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'People are starting to understand': huge Invasion Day protest stuns Melbourne

Melbourne’s Invasion Day rally begins on the steps of Parliament House on Spring Street, 500 metres from where the city council has blocked off the route of the official Australia Day parade.<p>The events start at the same time, and until a few years ago only one was accommodated. Before 2015, the …

Australia

Why your cappuccino could be looking more like a flat white over summer - ABC Rural - ABC News

If your coffee is falling flat this summer, the blame may not lie with your barista or your machine.<p>The hot weather has created headaches for some …

NSA Deletes “Honesty” and “Openness” From Core Values

The National Security Agency maintains a page on its website that outlines its mission statement. But earlier this month, the agency made a discreet …

Configurable Artifacts: How To Deploy Like a Pro

When a project team grows, feature deployments become more frequent. Automating these deployments then becomes critical to optimize the development …

The Fall of Travis Kalanick Was a Lot Weirder and Darker Than You Thought

Silicon Valley CEOs are supposed to be sacrosanct. So how did it all go wrong at Uber?<p>A year ago, before the investor lawsuits and the federal …

I watched the crowdfunded Harry Potter spinoff. It was ... good?

The Harry Potter fan community is a wonderful, slightly terrifying thing. It has devoted hundreds of thousands of words to fanfiction to fill in the gaps of the world JK Rowling created, in some cases doing a better job than official spinoffs like The Cursed Child (notoriously terrible exceptions …

Books

New security service from Cloudflare hopes to kill the VPN once and for all

Remote workers or business travelers have long been familiar with the travails of working through virtual-private network software, but Cloudflare …

I Tried Naked Yoga and Got Reacquainted with My Body

"Our mats on the floor were laid out in a semicircle. For obvious reasons, you don't want to sit behind someone when you're doing yoga in the nude."<p><i>This article originally appeared on VICE Germany.</i><p>I moved to Berlin in April 2017 after a breakup. I used the change in environment as a chance to …

NGA's Art Buff event for Hyper Real let visitors see the blockbuster in the nude

Of course people gravitated to the second gallery, where Paul McCarthy's <i>That Girl</i> is on display. Here several photographs were curated next to John …

So you're thinking about investing in bitcoin? Don't

I’ve been watching this bitcoin situation for a few years, assuming it would just blow over.<p>But a collective insanity has sprouted around the new field of “cryptocurrencies”, causing an irrational gold rush worldwide. It has gotten to the point where a large number of financial stories – and …

Cryptocurrency

8 Body Weight Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

Are you worried you don’t have the right gear for a good workout? Don’t be, says Michele Olson, Ph.D., professor of exercise science at Auburn …

America is spiritually bankrupt. We must fight back together

We live in one of the darkest moments in American history – a bleak time of spiritual blackout and imperial meltdown. Exactly 25 years ago, in my book Race Matters, I tried to lay bare the realities and challenges to American democracy in light of the doings and sufferings of black people. Back …

United Methodist

A psychological ailment called 'hikikomori' is imprisoning 500,000 Japanese people in their homes — and it's more of a threat than ever

Hayashi Kyoko started becoming a social recluse when her high school principal started talking about university entrance exams on the first day of school.<p>"The fun high-school life I was looking forward to transformed into nothing more than a period of test preparation," the Japanese native told the …

'Very high level of confidence' Russia used Kaspersky software for devastating NSA leaks

Three months after U.S. officials asserted that Russian intelligence used popular antivirus company Kaspersky to steal U.S. classified information, …

LOL Something Matters

We’ve been told that facts have lost their power, that debunking lies only makes them stronger, and that the internet divides us. Don’t believe any …

Protecting kids from overuse is in Apple's best interests

The average teen spends at least six hours a day looking at a screen, with most of it from using a smartphone.<p>Many parents, naturally, have wondered …

8 People Share What It's Really Like to Have a Threesome

"It checked off my bucket list fantasy"<p>Threesomes are one of the most popular sexual fantasies. While only 13 percent of people have actually done the deed, 64 percent have admittedly fantasized about it, according to a study published in the journal <i>Archives of Sexual Behavior</i>.<p>So, what about those …

Relationships

Devin Nunes Messed With NSA’s Most Cherished Surveillance Power

Usually, Republicans on the intelligence committee are more than happy to OK the Deep State’s spying powers. But these are not usual times.<p>It’s the …

Welcome to Law Enforcement’s “Dark Side”: Secret Evidence, Illegal Searches, and Dubious Traffic Stops

Federal agents at the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration speak in veiled terms about the secret DEA unit that shares intelligence from the National …

"You Can’t Make This S--- Up": My Year Inside Trump's Insane White House

Author and columnist Michael Wolff was given extraordinary access to the Trump administration and now details the feuds, the fights and the alarming …

I know why Steve Bannon let Michael Wolff into the White House

I feel like I write this all the time, but <i>the White House is in chaos.</i><p>The Trump administration is being thrown by the forthcoming publication of Michael Wolff's book "The Fire and The Fury: Inside the Trump White House."<p>The excerpts, until now jealously guarded at select media outlets like New York …

Why Intel x86 must die: Our cloud-centric future depends on open source chips

Perhaps the Meltdown and Spectre bugs are the impetus for making long-overdue changes to the core DNA of the semiconductor industry and how chip …

The web is dying, but mesh networks could save it

My previous article, <i>The web began dying in 2014, here’s how</i>, raised much more awareness than I thought it would. Many people found it to be an insightful analysis of the web under the control of tech giants, but the article ended without providing anything positive to hold on to.<p>I actually have …

The US has reached the last stage before collapse

In <i>The History of the Decline and Fall of The Roman Empire</i>, Edward Gibbon luridly evokes the Rome of 408 A.D., when the armies of the Goths prepared to descend upon the city.<p>The marks of imperial decadence appeared not only in grotesque displays of public opulence and waste, but also in the collapse …

I-DEAS

Kids Don’t Have Parents Anymore—They Have ‘Sharents’

Your kid could be your ticket to likes, fame, and money. Or your kid could be your kid.<p>Who and what is a “sharent” exactly? If you have both a child …

9 lessons about life I wish I'd known 30 years ago

At 57 years old, I'm able to look back and view my life in an utterly different light from when I was 40, 30 or 20. So much of what I believed was crucial to my success and happiness when I was in my 20s and 30s proved to be erroneous and misguided.<p>And most of those misguided notions were based on …

There's a scientific reason some people are more motivated than others — but it's possible to change

There are mornings when I look over my to-do-list and just keep staring blankly at it. Instead of getting to work, I keep checking my inbox, news feed, and making a fresh cup of green tea. Then I notice the dirty dishes in the kitchen.<p>I get the dishes cleaned up, but there are also those clothes …

Photos of the Vending Machines That Illuminate Japan at Night

If one of Eiji Ohashi’s friends spots a vending machine is some obscure, out-of-the-way spot in Japan, they tell him about it. The Hokkaido …

Bitcoin: What the bubble tells us about ourselves

Richard Thaler does a good line in one-liners.<p>Shortly after picking up the Nobel Prize for economics in Stockholm a few weeks back — for questioning …

Cryptocurrency

Is this the reason marriages break up after kids?

He seems incapable of understanding that the last time his wife enjoyed some "my time" was when she had a functioning pelvic floor.<p>Of course, these …