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News - Now Available on Steam - Bladed Fury
An action game set in the Ancient China, bringing players addictive experiences with its unique Chinese traditional art-style and sound design. Look for the deals each day on the front page of Steam. Or follow us on twitter or Facebook for instant notifications wherever you are! via Pocket
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19 hours ago by dcolanduno
More Spontaneity School: Another 10 Improv Games to Enliven the Classroom or Workplace - Anima Learning
 Want to learn the kind of presence and activities described here? Join us for a residential retreat! Monster Baby: Live! June 9-14, Mere Point, ME Or subscribe to the new Monster Baby podcast by clicking here! The fall of 2014 marked the first Labor Day in twelve years that I hadn via Pocket
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19 hours ago by jerrythepunkrat
Trump Broke the World Order, But America Can Fix It.
The United States began as a radical experiment with grandiose ambitions. Its founders believed in Locke’s idea that free individuals could escape the perils of anarchy by joining together and cooperating for mutual benefit—and they created a country to show it wasn’t just talk. via Pocket
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19 hours ago by Werderbach
The struggle is real... via Pocket
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19 hours ago by williamli
Welcome | KubeDB
From here you can learn all about KubeDB’s architecture and how to deploy and use KubeDB. We’re always looking for help improving our documentation, so please don’t hesitate to file an issue if you see some problem. Or better yet, submit your own contributions to help make our docs better. via Pocket
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19 hours ago by igorette
“Men for Others, My Ass”: After Kavanaugh, Inside Georgetown Prep’s Culture of Omertà | Vanity Fair
It’s late October, homecoming weekend for Georgetown Prep, class of ’83, the one that Brett Kavanaugh made famous, featuring P.J., Squi, Timmy, Tom, Tobin, Mark Judge, et al. Earlier today, the Hoyas football team gave Kavanaugh, sporting a bright-red baseball hat, a hero’s welcome. via Pocket
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19 hours ago by drewcaldwell
Glitz, Glamour, Drama: 14 Books on High Society to Read Right Now
Ever wonder what it would be like to have such an enormous amount of wealth that there would be no need to worry about, well, anything? Have you thought about what you would do with your spare time if you had a fortune off of which you could live, or what you would spend your money on? We’ve all via Pocket
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20 hours ago by Werderbach
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mtr767 has just created an awesome short video with original sound - mtr767 via Pocket
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20 hours ago by scottpierce
Surround Yourself with People Who Hold You to a Higher Standard than You Hold Yourself | Benjamin Hardy
Surround Yourself with People Who Hold You to a Higher Standard than You Hold Yourself: There’s some interesting research in social psychology explaining how most people form their peer groups. Especially as children and adolescence — but often as adults — people select their friends based on proximity more than anything else. via Pocket, added at:December 17, 2018 at 09:49PM
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20 hours ago by LordEnzo
Why report injustice when being justly treated is unimaginable? | Aeon Ideas
As decades-old sexual assault allegations increase, so does the question: why didn’t women report it sooner? Shame, fear of reprisals and the unfortunately common belief that they are responsible for provoking the offender are just a few of the many reasons why women choose not to report a threat, via Pocket
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20 hours ago by drewcaldwell
Bloomberg - Are you a robot?
Last Thursday, Robinhood Financial LLC announced a new product called “Robinhood Checking & Savings,” which would allow anyone to open a deposit account with no-fee ATM access, a debit card, insurance from the Securities Investor Protection Corp. and a 3 percent interest rate.
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21 hours ago by brokenrhino
How Lawson Craddock Finished the Tour de France with a Shattered Shoulder | GQ
I've been watching the Tour since I was 8, and I swear, every single year, in the feed zone, someone crashes and breaks something. So heading into the feed zone on that first day, I was quite nervous. I made sure I was in good position. And then I hit a water bottle, and it shot me off the road. via Pocket
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21 hours ago by drewcaldwell
The EVM Is Fundamentally Unsafe – – Medium
An in-depth examination of the Ethereum Virtual Machine vs. Kadena’s Pact smart contract language
22 hours ago by nildram
made a wreath using a 10-foot braid that i realized was just 2018 via Pocket
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22 hours ago by sextopus
It's Nice That | Google Design's best of 2018
Over the past 12 months, Google has been delving deep into the fascinating world of machine learning with articles on Google Design, plus new open-source projects and products. With AI becoming an increasingly prevalent part of the creative world, this should come as no surprise. via Pocket
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22 hours ago by scottpierce
The Yoda of Silicon Valley - The New York Times
For half a century, the Stanford computer scientist Donald Knuth, who bears a slight resemblance to Yoda — albeit standing 6-foot-4 and wearing glasses — has reigned as the spirit-guide of the algorithmic realm. via Pocket
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22 hours ago by bschlagel
Google’s AI Guru Wants Computers to Think More Like Brains | WIRED
In the early 1970s, a British grad student named Geoff Hinton began to make simple mathematical models of how neurons in the human brain visually understand the world. Artificial neural networks, as they are called, remained an impractical technology for decades. via Pocket
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