Monthly Archives: April 2016

Kenya sets fire to huge stockpile of ivory – World – CBC News

Authorities in Kenya made a bold statement today about illegal poaching and the use of ivory, setting fire to more than 100 tonnes of it. Source: Kenya sets fire to huge stockpile of ivory – World – CBC News

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Donald Trump proves racial nationalism is alive and well

It’s not a new ideology, but it’s spreading – and goes much deeper than economic populism. Witness Donald Trump’s appeal Source: Donald Trump proves racial nationalism is alive and well

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Majesty: A Canadian Rockies Retrospective — Discover

“My time in the Canadian Rockies over the past two years reminded me, frequently, to stop, pull myself away from the camera and tripod, and take a good long look around me.” Kerry Mark Leibowitz compiles a collection of landscape … Continue reading

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Prince Philip Drove the Obamas and the Queen Around Like It’s No Big Deal — TIME

Prince Philip drove Queen Elizabeth II and Barack and Michelle Obama to lunch at Windsor Castle Friday morning. The photo shows the VIPs arriving at the Sovereign’s Entrance in the quadrangle of the royal residence after Marine One landed on … Continue reading

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This ‘Bubble Nebula’ Looks Like a Giant, Cosmic Jellyfish — TIME

A new Hubble Space Telescope image of a specially chosen astronomical object, the Bubble Nebula, has been released just in time for the telescope’s 26th birthday on April 24. The Bubble Nebula was first discovered in 1787 but due to … Continue reading

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Powerful earthquakes in Japan kill at least 29 – World – CBC News

Two powerful earthquakes a day apart shook southwestern Japan, killing at least 29 people, trapping many others beneath flattened homes and sending thousands of residents to seek refuge in gymnasiums and hotel lobbies. Source: Powerful earthquakes in Japan kill at … Continue reading

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SharePoint On-Premises vs SharePoint Online: The Breakdown | Sharegate

With the 2016 version, this question is more relevant than ever: Should you go with SharePoint On-Premises or in the Cloud with SharePoint Online. Here’s the ultimate breakdown! Source: SharePoint On-Premises vs SharePoint Online: The Breakdown | Sharegate

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Unveiling SharePoint 2016 with Microsoft | Sharegate

The wait is over! Watch as Microsoft’s Bill Baer unveils SharePoint 2016, and goes over some powerful features! Source: Unveiling SharePoint 2016 with Microsoft | Sharegate

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What Makes a Person Creepy? – D-brief

A scientist attempts to empirically define what makes a person creepy. If you’re a man, and you’re a clown, your creepiness levels are off the charts. Source: What Makes a Person Creepy? – D-brief

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Download Utopia: A 17-Year-Old File-Sharing Program Is Still the Best Place to Find Obscure Music

The lifespan of software is a curious thing. Unless a program is deemed irreplaceable by an industry (like Photoshop), most die out or are succeeded by a better—or cheaper—option a few years later. Even games, outside of retro collectors’ items … Continue reading

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