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Blockchain: The New Technology of Trust

Blockchain: The New Technology of Trust | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
A technology redefining the way we transact sounds incredibly far-reaching. That's because it is.
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The Hackers Russia-Proofing Germany’s Elections

The Hackers Russia-Proofing Germany’s Elections | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
The Chaos Computer Club, a multigenerational army of activists, has made the country’s democracy a lot tougher to undermine.
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Rashad Robinson Built a Civil Rights Movement for the Digital Age

Rashad Robinson Built a Civil Rights Movement for the Digital Age | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
Activist Rashad Robinson is leveraging decentralized platforms to give a voice to the voiceless, not just to get them heard, but to make a real difference.
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Could Chomsky’s idea of Universal Grammar apply to programming Languages?

Could Chomsky’s idea of Universal Grammar apply to programming Languages? | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
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New York Public Radio | Live Radio Streaming - WNYC 93.9FM

New York Public Radio | Live Radio Streaming - WNYC 93.9FM | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
WNYC is America's most listened-to public radio station and the producer of award-winning radio programs and podcasts, including Radiolab, On the Media, Freakonomics Radio, Here's the Thing with Alec Baldwin, The Brian Lehrer Show, The Leonard Lopate Show and many others. WNYC also features NPR news and programs including Morning Edition, All Things Considered and Fresh Air.
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Silicon Valley’s fastest growing companies succeed because they aren’t focused on selling

Silicon Valley’s fastest growing companies succeed because they aren’t focused on selling | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
A trait shared by the fastest growing and most disruptive companies in history—Google, Amazon, Uber, AirBnb, and eBay—is that they aren’t focused on selling products, they are building platforms. The ability to leverage the network effects of a platform is something that the technology industry learned long ago—and perfected. It is what gives Silico
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Here’s Why You Should Consider Converting Your Music To A=432 Hz

Here’s Why You Should Consider Converting Your Music To A=432 Hz | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Nikola Tesla “What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter.” – Albert Einstein Tesla said it. Einstein agreed. Science proved […]
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Chuck the Science Books: There's a New State of Matter

Chuck the Science Books: There's a New State of Matter | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
It's a bold claim, but it could mean a lot for the future of...everything.
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The Queen Of Code

The Queen Of Code | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
You probably don’t know the name Grace Hopper, but you should. As a rear admiral in the U.S. Navy, Hopper worked on the first computer, the Harvard Mark 1. And she headed the team that created the ...
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A 29-year-old invented a painless way to save money, and Google's buying into it

A 29-year-old invented a painless way to save money, and Google's buying into it | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
Digit figures out how much money you don't really need and deposits it into a savings account — then keeps the interest.
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12 Must Have Products Going Viral in 2017

12 Must Have Products Going Viral in 2017 | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
Must Have Viral Products. . .those words bring to mind cool products, interesting items, and wacky gizmos. Sometimes, you might be tempted to spend your whole paycheck on the amazing inventions o
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How to set up a VPN in 10 minutes for free (and why you urgently need one)

How to set up a VPN in 10 minutes for free (and why you urgently need one) | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
Soon every mistake you’ve ever made online will not only be available to your internet service provider (ISP) — it will be available to any corporation or foreign government who wants to see those…
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Home Computers Connected to the Internet Aren't Private, Court Rules

Home Computers Connected to the Internet Aren't Private, Court Rules | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
A judge in Virginia rules that people should have no expectation of privacy on their home PCs because no connected computer "is immune from invasion."
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What Can Programmers and Writers Learn From One Another?

What Can Programmers and Writers Learn From One Another? | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
Simple, elegant solutions work, no matter the discipline.
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New Open Source Project: Daybreak, a Simple Key/Value Database for Ruby

New Open Source Project: Daybreak, a Simple Key/Value Database for Ruby | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
A couple of weeks ago, in an article about the science behind the Message Machine project, we mentioned the custom key-value store we built to store non-relational data. Today, we're open sourcing the library which we're calling Daybreak.
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The Best Time to Post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in 2016

The Best Time to Post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in 2016 | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
As a social media marketer, you always want to make sure that your timing is right, and that your content isn’t being sent into a deep, dark abyss.
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The Internet Economy

The Internet Economy | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
We are living in an era of bundling. The big five consumer tech companies — Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Microso…
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Tesla's solar-powered, free-to-use Superchargers growing like weeds worldwide

Tesla's solar-powered, free-to-use Superchargers growing like weeds worldwide | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
21st century infrastructure to help us get off oil.
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UEA mathematician solves 60-year-old problem - Press Release - UEA

UEA mathematician solves 60-year-old problem - Press Release - UEA | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
A 60-year old maths problem first put forward by Nobel laureate Enrico Fermi has been solved by researchers at the University of East Anglia, the Università degli Studi di Torino (Italy) and the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (US). A 60-year old maths problem first put forward by Nobel laureate Enrico Fermi has been solved by researchers at the University of East Anglia, the Università degli Studi di Torino (Italy) and the...
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Revenge of the nerds

Revenge of the nerds | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
Which degrees give the best financial returns? American universities*, selectivity and returns All degreesEng/comp/mathBus/econScienceHumanitiesArts *Sample of 452...
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Top 10 Tech Skills Employers Are Looking For - Indeed Blog

Top 10 Tech Skills Employers Are Looking For - Indeed Blog | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
The tech industry is one of the verticals hiring the most on Indeed today, and STEM jobs (those positions that require skills related to Science, Technolog
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The World’s Email Encryption Relies on a Guy Who Is Going Broke

The World’s Email Encryption Relies on a Guy Who Is Going Broke | Tech Culture | Scoop.it
The World’s Email Encryption Relies on a Guy Who Is Going Broke
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