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Twitter aims to spread its wings with new Fabric platform

Some of the biggest brands in tech started out as a single website with a single purpose. Google and Yahoo started as a search engines before becoming ubiquitous. While Twitter is likewise a giant name, it has thus far been less successful than the aforementioned companies...

source: By Ross Lancaster
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Mensa Membership Month happens in October. To celebrate its 68th year, Mensa will offer 50 percent off testing for the entire month of October! That's just $20 to discover a whole tribe of people who think just like you, and 1 in 50...

source: American Mensa

Nautilus spoke with five present and former members of the society: Richard Hunter, a retired finance director at a drinks distributor; journalist Jack Williams; Bikram Rana, a director at a business consulting firm; LaRae Bakerink, a business consultant; and clinical hypnotist...

source: Nautilus

How do people get new ideas? Presumably, the process of creativity, whatever it is, is essentially the same in all its branches and varieties, so that the evolution of a new art form, a new gadget, a new scientific principle, all involve common factors.

source: MIT Technology Review

A recent episode of "The Big Bang Theory" shows Sheldon, Leonard,...

source: Slate

Extreme weather events are nothing new, but they appear to be gaining strength. Scientists have risked life and limb to help us better understand — and better survive — these storms.

source: Scientific American

Modern computer science is dominated by men. But it hasn't always been this way. A lot of computing...

source: NPR


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