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Secretlab's Titan Evo Raises the Bar for Gaming Chairs

via Wired by Simon Hill on Mon, 26 Jul 2021 12:00:00 GMT
One of the best gaming chairs just got better, but it's not for everyone.

Story and Street Style Converge in The World Ends With You

via Wired by Ria Teitelbaum on Mon, 26 Jul 2021 12:00:00 GMT
The iconic action RPG introduced a world of gamers to Japanese fashion. Now with a sequel on the way, its influence has only grown.

Is a Revolution Coming?

via The Burning Platform by Administrator on Mon, 26 Jul 2021 11:58:00 GMT
Guest Post by Martin Armstrong We have an amazing number of readers in France, and I want to thank everyone for all the emails documenting what is going on. Anyone who takes videos of protests in the future I have no problem sharing them for the world to see. The details of what moves people … Continue reading "Is a Revolution Coming?"

Something Has Gone Very Wrong In The World

via The Burning Platform by Sensop on Mon, 26 Jul 2021 11:57:11 GMT
Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH: Something is gone very wrong in the world; I think we are in for about 3-5 year period of turmoil… pic.twitter.com/NAkpNksmRF — Camus (@camus37) July 25, 2021 In this short twitter vid (1:57), Dr. McCullough makes his point about the medical community’s handling of the pandemic. Sometimes the obvious needs … Continue reading "Something Has Gone Very Wrong In The World"

Tokyo Meets Disparate Outcomes

via Simple Justice by SHG on Mon, 26 Jul 2021 11:37:23 GMT
One of my favorite writers is David French, more so for his exceptional prose than his insight much of the time. Some people just write really well, and I, for one, envy their skill. So when French took on the burden of explaining why “structural racism” isn’t wokeness, or to be more direct, the religious […]

Disrupting Ransomware by Disrupting Bitcoin

via Schneier on Security by Bruce Schneier on Mon, 26 Jul 2021 11:30:39 GMT

Ransomware isn’t new; the idea dates back to 1986 with the “Brain” computer virus. Now, it’s become the criminal business model of the internet for two reasons. The first is the realization that no one values data more than its original owner, and it makes more sense to ransom it back to them — sometimes with the added extortion of threatening to make it public — than it does to sell it to anyone else. The second is a safe way of collecting ransoms: bitcoin.

This is where the suggestion to ban cryptocurrencies as a way to “solve” ransomware comes from. Lee Reiners, executive director of the Global Financial Markets Center at Duke Law, ...

UK Heading For Fourth Lockdown And Food Shortages?

via Principia Scientific Intl. by Andy Rowlands on Mon, 26 Jul 2021 11:03:39 GMT
Another lockdown and food shortages for the UK?

Eric Clapton refuses to play venues requiring full vaccination

via Principia Scientific Intl. by BBC on Mon, 26 Jul 2021 10:51:34 GMT
British rock icon Eric Clapton has said he will not perform at venues that require concertgoers to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

COVID: The Wrecking Ball to Scientific Integrity

via Principia Scientific Intl. by William de Berg on Mon, 26 Jul 2021 10:40:26 GMT
Most Americans have at least until now maintained faith in the integrity of our scientific establishment. But COVID-19 and the scientific malfeasance it has spawned may be the wrecking ball that tears down even that pillar of faith.

How the U.S. unleashed Agent Orange in its own backyard

via Principia Scientific Intl. by The Daily Mail on Mon, 26 Jul 2021 10:31:13 GMT
How the U.S. unleashed Agent Orange in its own backyard: It left a trail of appalling birth defects in Vietnam. But a new film lays bare how America also sprayed defoliant back home with devastating consequences

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