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The Seattle Times
Listen: Dave Niehaus calls of famed Ken Griffey Jr. moments with the MarinersA ringing double Griffey’s first at-bat | April 3, 1989 “20, 25 years from no
Listen: Dave Niehaus calls of famed Ken Griffey Jr. moments with the Mariners
The Seattle Times / Posted yesterday
A ringing double Griffey’s first at-bat | April 3, 1989 “20, 25 years from now, you’re gonna wanna say I was there when Ken Griffey Jr. made his home debut, so don’t forget that on Monday night. There’s a drive to the gap in left-center field, deep... Read more
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Mashable
Atom-sized storage could change the face of data and memorydata puts these researches a microscopic step ahead of the scientists who, earl
Atom-sized storage could change the face of data and memory
Mashable / Posted 6 days ago
data puts these researches a microscopic step ahead of the scientists who, earlier this month, figured out how to store an OK Go music video on DNA. "The base pairs in a DNA molecule (A, T, C and G) each consist of tens of atoms. So no matter how... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Jalen Reeves-Maybin makes video to provide valuable lesson for Volslast season, when the Volunteers narrowly missed the kind of special season the
Jalen Reeves-Maybin makes video to provide valuable lesson for Vols
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 8 days ago
last season, when the Volunteers narrowly missed the kind of special season they're hoping to produce in 2016. "It's not good when those same mistakes repeat themselves," Reeves-Maybin said Tuesday at SEC media days. "It was a couple plays in the... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Gamers warned of Pokémon risksbut they must also be safe. That’s the warning from Belleville police and othe
Gamers warned of Pokémon risks
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 9 days ago
but they must also be safe. That’s the warning from Belleville police and other authorities in the wake of this month’s PokémonGo craze. The game requires players to navigate through the real world to find fictionalized characters superimposed on... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Notebook: Dunlap's hopes sink at the secondScott Dunlap likely was a yard from having a good look at birdie on the second
Notebook: Dunlap's hopes sink at the second
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
Scott Dunlap likely was a yard from having a good look at birdie on the second hole in Sunday’s final round of the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open. About five minutes later, Dunlap wrote a 9 on the scoreboard and his chances at victory were over. Dunlap,... Read more
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CIO
Microsoft, university researchers break DNA data storage recordstored on the molecular DNA included digital versions of works of art, includin
Microsoft, university researchers break DNA data storage record
CIO / Posted 14 days ago
stored on the molecular DNA included digital versions of works of art, including a high-definition music video by the band OK Go!, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in more than 100 languages, the top 100 books of Project Guttenberg and the... Read more
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ESPN
Buzz from Las Vegas Summer League: Day 1time [Hield] says, 'Cheick, you talk too much.' Because I'm trying to give him
Buzz from Las Vegas Summer League: Day 1
ESPN / Posted 15 days ago
time [Hield] says, 'Cheick, you talk too much.' Because I'm trying to give him [defensive directions], like, 'OK, go right, go left.' I'm like, 'Bro, I'm there behind.' So when I say go right, I can see it. Because all defense, you... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
Microsoft researchers claim major breakthrough in DNA data storageWar and Peace, as well as over 100 translations of the Universal Declaration of
Microsoft researchers claim major breakthrough in DNA data storage
SiliconANGLE / Posted 15 days ago
War and Peace, as well as over 100 translations of the Universal Declaration of Human rights and a music video by the band OK Go. DNA is already a natural storage medium, and the researchers say that it has enormous potential for the future of... Read more
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ExtremeTech
How DNA data storage works, as scientists create the first DNA ‘RAM’pack about 200 megabytes of data into just a fraction of a drop of liquid, incl
How DNA data storage works, as scientists create the first DNA ‘RAM’
ExtremeTech / Posted 16 days ago
pack about 200 megabytes of data into just a fraction of a drop of liquid, including a compressed music video from the band OK Go. Even more impressive, that data was stored in a quickly and easily accessible form, making it more akin to computer... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers break record for DNA data storageDNA molecules. The team of computer scientists and electrical engineers encode
Researchers break record for DNA data storage
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
DNA molecules. The team of computer scientists and electrical engineers encoded and decoded a video of the band OK Go (featuring the craziest Rube Goldberg machine ever), the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in more than 100... Read more
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express
Rise of the Human PC? Microsoft can now store your DATA in DNAto cram a record 200MB of data into DNA molecular strands, including a hundred
Rise of the Human PC? Microsoft can now store your DATA in DNA
express / Posted 16 days ago
to cram a record 200MB of data into DNA molecular strands, including a hundred classic novels and an HD music video from OK Go. Microsoft says its work with the University of Washington will allow a huge amount of space saving on mobile and PC... Read more
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The Register
New DNA 'hard drive' could keep files intact for millions of yearsstorage densities and a very long life. The team wrote 200MB onto strands of s
New DNA 'hard drive' could keep files intact for millions of years
The Register / Posted 17 days ago
storage densities and a very long life. The team wrote 200MB onto strands of synthetic DNA, including video of the band OK Go, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in more than 100 languages, the top 100 books of Project Gutenberg and the... Read more
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Mashable
Researchers stored an OK Go music video on strands of DNAWashington announced the storage breakthrough on Thursday, reporting that they
Researchers stored an OK Go music video on strands of DNA
Mashable / Posted 17 days ago
Washington announced the storage breakthrough on Thursday, reporting that they had managed to store a 2010, high definition OK Go music video (see below) as well as 100 books and Crop Trust's seed database on some DNA strands. Storing data on... Read more
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The Seattle Times
UW, Microsoft claim big breakthrough with data storage using DNAthan 100 books, translations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and
UW, Microsoft claim big breakthrough with data storage using DNA
The Seattle Times / Posted 17 days ago
than 100 books, translations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and a high-definition music video from the band OK Go. That breaks the previous published record of about 22 megabytes encoded and decoded on DNA, researchers say. “This... Read more
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The Verge
Microsoft stored an OK Go music video in strings of DNADVDs, web servers, and flash drives will all be long dead. But one copy of a mu
Microsoft stored an OK Go music video in strings of DNA
The Verge / Posted 17 days ago
DVDs, web servers, and flash drives will all be long dead. But one copy of a music video — for alternative rock band OK Go’s song "This Too Shall Pass" — could still be playing. The Rube Goldberg-inspired video is part of a 202-megabyte cache... Read more
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DW
YouTube Spaces, the movie-maker incubator |10 reasons why a video goes viral 17.02.2016 Whether it's American band OK Go,
YouTube Spaces, the movie-maker incubator |
DW / Posted 18 days ago
10 reasons why a video goes viral 17.02.2016 Whether it's American band OK Go, German singer-songwriter Alex Diehl or icon Adele, they all have one thing in common: Their videos have generated millions of views across the internet. What are their... Read more
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Pleasanton Express
‘History surrounding Norman Porter, Sr., a historian’‘and from that day forward, Mr. Porter drove the Leming School bus’, ‘the milk
‘History surrounding Norman Porter, Sr., a historian’
Pleasanton Express / Posted 18 days ago
‘and from that day forward, Mr. Porter drove the Leming School bus’, ‘the milk would probably turn into butter before Alton got to San Antonio’, “I believe Mr. (Norman) Porter came in when I was in the fifth grade in Leming. He was our principal... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
EU/NATO - Europe's Plan Endangers Foreigners in LibyaUnion efforts to stem migration from Libya risk condemning migrants and asylum
EU/NATO - Europe's Plan Endangers Foreigners in Libya
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
Union efforts to stem migration from Libya risk condemning migrants and asylum seekers to violent abuse at the hands of government officials, militias, and criminal groups in Libya, Human Rights Watch said today. Newly documented abuses include... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
‘How to Train Your Dragon’ at the West Palm Beach...1. WATCH UNDER THE STARS Screen on the Green featuring “How to Train Your Drag
‘How to Train Your Dragon’ at the West Palm Beach...
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 21 days ago
1. WATCH UNDER THE STARS Screen on the Green featuring “How to Train Your Dragon,” ‘How to Train Your Dragon.’ Paramount Pictures West Palm Beach Waterfront Bring blankets and lawn chairs and find out how a young Viking who aspires to hunt... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Watch Arizona band AJJ parody OK Go choreography in new music videoThis too shall pass, OK Go. Arizona folk-punk band AJJ released a video this w
Watch Arizona band AJJ parody OK Go choreography in new music video
Chicago Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
This too shall pass, OK Go. Arizona folk-punk band AJJ released a video this week for its single "Goodbye, Oh Goodbye" that parodies the precise choreography of OK Go, which formed in Chicago but is now based in Los Angeles. The members of OK Go... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Snow In Summerpraised Berlin as “the greatest Diasporist of all,” the man who made America sa
Snow In Summer
The Jewish Week / Posted 25 days ago
praised Berlin as “the greatest Diasporist of all,” the man who made America safe for assimilation. Berlin took Easter and Christmas, “the two holidays that celebrate the divinity of Christ,” writes Roth, “and what does Irving Berlin... Read more
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Minot Daily News
Switchfoot to return"We've had a lot of different acts come out and play it." Some of the musicians
Switchfoot to return
Minot Daily News / Posted 25 days ago
"We've had a lot of different acts come out and play it." Some of the musicians who have participated in the Bro-Am include OK Go and Chris Shiflett of the Foo Fighters. "Its a way for us to bring the community together. Its kind of our way to use... Read more
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Southwest Daily News
Today in History, June 28: The Citadel votes to admit women in 1996Steve Burton is 46. Actor Alessandro Nivola (nih-VOH'-luh) is 44. Actress Camil
Today in History, June 28: The Citadel votes to admit women in 1996
Southwest Daily News / Posted 26 days ago
Steve Burton is 46. Actor Alessandro Nivola (nih-VOH'-luh) is 44. Actress Camille Guaty is 40. Rock musician Tim Nordwind (OK Go) is 40. Rock musician Mark Stoermer (The Killers) is 39. Country singer Big Vinny Hickerson (Trailer Choir) is 33.... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Today in HistorySteve Burton is 46. Actor Alessandro Nivola (nih-VOH'-luh) is 44. Actress Camil
Today in History
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 26 days ago
Steve Burton is 46. Actor Alessandro Nivola (nih-VOH'-luh) is 44. Actress Camille Guaty is 40. Rock musician Tim Nordwind (OK Go) is 40. Rock musician Mark Stoermer (The Killers) is 39. Country singer Big Vinny Hickerson (Trailer Choir) is 33.... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
This day in history, June 28, 2016is 47. Actor Steve Burton is 46. Actor Alessandro Nivola is 44. Actress Camille
This day in history, June 28, 2016
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 26 days ago
is 47. Actor Steve Burton is 46. Actor Alessandro Nivola is 44. Actress Camille Guaty is 40. Rock musician Tim Nordwind (OK Go) is 40. Rock musician Mark Stoermer (The Killers) is 39. Country singer Big Vinny Hickerson (Trailer Choir) is 33.... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Detroit Pistons � Versatility key to both draft picksfeel for the game. �Still, you�re 19 and for bigger guys it�s even different.
Detroit Pistons � Versatility key to both draft picks
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
feel for the game. �Still, you�re 19 and for bigger guys it�s even different. That�s where the game gets physical. At 19, OK go out and play Zach Randolph, alright go ahead, play Kevin Love, a little different than playing on the perimeter so... Read more
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The Oakland Press
Detroit Pistons — Versatility key to both draft picksfeel for the game. “Still, you’re 19 and for bigger guys it’s even different.
Detroit Pistons — Versatility key to both draft picks
The Oakland Press / Posted 30 days ago
feel for the game. “Still, you’re 19 and for bigger guys it’s even different. That’s where the game gets physical. At 19, OK go out and play Zach Randolph, alright go ahead, play Kevin Love, a little different than playing on the perimeter so... Read more
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Abbotsford News
ASIA school gets the ball rolling with Rube Goldberg machineidea started about two years ago, when Matty’s fellow teacher Corrie Wedel intr
ASIA school gets the ball rolling with Rube Goldberg machine
Abbotsford News / Posted 30 days ago
idea started about two years ago, when Matty’s fellow teacher Corrie Wedel introduced him to a video by the band OK Go based on their song This Too Shall Pass. The video features a Rube Goldberg machine. “It really inspired me. I have... Read more
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BC Local News
ASIA school gets the ball rolling with Rube Goldberg machineidea started about two years ago, when Matty’s fellow teacher Corrie Wedel intr
ASIA school gets the ball rolling with Rube Goldberg machine
BC Local News / Posted 30 days ago
idea started about two years ago, when Matty’s fellow teacher Corrie Wedel introduced him to a video by the band OK Go based on their song This Too Shall Pass. The video features a Rube Goldberg machine. “It really inspired me. I have... Read more
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Wired News
Scientists Are Trying to Make Nuclear Fusion With Frickin’ LasersBig science is really small. In Central Europe, a 17-mile loop looks for subato
Scientists Are Trying to Make Nuclear Fusion With Frickin’ Lasers
Wired News / Posted 30 days ago
Big science is really small. In Central Europe, a 17-mile loop looks for subatomic particles. In Washington and Louisiana, massive L-shaped detectors sniff for invisible gravitational perturbations. And a national lab in California’s lumpy hill... Read more
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TSN
MacDonald suffers broken nose in lossOTTAWA - Rory MacDonald is leaving UFC Ottawa with more than just a loss to get
MacDonald suffers broken nose in loss
TSN / Posted a month ago
OTTAWA - Rory MacDonald is leaving UFC Ottawa with more than just a loss to get over, as he also suffered a broken nose in his unanimous decision defeat at the hands of Stephen Thompson. The injury occurred in the final round of the bout and caused... Read more

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