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Bell launching discount prepaid wireless company Lucky Mobile in most major Canadian cities | Toronto Star

Bell launching discount prepaid wireless company Lucky Mobile in most major Canadian cities | Toronto Star | social media | Scoop.it
Lucky Mobile, launching Dec. 4, will offer service in 17 zones including Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and surrounding areas as well as province-wide and Canada-wide options.
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OneDegree News Brief … December 1, 2017

OneDegree News Brief … December 1, 2017 | social media | Scoop.it
What you need to know today ... Apple at helm of study using Apple Watch to check for leading cause of stroke TORONTO STAR How 41 People in Lithuania Took Over Your Facebook Feed NEW YORK TIMES Google Home can now handle two commands at once THE VERGE
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Google Changes How It Crawls WordPress Sites

Google Changes How It Crawls WordPress Sites | social media | Scoop.it

July 28th, 2015: Google changes how they crawl WordPress sites. Googlebot needs access to your wp-includes folder to render the CSS and JS of your page.


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LinkedIn is introducing a feature to let your boss spy on what you post

LinkedIn is introducing a feature to let your boss spy on what you post | social media | Scoop.it
LinkedIn is telling people’s bosses about what they’re posting online. The networking site is analysing users’ sharing habits and offering to send its findings to their employers. This includes the amount of content people are posting, and the impact these updates are having on “content engagement”.
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Should Public Transit Be Free?

Should Public Transit Be Free? | social media | Scoop.it
As New York toys with the idea of a congestion price just to cover subway repairs and maintenance, consider a more radical idea: What if it covered the full cost of taking public transit?
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Ray Kurzweil on Turing Tests, Brain Extenders, and AI Ethics

Ray Kurzweil on Turing Tests, Brain Extenders, and AI Ethics | social media | Scoop.it
The inventor and author talks with WIRED Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Thompson about progress in artificial intelligence and how humans should control it.
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