Machine curated list of the best Twitter links

State Panel Approves Police Use Of Controversial Familial DNA Records Searches: Gothamist

NY has approved the use of familial DNA searches to investigate crimes. This is a travesty. https://…[via]

35 Bill Cosby Accusers Tell Their Stories -- The Cut

35 women speak about being assaulted by Bill Cosby, and the culture that wouldn't listen: http://t.co/saZ2srFOJJ http://t.co/EO…[via]

Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke rescinds acceptance of Homeland Security post - The Washington Post

Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke rescinds acceptance of Homeland Security post [via]

Stop procrastinating by adopting the five-minute rule — Quartz

⚡️ “Most procrastination is caused by either fear or conflict" (@qz)[via]

Inside Austin’s Accidental Rideshare Revolution – The Ringer

🚗 "A raft of local ridesharing alternatives began to crop up almost immediately." (@Ringer)[via]

Kevin Durant And The Warriors: The Text That Started An NBA Dynasty | SI.com

🏀 “The day Golden State lost, everything changed" (@SINow)[via]

Unedited Putin Interview Reveals A Missed Opportunity For Megyn Kelly and America | HuffPost

Unedited Putin interview reveals Megyn Kelly's amateurism. Great scoop by @yashar. [via]

The ‘time machine’ reconstructing ancient Venice’s social networks

Venice time machine! No kidding. I adore this project. [via]

Haruki Murakami’s Advice to Young Writers

Haruki Murakami: "We are equipped with this expansive mental chest of drawers. Each drawer is packed with memories." [via]

In dramatic statement, European leaders call for ‘immediate’ open access to all scientific papers by 2020 | Science | AAAS

European leaders call for ‘immediate’ open access to all science papers by 2020 [via]

Daniel Ellsberg: NSA leaker Snowden made the right call - The Washington Post

For those who compare me unfavorably to Daniel Ellsberg, Ellsberg's own position on my choice is worth reading: [via]

Those french fries could kill you, a new study says. But don’t panic! - The Washington Post

oops here's the link [via]

Prosecutor, Interrupted: A Kamala Harris Reading List

“I was raised to do. I was raised that you do, you don’t talk about yourself, you just do." @KamalaHarris #longreads [via]

Autopilot | Tesla

Tesla Autopilot [via]

Dental Work Is So Expensive In The US That Thousands Of Americans Are Going To Mexico To Get It Done

“I’m on Medicare, and I can’t afford dental insurance... I just can’t afford to pay.” @dcbigjohn @BuzzFeedNews [via]

Travel (Linux) laptop setup - mricon.com/i

Securing your laptop for travel to China [via]

The Answer Is Never

“Do you want to have children?” “No. You?” “No, never.” “I’m hungry.” @sabineheinlein [via]

Google Scholar Blog: Classic Papers: Articles That Have Stood The Test of Time

Classic Papers: Articles That Have Stood the Test of Time [via]

tensorflow/RELEASE.md at r1.2 · tensorflow/tensorflow · GitHub

Tensorflow v1.2 released [via]

Hey programmers, we need to talk. | Sealed Abstract

Hey programmers, we need to talk. (2013) [via]

Network Monitor Reloaded (Part 1) ★ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog

Firefox Network Monitor Reloaded (Part 1) [via]

Tim Ferriss: Why you should define your fears instead of your goals | TED Talk | TED.com

Watching @tferriss’ recent TED Talk: [via]

The Artful Propaganda of Soviet Children’s Literature - Atlas Obscura

The Artful Propaganda of Soviet Children’s Literature [via]

Under Hubbard’s Eye

.@EmilyGould tries to get Elisabeth Moss to address parallels between Gilead & Scientology, which Moss was raised in [via]

An Error Occurred Setting Your User Cookie

Making Humans a Multi-Planetary Species [via]

curl doesn’t spew binary anymore | daniel.haxx.se

Curl doesn’t spew binary anymore [via]

Does returning artefacts help to heal the scars of conquest? | Aeon Essays

To be healed is to be whole again. Yet for Native peoples, the wounds of history may never fully disappear. @aeonmag [via]

Too many people have peed in the pool - Official site of Stephen Fry

Too many people have peed in the pool (2016) [via]

History by lawsuit: After Gawker’s demise, the “inventor of e-mail” targets Techdirt | Ars Technica

History by lawsuit: the “inventor of e-mail” targets Techdirt [via]

Where do SpaceX and other aerospace companies find engineers? On the race track - LA Times

Where do SpaceX and other aerospace companies find engineers? On the race track [via]

raphael fabre

Artist uses a computer model of his face to get a French National ID [via]

Antarctica Is Melting, and Giant Ice Cracks Are Just the Start

Antarctica Is Melting, and Giant Ice Cracks Are Just the Start [via]

Your own company?, You can do it! · Jacques Mattheij

Your own company? You can do it [via]

One month after the death of Javier Valdez Cárdenas, a new campaign pushes for journalist protection » Nieman Journalism Lab

One month after the death of Javier Valdez Cárdenas, a new campaign pushes for journalist protection [via]

The relationship between peripheral blood mononuclear cells telomere length and diet - unexpected effect of red meat

The relationship between telomere length and diet (2016) [via]

https://aiexperiments.withgoogle.com/bird-sounds/view/

Thousands of bird sounds visualized using Google machine learning [via]

What’s Y Combinator’s conversion rate?

What's Y Combinator's conversion rate? [via]

Kazakhstan Spent $5 Billion on a Death Star and It Doesn’t Even Shoot Lasers | Foreign Policy

Kazakhstan built a futuristic city to host Expo 2017, but attendance is low [via]

Stardust: GPU-based Visualization Library

Stardust: GPU-Based Visualization Library [via]

How Not to Die of Botulism - The Atlantic

How Not to Die of Botulism [via]

low cost DIY electric car made from recycled parts has 380+ mile range

Low-cost DIY electric car made from recycled parts [via]

Instacart Tries to Hang On to Whole Foods as Amazon Swoops In - Bloomberg

Instacart Tries to Hang on to Whole Foods as Amazon Swoops In [via]

In Search of Fear | Lapham’s Quarterly

“To fear in life is human. And difficult to avoid. And a rude awakening each time." —@PetitWTC #longreads [via]

Counting Down to the New Ampere | NIST

Counting Down to the New Ampere [via]

Flint Holds a Glittering Prom, Far From Flint - The New York Times

@mat for anyone else looking for a link[via]

Darren Mills – Medium

@metasynthie Even better, the Darren Mills account is 100% deadpan trolling/satire. Check his Medium account. [via]

Which iOS apps do you most want available on Android? - Product Hunt

😁 at the top recommendation here: [via]

Existentialism at Fifteen Baby-And-Me Movies

"I am a woman able to leave the house with her baby. I am a superhero." @sarafinn @thefanzine #longreads [via]

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The Top 5 #Longreads of the Week: @matthewshaer, @JohnWoodrowCox, @bethanymac12, @wrightr and David Sedaris [via]

What Redbone would sound like if Kendrick Lamar was on the phone and rapped some mad bars. - YouTube

Kendrick x Gambino: 🤘🏼[via]

Pet Collections Available On Aura – Aura Frames

Ha! Aura just added pet facial recognition: 😂 [via]

Is This a Sandwich? – Snack Lords – Medium

@marcoarment [via]