures instantly on public networks. The impetus for this invention was the birth of Kahn's daughter, when he jerry-rigged a mobile phone with a digital camera and sent photos in real time. In 2016 Time Magazine inc
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22 hours ago by kenyob
Burnout in the Field – MSF Passport – Medium
Emily is a Doctors Without Borders project coordinator who recently returned from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. I felt strange when I got back from DRC.
23 hours ago by iRunningguy
Face-o-Matic data show Trump dominates – Fox focuses on Pelosi; MSNBC features McConnell | Internet Archive Blogs
Face-o-Matic is an experimental service, developed in collaboration with the start-up Matroid, that tracks the faces of selected high level elected officials on major TV cable news channels
datamining  video  archive  politics 
yesterday by miaridge
How I Socially Engineer Myself Into High Security Facilities - Motherboard
Sophie is a physical penetration tester and information security consultant. She specializes in social engineering security assessments including physical, voice (vishing) and text (phishing).
yesterday by fraz87
302 Found
Once upon a time, we had products that were colorful, in shapes that were quirky, whimsical, and expressive. Interesting! And then, almost every tech product became white, silver, gray, black, flat, square, round, and minimalist. Boring. But there are hints that this is changing.
yesterday by fraz87
The Seductive Currents of Electricity Pylons
In 1,000 historic photographs of electricity pylons shared by the Science Museum in London, a complex symbol of human progress rises above the landscape.
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yesterday by stacker
Taking Your iTunes Library to Android - The New York Times
Q. Is it possible to move or play my iTunes songs on an Android phone? I thought iTunes locked you into an Apple device, but maybe there are ways to do it? A.
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yesterday by odelano
Meet the People Who Will Defend Google, Facebook and Twitter Before Lawmakers - The New York Times
Facebook, Google and Twitter have a lot at stake when they show up in Washington on Nov. 1 to testify at congressional hearings about the role their technologies played in Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential elections.
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yesterday by odelano
Inside Amazon, Diversity Concerns Flare Up After Harassment Accusations - The New York Times
The email is the first broad internal communication by Amazon since Roy Price, who oversaw Amazon Studios, left the company this week after details of the accusations became public.
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yesterday by odelano
36 Tips Every Evernote User Must Know |
You've probably heard of Evernote. Some call it a note-taking service, or an organization tool, or an archiving platform, but none of those terms are enough to convey just how much you can do with it.
yesterday by Javaking
Cunctarum Haeresum Interemptrix: The "disobedience" of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre
Good and devout men of sincere faith and piety can and do disagree about the course of action selected by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.
yesterday by pfhawkins

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