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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
3 in appeals race tout experienceA former military attorney, a public defender and a state agency administrator
3 in appeals race tout experience
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 42 minutes ago
A former military attorney, a public defender and a state agency administrator are vying for the same open seat on the state Court of Appeals. In the race to succeed Judge Mike Kinard are James McMenis of Smackover, Mark Klappenbach of Fordyce and... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Is technology eating our brains?Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us w
Is technology eating our brains?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us when gadgets hold our wisdom? Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by... Read more
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Wired News
The Neurologist Who Hacked His Brain—And Almost Lost His MindThe brain surgery lasted 11 and a half hours, beginning on the afternoon of Jun
The Neurologist Who Hacked His Brain—And Almost Lost His Mind
Wired News / Posted an hour ago
The brain surgery lasted 11 and a half hours, beginning on the afternoon of June 21, 2014, and stretching into the Caribbean predawn of the next day. In the afternoon, after the anesthesia had worn off, the neurosurgeon came in, removed his... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Future fans will live the Super Bowl, not watch itwill not just watch the National Football League's championship game: they will
Future fans will live the Super Bowl, not watch it
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 hours ago
will not just watch the National Football League's championship game: they will live it in all its bone-jarring virtual reality glory. No longer a parochial pastime, futurists believe American gridiron will be a global game with franchises from... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nation's Achilles' Heel - There Is No Back-Up Plan to KagameDubious poll and economic statistics It is alarming that the purported overwhe
Nation's Achilles' Heel - There Is No Back-Up Plan to Kagame
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
Dubious poll and economic statistics It is alarming that the purported overwhelming popular support for the RFP has been accepted with such alacrity. The story fed to the world is that December's constitutional referendum was approved by more than... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Is technology eating our brains?Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Qu
Is technology eating our brains?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by hand; b) used a street directory or other paper map; c) multiplied two large numbers in your head; d)... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Social media is a rich source for security services -- if they can figure out how to use itSeen a flood of support for Russia's foreign policy on Twitter? Or a surge in s
Social media is a rich source for security services -- if they can figure out how to use it
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
Seen a flood of support for Russia's foreign policy on Twitter? Or a surge in sympathy for Islamic State terrorists? It could be genuine. But it also might be the work of bots — automated social media accounts programmed to push a message out widely... Read more
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TribLIVE
This oft-cited ability is overrated | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Have you talked on your cellphone as you drove to w
This oft-cited ability is overrated
TribLIVE / Posted 6 hours ago
| TribLIVE Neighborhoods Have you talked on your cellphone as you drove to work and later realized you had no clear memory of the traffic, of stoplights — which, of course, you stopped at — or other features of... Read more
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TribLIVE
Segregation in Pittsburgh-area schools an enduring issue | TribLIVE Neighborhoods • Schools, teachers attempt to tackle achievement
Segregation in Pittsburgh-area schools an enduring issue
TribLIVE / Posted 6 hours ago
| TribLIVE Neighborhoods • Schools, teachers attempt to tackle achievement gap in Western Pennsylvania He didn't think much about it... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Digimon game teaches us about dangers of the InternetChances are, if you weren’t a 10-year-old kid in 2003, you probably haven’t hea
Digimon game teaches us about dangers of the Internet
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 7 hours ago
Chances are, if you weren’t a 10-year-old kid in 2003, you probably haven’t heard all that much about Digimon, or Digital Monsters. Digimon was the story of a group of kids, given cool little beepers called Digivices, who were sent into the Digital... Read more
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Yahoo News
US stump speeches: Regulators, locusts and jokes aplenty Des Moines (United States) (AFP) - On the US presidential campaign trail, a c
US stump speeches: Regulators, locusts and jokes aplenty
Yahoo News / Posted 8 hours ago
Des Moines (United States) (AFP) - On the US presidential campaign trail, a candidate can make up to seven speeches a day. So he or she cannot exactly reinvent the wheel each time. Enter: the... Read more
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The Signal
Nonprofit ranch hosts open house to raise funds, showcase programsCarousel Ranch held a special open house Saturday to help kick off its “Carouse
Nonprofit ranch hosts open house to raise funds, showcase programs
The Signal / Posted 8 hours ago
Carousel Ranch held a special open house Saturday to help kick off its “Carousel Wishes & Valentine Kisses” annual giving campaign. Those who attended Saturday’s event at the nonprofit ranch in Agua Dulce got a chance to see some equestrian... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Opposing general managers started with star quarterbacksThe two men seated at a table, cracking open a few bottles of wine, sharing lov
Opposing general managers started with star quarterbacks
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 8 hours ago
The two men seated at a table, cracking open a few bottles of wine, sharing love stories about their unwavering passion for superstar quarterbacks. Yeah, someday, you could see it. Under difference circumstances, when not intent on poking out each... Read more
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New Kerala
Kelly Rowland's son is learning SpanishLos Angeles, Feb 7 : Singer Kelly Rowland has been forced to learn Spanish as h
Kelly Rowland's son is learning Spanish
New Kerala / Posted 10 hours ago
Los Angeles, Feb 7 : Singer Kelly Rowland has been forced to learn Spanish as her son Titan has started to say words in the language, thanks to his Argentinian nanny. The 34-year-old singer has been forced to learn the language "pretty quickly" as... Read more
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Western Advocate
Is technology eating our brains?Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us w
Is technology eating our brains?
Western Advocate / Posted 10 hours ago
Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us when gadgets hold our wisdom? Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Is technology eating our brains?Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us w
Is technology eating our brains?
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 hours ago
Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us when gadgets hold our wisdom? Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by... Read more
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The North West Star
Is technology eating our brains?Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us w
Is technology eating our brains?
The North West Star / Posted 11 hours ago
Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us when gadgets hold our wisdom? Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Is technology eating our brains?Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Qu
Is technology eating our brains?
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by hand; b) used a street directory or other paper map; c) multiplied two large numbers in your head; d)... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Is technology eating our brains?Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us w
Is technology eating our brains?
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 hours ago
Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us when gadgets hold our wisdom? Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by... Read more
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The Border Mail
Is technology eating our brains?Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us w
Is technology eating our brains?
The Border Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us when gadgets hold our wisdom? Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by... Read more
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The Age
Is technology eating our brains?Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Qu
Is technology eating our brains?
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
Handwriting is on the decline, to some people's regret and others' delight. Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by hand; b) used a street directory or other paper map; c) multiplied two large numbers in your head; d)... Read more
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Reuters
Future fans will live the Super Bowl, not watch itwill not just watch the National Football League's championship game - they wil
Future fans will live the Super Bowl, not watch it
Reuters / Posted 12 hours ago
will not just watch the National Football League's championship game - they will live it in all its bone-jarring virtual reality glory. No longer a parochial pastime, futurists believe American gridiron will be a global game with franchises from... Read more
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Business Insider
Scientists are calling a series of experiments 'one of the most important aging discoveries ever'I'm looking at a picture of two mice. The one on the right looks healthy. The o
Scientists are calling a series of experiments 'one of the most important aging discoveries ever'
Business Insider / Posted 12 hours ago
I'm looking at a picture of two mice. The one on the right looks healthy. The one on the left has graying fur, a hunched back, and an eye that's been whitened by cataracts. “People ask: What the hell did you do to the mouse on the left?” says... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Future fans will live the Super Bowl, not watch itwill not just watch the National Football League's championship game - they wil
Future fans will live the Super Bowl, not watch it
Reuters Sports News / Posted 12 hours ago
will not just watch the National Football League's championship game - they will live it in all its bone-jarring virtual reality glory. No longer a parochial pastime, futurists believe American gridiron will be a global game with franchises from... Read more
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Clovis News Journal
On the shelves — Feb. 7The following books are available for checkout at: Clovis-Carver Public Librar
On the shelves — Feb. 7
Clovis News Journal / Posted 13 hours ago
The following books are available for checkout at: Clovis-Carver Public Library City on Fire by Garth Rick Hallberg reverberates through families, friendships, and the corridors of power when a blackout plunges the world into darkness and the lives... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
3 Financial Lessons Parents Must Teach Their Children (Because Schools Probably Won't)Image source: Flickr user AFS USA. The United States has the highest GDP in th
3 Financial Lessons Parents Must Teach Their Children (Because Schools Probably Won't)
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 hours ago
Image source: Flickr user AFS USA. The United States has the highest GDP in the world, and arguably one of the best standards of living, but when it comes to financial literacy we're only middle of the pack among developed countries. Based on the... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
Economist watch: Cruz denies climate changeThe Economist, about Ted Cruz, in an article about his presidential hopes: Con
Economist watch: Cruz denies climate change
ScienceBlogs / Posted 14 hours ago
The Economist, about Ted Cruz, in an article about his presidential hopes: Conversely his appeal to moderates is limited. He has had little to say to or about the poor, beyond his perpetual gratitude that, when his father was washing dishes for 50... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Q&A: Mac anatomy lab director Bruce Wainman on teaching today’s studentsNo one in Bruce Wainman's family had attended university when he came of age in
Q&A: Mac anatomy lab director Bruce Wainman on teaching today’s students
Dundas Star News / Posted 15 hours ago
No one in Bruce Wainman's family had attended university when he came of age in Sudbury in the 1970s. He has more than made up for that ever since, attending Laurentian University and never leaving the world of academia, forging a reputation as a... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Students seek waste solutionsHundreds of students from across North Texas are participating in the 8th Annua
Students seek waste solutions
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 16 hours ago
Hundreds of students from across North Texas are participating in the 8th Annual North Texas First Lego League Regional Championship Robotics Competition on Saturday. Their challenge: To use Lego Mindstorms technology to find innovative solutions to... Read more
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New Kerala
Apple is selling virtual-reality headset with new view-masterNew Delhi, Feb.6 : We all wish to feel the computer-simulated reality which rep
Apple is selling virtual-reality headset with new view-master
New Kerala / Posted 19 hours ago
New Delhi, Feb.6 : We all wish to feel the computer-simulated reality which replicates an environment and simulates a physical presence in places in the real world or an imagined world, And yes, tech giant Apple has finally started selling... Read more
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International Business Times
Julian Assange: UN decision reveals European democracies' disdain for law Yesterday, following nearly two years of deliberation, a prominent panel of the
Julian Assange: UN decision reveals European democracies' disdain for law
International Business Times / Posted 19 hours ago
Yesterday, following nearly two years of deliberation, a prominent panel of the world's top legal body at the United Nations confirmed what many observers have long suspected: dissident publisher and founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange is being... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Is technology eating our brains?Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us w
Is technology eating our brains?
Kiama Independent / Posted 19 hours ago
Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us when gadgets hold our wisdom? Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by hand; b) used a street directory or other paper map; c) multiplied two... Read more
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Manning River Times
Is technology eating our brains?Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us w
Is technology eating our brains?
Manning River Times / Posted 19 hours ago
Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us when gadgets hold our wisdom? Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by hand; b) used a street directory or other paper map; c) multiplied two... Read more
12 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Is technology eating our brains?Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us w
Is technology eating our brains?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 20 hours ago
Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us when gadgets hold our wisdom? Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by hand; b) used a street directory or other paper map; c) multiplied two... Read more
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The North West Star
Is technology eating our brains?Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us w
Is technology eating our brains?
The North West Star / Posted 20 hours ago
Humans evolved to become Homo sapiens, or wise people, but what is left of us when gadgets hold our wisdom? Quick quiz. When was the last time you ... a) wrote a letter by hand; b) used a street directory or other paper map; c) multiplied two... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Neanderthal should go back into his caveI THINK I have a problem living in a country that deals with difficult ideas by
Neanderthal should go back into his cave
Adelaide Now / Posted 21 hours ago
I THINK I have a problem living in a country that deals with difficult ideas by putting its hands over its ears and shouting “nah, nah, nah, I can’t hear you”. This week we saw another example of outrage over someone’s opinions leading for calls to... Read more
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E! Online
Here's What Your Fave Girl Scout Cookie Says About YouHoly Thin Mints! It's officially the most lit time of the year. Girl Scout cook
Here's What Your Fave Girl Scout Cookie Says About You
E! Online / Posted 22 hours ago
Holy Thin Mints! It's officially the most lit time of the year. Girl Scout cookie season is here, and mama is hungry. Brand Eating got us all excited about the flavors this year, and we got to thinking about our favorites. This year we're all about... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Optimise workflow at your work station How messy is your desk right now? If getting through the layers of post-it no
Optimise workflow at your work station
Manila Bulletin / Posted yesterday
How messy is your desk right now? If getting through the layers of post-it notes, files and print-outs on your desk could be described as an archaeological dig, using the principles of feng shui could really... Read more
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Business Standard India
Biocon Academy ties up with Bits Pilani to offer microbiology courses.The exclusive programme is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of aspi
Biocon Academy ties up with Bits Pilani to offer microbiology courses.
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
The exclusive programme is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of aspiring microbiologists, pharmacy and biotech graduatesThe exclusive programme is designed to enhance... Read more
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iol.co.za
The man who makes virtual reality feel realLondon - As a student at the University of Bristol, Tom Carter became obsessed
The man who makes virtual reality feel real
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
London - As a student at the University of Bristol, Tom Carter became obsessed with a seemingly impossible notion: letting people feel and manipulate virtual objects. A professor turned him on to an esoteric concept - using ultrasound to simulate... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Lee Daniels On #OscarsSoWhite Controversy: "If You're Doing a Job For an Oscar, You're Doing the Wrong Job"Fox's juicy Empire picked up the best drama series trophy at Friday night's NAA
Lee Daniels On #OscarsSoWhite Controversy: "If You're Doing a Job For an Oscar, You're Doing the Wrong Job"
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted yesterday
Fox's juicy Empire picked up the best drama series trophy at Friday night's NAACP Image Awards in Pasadena, and it didn't take long for the conversation backstage to turn to Hollywood's hot-button issue of diversity, both on the big and small... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
First Friday a feast for sensesScranton’s monthly art walk engaged all five senses on Friday. People who vent
First Friday a feast for senses
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
Scranton’s monthly art walk engaged all five senses on Friday. People who ventured downtown for February’s First Friday sampled the sights, sounds, smells, touches and tastes at various venues. Exhale Hookah Lounge and Kabob Grill, 136 Wyoming... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
It takes a movement for real change"The skies will open, the light will come down, celestial choirs will be singin
It takes a movement for real change
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted yesterday
"The skies will open, the light will come down, celestial choirs will be singing, and everyone will know we should do the right thing and the world will be perfect," she said sarcastically, adding "I have no illusions about how hard this is going to... Read more
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FOX 41 Louisville
Ramsey and Louisville needed to put more cards on the tableLOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Always be careful when evaluating a person’s actions i
Ramsey and Louisville needed to put more cards on the table
FOX 41 Louisville / Posted yesterday
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Always be careful when evaluating a person’s actions if you don’t know what cards they’re holding. In my business, you can’t always adhere to that counsel. Sometimes, you have to evaluate without knowing. You have to judge... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk
Goodell reiterate PSI checks were not a “research project”The more the NFL says about its PSI measurements during the 2015 season, the le
Goodell reiterate PSI checks were not a “research project”
NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk / Posted yesterday
The more the NFL says about its PSI measurements during the 2015 season, the less sense it makes. During his annual pre-Super Bowl press conference, Commissioner Roger Goodell was asked about his recent proclamation that the league found no... Read more
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The Mercury News
Magid: Safer Internet Day wants all of us involvedFor the past 13 years, countries across Europe have celebrated Safer Internet D
Magid: Safer Internet Day wants all of us involved
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
For the past 13 years, countries across Europe have celebrated Safer Internet Day on the second Tuesday of February. And, since 2014, the event has also been celebrated in the United States, hosted by ConnectSafely.org, the nonprofit Internet safety... Read more
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5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville
Rogers High School Students To Earn College DegreesROGERS (KFSM)– Juniors and seniors in the Rogers School District may now be abl
Rogers High School Students To Earn College Degrees
5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville / Posted yesterday
ROGERS (KFSM)– Juniors and seniors in the Rogers School District may now be able to graduate with their high school diploma, as well as an associate degree, when they finish high school. The program is called “Early College Experience,” and students... Read more
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heraldscotland
Hugh MacDonald: Transfer system limps on... like an injured Derk BoerrigterCeltic’s only chance of offloading the less than bold Bhoy in the transfer wind
Hugh MacDonald: Transfer system limps on... like an injured Derk Boerrigter
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
Celtic’s only chance of offloading the less than bold Bhoy in the transfer window was if the World College of Physiotherapists was in need of a research project. But I do not blame club, scout or player for Derk staying on in Glasgow on a weekly... Read more
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The Brown Daily Herald
Esemplare '18: NFL not to blame for concussion crisisA doctor of mine once posed to me the following hypothetical: If you told an ac
Esemplare '18: NFL not to blame for concussion crisis
The Brown Daily Herald / Posted yesterday
A doctor of mine once posed to me the following hypothetical: If you told an accountant, he posited, that continuing to serve in her line of work would, over the course of her career, lead to long-term health issues, would you expect the accountant... Read more
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International Business Times
Gaming on the blockchain – the trillion dollar jackpot [part 1] Gamers have been trading in digital assets for decades, and paying for in-game
Gaming on the blockchain – the trillion dollar jackpot [part 1]
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Gamers have been trading in digital assets for decades, and paying for in-game stuff using digital currency is second nature to them. Back in the 1990's we saw the first massive multi-player online games (MMORPGs) appear. Now, another revolution in... Read more
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