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Obama: “Despite our best efforts,” Syria turned into a pretty vicious war

"I didn't always have the tools that I want to effect those kinds of changes, but at least we tried." The post Obama: “Despite our best efforts,” Syria turned into a pretty vicious war appeared first on Hot Air.

3 Tools From Anthropology To Conquer Change

Guest blogger Andi Simon, Ph. D, author of On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights, is a corporate anthropologist and award-winning author (www.simonassociates.net). She is the founder and CEO of Simon Associates...Show More Summary

Donald Trump against jihadism, by Thierry Meyssan

Donald Trump's speech to the leaders of the Muslim world marks a radical change in US military policy. As from now, the enemy is no longer the Syrian Arab Republic, but jihadism, in other words the strategic tool of the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.

Question-And-Answer Service Quora Launches Beta Version Of Video Responses

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Quora, the service that lets its users post questions and employs a voting system to make the best answers rise to the top of each thread, is slowly rolling out a big change. It has launched a video response tool in beta, thus giving...Show More Summary

Dogpatch residents celebrate their changing SF neighborhood

“Hey, I like that haircut, man,” he said laughing, from his makeshift barbershop for the day, with just one chair and a tool kit filled with scissors and brushes, set up in the middle of Dogpatch Playground. Eliares, whose actual salon is at 2632 Third St. Show More Summary

GIS -- a powerful tool to be used with caution

(De Gruyter Open) A recent study, published in Open Archaeology, provides a new perspective on the severe impacts of escalating climate change on the heritage resources of Canadian Arctic. Referring to the application of Geographic Information...Show More Summary

Twitter rolls out new privacy tools as it ditches Do Not Track and expands data sharing

Twitter is dumping its support for Do Not Track (DNT), changing how it shares user data with third parties, and holding any web browsing data it collects for a longer duration—all to better aid in ad targeting, of course. But at theShow More Summary

A New Resource That Could Change Community and Public Health: Rochester Epidemiology Project's Data Exploration Portal

After celebrating its 50th anniversary in May 2016, the Rochester Epidemiology Project team is not stopping to rest. Instead, they are marking the beginning of the next 50 years with the launch of a tool that could change community and public health in the region.

Windows 10 Preview Build 16199 Changes Game-Related Settings, Breaks Windows Mixed Reality

The new build expands the availability of the new Story Remix tool, adds new functionalities to the My People feature, and changes some game-related settings.

Apple’s accessibility videos shine light on how its tools change lives

In keeping with its trend of highlighting regular users in its ads, Apple has debuted a new series of videos on its YouTube channel, showing how Apple’s Accessibility features can help users in their everyday lives. The seven “Designed...Show More Summary

BlackBerry Offering Privacy Shade Tool to All Hub+ Subscribers

BlackBerry today outlined several changes headed to its suite of Android applications, including the general availability of the Privacy Shade. The Privacy Shade was first made available only to BlackBerry-branded handsets, but will soon be available to any Android handset that relies on the BlackBerry Hub+ service. Show More Summary

New Interactive Tool Traces the Evolution of the U.S. Constitution

The National Constitution Center highlights the changes between drafts of the document

Trainspotting A DJ’s Tracks: Is It Lazy or Legit?

The moral acceptability of trainspotting (figuring out what a DJ is playing) is a longstanding debate in the DJ community. But in recent years, new tools and communities have changed how the process works - and one DJ, Jackmaster, took issue with it last week in a heartfelt opinion. Show More Summary

History of Git

Git is one of those tools that is so simple to use, that you often don’t learn a lot of nuance to it. You wind up cloning a repository from the Internet and that’s about it. If you make changes, maybe you track them and if you are really polite you might create a pull request to give back to the project. Show More Summary

How Stable is Cigarette Tax Revenue?

This web tool allows taxpayers to see how cigarette tax revenues have changed since 1955. Across almost all states, a clear pattern of volatility emerges. Tax rate hikes are met with a momentary bump in revenue, followed by a fallof...

How To Install A Mousse With Hand Tools | VIDEO

There’s no need for massive tire changing machines when following these tips. A DNF because of a flat is just unacceptable for pros, but for normal trail guys they still suck. That’s why a lot of people turn to foam tire inserts, better known as mousses (French for “foam”) to completely eliminate the chance of getting a flat. Show More Summary

5 New Tools That Helped Snapchat Change the Narrative About Its Data

This week, mobile agency Fetch will run its first Snapchat campaign for an entertainment brand using the messaging app's granular, interest-level targeting that serves ads to people based on what types of videos they have watched. Such sophisticated targeting wasn't available to marketers a year ago and reflects the mobile-messaging company's aggressive moves into the...

Cornell CIS and Adobe collaboration creates artificial intelligence photo tool

There may a new cool tool for image editing software in the future. If you're a fan of making your photo into a Monet or Warhol, there's now a way to make changes to a photograph by transferring the style and other elements from another photograph.

Changes in Early Stone Age tool production have 'musical' ties

(University of East Anglia) New research suggests that advances in the production of Early Stone Age tools had less to do with the evolution of language and more to do with the brain networks involved in modern piano playing. The findings are a major step forward in understanding the evolution of human intelligence.

Changes in Early Stone Age tool production have 'musical' ties

New research suggests that advances in the production of Early Stone Age tools had less to do with the evolution of language and more to do with the brain networks involved in modern piano playing.

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