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IBM Builds Fort Knox National Crypto Wallet

Submerged in a nanoKelvin helium bath, buried deep under Fort Knox, America’s newest vault is a Universal quantum computer the size of a basketball. Bubbling with over 18,196 qubits, IBM’s Schrödinger Core Processor has already defeated over 155 billion direct hacks and malware attacks.

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  • The Outline, an attempt to build a bolder kind of news site, appears to have met its end
    Not quite 3 1/2 years after its launch, The Outline — the design-forward, millennial-focused, consciously weird site that aspired to be “a next-generation version of The New Yorker” — is shutting down. Its executive editor, Leah Finnegan, tweeted this morning that its staff was all being laid off. farewell @outline. we have all been laid...
    Joshua Benton
  • “Engaged journalism” is taking us back to the “public journalism” debates of the 1990s
    Welcome to the third edition of RQ1. For those who are new, we are Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis — two former journalists turned academics, now teaching and researching at Washington and Lee University (Mark) and the University of Oregon (Seth). In trying to keep pace with all the new research about news and journalism,...
    Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
  • Why The New York Times considers books — like podcasts and TV — ripe for expansion
    The New York Times has been turning its journalism into books in different ways for more than a century. (Here’s a copy of “The New York Times Current History: The European War, Volume XIII,” published 1917.) The newspaper typically partners with traditional book publishers; it published 15 books with nine different publishers in 2019. But...
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  • #988: The Economics Of Hospital Beds
    Bellevue, the oldest public hospital in the nation, has seen everything and survived everything. But even they might not have enough beds. Here's why. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.
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  • #987: The Race To Make Ventilators
    Ventilators are the supply and demand problem of the COVID pandemic. We go inside the scramble to build more, fast. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.
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  • #986: America Unemployed
    A record number of Americans filed for unemployment this week. The system isn't designed for this. What's next? | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.
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  • #985: Where Do We Get $2,000,000,000,000?
    The COVID-19 rescue bill is the largest ever. Where will that money come from? | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.
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  • #984: Food And Farmworkers
    To find out what's happening with our food, we talk to an economist, a farmer, and, of course, farmworkers. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.
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  • #983: You Asked About The Virus Economy
    Some answers: The deal with toilet paper; stock market circuit breakers; coronabucks; corporate paper & how to help. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.
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  • Stocks tumble as employers slash jobs at rapid pace
    Wall Street fell Friday after fallout from the coronavirus pandemic prompted employers to shed the most jobs in 11 years. Conway G. Gittens has the details.
  • Don't own Zoom? Here's the next best bet: fund manager
    Buy stocks of software companies that boost business efficiency such as AudioCodes, whose technology helps power Zoom and Skype, says growth fund manager Gerry Frigon of Taylor Frigon Capital Management.
  • Don't own Zoom? Here's the next best bet: fund manager
    Buy stocks of software companies that boost business efficiency such as AudioCodes, whose technology helps power Zoom and Skype, says growth fund manager Gerry Frigon of Taylor Frigon Capital Management.
  • Breakingviews TV: Sharp elbows
    Activists from Carl Icahn to Elliott Management have been throwing the towel in on their campaigns. But Starboard Value has been going the other direction. They need to tread lightly, says Lauren Silva Laughlin.

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`Merica Coin Replaces U$ Dollar

Mired by a stagnant economy, rife unemployment, and riddled with low consumer confidence, the Presidentor of the United States of North America has signed into law an order to drop the USNA Dollar as standard currency in favor of the newly adopted ‘Merica Coin cryptocurrency. 

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