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Thursday, May 5, 2016

It's Official: The FDA Now Regulates Vaping | Motherboard

It's Official: The FDA Now Regulates Vaping | Motherboard



The new rules mark a monumental jolt to the vaping industry. While regulation was inevitable—and actually is welcome by most of the industry—some of the rules may be too strict for many start-up vape companies to survive.




Wednesday, May 4, 2016

“It’s not hard to start with OneNote – just jump in.” – Jeff Kash, USA | Daily Edventures

“It’s not hard to start with OneNote – just jump in.” – Jeff Kash, USA | Daily EdventuresDuring last month’s Hack the Classroom event, we learned a lot about the latest trends in engaging students – including codingMinecraft and making. But sometimes, transformation is less about teaching new things, and more about teaching in new ways.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Lalo Dagach on Twitter: "This gif sums it all up. #SJWs https://t.co/kFFPbORh0O"

Lalo Dagach on Twitter: "This gif sums it all up. #SJWs https://t.co/kFFPbORh0O"

One In Five US Families No One Has A Job | The Daily Caller

One In Five US Families No One Has A Job | The Daily Caller



Newly released government data reveals that in a fifth of U.S. families, not a single person has a job.
The Washington Free Beacon reports that in 19.7 percent of American families, no one is employed, based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics released Friday. That’s 16 million families where no one has a job.


Espresso or expresso? The x spelling actually has considerable historical precedent

Espresso or expresso? The x spelling actually has considerable historical precedent



But as I say the consensus is "apparent," and there is a robust counternarrative. Contrarians have pointed out that expresso is the norm in France, Portugal, and Spain. Admittedly the art of making the drink was invented and perfected in Italy, so it’s understandable that the terms used in that country should get favored-nation status. But Italian corrupted the Latin root, which has … wait for it … an x.
Furthermore, we are not in Italy but America, and terminology changes when it crosses oceans. Who among us has not, when ordering a single cookie, asked for "a biscotti"? Even first-generation Italian-Americans embraced the variant, according to someone who demurred from an expresso-hating conversation on Serious Eats: 
"My grandfather who came from around Trieste always said expresso; so did all the Sicilian and Neopolitan relatives in the family my aunt married into. It was also how it was pronounced around Arthur Avenue, a few blocks from where I grew up in the Bronx in the unpretentious 50s and 60s."


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