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News Roundup: A quiet week after Gamescom

Nintendo caused a mild storm this week after a new costume for Zero Suit Samus was unveiled for Super Smash Bros. The revealing costumes, based on appearances from Metroid Fusion and Metroid Zero Mission, have caused a divisive reaction with some people complaining about the increasing sexualization of Samus Aran.  261 more words

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Global Mobile News Round-up – Week 18th August 2014

Each week the MEF team curates mobile stories from around the world. Essential news, the latest market insight & data nuggets, the Global News Round-up offers an instant international mobile content and commerce snapshot. 797 more words

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A cross-section from Ferguson, and parts beyond

First and foremost: the St. Louis Area Foodbank serves Ferguson. If you’ve been looking for some way to support the protestors and the occupied, but are (understandably) wary of opportunistic scammers, this is one reputable place to donate. 349 more words

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Global Mobile News Round-up – Week 11th August 2014

Each week the MEF team curates mobile stories from around the world. Essential news, the latest market insight & data nuggets, the Global News Round-up offers an instant international mobile content and commerce snapshot. 1,042 more words

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"These are not isolated incidents"

“What was the Mulford Act? Nothing less than an outright ban on carrying guns in public places, a law that would today sound draconian in general, let alone a piece of legislation with support from the NRA. 296 more words

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Global Mobile News Round-up – Week 4th August 2014

Each week the MEF team curates mobile stories from around the world. Essential news, the latest market insight & data nuggets, the Global News Round-up offers an instant international mobile content and commerce snapshot. 961 more words

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A bunch of tales of egregious race and gender BS. With studies!

“Haven’s inconsistent enforcement of the dress code makes girls ‘embarrassed,’ because those who are more developed often get singled out. The experience of 12-year-old Lucy Shapiro supports this. 447 more words

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