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Millennials on track to die faster than Gen X, thanks to mental health - Business Insider Deutschland

American millennials are seeing their physical and mental health decline at a faster rate than Gen X did, according to Blue Cross Blue Shie...

American millennials are seeing their physical and mental health decline at a faster rate than Gen X did, according to Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Bytecode Alliance

Building a Parser – Chelsea Troy

I recently picked up Crafting Interpreters. The project guides programmers through building their own interpreters for the Lox programming...

I recently picked up Crafting Interpreters. The project guides programmers through building their own interpreters for the Lox programming language. I'm writing this blog series as I go through the project. You can see all the posts so far right here. In Chapter 5 of Crafting Interpreters, we pick up from the scanner that turned our…

Sketchviz - Create and publish Graphviz graphs on the web for free

Create and publish Graphviz charts for free.

Don’t Call Me a Pessimist on Climate Change. I Am a Realist | The Tyee

To see our fate clearly, we must face these hard facts about energy, growth and governance. Part one of two.

Julian Reichelt on Twitter: "Neue Fabrik „is near the new Berlin airport“, so @elonmusk ."

Mozilla Foundation - What Half of iPhone Users Don’t Know About Their Privacy: New Poll

Mozilla is a global nonprofit dedicated to keeping the Internet a global public resource that is open and accessible to all.

Launch: Basecamp Gets Personal - Signal v. Noise

Elon Musk picks Berlin for Tesla’s Europe Gigafactory – TechCrunch

Elon Musk said Tuesday during an awards ceremony in Germany that Tesla’s European gigafactory will be built in the Berlin area. Musk was ...

Elon Musk said Tuesday during an awards ceremony in Germany that Tesla’s European gigafactory will be built in the Berlin area. Musk was onstage to receive a Golden Steering Wheel Award given by BILD. “There’s not enough time tonight to tell all the details,” Musk said during an onstage interview with Volkswagen Group CEO Herbert […]

Announcing .NET Jupyter Notebooks - Scott Hanselman

Jupyter Notebooks has been the significant player in the interactive development space for many years, and Notebooks have played a vital ro...

Jupyter Notebooks has been the significant player in the interactive development space for many years, and Notebooks have played a vital role in the continued ...

No Shenanigans – AVC

Italian aerospace group Leonardo invests in solar-powered drones - Reuters

Italian defense and aerospace group Leonardo has invested in a company developing solar-powered drones potentially capable of unlimited fli...

Italian defense and aerospace group Leonardo has invested in a company developing solar-powered drones potentially capable of unlimited flight with no refueling, it said.

Tearing apart printf() – MaiZure's Projects

How does printf work behind the scenes

Hyrum's Law

Don't Charge $9 a month for Your SaaS | Mojosaas

Today I increased pricing plans across Votemojo and Previewmojo. All plans now start at $49 a month. Here

Simplifying Payments with Facebook Pay | Facebook Newsroom

Melting with tenderness – TheTLS

To mark the imminent publication of the French translation of Ada, Bernard Pivot interviewed Vladimir Nabokov for an episode of Apostrophes...

To mark the imminent publication of the French translation of Ada, Bernard Pivot interviewed Vladimir Nabokov for an episode of Apostrophes, the prime-time literary talk show on French television. (The episode was first broadcast on May 30, 1975.) Although Apostrophes was one of the best-loved programmes of its time in France, Nabokov had to be cajoled into participating. All other Apostrophes interviews were impromptu, with a group of critics involved in the discussion. This episode was also broadcast live and before a small audience, and there were other critics present, but Nabokov was allowed to have the questions – only from Pivot himself – sent in advance, and to prepare his answers, which during the programme he read from cards roughly concealed behind a stack of his books. Nabokov was pleased with the result, and although some viewers deplored the absence of the programme’s usual spontaneity, Pivot later…

Behind the Scenes of a Radical New Cancer Cure - Scientific American Blog Network

I’ve now treated several patients with the new cancer gene therapy called CAR-T, but there’s still a lot to learn

Steve Blank Why The Government is Isn’t a Bigger Version of a Startup

This article previously appeared in War On The Rocks There was a time when much of U.S. academia was engaged in weapon systems research for...

This article previously appeared in War On The Rocks There was a time when much of U.S. academia was engaged in weapon systems research for the Defense Department and intelligence community. Some of the best and brightest wanted to work for defense contractors or corporate research and development labs. And the best startups spun out…

Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional | American Civil Liberties Union

BOSTON — In a major victory for privacy rights, a federal court in Boston today ruled that the government’s suspicionless searches of i...

BOSTON — In a major victory for privacy rights, a federal court in Boston today ruled that the government’s suspicionless searches of international travelers’ smartphones and laptops at airports and other U.S. ports of entry violate the Fourth Amendment. The ruling came in a lawsuit, Alasaad v.

More South Korean academics caught naming kids as co-authors

The practice was probably used to improve the children’s chances of securing a university place. The practice was probably used to impro...

The practice was probably used to improve the children’s chances of securing a university place. The practice was probably used to improve the children’s chances of securing a university place.

https://www.nccgroup.trust/us/about-us/newsroom-and-events/blog/2019/october/bypassing-authentication-on-ssh-bastion-hosts/

The U.S. can slash health-care costs 75% with 2 fundamental changes — and without ‘Medicare for All’ - MarketWatch

Fund the HSA deductible, as Indiana and Whole Foods do, and put real prices on everything

Daniel Sada Caraveo – How to sleep at night having a cloud service: common Architecture Do's – Software, Notes & Quantum

I like to sleep, but more importantly, I like to sleep while my cloud service is running.

Red Hat Introduces open source Project Quay container registry

Red Hat introduces the open sourcing of Project Quay, the upstream project representing the code that powers Red Hat Quay and Quay.io.