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Click Here to Find out the Ten Job Search Hacks Everybody Needs To Know

Ten Job Search Hacks Everybody Needs To Know<p>4<p>If you job hunt in 2018 the way you did in 2005, your job search will last a long time.<p>You have to adopt …

Career Development

Are you outspoken at work? How to use your voice – and not get fired

<i>Photo adapted from Wikimedia Commons, user:littletinyfish CC-BY-SA-2.0</i><p>After being yelled at and terminated, writer Andrew Millar has finally learned …

Kanye Suggests That Slavery—Which, by Definition, Is Not a Choice—Was a Choice

Believe me, I’m so done with this too. Done watching the president and Republicans shamelessly co-opt dumb and extremely dangerous thoughts being …

Amazon Says These Are the 100 Books Everyone Should Read

How many have you read?<p>Hidden away in the books department on Amazon.com, shoppers can find a list of 100 great reads everyone should read in their …

Books

How the national anthem — and subverting it — became a pregame tradition in America

By Avi Selk<p>Avi Selk<p>Reporter<p>Email Bio Follow<p>As far as history remembers, the “Star-Spangled Banner” was first sung at a professional ballgame 99 years before President Trump demanded that football players be fired for defying the tradition — which has always been a bit of a rowdy one, really.<p>The …

Colin Kaepernick vs. Tim Tebow: A tale of two Christians on their knees

By Michael Frost<p><i>Editor’s note: At a rally Friday in Huntsville, Ala., President Trump called on NFL owners to release players who took a knee during the national anthem like former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who intended to draw attention to police violence against African</i> …

San Francisco

First was the armed showdown at the mosque over sharia. Then came the sit-down at Dairy Queen over the future of America.

By Robert Samuels<p>Robert Samuels<p>National political reporter who focuses on the intersection of politics, policy and people<p>Email Bio Follow<p>The two men drove to an isolated parking lot off Highway 45, a midway spot between their adversarial existences, to try to settle their differences. "Meet me at …

How We Killed Expertise

(And why we need it back.)<p><b>Average Americans have never much liked</b> eggheads. That’s not a bad thing in itself: Americans are a skeptical but level-headed people—or were until recently—whose common sense and ingenuity allowed their nation to achieve great heights in science, diplomacy and the arts, …

Steve Bannon

Learn a Computer Programming Language Online for Free

It's Never Too Late to Learn How to Program<p>Many new graduates find frustration in today’s job market as employers increasingly focus on hiring …

OpenCourseware

How To Become A Machine Learning Engineer: Learning Path

We will walk you through all the aspects of machine learning from simple linear regressions to the latest neural networks, and you will learn not …

Machine Learning

Smart weekend rituals to make your workweek less anxious

A classic weekend spent lounging around the house and meeting with family can be the gift we all deserve after a long week. But it always feels like …

‘Baby Driver’ Review: Buckle Up For Edgar Wright’s Go-For-Broke Pulp Musical

Now this is what I call a summer movie. <i>Baby Driver</i> has it all: thrills, laughs, sex, nonstop action, a killer soundtrack, a star-making performance …

Apple should be afraid of Google. Very afraid

Google revealed a cascade of exciting innovations to its Google universe this week at the annual I/O developer conference. Apple should be quaking in its boots.<p>The search and software giant is making tremendous strides in AI through Assistant; image search and detection through Google Lens; web …

Google Lens

A powerful new tool reveals how climate change could transform your hometown

But at the same time, just 40% of Americans think it's going to harm them personally. And just 33% of Americans say they talk about climate change "even occasionally."<p>But climate change is going to impact every corner of the Earth in some way or another.<p>That's why the National Oceanic and …

Cook County

27 Ways to Learn to Program Online

Whether you are looking to switch careers and become a full-time programmer, want to try to build a website or app on the side, or are just looking to round out your skill set, learning to code has certainly been something a lot of people have started to do lately. And while being a programmer …

This Object Has Been Sprayed With The World's Blackest Material, And It's Freaking Us Out

Seriously, that's not Photoshopped.<p>Well, we've finally cracked it. Scientists have finally figured out how to paint a portal to another dimension, as …

Digital Marketing Tools Landscape

The Essential Digital Marketing Tools infographic from Smart Insights is a cleaner approach to a landscape design style, and only covers their top 5 …

When a president fights the law, there's only ever one winner

There’s no point in judging Donald Trump by the standards of others. He obviously doesn’t care for ethics, the truth, allies, women or minorities.<p>So let’s judge him on his own terms, shall we?<p>There are three pillars to the temple that Trump has so carefully built around his most precious …

Donald Trump

Every Chromebook released in 2017 will support Android apps

You won't have to be picky about your choice of Chrome OS devices.<p>You currently have to be picky about your choice of Chrome OS devices if you want to run Android apps, but you won't have to be quite so choosy going forward. Google has quietly mentioned that all Chromebooks arriving in 2017 or …

Every geek movie we're excited about in 2017

Welcome to the age of anger | Pankaj Mishra

The seismic events of 2016 have revealed a world in chaos – and one that old ideas of liberal rationalism can no longer explain<p>The election of Donald Trump as president of the United States is the biggest political earthquake of our times, and its reverberations are inescapably global. It has fully …

Secret heroes: Newly revealed Silver Star actions against ISIS

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> One Army helicopter pilot flew a mission for 10 hours, five of them while wounded, in a high-risk effort to rescue American hostages.<p>Another continued a dangerous night-time mission deep in enemy territory despite sustaining extensive damage to his aircraft.<p>These are just some of …

Teens Like Science, Not Science Class, Study Finds

By onJune 10, 2016 5:01 PM<p>It turns out liking science isn't the same as liking science class.<p>A new report from the AmGen Foundation and Change the …

Education

Nvidia’s hardware keeps winning because of its software

Last week, Nvidia introduced its next-generation line of graphics processors, but the company’s silicon is only half the reason I’m excited about the future of gaming on PC.<p>Nvidia will launch its GeForce GTX 1080 for $600 later this month. Then in June, it will launch the GTX 1070 for $380. Both of …

Livestreaming

Would Voters Entrust The White House To An Atheist?

In a 1958 poll of Americans, only 18 percent of respondents said they would vote for a generally well-qualified presidential candidate nominated by their political party if that person happened to be an atheist. In 2015, that number has jumped to 58 percent.<p>Yet, even today, 40 percent of …

How to run Windows 10 on your Mac (Boot Camp)

The New Heroin Epidemic

Ten years ago, prescription painkiller dependence swept rural America. As the government cracked down on doctors and drug companies, people went searching for a cheaper, more accessible high. Now, many areas are struggling with an unprecedented heroin crisis.<p>In a beige conference room in …

The Afghan Girls Who Live as Boys

In a society that demands sons at almost any cost, some families are cutting their daughters’ hair short and giving them male names.<p>Mehran, age 6, first arrived at her kindergarten in Kabul as Mahnoush, in pigtails and a pistachio dress. When school shut down for a break, Mahnoush left and never …

7 High-Protein Breakfast Ideas

<i>By Melinda Johnson for U.S. News</i><p>Protein tends to be misunderstood. At times, it's flying high on a fad-diet craze, when it seems that half of our population is shunning carbs in favor of a high-protein diet. At other times, protein is forgotten completely, as people order salads with low-fat …