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- Delete Facebook and save your friends: What Mark Zuckerberg's shocking admissions can teach us about social mediaChicago Tribune
- Everything you need to know about the spring equinoxThe Independent
- Start-up Nectome says it can back up your brain but you need to dietriblive.com
- ADPVoice: Survival In Tomorrow's Business World Means Closing The Skills GapForbes
- Are You Still You if Your Brain Is Uploaded?slate.com
- DSilicon Valley startup digitizing brains in '100% fatal' processDaily News
- Billionaire pays $10K to have his brain uploaded on computerpunchng.com
- This Startup Wants to 'Back Up Your Mind' (But It Has to Kill You First)Inc.
- New Research: Successful People Aren't the Most Talented, Just the LuckiestInc.
- Silicon Valley billionaire, 32, pays company $10,000 to KILL him and preserve his brain to upload it to a computermirror.co.uk
- Silicon Valley billionaire, 32, pays $10K to be killed so his brain can be uploaded to the cloud and eternally preservedDaily Mail
- NNew startup wants to preserve your brain — but there’s one catch: the process will kill younationalpost.com
- TBillionaire signs up to be killed, have brain digitally preservedthesun.co.uk
- Why people try so hard to remember pointless digits of PiThe Independent
- Brain back-up venture 'will kill users'BBC
- The Sluggish Robot Revolution Is About to Speed Up—Here Are 5 Reasons Whyobserver.com
- Technology: Startup wants to upload your brain to the cloud, but has to kill you to do itThe Guardian
- Here are some real things people said about brain preservation startup NectomeTechCrunch
- Why some people refuse to celebrate Pi Day?The Independent
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