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    Mark Zuckerberg Has a Message: Facebook Will Keep Building

    Facebook “will never be unprepared again” for attempts to undermine the democratic process, including elections, Mr. Zuckerberg promised. He also said Facebook was becoming more proactive in fighting false news and taking down fake accounts. When he introduced a feature called Watch Party, which lets people watch video and chat with their friends, he joked […]

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    Adidas Uses Robots, Motion-capture Technology to Customize Run Shoes

    I waited outside an industrial container squat in the middle of a parking lot in Brooklyn, fog creeping in over the East River, the Manhattan Bridge looming directly overhead. It was a fitting landscape: I was waiting to test Adidas’ newest running shoe, inspired by New York City and the people who run it: Speedfactory AM4NYC. […]

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    Easter Eggs – Fortnite Wiki Guide

    This page contains the easter eggs that can be found in both Fortnite’s Battle Royale and Save the World (PvE) modes. FIND SOMETHING WE MISSED?Add it to this page by clicking the edit button above! After dropping off the Battle Bus, head to the east of Anarchy Acres. As you get closer to Wailing Woods, […]

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    Uncle Drew Trailer #2 Brings an NBA Legend Back to the Blacktop

    A new trailer for Uncle Drew has arrived. Basketball movies come around every few years and their quality and scope varies quite a bit. Sometimes you get an emotional drama like Coach Carter, or on the other end of the spectrum you get something like Will Ferrell’s Semi-Pro. In the case of Uncle Drew, we […]

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    Why the MCU Is Legally Obligated to Include Samuel L. Jackson

    Since 2008, Samuel L. Jackson’s character Nick Fury has been an integral part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it’s hard to imagine anyone other than Jackson playing the comic-book hero. As it turns out, however, Samuel L. Jackson and his inclusion in the MCU is pretty much a legal obligation by Marvel due to […]

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    A Massacre Frozen in Time: Skeletons in Sweden Reveal Ancient Attack

    The attack happened suddenly, as shown by the half-eaten herring that was discovered in one house. The people kept animals like dogs and sheep, many of which starved after the raid. Some people wore expensive jewelry like rings, silver pendants, and gilded brooches. The presence of Roman gold coins in the fort also suggested that […]

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    New Jersey Ruling Could Reignite Battle Over Church-State Separation

    The Trinity Lutheran decision, however, noted that a church could not be barred from participating in a grant program “simply because of what it is — a church.” In New Jersey, the historic preservation program involves grants, leading some legal experts to say that could provide the basis of a challenge to the Supreme Court. […]

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    Redesigning A Digital Interior Design Shop (A Case Study) — Smashing Magazine

    Good products are the result of a continual effort in research and design. And, as it usually turns out, our designs don’t solve the problems they were meant to right away. It’s always about constant improvement and iteration. I have a client called Design Cafe (let’s call it DC). It’s an innovative interior design shop […]

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    North Korea To Step Up Nuclear Program

    North Korea has announced that it is to cease its nuclear program after a high-level previously-unnanounced ‘video meeting’ between its leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump. In reality, however, they are to step-up their program. President Trump and Mr Jong-un met ‘across the table’ via Skype, and, according to some of those involved, […]