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When you're not using your phone, it doesn't make much sense that it would be wasting power by maintaining an internet connection for the inside of your pocket or purse. Well, perhaps you need a little bit of intermittent data here and there so that apps can update themselves in the background and...

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Lucid Lorax
Lucid LoraxLucid Lorax
Science, pollution, climate, science

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Surely you've heard of the wildly-popular custom ROM CyanogenMod, right? As the longest-tenured third-party firmware for Android devices, CM has been able to maintain its popularity by supporting a wide array of devices and offering many customization options. One such customization option is its...

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Facts In Your Face
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Republic of Math
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WarHistoryOnline
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History

A teen becomes the accepting end of backlash on the internet for taking an Auschwitz selfie – a smiling photo of her with the notorious Nazi concentration camp in her background. Breanna Mitchell took the Auschwitz selfie while on a tour in the said concentration camp used by the Nazis and...

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WonderHowTo
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HowtosDIY

It can be argued that selfies are the worst thing to come out of our generation. It can also be argued that they're the greatest function to come from our modern digital world. But if we're being totally honest with ourselves, we all take way too many, they're all basically the same, and no one...

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HowtosDIY

Maybe you’ve built your own drawing robot, but I doubt it comes with a geometric pun like the Isoscelease pen plotter device. As the name would imply, this robo-plotter uses a constantly varying isosceles triangle that is able to angularly expand and contract as well as move as a unit [] Read...

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Sean Carroll
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WonderHowTo
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I honestly believe that everyone on earth owns the same blue cooler—you know the one. Cooler technology hasn't changed since the '50s, and frankly, it's time to mix things up, with a built-in blender perhaps? With the Coolest Cooler, it's actually possible! The Coolest Cooler does way more than...

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LiveScience
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Science

We are inclined to think that trees are a renewable natural resource. Yet precious hardwood trees have already been almost completely logged out from many countries across the tropics...

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We tend to assume that eating is mostly a physical act, but the mind has so much to do with the choices we make. We've already shown you how clenching your fist can lead to better food choices and how you can trick yourself into choosing better meals at restaurants. Now by simply rearranging your...

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BigThink
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What's the Latest? Men and women respond differently to arguments, according to a 2003 paper published in the journal Personal Relationships. What the study found is that across 62 cultures from all over the globe, men reported higher levels of "attachment avoidance," meaning they were more...

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SAThabit Geometry
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Republic of Math
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HowtosDIY

There is nothing as satisfying as a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. It may take a couple minutes longer, but the taste is worth the effort and the wait. Try it out: Make some and see if you want to go back to drinking bottled juice again! Steps Squeezing Orange Juice by Hand Soften the...

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M.E. Lola Seiss
M.E. Lola SeissM.E. Lola Seiss
Science, medical

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TheAtlantic
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Education

When a 36-year-old bibliophile in Daegu, South Korea, sat down at his computer and googled the word “library,” he didn’t expect to find anything particularly noteworthy. But as DooSun You scrolled through the results, an appealingly anti-tech concept popped up. The Internet led him to Little...

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NYTimes
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Education

The City of New York pays for about 12,000 special-needs students per year to receive private school educations. Parents contend that the city fights too many of these requests, delaying important services to students in the process...

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WarHistoryOnline
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History

A demining team carefully removed a pile of rusty explosives – each one still able to kill or maim – from a quiet ploughed field where fierce fighting once raged in the Vietnam War. Shortly after the lethal mortars and grenade launcher rounds were taken away, an anxious farmer in […] The...

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Redneck Journal
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Education, RichardRiley, UFT

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BusinessStrategy
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BusinessEconomics

Soon Skype will be able to translate your conversation instantly between people speaking different languages. This will have a huge impact on business. Continue reading &#8594...

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Facts In Your Face
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