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Is Technology Artificially Engineering Panic?

In recent years, we’ve seen unprecedented levels of public panic in response to a variety of events, including natural disasters, pandemics, and even basic social concerns. When news breaks of some new threat or danger, people react very strongly—sometimes limited to aggressive posts on social media, and sometimes manifesting in …

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We’re in a public health crisis. Where’s the CDC?

Enlarge / US President Donald Trump points to a reporter during the daily briefing on the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, at the White House on March 22, 2020, in Washington, DC. Two weeks have now gone by since the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has held a press briefing …

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Technology Trends to Follow in 2020 – Infographic

A brand new year and brand new business strategies. In this highly competitive market environment, it has become inevitable to stay consistently updated. If your business lacks in a certain aspect, it is bound to fall behind in the prevailing competition. Here are the technology trends to follow in 2020 …

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Coway Bidetmega 400: TP Shortage is Not a Problem

After enjoying Coway’s other products, which I have previously reviewed, including the Airmega and Aquamega — I thought I would try their Bidetmega 400. With recent world events and panic purchases of toilet paper during the Coronavirus pandemic, trying out their bidet might not have come at a better time. …

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ASCII art + permadeath: The history of roguelike games

Appreciate the game that inspired the genre and its name: Rogue Roguelike games have grown in popularity over the 40 years the genre has existed, even though they implement ideas that might seem anathema to popular gaming: extreme randomness, ASCII graphics, permadeath, enormous complexity, and more. Yet these days, you …

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