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Phoenix sees Ice vanish on Mars

Phoenix sees Ice vanish on Mars
The NASA Mars mission apparently gets closer to proof that there is Ice on Mars. Dice-size crumbs of bright material...
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10 Interns Who Screwed Up Massively

Source: Business Insider

Even though they are usually only at a company for a short period, interns are still expected to abide by the same professional standards as any other employee. From interns who embarrassed their boss to interns who just embarrassed themselves, there have been many entry-level workers who were quickly shown the door. We've rounded up some of the best — or worst? — examples of bad interns for entertainment and education. Enjoy.The intern who f ...
Full article at: Business Insider Jun 24 2014, 11:18am CDT

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Bob Duncan rides into the sunset

Source: Episcopal Cafe

TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2014 - Day 1
Peter Smith of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports: Bishops of the Anglican Church in North America have elected a Georgia-based bishop to succeed their founding archbishop, Robert Duncan of Pittsburgh, the church announced Sunday. Bishop Foley Beach of the Diocese of the South, based in suburban Atlanta, was elected at the conclusion of a three-day conclave held by the bishops at St. Vincent Archabbey in Latrobe. Beach, who is rector of Holy Cross Anglican Church in Lo ...
Full article at: Episcopal Cafe Jun 23 2014, 11:51am CDT

Man completes long journey to graduation

Source: The Columbian

TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2014 - Day 1
Peter Smith will cross the stage Saturday at Clark College and collect his high school diploma — 30 yea ...
Full article at: The Columbian Jun 18 2014, 9:14pm CDT

Operating Public Buses: Lessons from London

Source: Asia One

TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2014 - Day 1
London resident Peter Smith may be 78, but he happily takes the bus at least twice a week. The retiree says the bus system has improved since the switch from a single, nationalised operator to a contracting model."The buses are much better than they used to be. There are more of them, and they travel faster because of the bus lanes." London's bus system is a success - ridership has grown, service reliability has improved and customer satisfaction is at a record high. But ...
Full article at: Asia One Jun 13 2014, 11:40pm CDT

Bitcoin Apps Are Doing Just Fine On Android, And Another Major One Is About To Launch

Source: The Business Insider

TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2014 - Day 1
By all appearances, Apple recently tweaked its app store terms of service to provide a pathway to for Bitcoin apps to regain citizenship in its app store. The move comes about four months after Apple removed the last remaining, and one of the most successful, Bitcoin wallet app, by Blockchain, the London-based firm that also publishes every Bitcoin transaction it has access to.  Apple never went on record to explain the move, but many as ...
Full article at: The Business Insider Jun 13 2014, 12:51pm CDT

Do something for gun safety

Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

Richard Martinez (L) of Puerto Rico Isla
"Why did Chris die?" Richard Martinez asked all of us after the shooting death of his son and five other students on the University of California, Santa Barbara campus. I cannot get his anguished voice out of my head. It was a mixture of anger, grief and despair that cried out. What if it had been my son? What if it had been your son or daughter? Richard met the enemy straight on. "They talk about gun rights but what about Chris's right to live? ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post Jun 9 2014, 10:46am CDT

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Rihanna Parties with German Players after World Cup Win
Rihanna Parties with German Players after World Cup Win
Rihanna supported Germany during the World Cup Finals and after the win partied with the team. She posted several photos of her with German players including Goetze. She is totally excited as she touched the cup.
Russian Hacker Broke Into CNET Servers
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It's Clear That The Future Of Bitcoin Is Not In The US

Source: The Business Insider

TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2014 - Day 1
If you're reading this story in the U.S., you're probably someone who's heard a lot about Bitcoin, but doesn't know anyone who actually owns any. If you're a European reading this story outside the Eurozone, or perhaps a resident of Hong Kong or Russia, the reverse may be true: A majority of your compatriots may not have heard of Bitcoin, but anyone sophisticated enough to have read up on it now likely owns some.   As Bitcoin enters ...
Full article at: The Business Insider Jun 6 2014, 2:08pm CDT

Prematurity Rates Are Too High — And Children’s Hospitals Are Cashing In

Source: The Business Insider

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Emma Walton had an easy pregnancy. She didn’t feel as much movement as the books had led her to expect, but the fetus regularly passed ultrasounds and nonstress tests. After a many hours of labor at a local community hospital in northwest Pennsylvania., the baby appeared distressed and needed to be delivered by emergency cesarean section. “They pulled him out and there was no sound,” Emma says. “You usually expect to hear a scream ...
Full article at: The Business Insider Jun 3 2014, 12:25pm CDT

Intense Q50 Eau Rouge shows Infiniti’s wild side

Source: Driving Canada

Annual North American Auto Show Held In Detroit
HONG KONG — It all started when Johan de Nysschen, president of Infiniti Motor Company, asked Peter Smith, deputy program director of project management, to see him. During the meeting, Smith was tasked with putting a Nissan GT-R engine under the hood of the Infiniti Q50. So Project Raijin (the Japanese god of thunder) was born. Five months later, which is a nanosecond in automotive development terms, the ...
Full article at: Driving Canada Jun 2 2014, 9:45am CDT