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The Biggest Revelation from Every NFL Team's OTAs
As Kyle Odegard of the team's website reported, Bucannon had surgery last month to repair the balky ankle that cut his 2016 campaign ... t be prowling the middle of the Pittsburgh Steelers defense aft... read more
How to draw a circle in Photoshop
Over the years I’ve needed to make simple illustrations for my blog posts, but I’ve been stymied by drawing simple circles. Looking up tutorials on how to do this in PhotoShop led me to confusing, wei... read more
Does Israel Have a Right to Exist as a Jewish …
It would not be a proper remedy for me to vengefully cut down my neighbor’s trees, demolish his house, or kill his children. Let us accept, for the sake of argument, that Israel has a “right to exist ... read more
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Panel: U.S. Needs Non-Military Options to Handle ‘Gray Zone’ Warfare from Russia, China, Iran
Employing cyber and spreading lies such as the “United States created ISIS” to rally Shiia support, it also uses proxies in Lebanon, Syria and Iraq to expand its influence across the Middle East ... a... read more
'I was enslaved for 40 days'
A new California state law requires manufacturers and retailers in ... Although I was enslaved 9 years ago, my trafficker is still after me and my family. I was enslaved for 40 days but it felt like 4... read more
“No” to Software Patents Per Se: Software is Only a Means to an End.
In Dennis Crouch's July 29, 2012 Patently-O essay "Ongoing Debate: Is Software Patentable?" he concludes by writing "It is simply ridiculous that after 40 years of debate, we still do not have an answ... read more
In Gaza war, lions led by donkeys?
Are the tactical gains the IDF is making in its assault on Hamas to stop it from firing rockets into Israel worth the political and strategic costs to the Jewish state? Strong words from a respected a... read more
Insight: Racial Disparities In Sacramento's Neighborhoods / Dissect Podcast Launches Season Three / 'American In Paris' Takes Stage
Sociologist Jesus Hernandez explains the geography that forms the baseline for race relations and public infrastructure investment in Sacramento, and how it influences the health of the city’s neighbo... read more
NFL Draft 2017: Round 1 Grades for Every Pick
He has some nasty pass-rush ... Ohio State and played just two years of high school football. Vonn Bell and others kept him on the bench for the Buckeyes, while basketball occupied his time in high sc... read more
Uber Self-Driving Car Hits and Kills Pedestrian in Arizona
The company is devising a technology that will let its cars "talk" with pedestrians, in hopes of making such accidents less likely. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) re... read more
Storm Aftermath: Live Updates
The Café Water, a deli on the corner ... apply through an emergency shelter to be eligible for the hotel program, at the request of state officials. Either way, displaced families must pre-register wi... read more
Did NASA Validate an “Impossible” Space Drive? In a Word, No.
Perhaps we should take a long cool drink at this point. Let’s start with the “NASA validates” part. NASA is a huge agency, with more than 18,000 employees. The testing was done by five NASA employees ... read more