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inews.co.uk (UK) 05/24/2019 12:39
Notwithstanding the favourable reviews, I have decided to boycott the Elton John biopic, Rocket Man. Elton has let me down. I booked to take my family to his “farewell tour” concert in Amsterdam on 15 May – and, the day before, it was cancelled. Apparently, one of the musicians was unwell. Elton was obviously fine. […]. The post What Frank Sinatra and Judi Dench showed me about true stardom appeared first on inews.co.uk .
Boing Boing 05/24/2019 12:39
I bought a bread lame . A friend of mine is doing all sorts of fancy scoring to his bread. Mine just tastes good. I will try to make some fancy cuts in some bread soon, it will probably taste the same. This lame is as cheap as I could find, as I do not think they make much difference. I have seen some fancy stuff tho. I think I have had and lost other lames, so I am going cheap. Premium Hand Crafted Bread Lame Included 5 Blades and Leather Protective Cover via Amazon Read the rest.
TechDirt 05/24/2019 12:37
I was tempted to start this post with just a series of head-smashing-into-desk emojis, but I thought that might come off as a bit weird. Remember Craig Wright ? He's the somewhat controversial guy who has claimed to have really been Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin. Suffice it to say, there are a lot of people who do not believe Craig Wright , and have highlighted how Wright has failed to provide any of the fairly straightforward methods the original Satoshi could use to prove who he was, and instead used complicated methods that suggest gamesmanship , rather than actual proof. As we've highlighted in our posts, Wright seems most focused on patenting everything he can with regards to Bitcoin and cryptocurrency -- which, at the very
findBIOMETRICS 05/24/2019 12:37
This week’s roundup of FindBiometrics’ most popular biometrics news articles finds a very forward-looking assortment. Three of our top five articles looked forward to anticipated biometric trends, while a fourth assessed an ongoing growth trend for the most important standards program in the authentication industry. Back to those anticipated trends, though: Two of this week’s…. The post This Week’s Top Stories Look to the Biometric Future appeared first on FindBiometrics .
Android Police 05/24/2019 12:36
The FCC is expected to vote on new rules against robocalling during its next open meeting on June 6. In the lead-up to that decision, the Senate has taken up one of its own to lay out the groundwork for how the FCC will carry out its intentions. The Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence (TRACED) Act passed yesterday by a vote of 97-1. It was introduced by Sens. Senator John Thune (R-S.D.) and Ed Markey (D-Mass.) and generated bipartisan support from 83 co-sponsoring members by the time it came up for a final vote. Read More. Senate passes anti-robocalling bill as FCC prepares to vote on new rules next month was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
Mac Observer 05/24/2019 12:35
In the June issue of MacFormat magazine we find out how to personalize Siri and Search by changing certain settings. It’s on page 52 (it’s a PDF). Siri takes repetition, the time of day and your location into account for its suggestions. As well as the Lock screen, suggestions can appear in iOS’s search results and in iOS’s Look Up feature. You may want to stop info from some apps leaking out onto the Lock screen in particular, so we’ll show you how. This is part of Andrew’s News+ series, where he shares a magazine every Friday to help people discover good content in Apple News+.

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