03.23.2016
spoilers

Spoiler Report: Robot Revolution, RIP Rob Ford, More

Little bursts of life and death and everything in between.

The Robot Revolution Is Only Beginning
What exactly is a robot? And what do they do? There doesn't seem to be just one answer: "They vacuum carpets, zip up winter coats, paint cars, organize warehouses, mix drinks, play beer pong, waltz across a school gymnasium, limp like wounded animals, write and publish stories, replicate abstract expressionist art, clean up nuclear waste, even dream." [The Atlantic]

2016 Presidential Candidates Support Cannabis in Their Own Special Ways
Now that Marco Rubio has chucked the deuces to the campaign trail, for the first time in American history, each potential Presidential nom supports at least the states' right to regulate a legal cannabis market. Which is more than we can say for the candidates' support of fashionable hairstyles. [Rolling Stone]

Swiping on Rural Tinder Is Not the Same Experience as Urban Tinder
There are far fewer online dating matches to be made down on the farm than there are downtown. This is to be expected. [Fusion]

Rest in Peace, Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford
A truly divisive and seemingly divertido personality, Rob Ford, the former Toronto mayor passed away Thursday after battling with cancer. Ford was 46. [New York Times]

Boston Officials Want a Piece of the Cannabis Pot Pie
We're talking money. In this case, municipalities are seeking a cut of sales up front, on top of application and regulatory fees. [Boston.com]


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