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Saturday, May 28, 2016

SpaceX successfully lands a Falcon 9 rocket at sea for the third time | The Verge

"SpaceX just successfully landed the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean. It was the third time in a row the company has landed a rocket booster at sea, and the fourth time overall.

The landing occurred a few minutes before the second stage of the Falcon 9 delivered the THAICOM-8 satellite to space, where it will make its way to geostationary transfer orbit (GTO). GTO is a high-elliptical orbit that is popular for satellites, sitting more than 20,000 miles above the Earth. The 3,100-kilogram satellite will spend 15 years there, helping to improve television and data data signals across Southeast Asia.

After landing, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said that there would be 'some risk of tipping' as the rocket was brought back to port."

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The life-changing magic of tidying your tech: The KonTechie Method - CNET



The life-changing magic of tidying your tech: The KonTechie Method - CNET

Friday, May 27, 2016

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Mossberg: Can Apple win the next tech war? | The Verge

"But Apple could have a very hard time in the AI war that's dawning — even though it actually pioneered the first widespread, voice-controlled, cloud-based AI assistant, Siri, on the iPhone 5 years ago and is now rumored to be bringing Siri to the Mac. (In fact, former Apple CEO John Sculley pushed an AI-powered conversational assistant concept called Knowledge Navigator, complete with concept videos, way back in 1987. It envisioned a conversational digital helper with abilities far beyond any that exist now.)".

Mossberg: Can Apple win the next tech war? | The Verge

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Monday, May 23, 2016

Sunday, May 22, 2016

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How Facebook Warps Our Worlds - The New York Times

"THOSE who’ve been raising alarms about Facebook are right: Almost every minute that we spend on our smartphones and tablets and laptops, thumbing through favorite websites and scrolling through personalized feeds, we’re pointed toward foregone conclusions. We’re pressured to conform.



But unseen puppet masters on Mark Zuckerberg’s payroll aren’t to blame. We’re the real culprits. When it comes to elevating one perspective above all others and herding people into culturally and ideologically inflexible tribes, nothing that Facebook does to us comes close to what we do to ourselves."



How Facebook Warps Our Worlds - The New York Times