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Prank Responsibly: April Fools’ Gags That Missed the Mark.

The Internet is a minefield on April 1, with tech companies getting in on the April Fools’ act in weird, wonderful and often woeful ways. The line between a successful prank and one that leaves users sighing, or worse, is micron-thin, and the boost to one’s reputation — or knock ...

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Rocked America / BBC: CIA kills Donald Trump

Central Intelligence Agency  ‘CIA‘ kills the US president Donald Trump.   Trump is killed while he was finishing a lunch meeting with some US and foreign businessmen. The incident occurred before the facility ‘Trump Tower’  The media like the BBC have written the news. Trump is alive, but today is ...

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Media Silent as CIA Director Admits Plans of Aerosol Spraying for Geoengineering

CIA Director just addressed the Council on Foreign Relations and admitted his desire to conduct stratospheric aerosol injection. Last week, the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, John O. Brennan addressed instability and transnational threats to global security at a meeting with the Council on Foreign Relations. During his long-winded ...

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College student earns a 4.0 and immediately drops out to tell people they are being scammed

Oh, the tradition of college.  So many say it’s a must, that going to college guarantees a better job.  Maybe you’ve heard you won’t be able to succeed at what you do without a degree.  As times are changing, these overpriced establishments are becoming less and less valuable. All of ...

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UK Home Secretary: Apps Shouldn’t Serve as Terrorist Hiding Places

UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd on Sunday called for greater government access to encrypted content on mobile apps. Apps with end-to-end encryption, like Facebook’s WhatsApp, should not be allowed to conceal terrorists’ communications from law enforcement, Rudd said in an appearance on The Andrew Marr Show, a BBC broadcast. “There ...

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Brexit: Theresa May accused of sweeping ‘power grab’ with plan to rewrite new laws without MPs approval.

‘Theresa May and her ministers are resembling a medieval court,’ says Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake Theresa May has been accused of a sweeping “power grab” after unveiling plans granting her ministers the ability to rewrite reams of British law without full scrutiny. The move to adopt so-called “Henry VIII” ...

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Cloud Foundry Aims to Close Cloud Skills Gap

The Cloud Foundry Foundation on Wednesday announced the launch of a worldwide cloud-native developer certification initiative. The foundation created the cloud developer certification program to fill the widening gap of trained programmers for cloud apps and services. The Linux Foundation — which has trained and certified more developers on open ...

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THIS IS THE SAMSUNG GALAXY S8, COMING APRIL 21ST

Preorders begin March 30th, three weeks before the release date.   The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the nicest phone I’ve ever held. It’s a beautiful combination of glass, metal, and an absolutely massive screen in a body that’s much smaller than you might expect. And that might not be enough ...

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Elon Musk Plans to Build a Human-AI Interface

Tech visionary Elon Musk, who currently helms both Tesla and SpaceX, has launched a startup, Neuralink, dedicated to developing technology that will connect human brains directly to a computer. This venture is in its very early stages, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal that Musk confirmed via ...

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Air pollution from globalisation linked to premature deaths of more than 750,000 people a year

‘If the cost of imported products is lower because of less stringent air pollution controls in the regions where they are produced, then the consumer savings may come at the expense of lives lost elsewhere’ Globalisation has become, in the eyes of some, the epitome of everything that’s wrong with ...

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