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  • [Reuters: Sports News] Golf: Nelly Korda, seeking to emulate sister, takes third-round LPGA lead: (The Sports Xchange) - Rookie Nelly Korda used a late flourish to claim a two-stroke lead entering the final round at the Marathon Classic on Saturday in Sylvania, Ohio.
  • [Reuters: Sports News] Golf: Stallings shoots 11-under 60 to take third-round lead in Alabama: (Reuters) - Scott Stallings coped with energy-sapping heat and humidity to card 11-under-par 60 and vault to a one-stroke lead after the third round at the Barbasol Championship in Alabama on Saturday.
  • [Reuters: Sports News] Tennis: Roddick reflects on career spent in vacuum of Big Four: (Reuters) - International Tennis Hall of Fame inductee Andy Roddick said on Saturday he was honored to have played in the era of the Big Four, but also acknowledged that they caused him no end of frustration during his career.
  • [Hacker News] Yellowstone Bears Eat 40,000 Moths a Day in August: Comments
  • [Hacker News] A world of free movement would be $78 trillion richer: Comments
  • [Hacker News] Satellites Taking Pictures of Rockets Carrying More Satellites: Comments
  • [Hacker News] Impraise (YC S14) Is Hiring Sales Account Executives in NYC: Comments
  • [Hacker News] Using Hilbert Curves to 100% Zelda: Comments
  • [Reuters: World News] Russian envoy, at heart of U.S. investigations, ends tenure in Washington: WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russia's ambassador to Washington Sergei Kislyak, a key figure in ongoing U.S. investigations into Moscow's meddling in the 2016 presidential election, ended his tenure on Saturday.
  • [Reuters: Politics] Russian envoy, at heart of U.S. investigations, ends tenure in Washington: WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russia's ambassador to Washington Sergei Kislyak, a key figure in ongoing U.S. investigations into Moscow's meddling in the 2016 presidential election, ended his tenure on Saturday.
  • [Reuters: Entertainment News] 'Blade Runner' sequel a siren song for director Villeneuve: SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - Canadian director Denis Villeneuve had fended off numerous requests to direct big-budget sequels until he was approached to make a follow-up to Ridley Scott's 1982 neo-noir sci-fi film "Blade Runner."
  • [War Zones: War News, Coverage, Analysis & More - The Washington Post] Tehran seeks release of detained Iranian citizens in US: Iran has demanded that the United States release all detained Iranian citizens, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported on Saturday.
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  • [World: World News, International News, Foreign Reporting - The Washington Post] Tehran seeks release of detained Iranian citizens in US: Iran has demanded that the United States release all detained Iranian citizens, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported on Saturday.
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  • [Reuters: U.S.] Drunk teens at Chance the Rapper concert flood hospitals in Connecticut: (Reuters) - More than 90 people, including dozens of teens, were taken to local hospitals after drinking too much alcohol at a concert in Connecticut that featured Chance the Rapper, a Hartford police official said on Saturday.
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  • [Reuters: World News] Violinist hurt as Venezuelan protest violence flares: CARACAS (Reuters) - A Venezuelan violinist who has become one of the best-known faces of protests against President Nicolas Maduro was injured on Saturday in violent clashes in Caracas.
  • [Reuters: Sports News] Diving: Daley puts Rio failure behind him to regain world title: BUDAPEST (Reuters) - - Tom Daley, Britain?s 2009 world champion, thwarted China?s bid to become the first country to win four successive diving world titles in the men's 10-metre platform when the 23-year-old prevailed in a thrilling final.
  • [Reuters: Sports News] Golf: Spieth in charge after amazing Grace shoots 62: SOUTHPORT, England (Reuters) - Jordan Spieth led the British Open by three shots and Branden Grace posted the lowest score at a men's major championship in a dramatic third round at sun-kissed Royal Birkdale on Saturday.
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  • [Hacker News] Debian 9: 9.1 released: Comments
  • [Reuters: U.S.] Senator McCain's daughter says went for hike with father: (Reuters) - U.S. Senator John McCain, who was diagnosed with brain cancer, went on a hike with his daughter on Saturday, according to a tweet from Meghan McCain.
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Photos

  • The 2017 Nissan Pathfinder: From rough-and-tumble to nicely refined

  • Sibley Memorial Hospital plans to cut staff through buyouts

    Northwest Washington facility makes cost-cutting move in anticipation of a ?significant budget gap.?

  • With lower fares and more amenities, BWI lures D.C. region?s travelers

    Baltimore beats Dulles and National in passenger traffic, with a record 25.1 million using the airport last year.

  • Charlie Gard's parents curse, sob and storm out of courtroom over brain scan

    Hospital's lawyer said there is an updated brain scan on the terminally ill baby, but that it made for ?sad reading."

  • The last British lynx was killed 1,300 years ago. Now the wild cat may be poised for a comeback.

    Conservationists see the return as a potent symbol, but they?ll have to overcome resistance from sheep farmers.

  • How ISIS nearly stumbled on the ingredients for a ?dirty bomb?

    A key element for a potentially devastating weapon was missing in Mosul.

  • The 2017 Nissan Pathfinder: From rough-and-tumble to nicely refined

  • With lower fares and more amenities, BWI lures D.C. region?s travelers

    Baltimore beats Dulles and National in passenger traffic, with a record 25.1 million using the airport last year.

  • The last British lynx was killed 1,300 years ago. Now the wild cat may be poised for a comeback.

    Conservationists see the return as a potent symbol, but they?ll have to overcome resistance from sheep farmers.

  • Charlie Gard's parents curse, sob and storm out of courtroom over brain scan

    Hospital's lawyer said there is an updated brain scan on the terminally ill baby, but that it made for ?sad reading."

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Entries

  • Ask Slashdot: Someone Else Is Using My Email Address (1358 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 19:34:00 -0400Ask Slashdot: Someone Else Is Using My Email AddressSlashdot

    periklisv writes: I daily receive emails from adult dating sites, loan services, government agencies, online retailers etc, all of them either asking me to verify my account, or, even worse, having signed me up to their service (especially dating sites), which makes me really uncomfortable, my being a married man with children... I was one of the early lucky people that registered a gmail address using my lastname@gmail.com. This has proven pretty convenient over the years, as it's simple and short, which makes it easy to communicate over the phone, write down on applications etc. However, over the past six months, some dude in Australia (I live in the EU) who happens to have the same last name as myself is using it to sign up to all sorts of services... I tried to locate the person on Facebook, Twitter etc and contacted a few that seemed to match, but I never got a response. So the question is, how do you cope with such a case, especially nowadays that sites seem to ignore the email verification for signups? Leave your best answers in the comments. What would you do if someone else started giving out your email address?

    Read more of this story at Slashdot.

  • Germany says Crimean turbine scandal souring relations with Russia: paper (262 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 19:18:00 -0400Germany says Crimean turbine scandal souring relations with Russia: paperReuters: World News

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany has warned Russia that breaches of sanctions including the relocation to Crimea of four gas turbines delivered to Russia by Siemens are straining political relations between the two countries, Bild am Sonntag reported on Sunday.

  • Germany says Crimean turbine scandal souring relations with Russia -paper (271 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 19:00:00 -0400Germany says Crimean turbine scandal souring relations with Russia -paperReuters: Company News

    FRANKFURT, July 23 (Reuters) - Germany has warned Russia that breaches of sanctions including the relocation to Crimea of four gas turbines delivered to Russia by Siemens are straining political relations between the two countries, Bild am Sonntag reported on Sunday.

  • Wonder Woman the star among Warner Bros' expanding superhero franchise (279 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 18:54:00 -0400Wonder Woman the star among Warner Bros' expanding superhero franchiseReuters: Entertainment News

    SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - After smashing box office records this year, Wonder Woman received the loudest cheers among the DC superheroes gathered on Saturday at San Diego's annual Comic-Con to present new footage and trailers for Warner Bros' expanding comic book film franchise.

  • Mozilla's New Open Source Voice-Recognition Project Wants Your Voice (1475 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 18:34:00 -0400Mozilla's New Open Source Voice-Recognition Project Wants Your VoiceSlashdot

    An anonymous reader quotes Mashable: Mozilla is building a massive repository of voice recordings for the voice apps of the future -- and it wants you to add yours to the collection. The organization behind the Firefox browser is launching Common Voice, a project to crowdsource audio samples from the public. The goal is to collect about 10,000 hours of audio in various accents and make it publicly available for everyone... Mozilla hopes to hand over the public dataset to independent developers so they can harness the crowdsourced audio to build the next generation of voice-powered apps and speech-to-text programs... You can also help train the speech-to-text capabilities by validating the recordings already submitted to the project. Just listen to a short clip, and report back if text on the screen matches what you heard... Mozilla says it aims is to expand the tech beyond just a standard voice recognition experience, including multiple accents, demographics and eventually languages for more accessible programs. Past open source voice-recognition projects have included Sphinx 4 and VoxForge, but unfortunately most of today's systems are still "locked up behind proprietary code at various companies, such as Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft."

    Read more of this story at Slashdot.

  • Debian, Gnome Patched 'Bad Taste' VBScript-Injection Vulnerabilities (958 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 17:34:00 -0400Debian, Gnome Patched 'Bad Taste' VBScript-Injection VulnerabilitiesSlashdot

    Slashdot reader KiloByte warned us about new exploit for .MSI files named "bad taste". Neowin reports: A now-patched vulnerability in the "GNOME Files" file manager was recently discovered which allowed hackers to create dodgy MSI files which would run malicious VBScript code on Linux... Once Nils Dagsson Moskopp discovered the bug, he reported it to the Debian Project which fixed it very rapidly. The GNOME Project also patched the gnome-exe-thumbnailer file which is responsible for parsing MSI and EXE files inside the GNOME Files app... If you run a Linux distribution with the GNOME desktop it's advisable to run the update manager and check for updates as soon as possible before you become affected by this critical vulnerability.

    Read more of this story at Slashdot.

  • Firefighters gain ground on Central California wildfire (263 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 17:05:00 -0400Firefighters gain ground on Central California wildfireReuters: Environment

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A wildfire in central California was contained enough on Saturday for authorities to consider allowing more people back to their houses, a day after evacuation orders were lifted for a gold rush era town that was previously threatened.

  • U.S. lawmakers reach deal on Russia sanctions bill, creating limits for Trump (324 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 16:39:00 -0400U.S. lawmakers reach deal on Russia sanctions bill, creating limits for TrumpReuters: Politics

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Republicans and Democrats have reached agreement on legislation that allows new sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea, leading congressional Democrats said on Saturday, in a bill that would limit any potential effort by President Donald Trump to try to lift sanctions against Moscow.

  • Kickstarter Campaign Launched To Save NASA's Mission Control (1340 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 16:34:00 -0400Kickstarter Campaign Launched To Save NASA's Mission ControlSlashdot

    Long-time Slashdot reader yzf750 shares sad news about the facility where NASA conducted the Apollo moon landing in 1969: Mission Control at Johnson Space Center is a wreck and this Kickstarter project is trying to save it. The nearby city of Webster, Texas has promised to match Kickstarter funding up to $400,000. The goal is to raise $250,000 to add to the $3.5 million already budgeted by the city of Webster to restore Mission Control. Contributors on Kickstarter can receive rewards including models of the Apollo 11 command module, lunch with Apollo flight controllers, VIP tours, or a free download of the documentary Mission Control: the Unsung Heroes of Apollo. The Kickstarter campaign was launched by Space Center Houston, which is also contributing $5 million to preserve what's been called a "cathedral of engineering." In December the Houston Chronicle noted that though Mission Control is listed in America's National Register of Historic Places, "plans to restore it have been discussed for more than 20 years. But its restoration and preservation remain in limbo, with no set date for work to begin."

    Read more of this story at Slashdot.

  • After protests, St Louis to install air conditioning in sweltering jail (264 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 15:50:00 -0400After protests, St Louis to install air conditioning in sweltering jailReuters: U.S.

    (Reuters) - St. Louis will install temporary air conditioners in a city jail known as "the workhouse" after temperatures in the city topped 100 degrees Fahrenheit, triggering protests outside the lockup, the mayor's office and local media reported on Saturday.

  • UPDATE 1-EU sounds alarm, urges U.S. to coordinate on Russia sanctions (251 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 15:40:00 -0400UPDATE 1-EU sounds alarm, urges U.S. to coordinate on Russia sanctionsReuters: Company News

    BRUSSELS, July 22 (Reuters) - The European Union sounded an alarm on Saturday about moves in the U.S. Congress to step up U.S. sanctions on Russia, urging Washington to keep coordinating with its G7 partners and warning of unintended consequences.

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  • Steve Jobs' Life Is Now An Opera (1493 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 15:34:00 -0400Steve Jobs' Life Is Now An OperaSlashdot

    An anonymous reader quotes CNN's report on a new project from Pulitzer Prize-winning librettist Mark Campbell: "The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs" is set to open on Saturday night at the Santa Fe Opera, home to the largest summer-opera festival in U.S. The high-tech production, which runs until August 26, jumps in and out of key moments in the Apple founder's life, from early product-development days alongside Steve Wozniak and the launch of the original iPhone, to his wedding day with Laurene Powell Jobs... The opera features an electronic score, developed by Mason Bates, that incorporates sounds from the products Jobs created, including the audio synonymous with turning on an early Macintosh computer. The libretto, or operatic script, doesn't call out words like Apple or iPhone due to copyright issues; instead, it uses descriptors like "one device" to reference the smartphone. "Only one device, does it all," the libretto reads. "In one hand, all your need. One device. Communication, entertainment, illumination, connection, interaction, navigation, inspiration..." One scene in the high-tech production shows Jobs standing in his family's garage on his 10th birthday. When his father gives him a workbench, the walls around them light up into video screens...

    Read more of this story at Slashdot.

  • France's far-right National Front party reaffirms anti-EU stance (269 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 15:27:00 -0400France's far-right National Front party reaffirms anti-EU stanceReuters: World News

    PARIS (Reuters) - France's far-right National Front party reaffirmed on Saturday its anti-European Union stance while admitting voters' concerns over its policy to quit the euro, at the end of a two-day meeting aimed at analyzing its defeat in this year's election.

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  • EU sounds alarm, urges U.S. to coordinate on Russia sanctions (251 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 15:22:00 -0400EU sounds alarm, urges U.S. to coordinate on Russia sanctionsReuters: Company News

    BRUSSELS, July 22 (Reuters) - The European Union sounded an alarm on Saturday about moves in the U.S. Congress to step up U.S. sanctions on Russia, urging Washington to keep coordinating with its G7 partners and warning of unintended consequences.

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  • Cycling: Ice-cool Froome on brink of fourth Tour triumph (264 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 15:20:00 -0400Cycling: Ice-cool Froome on brink of fourth Tour triumphReuters: Sports News

    MARSEILLE, France (Reuters) - Chris Froome kept his composure in a hostile environment as he virtually secured a fourth Tour de France title after extending his overall lead with a good showing in Saturday's 22.5-km time trial through the streets of Marseille.

  • Hundreds of Islamic State corpses await repatriation from Libya (286 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 15:16:00 -0400Hundreds of Islamic State corpses await repatriation from LibyaReuters: World News

    MISRATA, Libya (Reuters) - Seven months after Libyan forces defeated Islamic State in the coastal city of Sirte, hundreds of bodies of foreign militants still lie stored in freezers as authorities negotiate with other governments to decide what to do with them, local officials say.

  • NSA chief on Russia-U.S. cyber unit: Now is 'not the best time' (325 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 14:40:00 -0400NSA chief on Russia-U.S. cyber unit: Now is 'not the best time'Reuters: Politics

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers on Saturday rebuffed the prospect for a U.S.-Russia cyber unit, a proposal which has been greeted with incredulity by several senior U.S. lawmakers and which President Donald Trump himself appeared to back down from after initially indicating interest.

  • Let's Encrypt Criticized Over Speedy HTTPS Certifications (2746 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 14:34:00 -0400Let's Encrypt Criticized Over Speedy HTTPS CertificationsSlashdot

    100 million HTTPS certificates were issued in the last year by Let's Encrypt -- a free certificate authority founded by Mozilla, Cisco and the Electronic Frontier Foundation -- and they're now issuing more than 100,000 HTTPS certificates every day. Should they be performing more vetting? msm1267 shared this article from Kaspersky Lab's ThreatPost blog: [S]ome critics are sounding alarm bells and warning that Let's Encrypt might be guilty of going too far, too fast, and delivering too much of a good thing without the right checks and balances in place. The primary concern has been that while the growth of SSL/TLS encryption is a positive trend, it also offers criminals an easy way to facilitate website spoofing, server impersonation, man-in-the-middle attacks, and a way to sneak malware through company firewalls... Critics do not contend Let's Encrypt is responsible for these types of abuses. Rather, because it is the 800-pound gorilla when it comes to issuing basic domain validation certificates, critics believe Let's Encrypt could do a better job vetting applicants to weed out bad actors... "I think there should be some type of vetting process. That would make it more difficult for malicious actors to get them," said Justin Jett, director of audit and compliance at Plixer, a network traffic analytics firm... Josh Aas, executive director of the Internet Security Research Group, the organization that oversees Let's Encrypt, points out that its role is not to police the internet, rather its mission is to make communications secure. He added that, unlike commercial certificate authorities, it keeps a searchable public database of every single domain it issues. "When people get surprised at the number of PayPal phishing sites and get worked up about it, the reason they know about it is because we allow anyone to search our records," he said. Many other certificate authorities keep their databases of issued certificates private, citing competitive reasons and that customers don't want to broadcast the names of their servers... The reason people treat us like a punching bag is that we are big and we are transparent. " The criticism intensified after Let's Encrypt announced they'd soon offer wildcard certificates for subdomains. But the article also cites security researcher Scott Helme, who "argued if encryption is to be available to all then that includes the small percent of bad actors. 'I don't think it's for Signal, or Let's Encrypt, to decide who should have access to encryption."

    Read more of this story at Slashdot.

  • The Top 10 Camera Films Preferred by Photographers (4679 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 14:30:00 -0400The Top 10 Camera Films Preferred by PhotographersPetaPixel

    When a new film photographer asks the photography community which films are the best, most voices tend to agree on Porta, Tri-X, and HP5… but are these the most popular? In this article, we are going to look at the top 10 films photographers prefer.

    Earlier this year, I launched a Film Dating tool for helping photographers find their favorite 35mm film stock. It’s been a few months since I launched it and its popularity went way beyond my expectations — over 38,000 people have used it so far!

    This unexpected popularity also gave me the opportunity to gather enough information about the films people prefer. That doesn’t necessarily mean that these films are the most sold, but it gives us a basic understanding of which looks please people the most.

    So without further ado, let’s have a look at the 10 films that appear the most in the results, starting from the least favorite to the most:

    #10: CineStill 50

    #9: Fomapan 400

    #8: Lomography Color 100

    #7: Kodak Portra 160

    #6: Ilford HP5+ 400

    #5: Fuji Pro 400H

    #4: Lomography Color 400

    #3: Kodak Ektar 100

    #2: Kodak Portra 400

    #1: Kodak Tri-X 400

    From this list we can notice a few interesting points:

    The Most Preferred Film Stock is B&W

    I think that isn’t a surprise at all. The first roll of film I personally shot was a roll of HP5, and I’m sure many photographers step into film with black-and-white. There’s an aesthetic that’s more appealing than digitally converted RAW files, and it’s also the “easiest” (or most accessible) film to develop at home.

    One thing I wasn’t expecting was to see Ilford HP5 so far away from its historical competitor. Clearly, Kodak still has the lead when it comes to monochrome films.

    There’s No Film Rated Higher Than ISO 400

    This tells us people don’t like the look of film in low light very much. Shooting film at night can be tricky and the choice of fast film is rather limited. We have, of course, CineStill 800, which does a great job in low light and especially when pushed 1 or 2 stops.

    I was just surprised to see that we have its little brother, the CineStill 50, instead of the 800 in the top 10. It’s true that the look of this film is absolutely stunning, but the 800 version seems to be so popular that I would have expected to see it instead.

    Fujifilm is On the Way Out

    While Fujifilm is making huge progress on the digital side of photography and imposing its Instax line as the standard for instant films, they’ve been letting analog photography fall to the side of the road. Their catalog is getting smaller and smaller, and I don’t see them jumping back on the train anytime soon.

    Fuji Pro 400H is probably the only Fuji film that I could shoot with, but I’m not a big fan of its colors. Clearly, the Kodak brand is doing a better job here.

    Lomography is in the Game

    Lomography has played a major role in the resurgence of film, so it’s no surprise to see two of their films in the top 10. Over the past several years, they’ve been bringing new fun cameras and cool-looking film to the market. You may or may not like their products, but we all do have to say a big “thank you” for what they’ve done to keep film alive.

    Kodak Rules

    With 3 films in the 3 first places, Kodak clearly leads the market and I’m guessing that’s not a surprise to anyone. The market has been driven by this company since longer than most of us can recall. Even if other manufacturers have been trying to compete against them, they still seem to be one step ahead.

    In total, Kodak tallied an impressive 40% of the results! Well done, Kodak.

    Note: Again, this top 10 list is not an accurate representation of the market sales. It’s what people tend to prefer the most in terms of looks and aesthetics, but we can probably assume that it gives a good idea of which films are the best sellers. Also, slide films were left out of my tool and this top 10 list because they are becoming more and more difficult to find and even more difficult to process.

    About the author: Vincent Moschetti is an Ireland-based photographer who is in the middle of a year-long experiment where he’s shooting only film photography. You can find more of his work or follow along on this adventure by visiting his website or following him on Facebook and Instagram. This post was also published here.

  • South Africa's Sisulu says ANC must return to its roots, fight graft (268 characters)

    Sat, 22 Jul 2017 14:28:00 -0400South Africa's Sisulu says ANC must return to its roots, fight graftReuters: World News

    JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African housing minister Lindiwe Sisulu launched her bid on Saturday to succeed scandal-hit President Jacob Zuma as leader of the African National Congress (ANC) by vowing to help save the ruling party from infighting and corruption.

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Media

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    Sony publishes a flyer of IMX428LLJ monochrome global shutter sensor featuring "variable-speed shutter function (resolution 1 H units)":

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    ST presentation at IoT World in May 2017 unveils a number of its future ToF products:

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