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…As restaurant reviews go, it’s hardly up there with the late, great AA Gill. But for, say, TripAdvisor or Yelp, it’s standard fare. However, there is something very different about this review. It’s written by a robot.
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Individuals who worked for Putin’s Internet Research Agency in St. Petersburg were required to watch the hit Netflix series to help them craft messages to “set up the Americans against their own government,” reports Yahoo News. The information comes from an alleged troll going by the name of “Maksim” who says he worked in the agency’s elite English language department. The troll, who said he worked at the IRA in 2015 said their main message was to focus on the Clinton’s past scandals and stoke discontent about President Obama and the U.S. government. “We had a goal to set up the Americans against their own government. To cause unrest, cause discontent [and] lower [President] Obama’s rating,” the troll told a Russian news agency.

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A team of Belgian researchers has discovered the vulnerability, which allows attackers to eavesdrop Wi-Fi traffic passing between computers and access points, reports ArsTechnica. The exploit is known as KRACK, or Key Reinstallation Attacks. KRACK reportedly hijacks data being sent over the network by interrupting the third step in a four-way “handshake” that creates a key for encrypted data. The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team recently contacted about 100 organizations ahead of the official announcement of the vulnerability.
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Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde recently brought his Waterlicht installation to the UK. This captioned movie shows how it uses lighting projections to recreate the visual sensation of a flood, to raise awareness about rising sea levels.
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French designer Ora Ïto has cut and pieced together over 400 wooden slats to create this staircase, which twists up the Paris offices for one of the world’s largest luxury companies.

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The newly re-opened Simon Lévelt store on the Ferdinand Bolstraat in Amsterdam is all about exploring the world of tea and coffee, but most of all your own taste. A contemporary retail space no longer centred around over-the-counter sales, but instead an open invitation for tea and coffee lovers to come in and explore their personal preferences. With the company being passed down through six generations, Simon Lévelt has had a presence on Dutch high streets for almost two hundred years. The brand has built its reputation by showing an evident passion for sourcing the best coffee beans and tea leaves from every corner of the globe.
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It seems like everyone is concerned about their health and wellness, more than ever before. An entire industry has popped up around people’s need to feel better, get healthier, and live longer. Examples of this can be found in all sorts of markets, with innovation across the board. It’s not just fitness and food–it’s beauty, biotech, travel, and even politics. Wellness is more than a trend. It’s a movement.
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Haf Studio has recently created a restaurant and bar interior crafted by the local atmosphere, yet influenced by the hospitable nature of Italian cuisine. Mat Bar is another example where the design is informed by its context, as everything from the forks to the light fixtures has been produced by local craftsmen. Behind its unassuming concrete façade, Mat Bar’s bright-green counter and graphic floor tiles impart an unexpected warmth and charm to the interior. Located in a neighbourhood of Reykjavík which has recently undergone a revival, Mat Bar exudes a fresh and inviting atmosphere that complements this context.
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Netflix is set to report its latest earnings on Monday. Those quarterly headlines tend to contain positive news for the streaming video giant–about its subscriber growth, especially–but what should we expect as the company preps its letter to investors for Q3?
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The buzz around coffee is growing, particularly among the so-called third wave coffee lovers, according to new Foursquare research on foot-traffic patterns and store visits. While pumpkin spice and eggnog lattes still drive a lot of coffee shop traffic–with brand loyalists picking up their favorite drinks at Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, and the like–growth was largely driven …
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Delta Air Lines is about to get rid of one of the many aggravations of modern air travel—needing to check in for a flight that you already chose, purchased, and confirmed. The company is going to start automatically checking in passengers who have its app. Can we get a non-ironic fist bump from the frequent travelers?
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The 8 Nespresso-compatible pods sit in a card tray made from a single sheet of 100% recycled fibre board, folded double to use as little material as possible, maintain structural integrity and occupy less space. The trays slide into a sleeve of either red, orange or black card with a foil embossed illustration, variety name and coffee strength indicator in black, gold or silver. For the subscription service, these are posted out in robust white corrugated board boxes sealed with a branded sticker.

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