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Column: Don’t be fooled. CO2 emissions still tied to economic growth

The carbon intensity of many economies continues to fall. But don’t be fooled. Economic growth does affect CO2 emissions. Photo by Jeff Swensen/Getty Images You can call it my pet peeve or even my obsession, but whenever I read about the claimed “decoupling” of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and economic growth, I get annoyed. Show More Summary

Surprise: Missouri Republican Who Called Pregnancy a 'Silver Lining' of Rape Isn't Sorry 

52 minutes agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel

Welcome to Big Time Small-Time Dicks, a regular column on The Slot that explores local politicians, small-town scandals, and everything else making life miserable on a local level. Know a small time person who is a big time dick we should feature? Email us. Read more...

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I am certainly no fan of Erick Erickson. He has proven himself to be one nasty SOB. But that's what makes his latest column so interesting. The predicate act...

What Do You Do When Someone Says Something Obviously Untrue About Cars?

2 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Hello, humans of Jalopnik, and welcome to a special edition of Letters to Doug, your favorite weekly Jalopnik column wherein you provide the letters and I provide the Doug. Read more...

MFR Explores The DCEU's Road To Ruin: Column #1

Welcome to a special ongoing look at Warner Bros. and how it's handled its DC Comics properties.

Atlanta Mayor’s Column Attacking Bernie Sanders Was Drafted by Lobbyist, Emails Show

4 hours agoNews : Truthdig

    Hillary Clinton. (Gage Skidmore / (CC-BY-2.0)) Emails released from the office of influential Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed show that a column Reed published on CNN.com praising Hillary Clinton and ripping her opponent, Bernie Sanders,...Show More Summary

Top 10 Android app updates this week: Netflix, Vimeo

Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the [...]

MY USA TODAY COLUMN: How to make the U.S. collapse-proof. I’m afraid, though, that my proposal off…

MY USA TODAY COLUMN: How to make the U.S. collapse-proof. I’m afraid, though, that my proposal offers insufficient opportunities for graft.

Carlos Gomez Calls Out Columnist For Quoting Him Poorly

7 hours agoSports : Deadspin

On Wednesday, the Houston Chronicle’s Brian T. Smith wrote a column about Astros outfielder Carlos Gomez’s slow start to the season. Aside from curiously singling out Gomez—rather than, say, the struggling pitching staff (closer Ken Giles has a 9.26 ERA!)—as a big reason the Astros are stumbling early in the season, there wasn’t much to the column. Show More Summary

Sort a column of text in Apple Pages?

I need to sort a column of text in the Pages program on my Mac, but can't figure out how to do so. Is it possible? The post Sort a column of text in Apple Pages? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

10 Mothers of Famous Authors

8 hours agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

In celebration of Mother's Day, let's take a look at some influential mamas. Column by Christopher Shultz Sunday is Mother's Day, and to honor all the mamas out there, let's take a moment to highlight ten mothers of famous authors who...Show More Summary

Veteran music column calls it quits

Peter Phillips has, after 33 years, written his last column for the Spectator. ‘Things have moved on from my habitual think pieces, outraged rants, ad hominem demolition of palpable idiots written in the back of aeroplanes,’ he reflects. Obviously it didn’t pay well enough for him to travel business class. Phillips is a busy choral […]

MY USA TODAY COLUMN: How to make the U.S. collapse-proof. It’s an approach too drastic to ever be …

MY USA TODAY COLUMN: How to make the U.S. collapse-proof. It’s an approach too drastic to ever be tried, though.

CAMILLE PAGLIA: Dem strategists knew Trump was ‘most formidable’ challenge to Clinton. In her la…

CAMILLE PAGLIA: Dem strategists knew Trump was ‘most formidable’ challenge to Clinton. In her latest Salon column (seriously, she’s the only reason ever to click on that website), outspoken social critic Camille Paglia suggests that “savvy Democratic strategists have surely known for months that [businessman Donald] Trump was by far the most formidable of Hillary […]

A Fantasy XI of Players Linked with Manchester City in Past 12 Months

Pep Guardiola ’s impending arrival at Manchester City has sent gossip columns into overdrive in recent months. The Spaniard is likely to want to make significant changes to the squad. Manuel Pellegrini will leave behind plenty of talent, yet City lack some of the qualities the new manager desires. Show More Summary

David Brooks and Coal Mining Jobs

David Brooks used his column today to complain about Hillary Clinton's lack of imagination. (She will face a candidate in the general election with considerable imagination.) One of his highlights is that she has no plan to deal with the problem faced by coal miners and their communities as a result of the loss of coal mining jobs. Show More Summary

Microsoft updates Mobile versions of Word, Excel and Powerpoint

Microsoft has pushed out updates for Word and Excel mobile. The changelog for Word (17.6868.47762.0) notes: Merge and split cells  You can now merge cells to make a heading span across columns, or split cells to show the right level of details. The changelog for Excel (17.6868.50482.0) notes: Copy an entire worksheet No need to start […]

The Han Solo Movie May Have Finally Found Its Star

The race to land a new Han Solo may finally have come to a close. Page Six, the gossip column for The NY Daily News, just dropped a bombshell stating that, according to sources, Alden Ehrenreich has been cast as Young Han Solo. Here's...Show More Summary

Lego Reimagined As A Toy To Teach Braille

Like many ingenious designs, it's completely obvious in retrospect. The standard Lego brick has six dots, arranged in two columns of three—the exact same configuration of braille lettering. Read Full Story

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