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Can media do for Snapchat what it did for Facebook?

Snapchat is distancing itself from its core messaging feature with its new Discover product. Instead of offering new communication tools, it’s focusing on media content to hook users. 1,021 more words

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Most Americans and Scientists Tend to Disagree, Survey Finds

Regular Americans and their scientist counterparts think much differently about science-related issues, according to a new pair of surveys.

The Pew Research Center, in collaboration with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, asked 5,750 American citizens and scientists their opinions on a series of scientific topics. 203 more words

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This Is the Future of Humanity in One Disturbing Photo

I have a dream: That one day, all women, men and children will live in a virtual world devoid of social connection and existential meaning, suckled by a constant stream of saccharine liquids and delectable quasi-nutrients, and preoccupied by an unending wave of sensory distractions and entertainments. 143 more words

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These Books Can Teach You to Be the Best at Anything

After my post What does it take to become an expert at anything? a number of people have written, curious about where to learn more on the subject. 752 more words

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Windows 10 Features Businesses Will Love Logan Roberts

With Windows XP unsupported and users eager to get off of Windows 7, the much anticipated Windows 10 should be great for businesses. While we already explored a little bit about the exciting Surface Hub for Office Collaboration, we want to break down some of the features that Microsoft is launching with Windows 10 and how they can help businesses become more efficient. 644 more words

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Brief introduction as we prepare to dive in to the world of data.

What is Data science?

Data science is magic.

Magic, not just because it can grow exponentially and unpredictably, neither because of the vastness in context of what each data holds within, but also because it has capability to re-define the entire process of how the perfectly armored and sophisticated model or a product (in theory) can be actually nothing but perfectly imperfect.

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