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Tips for Google Reader users migrating to feedly – Feedly Blog

October 2017 update: We have come a long way since March 2013. Personalization has emerged as one of the defining traits that our community loves about Feedly. So we have published a new tutorial to showcase our recommendations for personalizing your Feedly experience. Some of the terminology and screenshots below have changed since this post was published. Thank you for reading! ...

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Open Compliance Summit | Linux.com

The Open Compliance Summit is held annually in Yokohama, Japan. It provides an excellent opportunity for Linux Foundation Members in the APAC region to share knowledge around open source compliance matters and to build connections that streamline interactions between companies of all sizes in all sectors. Our theme for 2018 is “Practical Compliance in 2018 – Market Trends, Case Studies ...

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Mass Extinction Happened in a Geological ‘Instant’

Outcrop photos of the Permian-Triassic boundary interval at Penglaitan. NIGPAS It took less than 30,000 years and maybe only thousands, to kill more than 90% of sea creatures and most land species, according to the most precise study ever published about the mass extinction marking the end of the Permian Period. Earth’s greatest mass extinction, also known as the “Great ...

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Home break-ins by black bears surge in Connecticut suburbs

In this Aug. 2018 photo provided by Tom Bradley, a bear eats from a garbage can outside the Bradley family home, in Canton, Conn. Connecticut reports that human encounters with bears are on the rise. A wildlife biologist with the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection says there have been about two dozen reports this year of bears breaking… ...

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A Grocery List in 1968 Changed Computer History Forever

A scene from Doug Engelbart’s groundbreaking 1968 computer demo. (Credit: Doug Engelbart Institute) A version of this article originally appeared on The Conversation. On a crisp California afternoon in early December 1968, a square-jawed, mild-mannered Stanford researcher named Douglas Engelbart took the stage at San Francisco’s Civic… Source link

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Mobile news worth knowing (9/24/18)

Welcome to In Brief, the AndroidGuys tech briefing. Today is Monday, September 24th and we’re taking a look at all the tech news you need to know. In this post, we want you to learn about the news the way you want to learn. We’ve embedded a podcast version of all this news below. If you don’t want to listen, you ...

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