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Google, Facebook And Microsoft Sponsored A Conference That Promoted Climate Change Denial
By Stephanie Mencimer, Mother Jones
The conference was backed by a group founded to spread the “good news” about carbon emissions.
Microsoft Will Loan Up To $500 Million To Address Seattle's Housing Crisis
Home prices in the Seattle region have skyrocketed in recent years as tech companies have reported record profits.
Paul Allen, Microsoft Co-Founder, Dead At 65
The billionaire philanthropist and owner of two sports teams, the Seattle Seahawks and the Portland Trailblazers, died of complications related to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
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Facebook Content Moderator Says Job Gave Her PTSD, Sues Company
The lawsuit says Facebook has ignored its duty to keep moderators from being "irreparably traumatized."
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Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Gave $100,000 To Help GOP Keep The House, Filings Show
Allen gives regularly to both parties, but until recently his donations had swayed towards Democrats.
More Russian Hacking Uncovered Ahead Of Midterms — This Time Targeting Conservatives
Microsoft described it as an effort to “disrupt democracy.”
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Adrian Lamo, Hacker Who Turned In Chelsea Manning, Dies at 37
Lamo was also known for hacking organizations including The New York Times, Microsoft and Yahoo.
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Apple Eyes Fix For Chip Flaw Leaving Consumers Without Secure Web Browsing
By Kanishka Singh and Douglas Busvine, Reuters
With Safari and virtually all other popular browsers not patched, hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users may not have secure means of web browsing until Apple issues its patch.
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Bubbles: Are They Back?
, Guest Writer
There has been much greater concern about the danger of asset bubbles ever since the collapse of the housing bubble sank
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The 25 Most Profound ’Shower Thoughts’ On Reddit This Week
"If you believe the earth is flat, do you also believe the sun and the moon are flat?"
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
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Blaming Inequality On Technology: Sloppy Thinking For The Educated
, Guest Writer
If technology, not policy, is the culprit, it means inequality is something that happened, not something we did.
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Supreme Court To Decide Major Microsoft Email Privacy Fight
By Lawrence Hurley, Reuters
A ruling is due by the end of June.
What To Do If You Think An Online Account Has Been Hacked
Popular Science brings its readers amazing innovations and dis...
Fortunately, you can take action in the face of digital vandalism.
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A Classroom Of Tomorrow
Teacher, blogger, tailgate trombonist
Good morning, children, and welcome to today’s classes in the Mr. Edbrand Fifth Grade Room, brought to you by Exxon here
DACA: 5 Ways Corporate Leaders Can Step Up To Make An Impact
Lili Gil Valletta
Entrepreneur, Cultural Innovator, CEO CIEN+ CulturIntel, mom.
DACA has ceased to exist as we have known it, leaving many disheartened wondering what the future holds for the lives and
The Tidying Battle: Astounding Stockpiles in Which to Lose Yourself
Author, poet, humorist, avid reader. Wife of one, mama of six....
We’ve got some astounding stockpiles lying around our house. There are the clothes, mostly clean except for the way they’ve
RIP, MS Paint
Microsoft declared its beloved graphics program "deprecated" and said updates will cease this year.
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Tech Companies Wage War On Disease-Carrying Mosquitoes
By Julie Steenhuysen, Reuters
Smart traps could aid scientists who study mosquitos.
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