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An editor at . News junkie, avid reader, film buff, history enthusiast, fan of the great outdoors and bit of a science/tech nerd. Retweets ≠ approval.
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Dell Medical School Aug 10
Protect Texas Together is an app for students, staff and faculty to use when on campus this fall. Read more about the app's features that can help and how helped create it.
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⁩ “makes -powered that watches for risk and errors within business communications platforms such as office chats, email and customer service ticketing.”
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“The high positivity rates suggest that the is spreading not only through cities but also rural areas — that "we're going through a peak here in .’”
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David Forrest Aug 10
Major Matt Mason rides again!
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David Forrest Aug 10
: And possibly even hotter on other days this week ...
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NBC News Aug 9
When ‘Godzilla' premiered in Japan, many who watched left in tears. American audiences, however, had an opposite reaction. The stark contrast reflects how Hollywood took the Japanese concept and scrubbed it of its political message. (1/10)
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David Forrest Aug 9
Replying to @TexasMonthly
Here's a story about the Shakespeare's at Winedale's students effort to go ahead and put on a show (three, actually) via despite a plague's attempt to shut them down:
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David Forrest Aug 9
Replying to @NewsForrest
And fear not if you can't watch live tonight: 's 's at Winedale program also has recorded versions from earlier this summer of its socially distanced via productions of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Hamlet" on its website:
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David Forrest Aug 9
And now for something completely different: The Shakespeare at Winedale kids, in a show-must-go-on-spirit, are doing socially distanced via live version of "Henry IV, Part 1" at 8 p.m. tonight (8/9/20):
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David Forrest Aug 9
"The crew was conducting aerial surveys for desert bighorn sheep on ’s Black Gap Wildlife Management Area in Brewster County" east of .
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David Forrest Aug 9
"With America’s world’s-highest death toll of more than 160,000, its politicized resistance to masks and its rising caseload, European nations have barred American tourists."
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David Forrest Aug 9
“‘The true horror of nuclear weapons has not yet been adequately conveyed to the world at large’ despite struggle and efforts by hibakusha, or atomic bombing survivors, to make the last place of the tragedy.”
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The Washington Post Aug 9
5.1-magnitude earthquake strikes North Carolina, is felt hundreds of miles away
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David Forrest Aug 8
CEO said he hopes to have the factory running and the in production by late next year” in .
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Ken Herman Aug 8
“In private, the efforts to charm Mr. Trump were more pointed, according to a person familiar with the episode: Ms. Noem greeted him with a four-foot replica of Mount Rushmore that included a fifth presidential likeness: his.”
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McDonald Observatory Aug 8
Don't forget to join us tonight at 9:45PM CDT on our YouTube channel for our Live Deep Sky Tour Tour with your host Stephen Hummel! Can't make the stream? This event will be recorded and remain on our channel. Photo Credit: Stephen Hummel
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David Forrest Aug 8
A look at 's planned gigafactory's possible economic impact on the area of southeastern .
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David Forrest Aug 8
official: Huawei’s production has "no chips and no supply,"
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David Forrest Aug 8
Replying to @NewsForrest
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Stereoscopic History Aug 8
“The Graf Zeppelin, noise pointing southward over the Sahara Sands, circles the Pyramids of Gizeh.” On August 8, 1929, the departed the airfield in Lakehurst, New Jersey to begin the first successful round-the-world journey by an airship.
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