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Apple removing the iPhone 12 power adapter wouldn’t be courageous. It’s just mean

A new rumor says that the iPhone 12 won't include a power adapter in the box and that's not cool. Jason Cross/IDG Today's Best Tech Deals Picked by Macworld's Editors Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect's Editors A new iPhone rumor made the rounds this weekend, and it wasn’t about the notch or…

How Removing Public Monuments Works

Advertisement In Richmond, Virginia, in June 2020, during protests against police brutality and racism, demonstrators spray-painted the base of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee with epithets and slogans like "Black Lives Matter", "Blood On Your Hands" and "Stop White Supremacy." These were sparked by the May 2020, death of George Floyd while…

Apple removing the iPhone 12 power adapter wouldn’t be courageous. It’s just mean

A new rumor says that the iPhone 12 won't include a power adapter in the box and that's not cool. Jason Cross/IDG Today's Best Tech Deals Picked by PCWorld's Editors Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect's Editors A new iPhone rumor made the rounds this weekend, and it wasn’t about the notch or…

Redskins eliminating ex-owner George Preston Marshall from Ring of Popularity

The Washington Redskins are removing former owner George Preston Marshall from their Ring of Fame and they are getting rid of everything associated with him from their website.The reason why the franchise is cutting ties with its racist founder is because he refused to integrate by signing black players until the league forced him to…

Getting rid of Intel i5-10400 Power Limitations on H470 vs. AMD Ryzen 5 3600 (ft. ASUS APE)

Intel's i5-10400 2666MHz memory limitations are in fact present on B460 & H470 motherboards, but so is ASUS APE, which is supposed to help performance. This benchmarks that.Guarantee you get a GN wireframe mouse mat next run: https://store.gamersnexus.net/product... (back-ordering now will get you on the guaranteed list this coming run)The best way to support our…

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The Contagion Detective

The COVID-19 pandemic was some epidemiologist’s nightmare when Adam Kucharski was writing Rules of Contagion. Released this week, the book, which includes brief mentions of the encroaching COVID-19 storm, draws on ideas from “outbreak science” to illuminate how and why viruses spread. Information from biology, Kucharski expertly demonstrates, has helped scientists understand how misinformation rages…

The Damage We’re Not Attending To

World War II bomber planes returned from their missions riddled with bullet holes. The first response was, not surprisingly, to add armor to those areas most heavily damaged. However, the statistician Abraham Wald made what seemed like the counterintuitive recommendation to add armor to those parts with no damage. Wald had uniquely understood that the…

The Important Things We Can’t Manage Are Gorgeous

Poker players like to brag they win with luck not skill. So do investment bankers. Scientists. And writers. Skill, we insist, is our ticket to success. Who can blame us? It’s a useful delusion to bank our identity on skill, says Maria Konnikova. We can’t stand trembling in the chaos. We need some way to…

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Op-Ed: Should We Save Everyone From COVID?

ZDoggMD asks for some perspective on COVID-19 and the culture of "safetyism." Below is a transcript of his remarks on the video: Hey, everyone, Dr. Z. I came to say something really controversial here. We shouldn't try to save everyone from COVID-19. Why is that controversial? Because we have, over years, developed a culture of…

Image-Guidance Connected to Improved Resection in Recurrent CRC

Compared with historical controls, use of image-guidance during surgery led to improved rates of complete resection in locally advanced rectal cancer patients with recurrent disease, a single-center Dutch study found. Among patients with recurrent cancers, 78.9% achieved complete R0 resections when surgeons used an image-guided navigation system, as compared to a historical rate of 48.8%…

End of the Road for Endometrial Scratch in IVF?

Endometrial scratch did not improve first-time success with in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) in a randomized, unblinded trial. Patients who received endometrial scratching -- in which the uterine lining is wounded slightly to facilitate embryo implantation -- had live birth rates comparable to patients who received routine care (38.4% v.s 37.1%,…