Netflix Adds Content Warning To Stranger Things Season 4 After Texas Shooting

In the wake of the school shooting in Texas that left 21 people dead, including 19 children, Netflix has added a last-minute content warning on the opening episode of the newest season of Stranger Things. According to The Hollywood Reporter, The first episode of Season 4 opens with a telekinetic massacre that includes the depiction …

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Seen and Unseen review: George Floyd, Black Twitter and the fight for racial justice | Books

Nearly all the books I have read about the internet have deepened my fears about the net effect of social media on the health of our body politic. For example, I thought three facts from Congressman Ro Khanna’s recent book, Dignity in a Digital Age, were enough to scare anyone concerned about the future of …

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Valve finally responded to Team Fortress 2’s bot problem

For about a week earlier this month, my inbox was absolutely rammed with emails from Team Fortress 2 players complaining about the game’s bot problem. I’d just started this job and was still setting up my email signature at the time (sorry, TF2 community), but thankfully all that shouting has finally been heard by the …

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Here’s the Skinny on Navigating a Rotational Bear Market

The cycle of bear and bull markets is inevitable, but every cycle has unique characteristics. Understanding those characteristics will give you an edge in producing superior returns. The most notable and consequential characteristic of the current corrective cycle is that it has been highly rotational and uneven. Many stocks topped out in February 2021 and …

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Some Tununak residents have been living without internet for over 3 months

Courtesy of Andrea Pokrzywinski When a fire ripped through Tununak’s laundromat on Feb. 15, it left folks without an easy place to wash clothes. The fire also damaged the community’s internet infrastructure, causing outages for half of the village. Without internet, residents say it’s been hard to carry out everyday tasks like uploading documents or …

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Cloud tourism offers a convenient substitute for sightseers in China – Travel

Two women from a mountainous village in Sichuan province livestream to showcase their hometown “s charm. [Photo/Xinhua] As many people’s travel plans were disrupted by COVID-19, “cloud tourism” has gained in popularity in China. “Cloud tourism” refers to a form of travel that depends on advanced technologies such as 5G and virtual reality. These technologies …

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Amir Arison Leaving NBC Series, Laura Sohn Also Exits – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: The Blacklist is saying farewell to two series regulars, including one of NBC drama’s longest-serving cast members, Amir Arison. The actor, who has portrayed Aram Mojtabi for the past nine seasons, is leaving as he is preparing to make his Broadway debut this summer in the starring role of Amir in The Kite Runner. …

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SARS-CoV-2 detection using a nanobody-functionalized voltammetric device

This article was originally published here Commun Med (London). 2022 May 23; 2:56. doi: 10.1038 / s43856-022-00113-8. eCollection 2022. ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: An ongoing need during the COVID-19 pandemic has been the requirement for accurate and efficient point-of-care testing platforms to distinguish infected from non-infected people, and to differentiate SARS-CoV-2 infections from other viruses. Electrochemical platforms …

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