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Walmart partners with smart lock maker August to test in-home delivery of packages and groceries in Silicon Valley, techcrunch.com

A.I ‘Gaydar’ Could Be the Start of Something Much Worse, theverge.com

Is Tribalism a Natural Malfunction? What computers teach us about getting along, nautil.us

Facebook’s Ad Scandal Isn’t a ‘Fail,’ It’s a Feature, nytimes.com

The power of a 'not-to-do' list, bbc.com

UberEats has become a surprise standout for Uber; the company says the food delivery service is profitable in 27 of the 108 cities where it's offered, nytimes.com

What I would do if I was 18 now, levels.io

How to announce a funding round, techcrunch.com

Assert.js CEO discriminates against white males in request for talk submissions, twitter.com

Why Uber’s fate could herald backlash against ‘digital disruptors’, theguardian.com

Motivation

Yes, I am editing, which is why it is semi-automated. And yes, I do understand the scepticism around the notion of information these days, be it real or fake, but what I am culling is mainly double-ups of information as a lot of the sources end up reporting on the same things. See, the funny thing about information is, there’s never enough unique stuff going around.

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