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DJ Trump is GREAT video mixer that makes Trump say anything you type

Trump-inspired apps should get their own category on the internet – but the latest one to is about to make Trump memes great again.<p>Available for Android as well as for the web, DJ Trump is a hilarious video mixing app that lets you put words straight into the President’s mouth. All you need to do …

Facebook Chrome extension shows everything that the site knows about its users

The huge amount of data that Facebook collects on every one of its users has been exposed. And all it takes is a small Chrome extension.<p>The site’s ad …

Facebook

“Down goes Trump! Down goes Trump!”: Burdened by his basket of deplorables, Donald Trump was easily knocked out by Hillary Clinton

In the fight of his life, Donald Trump was brought down by his basket of deplorables as much as Hillary Clinton<p>Watched by more than 80 million people, last night’s first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump had the feel of a heavyweight title fight. Donald Trump the …

Donald Trump

5 Things to Know about IBM API Connect

IBM API Connect is a cohesive API operational platform to create, run, manage, and secure complex APIs and microservices that drive web and mobile …

Microservices

Trump Adviser, Son Post Image of Trump’s ‘Deplorables’ Featuring White Nationalist Symbol

A white nationalist symbol has made its way into the latest back and forth in the 2016 presidential campaign.<p>Amid the flurry of statements about Hillary Clinton calling "half" of Donald Trump supporters a “basket of deplorables,” — a reference to some of the Republican nominee's supporters who …

Donald Trump

Conversational chatbots are yielding superior user interfaces

It may be hard to believe all the hype out there about chatbots – if only because there’s just so darn much of it out there right now to believe. But I’m here to attest that bots are not just a fad. Based on the early returns we’ve witnessed since developing one to use with our community of sports …

Donald Trump

Why IBM Will Soar While Apple Stumbles

IBM and Apple are firms at a crossroad. Neither can continue as it is; both face a fundamental reinvention. The difference is that one knows it, and …

Innovation

31 scientific societies just told Congress to take their climate denial and shove it

Scientists have had enough of Congress' climate denial. On Tuesday, a whopping 31 major scientific groups — representing tens of thousands of …

39 Indian Recipes Better Than Takeout

Drop that takeout menu: making homemade Indian food isn’t just about getting dinner on the table—it’s about exploring one of the world’s most …

Scientists just confirmed there's a second layer of information hidden in our DNA

That's something biologists have known for years, and they've even been able to figure out some of the proteins responsible for folding up DNA. But now a group of physicists have been able to demonstrate for the first time through simulations how this hidden information controls our evolution.<p>Let's …

Genetics

Opinion: India must act against Afrophobia in its cities

A Congolese teacher was recently beaten to death in New Delhi. There have been several cases of violence against Africans over the years, but what's …

India

Where the World’s Slaves Live

A new report estimates nearly 46 million people live in contemporary slavery, more than half of them in five countries.<p>This year, researchers surveyed residents of 15 states in India and asked them what it is like to live in conditions of contemporary slavery—the term used to describe human …

Human Rights

Harvard Scientist Engineers Bacterium That Inhales CO2, Produces Energy -- A 'Bionic Leaf'

The chemist who gave us the artificial leaf has genetically engineered bacteria to absorb hydrogen and carbon dioxide and convert them into alcohol fuel.<p>When Harvard Professor of Energy Daniel G. Nocera announced he was working with bacteria last year, other scientists cautioned it would be …

University of Chicago

The tallest place on Earth is nowhere near Mt. Everest

Whenever the question is asked, "what is the highest point on planet Earth?" people naturally assume that the answer is Mt. Everest.<p>In fact, so embedded is the notion that Mt. Everest is the highest point on the world that most people wouldn't even think twice before answering. And even when we …

Sea Level

This cartoon explains how the rich got rich and the poor got poor

Something massive and important has happened in the United States over the past 50 years: Economic wealth has become increasingly concentrated among a small group of ultra-wealthy Americans.<p>You can read lengthy books on this subject, like economist Thomas Piketty's recent best-seller, <i>Capital in the</i> …

Income Inequality

15 Cool Things You Can Do On The Internet For Free

The Internet is full of free things If you know the right place. You can learn anything on the internet free from seeing and reading. Today in this …

Prototyping Just Went to the Next Level With Framer

Advertise here with BSA<br>The latest version of Framer brings closure (well, that’s my opinion anyway) to the ‘should designers code’ argument. Never …

Web Design

How One Blind Marathon Runner Is Using Technology To Run Solo

By collaborating with IBM, Simon Wheatcroft wants to give blind runners the tools to run independently.<p>Of the 27,487 runners who traversed the city of Boston this year for the marathon, 39 were visually impaired.<p>Running a marathon blind can be terrifying: Hordes of runners are bolting toward you, …

Artificial Intelligence

Scientists Find Hints Of A Giant, Hidden Planet In Our Solar System

The astronomer whose work helped kick Pluto out of the pantheon of planets says he has good reason to believe there's an undiscovered planet bigger than Earth lurking in the distant reaches of our solar system.<p>That's quite a claim, because Mike Brown of Caltech is no stranger to this part of our …

Universe

There will be chaos: Big Oil’s collapse and the birth of a new world order

Barrel prices have completely cratered. With alternative energies on the rise, geopolitics may never be the same<p>As 2015 drew to a close, many in the global energy industry were praying that the price of oil would bounce back from the abyss, restoring the petroleum-centric world of the past …

Oil

How to Fall Asleep in Under a Minute

<i>Tech savvy</i>. <i>Culturally aware</i>. <i>Underemployed</i>. <i>Spiritual</i> but not <i>religious</i>.<p>These are all words and phrases that have come to be associated with the …

Harvard

Apple ad-blocking software scares publishers but Google is target

Apps that prevent ads making it to the screens of mobile phones topped the charts this year. What will the consequences be in 2016?<p>When Apple revealed that its new operating system for mobile phones, iOS 9, would feature what the company called “content-blocking Safari extensions”, no one really …

Digital Advertising

Angular 2 versus React: There Will Be Blood

Angular 2 has reached Beta and appears poised to become the hot new framework of 2016. It’s time for a showdown. Let’s see how it stacks up against …

How to Retire 10 Years Earlier | Men's Health

<b>1. Calculate Your Number—Then Toss It</b><br>Those online calculators will say you need 70 to 85 percent of your current income annually in order to retire comfortably.<p>“That’s nonsense,” says David Gould, a former programmer who retired at age 45 with $800,000 in assets. “I was living fine on 50 percent of …

Long Before They Were 'Apparent Muslims,' Sikhs Were Targeted In U.S.

Early one morning last weekend, Amrik Singh Bal, 68, was standing along a stretch of highway in Fresno, Calif., waiting for a ride to work. Two white menpulled up beside him, hollering obscenities out their window.<p>The <i>Fresno Bee</i> reports that Bal, who is Sikh, has a white beard and was wearing a blue …

Puget Sound

How collective intelligence helps organizations move past hierarchical leadership structures

Conventional wisdom tells us that organizations run best when critical decisions are made by a strong and capable CEO.<p>This is true even if it means calling upon a temporary leader until a permanent replacement can be found (as we saw with Twitter’s recent scramble to bring on Jack Dorsey).<p>Of …

Holiday family gathering survival guide: How to argue with your racist, Islamophobic uncle at Christmas dinner

Talking points to respond to Islamophobia, ISIS, anti-black racism, anti-immigrant myths, and homophobia<p>This year saw an explosion of racism, Islamophobia, xenophobia, and violence. While there were some significant progressive victories in 2015, there were also many dangerous developments -- from …

Rights & Freedoms
Market Capitalization
Amazon Web Services