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Lichens did not grow on Homo naledi

Earlier this summer, Francis Thackeray published a short paper in the South African Journal of Science suggesting that lichens had deposited manganese upon the surfaces of hominin bone from the Dinaledi Chamber. Knowing that lichensShow More Summary

Salesforce CEO on the acquisitions that got away

LAGUNA BEACH, California — Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff says he had an "exciting vision" for how he could have used Twitter at his company even though he wasn't able to make good on it. Speaking Wednesday at the Wall Street Journal'sShow More Summary

Schmallenberg virus may reappear, warn experts

Schmallenberg virus is unlikely to be circulating in the south of England, but more needs to be done to warn vets and farmers of future disease outbreaks, write experts in the journal Veterinary Record. They say outbreaks may occur in years to come as herd immunity decreases.

PM Funds Roundup: Janus Sees $2B In Outflows; Infrastructure ETF Election Boost

Investors yanked $2 billion from Janus Capital (JNS) last quarter. Sarah Krouse, The Wall Street Journal. Getty Images Libor rates are high enough that even if the Fed raises rates, it might not have to increase the rate it pays banks to hold their cash. Amey Stone, Rhode Island is withdrawing money from seven […]

MY USA TODAY COLUMN: What we’re not talking about in this election: Government Corruption, ObamaCa…

MY USA TODAY COLUMN: What we’re not talking about in this election: Government Corruption, ObamaCare’s Implosion, The Ballooning National Debt. And that’s because, as Jim Treacher notes, “Modern journalism is all about deciding which facts the public shouldn’t know because they might reflect badly on Democrats.”

Researchers identify new species of dragonfly in Brazil

A new species of dragonfly with a brown spot on each of its four wingtips and a bluish waxy body coating has been described by Brazilian researchers in an article published in the scientific journal Zootaxa. Found in 2011 near a spring on the Itororó Ecological Reserve in Uberlândia, Minas Gerais State, Brazil, it has been named Erythrodiplax ana.

The Market Myth And Pay Disparity in Legal Academia: We Should Amend The Equal Pay Act To Prohibit Pay Raises For Faculty Scholarship

Paula A. Monopoli (Maryland), The Market Myth and Pay Disparity in Legal Academia, 52 Idaho L. Rev. 867 (2016): The definition of merit in academia is highly subjective, based in large part on the rank of the journal one publishes in and how often one publishes.... There have been...

Spotify On Exclusive Releases: “We Don’t Believe That It Is Good For The Artist”

Spotify’s Global Head of Creator Services Troy Carter discussed the current atmosphere of streaming music at Wall Street Journal’s WSJ.D Live conference.

Nintendo expects to sell 2 million Switches in the first month

While Nintendo's earnings didn't look so good this quarter, President and CEO Tatsumi Kimishima apparently has a rosy outlook for the launch of his company's next-gen Switch portable console. According to the Wall Street Journal Tokyo...Show More Summary

Upper Paleolithic humans may have hunted cave lions for their pelts

Upper Paleolithic humans may have hunted cave lions for their pelts, perhaps contributing to their extinction, according to a study published October 26, 2016 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Marián Cueto from the Universidad de Cantabria, Spain, and colleagues.

Top media guru reveals the future of tech and media in an epic slide deck

On Tuesday, top business-strategist Michael Wolf gave a massive presentation on the future of tech and media in 2017 at The Wall Street Journal's digital conference. He predicted that subscription revenue will drive internet and media, accounting for over half of growth. Show More Summary

Podcast 88: Celebrate holiday breakfasts, Keep a Medical Journal, and the Challenge of Handling Criticism.

It’s time for the next installment of  “Happier with Gretchen Rubin.” Try This at Home: Celebrate a holiday breakfast. (Pictured is a photo of last year’s Halloween holiday breakfast.) I write more about this tradition in The Happiness Project. Happiness Stumbling Blocks for the Four Tendencies. Show More Summary

As society implodes, enjoy the 'Last Ever Biggest Liar Contest'

In the interest of the practice of good journalism and objectivity and yada yada, we are prevented here from speculating on who might be the biggest liar in the present-day world. Scott Whitehair wouldn't mind taking a crack at it, though. "I can name him easily," he said. "We have him running...

How much would you pay for a Nintendo Switch?

Wall Street Journal reporter Takashi Mochizuki, who has long since had a direct line in on Nintendo, is stating that the company "won't make a loss" selling the Nintendo Switch, but it's "also listening t what consumers expect...when...Show More Summary

Former New York Times Reporter Declares Thou Shalt Not Criticize Obama’s Iran Deal

In an October 23 Washington Post book review, former New York Times reporter Elaine Sciolino is sharply critical of a new book on Iran by Wall Street Journal writer Jay Solomon, The Iran Wars, because he criticizes the July 2015 nuclear...Show More Summary

School pincipals shape students' values via school climate

(Association for Psychological Science) Over time, students' personal values become more similar to those of their school principal, according to new research published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Associational for Psychological Science. Show More Summary

Inside the Fall Issue of BHA’s Backcountry Journal

The fall issue of Backcountry Journal is arriving in BHA members’ mailboxes now. Here’s a preview of the new issue: Here’s a preview of the new issue. This post Inside the Fall Issue of BHA’s Backcountry Journal appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Chelsea Clinton, speaking in Madison to an audience of "a few hundred," said children are getting bullied in school because of the "Trump effect."

We're told — by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Jason Stein — that Chelsea "gave examples" of this "Trump effect" bullying that she attributed to what she called "an almost daily diet of hate speech" coming from Trump. I could have walked down the street and joined what Stein calls "a young crowd of supporters... Show More Summary

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