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Exquisitely Restored 1960s Vintage Campervan Up for Sale - Take a Peek Inside

The Vintage News--Rare, vintage trailers are often in high demand from campervan aficionados seeking a one-of-a-kind holiday experience. That’s why the discovery and
June 23, 2020
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April 20, 2020

Doctor warns public not to use homemade sex toys during lockdown

mirror - Online searches for homemade sex toys have surged across the UK over the last few months but a medical expert has urged people not to give them a go
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April 15, 2020

Glassdoor Mud-Pit: Employees sued for negative company reviews.

Ask The Headhunter - Do you post negative reviews about your employers on Glassdoor? You might get sued for violating a "non-disparagement" agreement.
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December 03, 2019

How to Make Your iPhone Black and White (And Why You Should)

Medium - The candy-colored interface on your phone triggers your brain into using it more. Use grayscale mode to make the junk less appealing.
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November 23, 2019

Rare Film of Monet, Renoir, Rodin and Degas

Chonday.com - Fine art enthusiasts will appreciate these fascinating 100-year-old film clips of four of the most celebrated artists in history; Claude Monet, Pierre
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October 21, 2019

Alexa and Google Home abused to eavesdrop and phish passwords

Ars Technica - Amazon- and Google-approved apps turned both voice-controlled devices into "smart spies."
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October 17, 2019

Kurt Vonnegut Diagrams the Shape of All Stories in a Master's Thesis Rejected by U. Chicago

Open Culture - “What has been my prettiest contribution to the culture?” asked Kurt Vonnegut in his autobiography Palm Sunday. His answer?
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October 08, 2019

Media Bubbles Aren't The Biggest Reason We're Partisans

FiveThirtyEight - Maybe you call it a bubble. Maybe you call it a silo. Maybe you just call it an echo chamber. But whatever metaphorical, narrow and enclosed space you prefer, t…
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September 10, 2019

Yale Presents an Archive of 170,000 Photographs Documenting the Great Depression

Open Culture - During the Great Depression, The Farm Security Administration—Office of War Information (FSA-OWI) hired photographers to travel across America to document the poverty that gripped the nation, hoping to build support for New Deal programs being championed by F.D.R.'s administration.
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June 27, 2019

In 1886, the US Government Commissioned 7,500 Watercolor Paintings of Every Known Fruit in the World: Download Them in High Resolution

Open Culture - T.S. Eliot asks in the opening stanzas of his Choruses from the Rock, “where is the knowledge we have lost in information?” The passage has been called a pointed question for our time, in which we seem to have lost the ability to learn, to make meaningful connections and contextualize events.
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June 26, 2019

Enter an Archive of 6,000 Historical Children's Books, All Digitized and Free to Read Online

Open Culture - We can learn much about how a historical period viewed the abilities of its children by studying its children's literature.
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