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Bangor Daily News
‘Stargazing’ a popular sport in old BangorThe Bangor area was a great place for celebrity watching a century ago. From Ho
‘Stargazing’ a popular sport in old Bangor
Bangor Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
The Bangor area was a great place for celebrity watching a century ago. From Hollywood heart throbs to powerful millionaires to famous babies, one could expect to see them in person or at least read about them in the local news. Throw Bar Harbor into... Read more
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CNET
In this fake city, cars learn to talk to each otherANN ARBOR, Michigan -- A total of 122,000 miles of roads link Michigan's fertil
In this fake city, cars learn to talk to each other
CNET / Posted 5 days ago
ANN ARBOR, Michigan -- A total of 122,000 miles of roads link Michigan's fertile central farmlands to its northern wilderness and its southeastern industrial core. But this month, the addition of 4.2 more miles helps link that road system to the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kenya Is Exporting Innovation On Its Way to Becoming a 'Silicon Savannah'Kenya now may well be on its way to becoming a "silicon savannah," a hub of exc
Kenya Is Exporting Innovation On Its Way to Becoming a 'Silicon Savannah'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
Kenya now may well be on its way to becoming a "silicon savannah," a hub of excellence and innovation in technology. Such an accomplishment would represent an enormous contribution to the rest of the world. Kenya, along with a small group of... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Elevator Pitch: WhosOnLocationElevator Pitch is a regular feature on Lifehacker where we profile startups and
Elevator Pitch: WhosOnLocation
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 8 days ago
Elevator Pitch is a regular feature on Lifehacker where we profile startups and new companies and pick their brains for entrepreneurial advice. This week, we’re talking with Victoria Armstrong from WhosOnLocation. In 128 words or less, explain your... Read more
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PhysOrg
Smaller, faster, cheaper: A new type of modulator for the future of data transmissionA colorized electron microscope image of a micro-modulator made of gold. In the
Smaller, faster, cheaper: A new type of modulator for the future of data transmission
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
A colorized electron microscope image of a micro-modulator made of gold. In the slit in the center of the picture light is converted into plasmon polaritons, modulated and then re-converted into light pulses. Credit: Haffner et al. Nature Photonics... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Exporting Innovation to the WorldNairobi — Kenya now may well be on its way to becoming a “silicon savannah,” a
Exporting Innovation to the World
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
Nairobi — Kenya now may well be on its way to becoming a “silicon savannah,” a hub of excellence and innovation in technology. Such an accomplishment would represent an enormous contribution to the rest of the world. For all the progress in reducing... Read more
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The Morning Call
Chubby Checker says his music, movements put a permanent Twist on popular cultureRock 'n' roll icon Chubby Checker is on the phone from a tour stop near Bingham
Chubby Checker says his music, movements put a permanent Twist on popular culture
The Morning Call / Posted 12 days ago
Rock 'n' roll icon Chubby Checker is on the phone from a tour stop near Binghamton, N.Y., trying to explain the impact his 1960 hit "The Twist" and the dance it spawned had on the music industry. " 'The Twist' is a lot like the electric light," says... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Why You Should Get A Flip Phone In 2015So, you want to break your iPhone addiction, but you still need to be in touch
Why You Should Get A Flip Phone In 2015
The Huffington Post / Posted 13 days ago
So, you want to break your iPhone addiction, but you still need to be in touch at work or with family. What do you do? Apparently, you get a flip phone. They’re cheap, hard to break and provide very few distractions compared to the carnival circus... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
FCC set to approve AT&T's purchase of DirecTVThe Federal Communications Commission is poised to approve AT&T's purchase of s
FCC set to approve AT&T's purchase of DirecTV
Chicago Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
The Federal Communications Commission is poised to approve AT&T's purchase of satellite service DirecTV, a $49-billion deal that would transform the phone giant into the nation's largest pay-television operator. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler on Tuesday... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
FCC set to approve AT&T's purchase of DirecTVThe Federal Communications Commission is poised to approve AT&T's purchase of s
FCC set to approve AT&T's purchase of DirecTV
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
The Federal Communications Commission is poised to approve AT&T's purchase of satellite service DirecTV, a $49-billion deal that would transform the phone giant into the nation's largest pay-television operator. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler on Tuesday... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Regulators set to approve AT&T's purchase of DirecTVFederal regulators are close to approving AT&T's purchase of satellite service
Regulators set to approve AT&T's purchase of DirecTV
Los Angeles Times / Posted 14 days ago
Federal regulators are close to approving AT&T's purchase of satellite service DirecTV in a $49-billion deal that would transform the phone giant into the nation's largest pay-TV operator. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler on... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Hopes for kids with dyslexiaFriends of dyslexic children at one the primary schools in Sarawak. PUBLIC sim
Hopes for kids with dyslexia
The Borneo Post / Posted 17 days ago
Friends of dyslexic children at one the primary schools in Sarawak. PUBLIC simplified social understanding has been that dyslexic children have a problem that causes them to switch letters around in their heads when they attempt to read, and as... Read more
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The Daily & Sunday Review
Glancing - Glancing BackwardToday is Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days left in t
Glancing - Glancing Backward
The Daily & Sunday Review / Posted 19 days ago
Today is Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days left in the year. Today's Highlights in History: On July 16, 1945, the United States exploded its first experimental atomic bomb in the desert of Alamogordo, New Mexico. The same... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Don't Waste Your Money: Some landline users forced to switch to fiberMillions of people have cut the cord, dropping their phone landline for cell ph
Don't Waste Your Money: Some landline users forced to switch to fiber
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 20 days ago
Millions of people have cut the cord, dropping their phone landline for cell phones, cable, or fiber. But now, people in some communities are learning they will soon have to cut the cord as well, even if they don't want to. 120 Years of... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
This day in history, July 16, 2015Today is Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days left in t
This day in history, July 16, 2015
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
Today is Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days left in the year. Today's Highlights in History: On July 16, 1945, the United States exploded its first experimental atomic bomb in the desert of Alamogordo, N.M. The same day,... Read more
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KWTX-TV Waco
Good Morning!Good morning, it’s Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days
Good Morning!
KWTX-TV Waco / Posted 20 days ago
Good morning, it’s Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days left in the year. We’ll start the day in the mid-70s and we’re expecting highs this afternoon in the mid-90s under a sunny sky before temperatures fall back into the... Read more
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Cadillac News
CadillacNews.comToday is Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days left in t
CadillacNews.com
Cadillac News / Posted 20 days ago
Today is Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days left in the year. Urnal Smith, 12 years old, was very seriously injured while diving from the edge of the canal. After making a backyard dive, the boy came up and hit the top of... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
AlmanacToday is Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days left in t
Almanac
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 20 days ago
Today is Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days left in the year. Today's Highlights in History: On July 16, 1945, the United States exploded its first experimental atomic bomb in the desert of Alamogordo, New Mexico. The same... Read more
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KSHB-TV Kansas City
Some landline users forced to switch to fiberMillions of people have cut the cord, dropping their phone landline for cellpho
Some landline users forced to switch to fiber
KSHB-TV Kansas City / Posted 20 days ago
Millions of people have cut the cord, dropping their phone landline for cellphones, cable, or fiber. But now, people in some communities are learning they will soon have to cut the cord as well, even if they don't want to. 120 Years of... Read more
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CIO
9 things you didn't know about Google's undersea cableUndersea cables carry virtually all transoceanic Internet data these days, repl
9 things you didn't know about Google's undersea cable
CIO / Posted 20 days ago
Undersea cables carry virtually all transoceanic Internet data these days, replacing satellites as the preferred medium. Google and some telecom companies invested in one of them, called FASTER, that will stretch 9,000 kilometers between the U.S. and... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
The Great OneA dramatic journey to the 1920s promises to be a summer sizzler when local amat
The Great One
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 20 days ago
A dramatic journey to the 1920s promises to be a summer sizzler when local amateur actors present The Great Gatsby - the second production of this year's Bell Summer Theatre Festival. The classic story by American writer F. Scott Fitzgerald is the... Read more
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Western Advocate
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who c
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
Western Advocate / Posted 21 days ago
ORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest. A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who c
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
Kiama Independent / Posted 21 days ago
ORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest. A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the... Read more
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Manning River Times
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who c
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
Manning River Times / Posted 21 days ago
ORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest. A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who c
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 21 days ago
ORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest. A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the... Read more
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The North West Star
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who c
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
The North West Star / Posted 21 days ago
ORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest. A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who c
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
Daily Liberal / Posted 21 days ago
ORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest. A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the... Read more
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The Border Mail
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who c
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
The Border Mail / Posted 21 days ago
ORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest. A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who c
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 21 days ago
ORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest. A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the... Read more
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The Courier
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who c
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
The Courier / Posted 21 days ago
ORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest. A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who c
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 21 days ago
ORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest. A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the... Read more
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The Young Witness
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who c
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
The Young Witness / Posted 21 days ago
ORANGE: George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero.. the man who could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest. A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the... Read more
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Western Advocate
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount EverestGeorge Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero A LIFE LIVED IN THE CL
How an Orange man could have been the first to conquer Mount Everest
Western Advocate / Posted 21 days ago
George Ingle Finch may be Orange's most unheralded hero A LIFE LIVED IN THE CLOUDS: George Ingle Finch, the Orange-born man who for 31 years climbed as high as any man in the world. EYES up or down. Always up or down. Drawn up to the summit of... Read more
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PC Advisor
9 things you didn't know about Google's undersea cableUndersea cables carry virtually all transoceanic Internet data these days, repl
9 things you didn't know about Google's undersea cable
PC Advisor / Posted 22 days ago
Undersea cables carry virtually all transoceanic Internet data these days, replacing satellites as the preferred medium. Google and some telecom companies invested in one of them, called FASTER, that will stretch 9,000 kilometers between the U.S. and... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Whither fun TV?Melissa Hank's reference to the new Anne of Green Gables television movie in he
Whither fun TV?
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 23 days ago
Melissa Hank's reference to the new Anne of Green Gables television movie in her article "An antidote for TV's bloodlust" (July 8), reminded me of Sullivan Entertainment, which made a career of family entertainment in general and Anne of Green Gables... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
'Terrific turnout' for villagesThe Brantford International Villages Festival sold out its passports. All 16 v
'Terrific turnout' for villages
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 23 days ago
The Brantford International Villages Festival sold out its passports. All 16 villages ran out of passports before the final Saturday evening performance of the 42nd annual celebration of food, drink, entertainment and culture of a host of different... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Applaud ‘thinking outside the box’Saturday morning I read with interest The Review's lead story about the pedicab
Applaud ‘thinking outside the box’
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 24 days ago
Saturday morning I read with interest The Review's lead story about the pedicab business venture police Officer Kelsey Hedrick is starting in East Liverpool. While his enthusiasm and entrepreneurial spirit is duly noted, I truly admire his... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Mabel longs for reunion with Alec in new homeIn our world of electronic and digital communications, one wonders what evidenc
Mabel longs for reunion with Alec in new home
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 25 days ago
In our world of electronic and digital communications, one wonders what evidence of our day-to-day lives will exist for our descendants in the next century. Modern technology has given us the ability to be in almost constant touch with one another.... Read more
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Basehor Sentinel
Death knell is sounding for the phone bookThe past 100 years has resulted in a variety of once-necessary items joining th
Death knell is sounding for the phone book
Basehor Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
The past 100 years has resulted in a variety of once-necessary items joining the dinosaurs and dodo birds in becoming extinct. We no longer see washboards or butter churns in homes. Automobiles now don’t have running boards, rumble seats or crank... Read more
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People Magazine
World's Oldest Man Dies in Japan at Age 112 The world's oldest man, Sakari Momoi – who was born before the Wright brother
World's Oldest Man Dies in Japan at Age 112
People Magazine / Posted 28 days ago
The world's oldest man, Sakari Momoi – who was born before the Wright brothers made their first powered flight, and before Henry Ford produced his first car – died on Sunday in Tokyo. He was 112. The... Read more
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