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Inside Hong Kong’s insanely cramped and illegal “coffin homes” / Boing Boing

Photographer Benny Lam spent several years documenting grim living conditions in Hong Kong where people live inside tiny “coffin cubicles” within illegally divided apartments. The images are grim glimpses of life in the city with the most expensive housing market in the world. The photo series is titled “Trapped.” From National Geographic: Pushed out by soaring rents, tens of thousands of people have no other option than to inhabit squatter huts, sub-divided units where the kitchen and…

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Urban Dictionary wipes offensive, racist definitions for ‘aboriginal’

Urban Dictionary has made its name through user-submitted definitions, explaining words which normal dictionaries don’t. While this freedom allows the site’s users to explain the most vulgar of slang, it’s opened the doors for egregiously racist and discriminatory definitions of regular words. As reported by Junkee, an online campaign spearheaded by the Facebook page Blackfulla Revolution appears to have been successful in forcing the site to remove offensive definitions of the word “aboriginal.”  These definitions were specifically targeted at Indigenous…

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Welcome To Hell. Would You Like Tap Or Filtered Water?

As a perpetually thirsty person, I’m always excited by news about drinking water. So when I saw this tweet going viral on Monday, I was intrigued: Reefill is a smart water dispenser installed in a handful of New York City businesses and university campuses. You can either fill your own water bottle with regular tap water or, for a $2 monthly subscription to the app, get chilled, filtered water. So, is this a environmentally friendly way to get people to…

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self-driving car beef linked to Google CEO Page’s ire over talent loss

CLOSE A high-profile legal fight is underway in a San Francisco courthouse between Uber and Google-spin-off Waymo, which accuses the ride-hailing company of stealing its self-driving car technology.  (Feb. 7) AP Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick leaves the Phillip Burton Federal Building on day three of the trial between Waymo and Uber Technologies on February 7, 2018 in San Francisco.(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) SAN FRANCISCO — After two days of legal wrangling, lawyers for Google’s self-driving car company Waymo on Wednesday injected a little…

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Panasonic’s detachable Toughbook CF-20 gets new guts

by Zak Killian — 2:45 PM on February 7, 2018 We reckon we don’t have to tell an audience of gerbils about Panasonic’s Toughbooks. The ruggedized laptop series is famous for its impressive durability and solid performance, but Panasonic makes a number of other products in the “Tough” line including tablets and 2-in-1s. One such machine is the Toughbook CF-20, which we talked about when it first came out over two years ago. It’s time for an update, and Panasonic agrees:…

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But Why?: A $1,700 Star Wars X-Wing Writing Pen

This is the $1,700 S.T. Dupont Star Wars X-Wing Ballpoint Pen (there’s also an identically designed $1,000 Fountain Pen version available if you’re super poor). Each pen is a limited edition of 1977 (the year Episode IV was released) and are assembled yourself from the 13 pieces included. So basically it’s a 13-piece X-wing model set you can use to write ‘I’M RICH’ on anything you feel like. Or use as a sex toy. S.T. Dupont celebrate the new Star…

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What is ‘New Dimensions in Testimony’?

What is ‘New Dimensions in Testimony’? New Dimensions in Testimony (NDT) is a collection of interactive biographies from USC Shoah Foundation that enable people to have conversations with pre-recorded video images of Holocaust survivors and other witnesses to genocide. Source link

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Bronx dads – in pictures | Technology

From bedtime games to trips to the aquarium, Zun Lee captures the lives of African-American men bringing up the next generation in the Bronx, Harlem and beyond Father Figure: Exploring Alternate Notions of Black Fatherhood by Zun Lee is at the Bronx Documentary Center until 31 March Source link

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MPs travel to US on fake news mission

Image copyright Getty Images Members of the UK’s Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Committee are in Washington to grill Facebook, Google and Twitter about fake news on their platforms. The hearing will question senior executives about possible Russian meddling in the British elections. Prime Minister Theresa May has accused Russia of “weaponising information”. There have been suggestions that the event could have been hosted in London at lower cost. Several of the executives involved – including Facebook’s policy director Simon…

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Experts Speak Out: ‘Climate Change Is Threatening Australia’s Tourism Industry’

Australia’s beaches, wildlife, the Great Barrier Reef, wilderness and national parks – these are our top five tourist attractions. Now extreme heatwaves, increasing temperatures, rising sea-levels, coastal flooding and “catastrophic” coral bleaching – all intensified by climate change – puts them at significant risk. Enough to seriously threaten our $47.5 billion-dollar-a-year tourism industry, which is not only our second most valuable export earner, but employs a workforce of more than 580,000 people. That’s over 15 times more people than coal…

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