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What might our 92-year old mother regret the most?

What might our 92-year old mother regret the most? – donvy – Medium

What might our 92-year old mother regret the most? – donvy – Mediumhttps://medium.com/@donvy/what-might-our-92-year-old-mother-regret-the-most-9465e99bbed0Since we all share some form of the longevity gene from our parents, we might as well prepare for the inevitable slow, painful spiral into…

Palace: Aquino ‘partly to blame’ for culture of impunity

donvy: Filipino people ‘largely to blame’ for all past and present elected officials’ culture of impunity.

Palace: Aquino ‘partly to blame’ for culture of impunity | Inquirer News

Palace: Aquino ‘partly to blame’ for culture of impunity | Inquirer Newshttp://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1016034/palace-aquino-partly-to-blame-for-culture-of-impunityFormer President Benigno Aquino III is partly to blame for the culture of impunity in the country because he failed to do enough to address incidents of media killings during his term.

LEGO’s ‘Plants from Plants’ set is the first to be comprised entirely of sustainable bricks

Finally! Welcome, LEGO, to the 20th century! After churning out tons and tons of plastics, you have finally seen the light! Did it have to take microplastics finding their way into our  bodies via the ENTIRE FOOD CHAIN? Did you make enough money off ’em? At what cost? The delightful elation from children laying bricks? Or the agonizing screech from rushing adults as they unwittingly jab flesh through sharp cornered blocks? </donvy>

LEGO’s ‘Plants from Plants’ set is the first to be comprised entirely of sustainable bricks | 9to5Toys

LEGO’s ‘Plants from Plants’ set is the first to be comprised entirely of sustainable bricks | 9to5Toyshttps://9to5toys.com/2018/07/02/lego-sustainable-plant-bricks/In what may be the perfect introduction set for the series of sustainable bricks, LEGO will be debuting the new pieces in a miniature Plants from Plants kit that includes an assortment of different plants, grass and greenery. The set contains 29 pieces and will be available later this year.

Google Removes ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Clause From Its Code of Conduct

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Google’s unofficial motto has long been the simple phrase “don’t be evil.” But that’s over, according to the code of conduct that Google distributes to its employees. The phrase was removed sometime in late April or early May, archives hosted by the Wayback Machine show.

18 Twitter Accounts Every Web Designer Should Follow

18 Twitter Accounts Every Web Designer Should Follow in 2018 | Webdesigner Depot

18 Twitter Accounts Every Web Designer Should Follow in 2018 | Webdesigner Depothttps://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2018/05/18-twitter-accounts-every-web-designer-should-follow-in-2018/?ref=donvy.comWhen you think about social media marketing for your web design business, you may be inclined to focus on platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Dribbble. After all, visuals play a major part in the conversations that take place there and you are in the business of creating engaging visual content.

Why you should change your Twitter and GitHub passwords now

Why you should change your Twitter and GitHub passwords now

Why you should change your Twitter and GitHub passwords nowhttps://www.androidpolice.com/2018/05/04/change-twitter-github-passwords-now/?ref=donvy.comIt’s time to update your Twitter and GitHub passwords. Both services have confirmed that usernames and passwords were saved unmasked in plain text in internal logs. This is not a security breach, but users are advised to create a new password as a precautionary measure. by Killian Bell in News, Twitter