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Net neutrality: where do we go from here?

Net neutrality: where do we go from here?

The FCC voted to repeal net neutrality. What does that mean for us? Mignon Clyburn FCC commissioner Mignon Clyburn gave a powerful message of dissension before the vote. FCC The Federal Communications Commission just voted to approve the Restoring Internet Freedom Act, which repeals the net neutrality rules that have been in place since 2015.

How to digitize your handwritten notes

How to digitize your handwritten notes

Make your scribbles searchable. Digitize and preserve your handwritten notes. Moleskine Computers and phones may be more ubiquitous than ever, but many people still prefer the traditional feeling of writing with ink on paper.

This new, duck-like dinosaur is so wacky scientists thought it was fake

This new, duck-like dinosaur is so wacky scientists thought it was fake

It’s basically a killer swan with flippers, and we’re absolutely in love with the idea. Is it all a bunch of quackery? Lukas Panzarin When European scientists encountered their first platypus skeleton, they thought the duck-billed mammal must surely be a fake.

Plan out the holidays with these smartphone apps

Plan out the holidays with these smartphone apps

Save yourself from stress. Just relax and focus on ripping open your presents. Ben White/Unsplash The holidays should be a time for families, reflection, peace, and joy—not stressing about how you’ll manage the festive dinner or entertain a dozen rowdy kids.

Babies understand that getting what you want in life means putting in the effort

Babies understand that getting what you want in life means putting in the effort

Never underestimate the mind of a 10-month-old. Researchers found that infants as young as 10 months old understand that getting what you really want in life means putting in the effort necessary to get it.

Forget Black Friday—here’s how to get the best deals all year round

Forget Black Friday—here’s how to get the best deals all year round

Save money any time. Save money on your purchases all year round. freestocks.org/Unsplash Go ahead and celebrate Black Friday, but this one day is not your only opportunity to nab discounts. If you’re shopping around for a gadget, check out our guide to targeting the top tech deals.

These are the best Black Friday deals on the internet

These are the best Black Friday deals on the internet

We’ll be updating this through Cyber Monday. Let’s get some gifts this weekend, folks. Rawpixel.com via Unsplash For the deal seeker, there are few days headier than Black Friday (and maybe the day after Christmas).

Here’s even more evidence that you need to spend time enjoying nature

Here’s even more evidence that you need to spend time enjoying nature

“I saw this little flower as I was coming back from my class…and it really gave me a strong sense of hope.” Connecting with nature improves people’s moods. Pixabay Twentieth Century German social psychologist Erich Fromm first advanced the notion that humans hold an inborn connection to nature.

Your guide to a Thanksgiving dinner without food waste

Your guide to a Thanksgiving dinner without food waste

Enjoy the day without killing the planet. Step one: buy fewer decorative gourds. Deposit Photos Even if you’ve spent the entire year cutting down on plastic, eating less red meat, and conserving water, you’re probably poised to have a wasteful Thanksgiving.

The Keystone pipeline just spilled another 210,000 gallons of oil

The Keystone pipeline just spilled another 210,000 gallons of oil

Here’s what you need to know about the situation in South Dakota. A pumping station on the Keystone pipeline in Nebraska. shannonpatrick71 Sometime before 6 a.m. local time, operators noticed that pressure had dropped in a pipeline capable of pumping 590,000 barrels of crude oil products every day from Canada down to the Gulf Coast.

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