Thagomizer

Thagomizer
Added 17 hours ago
Sentiment: positive
4 minute read
1 people have read this
Cryptos: $QRK

Microsoft Kin

Microsoft Kin
Added a day ago
Summary: The Kin Two, shown open
Sentiment: negative
20 minute read
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Tree shaking

Added 2 days ago
Summary: In computing, tree shaking is a dead code elimination technique that is applied when optimizing code written in ECMAScript dialects like JavaScript or TypeScript into a single bundle that is loaded by a web browser. Often contrasted with traditional single-library dead code elimination techniques common to minifiers, tree shaking eliminates unused functions from across the bundle by starting at the entry point and only including functions that may be executed.[1][2] It is succinctly described as
Sentiment: negative
4 minute read
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Potoooooooo

Potoooooooo
Added 6 days ago
Summary: Potoooooooo, or Pot-8-Os
Sentiment: positive
7 minute read
1 people have read this
Stocks: $DNOW
Cryptos: $BECN

Capitol Hill's mystery soda machine

Capitol Hill's mystery soda machine
Added 7 days ago
Summary: The mysterious vending machine in front of Broadway Locksmith
Sentiment: positive
2 minute read
1 people have read this
Stocks: $FB
Cryptos: $UTED

Eric Moussambani

Added 7 days ago
Summary: In this Spanish name, the first or paternal surname is Moussambani and the second or maternal family name is Malonga.
Sentiment: positive
7 minute read
1 people have read this
Stocks: $TISI
Cryptos: $DAILY$UTED

Most livable cities

Added 9 days ago
Summary: The world's most livable cities is an informal name given to any list of cities as they rank on an annual survey of living conditions. In addition to providing clean water, clean air, adequate food and shelter, a ‘livable’ city must also generate a sense of community and offer hospitable settings for all, especially young people, to develop social skills, a sense of autonomy and identity.[1]
Sentiment: positive
5 minute read
1 people have read this
Cryptos: $UTED

Xennials

Added 10 days ago
Summary: Xennials or xennials (also known as the Oregon Trail Generation and Generation Catalano) are the micro-generation of people on the cusp of the Generation X and Millennial demographic cohorts. Researchers and popular media use birth years from the late 1970s to the early 1980s. Xennials are described as having had an analog childhood and a digital young adulthood.
Sentiment: positive
12 minute read
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Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise
Added 10 days ago
Summary: This article is about the American actor. For other people named Tom Cruise, see Tom Cruise (disambiguation).
Sentiment: positive
42 minute read
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Marvin Heemeyer

Marvin Heemeyer
Added 10 days ago
Summary: Marvin Heemeyer
Sentiment: negative
18 minute read
1 people have read this
Cryptos: $DAILY$D4RK

Eliahu Itzkovitz

Added 11 days ago
Summary: Eliahu Itzkovitz
Sentiment: negative
7 minute read
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Pfeilstorch

Pfeilstorch
Added 12 days ago
Sentiment: negative
2 minute read
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Vatican's list of films

Added 15 days ago
Summary: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Cryptos: $OCN

Woo! Yeah!

Added 18 days ago
Summary: Woo! Yeah! is a drum break that includes James Brown's ("Woo!") and Bobby Byrd's ("Yeah!") voices which has been widely sampled in popular music, often in the form of a loop. The drum break was performed by John "Jabo" Starks. It originates from the 1972 Lyn Collins recording "Think (About It)", a song written and produced by Brown, and is just one of a few other frequently used breaks contained in the recording, often collectively known as the Think Break.[1]
Sentiment: positive
2 minute read
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Stocks: $BPOP

TRIZ

Added 18 days ago
Summary: TRIZ (; Russian: теория решения изобретательских задач, teoriya resheniya izobretatelskikh zadatch, literally: "theory of the resolution of invention-related tasks") is "a problem-solving, analysis and forecasting tool derived from the study of patterns of invention in the global patent literature".[1] It was developed by the Soviet inventor and science-fiction author Genrich Altshuller (1926-1998) and his colleagues, beginning in 1946. In English the name is typically rendered as the theory of
Sentiment: positive
37 minute read
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Jean de Selys Longchamps

Jean de Selys Longchamps
Added 18 days ago
Summary: Baron
1 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $DNOW

Mathematical coincidence

Added 19 days ago
Summary: This article is about numerical curiosities. For the technical mathematical concept of coincidence, see Coincidence point.
Sentiment: negative
12 minute read
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Britney Spears

Britney Spears
Added 19 days ago
Summary: Britney Spears
Sentiment: positive
112 minute read
2 people have read this

Pierre Picaud

Added 21 days ago
Summary: Pierre Picaud (French: [piko]) was a 19th-century shoemaker in Nîmes, France who may have been the basis for the character of Edmond Dantès in Alexandre Dumas, père's 1844 novel The Count of Monte Cristo.
Sentiment: negative
3 minute read
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Pocho (crocodile)

Added 21 days ago
Summary: Pocho (around 1950-1960 in Reventazón River, Costa Rica – October 12, 2011 in Siquirres, Costa Rica) was an American crocodile who gained international attention for his emotional friendship and relationship of over 20 years with Gilberto "Chito" Shedden, a local fisherman. Shedden had found Pocho dying on the banks of the Reventazón River, and took the crocodile in whilst nursing him back to health. The crocodile refused to return to the wild and chose to stay with Chito instead. The pair becam
Sentiment: positive
8 minute read
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One Laptop per Child

One Laptop per Child
Added 22 days ago
Sentiment: positive
50 minute read
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Alternative 3

Added 22 days ago
Summary: This article is about the British television programme. For the Brian Eno composition, see Music for Films.
Sentiment: negative
18 minute read
1 people have read this

Royal Mail rubber band

Royal Mail rubber band
Added 23 days ago
Sentiment: positive
7 minute read
1 people have read this
Cryptos: $DAILY$UTED

Jay-Z

Jay-Z
Added 23 days ago
Summary: For other uses, see JZ.
Sentiment: positive
65 minute read
5 people have read this

Cyberpunk derivatives

Added 23 days ago
Summary: Since the advent of the cyberpunk genre, a number of derivatives of cyberpunk have become recognized in their own right as distinct subgenres in speculative fiction, especially in science fiction.[1]
Sentiment: positive
46 minute read
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Eigengrau

Added 23 days ago
Summary: Eigengrau (German for "intrinsic gray"; pronounced [ˈʔaɪ̯gŋ̍ˌgʁaʊ̯]), also called Eigenlicht (Dutch and German for "intrinsic light"), dark light, or brain gray, is the uniform dark gray background that many people report seeing in the absence of light. The term Eigenlicht dates back to the nineteenth century,[1] but has rarely been used in recent scientific publications. Common scientific terms for the phenomenon include "visual noise" or "background adaptation". These terms arise due to the p
Sentiment: positive
3 minute read
2 people have read this
Cryptos: $D4RK$VSN

Climate change

Climate change
Added 24 days ago
Sentiment: positive
87 minute read
2 people have read this

Zygalski sheets

Zygalski sheets
Added 25 days ago
Sentiment: negative
7 minute read
1 people have read this
Stocks: $DNOW

Zoopharmacognosy

Zoopharmacognosy
Added 25 days ago
Sentiment: negative
28 minute read
3 people have read this
Stocks: $COWN$ROOT
Cryptos: $DMD$HNY$MNR

Battle of B-R5RB

Battle of B-R5RB
Added 25 days ago
Summary: EVE Online virtual game universe (centered in the system B-R5RB, smaller battles and skirmishes throughout)
Sentiment: negative
26 minute read
1 people have read this

Alex (parrot)

Alex (parrot)
Added a month ago
Summary: Alex participating in a numerical cognition experiment
Sentiment: negative
13 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $AAPL$EXPR
Cryptos: $WISE$CHERRY

Boltzmann brain

Boltzmann brain
Added a month ago
Sentiment: negative
24 minute read
1 people have read this
Cryptos: $OBSR$UNI

Prenatal cocaine exposure

Added a month ago
Summary: Prenatal cocaine exposure (PCE), theorized in the 1970s, occurs when a pregnant woman uses cocaine and thereby exposes her fetus to the drug. Babies whose mothers used cocaine while pregnant supposedly have increased risk of several different health issues during growth and development.[1]
Sentiment: negative
50 minute read
2 people have read this

Argo (2012 film)

Argo (2012 film)
Added a month ago
Summary: Theatrical release poster
Sentiment: positive
28 minute read
3 people have read this

History of Riga

History of Riga
Added a month ago
Sentiment: positive
35 minute read
4 people have read this
Stocks: $ROOT$VIEW

Lemon law

Added a month ago
Summary: Lemon laws are United States state laws that provide a remedy for purchasers of cars and other consumer goods in order to compensate for products that repeatedly fail to meet standards of quality and performance. Although many types of products can be defective, the term "lemon" is mostly used to describe defective motor vehicles, such as cars, trucks, and motorcycles.
Sentiment: negative
13 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $BPOP$EXPR
Cryptos: $UTED

Friendship paradox

Added a month ago
Summary: The friendship paradox is the phenomenon first observed by the sociologist Scott L. Feld in 1991 that most people have fewer friends than their friends have, on average.[1] It can be explained as a form of sampling bias in which people with more friends are more likely to be in one's own friend group. Or, said another way, one is less likely to be friends with someone who has very few friends. In contradiction to this, most people believe that they have more friends than their friends have.[2][3
Sentiment: positive
10 minute read
2 people have read this
Cryptos: $SATS

Japan Airlines food poisoning incident

Japan Airlines food poisoning incident
Added a month ago
Summary: A Japan Airlines Boeing 747-246B, similar to the one involved in the incident
Sentiment: negative
10 minute read
1 people have read this
Stocks: $FLNT$TISI
Cryptos: $UTED

Dick Van Dyke

Dick Van Dyke
Added a month ago
Summary: Dick Van Dyke
Sentiment: positive
27 minute read
6 people have read this

DCF77

DCF77
Added a month ago
Summary: The low frequency T-aerial antennas of DCF77 in Mainflingen
Sentiment: positive
26 minute read
1 people have read this
Cryptos: $SNT$MTL$BITS

Murder of Otávio Jordão da Silva

Murder of Otávio Jordão da Silva
Added a month ago
Sentiment: negative
2 minute read
3 people have read this

Diderot effect

Added a month ago
Summary: The Diderot effect is a social phenomenon related to consumer goods. It is based on two ideas. The first idea is that goods purchased by consumers will align with their sense of identity, and, as a result, will complement one another. The second idea states that the introduction of a new possession that deviates from the consumer's current complementary goods can result in a process of spiraling consumption. The term was coined by anthropologist and scholar of consumption patterns Grant McCracke
Sentiment: positive
6 minute read
1 people have read this
Cryptos: $DYN$DSR

Shinkansen

Shinkansen
Added a month ago
Sentiment: positive
73 minute read
2 people have read this

List of military nuclear accidents

Added a month ago
Summary: A USAF B-36 bomber, AF Ser. No. 44-92075, was flying a simulated combat mission from Eielson Air Force Base, near Fairbanks, Alaska, to Carswell Air Force Base in Fort Worth, Texas, carrying one weapon containing a dummy warhead. The warhead contained conventional explosives and natural uranium but lacked the plutonium core of an actual weapon. After six hours of flight, the bomber experienced mechanical problems and was forced to shut down three of its six engines at an altitude of 12,000 feet
3 people have read this
Stocks: $DOW

Māui (Māori mythology)

Added a month ago
Summary: In Māori mythology, as in other Polynesian traditions, Māui is a culture hero and a trickster, famous for his exploits and cleverness. He possessed superhuman strength, and was capable of shapeshifting into animals such as birds and worms.
Sentiment: negative
17 minute read
1 people have read this
Stocks: $DNOW

James Naismith

James Naismith
Added a month ago
Summary: James Naismith holding a basketball
Sentiment: positive
28 minute read
1 people have read this
Cryptos: $UTED$FAME

MOOSE

MOOSE
Added a month ago
Sentiment: negative
4 minute read
2 people have read this

Tanenbaum–Torvalds debate

Tanenbaum–Torvalds debate
Added a month ago
Sentiment: positive
15 minute read
1 people have read this

Sonoluminescence

Sonoluminescence
Added a month ago
Sentiment: negative
19 minute read
2 people have read this

Ship's cat

Ship's cat
Added a month ago
Sentiment: positive
23 minute read
7 people have read this

Bombing of Tokyo (10 March 1945)

Bombing of Tokyo (10 March 1945)
Added a month ago
Summary: On the night of 9/10 March 1945, the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) conducted a devastating firebombing raid on Tokyo, the Japanese capital city. This attack was code-named Operation Meetinghouse by the USAAF and is known as the Great Tokyo Air Raid in Japan.[1] Bombs dropped from 279 Boeing B-29 Superfortress heavy bombers burned out much of eastern Tokyo. More than 90,000 and possibly over 100,000 Japanese people were killed, mostly civilians, and one million were left homeless, making
Sentiment: negative
68 minute read
3 people have read this

Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart
Added a month ago
Summary: Sir
Sentiment: positive
48 minute read
4 people have read this

Morse code

Morse code
Added a month ago
Sentiment: positive
60 minute read
4 people have read this

Benjamin Bolger

Benjamin Bolger
Added a month ago
Summary: For the professional rugby league football from England, see Ben Bolger.
Sentiment: positive
4 minute read
2 people have read this
Cryptos: $STRONG$DAILY

Angus Barbieri's fast

Angus Barbieri's fast
Added a month ago
Summary: Angus Barbieri
Sentiment: negative
3 minute read
2 people have read this

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Arnold Schwarzenegger
Added a month ago
Summary: "The Austrian Oak" redirects here. For the tree, see Quercus cerris.
Sentiment: positive
106 minute read
10 people have read this

774–775 carbon-14 spike

774–775 carbon-14 spike
Added a month ago
Summary: The 774–775 carbon-14 spike is an observed increase of 1.2% in the concentration of carbon-14 isotope in tree rings dated to 774 or 775, which is about 20 times as high as the normal background rate of variation. It was discovered during a study of Japanese cedar trees, with the year of occurrence determined through dendrochronology.[1] A surge in beryllium isotope 10Be, detected in Antarctic ice cores, has also been associated with the 774–775 event.[2] It is known as the Miyake event or the Ch
Sentiment: positive
6 minute read
4 people have read this
Stocks: $VIEW$BCE

Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks

Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks
Added a month ago
Summary: Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks to Sultan Mehmed IV of the Ottoman Empire, also known as Cossacks of Saporog Are Drafting a Manifesto (Russian: Запорожцы пишут письмо турецкому султану), is a painting by Russian[1] artist Ilya Repin. The 2.03 m (6 foot 7 inch) by 3.58 m (11 foot 9 inch) canvas was started in 1880 and finished in 1891. Repin recorded the years of work along the lower edge of the canvas. Alexander III bought the painting for 35,000 rubles, at the time the greatest sum ever paid
Sentiment: negative
7 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $BPOP$DNOW

Institute for the Study and Elimination of Jewish Influence on German Church Life

Added a month ago
Summary: The Institute for the Study and Elimination of Jewish Influence on German Church Life was a cross-church establishment by eleven German Protestant churches during the Third Reich, founded at the instigation of the German Christian movement. It was set up in Eisenach under Siegfried Leffler and Walter Grundmann.[1] Georg Bertram, professor of New Testament at the University of Giessen, who led the Institute from 1943 until the Institute's dissolution in May 1945, wrote about its goals in March 1
Sentiment: positive
4 minute read
2 people have read this

United States at the Olympics

United States at the Olympics
Added a month ago
Summary: Flag of the United States
Sentiment: positive
58 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $DNOW$TISI

Shep (American dog)

Shep (American dog)
Added a month ago
Summary: Sculpture of Shep on the bank of the Missouri River, Fort Benton, Montana. Artist: Bob Scriver.
Sentiment: negative
4 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $DNOW

Louis XIV

Louis XIV
Added a month ago
Summary: Portrait by Hyacinthe Rigaud, 1701
Sentiment: positive
130 minute read
9 people have read this

OpenCola (drink)

OpenCola (drink)
Added a month ago
Summary: OpenCola is a brand of open-source cola, where the instructions for making it are freely available and modifiable. Anybody can make the drink, and anyone can modify and improve on the recipe. It was launched in 2001 by free software P2P company Opencola, to promote their company.[1]
Sentiment: positive
3 minute read
3 people have read this
Stocks: $DNOW$ORAN
Cryptos: $AUTO$P2P

Recursive islands and lakes

Added a month ago
Summary: A recursive island or lake is an island or lake that is itself within an island or lake.[1]
Sentiment: positive
1 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $CREE$DNOW
Cryptos: $REN$UTED

Casu martzu

Casu martzu
Added a month ago
Summary: Casu martzu[1] (Sardinian pronunciation: [ˈkazu ˈmaɾtsu]; literally 'rotten/putrid cheese'), sometimes spelled casu marzu, and also called casu modde, casu cundídu and casu fràzigu in Sardinian language, is a traditional Sardinian sheep milk cheese that contains live insect larvae (maggots). A variation of the cheese, casgiu merzu,[2] is also produced in some Southern Corsican villages like Sartene.[3]
Sentiment: positive
8 minute read
3 people have read this

Alois Alzheimer

Alois Alzheimer
Added 2 months ago
Summary: Alois Alzheimer
Sentiment: negative
13 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $TISI

Alcohol powder

Added 2 months ago
Summary: Alcohol powder or powdered alcohol or dry alcohol is a product generally made using micro-encapsulation. When reconstituted with water, alcohol (specifically ethanol) in powder form becomes an alcoholic drink. In March 2015 four product labels for specific powdered alcohol products were approved by the United States Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) which opened the doors for legal product sales. However, as of 4 January 2016, the product is not yet available for sale and legalizat
Sentiment: negative
22 minute read
3 people have read this

Gonzalo Guerrero

Gonzalo Guerrero
Added 2 months ago
Sentiment: positive
14 minute read
3 people have read this
Cryptos: $HTA$BLOOD

United States involvement in regime change

Added 2 months ago
Summary: United States involvement in regime change describes United States government participation or interference, both overt and covert, in the replacement of foreign governments. In the latter half of the 19th century, the U.S. government initiated actions for regime change mainly in Latin America and the southwest Pacific, including the Spanish–American and Philippine–American wars. At the onset of the 20th century, the United States shaped or installed governments in many countries around the worl
Sentiment: negative
193 minute read
9 people have read this

Elevator

Elevator
Added 2 months ago
Sentiment: negative
135 minute read
7 people have read this

Ohio nuclear bribery scandal

Added 2 months ago
Summary: The Ohio nuclear bribery scandal is a 2020 political scandal in Ohio involving allegations that FirstEnergy paid roughly $60 million to Generation Now, a 501(c)(4) organization purportedly controlled by Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives Larry Householder, in exchange for passing a $1.3 billion bailout for the struggling nuclear power operator.[1] It was described as "likely the largest bribery, money laundering scheme ever perpetrated against the people of the state of Ohio" by U.S. A
Sentiment: negative
5 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $DNOW

Steven Donziger

Added 2 months ago
Summary: Steven R. Donziger
Sentiment: negative
28 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $BPOP

Illegal number

Illegal number
Added 2 months ago
Sentiment: negative
5 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $FB$DNOW
Cryptos: $WING$UTED

Uyghur genocide

Uyghur genocide
Added 2 months ago
Summary: Detainees in a Xinjiang internment camp listen to "de-radicalization" talks
Sentiment: negative
171 minute read
4 people have read this

Jocelyn Bell Burnell

Jocelyn Bell Burnell
Added 2 months ago
Summary: Dame
Sentiment: positive
15 minute read
3 people have read this

Sueo Ōe

Sueo Ōe
Added 2 months ago
Summary: Sueo Ōe (left) and Shuhei Nishida in 1930
Sentiment: positive
2 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $TISI

Oxford Electric Bell

Oxford Electric Bell
Added 2 months ago
Sentiment: negative
4 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $DNOW
Cryptos: $ENG

BBS door

Added 2 months ago
Summary: A door in a bulletin board system (BBS) is an interface between the BBS software and an external application.[1] The term is also used to refer to the external application, a computer program that runs outside of the main bulletin board program. Sometimes called external programs, doors are the most common way to add games, utilities, and other extensions to BBSes.[2] Because BBSes typically depended on the telephone system, BBSes and door programs tended to be local in nature, unlike modern Int
Sentiment: positive
4 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $BPOP$TILE

List of commercial video games with available source code

Added 2 months ago
Summary: This is a list of commercial video games with available source code. The source code of these commercially developed and distributed video games is available to the public or the games' communities.
12 people have read this

Memoirs of the Twentieth Century

Added 2 months ago
Summary: Publication date
Sentiment: negative
4 minute read
2 people have read this

List of cognitive biases

Added 2 months ago
Summary: Although the reality of most of these biases is confirmed by reproducible research,[2][3] there are often controversies about how to classify these biases or how to explain them.[4] Several theoretical causes are known for some cognitive biases, which provides a classification of biases by their common generative mechanism (such as noisy information-processing[5]). Gerd Gigerenzer has criticized the framing of cognitive biases as errors in judgment, and favors interpreting them as arising from r
2 people have read this

American Service-Members' Protection Act

American Service-Members' Protection Act
Added 2 months ago
Summary: The American Service-Members' Protection Act (ASPA, Title 2 of Pub.L. 107–206 (text) (pdf), H.R. 4775, 116 Stat. 820, enacted August 2, 2002) is a United States federal law that aims "to protect United States military personnel and other elected and appointed officials of the United States government against criminal prosecution by an international criminal court to which the United States is not party." Introduced by U.S. Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC) and U.S. Representative Tom DeLay (R-TX)[1] it
Sentiment: negative
3 minute read
2 people have read this
Cryptos: $SNT$UTED

Hilbert's paradox of the Grand Hotel

Hilbert's paradox of the Grand Hotel
Added 2 months ago
Sentiment: positive
16 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $DNOW

Telautograph

Telautograph
Added 2 months ago
Sentiment: positive
6 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $BPOP
Cryptos: $UTED

Dana Carvey

Dana Carvey
Added 2 months ago
Summary: Carvey in 2009
Sentiment: positive
14 minute read
5 people have read this
Stocks: $NFLX$TISI

Monty Hall problem

Monty Hall problem
Added 2 months ago
Sentiment: positive
65 minute read
2 people have read this

John R. Fox

John R. Fox
Added 2 months ago
Summary: John Robert Fox
Sentiment: positive
10 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $HAS
Cryptos: $UTED$FAME

Disappearance of Natalee Holloway

Disappearance of Natalee Holloway
Added 2 months ago
Summary: Natalee Holloway
Sentiment: negative
77 minute read
3 people have read this

ST3000DM001

ST3000DM001
Added 2 months ago
Sentiment: negative
7 minute read
2 people have read this
Cryptos: $UTED

Theodore Roosevelt Jr.

Theodore Roosevelt Jr.
Added 2 months ago
Summary: This article is about a son of the president of the United States. For the president of the United States himself, see Theodore Roosevelt.
Sentiment: negative
41 minute read
8 people have read this

Merkle tree

Merkle tree
Added 2 months ago
Sentiment: positive
9 minute read
2 people have read this
Stocks: $ROOT

Death of Azaria Chamberlain

Death of Azaria Chamberlain
Added 2 months ago
Summary: Azaria and her mother, Lindy
Sentiment: negative
24 minute read
3 people have read this

Tall poppy syndrome

Added 2 months ago
Summary: The tall poppy syndrome is the cultural phenomenon of jealous people holding back or directly attacking those who are perceived to be better than the norm, "cutting down the tall poppy". It describes a draw towards mediocrity.
Sentiment: positive
5 minute read
6 people have read this
Cryptos: $UTED

Woodstock '94

Woodstock '94
Added 2 months ago
Summary: Woodstock '94 poster design
Sentiment: positive
5 minute read
14 people have read this

Dollar Baby

Added 2 months ago
Summary: The Dollar Baby (or Dollar Deal) is an arrangement where best-selling author Stephen King grants permission to students and aspiring filmmakers or theatre producers to adapt one of his short stories for $1. The term is used to refer to the film or play itself, or the maker (for example, "The Sun Dog" was made as a Dollar Baby, or writer/director Frank Darabont was a Dollar Baby). The production budgets range from a few hundred dollars to over $60,000 (Umney's Last Case) and the film formats ran
Sentiment: positive
15 minute read
2 people have read this

Dane-geld (poem)

Added 2 months ago
Summary: "Dane-geld" is a poem by British writer Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936). It relates to the unwisdom of paying "Danegeld", or what is nowadays called blackmail and protection money. The most famous lines are "once you have paid him the Danegeld/ You never get rid of the Dane."
Sentiment: positive
4 minute read
3 people have read this
Cryptos: $HIVE$BRD$CS

Adamites

Adamites
Added 2 months ago
Sentiment: positive
6 minute read
5 people have read this
Stocks: $VIEW
Cryptos: $NEO$EDN

Mary in Islam

Mary in Islam
Added 2 months ago
Summary: MaryمَرْيَمMaryam
Sentiment: positive
22 minute read
4 people have read this
Stocks: $EGOV$VIEW

Corpus Clock

Corpus Clock
Added 2 months ago
Summary: Coordinates: 52°12.2256′N 0°7.0584′E / 52.2037600°N 0.1176400°E
Sentiment: positive
9 minute read
3 people have read this
Stocks: $BPOP$VIEW
Cryptos: $ZER$UTED

Frances Perkins

Frances Perkins
Added 2 months ago
Summary: Frances Perkins
Sentiment: positive
23 minute read
4 people have read this
Stocks: $BPOP$DNOW