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The new WeWork start incubator promises & # 39; fertile paradise & # 39;

[ad_1] If you work in a WeWork joint workspace, you're used to seeing New Age versions of the vaguely Soviet-era propaganda that implores "Hustle Harder" and "Do What You Love." It is a place for idealistic fighters, consumed by business success. Now, the real estate company aims to help some founders of startups to take their career to a new …

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Impatient with universities, employers design their own courses

[ad_1] Scott Gordon had just arrived at his job as rector of Eastern Washington University when a student approached him at a meeting at the Skyline Ballroom of the RL Hotel in Spokane. The event was also new. Called the Eagle Summit after the athletics mascot of the public university, it was created to create enthusiasm among the followers of …

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Cookbook summary 2017: Pie and whiskey, artisan coffee, dinner in a flash

[ad_1] The cookbooks that resonate this year are the ones that become real. Whether you're encouraged to use some cooking knowledge, or use a brute-force crushing method based on a mallet, this season's best cookbooks emphasize technique, authenticity and the occasional salty language. Sophisticated cookbooks are still out there, but somehow they feel less important, ceding their slots in our …

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The new Jeep Wrangler 2018 is exactly what the fans asked off the road

[ad_1] Car manufacturers can learn a lot by breaking down the new Jeep Wrangler, and not just because it's very easy to reassemble it later. (Seriously: opening and closing doors, roof and windshield is very simple.) The newest generation of this free exploration emblem – the fourth redesign in its 30-year history – is more than an update. It is …

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Secret link discovered between pure mathematics and physics

[ad_1] Mathematics is full of strange number systems that most people have never heard of and would have trouble conceptualizing. But the rational numbers are familiar. They are the numbers that count and the fractions, all the numbers that you have known since elementary school. But in math, the simplest things are often the hardest to understand. They are simple …

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Space photos of the week: where the stars will live and die

[ad_1] As Carl Sagan once said: "We are made of star things". And so is everything in the universe. When a star explodes, it leaves traces that can tell you about its elemental composition, and Cassiopeia A is a great example of those supernova remnants. The Chandra X-ray observatory took this picture of Cassiopeia A with X-ray light. Each color …

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Who wants a Pet Direwolf? Maybe a carrier pigeon?

[ad_1] In recent years, scientific writer Britt Wray has been delving into the strange field of "extinction", traveling the world to meet with scientists who are working to bring back species ranging from uros to thylacine and the woolly mammoth. One of the most promising efforts is Revive & Restore, which hopes to create a living pigeon by the year …

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Facebook crushes a 19 year error and more security news this week

[ad_1] The most important story in technology this week – and perhaps this year – was the neutrality of the network, which the FCC effectively abolished by repealing the Obama era rules that prevented the creation of "fast lanes" " from Internet. They did so despite overwhelming evidence that the mandatory public comment period was overrun with bots, form letters …

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OnePlus 5T Review: the best Android phone for $ 500

[ad_1] Did you ever come to a party, look around and notice that you were not dressing well? It's a moment of panic. This nightmarish scenario happened to OnePlus earlier this year. His OnePlus 5 had the brain to match any competing Android device, but next to phones like the Galaxy S8, LG G6, iPhone X, it looked, well, sloppy. …

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The Koch brothers are the new obstacle for cities to build broadband

[ad_1] The three Republican commissioners now in power in the FCC voted this week to erase the agency's legal authority over high-speed Internet providers. They claim that competition will protect consumers, that the commission should not interfere with the "dynamic internet ecosystem," and that they are "protecting the freedom of the internet." Now that the vote has been taken, the …

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