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  • Telling You the Answer Isn't the Answer

    Which one is right? Dr. Allain, can't you just tell us the answer? ... What if you went to the gym to work out but you didn't get sweaty and you weren't sore or tired? Read article

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    Oct 19st, 2013
  • Dave Eggers' The Circle: What the Internet Looks Like if You Don't ...

    Or in a more Orwellian turn: “SECRETS ARE LIES , SHARING IS CARING, ... how technology works; it's that he also doesn't seem to realize how people work, ... characters had been allowed to see things in anything other than black and white. Read article

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    Oct 12st, 2013
  • The Ultimate Bitcoin Question: Can the Feds Spend $3.3M in Seized ...

    ... from the personal account of the man who allegedly ran the online drug bazaar? ... Because of government scrutiny, Mt. Gox is having trouble getting U.S. ... Read article

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    Oct 8st, 2013
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    Wired.com is reporting that the state of California has abruptly tabled legislation that might have allowed RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) chips to Read article

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    thehulltruth.com Do you know where your chicken is from? China? - The Hull Truth - Boating and Fishing Forum

    Http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/20...-chicken-usda/ USDA: Chicken Processed in China Can be Sold in the US Without Labels to Say So BY MARYN Read article

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    That recognition of this broader media identity is central to any discussion of Wired the magazine is dramatized by the fact that as of this writing the URL http://www.wired.com deflects visitors from the site of the magazine proper to the aforementioned WiredNews - which only then offers a subor... Read article

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    chrismosby.com DC Announces Choose-Your-Own-Path Digital Comics | Underwire | Wired.com | Chris Mosby's Blog

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    Here is a review of the 2013 Zero DS by Wired.com: http://www.wired.com/reviews/2013/04/zero-ds/ Thread: 2013 Zero DS review by Wired.com 2013 Zero DS review by Wired.com Read article

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    theguardian.com Megas Digital Innovation awards 2012: Categories | Megas | theguardian.com

    Young innovator of the year sponsored by Wired Who has made the most impact on technology innovation in the last year? We're looking for a tech master who is respected and revered by their peers, and who is behind innovations that are, or have the… Read article

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    catalogtree.net Catalogtree 4.0

    WIRED / DDoS attack CATALOGTREE / implicit none, logical DONE. Unjustified hypertext by Dutch graphic design studio based in Arnhem, The Netherlands. Read article

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    ora-blogs.com Idle Diffractions: Introduction

    In initiating this blog, I am angling to engage, over time, people who are particularly interested in optical design and more specifically the history of optics and optical design. Along the way, I will scatter in interesting things that I come across through conferences and conventions and in r... Read article

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    ewanspence.com You do have something to hide, you just don’t know it : All New Musings

    Over on Wired, Moxie Marlinspike addresses the cliched question of 'nothing to hide, nothing to fear' when discussing security issues. It might be focused on America, but the principles still stand, and the view is especially relevant in the current ... Read article

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    longtail.com The Long Tail - Wired Blogs

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    niso.org NISO Standards Bearer Blog » Blog Archive » The free Ebook “bestsellers”

    Chris Anderson , editor of Wired Magazine and author of the Long Tail, described how free works at the dawn the internet age in his book “Free ”. I should note that I was one who took advantage of Anderson’s business model and read “Free” at no cost on my Kindle . What publishers are doing is a... Read article

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    warincontext.org New documents reveal how a 1980s nuclear war scare became a full-blown crisis — War in Context

    Wired: During 10 days in November 1983, the United States and the Soviet Union nearly started a nuclear war. Newly declassified documents from the CIA, NSA, KGB, and senior officials in both countries reveal just how close we came to Read article

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    blog.printfection.com June | 2012 | Printfection

    Madison, Rachel, and the rest of the team If you’re serious about your business don’t put culture in the corner What kind of impact does working virtually have on company culture? Spread the Word Spread the Word Spread the Word Spread the Word Spread the Word Spread the Word Spread the Word Sprea... Read article

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    leader-values.com 50 New Rules of Work – Robin Sharma « mick's leadership blog

    Book news Mick addresses the leadership implications of Big Data, and suggests its value can best be realised by enterprises fully embracing customer centricity and creating strong networks of innovation. He then shows how the 4Es leadership framework can enable organisational change to capitalis... Read article

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