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Admiring the beauty of UFB and OS X

Just looking through ‘System Information’ specifically the Frameworks and it is amazing how modular OS X is – it seems that although Apple has put a lot of effort to talk about the razzle-dazzle of the consumer facing side of OS X but there is a lot of work that has been done under the hood to improve the system – the gradual piece by piece cleaning things up and fine tuning. 514 more words

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When To Buy The Cheapest Airline Tickets

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By Deborah Jian Lee, Contributor If you’re shopping for cheap airline tickets for your next vacation, wait until the weekend to grab the best deal. 47 more words

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Trading Your Privacy To Save A Few Dollars

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By Tony Bradley, Contributor Privacy is a sensitive topic—especially in the post Edward Snowden NSA-gate era. People don’t like being spied on, or having their personal information shared…unless it’s on their own terms. 36 more words

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Now Necessary, Prices For World Series Game 5 Tickets Up 18%. Game Six In Kansas City Down 12%.

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By Jesse Lawrence, Contributor A 7-2 Kansas City Royals over the San Francisco Giants in Game 2 of the World Series ensured the series will go at least five games. 37 more words

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The China See-Saw Continues As Stocks Rise On PMI Data

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By Kenneth Rapoza, Contributor China’s HSBC Flash PMI beats market, but data shows just how dependent country remains on export markets. 14 more words

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Hermès Introduces Collection of Writing Objects to Complement the Nautilus Pen

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By Alicia Adamczyk, Forbes Staff After debuting the Nautilus Pen earlier this year, Hermès now adds a new, perfectly polished collection of writing accessories to complement its first-ever writing utensil. 14 more words

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A Hybrid Bottom-Up and Top-Down Approach to Machine Medical Ethics: Theory and Data by Simon Peter van Rysewyk and Matthijs Pontier

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The perceived weaknesses of philosophical normative theories as machine ethic candidates have led some philosophers to consider combining them into some kind of a hybrid theory. 92 more words

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