How Social Media Skews Your Perception Of Reality by http://bit.ly/2nnCwaS

We already know that social media is highly addictive, and that despite its social nature it may be responsible for your loneliness.

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Top 10 Office Upgrades You Can Do Yourself by http://bit.ly/2nehvzD

So maybe your workspace isn’t a cluttered mess, but maybe it just isn’t the haven of productivity you wish it was. If you’re looking to upgrade from your modest laptop on a desk to something more impressive, here are 10 cheap DIY upgrades to make it a battle station worthy of your time.

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The hackers in your yogurt by http://bit.ly/2neYlrH

To read the news these days is to receive frequent reminders about how easily our technology can be turned against us. We know the CIA can spy on us through our smart TVs and that criminals can infiltrate millions of personal computers, wireless routers, and other smart devices.

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Narro Reading of ‘News is not Netflix’: Personalization’s appeal remains uncertain for some publishers

Listen on Narro
“It’s really not about pushing you the content we think you want. It’s pushing the content we think is of news value.”

Narro Reading of The Best Dogs In Science Fiction

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From Astro to Xenomorph.

Call for Papers by http://bit.ly/2neeI9n

i17

Twelfth International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences
International Conference Center, Hiroshima, Japan
26–28 July 2017

If you would like to present, start by submitting a proposal. You will need the following: presentation type, short/long descriptions, keywords, focus, themes, and biographical information. View our Step-by-Step Guide to submitting a presentation proposal. Submit your proposal here.

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Report: Bad bots are swarming virtually every website and login page by http://mklnd.com/2o0Iyfe

You know that any report on bad bots is not going to be optimistic when it starts with a comparison to Pearl Harbor. In fact, the fourth annual “Bad Bot Report” from anti-bot service Distil Networks is downright depressing.

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