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Find out if you’re depressed

‘Consider two questions. First: Who are you? What makes you different from your peers, in terms of the things you buy, the clothes you wear, and the car you drive (or refuse to)? What makes you unique in terms of your basic psychological make-up—the part of you that makes you do the things you do, say the things you say, and feel the things you feel? And the second question: How do you use the internet?

‘Although these questions may seem unrelated, they’re not. Clearly the content of your internet usage can suggest certain psychological characteristics…’
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=what-internet-habits-say-about-mental-health

Death of Privacy
New Surveillance System Can Outdo Drones
Army’s 7-story flying football field-sized blimp does not blink

‘The U.S. Army has a 7-story flying football field-sized blimp with a 21-day unblinking surveillance stare. The LEMV, described as a “Revolutionary ISR Weapon System” completed a successful 90-minute…

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