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The Guardian wants to engage with readers, but how we do it needs to evolve

Published in Odd and Fun on 20th September 2017

Building an online community is difficult, and changing the acces their home communities works once it has been established even more so. We want to try, and we want your help The internet has a problem, and that trouble is people. Drastic incidents of public persecution, abuse and peril practice are never far away from […]

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Monica Lewinsky:’ The shame puts to you like tar’

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th September 2017

Nearly 20 years ago, Monica Lewinsky encountered herself at the heart of a political commotion. Now shes grew that dark time into a oblige for good One night in London in 2005, the status of women said a surprisingly creepy circumstance to Monica Lewinsky. Lewinsky had moved from New York a few days earlier to […]

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Come friendly robots and take our dullest activities | John Naughton

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th September 2017

As the legal chatbot DoNoPay presents, automation may only feign the repetitive parts of white-collar labour. The middle classes can breathe again We are currently going through one of those periodic phases of automation feeling when we become convinced that the robots are coming for our positions. These dreads are regularly pooh-poohed by historians and […]

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Google’s self-driving gondola radical tries to obstruct Uber from employing reportedly stolen tech

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th September 2017

The injunction request escalated the intellectual property conflict between the two engineering companies and adds to the growing inventory of Ubers troubles Waymo, Googles self-driving vehicle firm, has asked a reviewer to block Ubers work on autonomous vehicles, escalating the high-profile intellectual property rights quarrel between the two technology companies and adding to the growing […]

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Fallout 4 review aEUR” splendid, messy and familiar

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th September 2017

Bethesda has a reputation for two things: stunningly realised world-wides and annoying technical questions. In both cases, the most recent Fallout does not disappoint War, intones your reputation solemnly. War never changes. Fallout 4 begins with the go-to path of the sequence, before reproducing it at the speeches close. There is a point when habit […]

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5 Ways The World Will Be Different When Generation-Z Graduates

Published in Odd and Fun on 3rd September 2017

Going away to college tends to feel like disappearing into a foam, exclusively to resurface on the shores of the real world a few years later. Afforded the rate at which game-changing makes are being launched to solve age-old issues, such as access to sustainable force and improved universal healthcare, countries around the world post-degree […]

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What next? How future gazing became big business

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th August 2017

Peering into the future is not only a popular activity, its central to the business world and has spawned a world-wide industry With robots taken away from and 3D-printed pizza for tea, the future is not for the faint-hearted. Yet, appetites abound for the ceaseless brook of information about what tomorrow could bring from the […]

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Self-segregation: how a personalized world is dividing Americans

Published in Odd and Fun on 28th August 2017

Most beings arent looking to self-segregate, but they do it regardless in an age of armed privatization and social media on college campuses Its a information: while Americans have countless implements with which to connect with one another, we are also watching fragmentation, polarization, and de-diversification pass en masse. The American world is self-segregating, weeping […]

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Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg’s 99% donate is suffer with strings attached | Devon Maloney

Published in Odd and Fun on 24th August 2017

The pairs initiative was a great gesture but even by extreme dedicating, they can never buy their way out of health inequalities their abundance and power creates Its refreshing to accompany two prominent billionaires even compensating lip service to upending plutocracy. And of course, considering the dire state of the world-wide resource gap, it would […]

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Published in Odd and Fun on 21st August 2017

Even though we’re bigger and stronger than our smartphones, misuse can lead to physical strains and discomfort. The dangers of excessive screen time that we hear about most often relate to happiness, relationships and self-worth; it’s rare to consider the physical dangers associated with our digital devices. But it’s all too easy to fall into bad habits […]

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