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    We have just launched our brand new front page (it's only visible to guests, so you will have to log out from Redly to see it) and a new dashboard page filled with useful information for registered users. Please do let us know what you think about our new front page and dashboard page, and if there is anything that's missing or could be further improved upon. Thank you!
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    Great work, team! You got me to create an account because I was so enthused by the front page effectively being an invitation to register that I wanted to see what it would look like once I had. I think you've worked wonders; I really do love these theme.
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    I am reading We're Watching You. It is a UK novel that involves a missing woman. A woman who has a difficult past, and a woman who heard about her plans for the evening. It is a mystery thriller sort of novel. I like it, but it has too many characters in it. More characters than it needs.
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    This is actually happening already! In California, USA, General Electric will scrap a big natural-gas-fired power plant this year after its only been in use for one-third of its planned lifetime. The fossil-fuel powered natural-gas plant will close 20 years earlier than previously planned because of the growing share of much more inexpensive forms of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar power.
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    Thank you @Meddysong 😊
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    New trailer for Disney's Aladdin
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    Never forget that studies have shown that cleaners are worth more to society than bankers.
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    Ilhan Omar says the “hope and change” offered by Barack Obama was a mirage. Recalling the “caging of kids” at the U.S.-Mexico border and the “droning of countries around the world” on Obama’s watch, she argues that the Democratic president operated within the same fundamentally broken framework as [Trump], his Republican successor. The Democrats’ Dilemma - POLITICO Magazine WWW.POLITICO.COM What Ilhan Omar and Dean Phillips tell us about the future of the Democratic Party. And she's right.
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    两会前,美国老领导Chuck Grassley、Sonny Perdue等分化瓦解挑拨离间共产党,老罗伯特·莱特希泽(Robert Lighthizer)说中南海内有改革派,习近平刘鹤韩正汪洋葫
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    Hello everyone! We have just finished updating Redly with a bunch of improvements that will make this site faster and easier to use. These improvements are mostly behind-the-scenes but we do have two new features that we are sure you will find useful and fun. Sometimes emojis are just not enough, that's why we have now introduced a GIF-button that will allow you to quickly and easily find and add GIFs to your status updates, forum posts, and blog entries. If you're a Club owner you can now easily re-arrange and move all the different pages and sections in your menu that you have added to your Club. And as always, if you find any bugs or something that doesn't seem to be working properly, please report it in our support forum. You can also give us suggestions on how we can improve Redly in our feedback forum.
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    Today Bernie Sanders announced that he is running for US president in 2020! Bernie Sanders made the announcement on Vermont Public Radio: Sanders also said he is running to oppose Donald Trump and to enact universal health care coverage, a $15 minimum wage and reducing student debt — all policies that he championed in 2016. Shortly afterwards this campaign video was posted online: Go, Bernie, Go! 😊
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    Old school rap every day. But, I am 30 - so I think people always prefer the music from their youth - "kids these days don't know good music!"
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    Im amazed there isnt more alarm around the world to the fact that Donald Trump is teaming up with far-right leaders to dictate who the real president of Venezuela is.
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    No matter how you slice it, an attempted coup is underway in Venezuela. Venezuela: Call It What It Is—a Coup WWW.THENATION.COM The power grab of the right’s Juan Guaidó is brazenly unconstitutional. If you're only going to read one article about the apparent US-backed coup currently underway in Venezuela, make it this one.
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    Have Aliens Found Us? A Harvard Astronomer on the Mysterious Interstellar Object ‘Oumuamua WWW.NEWYORKER.COM Avi Loeb discusses why we need to consider the possibility that the... I must admit, this article really triggered my imagination. What do you think, was the object just an "ordinary" asteroid or was it actually a fully operational probe sent intentionally to Earth’s vicinity by an alien civilization?
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    If the BBC is politically neutral, how does it explain Andrew Neil? | Owen Jones | Opinion | The Guardian WWW.THEGUARDIAN.COM He symbolises the rightwing domination of our media. Yet a politics presenter as aligned to the left would not be tolerated, writes Guardian columnist Owen Jones The BBC cannot call itself politically neutral if it continues to employ prominent right-wingers like Andrew Neil that actively censors criticism he doesn't like on his show.
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    This study shows that people over 65-years-old with extreme right-wing opinions spread more fake news and misinformation on social media than anyone else during the US Presidential election in 2016. Remember that next time someone blames young people or millennials.
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    Ocasio-Cortez floats 70 percent tax on the super wealthy to fund Green New Deal - POLITICO WWW.POLITICO.COM "There’s an element where yeah, people are going to have to start paying their fair share in taxes," she said. Yes, this is exactly what we need to be doing to both combat the rising levels of inequality that's tearing our societies apart and to stop climate change from destroying the prospects of organized human existence on Earth.
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    There's gotta be more to life than this?
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    While Donald Trump works to distract the public, his administration is working to dismantle every aspect of government that benefits the people - and ultimately destroying the prospects for human existence. Watch and listen to Noam Chomsky: Trump is a distraction, the Republican party is the most dangerous organization in human history.
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    Hello everyone! We have just made some updates to Redly, they are mostly behind-the-scenes updates that will make Redly.social even better and faster to use. Some of the more prominent new features include a stronger spam protection system and web cards for external links posted throughout Redly. And as always, if you find any bugs or something that doesn't seem to be working properly, please report it in our support forum.
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    Happy birthday Shaun! 😊🎂🎉
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    I think they've said that Windows 10 will be their last OS release but that they will continue to improve Windows 10 forever. It will be interesting to see how that goes. Either way, I think we are slowly moving away from traditional PCs (Macs are PCS too) and towards PCs that are more geared towards mobility, touch interfaces, and ease of use. But simple "toys" like Ipads and IOS and such won't do, we still need more complex operating systems that allows us to be more productive and do more precise work. I don't think Apple is close to being able to deliver on something like that, nor is any Linux version. Microsoft and Windows is still the best bet IMO. I have had Acer in the past and, in my experience, their products are the worst of them all. Acer literally makes garbage products that fall apart within three years.
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    I’m currently rereading The Shack. If you like christian books, you should really read this book. There is also a movie for it but I’d definitely read the book first if you’re interested in it. I really liked the book just because of how well they told the story. I’d love to actually meet God in real life.
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    Well, I'm not currently reading it because I recently finished it. And I don't think I'll be posting tons of book reviews here, because for that I guess I use Goodreads.com. So... I suspect you guys would enjoy A Foodie's Guide to Capitalism: Understanding the Political Economy of What We Eat by Eric Holt-Gimenez.
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    Right now, I am re-reading the fault in our stars. I really like to re-read books that I like. Especially those that I can relate with. I think that the main character in this book is just like me. I like watching people and I am always happy socializing.
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    Today we’re introducing blogs on Redly. Our new blogging system allow you to create your own personal blog, or a group blog with other Redly members, to share your ideas, thoughts and insights. Here are some of the features that comes with your Redly blog: Group Blogs You can easily collaborate with other Redly users by starting group blogs. These blogs are perfect for when more than one member has something to contribute to the subject. Private & Invite-Only Blogs If you want, you can designate your blog as completely private, for your own use (and eyes) only. You can also create invite-only blogs where you specify who may read it. Atom/RSS Imports You have an existing blog elsewhere? No problem! You can easily import your blog entries automatically using Atom or RSS. This way your blog posts will get more exposure within the Redly community – and with no extra work! Club Blogs If you manage a club here on Redly you can now add a blog to your club – and it’s just as easy as adding forums and galleries to your club. Isn’t that great or what? And just so we’re clear. We are still tweaking the new blogging system, so if you find any bugs or if you got some constructive criticism for us, please let us know here in the comments or in our Feedback forums.
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    Be sure to check out this excellent video by Aaron Bastani in which he takes a hard look on the latest impartiality-gaffe by the BBC (see the previous one from last week) on their top political TV show Question Time with Fiona Bruce. "The BBC is meant to stop fake news, not amplify it. Last week on the BBC's Question Time Diane Abbott was subject to disgraceful treatment. The host Fiona Bruce was neither accurate nor impartial. Isabel Oakeshott’s dishonesty was constantly unchallenged. Tory minister Rory Stewart couldn't believe his luck in how biased the chairing was." The BBC cannot honestly call itself politically neutral and unbiased if it continues like this!
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    American racism then and now.
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    Not even a government shutdown will stop the Trump administration from actively killing this planet. Trump administration expands oil drilling despite shutdown | Environment | The Guardian WWW.THEGUARDIAN.COM Interior department continues processing permits and moves forward with controversial plan to increase drilling in the Arctic Get your damn priorities straight you fucking clown face!
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    So, I continued doing some Ecowar. But I'm not going to continue weekly summaries. This is my last for now.
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    Internal Documents Show Facebook Has Never Deserved Our Trust or Our Data - Motherboard MOTHERBOARD.VICE.COM Facebook "purposefully designed a product intended to get users to share as much data as possible about themselves, and then worked to leverage that data to work with as many advertisers as possible"
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    Putin highfives saudi arabia g20.mp4 Vladimir Putin high fives Mohammed bin Salman at G20 summit in Buenos Aires. Just two dictators that murder journalists having a good time. Despicable people.
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    I'm not reading anything at the moment sadly. I used to reads books upon books. I would read at least one a day. I got into a relationship a couple of years ago though and that all changed. lol I was way too busy to read. But I would love to start reading again. There are so many books on my book shelf that I haven't read yet.
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    I am a teacher at a community college. I teach Nepali language and literature and pedagogy. As a teacher, I do a lot of reading. I read books on the subjects I teach. However, I also read other books. Currently, I am reading Japanese haiku translated into English. haiku is Japanese style poetry that has 17 syllables and is basically about nature.
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