WIRED25 Day 3: Look at Problems in a New Way

Conversations on the final day of this year’s WIRED25 event revolved around the existential mess that has characterized 2020: Covid-19, election integrity, California wildfires. But the experts who came together to share their insights into these problems, and the work they have been doing to confront them, also communicated a sense of genuine optimism. National […]

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Disney+ introduces GroupWatch for remote watch together parties

There were probably some fans who were planning a Mandalorian viewing party complete with costumes and Star Wars-inspired food the minute Disney announced there was a second season. But then the pandemic hit and all physical viewing parties had to be set aside temporarily. Well the second season of the first Disney+ original series is […]

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Taiwan’s Digital Minister Knows How to Crush Covid-19: Trust

The US recorded its first coronavirus case on January 20, 2020. Taiwan recorded its first case the next day. Now, more than eight months later, as the virus has infected 7.2 million Americans and killed more than 205,000, Taiwan has all but returned to normal. Movies, baseball games, concerts attended by tens of thousands of […]

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Windows 10, le panneau de configuration continue de s’appauvrir

Nous savons que Microsoft travaille à faire disparaitre le panneau de configuration de Windows 10. L’approche est de transférer petit à petit tout son contenu dans l’application Paramètres. Une nouvelle étape vient d’être franchie. Ce choix n’est pas une surprise. Il est même officiel. L’annonce a été faite il y a  plusieurs années par Gabriel […]

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The Debate Was a Disaster. But Hey, Climate Change Came Up

Near the end of last night’s catastrophic “presidential” debate, moderator Chris Wallace lobbed a surprising question at Donald Trump: “What do you believe about the science of climate change? And what will you do in the next four years to confront it?” It was surprising because, for one thing, it wasn’t on the list of […]

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Anthony Fauci Has Some Very Good Reasons to Be Optimistic

In an alternate universe, where the WIRED25 event could safely have been held in person, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Anthony Fauci would have been greeted like a rock star. A strange combination of A-list celebrity and level-headed grandfather, Fauci has gamely taken up the position of trusted voice amid the maelstrom […]

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Keep your system and files secure by creating a full backup on Windows 10

Source: Windows Central A backup of your computer is the best strategy you can use against hardware failure, apps, and upgrade issues, as well as malware attacks that can potentially damage an installation and corrupt your files. If you don’t create backups regularly, you’ll be putting at risk important documents, precious pictures, and settings you […]

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The Coronavirus Dashboard Creator Has a New Target: Elections

The last nine months—the Long March of 2020—have been a litany of disasters. Pandemic coronavirus; uncontrolled wildfires; punishing hurricanes and a derecho; paramilitary violence at protests for racial justice. But amid all that, amid a smog of disinformation hovering above it all, it’s easy to forget that back in January and February, everyone knew bad […]

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Mort de Victorine : un meurtre ? Des éléments sur les circonstances du décès – Linternaute.com

L’autopsie de Victorine, la jeune femme de 18 ans retrouvée morte lundi dans un ruisseau à Villefontaine, a parlé. Il s’agirait d’une noyade, à laquelle “un tiers” aurait participé. Les dernières infos. Sommaire L’essentiel L’autopsie du corps de Victorine a rendu ses conclusions ce mercredi, en fin d’après-midi. Victorine Dartois serait morte par noyade, avec l’intervention […]

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