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Greetings! Experts are working to predict when old technology will have a comeback by studying the cy
Greetings!
Experts are working to predict when old technology will have a comeback by studying the cycles of innovation and obsolescence. Time to dust off your Atanasoff–Berry computer.
Speaking of innovation, Microsoft today announced updates to its Surface line of laptops and tablets, which first launched seven years ago. It includes the Neo, a folding tablet with two rearrangeable screens; Windows 10 X, an operating system for dual-screen devices; and Earbuds, Microsoft’s answer to AirPods.
Today is also Instagram’s global rollout of “Restrict,“ essentially a shadow banning tool that allows users to block bullies without the bullies knowing they’ve been blocked.
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Why delivery people might hate you
Several delivery services offer the ability to change or remove a tip that’s already been set in the app. That’s because some customers might have sticker shock after seeing what their totals are after fees and other add-ons at the end of their orders. Low-paid gig workers who depend on tips aren’t happy.
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Why I hate living in my tiny house
While the world remains in love with tiny houses, Fast Company staff writer Adele Peters is so over them. She lives in a 240-squarefeet space, roughly the size of one and a half parking spaces, so she knows of what she speaks.
[Photo: Adele Peters]
[Photo: Adele Peters]
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