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This Young Entrepreneur Aims To Help America’s Inventors Protect Their Great Ideas Inexpensively

This Young Entrepreneur Aims To Help America’s Inventors Protect Their Great Ideas Inexpensively – Forbes Budding household products inventor John Khalil, 29, was shocked when he met with three attorneys … Continue Reading →


PonoMusic goes dark for several weeks as the company switches providers

 Neil Young’s music service is apparently down, but not out. In a note posted to Pono’s front page, the hi-res music provider announced that it’ll be going offline for for … Continue Reading →


In Athletes’ Housing at Rio Olympics: Blocked Toilets, Leaking Pipes and Exposed Wiring

The leader of the Australian delegation in Brazil, Kitty Chiller, said the problems prevented the Olympians from moving in to their quarters in the Olympic Village.


Dismayed by Donald Trump, Michael Bloomberg Will Endorse Hillary Clinton

The former mayor of New York City, who chose not to run for president this year, will back Mrs. Clinton in a speech at the Democratic convention.


10 percent of Americans have had tinnitus – Modern Readers

Modern Readers 10 percent of Americans have had tinnitusModern Readers10 percent of Americans have experienced tinnitus Tinnitus is a condition that can annoy, irritate, and vex like few others – … Continue Reading →


Missouri only state without drug monitoring program – ABC17News.com

ABC17News.com Missouri only state without drug monitoring programABC17News.comMissouri is the only state remaining in the country without a drug monitoring program. Despite the program being a bipartisan issue, there are … Continue Reading →


High Temps and Humidity Trigger This Summer's First Heat Health Advisory – WUWM

WUWM High Temps and Humidity Trigger This Summer’s First Heat Health AdvisoryWUWMFor the first time this year, our extremely hot weather forecast has triggered a Heat Health Advisory for Milwaukee. … Continue Reading →


People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk – HealthDay

HealthDay People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer’s RiskHealthDaySUNDAY, July 24, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Brain-challenging jobs — especially ones focused on people — may help shield a person’s mind against … Continue Reading →


Prom Queen! Wisconsin Teen with Painful Disease Gets Her Last Dance Before She Decides to End Her Life – People Magazine

People Magazine Prom Queen! Wisconsin Teen with Painful Disease Gets Her Last Dance Before She Decides to End Her LifePeople MagazineProm Queen! Wisconsin Teen with Painful Disease Gets Her Last … Continue Reading →


Monmouth officials say West Nile Virus evident in county – Washington Times

Patch.com Monmouth officials say West Nile Virus evident in countyWashington TimesNEPTUNE, N.J. (AP) – Monmouth County officials say they’ve found evidence of mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus in the county. … Continue Reading →


This Week in Making: Documentaries, Droids, and Designing Rovers

This week we watched some very cool documentaries, learned how BB-8 really works, and got a closer look at JPL’s “mixed reality” initiative. Read more on MAKE The post This … Continue Reading →


Don’t make founders’ equity even

 Sometimes I think about replacing the table in my office with a sofa and a box of tissues. I’m a lawyer, but sometimes I feel like a therapist. When startup … Continue Reading →


Olympic Officials Sanction Russian Athletes, but Stop Short of Complete Ban

Olympic officials set special terms for appeals.


That new ‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ series is hitting Netflix

 That Mystery Science Theater 3000 reboot you backed last year – you remember the one, right? Jonah Ray, Felicia Day and Patton Oswalt all signed on and you threw your … Continue Reading →


People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk – U.S. News & World Report

The New Yorker People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer’s RiskU.S. News & World ReportSUNDAY, July 24, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Brain-challenging jobs — especially ones focused on people — may … Continue Reading →


Despite Roadblocks for Tesla, Elon Musk Is Moving Full Speed Ahead

The billionaire entrepreneur is running a private rocket company, doubling down on alternative fuels and pressing on with Tesla after a series of accidents.


Four official ‘Star Wars’ drones are arriving this fall

 It was just a matter of time, really. With the new slate of Star Wars films on an annual schedule, and drones invading the skies all around us, the timing … Continue Reading →


First West Nile case reported in Harris County – KTRK-TV

KTRK-TV First West Nile case reported in Harris CountyKTRK-TVA 90-year-old man is the first confirmed West Nile patient in Harris County, officials say. KTRK. By Christine Dobbyn. Saturday, July 23, … Continue Reading →


How much does it matter if your software quality sucks?

 I ran across a fascinating piece by Leo Polovets of Susa Ventures this week, provocatively titled: “Why Startup Technical Diligence Is A Waste Of Time.” You should go read it, … Continue Reading →


Nearly 10 percent American adults suffer from chronic tinnitus: Study – Northern California News

Mirror Daily Nearly 10 percent American adults suffer from chronic tinnitus: StudyNorthern California NewsA latest study suggests that nearly one in 10 adults in America suffers from a constant ringing … Continue Reading →


Democrats, Looking Past Obama, Are a Party Without a Cause

Without the president’s unifying presence, or the singular focus on health care, Democrats are searching for a next great project they can agree on. Infrastructure?


Indiana Hometown Molded Mike Pence Even as It Began to Change

Many of Mr. Pence’s deeply conservative views hark back to the tranquil, insular Columbus, Ind., of decades ago, a place that is vastly different today.


The Interpreter: Terrorist or Disturbed Loner? Munich Attack Reveals Shifting Labels

When mass killers show affinity for jihadists, their acts are labeled terrorism. The label appears less often when their inspiration is right-wing extremists.


Complex jobs and social ties appears to help ward off Alzheimer's, new research shows – Washington Post

The New Yorker Complex jobs and social ties appears to help ward off Alzheimer’s, new research showsWashington PostWork that involves complex thinking and interaction with other people seems to help … Continue Reading →


Sony wants you to put down your phone and pick up one of these devices — eventually

You can’t exactly buy these yet, but you’ll probably want to.


As Pick for No. 2, Tim Kaine Sees Gifts Come Under Scrutiny

The gifts he received during his time in the Virginia Statehouse are certain to be cited by Republicans as a sign that Mr. Kaine is not as clean as he … Continue Reading →


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How Harper Lee (and Donald Trump) Brought Back Bloom County

Cartoonist Berkeley Breathed got contemplative about his magnum Opus at a Comic-Con appearance. The post How Harper Lee (and Donald Trump) Brought Back Bloom County appeared first on WIRED.


Munich, Star Trek Beyond, Turkey: Your Weekend Briefing

Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.


One Police Shift: Out on Patrol in an Anxious America

Riding with officers illuminated the fears they confront, the compassion they received after losing their brothers on the force and the wariness of a country shaken by violent crimes.


Travel Tips: A Three-Step Guide to Tipping on Vacation

Wondering how much to give your concierge? Your tour guide and driver? Here are some rules of thumb.


Well: Talking to Kids About Racial Violence

It’s tempting to avoid painful conversations. Experts say we shouldn’t.


Vows: Two Men Gone Country and Their Dreamgirls

Cooper Boone, who had little interest in a partner, began falling in love with Mark Veeder at a country fair. Now they’re married with children.


Sunday Book Review: Dave Eggers’s New Novel

This week, Barbara Kingsolver on Mr. Eggers’s “Heroes of the Frontier,” plus reviews of a new biography of George W. Bush, a history of the Olympics and more.


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A Weird New Segway Is Finally Making Hoverboards Legit

The MiniPro is emblematic of a new, safer breed of hoverboard—one that won’t explode in a ball of fire while you ride it. The post A Weird New Segway Is … Continue Reading →


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11 Police Robots Patrolling Around the World

Many of them can kill. The post 11 Police Robots Patrolling Around the World appeared first on WIRED.


Only Half of Consumers Aware of Food Waste Problem – ThePoultrySite.com

Only Half of Consumers Aware of Food Waste ProblemThePoultrySite.comUS – Even though American consumers throw away about 80 billion pounds of food a year, only about half are aware that … Continue Reading →


Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son's fight against Crohn's – Fox News

Fox News Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son’s fight against Crohn’sFox NewsLegendary women’s soccer champion Brandi Chastain is no stranger to adversity. While best known for her … Continue Reading →


Overdoses climbing in absence of drug monitoring law, McCaskill says – Springfield News-Leader

Springfield News-Leader Overdoses climbing in absence of drug monitoring law, McCaskill saysSpringfield News-LeaderU.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill met with Springfield law enforcement, a Greene County prosecutor, a Veterans Affairs official, medical … Continue Reading →


Watch: Consumer Recall – Abccolumbia.com

Abccolumbia.com Watch: Consumer RecallAbccolumbia.comHazard: The video monitor’s batteries can overheat, swell and expand and cause the battery cover to open or come off. This can expose hot batteries, posing a … Continue Reading →


Online gaming halves chances of getting Alzheimer's and dementia, say scientists – Plymouth Herald

The New Yorker Online gaming halves chances of getting Alzheimer’s and dementia, say scientistsPlymouth HeraldTraining the brain by playing online games can almost halve the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, according … Continue Reading →