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Goodbye Fake News, Hello Selective News

The Media Can Filter Your Perception

Publishers decided what news the public got to read since the manual typeset presses created single page newspapers. There were always more stories than printed space available. 679 more words

Media & Society

Updated: Border Patrol at Union Station in Utica Part of Troubling Policy

by Love and Rage Team

UTICA – According to witnesses disembarking from trains at Utica’s Union Station, several US Border Patrol agents were patrolling the platforms, allegedly asking about the citizenship of several people of color. 483 more words


Why Tory Lanez Shouldn't Have Dropped $35K In Discriminatory Store [EXCLUSIVE]

Tory Lanez was in a fancy Canadian department store when an employee “tried to play him like he was broke.” Tory turned around and dropped a cool $35,000 dollars on a purchase in order to prove the employee wrong. 158 more words

The Show

Profiling C++ code with Callgrind

Often times, we have to write code to perform tasks whose complexity vary from mundane, such as retrieving and organizing data, to highly complex, such as simulations CFD simulations comprising the spine of a project. 870 more words

The NFL's Field of Dreams

By KDallas

Football, the sport as American as apple pie . . . or so we’ve been told. Who made apple pie the American dessert mascot of this country? 2,029 more words

Reduction of persons

Reduction of persons
into friends and enemies
betrays small vision
driven by fear

Snap judgments
drive compulsive sorting
of good versus everyone else

Diminishing circles of friends… 82 more words