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  1. It's on its way and will be delivered on Thursday!
  2. Beijing won't do that, but they will significantly curtail their purchasing of Treasuries which will push the interest cost up.
  3. The package could be applied to more than 100 products, which Trump argues were developed by using trade secrets the Chinese stole from U.S. companies or forced them to hand over in exchange for market access.
  4. God of War previews arrive next week

    I thought that this was amusing (Verge and Polygon have the same parent company): Verge: There are still some cracks in the facade, though. God of War is a very linear game, right down to the obviously marked walls and ledges that Kratos can climb over. Sure, there are some light environmental puzzles and a couple hidden rooms, but it’s still a very directed experience. With the trend in big-budget games moving toward giving players more freedom, the strict paths of God of War feel a little outdated in 2018. Polygon: My compulsiveness wouldn’t ordinarily factor into playing a game like this; the previous God of War titles were aggressively linear, for the most part. The new God of War is much more open, though Barlog has stressed that he had no intention of making an open-world game.
  5. We need to take baby steps. We can't just jump to "guillotine Zuckerberg and his entire C-suite in front of the Lincoln Memorial" right off the bat!
  6. The extra $500/month and she watches Inuk when I go away.
  7. Tinder sues Bumble (dating apps)

    Considering that Whitney Wolfe Herd, the founder and CEO of Bumble, was also a co-founder of Tinder, I'm not surprised that some glaring similarities are present. She left Tinder under less-than-amicable circumstances as well: In June 2014, she sued Tinder for sexual harassment, alleging that her ex-boss and ex-boyfriend Justin Mateen called her a "whore" and "gold digger" and bombarded her with threatening and derogatory text messages, which she attached to her complaint. She also alleged that Tinder, owned by IAC and then by its Match Group spinoff, had wrongly stripped her of a cofounder title. The company denied any wrongdoing, but Mateen was suspended and then resigned. Sean Rad, then the CEO of Tinder, told Forbes in 2014 that Herd bore part of the blame for the bad blood between her and Mateen. The suit was quickly settled for a sum that Forbes previously reported to be approximately $1 million. (The settlement bars the parties from discussing the case.)
  8. U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar, a Democrat from Minnesota and John Kennedy, a Republican from Louisiana, have called on the chairman of the Judiciary Committee to bring in technology company CEOs, including from Twitter Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google, for public questioning.
  9. Microsoft are adding further utility to their AI hardware acceleration API, WinML. The goal is to create more intelligent, more beautiful, and even more difficult videogames.
  10. From Polygon: Update 2: Following Nvidia’s announcement, a spokesperson for the company’s chief competitor, AMD, reached out to Polygon to note that the firm is also working with Microsoft on this kind of technology, although AMD’s statement did not explicitly mention the DirectX Raytracing API. One of AMD’s sessions at GDC 2018 focuses on real-time ray tracing techniques that can deliver “high performance on any combination of CPU and GPUs.” “AMD is collaborating with Microsoft to help define, refine and support the future of DirectX12 and ray tracing,” the statement reads. AMD added, “We’re looking forward to discussing with game developers their ideas and feedback related to PC-based ray tracing techniques for image quality, effects opportunities, and performance.”
  11. Uber has suspended the self-driving program pending investigation.