Monitoring COVID-19: Could medicine found in wastewater provide an early warning?

In a pilot project exploring ways to monitor COVID-19, University at Buffalo scientists hunted for pharmaceuticals and viral RNA simultaneously in wastewater in Western New York. | Continue reading | 18 minutes ago

Eva Longoria Wore a Beaded Napkin to a Film Festival

In Italy. Not that it makes a difference really. The post Eva Longoria Wore a Beaded Napkin to a Film Festival first appeared on Go Fug Yourself. | Continue reading | 22 minutes ago

15 Easy No-Cook Side Dishes Perfect for Summer

These are my go-to's for summer potlucks and cookouts. READ MORE... | Continue reading | 22 minutes ago

Why All Your Better Call Saul Fan Theories About Walt And Jesse Are Wrong

"Better Call Saul" is gearing up to conclude its acclaimed run with a bang, and co-creators Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan are pulling out all the stops. The first half of the sixth and final season ended on the most heart-pounding cliffhanger in the entire series (and if anyone … | Continue reading | 28 minutes ago

HBO's Trust: Everything We Know So Far About The Kate Winslet Drama

Whenever Kate Winslet makes a limited series for HBO, she wins an Emmy. She earned her first Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie trophy 11 years ago for her bruisingly real portrayal of the title character in Todd Haynes' "Mildred Pierce," and took home her second l … | Continue reading | 33 minutes ago

Researchers develop online portal to show how biases in RNA sequences affect gene expression

A recent publication from researchers at the University of Kentucky explains the importance of identifying and understanding how differences between tissues and cells alter gene expression without changing the underlying genetic code. | Continue reading | 33 minutes ago

I Tried Our Place’s New Ovenware Set and It Makes Cooking Weeknight Meals a Total Breeze

It's almost too pretty to use! READ MORE... | Continue reading | 37 minutes ago

Avaya sysadmin indicted for illegally generating, selling VoIP licenses

Three defendants who allegedly sold over $88 million worth of software licenses belonging to Avaya Holdings Corporation have been charged in Oklahoma, U.S., facing 14 counts of wire fraud and money laundering. [...] | Continue reading | 37 minutes ago

Robots are driving US co-workers to substance abuse, mental health issues, finds study

Automation enhances industry, but it's harmful to the mental health of its human co-workers. | Continue reading | 38 minutes ago

The Chromium super (inline cache) type confusion

In this post I'll exploit CVE-2022-1134, a type confusion in Chrome that I reported in March 2022, which allows remote code execution (RCE) in the renderer sandbox of Chrome by a single visit to a malicious site. I'll also look at some past vulnerabilities of this type and some i … | Continue reading | 43 minutes ago

Marcus Lundblad: Summer Maps

 So, as tradition has it here's the (Northern Hemisphere) summer blog post about GNOME Maps.One large under-the-hood change I've made in Maps since last time is migrating the JS code to use ES6 modules.So, using “import” instead of referring modules as objects from the old-school … | Continue reading | 44 minutes ago

Bureaucracy Stopped Bill Murray From Getting Full Credit For Groundhog Day

For a film about a Pennsylvania weatherman getting stuck in an endless time loop, watching "Groundhog Day" never gets old. Screenwriter Danny Rubin and director Harold Ramis are credited with creating one of the freshest scripts to hit Hollywood in the '90s, a story that blends a … | Continue reading | 46 minutes ago

Everything You Need To Know About The Zombies In All Of Us Are Dead

"All of Us Are Dead" is one of the year's best cinematic-level treats. There's a reason it set an important streaming milestone earlier this year. The South Korean zombie drama by Chun Sung-il, Lee Jae-kyoo, and Kim Nam-su packs in adrenaline-fueled action sequences that keep aud … | Continue reading | 47 minutes ago

Our experience migrating to Golang v1.18 for generics

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Pulse oximeter less accurate in non-white patients, study finds

It's a device most patients will recognize from their most recent doctor's appointment: a small plastic clip attached to their finger that measures the levels of oxygen in their blood. | Continue reading | 49 minutes ago

Chinese boffins suggest launching nuclear Neptune orbiter in 2030

All these worlds are yours, except Europa. Attempt no landing there. Use them together, use them in peace | Continue reading | 49 minutes ago

Why Wi-Fi 6 and 6E will connect factories of the future

Tech body pushes reliability, cost savings of next-gen wireless comms for IIoT – not a typo | Continue reading | 51 minutes ago

Crypto Loves Its Shadow Banks

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City-killing asteroid won't hit Earth in 2052 after all

ESA ruins our day with some bad news | Continue reading | 51 minutes ago

(Podcast) The Rebound 398: Friedman House Rules

Who wants to talk about Apple stuff anyway.… | Continue reading | 51 minutes ago

The Resort Trailer: Crime Drama Series Uncovers 15-Year-Old Mystery

Today Peacock has released a new trailer for their upcoming crime series "The Resort." This isn't any old crime drama though. This is a 15-year-old mystery and we're seeing it from both time periods. In the series, Cristin Milioti ("Palm Springs") and William Jackson Harper ("The … | Continue reading | 51 minutes ago

Game Theory in SEO: Building a Ship of Strategy in a Sea of Tactics

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NATO formally invites Finland and Sweden to join the alliance

The historic deal underscores how the war in Ukraine has backfired for President Vladimir V. Putin. | Continue reading | 52 minutes ago

How risky is sitting in the flow of funds

When a business sits "in" the flow of funds, it means that money will, at some point, pass through the business' bank account. This primer digs into funds flow models and the risks and benefits associated with sitting in the flow of funds. | Continue reading | 52 minutes ago

Let There Be God: How Yahweh Became “God Almighty”

In the Canaan religion, Yahweh was a lesser god, who was assigned the land of Israel. Here's how he became "God Almighty." | Continue reading | 52 minutes ago

AI benchmark: Nvidia dominates, but Graphcore establishes itself

Nvidia dominates the sixth round of the established AI benchmark MLPerf with its two-year-old A100 GPU. However, the competition does not sleep. | Continue reading | 52 minutes ago

Poliovirus Found in London Sewage

No cases have been reported and the overall risk to the public is low, but public health officials are urging vaccination | Continue reading | 52 minutes ago

8 Treehouses You Can Rent for Your Next Weekend Adventure

Spectacular views! Fresh air! A good nights sleep! Sign us up! READ MORE... | Continue reading | 52 minutes ago

Backup and (instant)recover libvirt/QEMU domains using virtnbdbackup

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Ask HN: How can I make links open in Incognito by default?

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NCERT Exemplar Problems (For In-Depth Learning) with Solved Examples and Answers

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Chinese spacecraft acquires images of entire planet of Mars

An uncrewed Chinese spacecraft has acquired imagery data covering all of Mars, including visuals of its south pole, after circling the planet more than 1,300 times since early last year, state media reported on Wednesday. | Continue reading | 55 minutes ago

Ask HN: Who has ditched their phone and what is your replacement?

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Monopsony in the US Labor Market

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Researchers identify the microbes in 100-year-old snail guts

On a drizzly day in July 1920, a Colorado scientist named Junius Henderson was hiking around the Dakota Hogback, a sandstone ridge north of Boulder. There, he spotted a group of Rocky Mountain snails (Oreohelix strigosa) oozing across the ground. Henderson scooped up the mollusks … | Continue reading | 59 minutes ago

Nvidia in the Hot Seat?

Intel Habana, Graphcore, Google TPU, and Nvidia A100 Compared In AI Training | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

NASA's stratospheric balloon mission gets telescope with giant mirror

Telescopes designed to operate in space have to be constructed differently than those meant to operate on the ground. But what about telescopes that operate in between? | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

How Pretzels Became One of the Most Popular Snacks in the World

Justin Dodd of "Food History" explains how the pretzel moved beyond its theological origins to become one of the most popular snack foods in the world. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Why Jason Momoa's Apple TV+ Series See Is Ending With Season 3

Looks like we won't be seeing any more of "See" in the future. Ha, get it? It's a play on the title. Well, anyways, the upcoming third season of the Apple TV+ series "See" has been confirmed to be its last. The news came on the heels of the release of a new trailer for the season … | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

The U.S. is losing an average of two weekly newspapers a week

The U.S. has lost a quarter of its newspapers since 2005 and is losing two a week (almost all weekly papers) on average, according to a new report from Northwestern University’s Medill School. In all, 2,500 American papers have disappeared since 2005. Penny Abernathy, the author … | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Top 10 Tips to Improve Your Website Traffic

Are you looking for ways to increase your website traffic? If so, you’re in the right place! In this post, we will discuss tips that will help drive more visitors to your site. Traffic is essential for any business – without it, your website won’t be able to generate sales or lea … | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Okay, Let’s Bask in These Barbie Movie Pictures

They are NOT phoning it in. The post Okay, Let’s Bask in These Barbie Movie Pictures first appeared on Go Fug Yourself. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

An engaging leadership style may boost employee engagement

A new analysis suggests that a particular leadership style dubbed "engaging leadership" can boost employees' engagement and enhance team effectiveness within the workplace. Greta Mazzetti of the University of Bologna, Italy, and Wilmar Schaufeli of Utrecht University in the Nethe … | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

How Facebook clickbait draws users into engaging with posts

A study of 4,000 Facebook posts by news organizations provides unique insights into clickbait and user engagement. The study, published in the open access journal PLOS ONE by Anna-Katharina Jung, of the University of Duisburg-Essen, and colleagues, suggests both headlines and the … | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

'Safety in numbers' tactic keeps Pacific salmon safe from predators

Animals that live in groups tend to be more protected from predators. That idea might be common sense, but it's difficult to test for some species, especially for wild populations of fish that live in the ocean. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Underwater jars reveal Roman period winemaking practices

Winemaking practices in coastal Italy during the Roman period involved using native grapes for making wine in jars waterproofed with imported tar pitch, according to a study published June 29, 2022 in PLOS ONE by Louise Chassouant of Avignon University and colleagues. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Shrimps and worms among first animals to recover after largest mass extinction

Researchers studying ancient sea bed burrows and trails have discovered that bottom burrowing animals were among the first to bounce back after the end-Permian mass extinction. | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

10 reasons to switch to Android

In the last year, over a billion new Android phones were activated. Ready to join the fun, but not sure which phone is best for you? Consider one that’s loaded with the best of Google, that can fold to fit in your pocket or fit your budget, or has a camera that can capture any sh … | Continue reading | 1 hour ago