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28 mars

Engadget

Techmeme

hack a day

  • 10:01
    If Star Trek taught us anything, it’s clearly that we’re not quite in the future yet. Case in point: androids are not supposed to be little flecks of printed circuits with wires and jacks sprouting off them. Androids are supposed to be gorgeous fembots in polyester kimonos with beehive hairdos, designed to do our bidding and controlled by flashing, beeping, serial number necklaces. Not willing to wait till the 23rd century for this glorious day, [Peter Walsh] designed and built his own android amulet prop from the original series episode “I, Mudd.” There’s a clip below if you need a refresher (...) --
  • 07:00
    Economies of scale and mass production bring us tons of stuff for not much money. And sometimes, that stuff is hackable. Case in point: the $5 Sonoff WiFi Smart Switch has an ESP8266 inside but the firmware isn’t very flexible. The device is equipped with the bare minimum 1 MB of SPI flash memory. Even worse, it doesn’t have the I2C ports exposed so that you can’t just connect up your own sensors and make them much more than just a switch. But that’s why we have soldering irons, right? [Jack] fixed his, and documented the procedure. He starts off by soldering a female header to the board (...) --

Engadget

Techmeme

The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

Techmeme

Daring Fireball

  • 05:56
    Joe Flint and Shalini Ramachandran, reporting for The Wall Street Journal: It is expanding into new genres such as children’s fare, reality TV and stand-up comedy specials — including a $40 million deal for two shows by Chris Rock. The shift has unnerved some TV networks that had become used to Netflix’s original content being focused on scripted dramas and sitcoms. Netflix’s spending on original and acquired programming this year is expected to be more than $6 billion, up from $5 billion last year, more than double what Time Warner Inc.’s HBO spends and five times as much as 21st Century (...)
  • 05:18
    David Sparks: When Apple first announced this new system, I expected it would be years before we saw it on iPhones. The iPhone is the lifeblood of Apple and changing filesystems can sometimes cause problems. Now here we are less than 12 months after announcement and Apple’s installing APFS across all iPhones and iPads. Following my usual “fire, ready, aim” philosophy about these things, I already updated all of my iOS devices and while the update took a while (converting a file system is never a fast process), everything went just fine and devices are all working just like before. Indeed, (...)
  • 04:44
    Apple: The opportunity to buy tickets to WWDC 2017 is offered by random selection. Register by Friday, March 31 at 10:00 a.m. PDT for your chance to join thousands of others coming together to change the world. Also, save the date: the live episode of The Talk Show will be held Tuesday evening, June 6, in the gorgeous California Theatre right across the street from the McEnery Convention Center. I’ll post ticketing information soon. ★

Engadget

NYT > Circuits

Boing Boing

  • 06:03
    I get a huge kick out of the videos of the always-entertaining nerd whisperer Jenny Nicholson. If you haven't seen her channel, check it out and watch as she sits on her bed, surrounded by sci-fi plushies, and shares her quirky, sometimes labyrinthine, and often convincing theories and opinions on sci-fi and fantasy films, comic books, novels, and other nerd media fodder. In her latest video, she answers many requests she's apparently had for doing ASMR videos by explaining ten reasons why her answer is no. But she delivers her ten reason AS an ASMR video, right down to tapping, (...) -- Video, asmr, brains are weird
  • 00:26
    Carla and I took a one-week trip to Tokyo. It was my sixth visit to Japan's capital, and it was my favorite so far. For the next few days, I'll be writing about recommended things to do there. See them all here. [caption id="attachment_516200" align="alignnone" width="680"] Image: Wikipedia/Pawel Loj[/caption] I don't think you're supposed to fry onigiri, at least not the triangle-shaped ones that you buy at convenience stores in Japan. But that's what I did when I made breakfast in our Airbnb on our first morning in Tokyo. The onigiri weren't wrapped in seaweed, and they didn't have a (...) -- Post, tokyo travel tips

TechCrunch

Mashable !

  • 07:39
    Lorde is from New Zealand, so the prospect of the singer dropping into a local party for an impromptu performance is unlikely, but not impossible. Some attendees at the weekly "No Lights, No Lycra" party, which takes place at Auckland's Grey Lynn Library, were convinced she was there performing Monday night.  After all, the event had promoted a very special guest: "This week we have a bit of a surprise and you will NOT want to miss it," read the event's description on Facebook. SEE ALSO: Lorde, Chance the Rapper and the Killers will headline Lollapalooza "No Lights, No Lycra" is an (...) -- Lorde, New Zealand, Australia, Entertainment
  • 05:34
    SPOILER ALERT: The nofollowing post contains spoilers for the second full Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer. Yes, I just warned against spoilers for a trailer. It's like that now. Peter Parker is just trying to hold it all together. "It all" being the Staten Island Ferry, which is breaking in two parts — split lenghtwise — in the new trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming. It's the money shot: Spidey is using his webs to literally stitch together a giant boat full of passengers. And he's got some help arriving on the big ferry's flank. That'd be Iron Man, who is spending most of this second (...) -- Sony, Marvel, Movie Trailers, Spider Man Homecoming, Spider Man
  • 05:29
    United Airlines' recent leggings ban has done much more than anger the online world — it's sparked an important discussion about the ongoing struggle women face dress in regards to unfair dress codes. Though the great "should leggings be considered pants?" debate has been around for years, the controversy surrounding women's dress codes was furiously reignited after Shannon Watts tweeted about two girls being banned from boarding a flight until they changed out of the leggings. SEE ALSO: United Airlines: 'Your leggings are welcome.' Delta: 'Duh' Following the severe backlash, Jonathan (...) -- Fashion, Dress Code, Women, Travel, Airlines
  • 05:23
    "The war is over, gunslinger," says the Man in Black — a purrier-than-usual Matthew McConaughey in this case — and thus begins the first footage ever seen from Sony Pictures' adaptation of the Stephen King saga The Dark Tower. But really, it looks more like a war is just beginning. Many years in development, this first look came Monday during Cinemacon, the annual gathering of cinema owners from around the globe and Hollywood studios who come to Las Vegas to show their wares. SEE ALSO: Stephen King's Unpublished “N.” Coming to Your Cell Phone The two minutes or so played like a trailer, (...) -- Stephen King, Idris Elba, Matthew Mcconaughey, Sony, Sony Pictures Entertainment
  • 04:05
    Despite the close distance to Australia, there are no snakes in New Zealand, bar the occasional sea snake. So you can imagine the surprise when biosecurity officials at Auckland Airport found a live snake on a plane that arrived from Australia on Sunday.  It was quickly captured by authorities, who used a bucket to contain the reptile. SEE ALSO: Once and for all, people: Stop bringing snakes on planes, because stuff like this happens "It appears the snake had crawled into the wheel housing of a private jet that arrived from Brisbane," Craig Hughes from New Zealand's Ministry of Primary (...) -- Animals, Snakes, Snake, Australia, New Zealand
  • 03:59
    We just found our favorite minor league baseball player. Never mind that we've never even seen him field a grounder or swing a bat.  But first, we must set the stage.  SEE ALSO: Taco Bell's cute baseball tweet is everything that's wrong with America If the name "Matt Foley" rings a bell, that's because of arguably the greatest Saturday Night Live sketch of all time.  Surely, you recall this bit, in which Chris Farley (RIP) plays a "motivational speaker" named Matt Foley who lives in a van down by the river. (In case you don't remember, highlights from the bit are embedded atop this post (...) -- Baseball, Snl, Saturday Night Live, Watercooler, Mlb
  • 03:36
    Now you can explore Donald Trump's office in 360 degrees.  Just don't expect to find him there.  SEE ALSO: Fox News gets trolled after alerting the world that Trump was 'working' all weekend On Sunday, the White House posted a photo of the Oval Office on its Facebook page. By clicking around or moving your phone, you can explore the entire room. It's admittedly pretty cool, even if these types of photos aren't anything new.  But President Trump is conspicuously absent from the photo. It's literally just a room shot, albeit a really detailed shot showing every nook and cranny of the Oval (...) -- Barack Obama, Oval Office, White House, Donald Trump, 360 Degree Photos
  • 03:00
    He may not be on set, but Chris Hemsworth would still prefer people not step between him and the camera. Any camera. The Australian actor posted an amusing photo of his friends Luke Mun and April Mun posing with beers in hand by a pool on his Instagram Monday.  SEE ALSO: Chris Hemsworth goes full beast mode in intense workout video Little do the pair know, but Hemsworth is effortlessly photobombing their shot, shirtless and with a drink in hand. Nothing but Thor chilling, you guys. A post shared by Chris Hemsworth (ⓐchrishemsworth) on Mar 27, 2017 at 2:11am PDT Hemsworth's being (...) -- Watercooler, Thor, Chris Hemsworth, Australia
  • 02:46
    There were plenty of memorable characters in Westworld Season 1 — but one guest star made a huge impression on viewers despite only appearing in a few scenes, and it looks like the showrunners were paying attention. Louis Herthum, who played Peter Abernathy — the "father" of Evan Rachel Wood's Dolores — in Season 1, has been promoted to series regular status for Season 2, Mashable has confirmed. SEE ALSO: 'Westworld' boss reveals huge moment you probably missed in the Season 1 finale Herthum delivered a powerhouse performance in the Season 1 premiere, transitioning from a loving father to (...) -- Hbo, Evan Rachel Wood, Louis Herthum, Westworld Season 2, Westworld
  • 02:38
    It's hard out there for a keyboard jockey.  Thankfully, Night Shift is here to save the day (er, night).  Spending long hours staring at a computer has its ill effects, one of which being that the blue light pouring out of the screen is thought to wreak havoc on people's circadian rhythms. This in turn makes it harder to fall asleep at night once that laptop is eventually put away.  In other words, your beloved MacBook might be messing up your slumber time.  MacOS' Sierra 10.12.4 update takes care of that inconvenience by making standard a feature that once required the third-party app (...) -- Macbook, Sleep, Night Shift, Apple, Tech
  • 02:11
    One thing to know about Cyclone Debbie, which is set to lash the northeast Australian coast Tuesday: It's big. That's abundantly clear in footage captured by the International Space Station (ISS). Posted by the Force Thirteen YouTube channel, which tracks tropical cyclones, the ISS apparently caught Cyclone Debbie as it intensified in the Coral Sea. As of writing, the eye wall of the cyclone was starting to hit parts of Queensland's Whitsunday IslandsAccording to the Bureau of Meteorology, the cyclone is Category 4, with possible wind gusts to 250 kilometres (155 miles) per hour. (...) -- Queensland, Weather, Australia, International Space Station, Cyclone Debbie
  • 01:02
    Miles Teller is headed to the small screen. The Whiplash actor has landed the lead role in Amazon's drama series Too Old to Die Young, Mashable has confirmed. The show, from Nicolas Winding Refn (Neon Demon), explores the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles. SEE ALSO: Netflix and Amazon finally win Oscars Teller will play a police officer entangled in the world of assassins. Refn will direct the entire series. This is the latest Amazon show to attract a big Hollywood A-lister. Amazon already has a few projects in the works, including one from David O. Russell starring Julianne Moore (...) -- Nicolas Winding Refn, Amazon Studios, Film, Tv, Miles Teller
  • 00:57
    Sometimes fashion just trumps function.  If that means cracking open your brand new red iPhone 7, voiding the warranty and potentially breaking it? Then so be it.  Because when it comes to replacing the white front on a red iPhone 7 with the much-cooler black bezel from a different phone there's really not that much of a choice. That black-widow style is just too badass to pass up, and if Apple won't manufacture it for you then you'll just have to do it yourself. Actually, never mind. This is an awful idea, and as you risk destroying your phone in the process. You definitely shouldn't do (...) -- Apple, Cellphone, Mobile, Diy, Iphone 7
  • 00:54
    More than a decade after Andy Rubin sold his Android mobile operating system to Google, he's back in the mobile phone game.  SEE ALSO: A new update will finally kill the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 once and for all On Monday he posted a tweet with a sneak peek at the upcoming phone from his new company, Essential. In the super vague post, Rubin, who left Google several years ago, wrote he was "eager to get it in more people's hands." We have to assume he's talking about the phone someone's holding in the picture. All we can see of the phone is the top right corner where it shows the time and (...) -- Iphone, Pixel, Cellphone, Smartphones, Andy Rubin
  • 00:36
    Looks like Uber needs some help.  Business Insider's Biz Carson uncovered Monday a new job opening at Uber, the ride-hailing company currently under intense public scrutiny in the wake of a series of ongoing public relations and human resources scandals. So what's the latest hire? If you guessed "Chief Public Perception Janitor," well, close enough: The company's now looking for a head of brand strategy, which, presumably involves doing anything and everything differently than what they're doing right now.   SEE ALSO: Uber's ratings are in the toilet "This person will spearhead (...) -- Silicon Valley, Jobs, Travis Kalanick, Delete Uber, Uber
  • 00:30
    Faraday Future's had a hard time getting its Tesla rival on the road. This isn't going to help.  The electric vehicle company halted talks with the government of Vallejo, California, on Friday to build a second factory there, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.  SEE ALSO: Does This New Electric Bike Get Your Wheels Turning? Faraday's plan now is to focus on finishing its $1 billion factory in the northern part of Las Vegas. That factory has itself been beset by cash problems. Construction paused in November because the company couldn't pay contractors to finish the job, and only (...) -- Electric Cars, Electric Vehicles, Tesla, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 00:18
    Fitness trackers have historically been kind of, well, ugly. That changed last year with the Fitbit Alta, a sleek device that compromised a bit on fitness functionality. The company's back with an upgrade, the Alta HR, which aims to give fashion-savvy workout warriors an appealing device with better features. It contains a version of Fitbit's PurePulse heart rate monitor technology, previously found in the bulkier Charge 2 band and Blaze smartwatch.  The Alta HR mostly accomplishes its goals, but it leaves a bit to be desired when it comes to down and dirty fitness tracking. The heart (...) -- Sleep, Sleep Products, Fitness Tracker, Wearable Tech, Heart Rate Monitor
  • 00:09
    As if we needed more proof that Tony Stark, we mean, Lex Luthor, we mean Elon Musk, is really worried about robot overlords. The Tesla and Space X CEO is so worried he wants to figure out a way to keep humans at the top of the proverbial food chain as we enter the age of AI.  Musk just launched Neuralink Corp., which will work to merge the human brain with computers through "neural lace" technology, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. The company will work to develop technology that would essentially serve as a layer of AI inside the human brain. This has been an ongoing (...) -- Neurotechnology, Artificial Intelligence, Spacex, Tesla, Elon Musk
  • 00:08
    God help us: It's promposal season. Though prom is still three months away for most high school seniors, teen Twitter is brimming with extravagant proposals, each more elaborate than the last. I mean, where are all these teens finding jars with roses in them? SEE ALSO: Teen attempts a sweet promposal, things get awkward fast But despite the inherent corniness of such grand gestures, this Pixar-inspired promposal got us. S/O TO ALL MY PIXAR FANS OUT THERE, THIS ONES FOR YOU, #Prom #Ade #Trent pic.twitter.com/tzRuhzmjR0 — Tyler Chipwood (ⓐ_Chipwood_) March 22, 2017 Teen Tyler Chipwood (...) -- High School, Teens, Up, Pixar, Promposal

MacRumors

  • 06:27
    iOS 10.3, released to the public this morning, fixes a bug that allowed scammers to attempt to extort money from iOS users through a JavaScript pop-up in Safari. As explained by mobile security firm Lookout (via Ars Technica), the scammers targeted iOS users viewing pornographic material and abused JavaScript pop-ups to create an endless pop-up loop that essentially locked the browser if the user didn't know how to bypass it. Using "scareware" messages and posing as law enforcement, the scammers used the pop-ups to extort money in the form of iTunes gift cards from the victim, promising (...) -- iOS 10

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Lifehacker

TechCrunch

hack a day

  • 04:00
    We love taking on new and awesome builds, but finding that second part (the “awesome”) of each project is usually the challenge. Looks like [Nathan Seidle] is making awesome the focus of the R&D push he’s driving at Sparkfun. They just put up this safe cracking project which includes a little gamification. The origin story of the safe itself is excellent. [Nate’s] wife picked it up on Craig’s List cheap since the previous owner had forgotten the combination. We’ve seen enough reddit/imgur threads to not care at all what’s inside of it, but we’re all about cracking the code. The SparkX (the new (...) --

Engadget

Techmeme

Wired News : Top Stories

kottke.org

  • 03:28
    Rayna is a small child who thinks this hot water heater looks like a robot and she is determined to say hi to it and tell it that she loves it. THIS IS THE CUTEST THING OF ALL TIME THAT IS NOT THAT PHOTO OF OTTERS HOLDING HANDS SO THEY DON'T DRIFT AWAY FROM EACH OTHER WHILE SLEEPING. In the future, when humanity is on trial for the mistreatment of machines, our randomly assigned legal algorithm will introduce this video as Exhibit A in our defense. I like our chances. Tags: robots (...)

Techmeme

Boing Boing

  • 02:07
    Mr. Grabher's personalized plate, GRABHER, has never been a problem until this year's renewal. The BBC reports that the Nova Scotian motorist was refused permission to plate up his own name—of fine German vintage—by the local transport department. He blames Trump. "I've never once had anybody come up to me and say they were offended," Mr Grabher told CBC News. "They would look at it and say, 'Am I reading this right?' And I would go, 'Yes.' "And they would go, 'Is this your last name?' And I would go, 'Yes.' And they would always just give a little chuckle." Mr Grabher said he thinks (...) -- Post, custom plates, grabher, trump

Techmeme

kottke.org

Boing Boing

MacRumors

  • 00:55
    Based on supply chain analysis nofollowing a trip to Asia, Susquehanna Financial Group analyst Christopher Rolland (via Barron's) believes Apple's third-generation Apple Watch may introduce cellular connectivity, a feature that's been long rumored for the device. Specifically, Rolland suggests the 2017 Apple Watch will include a SIM card for LTE connectivity and that the next-generation device will be promoted alongside the AirPods. We understand a model of the next Apple watch will include a SIM card, and therefore is likely to support LTE. We understand some issues remain, including (...) -- Apple Watch, iPhone 8, Susquehanna

Lifehacker

BetaNews.Com

  • 00:01
    When you are building a PC, you should never purchase low-quality RAM from a little-known vendor. Bad memory can lead to huge headaches, such as program crashes and blue screens of death on Windows. Troubleshooting corrupt sticks can be quite the tedious affair -- it is not worth the cost savings. There are many quality memory-makers nowadays, such as G.SKILL and Kingston. Regarding the latter, the company offers an enthusiast gaming brand, called HyperX. Today, the company announces a refresh of its popular value-focused FURY RAM. These sticks come in frequencies up to 2666MHz, with your (...) -- [Continue Reading]

27 mars

The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

Mashable !

  • 23:52
    It's something that's come to be reviled, the very thing that may have cost America a presidential election — fake news. And the horrible phenomenon that's been called out by everyone from former President Barack Obama to Apple CEO Tim Cook now has a video game all about it. Yes, you can actually climb inside the minds of real-life humans who distribute lies for moneyFake It to Make It describes itself as "a social impact game about fake news." By that definition, it's less a celebration of fake news and more a socially conscious dissection of it. Well, that's at least what it's (...) -- America, Politics, Trump, Gaming, Video Game
  • 23:31
    It's a view that very few people will ever get to see firsthand: Legs dangling in free fall above the Earth with nothing but empty space between you and the planet's blue surface 250 miles below.  If you're an astronaut on a spacewalk, however, this vertigo-inducing perspective is something you'll need to get used to, and fast.  SEE ALSO: NASA Space Selfie Is Out of This World NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough shared his unique perspective with people on social media after he ventured outside the International Space Station for a spacewalk on March 24.  View of our spectacular planet (and (...) -- European Space Agency, Space, Science, Space Station, International Space Station
  • 23:21
    If you've never known the joys of a review from Jason "VideoGameDunkey" Gastrow then we have got a treat for you. In his latest video, Dunkey turns his ire toward Mass Effect: Andromeda. The results are... not pretty. Dunkey eviscerates the game that his YouTube description refers to as "the Battlefield Earth of video games" (OUCH). We didn't like Andromeda much either, but Dunkey articulates his very valid and correct criticisms in such a funny way. Whether you're loving the game or you decided to pass on it, this review is worth watching. Read more... More about Bioware, Mass Effect (...) -- Bioware, Mass Effect Andromeda, Gaming, Entertainment
  • 23:21
    We all get what this shirt spotted Monday at the Trump Tower gift shop in New York City is getting at — it's not that complicated. It's a witty diss at the mainstream media that Donald Trump has made clear is a failing pile of garbage and terrible at its job.  SEE ALSO: Donald Trump's inauguration poster has an embarrassing typo But it missed the chance to be a really great shirt all because of bad graphic design.  For sale in the Trump Tower gift shop pic.twitter.com/NDuhtTZjQX — Edward-Isaac Dovere (ⓐIsaacDovere) March 27, 2017 Instead of a funny take on the STFU phrase, the shirt (...) -- Media, Trump Tower, Donald Trump, Fake News, Watercooler
  • 23:15
    Florida: you can golf year round, but there's no guarantee your ball will ever get to the green.  Golfer Dan McNamara was playing a round at Rotunda West when he encountered the gator and watched as it ate a player's ball, then receded into the lake according to WPTV5.  It's a reptilian power move if there's ever been one.  The gator maintains some serious eye contact while chomping down on the ball, but graciously takes it home to eat.  SEE ALSO: Iguana, who answers to no man, wreaks havoc at the Miami Open tennis tournament McNamara posted the video with the caption, "Not sure how to (...) -- Alligator, Florida, Watercooler
  • 23:14
    After a zeitgeist-defining freshman season that arrived smack dab in the middle of the McConaissance, general consensus is that True Detective kind of went off the rails in Season 2, and HBO has yet to greenlight Nic Pizzolatto's buzzy anthology series for Season 3.  But a third outing is inching closer to reality, according to EW, which reports that Emmy-winning writer-producer David Milch (creator of Deadwood and NYPD Blue) "is coming on board to work with Pizzolatto."  Pizzolatto, who created the show and has written every episode so far (sharing co-writing credit with Scott Lasser for (...) -- Nic Pizzolatto, David Milch, True Detective Season 3, True Detective, Entertainment
  • 23:13
    Thanks to a pretty cool new feature on Facebook, you can now send direct messages to your elected representatives. Just go to your "Settings" tab and enter your address to see a list of your reps and policymakers at the highest levels—including the vice president and president. And start chatting away. But even though we're sure you've got plenty of things to message Donald Trump about, you're going to have to wait on that. SEE ALSO: New 'Tiny Trumps' meme has flooded the internet big time Many politicians have jumped on board with the new feature, but shooting off a DM to Trump himself (...) -- Tech, Trump, Facebook, Politics, Social Media
  • 23:03
    Time and time again we have come to learn it isn't wise to come for Alicia Keys. Two weeks ago, one of the The Girl Who's On Fire's less-perfect Voice co-hosts (Adam Levine) stopped by The Howard Stern Show where he was randomly asked about Alicia being makeup-free. In response, the Maroon 5 singer told a story that would make any true Keys fan proud. SEE ALSO: Alicia Keys took her no makeup pledge to the BET red carpet Stern - who weirdly felt like the 15-time Grammy winner's personal decisions were conversation-worthy with some dude she works with - asked what Levine makes of her (...) -- Makeup, Alicia Keys, The Voice, Adam Levine, Howard Stern
  • 23:00
    Airbnb's ambition to become your travel agent just got an Australian boost. On Tuesday, the company officially launched Trips in SydneyFirst announced at the Airbnb Open conference in Los Angeles in late 2016, the new platform allows local "Experiences" to be offered to travellers as well as accommodation. SEE ALSO: Airbnb's on a problematic world tour to make your landlord like them In Sydney for the launch, Airbnb' vice president of product Joseph Zadeh said he'd had the chance to sample some of the local activities available. He tried a surf outing with big wave legend Mark (...) -- Sharing Economy, Tourism, Sydney, Australia, Trips
  • 22:57
    Wow, Wall Street actually likes Snapchat.  A bunch of banks unleashed their feelings — or rather their sophisticated reports — on the company named Snap Inc. on Monday. And it was pretty damn good for the sexting app-turned-digital juggernaut. SEE ALSO: Evan Spiegel has already made $1.5 billion off Snapchat's IPO For the ratings: Snap now has 12 "buy", 11 "holds" and six "sells," Bloomberg reported. Goldman Sachs, Citi and Jefferies are all cheering buy! "Outperform," shout RBC Capital, Credit Suisse and Cowen.  This all comes after a tough first month for Snap Inc. The stock opened at (...) -- Tech, Business, Snap Ipo, Snap Inc, Snapchat Ipo

Lifehacker

TechCrunch

Scripting News

  • 16:24
    I saw a woman the other day walking a baby carriage in the park. She was wearing tights, I guess they're called leggings. It was like she was wearing nothing. It was amazing, and beautiful and I would never ask her or any other woman to cover up. But I have to say I wondered whether it was her intention to show so much. I also observe that we are concerned about relatively light things now, considering the concerns we have had recently with the new government in the (...)

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