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  1. From Deep In Space, A Strange Radio Signal

    Astronomers report more observations of the puzzling ‘Fast Radio Bursts’—including one that has burst twice.


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  2. On New Hospital ‘Chargemasters,’ The Price Probably Isn’t Right

    Starting this month, hospitals have been required to post a list of prices called a ‘Chargemaster’—but they lack key information.


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  3. The Battle Of The Hard Drives

    Seagate and Western Digital are exploring very different methods to expand the storage capacity of hard disk drives.


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  4. Lois Weber, Hollywood’s Forgotten Woman Director, Has 2 Films Restored : NPR

    The first American woman to direct a feature-length drama, Weber made woman-centered films with daring commentary. She’s barely known now, though the rerelease of two major works may change that.


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  5. Are All Calories Burned Equally?

    How do low-carb, high protein, calorie counting guidelines affect our metabolism?


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  6. The Revolutionary Doctor Who Made New York ‘New York’

    David Hosack was the physician at the famous Hamilton-Burr duel, and founded many other institutions. Yet he’s been largely forgotten.


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  7. Discovering The Past Through Dino Poop

    Inside these fossilized feces is a fortune of information about ancient ecosystems.


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  8. making exercise a habit

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  9. The Stalman Podcast Episode 41: Ceiling of Effort, with Marco Arment & Casey Liss

    Marco and Casey are successful podcasters but have an itch to create videos.


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  10. Oral History of Donald Knuth Part 2

    Interviewed by Edward Feigenbaum on 2007-03-21 in Mountain View, CA X3926.2007 © Computer History Museum

    In this wide-ranging interview conducted by Edward Feigenbaum, Donald Knuth talks about the progression of his life and career. Topics include his family background and early interest in music, physics and mathematics, his first exposure to programming, finding a mentor, and writing a doctoral thesis.

    He describes how "The Art of Computer Programming" became "the story of my life", and why it was put on hold for the TeX and METAFONT projects. He also talks about personal work habits, programming style, analysis of algorithms, the influence of religion in his life, and his advice to the next generation of scientists.

    • Note: Transcripts represent what was said in the interview. However, to enhance meaning or add clarification, interviewees have the opportunity to modify this text afterward. This may result in discrepancies between the transcript and the video. Please refer to the transcript for further information - http://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102658053 (The document contain the transcript of both sessions)

    Visit computerhistory.org/collections/oralhistories/ for more information about the Computer History Museum’s Oral History Collection.

    Lot number: X3926.2007 …

    Original video: https://youtube.com/watch?v=gqPPll3uDa0
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Wed, 19 Dec 2018 21:18:06 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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