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Famed 'A Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash, wife killed in taxi crash, police say

NJ.com – Myles Ma | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com – MONROE — John Forbes Nash Jr., the Princeton University mathematician whose life story was the subject of the film 'A Beautiful Mind,' and his wife of nearly 60 years died Saturday in a taxi crash on the New Jersey Turnpike, police said.
Ajit Pai RIP, John Nash: @NobelPrize winner and inspiration for "A Beautiful Mind" a giant of 20th century mathematics. t.co/2NB2u5Ho3J
Breaking News No charges expected in NJ Turnpike crash that killed John Nash, prosecutor's spokesman says - @noahyc t.co/16w7xmVgRi
Katie Roof John Nash, who inspired "A Beautiful Mind," dies in car crash. So sad t.co/V6BqTB17Dp
David Wessel RT @BreakingNews: 'A Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash and his wife killed in New Jersey Turnpike crash, police say - @njdotcom t.co/0ZK6SsUj5d
BuzzFeed News "A Beautiful Mind" mathematician John Nash & wife Alicia killed in New Jersey taxi crash, @njdotcom reports t.co/2srVeE6GPf
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In Busy Silicon Valley, Protein Powder Is in Demand

nytimes.com Brian X. Chen (@bxchen) – May 24 – SAN FRANCISCO — Every night, the software developer Aaron Melocik follows a precise food routine. He blends together half a gallon of water, three and a half tablespoons of macadamia nut oil and a 16-ounce bag of powder called Schmoylent.
the grugq RT @StartupLJackson: There's a point at which more work doesn't make more startup. That point is well before no-time-for-food territory. t.co/USi5vmFBOA
Gabe Rivera Tweet poll: does anyone (who's not a Soylent investor/employee) know a single person in Silicon Valley who does this? t.co/w1VdmD3KUo
The New York Times The new techie diet: Schmoylent, Soylent, Schmilk and People Chow t.co/uDmwyM80ph
NYT Business Could you forgo meals for a drinkable protein shake? In Silicon Valley, that answer is yes: t.co/HGAdm087P3 t.co/gW5cK0JLzf
a16z RT @soylent: The @nytimes technology reporter @bxchen has written a great article about Soylent and the powderedfood market t.co/UvfTPpLsgo
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NSA bulk phone records collection to end despite USA Freedom Act fail

theguardian.com – Spencer Ackerman – May 23, 6:34 AM – Even as the Senate remains at an impasse over the future of US domestic surveillance powers, the National Security Agency will be legally unable to collect US phone records in bulk by the time Congress returns from its Memorial Day vacation. The…
William Turton RT @zackwhittaker: Quietly, the NSA's bulk phone records collection ended this weekend t.co/HEw0s4u7e3
Maria Popova RT @sacca: This is as close as Congress will ever come to saying, "Thank you, Edward Snowden." t.co/OrjQGR5iGN t.co/LSrw8sXlMb
Chris Sacca This is as close as Congress will ever come to saying, "Thank you, Edward Snowden." t.co/OrjQGR5iGN t.co/LSrw8sXlMb
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John F. Nash Jr., Mathematician Whose Life Story Inspired 'A Beautiful Mind,' Dies at 86

nytimes.com Erica Goode (@egoode) – May 24 – John F. Nash Jr., a mathematician who shared a Nobel Prize in 1994 for work that greatly extended the reach and power of modern economic theory and whose decades-long descent into severe mental illness and eventual recovery were the subject of a…
The New York Times John F. Nash Jr., the mathematician whose life story inspired "A Beautiful Mind," dies at 86 t.co/jIGWAOiDsM t.co/SVTXKfNCmR
David Epstein "The man is a genius." John and Alicia Nash pass away in car accident t.co/GBiqFytg34
The New York Times John F. Nash Jr., the mathematician whose life story inspired "A Beautiful Mind," dies at 86 t.co/Hry0wardIi t.co/xgS278T7GA
Harvey Araton RT @nytimes: Breaking News: John Nash, Nobel-Winning Mathematician Portrayed in 'A Beautiful Mind,' Dies in Crash t.co/Hb5UQ9Wiyj
David Wessel Here's the NYTimes obit for John F. Nash Jr, Nobel laureate of "A Beautiful Mind": t.co/02FneeC9RD
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Behind the Downfall at BlackBerry

bits.blogs.nytimes.com – Ian Austen – May 24 – Ever since Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis stepped down as co-chairmen and co-chief executives of BlackBerry, neither has spoken much in public about the once-dominant smartphone maker's fall into near market obscurity. The two and many others…
NYT Business A Q&A with the authors of 'Losing the Signal," a book about the rise and fall of BlackBerry. t.co/JJzjVtMm3g
ashwin navin #blackberry ceo's 1st impression of iPhone "this will never work, the network can't sustain it." great insight here: t.co/ctJkPzI0bn
Dan Kaminsky t.co/doLPIt3a8s Crazy story whines about carriers suffering massive "wealth transfer" when avg revenue tripled t.co/7fZWiGFnY1
Marc Andreessen "Carriers have seen their clout significantly diminished -- one of the greatest wealth transfers in our generation." t.co/IrL7MY69rK
Marc Andreessen "What they misunderstood is that the consumer demand would make carriers invest in their networks." t.co/IrL7MY69rK
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Fusion Media Aims at Millennials, but Struggles to Find Its Identity

nytimes.com – Ravi Somaiya – May 24 – In 2011, when Isaac Lee, president of news for Univision, set out to persuade his company and Disney to back Fusion, a digital news service and cable channel he wanted to start, he promised nothing less than the holy grail: young viewers for the…
NYT Business Fusion covets a young audience, but its website traffic has been anemic at times. t.co/Z5SLJEMn3A t.co/ZPGCwhZ6PD
The New York Times Fusion Media Aims at Millennials, but Struggles to Find Its Identity t.co/ODGhKPotJh
NYT Business .@ThisIsFusion has grown quickly, but the company still struggles to define itself. t.co/BzJTFB0Z7D t.co/0Zxvs2njho
Om Malik RT @gabrielsherman: Wow the New York Times is basically saying Fusion has bombed t.co/w7KJotKgOB
Brian Stelter RT @gabrielsherman: Wow the New York Times is basically saying Fusion has bombed t.co/w7KJotKgOB
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Amazon to Stop Funneling European Sales Through Low-Tax Haven

nytimes.com – Mark Scott – May 24 – In the continuing battle between European and American tech companies, score one for Europe. In a move that could put pressure on its rivals to follow suit, Amazon will start paying taxes in a number of European countries where it has large…
Marc Andreessen "Do business in the EU! It's an integrated economic zone with free movement of goods & capital!" "BUT NOT TAXES!!!" t.co/JbrgMRfZk7
Techmeme Amazon to stop funneling Europe sales through Luxembourg, increasing its tax burden t.co/cm7t6ZooSa t.co/OGviPECy6i
The New York Times Amazon to Stop Funneling European Sales Through Low-Tax Haven t.co/WtGCVQ6bGo
NYT Business Amazon to Stop Funneling European Sales Through Low-Tax Haven t.co/wVFa2CX9QV
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Basically unaffordable

Economist – May 20 – Add this article to your reading list by clicking this button WITH cash-strapped governments around the world looking for ways to cut welfare bills and reduce deficits, it might seem an odd time to consider a generous new universal benefit. Yet the…
The Economist Why the Green Party is wrong to support a "basic income" for all t.co/8rFv8SD6uy t.co/hVLEJnW8GH
The Economist Why the Green Party is wrong to support a "basic income" for all t.co/3gAiVR9vRA t.co/WM0fkHIUAS
The Economist Why a "basic income" for all is a bad idea for all t.co/tYlFxlXyqj t.co/3yo7LBM6PO
The Economist Why a "basic income" for all is a bad idea for all t.co/rIJu53kiA2 t.co/f2rDc04CA6
Hacker News 20 Replacing welfare payments with basic income for all is alluring, but exp t.co/3FzUO8UDNe (t.co/c2RQxEgtaC)
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Who Controls Sumner Redstone?

vanityfair.com – William D. Cohan – Once, it seemed believable that Sumner Redstone would never die, but today the 91-year-old tycoon rarely leaves his L.A. estate. With the fate of Redstone's estimated $6.4 billion empire—including his controlling interests in Viacom and…
Mathew Ingram RT @mediagazer: Future of Viacom and CBS unclear as 91-year-old majority owner Sumner Redstone fades t.co/gg8xlD4Xxh t.co/Yx9xHkvw06
Rich Greenfield RT @WilliamCohan: Here it is, what you have been waiting for: the real story about Sumner Redstone! t.co/TsxGLO8UgW
Brian Stelter RT @WilliamCohan: Here it is, what you have been waiting for: the real story about Sumner Redstone! t.co/TsxGLO8UgW
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John Nash, 'A Beautiful Mind' Subject and Nobel Winner, Dies at 86

nytimes.com Erica Goode (@egoode) – May 24 – John F. Nash Jr., a mathematician who shared a Nobel Prize in 1994 for work that greatly extended the reach and power of modern economic theory and whose decades-long descent into severe mental illness and eventual recovery were the subject of a…
NYT Business John F. Nash Jr., Math Genius Defined by a 'Beautiful Mind,' Dies at 86 t.co/sSvhmqkkkP
The New York Times The NYT obituary for John Nash, Nobel winner and the subject of "A Beautiful Mind" t.co/FYehaqkjXo t.co/A81moRIZ1R
Maria Popova Beautiful NYT obituary for mathematician John Nash, who inspired 'A Beautiful Mind,' killed in a car crash at 86 t.co/2kspMcOCJx
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