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Do Your Part! Illegally Download Scientific Papers [Boing Boing]

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Jesse Singal requested this shoop, and I delivered. After all, who's downloading pirated papers? Everyone. (I've uploaded this to Redbubble if you'd like a poster—of course, you can just as well pirate it.)

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The Transatlantic Lullaby Playlist [Lifehacker]

Summer’s the season for travel. If you’re hopping a plan out of the country or heading home, you could use some music to slip away into on the flight. This playlist will help you relax until you reach your destination.

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Ask Dr. NerdLove: How Do I Become More Bangable? [Lifehacker]

Hello, all you spectral orgasm otters of the intertwebs. Welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the dating column that can teach you how to overclock your love life.

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Keep Track of Every National Food Day With This Interactive Calendar [Lifehacker]

National food days aren’t real holidays, but they’re fun, and it’s always nice to have an extra excuse for enjoying certain treats. This calendar covers them all so you always know what food you should be celebrating.

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US Unveils Charges Against KickassTorrents, Names Two More Defendants [Slashdot]

A total of three men are said to be operators of file-sharing site KickassTorrents (KAT), according to U.S. prosecutors. Last month, federal authorities arrested the 30-year-old Ukrainian mastermind of KAT, Artem Vaulin, and formally charged him with one count of conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement, one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, and two counts of criminal copyright infringement. Two other Ukrainians were named in the new indictment (PDF): Levgen (Eugene) Kutsenko and Oleksander (Alex) Radostin. While only Vaulin has been arrested, bench warrants have been issue for the arrest of all three men. Ars Technica reports: "Prosecutors say the three men developed and maintained the site together and used it to 'generate millions of dollars from the unlawful distribution of copyright-protected media, including movies, [...] television shows, music, video games, computer software, and electronic books.' They gave out 'Reputation' and 'User Achievement' awards to users who uploaded the most popular files, including a special award for users who had uploaded more than 1,000 torrents. The indictment presents a selection of the evidence that the government intends to use to convict the men, and it isn't just simple downloads of the copyrighted movies. The government combed through Vaulin's e-mails and traced the bitcoins that were given to him via a 'donation' button."

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Apple Patenting a Way To Collect Fingerprints, Photos of Thieves [Slashdot]

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Apple Insider: As published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Apple's invention covering "Biometric capture for unauthorized user identification" details the simple but brilliant -- and legally fuzzy -- idea of using an iPhone or iPad's Touch ID module, camera and other sensors to capture and store information about a potential thief. Apple's patent is also governed by device triggers, though different constraints might be applied to unauthorized user data aggregation. For example, in one embodiment a single failed authentication triggers the immediate capture of fingerprint data and a picture of the user. In other cases, the device might be configured to evaluate the factors that ultimately trigger biometric capture based on a set of defaults defined by internal security protocols or the user. Interestingly, the patent application mentions machine learning as a potential solution for deciding when to capture biometric data and how to manage it. Other data can augment the biometric information, for example time stamps, device location, speed, air pressure, audio data and more, all collected and logged as background operations. The deemed unauthorized user's data is then either stored locally on the device or sent to a remote server for further evaluation.

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Volkswagen Has Tentative Deal To Compensate U.S. Dealers In Emissions Scandal [News : NPR]

The negotiations follow VW's installation of software in its diesel vehicles that cheated on pollution tests. The dealers' sales plummeted on the news. VW will give them cash payments under the deal.

Apple's 2017 iPhone will reportedly get rid of iconic home button [The Verge - All Posts]

We're just one month out from a new iPhone release, but news of next year's model can't seem to stop seeping out. According to Bloomberg, the 2017 iPhone will no longer contain the iconic home button Apple fans have grown accustomed to over the last decade. The news pairs well with other reports of next year's Phone, which will mark the device's 10th anniversary, using OLED display technology. That would allow the entire front of the device to "appear like a single sheet of glass," according to The Wall Street Journal in June.

That's not the only big change rumored for the 2017 iPhone. Nikkei Asian Review reported earlier this week that Apple may introduce a third, premium smartphone next year with a curved display not unlike Samsung's...

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Alphabet is putting serious pressure on Google Fiber to cut costs [The Verge - All Posts]

Google parent company Alphabet is shaking things up at its gigabit internet division, according to a report today from The Information. The unit, previously known as Google Fiber and now called Access, is shifting its focus to wireless technology, and not ultra-fast internet delivered through fiber-optic cables. More pressing, however, is a demand issued by Alphabet CEO Larry Page to reduce customer acquisition costs to one tenth their current level while asking Fiber chief Craig Barratt to cut the unit’s workforce in half, from 1,000 people to 500.

The changes represent a rift at Alphabet over how it handles what were once Google’s most ambitious projects. Some of these ideas, like the self-driving car project, have commanded immense...

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PSA: PlayStation Network Gets Two-Step Verification [Slashdot]

Consider this a public service announcement: Sony has (finally) added two-factor authentication to PlayStation Network accounts. If you're a PlayStation user and are reading this right now, you really should go set it up so that someone doesn't try to take over your account and steal your password. Ars Technica details how you can set up the new security features: "Turn on your PS4 and go to Settings -> PlayStation Network Account Management -> Account Information -> Security -> 2-Step Verification. You can also set it up through the web by logging into your PSN account on the web and going through the Security tab under the Account header. From there, on-screen instructions will walk you through the process of using a text message to confirm your mobile device as a secondary layer of security for your PSN account. Two-factor support is not available when logging on to older PlayStation systems, so Sony recommends you generate a 'device setup password' to help protect the PS3, Vita, or PSP." Two-factor authentication comes five years after hackers breached PSN's security and stole 77 million accounts.

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Gear Guide Update: Phottix Ares Remotes [Strobist]



At $55 a set, the Phottix Ares remotes bring a ton of value to the table, making them our recommended pick for photographers building out a beginner's lighting kit. For many photographers, in fact, these are the only remotes they will ever need.

See the newly updated Gear Guide: Remote Triggers post for more info.

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A Brief Note on Tenure [Blog – Cal Newport]

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I don’t like talking about myself (outside discussions of hyper-specific productivity techniques), so I’ll keep this announcement brief…

At some point early on in my graduate student career I set two somewhat arbitrary goals for my academic trajectory: to become a professor by the age of 30 and tenured by the age of 35.

I ended up starting at Georgetown at the age of 29, and earlier this summer I earned tenure at the age of 33 (though I since turned 34).

There are many factors that help fuel an academic career, and many fell outside my direct control.

But reflecting on these past five years, it’s easy for me to identify what was by far the highest ROI activity in my professional life: deep work.

I know I’ve said similar things a million times before. And it’s not sexy. And it’s not a contrarian “hack.”

But in my case, focusing intensely on hard things that people unambiguously value, day after day, week after week, was more or less the whole ball game.

Remains of the Day: Apple Issues Important iOS Security Update [Lifehacker]

Security researchers have discovered an unprecedented exploit on iOS that was used by a “digital arms dealer” to spy on political dissidents and high-value targets.

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Make an Extra-Crispy Tortilla Pizza With a Cast Iron Skillet [Lifehacker]

These crispy tortilla pizzas are easy to make, take very little time, and are the perfect snack for gameday or movie nights. Here’s how to make your own at home.

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The Personality Traits You Need to Be a Great Friend, According to Science [Lifehacker]

If you want to make more friends, and hold on to the ones you’ve got, it all boils down to three key personality traits.

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How to Explain Your Crazy Work Schedule to Your Loved Ones [Lifehacker]

For high-achievers, striving to be the best is part of the job description. Pushing your limits can be exhilarating, accomplishing things you’ve set your sights on can be motivating. It’s thrilling to see your career aspirations come to life when you hit a major milestone, land a new client, or launch a new project.

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Amazon Vehicles Is a Massive Database for Researching and Comparing Cars [Lifehacker]

Amazon’s launched a new car researching tool, Amazon Vehicles. Here, you can search for cars from a variety of years using an array of search parameters.

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WhatsApp and Facebook Now Share Data for Ad Targeting, Here's How to Opt Out [Lifehacker]

Facebook and WhatsApp announced a new data sharing plan that’ll improve targeted advertising and friend suggestions. If you’re not a fan of the idea of Facebook and WhatsApp cozying up so closely together, it’s easy to opt out.

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FCC Proposes 5G Cybersecurity Requirements, Asks For Industry Advice [Slashdot]

Presto Vivace quotes a report from FedScoop: "Cybersecurity issues must be addressed during the design phase for the entire 5G ecosystem, including devices. This will place a premium on collaboration among all stakeholders," said FCC chairman Tom Wheeler during a National Press Club event on June 20. "We continue to prefer an approach that emphasizes that industry develop cybersecurity standards just as we have done in wired networks." The FCC published a request Wednesday for comment on a new set of proposed 5G rules to the Federal Register focused on adding specific "performance requirements" for developers of example internet-connected devices. If a company hopes to secure a license to access higher-frequency 5G spectrum in the future then they will need to adhere to these specific requirements -- in other words, compliance is non-negotiable. Notably, these FCC "performance requirements" now include the submission of a network security plan. The report adds: "A quick review of the FCC's proposed 5G cybersecurity plan shows a six category split, organized by a companies' security approach, coordination efforts, standards and best practices, participation with standards bodies, other security approaches and plans with information sharing organizations. Security plans must be submitted to the commission at least six months before a 5G-ready product enters the market, according to the notice."

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Princeton Researchers Announce Open Source 25-Core Processor [Slashdot]

An anonymous reader writes: Researchers at Princeton announced at Hot Chips this week their 25-core Piton Processor. The processor was designed specifically to increase data center efficiency with novel architecture features enabling over 8,000 of these processors to be connected together to build a system with over 200,000 cores. Fabricated on IBM's 32nm process and with over 460 million transistors, Piton is one of the largest and most complex academic processors every built. The Princeton team has opened their design up and released all of the chip source code, tests, and infrastructure as open source in the OpenPiton project, enabling others to build scalable, manycore processors with potentially thousands of cores.

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New Virus Breaks The Rules Of Infection [News : NPR]

A virus is generally like a little ball with a few genes. Now scientists have found one that's broken up into five little balls — as if it were dismembered.

Cleanup Crews Roll Through Baton Rouge After Louisiana Flooding [News : NPR]

In flood-ravaged Louisiana, a cleanup contractor that specializes in disaster recovery operations helps Baton Rouge clean up debris. Cleanup crews say the destruction is much worse than reported.

You should update your iPhone right now [The Verge - All Posts]

Earlier today Apple issued an urgent iPhone and iPad software update (iOS 9.3.5) that included a patch for a serious security vulnerability. And while the vast majority of iPhone owners are probably on iOS 9 right now — and should install that version right away — the sudden release left some uncertainty around iOS 10. Are developers and public beta testers running the preview version of Apple's next big software release at risk?

Not at all, according to the company, so long as you've got the latest beta installed. "The exploits are addressed in the latest iOS 10 seed," an Apple spokesperson told The Verge. That's either beta 7 if you're a developer or beta 6 if you're in the public test. Definitely update to that if you're running a...

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Future iPhones might capture a thief’s photo and fingerprint when stolen [The Verge - All Posts]

Apple may be interested in an anti-theft measure that involves covertly capturing both a photo and fingerprint of a phone thief without his or her knowledge. This system was detailed in a new patent application published today and suggests Apple may incorporate some version of the technology into future iPhones and iPads. The company imagines a system by which a "trigger condition" would result in the collection of biometric information on whomever is holding the iPhone. These trigger conditions could be unauthorized access from a third-party device or the detection of an unauthorized user attempting to bypass the security features of the phone.

This biometric information "may be one or more fingerprints, one or more images of a current...

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Sony, just let me dream about this Xperia X Compact leak [The Verge - All Posts]

Like Hanukkah gifts, the DC cinematic universe, and No Man's Sky, sometimes the idea of something is far better than what's ultimately delivered to you. With that in mind, I would like to request that Sony cancel any plans to release an Xperia X Compact, which appears to have been leaked today by Evan Blass:

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The synthetic opioid Fentanyl is killing more Americans than ever before [The Verge - All Posts]

Synthetic opioids are killing a skyrocketing number of people in the US, and the cause for the surging death rates is likely the growing trade in illegally manufactured fentanyl, according to new research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With more people dying of fentanyl overdoses now than ever before, according to the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), figuring out where that fentanyl is coming from will be critical to keeping people safe.

Fentanyl, which made headlines when Prince overdosed on it in April, is a lab-created synthetic opioid that’s 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine. Doctors prescribe it as an injection, patch, lollipop, or nasal spray for patients with severe pain that can’t be treated with...

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Hillary Clinton attacks Trump for taking online racism mainstream [The Verge - All Posts]

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has called out rival Donald Trump over his affinity with online fringe groups — or, as she puts it, people from "the far dark reaches of the internet." In a speech that was first previewed earlier this week, Clinton addressed Trump’s ties to the alt-right, a reactionary group that has propagated online over the past few years. It’s one of the most high-profile offline mentions of the movement so far, and a sign that it’s becoming increasingly central to the presidential campaign.

Clinton has gone after Trump’s online behavior before, particularly his vitriolic Twitter presence, calling him "a man you can bait with a tweet" at the Democratic National Convention. But this time, she specifically tied...

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iPhone's best new RPG is a Tinder-like fantasy [The Verge - All Posts]

One of the most popular games available on a smartphone plays a bit like Tinder, though in Reigns, the stakes are higher than a hook-up. Entire kingdoms rise and fall with the familiar left and right swipes of the popular dating app.

Each session is a role-play as a different king, and is told through stack of cards that chronicle the ruler’s life and eventual death. An individual card contains a nugget of plot that culminates with a binary governing decision, which is decided upon by swiping in either direction. In one card a serial killer appears. Swipe right and you hire the man to be your executioner; swipe left, and you shoo him away. Whatever the choice, your kingdom will react in ways you can and cannot predict.

Four symbols — a...

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Having this retro arcade console on your desk will make you the coolest person in the office [The Verge - All Posts]

8Bitdo is a company that specializes in game controllers, and now it’s trying out a bit of furniture design. This year at Gamescon the company unveiled its 8Bitdo Desktop Arcade Joy Stick, and the company's showing off the pretty arcade system on its Facebook. Check out that retro wooden design. We don’t know what games it can handle or even if the console will ever be available publicly, but 8BitDo does say it’ll release more details. For now, we can just look at photos. Yay:

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