Hexbyte  Hacker News  Computers How dealing with past trauma may be the key to breaking addiction

Hexbyte Hacker News Computers How dealing with past trauma may be the key to breaking addiction

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What’s your poison, people sometimes ask, but Gabor Maté doesn’t want to ask what my poison is, he wants to ask how it makes me feel. Whatever it is I’m addicted to, or ever have been addicted to, it’s not what it is but what it does – to me, to you, to anyone. He…

Hexbyte  Hacker News  Computers The beautiful homes made from bamboo – BBC Reel

Hexbyte Hacker News Computers The beautiful homes made from bamboo – BBC Reel

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PlaylistsHomeDesignCould bamboo be the future of sustainable architecture?BBC DesignedPlaylist6 videos27:41Homes of the FutureIncredible homes leading the way in how we will be living in the future.NOW WATCHINGDesignBali’s ‘magic’ bamboo homesCould bamboo be the future of sustainable architecture?Now PlayingNEXT UPDesignThe strange homes designed for MarsCould these homes, once designed for life on Mars, solve the housing…

Hexbyte  Hacker News  Computers There is more to high house prices than constrained supply

Hexbyte Hacker News Computers There is more to high house prices than constrained supply

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TO GET HOUSE prices down, increase supply. The logic seems unarguable. Britain’s house prices have inflated hugely in recent decades: by 161% in real terms since 1996. Barriers to construction, such as the green belt—zones of protected countryside around cities—are clear to see. If politicians were to remove them, overcome nimbyism and build more houses,…

Hexbyte  Hacker News  Computers jarun/nnn

Hexbyte Hacker News Computers jarun/nnn

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nnn Noice is Not Noice, a noicer fork… nnn in action! (click to play video) nnn is probably the fastest and most resource-sensitive file manager you have ever used. It integrates seamlessly with your DE and favourite GUI utilities, has a unique navigate-as-you-type mode with auto-select, disk usage analyzer mode, bookmarks, contexts, application launcher, familiar…

Hexbyte  Hacker News  Computers Too small to #Kafka but too big to wait: Really simple streaming in #Clojure. #queues #pubsub #activemq #rabbitmq

Hexbyte Hacker News Computers Too small to #Kafka but too big to wait: Really simple streaming in #Clojure. #queues #pubsub #activemq #rabbitmq

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In days gone by businesses proclaimed “we’re gonna do Hadoop Jase!”, no word of a lie, they used to phone me up and tell me so…… my response was fairly standard. Now the world has gone streaming-based-full-on-kooki-mad because, “Jase we need the real time, we’re all about real time now, our customers demand realtime*” *…

Hexbyte – Tech News – Ars Technica | Challenge to EPA’s fuel economy rollback can move ahead, court says

Hexbyte – Tech News – Ars Technica | Challenge to EPA’s fuel economy rollback can move ahead, court says

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getting your mpgs — Challenge to former Administrator Scott Pruitt’s “Final Determination” will be heard. Megan Geuss – Nov 24, 2018 11:30 pm UTC Getty ImagesEarlier this week, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled that it wouldn’t immediately dismiss a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that was brought…

Hexbyte – Tech News – Ars Technica | DNA data from Africans reveals sequences that we’d missed

Hexbyte – Tech News – Ars Technica | DNA data from Africans reveals sequences that we’d missed

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Brand new DNA — One reference genome doesn’t capture the huge variation in human DNA. Cathleen O’Grady – Nov 24, 2018 10:00 pm UTC Enlarge / The first printout of the human genome to be presented as a series of books, displayed in the ‘Medicine Now’ room at the Wellcome Collection, London.The human genome sequence,…

Hexbyte – Tech News – Ars Technica | Six people swallowed LEGOs and pored through their own poo for science

Hexbyte – Tech News – Ars Technica | Six people swallowed LEGOs and pored through their own poo for science

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This too shall pass — It takes about two days, or 41 hours, for LEGOs to pass through the body. Science! Jennifer Ouellette – Nov 24, 2018 8:40 pm UTC Enlarge / The horror: it took between 1.14 days to 3.04 days for the swallowed LEGO heads to reappear in subjects’ excrement, for an average of 1.71 days.Warner…

Hexbyte – Tech News – Ars Technica | How I went from testing a fancy new graphics card to shouting at Windows 10

Hexbyte – Tech News – Ars Technica | How I went from testing a fancy new graphics card to shouting at Windows 10

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1809 problems but a patch ain’t one — Sometimes, technology is not wonderful. Sam Machkovech – Nov 24, 2018 7:15 pm UTC Enlarge / The below article has nothing to do with a Surface Pro. But after my headaches, I wanted to smash any Windows logo with a mallet.Lora MachkovechSometimes at Ars Technica, a staffer…

Hexbyte – Tech News – Ars Technica | Camera traps designed for animals are now invading human privacy

Hexbyte – Tech News – Ars Technica | Camera traps designed for animals are now invading human privacy

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Say cheese — Camera traps may capture, ahem, private moments in nature and anger local communities. Rogelio Luque-Lora, Bill Adams, and Chris Sandbrook for The Conversation – Nov 24, 2018 4:15 pm UTC Enlarge / A camera trap working properly.Over the past two decades automated wildlife cameras—known as camera traps—have proven invaluable in ecological research…