Jeffrey Kho

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UK's GCHQ Spy Agency Launches Open Source Data Analysis Tool

<b>The U.K. Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) on Monday announced the launch of a new open source web tool designed for analyzing and</b> …

How LA taught me to love density

And why, as a single-family home owner, I welcome big, tall buildings<p>The Hollywood street where I first lived when I moved to Los Angeles 16 years ago didn’t look all that different from the suburban St. Louis neighborhood where I had grown up. To my great surprise, and some relief, Canyon Drivewas …

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Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu seeks early general election

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/1128000/1128721_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1531672945_017afc0753d036fd039bf7739e1befce<p><b>Israel's prime minister has sacked his finance and justice ministers and declared he wants parliament dissolved, triggering an early general …

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‘You will not be arrested for using drugs’: What a sane drug policy looks like

Authorities in the Netherlands are warning Amsterdam tourists about heroin masquerading as cocaine, which has already killed several people and sent a number of others to the hospital. The campaign is striking because you'd never see one like it in the U.S.: "You will not be arrested for using …

Anthropocene Risks: Social scientists need to step up to the challenge

Our understanding of complex global risks is painfully fragmented. Here, <b>Victor Galaz</b> argues that social science scholars need to step up if we want people outside of academia to take notice of our work.<p>The world’s most powerful countries, the G20, are soon to convene in Brisbane, Australia to …

The Disquieting Delights Of Salt-Rising Bread

How Clostridium, a nasty pathogen, makes an infectiously delicious confection<p>I've recently come across a fringe fermentation method that, unlike the breads and brews and yogurts and pickles and misos we know and love, isn't run by the usual benign microbes. The engine behind this fermentation …

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