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That Time the TSA Found a Scientist’s 3-D-Printed Mouse Penis - The Atlantic

This article about scientists going through airport security is a delight [via]

Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons July 3, 2017 | The New Yorker

Today's daily cartoon by Jeremy Nguyen. See more cartoons here: [via]

A Time Magazine with Trump on the cover hangs in his golf clubs. It’s fake. - The Washington Post

A Time Magazine with Trump on the cover hangs in his golf clubs. It’s fake. …[via]

Sean Hannity Retweets ‘Hannity Gargles Piss’ Account | Mediaite

Sean Hannity Retweets ‘Hannity Gargles Piss’ Account [via]

Neil Gorsuch is everything liberals feared and more.

Neil Gorsuch is everything liberals feared and more: [via]

Zillow Sends Totally Bullshit Legal Threat To McMansion Hell | Techdirt

Zillow Sends Totally Bullshit Legal Threat To McMansionhell [via]

The World Is Running Out of Sand | The New Yorker

⚡️ "A typical American house requires more than a hundred tons of sand, gravel, and crushed stone" (@NewYorker)[via]

In a few years, no investors are going to be looking for AI startups

"In other words, in a small handful of years, software without AI will be unthinkable." cc @azeem c…[via]

The Life-Changing Habit of Journaling (Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, and Many More Great Minds…

⚡️ "Review and hone your life vision and big picture goals” (@thrive)[via]

Google fined $2.7B by European Commission for abusing search monopoly | Ars Technica

Google must stop demoting competitors in search results, EU rules by @mrseb[via]

Google must stop demoting competitors in search results, EU rules | Ars Technica UK

EU smacks Google with record-breaking €2.4 billion fine by @mrseb[via]

Nathan | Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)

CLT ✈️ SAT (@ Charlotte Douglas International Airport - @cltairport in Charlotte, NC) [via]

New TSA Policy May Lead to Increased Scrutiny of Reading Material | American Civil Liberties Union

The TSA is testing having passengers remove books from their carry-on bags in security line. [via]

Greenland Is Melting | The New Yorker

Greenland is melting, and the floodgates may already be open: [via]

Birds use cigarette butts for chemical warfare against ticks | New Scientist

finches are putting cigarette butts in their nests to kill parasites [via]

Attention Required! | Cloudflare

Meet Jeff Tutorials, the 16-year-old Youtuber who the president just retweeted [via]

American Medical Association: ObamaCare repeal violates ‘do no harm’ rule | TheHill

Top doctor group: GOP healthcare bill violates “first do no harm” promise [via]

In New Hampshire, Pregnant Women No Longer Allowed to Kill With Impunity | Lowering the Bar

In New Hampshire, Pregnant Women No Longer Allowed to Kill With Impunity [via]

First Person POV Of A Gravity Powered LEGO Train Roller Coaster At The Beach - Geekologie

First Person POV Of A Gravity Powered LEGO Train Roller Coaster At The Beach [via]

People Are Posting Powerful Twitter Threads About Obamacare

#SaveACA, #Obamacare [via]

How Does the First-Grader on ‘Big Little Lies’ Have Such Killer Music Taste? | Pitchfork

I was wondering about this, and also the soundtrack is so so so good: [via]

President Trump’s Lies, the Definitive List - The New York Times

We wanted to put "Trump's Lies" in print. @DLeonhardt and I needed an entire page to do it. ht…[via]

Cyberattack hits entire Heritage Valley Health System, shuts down computers

Cyberattack appears to be hitting US hospitals now, patients reportedly turned away [via]

The death of the electric guitar - Washington Post

🎸 "[Kids] don’t have guitar heroes like you and I did.” (@WashingtonPost)[via]

Another Massive Ransomware Outbreak Is Going Global Fast

Another Ransomware Outbreak Is Going Global [via]

Why aren’t people taking initiative? – Jean Hsu

“Why aren’t people taking initiative?” by @jyhsu is insightful 🙌🏻 [via]

He told me that he was on the cover of a magazine. I thought it was shopped until I saw the photo shoot. : cringepics

and one of the top search results for it is another fake magazine cover photoshop [via]

Three CNN employees resign over retracted story on Russia ties - The Washington Post

NYT veteran Eric Lichtblau resigns from CNN after Russia story screw-up [via]

Even moderate drinking causes atrophy in brain area related to memory, learning - The Washington Post

Even moderate drinking causes atrophy in brain area related to memory, learning [via]

Electric Objects - The Next Great Movement in Art

Some news: the @ElectricObjects App has been acquired by @GIPHY [via]

“McMansion Hell” used Zillow photos to mock bad design—Zillow may sue | Ars Technica

“McMansion Hell” used Zillow photos to mock bad design—Zillow may sue by @cfarivar[via]

We desperately need a way to defend against online propaganda | Ars Technica

We desperately need a way to defend against online propaganda by @annaleen[via]

In PRI’s Studio 360, Slate gets its first podcast that’s also a big public radio broadcast » Nieman Journalism Lab

Podcast ad revenue is projected to beat $220 million in 2017 (up 85% over 2016). [via]

The Unaffordable Urban Paradise - MIT Technology Review

⚡️ "America’s tech industry has generated a host of challenges for cities." (@techreview)[via]

Why Don’t We Work Less?

"The better you are at your job, the harder it can be to not do it." —@NPR host @dkestenbaum #longreads @danielleiat [via]

Dodgers win a wild one to complete sweep of Rox – Dodger Insider

Dodgers win a wild one to complete sweep of Rox [via]

To Park or Not to Park — Sign below spotted by Datrianna Meeks in Oak Park,...

New pilot under way in Chicago suburb! (Thanks @datrianna_meeks for the heads up) https://t.co…[via]

Zadie Smith Takes on Black Pain With a Light Touch

"I wished she had engaged this subject matter with her heart." @danielleamir on #ZadieSmith @Harpers #longreads [via]

Va. Supreme Court to hear case challenging police retention of license plate data - The Washington Post

Va. Supreme Court to hear case challenging police retention of license plate data [via]

San Francisco’s Monument to A Racist Past Hides In Plain Sight – The Polk Street Pol

TIL SF's most prominent public plaza is named after a racist and it would only cost ~$5200 to change that. [via]

Frank Rich: Nixon, Trump, and How a Presidency Ends

"Watergate didn’t become Watergate overnight, either." How a presidency ends: [via]

Potential jurors call Shkreli evil, snake—one blamed him for EpiPen price | Ars Technica

Potential jurors call Shkreli evil, snake—one blamed him for EpiPen price by @BethMarieMole[via]

“The Beguiled”: Sofia Coppola’s Dubiously Abstract Vision of the Civil | The New Yorker

Sofia Coppola’s Civil War is itself an abstraction: [via]

Kellyanne Conway: Those on Medicaid who will lose insurance can get jobs

Kellyanne Conway: Those on Medicaid who will lose health insurance can always get jobs [via]

The Gay Men Who Fled Chechnya’s Purge | The New Yorker

In which I try to describe the rescue and the rescued. The Gay Men Who Fled Chechnya’s Purge [via]

Guy Spends Five Years Landing All These Crazy Scooter Tricks, Making This Video - Geekologie

Guy Spends Five Years Landing All These Crazy Scooter Tricks, Making This Video [via]

MIT’s gas-powered drone is able to stay in the air for five days at a time | TechCrunch

MIT’s gas-powered drone is able to stay in the air for five days at a time [via]

The Effects of Untreated PTSD on Neighborhoods Plagued by Violence

Neglect of civilian PTSD as a public health concern compromises public safety @Essence @ProPublica #PTSDAwarenessDay [via]

US Government Malware Policy Puts Everyone At Risk | American Civil Liberties Union

Re-upping this superb explainer by @ACLU colleagues Daniel Kahn Gillmor and @hypatiadotca. https://t…[via]

Does US have right to data on overseas servers? We’re about to find out | Ars Technica

Does US have right to data on overseas servers? We’re about to find out by @dmkravets[via]

Impact of Social Sciences – How to read and understand a scientific paper: a guide for non-scientists

How to read and understand a scientific paper: a guide for non-scientists [via]

Pixhawk - 3DR

Pixhawk Mini is first autopilot designed for the new @Dronecode PX4 software [via]

Drive.ai Growth and Acceleration — Series B – drive.ai – Medium

1/ Drive.ai raises $50M. Importantly, @AndrewYNg has joined its board. [via]

California to list herbicide as cancer-causing; Monsanto vows fight | Reuters

California to list glyphosate as cancer-causing [via]

Without telling media, Arizona judge orders dozens of articles to be deleted | Ars Technica

Without telling media, Arizona judge orders dozens of articles to be deleted by @joemullin[via]

Deepest Dive Under Antarctica Reveals a Shockingly Vibrant World

Deepest Dive Under Antarctica [via]

JLPT N1 Study Materials and Habits for Success - Koipun

How I learned Japanese: Interview about habits and learning Japanese in Japan [via]

Programmer Writes Script To Call IRS Phone Scammers 28 Times/Sec To Tie Up Their Lines - Geekologie

Programmer Writes Script To Call IRS Phone Scammers 28 Times/Sec To Tie Up Their Lines [via]

Despite money and effort, homelessness in SF as bad as ever - San Francisco Chronicle

Homelessness in SF is as bad as ever: Complaints about camps, needles & human waste are growing. #…[via]

Nope: Plane Shakes Like Washing Machine After Engine Failure - Geekologie

Nope: Plane Shakes Like Washing Machine After Engine Failure [via]

A tale of two Canadas: Where you grow up affects your income in adulthood - The Globe and Mail

From digital to print: beautiful, nerdy 🗞🗺 by @tom_cardoso for this big data investigation https:/…[via]

This Website Stopped Labeling Some Nonprofits As Hate Groups After A Public Backlash

What a fucking mess [via]

Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak Is Going Home To Russia

SCOOP from @John_Hudson: Moscow Is Finally Recalling Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak [via]

What Sorcery Is This?: Video Demonstration And Explanation Of Hydrodynamic Levitation - Geekologie

What Sorcery Is This?: Video Demonstration And Explanation Of Hydrodynamic Levitation [via]