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Just warning: Troll hunt is not a light reading range. It starts with journalist Ginger Gorman mingle with Twitter's spicy message on a recent double murder and ends with her confession that the book's writing has left her in tatters. But the intervening pages are the most well documented and comprehensive trolling work I've seen in years. Despite its darkness, the book is a special kind of balm for people who have been victims of online harassment: when your world is on fire and no one seems to notice it, it's a relief to see somebody who's been in trouble. a recognize the flames. You do not have to take my word for it. In the weeks following the publication of the book, Gorman was flooded with favorable support. #trollhuntingselfies from around the world. "The pictures were a kind of medicine for me," says Gorman. "The emitters of selfies want the Internet to be a place where we can have a voice and different opinions without being tracked online." Most of us, although this is not always the case. In Troll hunt, Gorman has ideas on how to get there. –Emma Gray Ellis
Release date: April 16
Most people know one thing about Melinda Gates: She's Bill's wife. Maybe they also know that she is a philanthropist through the charitable foundation that bears their name. In part, this ignorance is due to the fact that Gates has been a very private person throughout his years at Microsoft and half of one of the world's richest couples. In his new brief, The moment of emergenceGates finally opens and we get an intimate look at his career, his marriage and his slow adoption of feminism. The purpose of the book is to explain how Gates came to the conclusion that help women get up around the world is the best way to raise all humanity. It's a noble idea and shared by many people, but what makes the book so fascinating is Gates' honesty about the time it took to understand and accept l & # 39; idea. She talks about her privilege and class, her religious beliefs and her parenting struggles. She takes you around the world to meet people who have opened her eyes. It's a story of change and a plan to entice people and organizations to accept progress. –Emily Dreyfuss
Release date: April 23
Say what you want about the current state of technology – the Alexa who knows all your favorite songs, algorithms that rank everyday life. Ian McEwan wants
understand what comes next. In Machines like me, McEwan confronts another reality: Alan Turing is still alive, artificial intelligence is human to Go Back in 1968, and people are lining up to buy the next big thing: the first humans to have an AI available in trade, appropriately named "Adam" and Eve. "The novel follows two Londoners who explore this uncertain future with their new Adam.A robot, even very good, can he have a conscience? Should we program the AI to our image or should we give our machines a stronger morality? Part love story, part alternative story, part theory of the mind, Machines like me puts readers face to face (artificially) with questions that will define the near future of AI. Whether you love the feelings, fear the technology or just a beautiful love story (which includes, of course, human-machine sex), it's a book that you'll be thinking about all over the world. ;summer. -Arielle Pardes
Release date: April 23
First Emily Oster came for pregnancy. Now she is here to disrupt the mega-industry of bad parenting advice. His first book, Expect to better, armed women with
the data we needed to decide if a cup of coffee was really going to hurt our unborn babies. An economist who lives and analyzes the data, Oster wrote this book when she was pregnant for the first time and realized that the advice she received was full of junk food, old women like that and radical and lazy conclusions. Not only accepting the results of Google, she herself explored the literature on the risk of pregnancy, took stock of what we know and what is not, and presented the facts in a simple way. Now she has turned her systematic approach to parenting young children and all the myths surrounding this heavy human endeavor. Will the spanking ruin your child? Does the time spent in front of the screen melt your child's brain? If you stop breastfeeding, are you a bad mother? Oster presents the scientific data on the big issues that parents face today. A humorous writer, the Oster Book is an easy read that you can sit back and enjoy in one sitting. Or use it as a reference when you have a question like Can I let my baby sleep next to me just this time so that I do not become crazy about sleep deprivation? (Answer: Probably, yes!) –Emily Dreyfuss
Release date: April 23
I always read the thank you section of a book first, even when it is hiding at the back. Raw, unpublished, vulnerable, puts me in the head of the author and it is gone.
Seanan McGuire begins his, for his new fantasy novel middlegame, with this: "History is the basis of something I have been thinking about for years: it was a long time ago that I did not have the writing skills yet." A perfect tease! If you know McGuire's work, you know that she's very skilled, her series of novels awarded by Hugo, Rebellious childrenimagine what happens too early to all the children who have been ejected from their worlds in Narnia. (The first one calls Every heart a door, a terrible title for an otherwise formidable period.) Thus, she admits the frightening and belated ambition of middlegame, the story of two amazing brothers and sisters, makes me think immediately, OK, this book is going to be great. Then I go back to the beginning of the book, which is actually the end book VII: The End. Say what? Book VII? First line: "There is so much blood." Oh yes Read McGuire is like this: a boldness that does not feel reckless, but is carefully thought through. Genius, in other words, won by modesty, the best. -Jason Kehe
Release date: May 7
A thousand writers (myself included) imagined the Internet as the great equalizer, carrier of digital democracy, a place where local activists can stand alongside traditional brokers and have an equal chance of being heard . Even though the Internet has turned to Russian-influenced dystopia, the optimistic view has persisted unchallenged, probably because I really wanted it to be true. Then sociologist Jen Schradie delivered fast blow to my cerebral cortex. "Not only does technology fail to erase barriers to organize movements," she writes. "It can make things worse." Ouch I do not like it. Also: she may be right. In The revolution that was notSchradie explains that, while Black Lives Matter and #MeToo make headlines, conservative conservative groups have traditionally used digital tools to create tangible change. It may not be the Internet culture you want, but it's probably the one you need. –Emma Gray Ellis
Release date: May 13 (Amazon)
The "Dodge" of the last stop of the speculative titan, although this one is relatively skinny of 880 pages, will be family for the fans of 2011 Ream. MMO of middle age
The founder Richard Forthrast is indeed back, just like his niece Zula. (L & # 39; fall only recognizes his predecessor in passing, so this is by no means a prerequisite.) As a classic thriller nowadays, Ream was maybe a little more accessible than a lot of Neal StephensonWork, but here it comes down to looking back and forth in equal measure. When a stroke causes the brain death of Forthrast, it will be dictated that it will be preserved cryogenically, which will result in the scanning and downloading of all of its connectome. In the real world, technology continues to evolve, so does the consciousness of "Bitworld"; over time, a spirit is joined by others and a civilization begins again. L & # 39; fall is at eleven sci-fi and fantastic, with quantum computing allowing what's magical, and while Stephenson is turning to a plausible view of our near future, I'm out of his most comfortable position in the link of uncertainty where this future is past and we rewrite our own apocryphal. Vintage Stephenson, that is, he does not look like anything he's ever written. –Peter Rubin
Release date: June 4th
Nnedi Okorafor You have never hesitated to tell his story. She was a student athlete who came from a partially paralyzed spine operation, an experience that
opened the door to a sci-fi writer's career Africanfuturist (his favorite descriptor). (New readers should start with it Binti news, in which a young Himba woman merges with a foreign jellyfish and saves the world.) In this TED book, published extensions of some lectures given by some speakers of TED-Okorafor commit her personal journey on paper, an act that often leads to surprising observations and beautiful commentary on the impending cyborgianism of humanity. The most memorable could be her story of when she realizes she can not feel her legs. "I burst out of my body," she writes – and I will not ruin the rest. It's a visceral, painful writing, serving hope and resilience. The message of the book is simple: setbacks can lead to breakthroughs, but not less valuable. -Jason Kehe
Release date: June 18
It is almost impossible not to mention The stall by describing the exuberant and prolific author
the last novel, and for good reason: when people start to separate from their family, apparently unaware of their environment, battle lines are formed around them. What is a long and winding road trip through America today's hyperparty, accompanied by the double pandemic of uncertainty and creepy patriotism. Chuck Wendig There is not much time for metaphor (what is the ultimate cause of wandering), which sometimes makes The vagrants Trump's satire was easy and reflective, but he's also a good student to know how to make a ripping thread, and here he is. The story (a lot) and the character (many) walk hand in hand, even if you do not know why they are doing it or where they are going, you are ready to follow them until the end. end -Peter Rubin
Release date: July 2nd
A number of books have been called "godpunk" but Suyi Davies Okungbowanovel can be the platonic ideal duifical of the subgenre: from his title to his plot to his
laconic prose but alive, DMG associates Yoruba cosmology with the hard-black sensibility of cyberpunk. Mogo is, yes, a hunter of gods, but that's because he's a demi-god himself; even then, his powers are limited, so even if a pantheon is worth Orishas you fell to Earth in Lagos, he is best placed to collect disturbing money. Until I agree to capture the twin Ibeji for a powerful wizard and that I succeed enough to immediately regret his decision. What is assured and archy, disturbing and quite enjoyable – a promising start to one of the most promising new voices of the growing coterie of African writers SFF. Sorcery in profusion, but fortunately no swords to find. -Peter Rubin
Release date: July 9th
Since Sex, drugs and cocoas, Chuck Klosterman you have proven that your ability to contextualize the current moment of pop culture is unparalleled. With his
Lately, Klosterman is formulating his Generation X views on the present and the future led by Trump. Most stories of "imaginary fiction" are very short, about a few pages long, but the vignettes cover everything from class, sex and race to the anxieties that may arise from talking about these things. . They are also deliciously disturbing; "Cat Person", for example, is the story of an assailant who attacks people using a cat infected with a mutated form of Toxoplasma gondii, the parasite that makes rats not afraid of felines and has a nebula link to schizophrenia in humans. (It is not known if this story received its title before or after the virus New Yorker piece of the same name.) Bred in captivity is as funny, thoughtful and disconcerting as it is a bit uncomfortable to read, and if this is not the current ethics of pop culture, what about? -Angela Watercutter
Release date: July 16th
Linguistic evolution, and for those who have used the Internet over the past two or three decades, it has evolved at an astronomical pace. With Because the Internetlinguist
-And Wired Contributor–Gretchen McCulloch explains how online jargon, from GIF emoticons to acronyms such as "lol" and "omg", has become an essential element of modern communication. It is also an analog window on how the evolution of digital communication reflects changes in the use of words that have occurred over generations. "Internet linguistics is not just a cool recent memes study," writes McCulloch, "it's a deeper look at the everyday language that we've never seen. new light on classic language issues, how do new words come in? When did people start saying that, where do we say that? "You'll be fascinated to see how she responds to them. -Angela Watercutter
Release date: July 23
What are you doing after breaking the conventions? That's the challenge R. F. Kuang getting ready for his debut in 2018, The poppy war. In this book,
Kuang rocked the readers in a spooky family story: a gifted and sad young orphan goes to the school of magic and strives to undo all his expectations and settle down half-way . The result was pure chaos, a supernatural rewrite of China's military history in which our main character manufactures psychedelic drugs in the middle of a battle and in the end commits mass genocide. With, for example, the following Harry Potter books, J. K. Rowling could simply send Harry back to Hogwarts several times. With The republic of the dragonKuang can not send his hero Rin back to Sinegard. In fact, it's not even clear that Rin is so heroic (again: genocide). His story is refreshing, shocking, and there is a kind of invisible Phoenix fire god who controls everything. See the horizons of fantasy expand. -Jason Kehe
Release date: August 6
Space travel creates about 17 billion science fiction novels and colonizes four new planets, but Temi Ohinfancy
occupies the less populated moat between the two: a ship en route to an uncertain future. (Not a generation ship, either, a trope that itself receives about a billion dollars.) Six teenagers and four adults embark on a 23-year journey to the nearest candidate for human settlement , establishing a tinged character of YA, an animated reading that is rarely light, but always thoughtful. Published earlier this year in the UK, it gives up propulsion up to the last third, opting instead for a slow drift into space, sweeping the past of its passengers in search of gold psychological. -Peter Rubin
Release date: August 13
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Try to see who has more movies and Best content between Netflix, HBO or Amazon Prime Videowe see that the Amazon service has the most movies. However, at the valuation level in different websites, Netflix would win. However, movies are not the strength of these platforms, the series being the most sought after content. On Amazon, we have Exclusive like the Grand Tour, Sneaky Pete and The Man in the High Castle.
In addition, in some countries, Amazon also offers payment channels which are paid separately. That is to say that in addition to 3.99 euros per month for access to content on demand, we can shell out between 3 and 4 euros more for different channels. This is something that was already available in the UK, Germany and Austria, and is now making the leap to France.
As has been confirmed in recent hours, Amazon's payment channels will make their debut in France from May 30. The channels will be available for those between 3 and 4 euros per month without commitment of permanence. At launch, we will have Lagardère (Chain J, TiJi, MCM), Mediawan or US Starz. More channels will arrive from September.
After being in the UK, Germany, Austria and France, Spain or Italy The following countries could have this possibility. We know that there are two important markets for Amazon in Europe and that payment channels are a good way to increase your revenue. We must now know how, when, and with whom you will agree to propose these channels.
Customers waiting to send Samsung's Galaxy Fold may have just received another bad sign: Best Buy would have canceled all orders for the foldable phone delayed because of the lack of a new Samsung release date.
In an e-mail to customers, Best Buy said that advanced designs and technologies represented many obstacles and the opportunity to cope with a plethora of unplanned failures. These obstacles have led Samsung to postpone the release of the Galaxy Fold, and Samsung has not provided a new release date. Because we give priority to our customers and want them to be supported in the best possible way, Best Buy has decided to cancel all pending pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Fold. "
The announcement comes a month after Samsung announced that it would indefinitely delay the Galaxy Fold, while it was intended to solve various problems related to the overhaul units it had distributed (including The edgeOriginal test device). AT & T had previously put a release date on June 13 on the fold after the announcement of the delay, but the carrier has since removed this estimate. Samsung announced earlier in May that it would be wrong to cancel pre-orders from customers who have not confirmed that they still wanted to go to bed on May 31st due to federal regulation.
The technical name of this future WiFi standard is Extremely high throughput (EHT) IEEE 802.11be, and being the substitute for WiFi 6, the most logical is that the Wi-Fi Alliance calls it WiFi 7. It is currently under study by the new IEEE 802.11be Working Group (TG), and will be based on the 802.11ax standard, which has brought together the benefits of Wi-Fi networks 4 and 5, while the number of channels for sending and receiving information has been improved to avoid breaks and packet losses.
WiFi 7 will focus on the bands of 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and yes, 6 GHz as well. Among the functions that are already on the table as candidates, we find 320 MHz bandwidth through aggregation of the carrier and more efficient use of the spectrum. Multiple bands and channels will also be added to provide superior simultaneous speed, with 16 individual channels with enhancements in MIMO operations.
It will also improve the synchronization to access multiple points of access at the same time to download information, for example to connect at the same time to two routers at the same time to have a greater bandwidth. Finally, a hybrid automatic repeat request will also be introduced to reduce the number of errors in the transmission of information.
Of all these very interesting novelties, the most remarkable is perhaps the use of the 6 GHz band, where there will be enough differences with WiFi 2.4 and 5 GHz. At the moment, the largest spectrum available with 5 GHz is 160 MHz. Thanks to this, we would have a higher frequency and twice the bandwidth, which would give WiFi connection speeds more than double the current maximum. Currently the group 6 GHz goes from 5.925 MHz to 7.125 MHz (1.2 GHz of spectrum in total).
In addition, these 320 MHz blocks would not be required to be continuous, but could be divided into four blocks of 80 MHz spread across the spectrum, contrary to what happens now that they must be continuous . The only drawback is that the coverage would be slightly lower than that of the 5 GHz networks, but all these improvements would offset by a dramatic effect. theoretical maximum speed of 30 Gbps. With that, we have a maximum speed three times higher, which can use more than twice the available frequencies.
Currently, all these improvements are under study. The first project with the actual specifications will be published in May 2021, while the final approval of the standard will enter spring of 2024. Therefore, we will have WiFi 6 for a while.
For years, almost every video we see on YouTube is in 16: 9. It is the most standardized format report and is used by mainstream devices such as TVs, monitors and mobile phones. In televisions, no other reports are used, while in monitors, there are others, such as 16:10 or ultra-panoramic monitors 21: 9 increasingly common.
Those who used a 16: 9 format were the only ones we saw until 2015. However, as of that date, more and more manufacturers took advantage of the way the phones had to develop. the size of the screen while maintaining the size of the device. This meant keeping the same width of the mobile, but increasing its length.
Therefore, the first step was to increase to a proportion of screen of 18: 9 The LG G6 has a screen of 18: 9, while the S8, released a month later, was 18.5: 9. From there, the terminals were getting longer and longer, reaching even 19: 9 (like the Galaxy S10), or 19.5: 9 iPhone XS.
On a PC monitor or a TV, losing a little screen does not affect us much, but on mobile, it changes a lot to see a larger video without having to zoom. To this, it should be added that 70% of visits to YouTube are generated from the mobile. It is therefore logical that content creators give priority to this aspect that favors smartphones.
In the case of S10, the screen benefits to the maximum, so even with videos of 18: 9 we have black stripes, although very small. However, on mobile phones with a big screen, the "deceived" image format, as in the case of iPhone XS. In these iPhone models, the Notch occupies much of the top. If we take into account the part of the screen that is really available for the "full", we find that the actual proportion without the extra screen on the sides of the notch would be d & # 39; about 18.76: 9.
It's only on mobiles like the OnePlus 7 where the ratio of 19.5: 9 is "real" all over the screen because it does not have any notch. However, these cases are currently the exception and, at least until there is a majority of 19: 9 mobiles, we will not see a change in aspect ratio. In fact, who knows, we could even watch 21: 9 on mobile and all the videos have the format of a movie. For the moment, popular channels like MKBHD o LinusTechTips they made the jump.