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At that moment—and this part is a little foggy—a bright arc of electricity shot through the window and directly into my chest. I’m not sure whether the arc originated from the sky or the ground, but it knocked me out of my chair. I hit the concrete floor and bounced back up to my feet, which were shuffling at top speed into a bookshelf. I remember thinking, “OK, going to die now. Do not fall down. Do not pass out.
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Feighery and his partner Annie have built an app called mWater that takes advantage of the rapidly falling cost of water testing kits. Their aim is to build a “social network for water,” where quality is transparent, and anyone can immediately know what they’re drinking. The app records the location of tests, the result, and additional notes (say, if a well is broken). By logging thousands of samples, it builds maps that help individuals and health professionals make informed decisions.
For example, we have one of the ugliest UIs in the world, and unless you are a cop it’s very difficult to understand why.
Most of my sister’s friends’ post-school communication takes place on iOS apps, such as iMessage and Snapchat. Though she did say that they use Facebook Message fairly often, as a way to asynchronously send each other notes (in other words, email for adolescents).