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26 août

Wired News : Top Stories

Seth’s Blog

  • 10:30
    How’d you perform on the sales call? It was great. How do you know? They bought. How did you play? Super. How do you know? We won. Actually, that’s selling your potential short. Even if the chip shot went in the hole, it doesn’t mean you hit the ball properly. It might simply have been a positive variance. Next time, it could easily bounce the other way. In order to improve our performance, we need to model our preparation, our effort and our form against a standard, not base it on the outcome. Because outcomes aren’t always guaranteed by our work. Just because you won doesn’t (...) -- Uncategorized

Engadget

Techmeme

The Adam Carolla Podcast

Engadget

hack a day

  • 07:00
    What’s sitting on [Bob Alexander]’s desk in the video below did not start out life as the desktop calculator it appears to be. Turning it into a standalone calculator with features the original designers couldn’t imagine turned out to be an interesting project, and a trip down the retrocomputing rabbit hole. A little explanation is in order. Sure, with its Nixie display, calculator keypad, and chunky mid-century design, the Wang 360 desktop console looks like a retro calculator. But it’s actually only a dumb terminal for a much, MUCH bigger box, called the Electronic Package, that would fit (...) -- Retrocomputing, calculator, console, gps, logarithms, nixie, pic32, retrocomputing, RPN, Wang

Techmeme

hack a day

  • 04:00
    Those alive during the 1990s will remember the clear or “crystal” versions of various home consoles. Made with the usual injection molding processes, they usually came out somewhere closer to a smoky translucency and didn’t reveal much of the insides. [BitHead1000] likes to do things right though, and has busted out an awesome acrylic case mod for his NES. The build starts with the disassembly of the original console, naturally, and the RF shielding is discarded in order to provide an unobstructed view of the internals. The acrylic case is then built up piece by piece, using the original (...) -- Nintendo Hacks, Case mod, case modding, casemod, nes, nintendo
  • 01:00
    Doesn’t the Z-axis on 3D-printers seem a little – underused? I mean, all it does is creep up a fraction of a millimeter as the printer works through each slice. It would be nice if it could work with the other two axes and actually do something interesting. Which is exactly what’s happening in the nonplanar 3D-printing methods being explored at the University of Hamburg. Printing proceeds normally up until the end, when some modifications to Slic3r allow smooth toolpaths to fill in the stairsteps and produce a smooth(er) finish. It obviously won’t work for all prints or printers, but it’s (...) -- Hackaday links, 3d printer, 6502, apple, design, diagnosis, fet, hackaday links, repair, slic3r, transistor, zine

Mashable !

  • 00:11
    Ready yourself for some Snoop Dogg Monopoly.  Hasbro, the maker of Mr. Potato Head, Twister, G.I. Joe, and the aforementioned board game designed as a "critique of American greed," is now the proud owner of Death Row Records. Yes, you read that correctly.  So reports Rolling Stone, which details the circuitous route by which the toymaker came to own a record label associated with Dr. Dre and Tupac. Hasbro, it seems, purchased an entertainment company by the name of Entertainment One earlier this week. That company just so happened to have acquired Death Row Records' catalog in 2013 for (...) -- Hasbro, Entertainment, Other

25 août

Engadget

Techmeme

Mashable !

  • 17:25
    Kaboom. Somewhere beneath the waters of the tropical Pacific Ocean, likely around the island of Tonga, a volcano recently erupted. The proof lies in a sprawling raft of extremely lightweight volcanic rock called pumice, which is so porous that it floats. NASA posted satellite images of the drifting mass on Aug. 23, though the geologic display was first spotted in mid-August.  "Many of the world's volcanoes are shrouded by the waters of the oceans," wrote NASA. "When they erupt, they can discolor the ocean surface with gases and debris. They also can spew masses of lava that are lighter (...) -- Science, Ocean, Geology, Volcanoes

Engadget

Scripting News

  • 22:21
    E-ZPass for news. I have an E-ZPass transponder on my car. This means I can drive on the highways of 18 states and the Canadian province of Ontario. The tolls are charged through the EZP system. I could drive from NY to Chicago and use it on every toll on the way, or to Florida. Anyway, I think this idea would work really well for paywalls. Collect the money if I decide to read a New Yorker or LA Times piece, even though I have't got a subscription with either, which is analogous of being able to use the toll roads of Georgia even though I'm a resident of New (...)
  • 17:31
    In a post I wrote yesterday, I referred to a scene in The Shining by embedding it, which worked fine on the web, however when I read the nightly email in Gmail, it had stripped the YouTube embed. I should have at least linked to the video. Anyway without the video, the writing made absolutely no sense. I've now fixed the post, and if you still want to read it, here's the link.
  • 16:43
    Braintrust query: In Node, a script run via eval has a runtime error. It crashes the app that called eval, even though it's called inside a try statement. Would like to know if there's a way to catch the error. Based on limited research it appears there is not.

Mashable !

  • 22:26
    All aboard for the galaxy far, far away. On Sunday at D23 Expo, Disney unveiled new details about Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, the much-hyped Star Wars resort and experience coming to Disney World in Florida.  In essence, it's a Star Wars hotel on steroids. Guests sign up for a two-day, two-night itinerary aboard the Halcyon, a "glamour starliner" with views of space out of every window — including those in each room. (For the sake of the claustrophobic, I do hope there will be some ways to look out at the real world.)  Essentially, it's a space cruise that really takes place entirely (...) -- Disney World, D23 Expo 2019, Entertainment, Star Wars, Movies Tv Shows
  • 21:39
    If you've ever wanted to visit the Marvel universe, now's your chance. Well, more accurately, next year's your chance. Disney has confirmed Avengers Campus, a new Marvel-themed land, is coming to Disney California Adventure and Disneyland Paris in 2020. The park was first teased at the last D23, back in 2017, and details have trickled out bit by bit since then. However, this year's D23 offered the most substantive information yet.  Walt Disney Imagineering's Scot Drake shared that the premise is that these are campuses set up by the Avengers to recruit the next generation of (...) -- Marvel, Disney Parks, D23 Expo 2019, Entertainment, Comic Culture
  • 20:25
    On day 12, the waves picked up. Climate activist Greta Thunberg's wind-powered journey across the Atlantic Ocean hit a particularly stormy stretch on Sunday. Thunberg and her sailing team, en route to a U.N. Climate Action Summit (and Mashable's Social Good Summit) in New York City, hit rough seas some 300 miles from Canada's Nova Scotia. She noted this in a brief Twitter video update, soon after a wave crashed over the boat.  "It's very rough with very high waves," Thunberg said. Amid a long seafaring journey surrounded by boundless waters and the formation of a tropical storm in the (...) -- Science, Climate Change, Oceans, Greta Thunberg, Social Good Summit 2019
  • 20:04
    Andrew Finch was shot dead by police on Dec. 28, 2017. Officials hope a new system will prevent a similar death from ever happening again.  The 28-year-old man was simply minding his own business at his home in Wichita, Kansas, when police officers arrived in response to a call alerting them to a nonexistent hostage situation at his address. Finch had been swatted, and the consequences of this specific form of online harassment were as deadly as they were predictable. The introduction of a new voluntary registry for individuals who believe they might become victims of a similar attack (...) -- Swatting, Tech, Gaming
  • 19:55
    The OA was something special, and its fans are now finding ways to rep both the show and its big ideas in their daily lives. We know by now that the canceled Netflix series wasn't for everyone. But creators Brit Marling (who also starred) and Zal Batmanglij blended an assortment of sci-fi and supernatural elements together into a stew that practically demanded further conversation. For two seasons, Marling and Batmanglij weaved a mystery that was as enthralling as it was cryptic. It's the kind of story that begged for the sort of fan theorizing that trails lots of other popular shows, (...) -- Netflix, The Oa, Brit Marling, Entertainment, Movies Tv Shows
  • 16:31
    When I first stumbled upon the trailer for Brittany Runs A Marathon, I was worried. A narrative that centers around a woman in her pursuit of weight loss via an enormous physical feat, i.e. a marathon, has the potential to be extremely tone deaf and surface level if not executed with the right amount of sensitivity and care. The film is funny, and Jillian Bell soars, but my suspicions were unfortunately somewhat correct. The jarring part of the story is that it begins with Brittany going on an ill-advised trip to the doctor; she's hoping to be prescribed Adderall in a thinly veiled (...) -- Marathon, Jillian Bell, Eating Disorder, Entertainment, Health
  • 14:00
    A new exhibit now on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) highlights the sounds we unthinkingly produce when sending Snapchat videos back and forth. Called "Sound Stories," it uses the sounds of snaps to comment on themes like social media's effect on self expression, the nature of art, and interconnectedness.  "It's a new kind of audio-visual language," artist Christian Marclay said. "We're not really conscious of how we're expressing ourselves, but we are." Perhaps the most curious of the five installations is The Organ: a keyboard that visitors can play, that plays a (...) -- Art, Snapchat, Sound, Museum, Tech
  • 12:41
    Recently got a new 4K TV, but noticed the speakers lack the oomph when watching an action movie? Lucky for you, Amazon is offering a Samsung HW-R550 soundbar for $227.99, saving you $52 off the listed price. Also comes with a wireless subwoofer, so you can feel the subtle rumble of earth-shattering sounds as they pound the air around you. Not yet got a 4K TV? With Labor Day approaching, Amazon is also offering a wide range of 4K TVs and audio devices, saving you up to $1000 off the listed price. Check out more of today's best deals from Amazon, Walmart, Rakuten, and Costco for Sunday, (...) -- Gaming, Headphones, Smart Home, Mashable Shopping, 4k Smart Tv
  • 11:30
    TL;DR: The powerful Google Home Max smart speaker is on sale in the PCMag Shop for $249.99. It's normally $399.99, so you'll save 17%. It's rare for a product to earn a Mashable's Choice Award. It's even more rare for a product to earn a Mashable's Choice Award *and* a coveted Editor's Choice Award from the good people over at PCMag (which is owned by Mashable's publisher, Ziff Davis). Yet somehow the Google Home Max pulled it off. Nabbing an average score of just over 4/5 stars between the two sites, the Google Home Max is one of the few smart speakers on the market that doesn't skimp (...) -- Google Assistant, Google Home, Mashable Shopping, Smart Speakers, Google Home Max
  • 11:15
    Well, dearest Mashable readers, another week has come and gone. One where the heavy-hitters of the fast food game warred over chicken sandwiches and tons of celebrities fell for an Instagram privacy hoax. Yes, a lot can happen in seven days on the internet. And of course, the passing of another week also means the depths of Amazon have replenished themselves once again with a healthy dose of weird. So let's dive in, shall we? Here are some of the weirdest things we unearthed on Amazon this week:  The perfect addition to your at home pet spa Image:   Puff-N-Fluff This year's National (...) -- Humor, Amazon, Weird, Culture, Mashable Shopping
  • 11:00
    TL;DR: Snag the U-Drive DVR dash cam for $19.99 in the Mashable Shop. It's typically $39.99 so you'll save 50%. Look, accidents happen. No matter who you are, what you do, or how good of a driver you think you are, there's always a chance things could go awry on the road. It's life, y'all. And when crazy things happen on the road, having this U-Drive DVR dash cam can make all the difference. You shouldn't have to catch every single detail when you get into an accident — especially when you're not the cause — but people be crazy. This dash cam can act as your best witness to the madness, (...) -- Cars, Car, Dashcam, Dash Cam, Mashable Shopping
  • 11:00
    TL;DR: Grab five years of PureVPN for $69.99 in the Mashable Shop. It's typically $199.95, so you'll save 64%. If you're still surfing online without a VPN, wake up. Your personal information, your passwords, and basically every move you make on the web are being watched. Privacy on the internet is practically extinct and the only way to protect yourself is by using a virtual private network. Thankfully, many consumers are slowly waking up to the importance of securing their online activities, which means the VPN market is booming. That also means the services are offering more for less (...) -- Online, Vpn, Mashable Shopping, Mashable Shop, Tech
  • 11:00
    TL;DR: Snag the gorgeous Inspired Home Bel Fer cast iron enameled cookware collection for $115 in the Mashable Shop. It's typically $299.99, so you'll save 61%. Cast iron cookware is a many-splendored thing. It practically defies the laws of nature by heating food evenly every time, in addition to basically outliving humans. So you can see why it's so popular among both professional chefs and average home cooks. While we all wish we could fill our cabinets with fancy Le Creuset pieces, there's actually no need to break the bank to get quality cast iron cookwareThis gorgeous alternative (...) -- Food Preparation, Cast Iron, Mashable Shopping, Cookware, Cookware Sets
  • 01:11
    Where the hell is Jesse Pinkman? That's what cops want to know in the first teaser for the forthcoming Breaking Bad story, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.  And Skinny Pete isn't saying a word. "In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future," a release from Netflix explains. The thriller is written and directed by Vince Gilligan, the creator of Breaking Bad, and will star Aaron Paul.  El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie hits Netflix Oct. 11 Read more... More about Netflix, Breaking Bad, Entertainment, and (...) -- Netflix, Breaking Bad, Entertainment, Movies Tv Shows
  • 01:05
    Even if he's out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tom Holland's time as Spider-Man isn't done. He's still under contract for one more go as Spidey of course, as he himself said back in 2016. But speaking to Entertainment Weekly at D23 Expo, Holland seemed downright jubilant about his future as Marvel's — but not necessarily the MCU's — friendly neighborhood wall-crawler. "[A]ll I know is that I'm going to continue playing Spider-Man and having the time of my life," Holland said. "It's going to be so fun, however we choose to do it. The future for Spider-Man will be different, but it will (...) -- Sony, Marvel, Spider Man, Tom Holland, D23 Expo 2019

Programmable Web

TechCrunch

  • 17:44
    Hostinger said it has reset user passwords as a “precautionary measure” after it detected unauthorized access to a database containing information on millions of its customers. The breach is said to have happened on Thursday. The company said in a blog post it received an alert that one of its servers was improperly accessed. Using an access token found on the server, which can give access to systems without needing a username or a password, the hacker gained further access to the company’s systems, including an API database. That database contained customer usernames, email addresses, and (...) -- Security, api, computer security, cybercrime, data breach, data security, identity theft, Password, Prevention, security, security breaches
  • 17:27
    “The Red Sea Diving Resort,” a new film on Netflix, is based on the true story of Mossad agents who took over an abandoned holiday resort in Sudan to smuggle Jewish Ethiopian refugees out of the country. As we explain in the latest episode of the Original Content podcast, the film feels like it’s made in the “Argo” mold, fashioning a political thriller out of a too-crazy-for-fiction events. But it’s not as well-made as “Argo,” while struggling with the same challenges — mixing serious and comedic tones, and balancing real-world politics with blockbuster thrills. The balance feels particularly (...) -- subscribe using Apple Podcasts, send us feedback directly
  • 15:30
    Kyle Dent Contributor Kyle Dent is a Research Area Manager for PARC, a Xerox Company, focused on the interplay between people and technology. He also leads the ethics review committee at PARC. Artificial intelligence is now being used to make decisions about lives, livelihoods, and interactions in the real world in ways that pose real risks to people. We were all skeptics once. Not that long ago, conventional wisdom held that machine intelligence showed great promise, but it was always just a few years away. Today there is absolute faith that the future has arrived. It’s not that (...) -- Column, Amazon, arizona, articles, artificial intelligence, autonomous car, cybernetics, Emerging-Technologies, Facebook, machine learning, major, new york city, technology, Uber, United States, wisconsin, yale
  • 15:00
    Cryptocurrencies are a religion as much as they are a technology. They almost have to be, given their adherents’ gargantuan ambition of fundamentally changing how the world works. This means they attract charlatans, lunatics, frauds, and false prophets, and furious battles are waged over doctrinal hairspliitting; but it also means they inspire intransigent beliefs which can, and do, unify many thousands of wildly different people across continents and time zones. This occurred to me while I was rereading Gibbon’s Decline and Fall, as one does, and in particular its depictions of the early (...) -- Opinion, TC
  • 13:00
    Hey. This is Week-in-Review, where I give a heavy amount of analysis and/or rambling thoughts on one story while scouring the rest of the hundreds of stories that emerged on TechCrunch this week to surface my favorites for your reading pleasure. Last week, I talked about Snap’s bizarre decision to keep pursuing hardware without really changing their overarching strategy. The big story Google isn’t so sweet these days. The company’s beloved naming scheme of alphabetizing sugary things dies with Android Pie. The company announced this week that they’re dumping the dessert scheme for a much (...) -- TC, Android, Apple, Google, iPhone, Nike, operating system, Patrick Byrne, TechCrunch, Week in Review, Y Combinator

Techmeme

hack a day

  • 22:00
    The Glia project aims to create a suite of free and open-source medical equipment that can be assembled cheaply and easily when and where it’s needed. Even essential tools like stethoscopes and tourniquets can be difficult to acquire in certain parts of the world, especially during times of war or civil unrest. But armed with a 3D printer and the team’s open-source designs, an ad-hoc factory can start producing these lifesaving tools anywhere on the planet. Glia member [Tarek Loubani] has recently written a blog post discussing the team’s latest release: an otoscope that can be built for as (...) -- Medical Hacks, Tool Hacks, freecad, Glia, libre, medical devices, open hardware, openscad, tinkercad

Boing Boing

Engadget

BetaNews.Com

  • 13:10
    We are frequently advised to ensure that all of the latest Windows updates are installed in the name of security, as well as to ensure that we have access to all of the latest features. But sometimes things go wrong, as the KB4505903 update for Windows 10 illustrates. This cumulative update was released a little while back -- July 26, to be precise -- but over the intervening weeks, problems have emerged with Bluetooth. You may find that you're not able to connect your Bluetooth speaker, or that audio quality is terrible. Microsoft has a workaround. See also: Microsoft and… [Continue (...) -- [Continue Reading]

hack a day

  • 19:00
    There’s no doubting the allure of a nicely crafted LED cube; likewise, there’s no doubting that they can be a tremendous pain to build. After all, the amount of work scales as the cube of the number of LEDs you want each side to have, and let’s face it – with LED cubes, the bigger, the better. What to do about all that tedious lead forming? [TylerTimoJ]’s solution is a custom-designed lead-forming tool, and we have to say we’re mighty impressed by it. His LED cubes use discrete RGB LEDs, the kind with four leads, each suspended in space by soldering them to wires. For the neat appearance (...) -- Misc Hacks, Robots Hacks, bending, circuit sculputure, die, lead forming, Leads, led, LED cube, mandrel, servos, solenoid, trimmer
  • 16:00
    In a stiflingly hot lecture tent at CCCamp on Friday, Adam Harvey took to the stage to discuss the huge data sets being used by groups around the world to train facial recognition software. These faces come from a variety of sources and soon Adam and his research collaborator Jules LaPlace will release a tool that makes these dataset searchable allowing you to figure out if your face is among the horde. Facial recognition is the new hotness, recently bubbling up to the consciousness of the general public. In fact, when boarding a flight from Detroit to Amsterdam earlier this week I was (...) -- cons, cccamp, CCCamp2019, face recognition, facial recognition
  • 13:00
    One of the core lessons any physics student will come to realize is that the more you know about physics, the less intuitive it seems. Take the nature of light, for example. Is it a wave? A particle? Both? Neither? Whatever the answer to the question, scientists are at least able to exploit some of its characteristics, like its ability to bend and bounce off of obstacles. This camera, for example, is able to image a room without a direct light-of-sight as a result. The process works by pointing a camera through an opening in the room and then strobing a laser at the exposed wall. The (...) -- Software Hacks, 3d model, camera, code, corner, hidden, image processing, software

Techmeme

Cool Tools

  • 18:00
    Sign up here to get Recomendo a week early in your inbox. Tip to keep your home address off the internet This tip comes from my friend Cory Doctorow, my co-editor at Boing Boing. Last year he posted a tip on how to keep your name and address off the internet. I’ve been using his tip and it works. He wrote, “There are dozens of free “peoplefinder” sites that buy up commercial databases and combine them with other sources to make your home address searchable. You can find instances where this has happened to you by googling your name and home address, and then you can google the removal forms (...) -- Sign up here

Scripting News

  • 17:06
    When I posted a note on Facebook for people to subscribe to the new email service, I got a bit of feedback saying it shouldn't require a Twitter login. So here's why it works that way. I am gradually adding features to my blog that involve people more in what's going on here. You can Like items. You can comment on them. And now you can receive a nightly email. All but the last require identity, and if you want any options on how you receive your email, even that feature requires identity. (No such features have been implemented yet.) We've been down this road before, it's not (...)

Mashable !

  • 17:18
    Andrew Luck, the first pick in the 2012 NFL draft and star quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, announced his retirement on Saturday. The 29-year-old is exiting the sport at a relatively young age for a player at his position, and it seems that injuries played a big role in his decision. He missed more than half of the 2015 season and all of the 2017 season, and he's been dealing with new issues as the 2019 season approaches. "I've been stuck in this process," Luck said on Saturday in a news conference called after the Colts third pre-season game — which he sat out of. "I haven't been (...) -- Nfl, Entertainment, Sports

Engadget

Seth’s Blog

  • 10:10
    Shun the people who have transgressed against cultural norms. And shun the people who have stood with those people. Shun the people who have a different solution to an urgent problem. Shun the people who didn’t invite you. Shun the people who aren’t shunning the right people. Shun those who have slighted you. And shun those who didn’t realize that they should be shunning those that you’re shunning. Not much left. Shunning is a powerful tool, it is a sanction that society uses to maintain norms. But it’s an absolute tool, a final resort. It’s possible to connect with people without (...) -- Uncategorized

Engadget

Techmeme

Engadget

Boing Boing

24 août

Scripting News

  • 17:09
    There is such a thing as a wifi thermometer.
  • 17:00
    2014: Why "coding" is the wrong word.
  • 04:08
    Today I learned, via the Daily podcast, that Lincoln's plan, after the slaves were freed, was that they would emigrate to another country. He didn't see an America with free blacks and whites co-existing as workable. This isn't what they taught us in grade school.

Mashable !

  • 23:29
    Better late than never, I guess.  YouTube, everyone's favorite place to become radicalized, announced this week that it will no longer allow videos targeted at children that have specific types of disturbing content. This move nofollows years of criticism that the video hosting site allowed bad actors to put violent and otherwise troubling content in front of kids.  "[Content] that contains mature or violent themes that explicitly targets younger minors and families in the title, description and/or tags will no longer be allowed on the platform," reads the policy update published earlier (...) -- Youtube, Kids, Tech, Big Tech Companies
  • 22:44
    It may not be the Lexington Ave and 52nd St. subway grate that transfixed the world when a gust of air blew Marilyn Monroe's dress skyward, but the effect is the same. And the star this time is a fluffy dog. This pooch, named Zoey, is just trying to beat the heat during a blazing Texas summer. When she found a sidewalk vent spouting a constant stream of cool, rushing air... she just parked herself and enjoyed the ride. The rest is (better than) history. Read more... More about Dogs, Culture, and (...) -- Dogs, Culture, Animals
  • 22:26
    Disney's return to Arendelle is just around the corner. On Saturday of D23 Expo, the creators and cast of Disney's Frozen II took center stage to tease the highly anticipated sequel, premiering in theaters Nov. 22. First-look footage, two original songs, a new poster, and an exciting casting announcement gave fans plenty to look forward to.  Here's what we learned.  Frozen and Frozen II will work together to form one complete story, answering important questions like: Why does Elsa have powers? Why was Anna born without powers? And where were King Agnarr and Queen Iduna going when their (...) -- Frozen, D23 Expo 2019, Entertainment, Movies Tv Shows
  • 22:22
    Spider-Man might be back in the hands of Sony, but Marvel stans stan on. Disney's biennial D23 Expo happens to fall just days after the not-yet-entirely-official-but-still-real-enough news that Marvel and Sony have parted ways on their joint Spider-Man endeavor. And judging by the fans on social media, many are still healing from those still-fresh wounds. One dedicated Spider-stan took the time to arrange a small memorial outside the Anaheim Convention Center, where D23 unfolds. It's a small gesture that's made a big splash among fans online. Here's another, photographic look at that (...) -- Sony, Marvel, Spider Man, D23 Expo, Entertainment
  • 22:21
    Disney is ready to unspool another fantasy. Announced Saturday at D23 Expo, Raya and the Last Dragon will be the next feature film from Disney Animation Studios, to open Nov. 25, 2020. Inspired by "the beautiful and diverse cultures of Southeast Asia," the film will be an epic adventure directed by Paul Briggs and Dean Wellins, written by Adele Lim (Crazy Rich Asians), and produced by Osnat Shurer. Raya, voiced by Cassie Steele, is a young woman on a quest to find the last dragon and save her world, the fictional land of Kumandra.  The cast of ⓐDisneyAnimation's new film Raya and the (...) -- Awkwafina, D23 Expo 2019, Entertainment, Movies Tv Shows








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