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slack hack details

By Shaikh Rafia

Reaching to become one of the top chat room service for team communications, Slack is definitely getting popular. This is a platform primarily built to make communication between teams easier. The platform, as it turns out, was hacked back in February when hackers managed to access Slack’s […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: TechNationNews.com

View the article’s original source Author: dianeravitch Ginia Bellafante has a dynamite article in The Néw York Times about a new protest organization called the “Hedge Clippers.” The Hedge Clippers picket, demonstrate, and call attention to the political activities of the 1%. In addition to promoting the proliferation of charter […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com

ios 8.2 jailbreak

By Shaikh Rafia

Today has been a busy day in the world of jailbreaking, and one that hasn’t passed without its share of drama. Jailbreak fans far and wide locked into Twitter, Weibo, and the TaiG website in anticipation of the rumored iOS 8.2 jailbreak’s appearance, which was reported to […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: TechNationNews.com

View the article’s original source Author: dianeravitch I have not read this book yet, but it looks like a must read. People are always asking, “What can I do to save our public schools? What can I do to stop the hideous explosion of testing?” This book offers answers. An […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com

View the article’s original source Author: dianeravitch Bonnie Margolin, a teacher in Florida, remembers a time before No Child Left Behind. She remembers when politicians did not tell teachers how to teach. She remembers when teaching was far more and different from preparing to take tests. We are now trapped […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com

View the article’s original source Author: DEWEY FROM DETROIT Ah, it’s good to be King Queen (is that sexist?) “We learned today, from her attorney, Secretary Clinton unilaterally decided to wipe her server clean and permanently delete all emails from her personal server,” he continued. “While it is not clear […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com

View the article’s original source Author: dianeravitch Steve Matthews, superintendent of the Novi school district, here explains how the education profession has been attacked and demonized, with premeditation. He begins: So you want to kill a profession. It’s easy. First you demonize […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com

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By Jeff Williams

Asteroids: Outpost has finally arrived as an Early Access title on Steam. While the Steam page has been populated with placeholder information, you can now purchase access to it and even play the early build.

Asteroids: Outpost is finally available for purchase and play through Steam Early Access, […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: TechNationNews.com

By Jeff Williams
Microsoft is finally listening to it’s Xbox One’s supporters by including one of the most requested features to the Xbox One, voice messaging support. This is something that should very well be fairly easy to implement, but has been missing since the Xbox One’s release.

Xbox One voice […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: TechNationNews.com

content-chemistry

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Author: Heidi Cohen

What’s your best piece of advice for readers looking to improve their marketing and why is it so important?
Focus on two things: traffic and conversion rates. Every action you take in your marketing should be designed to move one of these numbers. Your traffic […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: TechNationNews.com

View the article’s original source Author: Heidi Cohen

What’s your best piece of advice for readers looking to improve their marketing and why is it so important? Focus on two things: traffic and conversion rates. Every action you take in your marketing should be designed to […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet

View the article’s original source Author: Henry Scowcroft Angelina Jolie’s decision to have her ovaries removed dominated the headlines this week. Here’s her article in the New York Times, here’s our information for people who carry a BRCA gene fault, and here, again, is a wonderful article in Mosaic about […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: AlwaysResearching.com

View the article’s original source Author: Wren I have some good news! In July of last year I posted about a nice little product called “Label Label Key Caps.” They’re small, stretchy, color-coded rubbery covers for all the keys on your key chain, and they come with nifty labels so […]

Sat, Mar 28, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com

View the article’s original source Author: Margaret Puls-Queensland University of Queensland rightOriginal Study
Posted by Margaret Puls-Queensland on March 27, 2015 You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license.
A single-drop DNA test, which works like a pH test for swimming pools, detects […]

Fri, Mar 27, 2015
Source: AlwaysResearching.com

View the article’s original source Author: Tom Abate-Stanford Stanford University rightOriginal Study
Posted by Tom Abate-Stanford on March 27, 2015 You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license.
Computer chips, solar cells, and other electronic devices have traditionally been based on silicon, the […]

Fri, Mar 27, 2015
Source: AlwaysResearching.com

View the article’s original source Author: Kathy Weston “You have to be humble in knowing the limitations of what you’re doing” – Sir Paul Nurse If you wanted to build a house, would you entrust the whole job to a plumber? Clearly not – you’d want to assemble a broad […]

Fri, Mar 27, 2015
Source: AlwaysResearching.com

View the article’s original source Author: Casey Quinlan Participatory medicine and healthcare system transparency warrior Cyndy Nayer put this up on her blog this week, and we’re re-posting it here because it’s a message that’s got to spread. A personal account of a transaction that went very badly, and rules […]

Fri, Mar 27, 2015
Source: AlwaysResearching.com

View the article’s original source Author: Lyle Denniston At 10 a.m. Monday, the Supreme Court will hold one hour of oral argument on the procedure to be used to determine if an individual is mentally disabled and thus cannot be given a death sentence. In Brumfield v. Cain, arguing […]

Fri, Mar 27, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet

View the article’s original source Author: Danny Brown Over at Collective Bias, a “publisher of high quality user generated content that drives sales for brands and retailers”, there’s a case study about one of their campaigns. The case study shares some very impressive numbers: Looking at the image below, it […]

Fri, Mar 27, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet

View the article’s original source Author: Maureen Johnston At its Conference on March 27, 2015, the Court will consider petitions seeking review of issues such as equitable tolling in habeas proceedings, First Amendment rights of students, and a court’s denial of a criminal defendant’s constitutional right to testify. This edition […]

Fri, Mar 27, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet

View the article’s original source Author: Chris Durso When you go by the moniker, PizzaMan Dan, and own a pizza chain of the same name — you’re going to need a suitable form of transportation. Spotted at the 31st Annual International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas, the Pepperoni Corvette is […]

Fri, Mar 27, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com

View the article’s original source Author: Chris Durso If you’ve ever wondered how you could make those junk foods of yours appear more fancy… it’s all about the packaging. Dan Meth over at Buzzfeed tests this theory, by repackaging some very unsophisticated food, to make them appear more artisanal. For […]

Fri, Mar 27, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com

View the article’s original source Author: Kali Borkoski The Originalist is playing at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. from now until May 3. John Strand, the playwright, was kind enough to answer a few questions: You say that Justice Antonin Scalia intrigued you because he’s “kind of a lightning […]

Fri, Mar 27, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet

View the article’s original source Author: lrodrigues Chocolate babka is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Buttery layers of bread woven with a ribbon of chocolate is heaven in each bite. This version comes from Stir Market, an artisan bakery and restaurant in Los Angeles. This recipe makes […]

Fri, Mar 27, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com

View the article’s original source Author: Amanda @ Diary of a Semi-Health Nut (Or How NOT to Train for a 10K Race. Or the Leprechaun Chase 10K from the perspective of a lass.) I had the privilege of racing with sister Courtney at her first ever 10K race: The Nebraska […]

Thu, Mar 26, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com

View the article’s original source Author: For readers who don’t know, I’m the father of 3 young girls. This week I’ll be discussing just a smattering of the weight bias teaching they’re getting from the world around them. While I catch some of them, I’m sure there are many instances […]

Thu, Mar 26, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com

View the article’s original source Author: Wren This is going to be a catch-all post. Please be patient. First: No, I didn’t get a tattoo. I rather like them, but I’ve never had the nerve to get one myself. Recently, though, the nice folks at Healthline, who named RheumaBlog one […]

Thu, Mar 26, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com

View the article’s original source Author: Chris Durso As we all know, when gold has 24 carrots in it, it’s good stuff. So, it only makes sense to use carrots to create a gold cake. Brought to us by Instructables user, Paige Russell, the 24 Carrot Cake looks like an […]

Wed, Mar 25, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com

View the article’s original source Author: Chris Durso Fritz the golden retriever can’t catch food in his mouth… now he’s the star of your new favorite dog-fail video. The adorable canine tries, over and over again, to catch various foods in his mouth, and fails magnificently. His owner and food-tosser […]

Wed, Mar 25, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com

View the article’s original source Author: Heather Johnson-Family Volley It’s spring time which means General Conference will be here before we know it. Seventeen LDS Bloggers are joining me to share a few of our favorite things. We are so excited to be giving away over $400 in prizes. It’s […]

Wed, Mar 25, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com

View the article’s original source Author: Amanda @ Diary of a Semi-Health Nut These little fluffy bites of lemon-y heaven (AKA Lemon Snickerdoodle Funfetti Cookies) are the perfect dessert to welcome in spring, bring to your family Easter shindig, or just to satisfy your sweet tooth. The light, airy, buttery […]

Wed, Mar 25, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com

View the article’s original source Author: Chris Durso If you love Big Macs and you know it, and you really want to show it… McDonald’s Big Mac Collection is here to help. Launched this week at McWalk fashion show in Stockholm, Sweden — the collection includes bedding, active wear, pet […]

Wed, Mar 25, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com

View the article’s original source Author: For readers who don’t know, I’m the father of 3 young girls. This week I’ll be discussing just a smattering of the weight bias teaching they’re getting from the world around them. While I catch some of them, I’m sure there are many instances […]

Wed, Mar 25, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com

View the article’s original source Author: nsaunders I guess I’ve been around bioinformatics for the best part of 15 years. In that time, I’ve seen almost no improvement in the way biologists handle and use data. If anything I’ve seen a decline, perhaps because the data have become larger and […]

Tue, Mar 24, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com

View the article’s original source Author: nsaunders Just a quick update to the previous post. At the helpful suggestion of Steve Royle, I’ve added a new section to the report which attempts to normalise retractions by journal. So for example, J. Biol. Chem. has (as of now) 94 retracted articles […]

Tue, Mar 24, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com

View the article’s original source Author: Creative-Type Dad My wife and I recently let our 9YO acquire a (hand-me-down) phone after hearing so much about how her other friends have “had them forever!” to which I used the standard parental handbook page 93 answer of, “well if all of your […]

Mon, Mar 23, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com

View the article’s original source Author: For readers who don’t know, I’m the father of 3 young girls. This week I’ll be discussing just a smattering of the weight bias teaching they’re getting from the world around them. While I catch some of them, I’m sure there are many instances […]

Mon, Mar 23, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com

View the article’s original source Author: nsaunders Back in 2010, I wrote a web application called PMRetract to monitor retraction notices in the PubMed database. It was written primarily as a way for me to explore some technologies: the Ruby web framework Sinatra, MongoDB (hosted at MongoHQ, now Compose) and […]

Mon, Mar 23, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com

View the article’s original source Author: nsaunders I am forever returning to PubMed data, downloaded as XML, trying to extract information from it and becoming deeply confused in the process. Take the seemingly-simple question “how many retracted articles are there in PubMed?” Well, one way is to search for records […]

Fri, Mar 20, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com

View the article’s original source Author: nsaunders Chris writes: Nothing like searching for an answer (PMIDs->Bibtex) and finding someone else pointing back to your own solution! http://t.co/ZOm0cK6o0d — Chris Miller (@chrisamiller) March 17, 2015 The blog post in question concerns conversion of PubMed PMIDs to BibTeX citations. However, a few […]

Fri, Mar 20, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com

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