Technology

The Wall Street Journal  – May 15, 2018

Disenchanted or just plain turned off online dating, people are finding love and romance in other corners of the Internet. Platforms designed for networking, gaming, blogging, answering questions and even making lists are doing unintended double duty a matchmakers.

In the dater’s web world
Those who wish to commune
Meet “on the same page,”
(Hope “they’re playing our tune.”)

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The Wall Street Journal – April 27, 2018

The new therapies deliver gene or gene altered cells to tackle some of the hardest to treat diseases, including in children. They come in at a high price: Novartis AG listed it’s newly approved self therapy for cancer at $475,000.

Genetically based, new forms of caregiving,
May greatly inflate “the cost of living.”

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The Wall Street Journal – April 28–29, 2018

Productivity gurus and complex apps…are here to help.

A long to-do LIST: it’s easy to accrue it.

The problem is that you’re supposed to DO IT.

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‪AP – March 8, 2018

A new study finds that false information on the social media networks travels six times faster than the truth and reaches far more people. And  you can’t blame bots; it’s us.

‪”Truth” may be stranger than fiction.‬
‪But, it’s “LIES” that engender addiction‬.

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Reuters – February 12, 2018

Algorithmic or high-frequency trading uses computers to automatically place an order in financial markets, without human intervention, and represents sizeable volume on stock markets.

When “dogs” tell “algorithms” how to trade,

BE AFRAID!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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