Now You Can Make That Embarrassing Email You Sent Self-Destruct

TIME

Everyone’s fired off a hasty email that they desperately wish they could take back. A new Gmail tool will let you do that whenever you please.

Dmail is a new browser extension for Google Chrome that gives people more control of how long others can view their Gmail messages. When sending an email through Gmail, users can set a specific time when the message will self-destruct, ranging anywhere from an hour to a week. And even emails without a specific self-destruct timer can still be recalled by the sender at an time, making them unviewable to the recipient.

The product was developed by the people who made the social bookmarking service Delicious. Eventually the team wants to expand the application to let users set self-destructing timers on other types of documents, such as PDFs.

Google itself seems to understand the value of being able to take back an email as…

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Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.4M cars and trucks to prevent hacking

Global News

WATCH ABOVE: Hackers take control of moving Jeep from safety of their couch.

DETROIT — Fiat Chrysler has decided to recall about 1.4 million cars and trucks in the U.S. just days after two hackers detailed how they were able to take control of a Jeep Cherokee SUV over the Internet.

The company will update software to insulate the vehicles from being remotely controlled, and it said in a statement that hackers are committing a crime by manipulating vehicle without authorization.

READ MORE: Chrysler owners urged to download software patch to prevent car hacking

The recall affects vehicles with 8.4-inch touchscreens including 2013 to 2015 Ram pickups and chassis cabs and Dodge Viper sports cars. Also covered are 2014 and 2015 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee and Cherokee SUVs, as well as the 2015 Chrysler 200 and 300, and the Dodge Charger and Challenger.

Fiat Chrysler says it also has…

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The Rise of the ‘Good Divorce’

TIME

Most marriages don’t break up in a single, recognizable moment. It’s more like an irreversible fraying of the bonds between two people who are entwined in a thousand small ways. This is why separating can get so ugly, especially if children are involved. A former partner is now an adversary, a competitor for finite resources, someone to avoid.

Or at least that’s how the story used to go. Last year, when Gwyneth Paltrow split from Chris Martin, her husband of 10 years, she introduced us to the concept of “conscious uncoupling”–what her website described as a way for divorcing parents “to be partners in each other’s spiritual progress,” for the kids’ sake as well as their own. At the time, she was mocked, mostly for using such a superior-sounding phrase. But it’s become increasingly clear that the philosophy of collaboration has gained momentum beyond the celebrity sphere. For Gen X-ers…

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Red Beaten Path Review and Interview Invitation with Steve Rushingwind!

Multi Award & 2013 & 2014 Nammy Award Winning
 Native Flute Artist.
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really does matter what you put into your body including music, and this
music is something that is absolutely beneficial to the soul.
I was absolutely astonished and so very pleased when I first heard the brand new CD Red Beaten Path by Steve Rushingwind! My ears were delighted with the upbeat sounds and overall complete musical talent. Not only that, but the artist really lives up to and far beyond the talent of today.  The blending of the flute with all sorts of beats as well as vocals really blew away others in this style of music. Rushingwind gives his listeners some of the best Native American flute music in the world. It is not only relaxing music but it is music that lights a fire for the soul. The sounds are amazing and Steve really knows how to groove, let me tell you! The music that this brand new CD is pumping out is NOT for the crowd of listeners that just want to sit back and relax, this music is for EVERYONE! The vocals blow you away with the energy that flows from the tech savvy beats! I just can not get enough of Red Beaten Path. 
I encourage everyone out there that enjoys good, spiritual music to purchase this awesome down to earth CD today.  Red Beaten Path is definitely a CD that will spark you up and keep you going as well as keep you focused and relaxed. If you are interested you can also tune in to some of his music before purchasing. Especially if you are a new listener, I guarantee you his music will give you what you are looking for and much, much more! Click the buy now link below to go directly to the purchase site and get your copy today! I give Steve Rushingwind’s new CD Red Beaten Path FIVE SUPER STARS!

 * I was given the CD Red Beaten Path by Steve Rushingwind for an honest review.

 All opinions are my own and I have not been compensated for them. FIVE IS THE HIGHEST AMOUNT OF STARS FOR REVIEW PURPOSES.




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The Weyanoke (and Nottoway/Tuscarora) origins of Granville’s Kersey Family

Native American Roots

Many of Granville County’s Native American families came to the county from Virginia to escape the intrusions of the British colony. The Bass,Evans, and Anderson families are just several examples of coastal Algonquian speaking peoples that followed this route. The Kersey family is no exception, and has roots in Surry County, VA among the Weyanoke, an Algonquian speaking people who allied and moved in with Nottoway and Tuscarora on their reservations. In this blog post I will trace the Kersey family from the Surry Co, VA area to Granville Co, NC.

Lumbee scholar J. Cedric Woods published an essay titled, “Lumbee Origins: The Weyanoke-Kersey Connection” in support of the Lumbee Tribe’s federal recognition bid. The full text of the essay can be found here and here (pdf format). The tribal origins of the Kersey family are relevant to the Lumbees because the tribe’s Lowry/Lowrie family of Robeson County, NC…

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