Perfect for Cord Cutters

I love this app. So much better than an actual TV channel. Commercial free segments from every source, one after the other.

Just needs goblet me filter out specific entertainment topics.

I didn't expect to love this, but #news junkie that I am, I am streaming this to my TV via the #Chromecast a few hours a day.



Haystack TV News
Haystack TV presents you with the most trending news video in a headline ne…

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Full Effects

Aviary is a useful editor for images on Android and iPhone, recently purchased by Adobe. If you sign into Aviary on our phone with your Adobe ID, you can now download $200 (if purchased separately) of effects, filters, frames, stickers and overlay. This offer is good through November.

Google Play:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aviary.android.feather



Photo Editor by Aviary updated with creative cloud sync and $200 worth of free effects | iMore
Aviary has today announced their biggest update since joining forces with Adobe, bring a much improved Photo Editor by Aviary app to Android and iOS. The photo editing app — which allows users to edit on the fly with tools like one-tap enhance, color balance, and stickers — today adds over $200 worth of effects for free as well as Creative Cloud sync.

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Cards Against Humanity Holiday Gift

Buy now, or forever hold your peace. This sold out really quickly last year.



Cards Against Humanity’s Ten Days or Whatever of Kwanzaa
You give us $15. We’ll send you ten mystery gifts for the ten days or whatever of Kwanzaa. You give us $15 right now. We’ll prepare ten mystery gifts for you. You’ll receive ten gifts in the mail throughout December. In 2029 human civilization will be destroyed by the asteroid Apophis.

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MPAA Wants Random Bag and Jacket Checks At The Movies

http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/threatlevel/2013/11/mpaaprotocol.pdf

The day I need to get past a TSA checkpoint to see a movie in a theatre will be the last time I ever step into a theatre.

#mpaa #selfdefeating #fail



MPAA, movie theaters announce “zero tolerance” policy against wearables
Cinema managers urged to alert police if illegal recording is suspected.

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Verizon Killed The Privacy Star

Verizon Wireless shows why net neutrality must be extended to wireless carriers, IMHO.

#verizon #privacy #donottrack



Verizon’s ‘Perma-Cookie’ Is a Privacy-Killing Machine | WIRED
Verizon Wireless has been subtly altering the web traffic of its wireless customers for the past two years, inserting a string of about 50 letters, numbers, and characters into data flowing between these customers and the websites they visit. The company—one the country’s largest wireless carriers, providing cell phone service for about 123 million subscribers—calls…

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The Gentleman Who Made Google Scholar

Making the world’s problem solvers 10% more efficient

Ten years after a Google engineer empowered researchers with Scholar, he can't bear to leave it.

Anurag Acharya is the key inventor of Google Scholar, but the real origin of the project lies in his college years at the Kharagpur campus of the Indian Institute of Technology

#scholar #research



The Gentleman Who Made Scholar
Google’s tool for empowering research is 10 years old. Its founder is just beginning.

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