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VÍDEO – Fábio Porchat faz reflexão sobre seus privilégios: ‘é difícil eu entender, foi um processo’

Hits: 19 (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = ‘https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v3.2’; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);}(document, ‘script’, ‘facebook-jssdk’)); Homens, vocês já fizeram uma reflexão sobre seus privilégios? Homens, vocês já fizeram uma reflexão sobre seus privilégios? Posted by Mídia Ninja on …

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California’s Deadly Wildfires: The Worst Is Yet to Come

Hits: 0 “Right now, families are in mourning, thousands have lost homes, and a quarter-million Americans have been forced to flee,” said Brian Rice, the president of the California Professional Firefighters. He was responding to comments from President Donald Trump, who threatened to withhold disaster relief for the state due …

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11 Best Google Speakers, Ranked by Price (Holiday 2018)

Hits: 0 It’s no secret that Amazon started the smart voice-enabled speaker movement with its Echo speaker. Being Google’s first voice speaker, the Home shares a lot of its DNA with the Echo (7/10, WIRED Review). It’s a similarly-sized pudgy little cylinder of a speaker, with audio that will neither …

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Nadler Calls Acting Attorney General Whitaker a ‘Lackey’

Hits: 4 Newly empowered congressional Democrats are gearing up for their first battle with the Trump administration over the acting attorney general appointed after the president fired Jeff Sessions, demanding he follow Sessions’s example and recuse himself from overseeing the special counsel’s Russia investigation. Congressman Jerry Nadler of New York, …

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Tesla’s Booming Model 3 Sales and More Car News This Week

Hits: 3 We spend a lot of time talking to researchers here at WIRED Transport. Those are the gals and guys filling the spreadsheets, tapping out the algorithms, and splaying in fear as they ride yet another roller coaster for science. This week, we spoke to engineers and developers who …

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More Trump Drama in France as Macron Rebukes ‘America First’

Hits: 2 The vanishing act was classic Trump—dominating the news cycle, insulting and upstaging his hosts, to say nothing of U.S. soldiers and veterans. In the United States, Twitter blew up with anger at the president, and there was much chatter about how conservative media would have responded if a …

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Rede Globo processa cantor Arlindo Cruz

Hits: 7 Arlindo Cruz (Foto: Divulgação) Afastado do trabalho após passar por problemas de saúde, o sambista Arlindo Cruz enfrenta problemas financeiros. De acordo com informações do jornalista Leo Dias, do jornal O Dia, a TV Globo acionou a Justiça contra a produtora ‘Lado A, Lado B’, que pertence a Arlindo e …

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Why Ratings and Feedback Forms Don’t Work

Hits: 0 Read: The thing to understand about the word ‘cyber’ Positive feedback, by contrast, causes the system to keep going, unchecked. Like a thermostat that registers the room as too warm and cranks up the furnace, it’s generally meant to be avoided. But today’s understanding of feedback has reversed …

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How to Safely and Securely Dispose of Your Old Gadgets

Hits: 3 There comes a period of time in every beloved gadget’s life—some more prolonged than others—when you need to think about replacing the electronic device that’s given you so much loyal service, whether it’s a smartphone, a laptop, a digital camera, or anything in between. Aside from the fun …

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David Hockney’s Likely Record-Setting Christie’s Auction

Hits: 0 So, okay—the painting is important. As is its creator, all the more so since his recently concluded Tate-Pompidou-Met blockbuster retrospective. But what about that predicted price? For starters, it should be noted that when it comes to assigning a fair and just monetary value to a work of …

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