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Taking the grunt work out of Web development | MIT News

In a new paper, MIT Professor Adam Chlipala describes a new programming language called Ur/Web that lets developers write Web applications as self-contained programs, making these apps more secure and easier to write.

REAL SWORDSMEN WEIGH IN ON STAR WARS'S WEIRD TRIPLE LIGHTSABER. IS IT SILLY? IS IT USEFUL?

The new trailer for "Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens" excited fans worldwide, but also unexpectedly raised controversy with its depiction of a menacing new red lightsaber, which possesses a hilt made of two mini-lightsaber blades.

Sense of invalidation uniquely risky for troubled teens -- ScienceDaily

A study of 99 teens hospitalized out of concern about suicide risk found that a high perception of family invalidation -- or lack of acceptance -- predicted future suicide events among boys, and peer invalidation predicted future self harm, such as cutting, among the teens in general.

Li-fi protocol allows use of the Internet at the speed of light -- ScienceDaily

Sisoft Company in Mexico has developed a technology that can illuminate a large work space, an auditorium or an office, while providing full mobile Internet to every device that comes into the range of the light spectrum.

Mindless: Why Smarter Machines are Making Dumber Humans | Science News

Simon Head argues that computer business systems leave middle managers and workers with little creative latitude. They acquire fewer skills and their wages stagnate, hurting their job quality and buying power.

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