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Monday February 6, 2023. 05:11 PM
The increasing number of unhoused people across the United States is a health and social crisis. As rents soar, interest rates rise, and global private equity firms scoop up properties to maximize profits, more people live in precarious conditions, often exposed to dangerous ...
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The energy industry is turning waste from dairy farms into renewable natural gas -- but will it actually reduce emissions? From a report: On an early August afternoon at Pinnacle Dairy, a farm located near the middle of California's long Central Valley, 1,300 Jersey cows...
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Leo Moracchioli covers Glaswegian super rockers Simple Minds. You could not turn on the radio in 1985's Los Angeles without hearing this song. Leo's cover is great. Image: screen grab
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When a warm band of water develops in the Pacific, drought grips the rainforest. The Amazon, devastated by deforestation and fires, is especially vulnerable.
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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. If you're looking for the perfect gift for Valentine's Day that isn't as completely useless as a teddy bear or even flowers, depending...
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Even though superheroes rule the roost, American comic books have a rich history with a litany of other genres. Before the draconian Comics Code essentially neutered the content comic books could publish, superheroes were dwindling in popularity while other genres started to ...
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I’m a real sucker for unique keyboards, especially anything that looks hand-crafted. If you share the same interest, then you’re in luck, as I’ve got something special for you today. Amazon’s currently selling the Azio Retro Classic mechanical keyboard for $150.30, which is...
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I love carousels, and I'm always excited to learn about the history of unusual ones. In 1992, the Natural History Museum in France created the Carousel of Extinct and Endangered Animals. Children can learn about the animals and take a ride on them, too. — Read the rest
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With more than 30,000 people still without power in Austin, TX on Sunday, Ted Cruz had more important things on his mind. Like watching the Grammys from the comfort of his own powered-up telly in his warm Cancun, er, Houston home, only to panic-tweet what he saw on his...
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India is moving to block 232 apps, some with links to China, that offer betting and loan services in the South Asian market to prevent misuse of the citizens' data, the state-owned public broadcaster said Sunday. TechCrunch: The Ministry of Electronics and Information...
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Punxsutawney Phil, the designated groundhog of Groundhog Day, has predicted six more weeks of tech industry layoffs after emerging from his burrow and seeing his own shadow last week. Okay, so Phil was actually predicting six more weeks of winter, but that appears to be appro...
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Account posting pics of pet returning home convinces Musk to chill about access rules File the decision to withdraw free access to its API under 'Twitter doing dumb things' because owner Elon Musk has partially walked back on it mere days later.…
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The most recent batch of stable kernels has been released: 6.1.10, 5.15.92, 5.10.167, 5.4.231, 4.19.272, and 4.14.305. Those updates contain a relatively small number of important fixes throughout the kernel tree.
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Computer-aided design (CAD) software is expensive to develop, which is a good reason to appreciate the existing free and open-source alternatives to some of the big names in the industry. This article takes a bird's-eye view at free and open-source software for 2D drafting...
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The whiff of a recession is in the air as some of the largest multinational organizations, from Google to Goldman Sachs, enact layoffs at a massive scale in an effort to shore up their finances. In this environment of economic uncertainty, organizations keep one eye glued to ...
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Okay, that title is a very slight exaggeration. But look at this thing! The included heatsink on the Aorus Gen5 1000 SSD looks like it might just crush the poor M.2 drive underneath its massive tread, like a sumo wrestler trying to ride a miniature pony. According to...
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An anonymous reader shares a report: Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook, speaking on an earnings call that was mostly focused on holiday results, made an off-the-cuff remark that could be quite telling about the company's future. Cook was fielding a question about...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (libhtml-stripscripts-perl), Fedora (binwalk, java-1.8.0-openjdk, java-11-openjdk, java-17-openjdk, java-latest-openjdk, kernel, sudo, and syncthing), SUSE (syslog-ng), and Ubuntu (editorconfig-core, firefox, pam, and thunderbird).
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Cybercriminals don't need to be clever and use inventive hacking exploits to breach systems as organizations are making things too easy for them, says a new report. Intelligence-led computer security testing company SE Labs has released its annual Cyber Threat Intelligence...
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SparkyLinux is a Debian-based distribution which provides several desktop editions accompanied by convenient tools. The latest release from the project is SparkyLinux 6.6 which includes persistent storage when run live from USB drives. "A Sparky tool to create live USB disk...
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