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ABB Azipod D — New Marine Electric Propulsion System Uses 25% Less Installed Power

An impressive new offering for the good of marine electric propulsion systems was recently unveiled by ABB — one that requires, quite impressively, up to 25% less installed power than earlier models. This new model, known as the Azipod...Show More Summary

What would Paul Krugman do: Imagining the plan which defeats the ultra-rich

Obama had too much faith in the system to change it. Fighting income inequality plan requires this braver approach

Some Assembly Required

Building systems come in a huge variety of styles, shapes, materials, and levels of difficulty. This week we take a look at several of them—one traditional, one non-traditional, and two that offer a new twist on the classics. TakeShow More Summary

Many Women Of Color Don't Go To The Police After Sexual Assault For A Reason

Survivors are seeking alternative paths to justice that don’t require involving a racist criminal justice system

California court rules that Sun Worshipping Atheism is not a religion and requires no accommodation

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A California court ruled that atheism is not a religion based on a three-point checklist to determine “the sometimes subtle distinction between a religion and a secular belief system.” Marshel Copple is the sole follower of “Sun Worshipping Atheism,” a belief system the former corrections officer...

UW Study Digs into Consumer Perceptions of Restaurant Grading Systems

In recent years, numerous cities around the world have adopted systems that require restaurant health inspection scores to be communicated clearly at the restaurant. In New York City, prospective diners see an A, B, or C grade in the restaurant’s front window. Elsewhere, customers see a percentage score out of 100. Communicating a satisfactory amount of... Continue Reading

PEW POLL: “The public sees the nation’s tax system as deeply flawed: 59% say ‘there is so much wr…

PEW POLL: “The public sees the nation’s tax system as deeply flawed: 59% say ‘there is so much wrong with the federal tax system that Congress should completely change it.’ Just 38% think the system ‘works pretty well’ and requires ‘only minor changes.’”

Kids Harness Plastic Waste for Water Filtration in African Slum

Africa’s biggest urban slum — Kibera — in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, has serious humanitarian issues: lack of potable water and formalized sewage systems are two biggies. But a clever low-tech water filtration project that requires large numbers of discarded plastic water bottles could alleviate these problems.

Melbourne: 'Continuous Flow' Design Proposed For Hoddle Street Intersections

Melbourne’s congested Hoddle Street is the focus of two new plans aimed at improving travel times in the area. An American system called ‘Continuous Flow’ is one proposal, requiring roads to be widened at certain points. The approach would be a first for Australia. Show More Summary

Here Is What You Need To Run Windows 10

Microsoft released Windows 10 system requirements for mobile and desktop systems.

The LHC does a dry run

Engineers have started the last step required before sending protons all the way around the renovated Large Hadron Collider. All systems are go! The the Large Hadron Collider’s operations team has started running the accelerator through...Show More Summary

Xenoblade Chronicles 3D won't fit on microSD card included in New 3DS/XL

Coming from the Nintendo UK hub page... The download version of Xenoblade Chronicles 3D does not fit on the microSD card included with New Nintendo 3DS and New Nintendo 3DS XL systems: an 8GB or larger microSD card is required to download...Show More Summary

To Solve California’s Water Crisis, We Must Transform Our Nation’s Food System

last weekNews : Truthdig

California’s terrifying drought is putting one-third of the U.S. produce market at risk, but fixing the problem will require a shift from industrial farms to local ones.

Mapping an Accessible TTC

With a lack of funding, the TTC projects to miss their accessibility requirements that they must meet by 2025. We map what this system will look like to a person with accessibility needs. For most TTC passengers, there’s usually not too much thought involved when one sets out to Ride the Rocket. Show More Summary

Upgrading to Windows 10? Here’s everything you need to know

Microsoft this week revealed plenty of new details about its upcoming Windows 10 desktop and mobile operating system, talking at WinHEC in China about a release timeframe, new security features, new gestures and hardware requirements for the upcoming Windows 10 upgrade. Show More Summary

Google Play Store: Developers Need To Rate Apps Ready For New Age-Rating System

Google Play is introducing a new age-rating system to its online store, a report from The Guardian says. The new ruling will affect app developers who will be required to fill out a questionnaire about their product before it gets published. Show More Summary

Coming soon: smarter hardware for smarter computers

last weekTechnology : Gigaom

Whether they're running on servers or smartphones, some believe that machine learning algorithms will require specially designed systems.

An Atheist’s Search For A Useful Morning Prayer

Heather Havrilesky: “Unfortunately, I don’t like saying bold and glorious words out loud. So I need a prayer that’s not too prayer-like. I need a belief system that doesn’t require me to suspend my disbelief. My prayer shouldn’t conjure pews and crosses and a vengeful God, but also it shouldn’t conjure wind chimes and scented […]

Your Windows 10 Password Will Be Your Face

Microsoft announced this morning two components of Windows 10, its next operating system, that will help users log into both hardware and digital services. ‘Windows Hello’ will allow users with machines that have the required hardware to log into their computing device using their face, eyes, or fingerprint. Show More Summary

GPA’s Are Idiotic

I was thinking about something only tangentially related to grading, when it struck me that the way we go about generating student grade point averages is the kind of mind-bogglingly stupid system that requires lots of smart people working together to produce. Two very different groups of smart people, with very different ways of looking…

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