Friday, July 31, 2015

Don't Go Licking Donuts

Going Viral Feels Incredible And Other Facts, Inside The Mysterious 'Death' Of Taliban Leader Mullah Omar, A Perfect Parody Of Bullshit 'Artisanal' Products, John Hughes' Original National Lampoon Vacation Story That Started The Movie Franchise, What Do Digg Editors Do All Day?, The Age Of The Hyper-Scandal
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Friday, July 31, 2015
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WHAT WE LEARNED THIS WEEK
Going Viral Feels Incredible And Other Facts
digg.com
This week we learned that viral content gets you high, "TFW" started in Southern California and we have yet to create the perfect strawberry.
RUMOR HAS IT
Inside The Mysterious 'Death' Of Taliban Leader Mullah Omar
newsweek.com
Just before the end of Ramadan this year, I received an unexpected call from one of Mullah Mohammed Omar's longtime family friends. He had just learned a secret held by only a tiny circle of Omar's most trusted associates: The supreme leader of the Afghan Taliban was dead.
BESPOKE WATER MAKERS
A Perfect Parody Of Bullshit 'Artisanal' Products
digg.com
Mmm, taste that locally-sourced Gowanus silt.
VACATION, ALL HE EVER WANTED
John Hughes' Original National Lampoon Vacation Story That Started The Movie Franchise
hollywoodreporter.com
In 1979, National Lampoon magazine published the future director's fictitious tale of a family trip gone horribly awry. THR reprints the tale that launched an iconic movie series.
THE LIFE OF A LINK
What Do Digg Editors Do All Day?
blog.digg.com
How do we find all that sweet, sweet Internet content? And how the heck does it get on the front page? All is revealed in this humble blog post.
DON'T GO LICKING DONUTS
The Age Of The Hyper-Scandal
billboard.com
Why pop stars like Ariana Grande can't seem to escape the trap.
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LIKE LOOKING INTO A MIRREN
Image: ​British actress Helen Mirren looks at one of three wax figures of herself, made in celebration of her recent 70th birthday, at Madame Tussauds in central London, Thursday, July 30, 2015.
​British actress Helen Mirren looks at one of three wax figures of herself, made in celebration of her recent 70th birthday, at Madame Tussauds in central London, Thursday, July 30, 2015. Credit: Joel Ryan/Invision/AP
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Thursday, July 30, 2015

What Am I Supposed To Do With These Horses?

How A Small-Time Drug Dealer Rescued Dozens During Katrina, The Best Articles Of The Week, Summarized, How to Stop Worrying and Love Your Finances, The US Wants To Build The World's Fastest Supercomputer, The Early Reviews For Windows 10 Are In (And They're Pretty Good!), A Super Tall, Super Thin Tower Built Just To Test Elevators
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Thursday, July 30, 2015
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'IT AIN'T THE POLICE WHO WAS HELPING US'
How A Small-Time Drug Dealer Rescued Dozens During Katrina
buzzfeed.com
To the cops, Jabbar Gibson was just a low-level drug pusher. But to the residents of a New Orleans public housing complex, he's the man who rescued them from Hurricane Katrina when no one else would.
THE LONG-READER'S DIGEST
The Best Articles Of The Week, Summarized
digg.com
​​In this week's edition of the Long-Reader's Digest: How do you tell if someone is a domestic terrorist? Also, the United States' dangerously broken immigrant worker system and a comic book criminal.
UPGRADE YOUR FINANCES SPONSORED
How to Stop Worrying and Love Your Finances
simple.com
Say hello to banking with beautiful, built-in budgeting and saving tools that are easy enough for anyone. With Simple, personal finance starts feeling effortless, even fun.
HOPEFULLY IT WON'T BE A FLOP
The US Wants To Build The World's Fastest Supercomputer
wired.com
President Barack Obama has signed an executive order authorizing the creation of new supercomputing research initiative called the National Strategic Computing Initiative, or NSCI. Its goal: pave the for the first exaflop supercomputer — something that's about 30 times faster than today's fastest machines.
BUT THEY AREN'T PERFECT TENS
The Early Reviews For Windows 10 Are In (And They're Pretty Good!)
digg.com
Windows 10 dropped yesterday — should you put it on (in?) your computer?
WHAT GOES UP, MUST BE TESTED
A Super Tall, Super Thin Tower Built Just To Test Elevators
gizmodo.com
How do you design a new type of elevator without installing it in an existing building? It's a chicken/egg question that engineers have long struggled with — even using abandoned mine shafts to test new technology.
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HORSES DON'T GET HELMETS
Image: A plains clothes police officer holds on to a couple of horses while wearing the helmet of one of the riders, while Peru's President Ollanta Humala delivered his last State of the Nation address during Independence Day celebrations, in Lima, Peru, Tuesday, July 28, 2015. Both riders, member of the Hussars of Junin Regiment handed over the reigns of their chargers in order to take a bathroom break.
A plains clothes police officer holds on to a couple of horses while wearing the helmet of one of the riders, while Peru's President Ollanta Humala delivered his last State of the Nation address during Independence Day celebrations, in Lima, Peru, Tuesday, July 28, 2015. Both riders, member of the Hussars of Junin Regiment handed over the reigns of their chargers in order to take a bathroom break. Credit: AP Photo/Martin Mejia
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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

call for papers

African Journal of Food Science and Technology

interesjournals.net/ajfst

 

 

African Journal of Food Science and Technology (AJFST) (ISSN:2141-5455) 

 

 

Dear Colleague

 

I  am pleased to announce to you that the July  issue of African Journal of Food Science and Technology is out. You can view it at:

 

http://interesjournals.net/ajfst/july-2015-vol-6-issue-4

 

 

Kindly support this journal by submitting your manuscripts to us. Kindly watch out for our August  Issue that will be out soon.

 

The African Journal of Food Science and Technology (AJFST) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal published monthly by International Research Journals (www.interesjournals.net).

 

African Journal of Food Science and Technology publishes original research papers and reviews and aims to provide a forum for the rapid dissemination of significant novel research in the various disciplines encompassing the science and technology of food. Topics covered by the journal include: materials science of foods,microbiology,chemistry and analysis process engineering,food physics ,food safety,food quality,sensory studies,effects on nutritional properties etc.Other highlights of the journal include review articles, research articles on emerging technologies, short communications, Letters to the  Editor

 

Call for Research articles

 

African Journal of Food Science and Technology will cover all areas of research in the various disciplines encompassing the science and technology of food.  Topics covered by the journal include: materials science of foods, microbiology, chemistry and analysis process engineering, food physics,food safety, food quality, sensory studies, effects on nutritional properties etc. The journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that meets the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence, and will publish:

 

Review articles, research articles on emerging technologies, short communications, Letters to the Editor

 

We invite you to submit your manuscript(s) to:ajfst.publications@gmail.com for publication in the African Journal of Food Science and Technology. Our objective is to inform authors of the decision on their manuscript(s) within four weeks of submission. Following acceptance, a paper will normally be published in the next issue. Instruction for authors and other details are available on our

website; http://www.interesjournals.net/AJFST/Guide to Authors.htm

 

AJFST is an Open Access Journal 

 

One key request of researchers across the world is unrestricted access to research publications. Open access gives a worldwide audience larger than that of any subscription-based journal and thus increases the visibility and impact of published work. It also enhances indexing, retrieval power and eliminates the need for permissions to reproduce and distribute content. AJFST is fully committed to the Open Access Idea and will provide free access to all articles as soon as they are published.

 

Best regards,

 

Ame Obobaifo

Editorial Assistant,      

African Journal of Food Science and Technology (AJFST)

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The Kings Under The Mountain

The Physicists' War, Sexy Congress And Other Boehner-fide Political Content From This Week, An App That Saves Money For You? Yes, Please., Salvador Dalí's Rare, Erotic Vintage Cookbook, The Death Of Patient Zero, WATCH: A Rare Look Inside Iron Mountain, Home To America's Most Priceless Artifacts
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Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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FROM BLACKBOARDS TO BOMBS
The Physicists' War
nature.com
The detonation of nuclear weapons over cities cemented the association of the Second World War as "the physicists' war." Yet the term had been coined long before August 1945, and originally it had nothing to do with bombs or radar. Rather, the physicists' war had referred to an urgent, ambitious training mission: to teach elementary physics to as many enlisted men as possible.
THE ENTHUSIASM GAP
Sexy Congress And Other Boehner-fide Political Content From This Week
digg.com
This week in the Enthusiasm Gap: Obama says Guantana-no, Congress is on a highway to hell and Trumpy gets grumpy.
SAVINGS WE DIGG SPONSORED
An App That Saves Money For You? Yes, Please.
digit.co
Meet Digit. Digit knows that saving money can be a hassle, so it does it for you (it's very smart).
DREAMING OF POMEGRANATES
Salvador Dalí's Rare, Erotic Vintage Cookbook
brainpickings.org
"When I was six years old," Salvador Dalí once professed, "I wanted to be a cook." But it wasn't until his late sixties that he channeled his childhood fantasy into Les Diners de Gala — a lavishly illustrated cookbook, originally published in 1973 and featuring Dalí's intensely erotic etchings and paintings.
THE ONE AND ONLY
The Death Of Patient Zero
esquire.com
Personalized medicine — or, as President Obama calls it, precision medicine — may indeed one day deliver routine medical miracles. But for Stephanie Lee, the only miracles were the human and ancient kind.
THE KINGS UNDER THE MOUNTAIN
WATCH: A Rare Look Inside Iron Mountain, Home To America's Most Priceless Artifacts
digg.com
Hidden away in the hills of rural Butler Pennsylvania, Iron Mountain houses some of America's most amazing, priceless treasures.
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NOTHING LIKE ICE AND VEGETABLE CAKE
Image: Giant panda Jia Jia eats bamboo next to her birthday cake made with ice and vegetables at Ocean Park in Hong Kong, Tuesday, July 28, 2015 as she celebrates her 37-year-old birthday. Jia Jia broke the Guinness World Records title for
Giant panda Jia Jia eats bamboo next to her birthday cake made with ice and vegetables at Ocean Park in Hong Kong, Tuesday, July 28, 2015 as she celebrates her 37-year-old birthday. Jia Jia broke the Guinness World Records title for "Oldest Panda Living in Captivity" on Tuesday. Credit: AP Photo/Kin Cheung
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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Bang Bang

How Many Gun Stores Are There In Cities Around The World?, A Late Twist In The Legal Effort To Free The 'Happy Birthday' Song From Copyright, Digg Uses Slack At Work. You Should Too., WATCH: Whatever Is Happening In This Video Should Be A Crime, Uber's Phantom Cabs, Scientists Made A Compound That Mimics Exercise
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Tuesday, July 28, 2015
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WHERE NOT TO STAND DOWNRANGE
How Many Gun Stores Are There In Cities Around The World?
hopesandfears.com
Hopes & Fears look at the availability of legal gun stores and firearms dealers in various cities around the world, and consider the firearms economy's relationship to gun laws and policies, safety and crime statistics, illegal trading, and community activism.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ALL OF US
A Late Twist In The Legal Effort To Free The 'Happy Birthday' Song From Copyright
hollywoodreporter.com
The "proverbial smoking gun," as the plaintiffs put it to a California judge, is a book of children's songs that comes straight out of Warner/Chappell's digital library.
JOBS WE DIGG SPONSORED
Digg Uses Slack At Work. You Should Too.
slackatwork.com
Working at a company that uses Slack is usually more fun than working at one that doesn't. Oh and by the way, here are some companies that use Slack and happen to be hiring.
DON'T COOK RAW FISH WITH AN IRON
WATCH: Whatever Is Happening In This Video Should Be A Crime
digg.com
No thanks, we're not hungry. And we probably won't be ever again.
GHOST RIDER
Uber's Phantom Cabs
motherboard.vice.com
When Heather*, a driver who has been working for Uber for about eight months, opened up the passenger app a few weeks ago from her residence, she noticed something peculiar. The app's map showed four drivers on the streets immediately by her pick-up location. Yet, the estimated wait time for the closest car was 17 minutes, and there were no other drivers in sight.
*TAKES ENTIRE BOTTLE, BECOMES THE HULK*
Scientists Made A Compound That Mimics Exercise
washingtonpost.com
Ever fantasize of being able to see the benefits of exercise without having to, you know, work out? If so, research from Britain's University of Southampton published this week gives a glimpse of what may be possible in the future.
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REMEMBERING THE FALLEN
Image: Students participate in a mass dance in front of a mural of the late North Korean leader Kim Il Sung delivering a speech, Monday, July 27, 2015, in Pyongyang, North Korea as part of celebrations for the 62nd anniversary of the armistice that ended the Korean War.
Students participate in a mass dance in front of a mural of the late North Korean leader Kim Il Sung delivering a speech, Monday, July 27, 2015, in Pyongyang, North Korea as part of celebrations for the 62nd anniversary of the armistice that ended the Korean War. Credit: AP Photo/Wong Maye-E
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