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Epic CEO on 250 million Fortnite players, digital humans, and $100 million dev fund | VentureBeat   By: (2019-03-20T17:25:33+00:00)
Tim Sweeney and Kim Libreri of Epic Games talked to GamesBeat's Dean Takahashi about the company's GDC 2019 announcements.
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security is always a cat and mouse game.
How Hackers and Scammers Break into iCloud-Locked iPhones - Motherboard   By: ()
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"On an individual basis... data is useless, and worthless. But ...the value of your data combined with everyone else’s is immeasurable.
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As Facebook turns 15, the social network and other companies don’t need your personal information — or your permission — to determine exactly who you are and what you’ll do next.
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Posted by salman on 3/13/2019, 5:30:34 AM
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A Detailed Map of Medieval Trade Routes in Europe, Asia, and Africa   By: ()
Grad student Martin Jan Månsson has created this incredibly detailed map of trade route networks in Europe, Asia, an
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petition: Conservationists face capital punishment in Iran   By: ()
Release them now! (132053 signatures on petition)
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The World’s Oldest Blockchain Has Been Hiding in the New York Times Since 1995 - Motherboard   By: Daniel Oberhaus (2018-08-27T20:19:09Z)
This really gives a new meaning to the “paper of record."
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Posted by salman on 8/26/2018, 2:15:00 PM
When Cary Welch was a young man, he spent much time in the Islamic and Asian wings of museums. As he recounted many years later, this was not necessarily because he was more attracted to that type of art, but because fewer people visited those sections, and so he could immerse himself in the beauty of the art, unencumbered by the hordes who hurriedly bustled in and out of the well-trodden sections of the museum. He could sit there at peace, contemplating these masterpieces, sometimes soaking in the intricacies of a minor detail, and at times, pondering the spirit of the composition as a whole.
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Opinion | The Strange Failure of the Educated Elite - The New York Times   By: https://www.nytimes.com/by/david-brooks (2018-05-28T23:07:40.000Z)
The flaw in boomer leadership.
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