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    Report Study shows that listening to music everyday improves mental health

    Does anyone have playlist suggestions for each category?
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    Technology Paris is testing 'noise radar' that will automatically ticket loud cars

    Hopefully they work on the bikes that sound like lawnmowers
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    Politics United Nations to hold crucial meet on Hong Kong protests

    Pepper spray is unethical? I wonder when the UN will set it's foot down about that in the U.S.
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    Science A Child’s Puzzle Helped Uncover How Magnets Really Work

    What the heck does the puzzle actually look like (physically)?
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    Gaming Games Launched After January 1, 2019 Must Be Accessible for Disabilities Under CVAA Legislation

    seems like a library is needed & then everyone can just use that, text chats between games aren't really all that different.. and it's text information - maybe an API, but id be curious to see an example of what "passes" vs what "fails"
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    Gaming Games Launched After January 1, 2019 Must Be Accessible for Disabilities Under CVAA Legislation

    Err.. does that mean text-to-speech has to be implemented, or just that you need to memorize the keyboard layout such that you don't need to look at the keys/screen while typing?
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    Gaming Games Launched After January 1, 2019 Must Be Accessible for Disabilities Under CVAA Legislation

    Not sure of too many games that do video chat, voice chat can easily be done by 3rd party apps - what exactly does text chat need to have in order to be "compliant"? i.e. are there any games which are compliant right now?
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    the right to repair: the fight against monopolization of the repair industry

    I'm all for repairing stuff (or atleast making a more informed decision as far as if it's worth repairing) rather than default to replace everything instead - it's just not good from a waste point of view if nothing else - that said I wouldn't expect the OEM to continue any warranty it has (on...
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    Technology Chrome is turning into the new Internet Explorer 6

    I still mostly use firefox, it's add-ons are freindlier than chrome's where you need an account, can't side-load easily, don't get as good adblockers / video downloaders / etc.
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    World Japan: Apology after Japanese train departs 20 seconds early

    Err.. did anyone actually miss the train?
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    What's that word when you ...?

    omission? also don't rely on common sense, be as explicit as possible (especially for buisness transactions, i.e. buying a laptop, and also when talking with someone who you don't know, i.e. a freind who knows your habbits and understand what you mean even if you don't say it)
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    US News With nothing left to sell, RadioShack is selling itself to people

    Isn't "Selling itself to people" what companies do when they enter the stock market?
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    Sci/Tech Scientists are closer to understanding why fantasies about the future predict depressive symptoms

    So.. in other words, for the general long-term well-being of a population, lotteries shouldn't exist anymore?
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    Report The Myth That Humans Have a Poor Sense of Smell, Debunked

    So.. can people be trained to smell out cancer?
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