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The New Zealand Herald
This search engine could be way smarter than Googlesome experts that I may now end up calling. That starts to nibble away at a pr
This search engine could be way smarter than Google
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
some experts that I may now end up calling. That starts to nibble away at a pretty important problem we see with today's Web: The keyword system most of us are using today isn't always that great. It's impressive that search engines know the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Hurvin Anderson presents scenes from neither here nor there at AGOyou’re seeing, a push-pull between foreground (Anderson’s overlay of a metal ba
Hurvin Anderson presents scenes from neither here nor there at AGO
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
you’re seeing, a push-pull between foreground (Anderson’s overlay of a metal barrier that looks, variously, like a spider’s web, glass shattered by a spray of bullets and the principal motif of a wall tapestry) and back (what seems to be a club with... Read more
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Daily Record
Town Briefs: Upcoming events in Morris Countyat 400 Jefferson Street in Hackettstown. The Museum of Early Trades and Crafts
Town Briefs: Upcoming events in Morris County
Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
at 400 Jefferson Street in Hackettstown. The Museum of Early Trades and Crafts is inviting the public to a lecture, Tapestry in America: The Little Known History, presented by Susan Martin Maffei, tapestry artist and conservator. The... Read more
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New Bern Sun Journal
Author discussions, theater anniversary on tap this weekat the theater box office, 609 Broad St.The box office will open at 6 p.m. and
Author discussions, theater anniversary on tap this week
New Bern Sun Journal / Posted 16 days ago
at the theater box office, 609 Broad St.The box office will open at 6 p.m. and the doors open a half hour later.2. Bayeux Tapestry programThe English Speaking Union will host a special lecture and show Friday on “The Bayeux Tapestry.”The... Read more
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Ventura County Reporter
The Advice GoddessYour brain is an energy hog, so it likes to cut corners where it can, especiall
The Advice Goddess
Ventura County Reporter / Posted 20 days ago
Your brain is an energy hog, so it likes to cut corners where it can, especially when you’re tired. Basically, like your web browser, it’s big on autofill. In researcher-speak, this means it makes “retrieval errors” — reaching into the right file... Read more
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The Age
Data61's blockchain review welcomed by fintech leadersagencies at the federal and state levels are already selling the fintech messag
Data61's blockchain review welcomed by fintech leaders
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
agencies at the federal and state levels are already selling the fintech message to the region. Mr Pollari will host a web seminar arranged by Austrade on Tuesday afternoon; more than 100 banks, venture capital funds and entrepreneurs in the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Data61's blockchain review welcomed by fintech leadersagencies at the federal and state levels are already selling the fintech messag
Data61's blockchain review welcomed by fintech leaders
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
agencies at the federal and state levels are already selling the fintech message to the region. Mr Pollari will host a web seminar arranged by Austrade on Tuesday afternoon; more than 100 banks, venture capital funds and entrepreneurs in the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Music gives lift to Pittsburgh International Airport travelerspassenger experience,” he said. The airport also announced that it has reinsta
Music gives lift to Pittsburgh International Airport travelers
TribLIVE / Posted 26 days ago
passenger experience,” he said. The airport also announced that it has reinstalled “Strip Mines,” a three-panel, 41-foot tapestry of wool on linen by Slippery Rock artist Akiko Kotani. The work, originally commissioned by the Allegheny County... Read more
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Business Wire
Jane Goodall Celebrates Earth Day with Esri and University of Redlandswho are passionate about protecting the environment are the heartbeat of the pr
Jane Goodall Celebrates Earth Day with Esri and University of Redlands
Business Wire / Posted 1 months ago
who are passionate about protecting the environment are the heartbeat of the program. An interactive Esri Story Map app, Tapestry of Hope, was launched last year to provide a snapshot into these future conservation leaders’ projects and to help... Read more

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