The Wall Street Journal – March 22, 2017

Two months into his presidency, has Mr.Trump’s approval rating is at 39%. No doubt Mr. Trump considers that fake news, but if he doesn’t show more respect for the truth most Americans may conclude he’s a fake regular

We cannot place our faith in “bottom-feeders.”
In a crisis we need to trust our leaders.‬

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Slate – March [16, 2017

The suit claims that customers bought an app – controlled Bluetooth compatible device without consenting for their personal information to be collected and stored by the company.

Unwanted sensations.
BAD vibrations.

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WSJ – March 11, 2017

Apparel seller Stitch Fix recently introduced a coral, sleeveless blouse with a split neckline—and an unusual creative provenance. It was one of three new tops designed with the help of artificial intelligence.

New shapes, new pleats, new sleevage.
But, I doubt that they’ll eliminate cleavage.

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NPR – March 11, 2017

And eating more — or less — of just 10 types of food can help raise or lower the risk of death from these causes. Scientists at Tufts University identified the foods that seem to contribute the most to the risk. At the top of the list? Salt. Consuming too much salt was associated with 9.5 percent of the deaths.

A new reminder, worth a tweet’
Yes; it appears, “You are what you eat!‬

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Reuters – March 4, 2017

But traditional crimes also now rely increasingly on new technology, such as the drug trade’s use of drones, and burglars using computers to scout neighborhoods online and track social media posts to see when people are away from home.

Each jack, and port or socket,
Set to pick your electronic pocket.

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