When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great Circle of Life. Everyone knows that classic line from Disney’s “The Lion King”. Kids and parents might have been slightly less charmed by this variation: The wildebeest must cross the river to eat, and a whole bunch of them die in the process. And then everything in the river gets to feast on their rotting remains. Oh, and their bones continue to leech nutrients into the water even after fish and insects have devoured their flesh. Other organisms also eats the algae that grows on the bones. Basically, some wildebeest need to die, Simba.
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IOT IS COMING and a lot of IT execs are scared silly. Or maybe it’s more accurate to say they are resigned to their fates.
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In a bid to keep its creator community happy, Facebook announced that it’s planning a whole new app just for them later this year. It’s essentially a video creation app made just for its star broadcasters, who are also the same folks who are deemed worthy enough to use Facebook Mentions, an app only available to verified accounts owned by journalists, celebrities and other online influencers.
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Nike debuted its newest footwear innovation on Tuesday, a new type of foam that it’s calling Nike React. This new piece of technology will be available first to consumers via basketball footwear in the React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit and the Jordan Super.Fly 2017, releasing on Aug. 3 for $160 and $140, respectively.
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