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  • Breaking Test Post With Feature Image

    Progressively embrace dynamic synergy without tactical web services. Monotonectally morph B2C synergy through functionalized intellectual capital. Professionally.

  • 19 Faces You'll Recognize If You've Had Explosive Diarrhea On A Date

    We’ve all been there. The point of no return: You have diarrhea on a date.

  • 10 Music Videos Exploring Mental Health Really Well

    People relate to different things in a song, whether it's a super catchy tune, bass-heavy beats or a great riff, there's usually a different part that appeals for everyone. However, one thing that unites everyone is a relatable lyric. These videos all have that one thing in common and are helping break the stigma around mental health.

  • The Worst First Date

    One of the many examples of my bad first date experiences...

  • Too Much Sauce Feat North Carolina Tar Heels Great Jason Capel

    Former North Carolina Tar Heels Great Jason Capel joins Wes Got Range from Seoul Food Meat Co. to talk what else? COLLEGE BASKETBALL! Cape gives the lowdown on what made him decide to attend one of college basketballs hallowed grounds, The University of North Carolina! The fellas then talk about perhaps the greatest rivalry in college basketball history, Duke and North Carolina. Cape breaks down the magnitude of the rivalry in addition to his favorite moment, which you do not want to miss! Pork belly, BBQ pulled pork, chicken wings and more are on the menu as the fellas chow down at one of Charlotte North Carolina's hottest new restaurants, Seoul Food Meat Co. Wes and Jason then let you in on who they think will be cutting down the nets this year in Phoenix, Arizona. Will it be the Tar Heels collecting another championship ring? It's Wes Got Range Episode 12 and as always...#EATITUP! Facebook - Wes Got Range Twitter - @WesGotRange

  • Well Designed Websites Allow A Businessman To Target The Customers And Achieve Beneficial Result

    Attracting clients for the business is indeed a continuous task for any kind of business. The growing competition in this competitive world is indeed constant and is growing intense day by day, with the production and release of different new software and hardware technology. It is quite significant to have a proper presence in all the major forums to attract the attention of the customers and get considered for a particular job. Here are some of the factors, which should be taken into consideration to increase the number of clients for a business.

  • Which IV Department Do You Belong In??

    This will dictate the rest of your future probably.

  • Find The Beauty Box That Will Change Your Life!

    There are so many different beauty boxes available and so many different options. How do you know which one to pick? Take this quiz to find out which beauty box fits your life and style!

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    Wassup

  • What If Cats Were Invisible?

    All cat servants would look a little foolish! :)

  • How To Make Your Dorm Room Less Depressing!

    We've all been there, we buy a couple posters and think, "Wow, I'm the queen of home decor," but when those posters actually go up, they cover a little under 1/4th of the wall and your dreams of having your own HGTV show are crushed before your eyes. Well, don't give up yet! With a few of these tips, your room can go from trash to class!

  • Which Hill Church Leader Are You?

    Get to know the deacons at The Hill!

  • Someone Made A Donald Trump Dildo Game Because Of Course They Did

    Comrade Drumpf’s Epic Dildo Smackdown is a thing now, complete with “Steve Bannon, the fascist scrotum slug”

  • Surveillance The Hidden Ways You’re Tracked

    Do you have secrets? Security expert Bruce Schneier has little patience for those who say they don't. When asked about government and corporate surveillance, there are some who shrug their shoulders and say they have nothing to fear because they have nothing to hide. Schneier's response? "I ask them their salary and they won't tell me. I ask them about their sexual fantasy world and they won't tell me. The whole 'I have nothing to hide' thing is stupid, that's a dumb comment," he says. What's more, your day-to-day behaviour is monitored in ways you wouldn't even realise, so these details and many more could be open for all to see – and use against you. And that's a problem, even if you happen to trust your government to use the data for good. Schneier, who spoke at BBC Future's World-Changing Ideas Summit on 21 October (see video, above), helped journalist Glenn Greenwald analyse Edward Snowden's leaked documents from the National Security Agency. The controversy was recently documented in the film Citizenfour, and consciously or not, Schneier's sentiments echo Snowden's own words in an early email to the film's director Laura Poitras: "Every cell phone tower you pass, friend you keep, article you write, site you visit, subject line you type, and packet you route, is in the hands of a system whose reach is unlimited but whose safeguards are not." Indeed, pretty much everything you do can be tracked now, says Schneier. "Everything involves a computer. You know that your Kindle tracks how fast you read, right? Everything you do online, everything you do on your phone, everything you do that involves any kind of payment system." As an example, Schneier told the World-Changing Ideas Summit that things as simple as taxi passenger and fare data could be easily de-anonymised once combined with location data, as the data analytics firm Neustar showed recently. Visit a strip club, for instance, and it'd no longer be private. In general, assume your movements are being watched. It's a fact already made glaringly obvious in London, when the local transport authority's public bicycle data was unwittingly made public. Individual commuters' journeys were easily chalked up on Google maps. Sophisticated smartphone applications are now capable of building up detailed pictures not just of our location, but the context of our environment. In a recent paper, researchers provided the example of an app called CarSafewhich is able to learn the driving habits of users by interpreting data from the two cameras on modern smartphones. Schneier also pointed out at the summit that many of the mobile phone towers in your vicinitymay not have been set up by your network provider, but governments – both domestic and foreign – who want to find out who's walking by and what they're up to. The secretive nature of these masts makes it difficult to know how they are used, he says. "The British government will not even acknowledge that they use them. We know they do, but they won't even acknowledge that. The FBI does acknowledge that they use them, but is very secretive about how," he explains. "Someone found that there are 80-100 of these in Washington DCnot run by the US government. We don't know who's running them." Public wi-fi raises yet more issues, since routers that pick up your mobile phone signal are now able to triangulate your position accurately enough to tell which aisle you're in at the supermarket. If the "MAC address" of your device – a unique identification code for your device visible to a network – can be matched to you then whoever has that data might know very intricate details of where you, personally, have spent your time. "If the government said you have to have a tracking device, for certain you would rebel," notes Schneier. "But the government doesn't have to say that because you do it willingly and they just get a copy of the data." And so might anyone else. The same vulnerabilities exploited by intelligence agencies could be similarly exploited by corporations, insurance firms, health providers, or even malicious hackers, criminals or terrorists – the very people surveillance is supposed to target. "We need to choose between security and surveillance," Schneier told the summit audience. It's just not possible to build electronic devices that keep data secret from everybody except, say, government officials trying to track the movements of terrorists. "Everybody gets to spy or nobody gets to spy." https://www.schneier.com/talks/archives/2014/10/surveillance_the_hid.html

  • Build A Calzone And Then No Matter What We'll Tell You That This Event Is Big

    There's no way to find out that this is a Big event unless you make a damn calzone.

  • Top 10 Most Delicious Foods To Try Abroad

    Curious to know what Waterloo students are eating abroad? Here are the top ten most delicious dishes and delicacies they have tried.

  • Driven, Motivated, And Unstoppable

    Personalize your passion and vision

  • The Stages One Experiences On A Wednesday Morning From 9-12

    Welcome to my living hell called Counseling Systems and Interventions

  • 6 True Crime Podcasts That Will Get You Hooked

    Everyone has heard of Serial (if you haven’t, go listen to it ASAP), but the hit podcast’s craze has inspired a wave of true crime shows that are just as good, if not better.

  • "I Love You Robot" - ENHANCED

    I made a small update to the most adorable video ever. Original cuteness intact.

  • 5 Team Building Activities in Leeds

    Tired of doing the same old team building activities? Is building a 'structure' out of paper and trying to balance a Terry's chocolate orange on top of it getting a bit monotonous? Look no further, we have compiled a list of the best 5 team building activities in and around Leeds!

  • Letter B Song - English Alphabet Abc Super Simple Song For Kids, Children And Beginners

    Letter b #song - #EnglishAlphabet #abc super simple #song for #kids, #children and #beginners https://youtu.be/qKCGacDHpEM #Song about #LetterB is very simple, that's why it is for #beginners, #kids and all #children.

  • Watch Rihanna's Cameo & Shower Scene From A&E's "Bates Motel"

    Watch Rihanna's shower scene from Monday night's "Bates Motel" episode. In case you missed it, Rihanna wrapped up her two-episode cameo in this season of Bates Motel on A&E last night where she played the role as Marion Crane, the woman who's infamously slashed to death while in the shower of the original Psycho movie. Although she doesn't get stabbed like in the movie, she does partake in the shower scene with Norman Bates watching her through the peep hole. But rather getting stabbed, Rih-Rih walks out scratch free and says “screw this shit,” before going to find her boyfriend. Later on, after finding out that her boyfriend has been cheating on her, Rihanna takes off with some stolen money and leaves him to get stabbed to death instead in the shower, flipping the script of the movie a little bit. Rihanna shower scene wasn’t her first appearances in Bates Motel however. Last week, Rih-Rih partook in a sex scene after stealing $400K from her boss, which you can peep for yourself

  • 15 Fantastic, Clearly-Explained Hula Hoop Tutorials To Improve Your Flow

    Remember that trick you’ve been trying forever, but can’t seem to get? You can learn it in 10 minutes.

  • Nicki Minaj Signs Modeling Contract With Wilhelmina

    Nicki Minaj is taking her talents in front of the lens. No stranger to the fashion world, it appears Nicki Minaj has signed a new modeling contract with Wilhelmina International, Inc. Vogue reports. The 34-year old “No Frauds” rapper will join the likes of Nick Jonas, Demi Lovato, and Shawn Mendes on their roster. “I love the synergy between my music and how it inspires my fashion. My message is always celebrating your own style,” Nicki says. “I’m thrilled and honored to have signed with Wilhelmina. They get me.” The news comes shortly after Nicki reached another career milestone last week, surpassing Aretha Franklin with the most hot 100 singles by a female artist.

  • Hey Ms. D, Take This Quiz And We'll Tell You Who Your Favourite Advisee Is

    Answer this lil quiz, to find your fave advisee, refrigerator

  • 15 Times Shameless Described Life In College

    Everyone can relate to Sheila in #13