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It’s not the first well-funded social media app to push the boundaries of data privacy.
More than a healthy workplaceFlexibility extends beyond the boundaries of the physical work environment.
Creators will inevitably try to push the boundaries of what these humans look like.
Redistricting – the once-a-decade process of redrawing political boundaries – is a complex undertaking, laden with jargon and acronyms that can confuse even most political observers.
This year, we can expect to see a newly energized community of developers working across the boundaries of companies, states and countries to take on some of the world’s biggest problems.
THE RISE OF THE ACTIVIST DEVELOPERWALTER THOMPSONFEBRUARY 9, 2021TECHCRUNCH
If no one enjoyed this stuff, there would be no BuzzFeed quizzes, no fandoms, no such boundary between the idea of a “cat person” and a “dog person.”
At a sleep research symposium in January 2020, Janna Lendner presented findings that hint at a way to look at people’s brain activity for signs of the boundary between wakefulness and unconsciousness.
It was a hit by seamlessly crossing boundaries of race, musical genre and sexuality.
THE BRAVE NEW WORLD OF ADVERTISINGDANIEL MALLOYFEBRUARY 7, 2021OZY
Two tightly packed families of exoplanets are pushing the boundaries of what a planetary system can look like.
The thousand gates of the title evoke the 32 characters and 19 perspectives, windows into souls, but also checkpoints, reminders of the boundaries and barriers, the fear and distrust plaguing an embattled land.

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