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What is health care’s future

Darren is the chief executive at Apixio. Despite spending more than $3 trillion a year on health care in the U.S., we do not yet have a way to easily access your complete medical history. The average hospital reinvests in ...

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You can now donate things on Facebook

Facebook has introduced new features today that will make it easier for nonprofit organizations to raise funds for specific causes and receive general donations. The feature, devoted to specific causes, works by allowing nonprofit organizations to raise funds through dedicated Pages ...

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AdReplacer switches ‘obnoxious ads’ with human-curated links

Although most ad blocking tools primarily focus on hiding advertisements from websites you navigate to, that’s not all they’re capable of. Earlier this week serial entrepreneur Jason Calacanis released a Google Chrome extension that targets the sponsored content recommendations from Taboola ...

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two-thirds of AOL‘s audience now comes from mobile

Media and advertising giant AOL is now seeing most of its audience — about two-thirds — coming from mobile devices, the company has shared with Gigaom. That’s up from about half its audience coming from mobile in January 2015. Verizon-owned AOL has a large ...

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Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen

With over a dozen books, and multiple Hugo, Locus, and Nebula awards to its credit, Lois McMaster Bujold’s Vorkosigan Saga is one of the most successful series of science fiction adventure books. A series like this can be a bit ...

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Ringly review

I come neither to praise Ringly, or to bury it. But I think the little crowdfunded darling demonstrates why innovation has stalled — and will continue to, as long as it continues to be choked and controlled by proprietary name ...

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How does 3D printing work?

3D printing is taking the world by storm — a bit. It’s not quite the in-home Diamond Agefantasy that was prophesied, but rapid 3D printing does currently underlie some of the incredibly efficient industrial processes we now enjoy. It’s not ...

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