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- Ask Sci-Fi Legend William Gibson Where the Heck He Thinks the World Is Going
- This Is Why There Are So Many Ties In Swimming
- But Seriously, These Meteorites Are Actually Flying People:
How many “UFO sightings” do you think are actually just lunatics wearing Red Bull-funded extreme sports equipment?
- Tim Berners-Lee and Solid Want to Protect Your Data | Digital Trends
- This is an incredible visualization of the world's shipping routes - Vox
- The Sirius building | The Saturday Paper:
The absurdity of the heritage minister talking about money and the finance minister taking a stance on aesthetics makes it seem like these two bananas are playing a rather lame game of good vandal/bad vandal.
- Putting a computer in your brain is no longer science fiction - The Washington Post:
He says the goal is to build a product that is widely affordable, but acknowledges there are challenges. He points out that many scientific discoveries and inventions — even the printing press — started out for a privileged group but ended up providing massive benefits to humanity. The primary benefits of Kernel, he says, will be for the sick, for the millions of people who have lost their memories because of brain disorders. Even a small improvement in memory — a person with dementia might be able to remember the location of the bathroom in their home, for example — can help people maintain their dignity and enjoy a greater quality of life.
- 'Racists aren't welcome here!': how we kicked a racist passenger off the bus | Andrea Myles | Opinion | The Guardian. We need more of this response, until we get less of the original problem.
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