CNN
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He's arguably Formula One's hottest property and now Max Verstappen could have a car that will propel him to the pinnacle of motorsport.
Variety
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Just as YouTube is feeling the heat from advertisers, Instagram is looking to make its feed more family-friendly: The Facebook-owned photo sharing service announced Thursday that it is starting to blur out photos that it has found to be sensitive. While these posts dont violate our guidelines, someone in the community has reported them and... Read more »
Techradar
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We played the game on PC, but it will also see a release on Xbox One as part of the Xbox Play Anywhere initiative. Tacoma Tacoma is the newest game from Gone Home developer Fullbright. Like its predecessor, its a narrative-focussed game in which you explore a derelict environment trying to piece together what happened. However, unlike Gone Home, which was set in a realistic portrayal of rural America, Tacoma is set in a space station of the same name, which gives it the feeling of a combat-free System Shock. Its not just the setting thats received a technological upgrade. While Gone Home relied on you piecing together its story through diary entries and recordings, Tacoma instead projects ghosts into its environment, which you can watch reenact past events. It might be a radical departure from the sombre realism of Gone Home, but Fullbrights ability to tell a good story makes this one to watch.
EVO Reviews
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An aerospace rig was used to simulate the stresses. The carbon ceramic brakes are 20mm larger (now 420mm front and 400mm rear) and 2mm thicker. These are gripped by all-new forged aluminium calipers - eight-piston at the front, six-piston at the rear - and built to an asymmetrical design to help dissipate the incredible amount of energy generated when slowing the 2-ton Chiron from high speeds. A new design of heat shield guides air through the discs to further aid cooling. What’s it like to drive? Down to the nitty gritty, then. With the Veyron it was almost as though Bugatti skipped this all-important aspect, such was the focus on hitting those once-incredible power and performance benchmarks, and making sure it was reliable and drivable. Read the latest Bugatti news here This time around Bugatti knew the Chiron had to back-up the numbers with more feeling and emotion.
PerezHilton
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Billie Lourd is her grandmother's granddaughter. The 24-year-old's uncle Todd Fisher said he's letting niece "breathe" following the tragic deaths of her mother Carrie Fisher and grandmother Debbie Reynolds . Related: Todd Says Debbie Asked For His Permission' To Pass Away! Speaking with Entertainment Tonight 's Nancy O'Dell , the brother of the Star Wars icon said Lourd is doing the best she can in the wake of losing the two most influential women in her life. The 59-year-old said the whole family is feeling the absence of Fisher and Reynolds' big personalities, confessing: "I'm letting [Billie] breathe, you know? She needs to breathe... She's dealing with two gigantic losses. These two girls — my girls, my mother and my sister, were big, big personalities [with a] big influence on Billie, myself, many people. There's a vacuum in the room and she's feeling it and we're all feeling it.
Ruptly TV
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Mondoweiss
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I would like to think that this could be the case, in spite of the utter chasm into which he has been thrust and in which the state is happy for him to remain. I left the room after Nur feeling sadder than I can possibly describe. It was a sadness that I was not used to, it was so poignant, so utterly present, so vivid. I had about 10 minutes left of my break but I didn't know where to go or what to do with myself. I decided to go to the canteen if only in the hope that some food might take the place of the deep sorrow that I felt myself drowning in. On the way, I found myself unable to leave the weight of that encounter and questioning why I had not done more to try to help Nur. And then it came to me that there was no reason why I couldn't drive out to his village on Fridays after my class and offer to teach him there and help tutor him for the course.
Radar Online
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Collective Evolution
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Sometimes we just don't want to say no. A friend asks you to go out on a Friday night. You want to... badly! But, you also know you have an early morning, and told yourself you needed to keep it mellow, give yourself some much deserved me-time, and simply reconnect to that beautiful feeling of nothingness. Do you give in and go because you want to? Or because your friend wants you to? Sometimes it's that you really want to say no, but you're too afraid. A co-worker asks you for help with a project; a friend asks you for help moving furniture; you get asked to grab dinner with a friend. You say yes to all of them, because the fear of how the other person will respond to your denial is too much to bear. Wanting to be liked by others is something many of us can relate to. And there's nothing wrong with it, but if you're compromising your well-being, who you are, and what makes you happy, it's time to take a step back.
Daily Mail - Home
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Collective Evolution
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Sometimes we just don't want to say no. A friend asks you to go out on a Friday night. You want to... badly! But, you also know you have an early morning, and told yourself you needed to keep it mellow, give yourself some much deserved me-time, and simply reconnect to that beautiful feeling of nothingness. Do you give in and go because you want to? Or because your friend wants you to? Sometimes it's that you really want to say no, but you're too afraid. A co-worker asks you for help with a project; a friend asks you for help moving furniture; you get asked to grab dinner with a friend. You say yes to all of them, because the fear of how the other person will respond to your denial is too much to bear. Wanting to be liked by others is something many of us can relate to. And there's nothing wrong with it, but if you're compromising your well-being, who you are, and what makes you happy, it's time to take a step back.
TIME - Top Stories
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You have to wake up either way, says Rubin, so look for the parts that are nice, like how you love the quiet of your kitchen in the morning when its just you. Health.com : Try This Meditation Technique to Quiet Your Inner Critic Once and for All Week 3: Practice joy on command Little bits of pleasure can give you a lift even when youre feeling seriously down, says Tan: A bad mood is like being in a dark room, while those little moments of joy are like candles. Make your own light when you need it this week with these strategies. Play your psych-up song. One of the quickest ways to boost your mood is to listen to upbeat music, research has shown. Its like dialing happiness 911, says Rubin. Jump around. Do explosive movements for a few seconds. I always tell people who need a pick-me-up to do 10 jumping jacks , says Rubin.
SABC Digital News
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Electricity prices in Kimberley, exceed other municipal Metros across the country. National Energy regulator, NERSA, stipulates that 100 units of electricity should cost about R108 but residents are paying much more than that. Community members in the Sol Plaatje Municipality are feeling the pinch. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
MintPress News
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Jeremy Waldron’s standard developed for his book, “The Harm In Hate Speech,” is useful and based in reason. Waldron wrote, “Laws restricting hate speech should aim to protect people’s dignity against assault. I am referring to their status as anyone’s equal in the community they inhabit, to their entitlement to basic justice and to the fundamentals of their reputation. Dignity in that sense may need protection against attack, particularly against group-directed attacks, which proclaim that all or most of the members of a given group are, by virtue of their race or some other ascriptive characteristic, not worthy of being treated as members of society.” “The distinction is in large part between objective or social aspects of a person’s standing, on the one hand, and subjective aspects of feeling, including hurt, shock, and anger on the other,” Waldron added.
The Sun Daily
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"To see the Sewol again, I can't describe how I'm feeling right now," said Huh Hong-Hwan, whose 16-year-old daughter was killed in the accident. Her body has not been found. Huh and his wife have for years maintained a bitter, defiant vigil in Jindo along with a handful of other relatives of missing victims. "It took so long," Huh said. Another parent, Lee Keun-Hui, tearfully called for public support and prayers to help move the ship onshore intact and a full inquiry into the sinking "so a tragedy like this would never ever happen again". "It breaks my heart to see the ship coming up," she said. "My daughter has been trapped in such a dirty, dark place for all these years." Other bereaved family members have kept watch at a camp on a hilltop on Donggeochado — the nearest island to the site, just 1.5km away. About 450 workers are involved in the painstaking efforts to lift the ship, which has a displacement of 6,825 tonnes but is now estimated to weigh between 8,000-8,500 tonnes including the silt piled up inside.
TIME - Global Spin
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The attacks in London Wednesday provoked shock and disbelief across the world, but they hit especially close to home for the British living abroad. One of the more high-profile members of that group, actor James Corden, gave an emotional tribute about his own feelings during the attack on Wednesday's episode of his show. Watching the news today, I felt a really long long way from home, he said. Its funny, when something like that happens in your hometown, you don't have a feeling of being glad that you're so far away. What you feel is that you wish you could be there with loved ones to stand alongside them. Corden continued to praise his hometown. One thing's for sure, he said. If this act of terrorism was supposed to divide the people of London, I know for a fact that all this does is bring them closer together as one. Watch the full video above.
CNET News
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Vanity Fair
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“When something like that happens in your hometown, you dont have a feeling of being glad you’re so far away,” the Late Late Show host said. “You wish you could be there with loved ones to stand alongside them.”
Auto Express
6 hours
It’s a big car (just over 2m wide), but it feels much more wieldy than it has a right to. You also have a detailed sense of how hard each tyre is working, so not only can you drive it quickly with confidence, but you now feel part of the process rather than an awed passenger. • Best hypercars 2017 That said it’s not a sharp, aggressive character in the style of a McLaren P1 or LaFerrari . Its weight and all-wheel drive traction lend it a more planted feel, which suits its epic, effortlessly muscular performance to a tee. It’s a mature car; one that you could quite happily spend the whole day in without feeling fatigued. The first time you push your right foot to the floor in the Bugatti Chiron you leave most of your internal organs behind. The acceleration is emphatic, unrelenting and, truth be told, rather unsettling. It’s that rollercoaster feeling without the death-defying plunge to oblivion.
Voice Of America
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Amputees with prosthetic limbs may soon have much a better sense of touch, temperature and texture, thanks to the energy-saving power of the sun, British researchers said on Thursday. While prosthetics are usually fully powered using batteries, a new prototype from University of Glasgow researchers opens up the possibility for so-called "solar-powered skin," which would include better sense capabilities than current technology. "If an entity is going out in a sunny day, then they won't need any battery" to activate their senses, said Ravinder Dahiya, a research fellow at the university and a leader of the study. "They can feel, without worrying about battery." The technology involves installing a thin layer of pure carbon around a prosthetic arm, hand or leg. This allows light to pass through it and be easily used as solar energy, the researchers said in a research paper.
The Sun Daily
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WE have to feed your mind and the rest will follow. Razor-sharp focus, energetic thinking, balanced moods and a better memory all depend on the food we eat. Better brain function is often the last thing on our mind when we decide what to eat. Some foods can help make you smarter and feel more alert and other foods can leave you feeling foggy, fatigued and even depressed. The most common culprits that can trigger brain fog in some people include dairy, eggs, fish, shellfish, wheat, soy, peanuts and artificial sweeteners or additives. Read the full story here: http://www.vogue.com.au/beauty/wellbeing/brain+foods+what+to+eat+to+make+you+smarter,42215
The Sun Daily
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And then, to cap it all, we had the teasing statement that his decision had been made but he wasn't telling. So, it was back to "Arsene Knows", as the old banner used to claim, but the rest of the world is reduced to uneducated guesswork. He promised he would reveal all "soon', but a week has almost passed and we still don't know. As grateful as we are to have this issue filling the tedium of the international break, you cannot help but feel it is prolonging the agony of supporters – and perhaps dividing the club even more. Although the announcement may have suggested he was more likely to leave, subsequent leaks lean towards him staying. It has also been said that he changes his mind every day. But by the time of writing (Thursday afternoon), the wise money seemed to hint that he, like Margaret Thatcher, was not for turning. There are rumours of a new contract offer of two years and although no white smoke has been sighted, your gut feeling is that would be the typically defiant "up yours" from a board that makes the Vatican look like a bunch of new age tree huggers.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Danny Cowley believes Lincoln City's big game experience will stand his side in good stead in Saturday's top-of-the-table showdown against Forest Green Rovers. Another huge crowd is expected at Sincil Bank for the visit of Mark Cooper's Rovers, who went top of the National League on Tuesday night with a last-gasp 2-1 victory over Solihull Moors. Meanwhile, the Imps were losing at Boreham Wood, dropping to second, three points behind Forest Green, but with three games in hand. READ MORE:...
Ruptly TV
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According to locals despite the shock of yesterday's Houses of Parliament attack, people are carrying on as usual, in London, Thursday. Londoners expressed their shock at yesterday's Westminster attack, from the British capital, Thursday. Despite feeling Despite feeling "shocked", Londoner Paul stated, "I think it is a good show for London, you know, that we are not stopping, we are carrying on, we are doing what we should be doing," adding, "I think that today is where it settles in a bit more." Jennifer said that although she is horrified and sorry for the policeman Keith Palmers who lost his life, she stressed that Londoners, "have been all told to expect these things." Video ID: 20170323 013 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly