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The notebook is geared toward workers jotting down notes in meetings. Evernote and Moleskine are at it again. The two companies have partnered up to create a special notebook for Evernote users geared
Sunday night, HBO's new comedy, Silicon Valley premieres, and as a Slate review notes of the titular place, "Rarely has a show had to do so little to find so much to mock." It's from Mike Judge, the man
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Horses and pandas and whales, oh my. For the past five years, Dave Lange has handled all FedEx shipments that require a chartered plane, coordinating deliveries of the big, weird, and extra important.
According to a number of recent articles like this one from the BBC, “Violent video games leave teens ‘morally immature.’’” The BBC writes about work done by Mirjana Bajovic, a researcher at Brock University,