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"So on this day of reflection I say again, thank you for going on this journey with me. I'll..."

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"So on this day of reflection I say again, thank you for going on this journey with me. I'll see you at the movies." - Roger Ebert, writing in his online journal just two days ago. The fact that he seemed so enthusiastic about the projects on his plate --and...
"So on this day of reflection I say again, thank you for going on this journey with me. I'll..."
Celebrating the best of Seattle tech: Scenes from the 2013 GeekWire Awards

Google Doodle Honors Amelia Earhart

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The fitting tribute comes just a day after the first U.S. woman to fly in space -- a modern-day Earhart in her own right -- lost her battle with pancreatic cancer....
Google Doodle Honors Amelia Earhart

'Breaking Bad' reinterpreted as a retro RPG

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Tired of waiting for the final season of Breaking Bad? We have something to help the months go by a little faster, or at least entertain you for the next few minutes. CollegeHumor has taken the first four seasons of the show and created a video interpretation of what...
'Breaking Bad' reinterpreted as a retro RPG

Researchers use nanotech to make cancer 3M times more detectable

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Scientists at Princeton University say they have used nanotechnology to make tests to detect diseases, like cancer and Alzheimer's disease, 3 million times more sensitive....
Researchers use nanotech to make cancer 3M times more detectable

The Backstabbing on Twitter has to Stop

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This is going to be a bit of a rant, so it’s officially filed under ‘Opinion’. I think it’s important and no one seems to be talking about it, so I’m bringing it up. You often hear the phrase ‘Web Community’, but what does it mean and why does...
The Backstabbing on Twitter has to Stop

The Weekly Good: Here's How $7 Can Help Change The World

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[Editor's Note: This is a weekly series. If your company is doing something amazing to help a charitable cause or doing some good in your community, please reach out.] What if just by buying a t-shirt that spreads a message for a charitable cause, you could help fund that cause?...
The Weekly Good: Here's How $7 Can Help Change The World
Why are we idiots about taking care of our health?
This Man Printed Out A Brand New Half Of His Face

MIT uses nanotech to make cancer easier to detect

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MIT researchers are using nanotechnology to help doctors detect cancer in their patients sooner, increasing their odds of beating the disease....
MIT uses nanotech to make cancer easier to detect
Lawyer attacking The Oatmeal shocked by big mean Internet's reaction

Black Sabbath vocalist Ronnie James Dio dies of cancer

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Black Sabbath vocalist Ronnie James Dio dies of cancer
New IBM project puts Watson to work in customer service
Apple Posts A Video Remember Steve Jobs And Highlighting His Greatest Achievements
Exposing the beauty of deadly disease through medical photography

Décès de l'économiste Jacques Marseille des suites d'un cancer, à 64 ans. http://bit.ly/divRNU via @lechafouin

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Décès de l'économiste Jacques Marseille des suites d'un cancer, à 64 ans. http://bit.ly/divRNU via @lechafouin

Link between cell phones and cancer may be unjustified

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A new U.K. science review says not to worry about brain tumors while chatting on mobile phones because "evidence overall has not demonstrated any adverse effects on human health." [Read more]...
Link between cell phones and cancer may be unjustified

New Colonoscopy Tool Is Just Like Google Street View but for Your Butt

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Much more appealing than the inside of your colon. (Photo: Google Maps) There’s Google Street View for mountains and museums, but one thing Google still hasn’t managed to neatly chronicle is the inner workings of your digestive system. The company may not be getting into the medical business any time soon,...
New Colonoscopy Tool Is Just Like Google Street View but for Your Butt

Cloud | The New Microsoft Is a Pal of GitHub

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Microsoft used to think of the open source software community as a cancer, but now it seems like more of a lifeline. Although the bulk of Microsoft's profits come from its Windows and Office franchises, the software company now says ......
Cloud | The New Microsoft Is a Pal of GitHub

Canada preparing giant butt-mob for cancer

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Canada preparing giant butt-mob for cancer

Twitter's human-powered search is the present and future of AI

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Twitter has done a lot to change the way people share news, watch live TV and even how they protest. Along the way it has had to deal with scaling problems as well as the challenge of tracking how users connect to each other and how to then instantly —...
Twitter's human-powered search is the present and future of AI

Phone apps 'delay skin diagnosis'

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People relying on smartphone applications to decide whether their moles are cancer could be putting themselves at risk of misdiagnosis....
Phone apps 'delay skin diagnosis'

Web Pharmacy Switches to New Internet Vendor

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Canada Drugs, an Internet pharmacy and drug wholesaler that sold counterfeit cancer medicines to U.S. doctors, switched to a new Internet vendor. The move could thwart efforts by the FDA to shut down the company's websites....
Web Pharmacy Switches to New Internet Vendor

♥♥♥"The Cancer Of Microsoft’s Tastlessness"♥♥♥ http://j.mp/a1X6eq

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♥♥♥"The Cancer Of Microsoft’s Tastlessness"♥♥♥ http://j.mp/a1X6eq

Sally Ride, first American woman in space, dies at 61

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It's a sad day for space travel. Sally Ride, the first American woman to ever travel to space, has died at the age of 61 after a bout with pancreatic cancer. She's best known for breaking NASA's gender barrier by flying on Space Shuttle Challenger on June 18th, 1983,...
Sally Ride, first American woman in space, dies at 61

Does Stress Feed Cancer?: Scientific American

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Does Stress Feed Cancer?: Scientific American

The Cancer Bomb: How Nuclear Sludge Gave Birth to Experimental Leukemia Drug

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In the early years of the Cold War, U.S. scientists tried to create synthetic uranium in a laboratory, spurred by fears that our country lacked enough natural deposits of the highly reactive material to keep up in the escalating nuclear race. Read More...
The Cancer Bomb: How Nuclear Sludge Gave Birth to Experimental Leukemia Drug

The FDA Warns POM: Stop Saying Pomegranate Juice Cures Cancer | Discoblog

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The FDA Warns POM: Stop Saying Pomegranate Juice Cures Cancer | Discoblog

sad: Ken Judge has cancer http://is.gd/cGwdC

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sad: Ken Judge has cancer http://is.gd/cGwdC

Michael Vick Dog Dies of Cancer, Had Legacy of Helping Animals http://ow.ly/1w1Eh

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Michael Vick Dog Dies of Cancer, Had Legacy of Helping Animals http://ow.ly/1w1Eh
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