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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 July 2021

* New 600km-372-Mph Maglev Train Rolls Off the Assembly Line in China >>
* Super Heavy Booster 3 Static Fires for the First Time | SpaceX Boca Chica >>
* Jet turbine-powered flying motorcycle which can travel 300 mph and has a price tag of $380,000 completes first flight testing >>

* Jeff Bezos appreciates your efforts to get Jeff Bezos to space >>
* The real problem with Jeff Bezos and other billionaires going to space >>
* As Jeff Bezos Takes Off, Where Is the Space Industry Headed? >>
* Blue Origin completes its first crewed spaceflight with Bezos onboard >>
* Rewatch: Blue Origin Launches Jeff Bezos to Space on First Crewed New Shepard Mission >>

* Dow Rebounds After Biggest One-Day Decline in Months >>
* Commentary: U.S. sanctions nothing but bluff and bluster >>
* Dropbox makes automatic camera uploads available to all free users >>

* Communal Computing’s Many Problems : Where user-centric computing goes wrong >>
* The digital mismatch: Companies know they’re vulnerable to digital disruption. >>
* China unveils design for first waterless nuclear reactor >>

* New AI-Based Augmented Innovation Tool Promises to Transform Engineer Problem Solving >>
* COVID-19 Forced Us All to Experiment. What Have We Learned? >>
* China Secretly Flew A Space Plane That Takes Off Vertically Like A Rocket >>

* First Total Artificial Heart Successfully Transplanted In the US >>
* Why the Olympic Games should be scrapped forever >>
* Walmart, Ikea, and Amazon have a dirty shipping problem >>

* The Problem With TikTok’s “Pick-Me Girl” Trend Is More Complicated Than You Think >>
* Russia Successfully Tests Tsirkon, Its Hypersonic Cruise Missile >>
* This New Electric Car Mines Crypto While It Charges >>

* Betting on the Olympics is open for the first time to millions of Americans >>
* Quartz Daily Brief: Oregon Inferno, Bezos In Space, Pure Shellfish-Ness >>
* The Age of Cheap Stuff is Over >>
* Americans’ Medical Debts Are Bigger Than Was Known, Totaling $140 Billion >>

* Dependency Confusion: How Easy Is It to Hack Into Organizations & What Are the Available Solutions? >>
* How Data-Driven Secure DevOps Influences People, Processes, and Technology >>
* Bren Briggs, Hypergiant | CUBE Conversation, July 2021 >>

* ‘iPad mini 6’ rumored to use same A15 chip as ‘iPhone 13’ range >>
* Low Pay, No Benefits, Rude Customers: Restaurant Workers Quit At Record Rate >>
* SQLLite: 35% Faster Than The Filesystem >>

* Why Agile Will Continue to Fail >>
* Burnout? Nope. Bore-Out. >>
* Is Your Test Automation on Track? Maintenance is the key >>

* GitHub Copilot sparks debates around open-source licenses >>
* Hard to see how paying ransoms ever ends well: Telstra CEO >>
* VzLinux Is the RHEL-based Linux Operating System You’ve Never Heard of >>
* Microservices at scale: A complexity management issue >>

* Apple Arcade is getting a musical take on Tetris >>
* China unveils 600 kph superfast maglev train >>
* Did COVID-19 Leak From a Lab? It’s Complicated >>

* Naomi Kawase’s Olympic film promises to be like nothing you’ve ever seen before >>
* The latest on the Covid-19 pandemic as Olympics approach >>
* Calling out China for cyberattacks is risky — but a lawless digital world is even riskier >>

* ‘The fashion industry should be as diverse as its consumers’ >>
* Global Economics Intelligence executive summary, June 2021 >>
* IBM’s new AI tool figures out exactly how much carbon each tree can capture >>

* Covid patients urge public to ‘be careful’ as restrictions ease >>
* Why returning to office will be 10 times harder than the transition to working from home >>
* Delta Variant Now Accounts for 83% of U.S. Cases >>
* Australia’s covid-free status crumbles as delta variant takes hold >>

* Can A.I. Grade Your Next Test? >>
* Imagine an AI with an imagination >>
* 11 powerful websites that can replace your desktop software >>

* YouTube acquires Indian social commerce startup Simsim >>
* How an Unproven Alzheimer’s Drug Got Approved >>
* why is Pluto worth visiting again? >>

* Season 4, Episode 12: The Great Re-Norming >>
* Ignoring Intel Rumors, GlobalFoundries Will Do $1-billion Expansion >>
* Are 5G-connected cars the future of driving? >>

* 12 Robotics Teams Will Hunt For (Virtual) Subterranean Artifacts >>
* NSF Engineering Alliance to Help Set Course for Research >>
* We Need to Fix Space Junk Before It’s Too Late >>

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