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  1. Performance, trailers, and dentistry mishaps  |  Web  |  Google Developers

    Also camping, compositing, and building games.

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  2. GRILLING LEWANDOWSKI - Democrats Lawyer Grills Corey Lewandowski

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  3. Corey Lewandowski testifies before the House Judiciary Committee (LIVE) | USA TODAY

    President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, who was subpoenaed by the House Judiciary Committee last month, is set to testify in a hearing on Tuesday. RELATED: Rep. Jerrold Nadler on impeachment: "all options are on the table"

    The hearing is another advance in the congressional investigations of the White House. The committee is investigating whether to recommend impeachment for Trump and has focused on Lewandowski and former White House counsel Don McGahn.

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    #housejudiciarycommittee #coreylewandowski

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  4. Episode 200 – Write to Achieve Clarity and Stay Ahead by Using Twitter with Scott Jehl – IT Career Energizer

    Scott Jehl is a designer and developer working at Filament Group.

    He is a tireless advocate of practices that ensure web access for all and is always chipping away at open source projects with his colleagues at Filament

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  5. Monica L. Smith: Cities: The First 6,000 Years - The Long Now

    “Cities were the first Internet,” says archaeologist Monica Smith, because they were the first permanent places where strangers met in large numbers for entertainment, commerce, and romance. And the function and form of cities, she notes, have remained remarkably constant over their 6,000 years of history so far. Modern city dwellers would quickly find their way around any city in the past, given our shared architecture of broad avenues, monumental structures, and densely crowded residences.

    What we learn from examining the long history of cities is what makes them so freeing and empowering for humans and humanity. Density has always been crucial. So has infrastructure, skill specialization, cultural diversity, intense trade with other cities, an economy of acquiring and discarding objects, the delights of fashion and art, religious focus and political focus, intellectual ferment, and technological innovation.

    The digital internet has not replaced cities, nor is it likely that anything else will, Smith proposes, for the next 6,000 years.

    Monica L. Smith is an anthropology professor and also a professor in the Institute of the Environment and Sustainabilityat UCLA. She has done archeological fieldwork in India, Bangladesh, Madagascar, Egypt, Tunisia, Turkey, Italy, and England. Her new book is Cities: The First 6,000 Years.

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  6. daniel johnston god only knows

    daniel johnston god only knows "do it again a tribute to pet sounds(2006)"

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    Tagged with music

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  7. ‘The fiddle is laughing’: How this teen and 83-year-old keep Ti-Jean Carignan’s music alive

    Maxim Bergeron is a teen violin virtuoso from Berlin. Gilles Losier is an 83-year-old Acadian pianist from New Brunswick. The bond between them was forged by the music of legendary Quebec musician Ti-Jean Carignan.

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  8. Ivanka Trump’s Fight for the Trump Dynasty - The Atlantic

    Ivanka was always Trump’s favorite. But Don Jr. is emerging as his natural successor.

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  9. The Havana Job - Truly*Adventurous - Medium

    The interrogators were doing a lousy job. Never mind that David Christ was the one being interrogated. It was his professional opinion that these Cubans couldn’t make a can of beer sweat. It was the…

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  10. The Reincarnated - Truly*Adventurous - Medium

    The village — rocked twice daily by Allied fighter-bombers — was quiet for now. This was the height of World War Two, and one Japanese soldier who was stationed in occupied Burma took advantage of…

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