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16 Ways Europeans Are Just Better At Life

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The United States is a great place. From New York to Los Angeles and covering everything in between, the U.S. boasts unprecedented diversity, natural wonder and opportunity.
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Car Dealers Use the "Defense in Depth" Strategy to Wear You Down

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At one point or another, most people will have to be in some kind of negotiation for a big ticket item. The most notorious of these negotiations is the car. Car salesmen have become famous for their underhanded negotiation tactics.
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Mysteries of medieval graffiti

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How graffiti found in England's churches offers a tantalising glimpse into the medieval mind.
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Pinoccio: Mesh All The (Internet Of) Things

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There’s a problem with products geared towards building the Internet of Things. Everyone building hardware needs investors, and thus some way to monetize their platform. This means all your data is pushed to ‘the cloud’, i.e.
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Python bumps off Java as top learning language in US

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Python has surpassed Java as the top language used to introduce U.S. students to programming and computer science, according to a recent survey posted by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
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Tech Journalist Discovers Feds Had His Credit Card Number For 9 Years

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Welcome to Reading List, Gizmodo's Saturday afternoon roundup of the best writing from around the web. This week we're featuring pieces from Ars Technica, Variety, Businessweek, and Discover. Read more...
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Optical illusion turns flat letters into 3D calligraphy

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I love calligraphy to the point in which I shiver with pleasure when I see someone writing beautifully—slowly and carefully. I'd have liked to see Turkish calligrapher Tolga Girgin making these 3D writings spotted by Colossal.
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These Are The Longest Words In The English Language, And They're Insane

These Are The Longest Words In The English Language, And They're Insane | News we like | Scoop.it
What is wrong with the English language? I know it's one of the most difficult languages to learn because it's made entirely out of exceptions and we refuse to acknowledge the rest of the planet's agreed-upon vowel usage.
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Living lake in Russia is hungry for human bodies and souls

Living lake in Russia is hungry for human bodies and souls | News we like | Scoop.it
Avoid Russia. It's not the human rights situation, their maniac president, or even all those crazy drivers trying to kill you.
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What is this machine inside a secret underground room under NYC?

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Deep under Grand Central Terminal, beyond basements and subway lines and through 10 stories of bedrock lays a secret underground chamber that's almost as big as Grand Central Terminal itself. What's inside the room?
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The ultimate comeback: Bringing the dead back to life

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A radical procedure that involves replacing a patient's blood with cold salt water could retrieve people from the brink of death
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Google+ No Longer Requires You Use Your Real Name

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Following years of criticism, Google has announced that it's scrapping its requirement that anyone using Google+ uses their real name on the network.
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Cool New App Lets You Make Futuristic Comics on the Fly

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Last week, Pocket Gems’ storytelling app Episode registered its 500,000th writer—not bad for a product that launched less than six months ago.
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Free 2015 Monthly Calendar Template

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Free 2015 Monthly Calendar Template (Vielleicht kann das jemand brauchen: Kalender als ppt-Vorlage => Free 2015 Monthly Calendar Template http://t.co/PQMyjxJeLC)...
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25 Truly Useful Inventions That You Never Knew You Needed

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They say that necessity is the mother of invention, and while that might not be the case for every invention out there, most of these cool inventions definitely qualify as useful. Who knows?
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Top 10 Scientific Terms That Sound Downright Naughty but Really Aren't

Top 10 Scientific Terms That Sound Downright Naughty but Really Aren't | News we like | Scoop.it
I know most of us like to appear posh and proper in public, but let's face it: one does not simply read book titles like “Let's Explore Uranus” or news about what great tits (that's a bird species!
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The Open-Source Smartwatch Built by a Teenager

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John Wall, 16, built a smart watch instead of taking driver's ed.Read more on MAKE
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Roboceratops: A Robot Dinosaur That Defies Extinction

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Inspired by a childhood love of dinosaurs, [Robert] set out to build a robotic dinosaur from the Ceratopsian family.
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This Song's Rhythm Is Inspired by Neil Armstrong's Heartbeat on the Moon

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Forty-five years ago today, a man landed on the moon for the first time. Understandably, he was a little nervous. Neil Armstrong's heart raced to 160 beats per minute as the lunar vehicle touched down on the moon's surface.
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Here is what the common Google Play Store error codes mean

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Long-time Android users surely know that the Google Play Store can be unreliable at times. This happens rarely, but when it does, it may lead to confusion with all those cryptic error codes that appear when something goes wrong.
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Solar Sail Spacecraft to Hitch a Free Ride on a Light Breeze in 2016

LightSail 1 will launch onboard SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket to demonstrate propellant-free propulsion -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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The Man Who Planted a Forest Bigger Than Central Park

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The Molai Forest in Assam, India is unusual for several reasons. The 1,360 acre forest is on a sandbar, for starters. The sandbar is the world's largest river island, Majuli.
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Out in the Open: A Tool That Will Make It Easier to Abolish Email Entirely

Out in the Open: A Tool That Will Make It Easier to Abolish Email Entirely | News we like | Scoop.it
Email is just about as old as networked computing itself. But 40 years later, the same basic technology still very much a part of our online lives—and for good reason: It’s pretty darn useful.
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Why Potholes Happen (And How to Get Them Fixed)

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They're the bane of modern interstates and countryside roads alike: Potholes cost American drivers nearly $6.5 billion dollars in flat tires, blown shocks, and cracked rims in 2013, according to AAA.
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30 funny questions you should ask Cortana - PC Advisor

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Microsoft has a sense of humour too, and has programmed plenty of funny responses into Cortana, so we've been playing with it to find out what you need to say.
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The Most Popular Sport in North America 900 Years Ago

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Beneath the freeways of East St. Louis in Illinois there lie the ruins of a city built nearly a millennium ago, around towering earthen pyramids.
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