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We Asked a Color Vision Expert About the Color of that Dress

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Updated 16 hours ago from 12 tweets

  • A girl posted a picture of a dress on Tumblr, with a caption that sounded pretty desperate: "Guys please help meis this dress white and gold, or blue and black?
  • "What color is the dress?"
  • At first, I thought he was just fucking with me, so I started asking everyone in the VICE LA officehalf of whom saw blue and black, half of whom saw white and gold (with the latter group in the slight majority).
  • After I explained that I saw the dress as blue and black, he said he wanted to ask one of the students working in his vision lab for a second opinion.
  • Mike Pearl, who saw the dress as white and gold, printed out an image of the dress and studied it for a very, very long time.
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Apple Spring Forward event on March 9! Well be there!

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U.S. Envoy to United Nations and Obama Security Adviser Will Speak at American-Israeli …

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Updated 1 day ago from 143 tweets

  • WASHINGTON President Obama will send Susan E. Rice, his national security adviser, and Samantha Power, his envoy to the United Nations, to speak to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee at its conference here next week, officials at the White House said on Thursday.
  • The move comes as relations between the United States and Israel have soured after the decision by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a joint meeting of Congress on Tuesday to argue against a nuclear deal with Iran that is one of Mr. Obamas highest priorities.
  • Until Thursday, White House officials also had not responded to Aipacs invitation to participate in its conference, which is usually attended by high-ranking American officials and sometimes by the president.
  • Asked whether dispatching them was an attempt to play down the dispute between the United States and Israel over the speech, Mr.
  • You will cause strategic damage to Israels standing and to the relationship with the United States, Mr. Herzog said.
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It is official: Net Neutrality is the law of the land

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Updated 1 day ago from 19 tweets

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Microsoft launches Tech Talent for Good as employees raise record-breaking $117 million

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Updated 1 day ago from 129 tweets

  • And, it extends the expertise of Microsoft employees to help these organizations.
  • In 2014, Microsoft employees raised a record-breaking $117 million for nearly 20,000 nonprofits and schools around the world, including $60 million for nearly 5,000 organizations in Washington State.
  • Thats according to an NTEN Report released in July 2014, which surveyed 781 nonprofits of all sizes across the U.S. Microsofts new Tech Talent for Good program will encourage and enable our employees to bring their technical talents to bear against this challenge.
  • Working with a number of nonprofit partners, including Taproot Foundation, an organization that specializes in skills-based volunteering, we will actively identify technology projects and help manage the engagement between nonprofit organizations and our employee volunteers.
  • Tech Talent for Good helps us take another big step forward by directly bringing the technical talents of our employees and nonprofits together to help drive even more social change.
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Net Fix: 8 burning questions about Net neutrality

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  • For consumers of Internet services (which covers the majority of people here in the US), Net neutrality means there's nothing in the way of you accessing your favorite sites and getting your favorite content.
  • Democrats, consumer advocates and some Internet companies like Netflix say the only way the Net neutrality rules will hold up to court challenges is to use this old legal framework.
  • Republicans in Congress have also already crafted legislation that codifies the basic Net neutrality rules everyone agrees on but would strip the FCC of its authority to regulate the Internet.
  • But if it does, that legislation will surely get vetoed by President Obama, who is a big supporter of the FCC's Net neutrality rules and reclassification of broadband as a Title II service.
  • This story is part of a CNET special report looking at the challenges of Net neutrality, and what rules -- if any -- are needed to fuel innovation and protect US consumers.

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