Matrix RSS News Feeds automatically captures content from other websites. RSS or XML is a format for syndicating news and the content of news-like sites, including major news sites like Wired News, news-oriented community sites like Slashdot, and personal weblogs. But it's not just for news.Pretty much anything that can be broken down into discrete items can be syndicated via RSS.
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How Social Media Endangers Knowledge
Social networks train us to focus on images and emotions, sapping the quest for knowledge.
Congress's New Bill Can't Eliminate Russian Influence Online
The Honest Ads Act increases transparency in online political ads. That's important. But it won't stop bad actors from exploiting open platforms.
Stranger Things Season 2: Q&A With Creators Matt and Ross Duffer
The writer-directors—and twin brothers—sit down to talk about the second season of their hit Netflix series.
Netflix’s 'The Punisher' Is Coming Sooner Than You Think
Netflix's new trailer finally reveals when Marvel antihero Frank Castle will be crashing into your living room.
Weevil Sex and 19 Other 'Ew'-Inducing Microscope Photos
Nature is much spookier when you see it up close—especially when it includes bug sex.
Tech Tree Board Games Buying Guide: Mega Civilization, Innovation, Leaving Earth, Pandemic, Power Grid, Netrunner
A look at some of the best tech-centric board games and card games that use tech tree decision-making.
FCC Shouldn't Give Up on Reforming Inmate Phone Services
Opinion: Phone calls from prison cost far too much. The FCC should intervene to help this broken market.
How Scientists Predict If a Spacecraft Will Fall and Kill You
Welcome to the supremely fascinating world of object reentry risk analysis.
To Survive the Streets, Self-Driving Cars Must Learn to Think Like Humans
Cracking the "freezing robot" problem requires machine learning and a human-like understanding of how the world works.
Could San Francisco Get the Oil Industry to Pay for Climate Change?
The city has to shore up its seawalls and modify its sewer systems to fight back rising tides. And it's suing Big Petroleum over the bill.
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