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PhysOrg
Customizing 3-D printingA new Web-based interface for design novices allows a wide range of modificatio
Customizing 3-D printing
PhysOrg / Posted 18 hours ago
A new Web-based interface for design novices allows a wide range of modifications to a basic design — such as a toy car or a black-and-white "yin-yang" cup — that are guaranteed to be both structurally stable and printable on a 3-D printer. The... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Netanyahu threatens to target young Palestinian stone-throwers Netanyahu said his policy was one of zero tolerance towards stone-throwing an
Netanyahu threatens to target young Palestinian stone-throwers
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
Netanyahu said his policy was one of zero tolerance towards stone-throwing and zero tolerance towards terror. FILE: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a speech during... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
To live with the Iranian threatWhen I was 5 years old, my mom picked me up from kindergarten and brought me ba
To live with the Iranian threat
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 7 days ago
When I was 5 years old, my mom picked me up from kindergarten and brought me back to our house in North Tel Aviv. I asked her a question that seemed so normal: “Mom, at what age do people go to the military?” “At the age of 18,” she answered. “And... Read more
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Denver Post
WeWork leases more office space, this time in Central Platte ValleyWeWork has signed a lease for roughly 50,000 square feet in The Lab, a 78,640-s
WeWork leases more office space, this time in Central Platte Valley
Denver Post / Posted 13 days ago
WeWork has signed a lease for roughly 50,000 square feet in The Lab, a 78,640-square-foot, four-story office building behind Denver Beer Co. at 2420 17th St., property owner Soma Capital Partners announced Friday. It's the second major WeWork lease... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Solar-power firms waiting for Israel to illuminate plansIsrael set a goal in October of installing 340 megawatts of solar power. Develo
Solar-power firms waiting for Israel to illuminate plans
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
Israel set a goal in October of installing 340 megawatts of solar power. Developers are still waiting for the government to provide the details they need to move forward. "Development has been a hard grind," said Jon Cohen, chief executive officer... Read more
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The Atlantic
What If Barack and Bibi Are Both Right on Iran?Robert Hunter, a former ambassador and longtime foreign-policy eminence, has wr
What If Barack and Bibi Are Both Right on Iran?
The Atlantic / Posted 21 days ago
Robert Hunter, a former ambassador and longtime foreign-policy eminence, has written that the Iran debate has reached the familiar “cairn-building” stage. That’s the stage in which each side adds a new rock—of argument, endorsement, rebuttal—to the... Read more
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San Jose Mercury News
At Silicon Valley Bank, risky tech startups are lucrative businessFew banks are as close to the industries they serve as Silicon Valley Bank is t
At Silicon Valley Bank, risky tech startups are lucrative business
San Jose Mercury News / Posted 21 days ago
Few banks are as close to the industries they serve as Silicon Valley Bank is to the technology world. An industry mainstay since the 1980s, the bank veers far from the course of conventional financial institutions. Part lender, part consultant,... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
At Silicon Valley Bank, risky tech startups are lucrative businessFew banks are as close to the industries they serve as Silicon Valley Bank is t
At Silicon Valley Bank, risky tech startups are lucrative business
The Fremont Argus / Posted 22 days ago
Few banks are as close to the industries they serve as Silicon Valley Bank is to the technology world. An industry mainstay since the 1980s, the bank veers far from the course of conventional financial institutions. Part lender, part consultant,... Read more
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Silicon Valley
At Silicon Valley Bank, risky tech startups are lucrative businessFew banks are as close to the industries they serve as Silicon Valley Bank is t
At Silicon Valley Bank, risky tech startups are lucrative business
Silicon Valley / Posted 22 days ago
Few banks are as close to the industries they serve as Silicon Valley Bank is to the technology world. An industry mainstay since the 1980s, the bank veers far from the course of conventional financial institutions. Part lender, part consultant,... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Tel Aviv cheers new subway, bemoans its constructionLight rail construction taking place at the intersection of Allenby and Yehuda
Tel Aviv cheers new subway, bemoans its construction
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 22 days ago
Light rail construction taking place at the intersection of Allenby and Yehuda Halevi streets in Tel Aviv, Aug. 4, 2015. Photo by Miriam Alster/Flash90 In 2011, when Los Angeles shut down a stretch of one of its busiest highways for a weekend of... Read more
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JTA
Tel Aviv cheers new subway, bemoans its constructionLight rail construction taking place at the intersection of Allenby and Yehuda
Tel Aviv cheers new subway, bemoans its construction
JTA / Posted 23 days ago
Light rail construction taking place at the intersection of Allenby and Yehuda Halevi streets in Tel Aviv, Aug. 4, 2015. (Miriam Alster/Flash90) In 2011, when Los Angeles shut down a stretch of one of its busiest highways for a weekend of repairs,... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Remembering the massacre at Jo Goldenberg’s deliThe aftermath of the attack on Jo Goldenberg's Deli. All photos by Steve North
Remembering the massacre at Jo Goldenberg’s deli
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 25 days ago
The aftermath of the attack on Jo Goldenberg's Deli. All photos by Steve North It was my first visit to Paris, and I was both excited and relieved. I arrived in the French capital on a warm summer’s day after a tense month in Israel. My mother’s... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
At Silicon Valley Bank, risky tech start-ups are lucrative businessFew banks are as close to the industries they serve as Silicon Valley Bank is t
At Silicon Valley Bank, risky tech start-ups are lucrative business
Los Angeles Times / Posted 26 days ago
Few banks are as close to the industries they serve as Silicon Valley Bank is to the technology world. An industry mainstay since the 1980s, the bank veers far from the course of conventional financial institutions. Part lender, part consultant,... Read more
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Slate
Israel Has Resisted Solar Energy for Decades. Is That Finally Changing?A Closer Look at the New Energy Economy Israeli Solar Warms UpThe country has
Israel Has Resisted Solar Energy for Decades. Is That Finally Changing?
Slate / Posted 27 days ago
A Closer Look at the New Energy Economy Israeli Solar Warms UpThe country has embraced technological innovation—except in renewable energy. Is that finally changing? In late July, workers flipped the switch on a large-scale solar field—a... Read more
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The Visayan Daily Star
Overview with Gywnne DyerReuven Rivlin, the president of Israel, is an outspoken man, but he knows when
Overview with Gywnne Dyer
The Visayan Daily Star / Posted 30 days ago
Reuven Rivlin, the president of Israel, is an outspoken man, but he knows when to hold his fire. He condemned the killing of an 18-month-old Palestinian child in an arson attack in the West Bank by suspected Jewish settlers last Friday as... Read more
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The Brown Daily Herald
'Old man' Hanegby '07 gets his drive, discipline from stint in Israeli armyDan Hanegby '07, the No. 66 singles player in the country, was the top tennis p
'Old man' Hanegby '07 gets his drive, discipline from stint in Israeli army
The Brown Daily Herald / Posted 30 days ago
Dan Hanegby '07, the No. 66 singles player in the country, was the top tennis player in Israel from age 16 to 18, when he was forced into compulsory military service. Dan Hanegby ’07 knows what it means to love the game. He knows hours, months,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Everyone is in a minority in Israel: presidentReuven Rivlin, the president of Israel, is an outspoken man, but he knows when
Everyone is in a minority in Israel: president
Otago Daily Times / Posted 30 days ago
Reuven Rivlin, the president of Israel, is an outspoken man, but he knows when to hold his fire. He condemned the killing of an 18-month-old Palestinian child in an arson attack in the West Bank by suspected Jewish settlers last Friday as... Read more
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J Weekly
parenting | Drawing a line in the sand over Israeli ice creamNicki Gilbert is a writer and country music lover who lives in Piedmont with he
parenting | Drawing a line in the sand over Israeli ice cream
J Weekly / Posted 1 months ago
Nicki Gilbert is a writer and country music lover who lives in Piedmont with her husband, four kids and aging dachshund. Her blog is http://www.RedBoots.me and she tweets @nixgilbertca. The sun glints off the bright blue Mediterranean. The air is... Read more

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