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Amateur Radio Newsline Podcast
Your Independent source of Amateur Radio news for today's Radio Amateur
Amateur Radio Newsline™
News for the week in Amateur Radio
Popular Science from NFB-Newsline.
Current content form the Popular Science Magazine
PC World from NFB-Newsline.
Current content form the PC World Magazine
Daily Newsline
Daily Radio Newsline presented by the United States Department of Agriculture
Amateur Radio Newsline
Amateur Radio Newsline weekly news update
Science News from NFB-Newsline.
Current content form the Science News Magazine
Archive of "Nevada Newsline"
KUNR Podcast Feed
Archive of "Nevada Newsline"
KUNR Podcast Feed
News on News: NewsLine
Podcast by News on News
Newsline - The Weekly Newsletter from the NSS
Newsline is the weekly newsletter from the National Secular Society of the UK. It rounds up the important news stories of the previous week, offering insight and opinion from the NSS and other sources.
Tasman District Council Lowdown
News items from council media releases and/or Newsline, a topical interview with a staff member or elected representative, plus a range of notices about activities and events in the Tasman District. Every Monday morning at 11:30, repeating Tuesday morning at 6:40 and Wednesday afternoon at 3:40. Sponsored by Tasman District Council.
Lines of Thought: Discoveries that Changed the World
Some of the world’s most valuable books and manuscripts – texts which have altered the very fabric of our understanding – will go on display in Cambridge this week as Cambridge University Library celebrates its 600th birthday with a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of its greatest treasures. - See more at:
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DIY Take control of your computer's annoying pop-up notifications Save your productivity.
This week in games: Shadow of the Tomb Raider confirmed, Witcher 3's Geralt joins Soulcalibur VI.
This magnetic dashboard phone mount is under $10 today.
Best Buy is selling an 8TB WD external hard drive for $40 off.
Best gaming keyboards: Our picks for the top budget, mid-tier, and RGB boards.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumors: In-display fingerprint sensor might not be happening.
Microsoft expects the 'majority of customers' to use Windows 10's S mode.
Windows 10's Sets will reappear in the fall Insider builds, with support for legacy apps.
Oculus Rifts worldwide temporarily break due to an expired certificate.
Windows ML will tap your PC hardware to smarten up Windows 10 apps with AI.
Samsung wants your TV to disappear.
Android P will have notch support and improve indoor mapping.
The Full Nerd episode 42: The future of Windows, and is cloud gaming any good?.
Reading the Android 'P' leaves: 5 things the beta could tell us about the Pixel 3.
Edit Your Writing On The Fly With Ginger Page Premium, Now 80% Off.
DIY How to save all the cool posts you find on social media Bookmark your favorite things.
Science You can thank the Madden-Julian Oscillation for this wild winter Swings in temperature are what the MJO does best.
Science People used to drill holes in their skulls, and we're still not sure why Myths about migraines have been greatly exaggerated.
Learn Microsoft Power BI, Excel, VBA, and Access For $29.
A 70% discount makes this color laser printer cheaper than used black-and-white printers.
DIY How to choose the best TV streaming device for you Find the right dongle.
Into the Breach review: Chess meets Starship Troopers in brilliant, bite-sized battles.
Space Meanwhile in space: Jupiter looks great and Mars is a dust heap Here's the most gorgeous space news you need to catch up on.
Gadgets A normal person's guide to buying an old film camera You don't have be an expert (or a hipster) to enjoy analog photography By Stan Horaczek posted Feb 23rd, 2018 at 5:00pm Pentax K1000 film camera
Science The Olympic sport most likely to kill you It's probably not skeleton.
Animals The critters of the deep sea may thrive on calamari Scientists found a squid graveyard swarming with scavengers.
Science The Grim Reaper does not care about the latest longevity study you saw on Facebook If it sounds too good to be true, maybe it is.
DIY Yogurt marinades make meat perfectly tenderhere's why It's all about that acid.
Popular Science Blogs Nexus Media News Februarys will continue to get warmer, which is good for picnics but bad for humans Our fingerprints are all over this week's record-breaking heat.
Gadgets Anker Sounbuds Curve are champions among cheap, wireless headphones These $30 headphones can go a long wayjust don't tell your audiophile friends.
Animals A fish that barely sleeps could help turn humans into all-night party animals The Mexican cavefish have no eyes, little pigment, and require about two hours of sleep per night to survive.
Gadgets Five rad and romantic ways to turn your home into a karaoke bar On Valentine's Day, warm up those pipes and start serenading.
DIY How to share photos without blasting them all over the internet Show off cute baby pics without losing your privacy.
Entertainment The strange history of the Olympic Torchand why it has to stay lit It's hard to keep a fire burning across a many-thousand-mile relay race.
Lightning nearly struck this kid.
Animals Meet the birds that work as wingmen for other males Welcome to the strange world of cooperative courtship.
Intel releases stable Spectre patches for Skylake PCs, recovering from a bad bout of bugs.
You can get a 3-port car charger for $7.40 today.
PCWorld's February Digital Magazine: Meltdown and Spectre security flaws.
The Full Nerd episode 40: How to survive the graphics card pricing crisis.
Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight 3 Review: A good e-reader trapped in a flawed device.
McAfee Total Protection review: A solid antivirus solution with room for improvement.
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