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‚ÄčAnonymity-based web service Tor may have to pull back capac...

02:33 image from wikipedia.org The anonymity-enabling networking service Tor may have to shutter an eighth of its operating capacity thanks to the Heartbleed security vulnerability. Tor, which allows secure access to the internet ... Russia Today, 1 hour ago

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Can Monitoring Wikipedia Hits Show How Many People Have the Flu?

Wikipedia boss Jimmy WalesReuters Wikipedia has become one of the world's most powerful portals of information - so powerful, in fact, that it can even show us when people are ill. Researchers at Boston Children's Hospital have found that ...
 International Business Times UK20 hours ago Wikipedia Traces the Spread of the Flu  Popular Mechanics1 hour ago Wikipedia beats Google in helping researchers track flu season  Yahoo! News5 hours ago Big Data and the Flu: How Wikipedia Can Track Influenza  LiveScience.com5 hours ago
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The Flu Tricked Google. Can Wikipedia Get It?

McIver and Brownstein are betting that Wikipedia is less prone to hypochondria. They say their model identified the week with the most flu-related activity with 17 percent more accuracy than Google and was more likely to be right about the intensity of flu ...
 Business Week4 hours ago The Quest To Predict Flu Outbreaks Moves From Google To Wikipedia  Fast Company5 hours ago Wikipedia searches and sick tweets predict flu cases  New Scientist6 hours ago Wikipedia May Track Flu Levels Better Than The CDC And Google, Based On Articles Being Searched  Medical Daily6 hours ago

After Facebook and Twitter, online poll war breaks out on Wikipedia

LUCKNOW: The online poll war is not being played out on Facebook and Twitter alone. There's a battle raging around Wikipedia as well. The free online encyclopedia, which anyone can update from anywhere, has become the target of over-enthusiastic ...
 Times of India3 hours ago Election war-rooms now target Wikipedia  Times of India1 day ago

MarketersMedia.com: Soccer Gear Reviews Unveils Hottest New Soccer Products; Soccer Gear Reviews publishes new consumers reviews helping consumers discover amazing new products with the help of Soccer Great Reviews

San Jose, CA, United States of America - According to Wikipedia, more than 13 million Americans now play soccer, making it one of the most played team sports in the country, coming in behind basketball and baseball/softball. In fact, soccer ...
 BusinessWeek19 hours ago Soccer Gear Reviews Unveils Hottest New Soccer Products  Individual.com18 hours ago
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TL;DR Wikipedia Shortens Long-Form Entries for Humorous, Mobile Browsing

Too long, didn't read may be the most annoying, yet common, consequence of our media hunger. Go on Facebook, and youll see plenty os users having lengthy arguments over stories they did not read. It makes the title of news stories ever more ...
 Media Bistro5 hours ago I Wish I Could Read Wikipedia Like This  Gizmodo7 hours ago 'TL;DR Wikipedia' Is the Internet's Sassiest Encyclopedia  Mashable2 days ago A Funny, Tongue-In-Cheek Blog That Condenses Too-Long-To-Read Wikipedia Entries  TAXI1 day ago

Amazing desserts around the world youve never heard of

Wikipedia/Joseolgon Flickr/Christina Flickr/Farel Gab Flickr/Fitri Agung Previous Next W Whether you're a food fanatic or just have a very sweet tooth, you probably enjoy a good dessert. We're all familiar with the delights of a baked apple pie, ...
 FOXNews.com1 day ago
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Walmart's Low-Wage Workers Cost U.S. Taxpayers $6.2B

A Walmart Supercenter in Albany. Photo: Wikipedia. Walmart's low-wage workers cost U.S. taxpayers an estimated $6.2 billion in public assistance including food stamps, Medicaid and subsidized housing, according to a report published to coincide ...
 Forbes.com1 day ago

Mr Knowledge [New Statesman]

M Mr Knowledge [New Statesman (New Statesman Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales on Turkey's Twitter ban, the perils of clicktivism and what Star Trek can teach us about democracy Is technology a force for good? Overwhelmingly, it ...
 TMC Net2 days ago Mr Knowledge: Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales  New Statesman1 week ago

Modern Utilities Are Changing the Power Game

Source: Wikipedia. The utility sector is in the throes of disruption as distributed power generation challenges the tradition utility model. With increased power generation coming from nontraditional sources like rooftop solar, utilities could ...
 Motley Fool4 days ago
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