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10 amazing scientific facts about list-based news articles

0 Lake and Forest update offers hints of progress

The developer of the future 20-story Lake and Forest high-rise continues to hear positive feedback from the financial community, according to Oak Park's Business Services Manager Loretta Daly, who relayed the information to the village board at its Feb.
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Wars on editing Wikipedia articles, uncovered

Our model identifies the different types of behaviours according to two main parameters: the reposition rate of editors as time goes by; and the level of tolerance, that is, how different your opinion must be on the written article so that you decide
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Starbucks gets frothy NY Times digital deal

Customers who are logged into the Starbucks Digital Network in its US shops will be able to access up to three articles from five separate sections per day, including top news, business and technology. The move comes with the US daily moving to tighten
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White House Calls for Free Access to Articles That Are Based on Publicly …

Authored by John P. Holdren, director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, the memo was prompted by a We the Peoplepetition calling for free digital access to scientific articles that are based on taxpayer-funded research. “The
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10 amazing scientific facts about list-based news articles

List-based articles are very popular on the internet. Here are 10 amazing scientific facts that help explain this. People like lists of things. They're everywhere on the internet. You name any subject matter you can think of, odds are there's a list
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