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Saturday May 21, 2022. 02:04 AM
Like a teenager practicing pickup lines in front of a mirror, this baby moose rehearsed its charging moves in front of a street sign. Lookin' good and ready! Click to expand Thumbnail image: Szczepan Klejbuk / shutterstock.com Mammals – young moose (Alces)
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The collapse of the tokens linked to the Terra ecosystem, stablecoin terraUSD (UST) and Luna (LUNA), has led to some major investors coming clean and detailing their losses. Two more backers of Terra are disclosing exactly how their balance sheets have been affected....
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At first, I thought this cute baby moose was psyching itself up to charge that road sign. But now I think it was just practicing the wind-up and using the road sign just as a place to focus its gaze. You can't see the sign but I like to imagine it's similar to this:
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Rumors have been swirling lately that HP was planning to release a laptop running the Pop!_OS operating system. Today, System76's CEO Carl Richell shared on Twitter that this is absolutely happening -- a 14-inch developer-focused notebook called 'Dev One.' While this is good ...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Register: The saga surrounding Arm's joint venture in China just took another intriguing turn: a mysterious firm named Lotcap Group claims it has signed a letter of intent to buy a 51 percent stake in Arm China from existing...
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I didn't lose any loved ones to Covid, but live music was a Covid-era casualty that messed me up bad.  A 'slow reopening' was cold comfort; I hate outdoor music venues, and with the exceptions of Halloween and fetish balls, nothing sucks the fun out of almost anything more...
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Carsie Blanton with bandmates Joe Plowman (left), and Patrick Firth. I didn't lose any loved ones to Covid, but live music was a Covid-era casualty that messed me up bad.  A 'slow reopening' was cold comfort; I hate outdoor music venues, and with the exceptions of Halloween ...
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The Google search engine collects data on users who think they can be anonymous if they use a 'private browsing' mode, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton claimed on Thursday, filing an amended privacy lawsuit against the Alphabet unit. Reuters reports: Texas, Indiana,...
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Friday May 20, 2022. 11:30 PM
As part of its landmark campaign for its 75th anniversary celebrations, the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is 'opening up a large portion of its archives, making the first 50 years of its published records -- more than 117,500 documents dating from 1951 to 2000 -- ...
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This week, network vendor and technology leader Cisco announced its Q3 FY22 earnings results. The company posted revenues of $12.8B, missing consensus estimates by over $500M. Revenue was essentially flat (+0.3%) year over year. Cisco reported non-GAAP EPS of $0.87, topping...
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As Carla and I walked through a banana grove on Madeira island in early March, we heard an unusual animal sound. It was coming out of an irrigation pipe, about 3 or 4 inches in diameter. Whatever it was, it was far back in the tube, so I couldn't see it. — Read the rest
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views.  It's no secret that online hackers exist and are constantly lurking around for sensitive information at any opportunity they can. —...
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Who was the best accordion player of the New York Knicks during the 1950s? It's a hotly debated topic, but Tony Lavelli was certainly in the top 20. Watch him tickle the ivories and pump the bellows on this 1953 episode of Judge for Yourself with Fred Allen. — Read the rest
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: One of the best things about electric cars, other than their power trains, immediate torque, and relaxing quiet, is the fact that as the electrical grid becomes cleaner, so too does every EV that uses that grid to...
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'Most people focus on Bigfoot, the 'rockstar' as I call him, but something like a giant salamander… there's a lot of probability there.' Could there actually be a giant salamander, as big (or bigger!) than a human, that lives in Northern California's Trinity Alps? — Read the...
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I use J. Kenji López-Alt's recipe for roasted potatoes a lot. He's got a new video about how to use a wok for deep frying, specifically his mother's Japanese croquettes. It has ground beef, potatoes, and whatever leftover vegetables you have on hand. — Read the rest
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What is the best surveillance drone? ZDNet chose Easy Aerial SAMS. We've broken down the top picks for the best aerial hardware and technology for keeping an eye on operations, individuals, and valued assets from above.
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Thinking about pursuing cybersecurity training? A cybersecurity degree could boost your future career. Here's what to expect in cybersecurity school.
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Slow connections are the bane of anyone working, studying, or trying to stay entertained at home. Here's how to fix the most common issues.
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An anonymous reader shares a report: In the late 1990s, Yoshitaka Murayama made a name for himself among a subset of video game fans by creating and directing Suikoden, a series of Japanese roleplaying games (RPGs) that became beloved for their scope and depth. A catchy way...
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