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Author: Arhama Qureshi
On January 21, Windows 10 was unleashed for smartphones and desktops. In the coming month, Window 10’s test version for the phones is also projected to get unveiled. Latest leaks suggested that, this OS will back Octa Core processors, which mean that soon we […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: TechNationNews.com

View the article’s original source Author: Nick Dawson Yesterday, 200 patients, advocates, scientists, doctors and researchers gathered at the White House to hear President Obama’s launch of the Precision Medicine Initiative. According to the President, precision medicine aims to tailor treatments to each individual. President Obama likened precision medicine to […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: AlwaysResearching.com

View the article’s original source Author: Nigel Chaffey Image: P. Cuttings’ personal archive. When trying to appreciate something, it’s often remarked that it is the ‘inner beauty’ that’s important. In which case the plant cell biologists who probe the details within cells (and often illuminate them in all their glorious […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: AlwaysResearching.com

View the article’s original source Author: dianeravitch Thomas Ultican left a good job in Silicon Vally to become a teacher of high school math and physics in a school where half the students are English learners. He discovered that teaching was much harder than anything else he had ever done. […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com

View the article’s original source Author: dianeravitch An article in Huffington Post reports on a study by University of Michigan researchers, led by Professor Sarah Reckhow, who found that the rhetoric of charter schools is very appealing to the public, especially to conservatives. Think of it: charters promise high achievement, […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com

View the article’s original source Author: dianeravitch I have never understood the idea that anyone can run a school, even people who have never been educators, even people who are high-school dropouts (think Andre Agassi). So it comes as no surprise when a school run by a football […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com

View the article’s original source Author: johntmay Half Truth “a statement that conveys only part of the truth, especially one used deliberately in order to deceive someone.” There are quite a few half truths out there that anger me. Here’s one that’s in the news lately. We hear […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com

View the article’s original source Author: JL Fields A week from today I’ll be in Montana! During the Vegan Pressure Cooking book tour I’m introducing you to the activists in the communities I’ll be visiting. Today meet the phenomenal Bonnie Goodman, fellow vegan lifestyle coach and educator and founder of […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com

View the article’s original source Author: Andrea

We’ve begun to scratch the surface of the vast and growing literature on cultural context and eating disorders in the previous 4 posts in this series. Of course, as I reflected the other day, there could (maybe should?) be a blog […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: AlwaysResearching.com

View the article’s original source Author: DEWEY FROM DETROIT Democrats have always lived in Two Americas; and as long as BO and Joey are around they always will. First, there’s Big Guy’s fairy tale America (no offense to fairies): “There is no economic measure by which we are not better […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com

View the article’s original source Author: Julie Cohen-UC Santa Barbara University of California, Santa Barbara
Posted by Julie Cohen-UC Santa Barbara on January 31, 2015 Along the central and northern California coast, tide pools are crawling with inch-long sea slugs called Hopkins’ Rose. Warm ocean temperatures have triggered a […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: AlwaysResearching.com

View the article’s original source Author: Melody Enguix-McGill Many species at a high risk of invading the North American lakes and rivers, such as the killer shrimp (above) or the monkey goby, come from around the Black Sea. (Credit: Michal Grabowski) McGill University rightOriginal Study
Posted by Melody […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: AlwaysResearching.com

4K gaming

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Author: Fahad Arif
While the latest video game consoles continue to dominate the video game industry with their growing sales, PC gaming is expeditiously forging ahead with a comparatively greater potential, and the two reigning champs in the market for PC video game graphics are putting all […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: TechNationNews.com

shining

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Author: Ahmed Bilal
A new MRI study recently discovered that violent lawbreakers having psychopathic tendencies are not really affected by punishments as normal offenders and people usually are.

Heeere’s Johnny! @The shining (1980)
Before revealing the discovery made by the researchers of Canada and UK, they scanned the brains […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: TechNationNews.com

nvidia-gsync-mobility-laptops

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Author: Usman Pirzada
Wow, this is shaping up to be a really bad week for Nvidia. First there is the entire (currently ongoing) Geforce GTX 970 memory allocation debacle and now this. Like we told you a few weeks back, Nvidia is working on G-Sync Mobility and […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: TechNationNews.com

nvidia-gsync-mobility-laptops

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Author: Usman Pirzada
Wow, this is shaping up to be a really bad week for Nvidia. First there is the entire (currently ongoing) Geforce GTX 970 memory allocation debacle and now this. Like we told you a few weeks back, Nvidia is working on G-Sync Mobility and […]

Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Source: TechNationNews.com

View the article’s original source Author: Chris Durso Cooking a good breakfast can be challenging. Especially if you’re attempting to do so in a miniature kitchen. YouTube member AAAjoken is up to the challenge — creating a full egg, sausage, and coffee breakfast using nothing but miniature utensils, cookware, and […]

Fri, Jan 30, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com

View the article’s original source Author: Fashion By He Shiny Tattoos have pretty much saturated the entire world last year, well someone went out and got them on some tights for winter. Some are obviously cooler then others, but its something different, some people will be able to pull it […]

Fri, Jan 30, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com

View the article’s original source Author: Fashion By He hmmmm baby yeaaaaa…get in there nice and tight-He […]

Fri, Jan 30, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com

View the article’s original source Author: Chris Durso For no reason whatsoever, you can now watch an orange explode at a frame rate that truly captures all of the pulpy chaos. Brought to us by Slo Mo Lab, the orange is loaded with a small firework, and the explosion is […]

Fri, Jan 30, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com

View the article’s original source Author: Chris Durso Assuming that you’re not averse to rainbow foods, you might consider serving something other than boring orange chicken wings at your Super Bowl party. Skittles Wings are brought to us by the folks at Thrillist. The multi-colored treats will help get the […]

Fri, Jan 30, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com

View the article’s original source Author: Heidi Cohen

Love it or hate it, Facebook is the 800 pound gorilla of social media. Facebook is also a global platform. It’s a Top 10 social media entity across the world (Check out the social media behavior […]

Fri, Jan 30, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet

View the article’s original source Author: Suraj Share the post “Mad Men Must Die” There was a time, when advertising was all about Mad Men in tailored suits tippling away in smoke-filled rooms and, occasionally, talking copy. Their dominance in the industry is over. The Times They Have A-Changed Once […]

Fri, Jan 30, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet

View the article’s original source Author: Lyle Denniston The Supreme Court on Thursday evening cleared the way for Texas to execute death-row inmate Robert Charles Ladd, a new indication that the Justices will leave states with wide leeway to carry out the death penalty. With no noted dissents, the […]

Fri, Jan 30, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet

View the article’s original source Author: Lyle Denniston (UPDATED 6:11 p.m.) George Toca has now been released, his lawyers said in a statement. A Louisiana prison inmate whose life sentence is under review by the Supreme Court was on the verge of being released on Thursday, according to news accounts […]

Fri, Jan 30, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet

View the article’s original source Author: wbobrow I don’t normally write about food. That’s not to say I don’t enjoy the art- in fact in my third book: Bitters and Shrub Syrup Cocktails and in my second book, Whiskey Cocktails, I devoted plenty of space to recipes including food. […]

Fri, Jan 30, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com

View the article’s original source Author: Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk Find all the interesting Computer Science in this picture Computer Science is different from Physics; we don’t have examples that we can bring to a presentation that will be relevant to a large population. If that’s the case we’re screwed. […]

Thu, Jan 29, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com

View the article’s original source Author: Kali Borkoski Rendered Perspective Clarence Thomas Center Chapel (Hillary Johnson, SCAD student) The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) has recently completed its restoration of the Clarence Thomas Center for Historic Preservation at SCAD. Justice Thomas, a Savannah native, received his elementary education […]

Thu, Jan 29, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet

View the article’s original source Author: THOMAS CIZAUSKAS Forget ‘deflate-gate.’ Today is the day for VeggieDag Thursday‘s obligatory nod to Super Bowl snacking. In 2014, 112.2 million television viewers watched the championship game of the National Football League (despite it being a snoozer of a rout), and they ate while […]

Thu, Jan 29, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com

View the article’s original source Author: As the 84th Texas Legislature gets busy doing it’s legislative thang, education has come to the forefront as one of the top issues they have to address. For Lt. Governor Dan Patrick, school choice is his main priority. Patrick’s hope for school choice is […]

Thu, Jan 29, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com

View the article’s original source Author: Michael R. Whitehead Teaching moral lessons to young children can often be a difficult thing to do. With the recent celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. day last week, and yesterday’s (01/27/2015) 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, my wife […]

Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com

View the article’s original source Author: Amanda @ Diary of a Semi-Health Nut Okay guys, I would like to clear up what kind of dating I mean. Date as in dating these blog posts with the month, day and year. Rest assured, I am still with my beloved Dave… […]

Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com

View the article’s original source Author: The Full Plate Blog I am very excited to announce that recipe testing is well underway for the Second Edition of Stock Your Freezer in a Snap!! I’ve been putting new recipes through the ringer here in my home kitchen, and have 25 equally […]

Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com

View the article’s original source Author: The applause definitely need not be big, but Coca-Cola is actually doing something I can applaud them for, or more accurately, they’re not doing something that I can applaud them for. Yesterday in Canada, Coca-Cola announced that they’re reducing the calories in their flagship […]

Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com

View the article’s original source Author: People survive raising teenagers, right? Like, survive it without having their mugshot on the internet and starting to believe that orange really is the new black? My mother survived it. Granted, she’s bat shit crazy. But, she made it through and her only run […]

Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com

View the article’s original source Author: I’m a full-time mummy In case some of you didn’t noticed, Facebook was down for over half hour yesterday (27th January 2015 for us Malaysians). Apparently Instagram was down at the same time too. I noticed because I was busy stalking all the good […]

Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com

View the article’s original source Author: nsaunders In 2015, I’d like to write, think and do more about things that I care about. One of those things happens to be the koala. Now, this being a blog about bioinformatics and computational biology, I can’t just start writing about any old […]

Tue, Jan 20, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com

View the article’s original source Author: nsaunders In 2015, I’d like to write, think and do more about things that I care about. One of those things happens to be the koala. Now, this being a blog about bioinformatics and computational biology, I can’t just start writing about any old […]

Tue, Jan 20, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com

View the article’s original source Author: Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk Technical Communication Failure I’m contemplating the human and personal side of science, particularly computer science, more than ever. Both of the courses I taught this past Fall at Harvey Mudd College, Computer Science Education Research (co-taught with Colleen Lewis) and Great […]

Wed, Jan 14, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com

View the article’s original source Author: Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk Technical Communication Failure I’m contemplating the human and personal side of science, particularly computer science, more than ever. Both of the courses I taught this past Fall at Harvey Mudd College, Computer Science Education Research (co-taught with Colleen Lewis) and Great […]

Wed, Jan 14, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com

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