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Now Available on Steam - Eleven Eleven, 35% off!

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Eleven Eleven is Now Available on Steam and is 35% off!*

Their fate has been decided, but how you watch is up to you.



Eleven Eleven is a groundbreaking entertainment experience that puts you in the center of the story.



Follow six main characters as they count down the last 11 minutes and 11 seconds of life on the island planet of Kairos Linea. Their only guarantee for survival is a transport ship that will launch just before the clock hits zero, taking whoever can get aboard to safety on a floating ark in the sky.

*Offer ends May 29 at 10AM Pacific Time
via Steam RSS News Feed "http://bit.ly/2VNHtrO"

Office temperatures tailored to men in suits are bad for business

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Health Cold offices aren't just uncomfortable. The results suggest that when the temperature is not comfortable, worker morale isn’t the only thing that suffers. via Popular Science "http://bit.ly/2Me18RQ"

MIT's new robot takes orders from your muscles

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Technology Signals from your biceps and triceps tell this robot how to help you lift heavy objects. We're used to technology that responds to a voice command, keystroke, or tap. But this robot focuses on your biceps to get information. via Popular Science "http://bit.ly/2JYhzz4"

Pay what you want for 120 hours of beginner-friendly coding courses

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Your career in development starts here. Your career in development starts here and pay what you want for 120 hours of beginner-friendly coding courses. via Popular Science "http://bit.ly/2K3jTom"

A bad diet really can raise your risk of cancer. Here's how.

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Health These charts show how what you eat affects your cancer risk. Roughly two out of every five cancer cases in America are preventable by a modifiable risk factor, from alcohol consumption to physical inactivity and cigarette… via Popular Science "http://bit.ly/2M4JJLv"

Gear for making cold-brew coffee

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Gadgets Supplies for keeping your cool (and buzz) all summer long. Cold-brew coffee is an effective way to keep your cool (and your buzz) all summer long. via Popular Science "http://bit.ly/2YGUdSK"

How OnStar's connected emergency service adapts during a disaster

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Cars How the connected car service handles requests during states of emergency. The service's volume skyrockets when there's an emergency. Here's how it handles the onslaught. via Popular Science "http://bit.ly/2wfyxB0"

Daily Deal - Get Guacamelee! STC Edition For Free, Up To 60% Off on Guacamelee! 2

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Today's Deal:

Get Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition for Free until May 23rd at 10AM Pacific Time.

Save up to 60% on Guacamelee! 2 and its DLC!*

Look for the deals each day on the front page of Steam. Or follow us on twitter or Facebook for instant notifications wherever you are!

* Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition giveaway offer ends May 23 at 10am Pacific Time. Guacamelee! 2 + DLC discounts end May 28 at 10AM Pacific Time.
via Steam RSS News Feed "http://bit.ly/2YL75Y5"

Daily Deal - Bus Simulator 18, 40% Off

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Today's Deal: Save 40% on Bus Simulator 18!*

Look for the deals each day on the front page of Steam. Or follow us on twitter or Facebook for instant notifications wherever you are!

*Offer ends Friday at 10AM Pacific Time
via Steam RSS News Feed "http://bit.ly/2JZlEmO"

The best turntables I've taken for a spin

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Gadgets A record player guide for beginners. A list of beginner record players that are the best turntables I've taken for a spin. via Popular Science "http://bit.ly/2HKDsPD"

Tigers don’t want to eat humans, but we’re not giving them much choice

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Animals Man-eating tigers are a by-product of the human-caused climate crisis. The reasons why big cats turn on humans are complex and can be specific to individuals. But they can no longer be explained outside the context of climate change. via Popular Science "http://bit.ly/2M3HjN5"

How to repair window screens

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DIY Let the fresh air in but keep those rotten bugs out. Repairing a screen is one of the simpler DIY home repair projects and usually takes less than 10 minutes, even if you don’t know a spline roller from a screwdriver. via Popular Science "http://bit.ly/2VWkvUe"

This spider’s exoskeleton looks like a helmet for a very tiny alien

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Animals Megapixels: The husk was captured on a specialized macro lens. Mating can be a real battle in the animal world, but peacock spiders leave their helmets behind—literally. This arachnid exoskeleton came from an adult male Maratus… via Popular Science "http://bit.ly/2Whij97"