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NASA responds to moon landing truther Steph Curry

NASA wants Steph Curry to know that yes, the moon landing was real, and they're even inviting him to check out some space rocks to prove it. During an interview on the podcast "Winging It," the Golden State Warriors star revealed that he doesn't
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Fortnite and Stormy Daniels dominated Pornhub in 2018

Ah, December, a perfect time to sit back and reflect on what kind of porn you watched in 2018.  Pornhub, the online adult video site has released a nice, long look at the year across the site, and while there are a lot of things that seem
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai Answered Congressional Questions On China, Privacy, Political Bias And More

Google CEO Sundar Pichai answered a broad range of questions in front of the House Judiciary Committee, including questions about the company’s plans for China, concerns over political bias and its data collection practices.
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Dabbing for beginners: Confessions of a cautious concentrate newbie

This post is part of our High-tech High series, which explores weed innovations, and our cultural relationship with cannabis, as legalization in several U.S. states, Canada, and Uruguay moves the market further out of the shadows. It's 2018, and
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Midge of 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' is kinda rude (and that's a good thing)

While The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 2 is every bit as charming and effervescent as we've come to expect, the latest episodes make it impossible to deny what we suspected but ignored in Season 1: Midge Maisel is kind of rude. This isn't
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Microsoft wants regulation to keep the 'facial recognition genie' in the bottle

There's no time like the present to slow the tide of a technology-enabled facilitation of discrimination aided by facial recognition.  So, somewhat surprisingly, argues one key developer of said facial recognition tech: Microsoft.  On Dec
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'Subtle asian traits' is a place for second gen bonding, but it's not all fun and memes

Is there anything more real than bonding over shared trauma through Pikachu memes?  When a friend added me about a month ago, subtle asian traits had about 300,000 members. Every Asian person I know — from middle school classmates to
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Time's Up tops list of most successful GoFundMe campaigns in 2018

GoFundMe, the world’s largest social fundraising platform, released its annual "Year in Giving" report for 2018, which includes data about the most generous U.S. states and cities, global trends, and best of all, the top fundraisers by the
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Lusha vs. Nymeria

Lusha and Nymeria are two favorite sourcing tools that aid us in finding and locating candidates and their contact information on the web. They both excel in establishing contact information for hard to find candidates, with Lusha focusing on

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