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From Fortune
Fortune 07/01/17
Hacked
BUSINESS IS UNDER ASSAULT FROM CYBERCRIMINALS LIKE NEVER BEFORE, AND THE COST TO COMPANIES IS EXPLODING. HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SAFEGUARDING YOUR DIGITAL ASSETS.
From Mother Jones
Mother Jones 08/01/17
The Russian Connection
David Corn THE TRUMP-RUSSIA SCANDAL is the subject of multiple investigations that may or may not unearth new revelations, but this much is already certain: Donald Trump is guilty. We don’t need additional information about the Russian covert schem
From Fast Company
Fast Company 08/01/17
Tesla Raises the Roof
TESLA CEO ELON MUSK’S MULTIBILLION-DOLLAR ACQUISITION OF HIS COUSINS’ SUSTAINABLE-ENERGY COMPANY, SOLARCITY, IS TOTALLY LOGICAL—AND HUGELY RISKY. WILL MUSK PULL OFF ANOTHER MIRACLE?

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Futurity
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Science

4 Things To Know About Monday’s Eclipse

A total eclipse of the sun will be visible across the continental United States on Monday. Your next chance to see such an event in the US won’t occur until April 8, 2024. Solar eclipses occur during the new moon, when the moon is directly between the Earth and sun, causing the disk of the moon to partially or totally cover the disk of the sun. In the US, the path of the total eclipse will sweep from the Oregon coast at 10:17 am PDT to the South Carolina coast at 2:47 EDT. This is the first coast-to-coast solar eclipse in the US in nearly a century. Scientifically, the eclipse will provide imp
The Guardian
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Food & Wine

Porcini Doughnuts, Artisan Pizza, Wine Tasting: Is This the Future of Festival Food?

It was hard not to notice the porcini doughnuts. Groups of people were staggering around clutching platefuls of them. The fried dough-puffs, dusted with a coating of dried porcini salt and served with a raclette cheese dipping sauce, were all over Instagram. Some people seemed to be going to Outside Lands, a summer music festival in Golden Gate Park, just to eat them. One of the largest independent festivals in the country, this event attracts 200,000 people with two of San Francisco’s great loves: outdoor concerts and high-quality, obsessively prepared food. If hoovering a gourmet burger whil
The New York Times
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What Jewish Children Learned From Charlottesville

I THOUGHT THIS GENERATION WAS FREE OF THE ANTI-SEMITISM I KNEW. ON SATURDAY, THAT CHANGED. This dirty Jew remembers every penny thrown at him. The ones thrown from above, as we waited to be picked up from the public pool in my hometown on Long Island, our yarmulkes pinned to wet hair. By then, I was big enough to feel shame for the younger kids, who knew no better than to scurry around, as our local anti-Semites laughed. I remember walking home from synagogue at my father’s side, in our suits and ties, and seeing a neighbor boy crawling on his hands and knees, surrounded by bullies, this time