Jamey Eisenberg gives you a full list of sleepers to trust in Week 11, as well as daily options to consider for DraftKings and FanDuel.
I’m pretty sure that UF did NAZI see this coming: HA HA HA Richard Spencer's check to the University of Florida covering the rental fee for the ODome bounced! pic.twitter.com/0oMZuYGFbD — Mike Bowen (@DrMBowen) November 8, 2017 Remember, when dealing with neo-NAZIs, white supremacists, neo-fascists, neo-nationalists, and other extremists you want cash or money orders […]
GUEST: Platforms like Twitter and Facebook were created with the intention of bringing people together, and since their beginnings, they’ve facilitated connections that would otherwise be impossible. But the promise of these open communication platforms has become more complicated as bots enter the mix. Show More Summary
By SwimSwam on SwimSwam I know this year is definitely not what you planned on. Trust me, I know. I was in your spot my freshman year as well. Let me tell you a story of what happened to me. Read the full story on SwimSwam: An Open Letter To The Freshman Who Never Thought Of Redshirting
TRUST the FIELD TEAM NJ voting machines get less scrutiny than laundry scales or Boardwalk ‘claw’ machines Steve Fulop ran Sunday’s NYC Marathon in under 4 hours, faces Matsikoudis Tuesday Disgraced former JC councilman paid by Fulop mayoral campaign Insert shadow...Read more
Jay Hunter Morris’s Texas twang makes him sound more like a country and western singer than a trusted former understudy to Luciano Pavarotti. The tenor stars in The Flying Dutchman, opening November 4 at the Atlanta Opera, in the role of Erik, who loves a woman enamored with the captain of a ghost ship.
Protected Media, a leading fraud prevention company that aims to bring transparency and trust to digital advertising, announced this week the opening of its New York office to meet the increased demand for its anti-fraud products. The...Show More Summary
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I’m writing a weekly series of articles on my new startup – it’s an exercise in radical openness. I got this idea for radical openness from a Canadian guy called Shane Parrish, who writes at farnamstreetblog.com. In particular, the idea that you should maintain a ‘decision journal’ – write down your decisions and your reasoning...
The Bitcoin system has the great virtue of securely sending value directly from stranger to stranger. It is open to anyone, anywhere in the world. The sender does not need to trust the recipient, nor any bank or other institution, to accurately record the transfer. Show More Summary
The sharing economy is booming despite a decline in trust across society. Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia explains why we open our doors to people we meet online
Our First Amendment rights are suddenly controversial. It's time to explore the state of free speech on campus and what tomorrow holds for democracy.
You trust Amazon to give you great deals on thousands of different products and deliver them in a timely manner. But are you ready to trust them with access to your home or […] The post Amazon Key Opens the Door to In-home Deliveries appeared first on Geek.com.
(Michigan State University) With the increased politicization of science, more and more people continue to be skeptical of research, especially when it comes to hot-button topics such as climate change and vaccines. Michigan State University...Show More Summary
Brian Williams is, surprisingly, back where he was in 2015: leading an evening newscast and winning in the ratings. Read more...
Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab announced on Monday it will allow third parties to analyse its antivirus software in an attempt to rule out accusations of spying for the Kremlin. "We want to show how we?re completely open and transparent. Show More Summary
(Bright Lights. Big City.) Quotes of The Day Quote I The only white man you can trust is a dead white man. Robert Mugabe Quote II We have this American president, Obama, born of an African father, who...
Always, always, always trust the process.
The Chargers, as much as anyone in the NFL, have their reasons to be skeptical when it comes to the guy who is supposed to knock the football between the two yellow posts. In their season opener in Denver, they had a game-tying kick blocked in the final seconds. In Week 2, they missed a pair of...
One of the highlights of this year's Defcon conference in Vegas was the Voting Machine Hacking Village, where security researchers tore apart the "secure" voting machines America trusts its democracy to. (more…)