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Before joining Google, I lived in Hawaii for several years. Now, one look at a photo of palm trees swaying in front of an impossibly blue-green ocean transports me back to the islands—relaxing on the beach and listening to the sound of waves crashing on the shore. If one photo can do that for you, how would you feel if you had access to millions of them?
This week, science confirmed what all parents (and all people who have parents) already know -- paying attention to your kids matters .
The Three Christs of Ypsilanti (1964) is a book-length psychiatric case study by Milton Rokeach , concerning his experiment on a group of three paranoid schizophrenic patients at Ypsilanti State Hospital [ 1 ] in Ypsilanti, Michigan .
I was expecting Raspberry Pi support coming to Chromium OS via Hexxeh.
About two years ago, we launched our interactive Transparency Report .
We’re obsessed with building energy efficient data centers that enable cloud computing . Besides helping you be more productive , cloud-based services like Google Apps can reduce energy use, lower carbon emissions and save you money in the process.
In this post, we've collected some highlights from the past five years of our Safe Browsing efforts, aimed at keeping people safe online.
After days of speculation and rumors , Microsoft's major announcement has just been unveiled at a press event in Los Angeles: a Surface tablet. We suspected the company might be working on its own tablet, and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer revealed the device on stage at Milk Studios in Los Angeles today. Discussing Microsoft's history with Windows, Xbox, and Kinect, Ballmer introduced a video of the company's hardware products over the years before unveiling Windows 8's companion, the Microsoft Surface.
Kara Hayward (born November 17, 1998) is an American actress best known for her role as Suzy Bishop in the 2012 feature film Moonrise Kingdom , which earned her a Young Artist Award nomination as Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film . [ 2 ]
This portable smartphone-enabled scanner is on the verge of changing how we work. The Scanbox on Kickstarter is a foldable scanner that's easy to put together and snaps in place with magnetic buttons. The scanner, made from a high-quality laminated card, works with most smartphones with a back-facing camera.
The Doritos Locos Taco is one of the biggest things to happen to the Taco Bell brand since that talking chihuahua told the world, “¡Yo quiero Taco Bell!” Reports came out last month that the Taco Bell chain had sold more than 100 million of the original Nacho Cheese-flavored tacos, with more flavors on the horizon, including the hotly anticipated Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Taco. Just a few short weeks later, we’ve spotted not only a Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Taco in the wild, but a confirmed testing of the Doritos Flamas Doritos Locos Taco as well. The Flamas shell features one of the most unique flavor combinations to grace the fast food chain’s menu in quite some time. Like the tortilla chip version, the shell brings together hot chile and lemon flavors with the guts of a traditional Taco Bell taco. We had the opportunity to try both, as both these varieties are being tested in the Orange County area.
Worried that your LinkedIn password may be a part of the nearly 6.5 million compromised on Wednesday? Password management firm LastPass has released a secure tool to see if your password was among the stolen. News first surfaced about the security breach after a Russian hacker said he stole 6,458,020 encrypted LinkedIn passwords and posted them online (without usernames) to prove his feat.
LinkedIn was hacked, confirmed by LinkedIn on 6/6/2012 LinkedIn has updated their blog indicating that there was a breach, and several LastPass staff members who used unique passwords for LinkedIn only, as well as numerous individuals not associated with LastPass, have confirmed that LinkedIn's database has indeed been hacked. If you have a LinkedIn account, we strongly suggest that you immediately :
<img class="alignleft" style="margin: 6px;" title="ComingAgeZoloftCover" src="http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/wiredscience/2012/06/ComingAgeZoloftCover.jpg" alt="" width="240" height="362" /> I was pleased to hear last year that Katherine Sharpe* was writing a book on Coming of Age on Zoloft , and when I got my review copy a few weeks go, even the first half-hour’s reading showed me the book answered my hopes: The book explores not just the vital, running debate about whether we’re overmedicating depression and melancholy, but what it means to come of age, and of identity, while one is taking these meds, and it does so with smarts, sensitivity, and a sense for nuance. This is quite an absorbing read, in the tradition of Kay Redfield Jamison — a personal but heavily reported look at a dilemma that is both highly personal, for those who face depression, and important for how our culture views mood, mental illness, medicine, and character.
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