Thirty million years ago in a galaxy not so far, far away, a star exploded. Three years ago, light from that explosion finally made it to Earth, where scientists watched the explosion unfold from start to finish.
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The Aboriginal Nat Turner
The Australian Aborigine Jandamarra was born c. 1870 and died April 1, 1897. In 1894, the great aboriginal leader began defending his people’s territory against the encroaching white settlers who were willing to do anything for more farmland. He was a member of the Bunuba tribe — an indigenous group living in the Kimberley district of Western Australia. The district’s mountainous terrain became a strategic stronghold during the three-year fight against colonizers.
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Nintendo just announced that the Nintendo NX will be out in March 2017. That release window is global.
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In recent conversations with some local entrepreneurs, they asked how they could get more visibility for their work and their products. I asked how they use public relations tactics, such as a pressroom or news releases to promote their businesses. Both just looked at me with a blank stare, not quite sure what I was talking about. They are so focused on selling their products and services that they have not taken the time to tell prospective customers about what they are doing. Here are a few suggestions to get started.
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St. Louis Cardinals rookie shortstop Aledmys Diaz made history on Monday night for hitting half of the amount of times that he has stepped in the batter’s box during this still-young MLB season.
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White supremacists are taking a beating online from hacker groups.
On Saturday, hackers from the groups Anonymous and Binarysec shut down the website of the White Knights of the KKK using a distributed denial-of-service attack, according to Mic. The shutdown came on the same day “pro-white” demonstrators staged a rally in Stone Mountain, Georgia, a historic meeting place for the Klan.
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