The Internet Is Clamoring for Bella Hadid’s Mystery $16.99 Dress

Bella Hadid wearing a green shirt: Please drop the link, Bella.

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Please drop the link, Bella.

Bella Hadid’s millions of followers are waiting with bated breath for the model to drop one of her secrets.

No, it’s not about her love life or even the secrets to her Zoom call looks. It’s all about the green halter dress she wore for a series of Instagram photos showing off her Michael Kors bag.

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Utah’s Mystery Monolith Has Disappeared

The mysterious shiny metallic monolith that was found in Utah’s Red Rock Country more than a week ago and set off various online and offline investigations into who—or what, dun, dun, dun—put it there is gone. On Saturday, the federal Bureau of Land Management’s Utah office announced that the monolith had been removed by an unknown party. Is it possible that the aliens removed it just to watch humans go mad looking for it? (Just kidding… I think).

In a statement posted on Facebook, the bureau affirmed that it had received credible reports that a person or group removed the structure on the evening of Nov. 27. The federal agency said that it did not remove the monolith, which it said was installed illegally, and that it considers it private property. In addition, it added that it wouldn’t be investigating the actors that slipped away with the

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Internet users find Utah’s mystery ‘2001’ monolith, sit on it

a person with graffiti on the side of a building: Related: The Kaikoura Lights UFOs remain one of New Zealand's biggest mysteries.

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Wildlife officials in Utah who came across a bizarre monolith “in the middle of nowhere” last week refused to say where exactly where it is, fearing amateur adventurers would get lost trying to find it. 

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The internet interpreted that as a challenge – and it took just two days to locate, the monolith now a spot for awesome selfies and sweet Instagram videos.

The strange object was first spotted by a Utah Department of Public Safety crew on board a helicopter. 

“One of the biologists is the one who spotted it and we just happened to fly directly over the top of it,” pilot Bret Hutchings told local news station KSL-TV. 

“He was like, ‘Whoa,

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Taking the mystery out of custom extensions in RISC-V SoC design

Talk of configuring a base processor or adding custom extensions to resolve hardware-software design tradeoffs in a system on chip (SoC) is not new. This has been a key part of the value proposition espoused by the RISC-V community, with much information publishe don its benefits, like this one, “A guide to accelerating applications with just-right RISC-V custom instructions.”

In designing a system for many products today, power consumption, performance and die area constrain a lot of the complex artificial (AI) and machine learning (ML) SoC requirements.

Extending the open-source RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA) is often overlooked as an effective means to address these constraints. A recent webinar panel led by Quantum Leap Solutions, a design services company for the semiconductor industry, attempted to help take the mystery out of extending the RISC-V ISA for SoC designs. The webinar entitled “RISC-V Flexibility – The Power of

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Dean Browning is a white political activist. That’s why his ‘I am a black gay guy’ tweet set off an internet mystery.

Dean Browning, a white political activist from Pennsylvania, acknowledges he accidentally tweeted about being “a black gay guy,” but his explanation as to why has only further deepened an internet mystery into how the now-deleted tweet came to be.

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“I am a black gay guy and I can personally say that Obama did nothing for me,” the Tuesday tweet read, as shared by multiple journalists. Many observers initially suggested Browning had meant to send that message from another account, rather than his own.

But Browning — a former Lehigh County Commissioner and business executive who this year lost a GOP congressional primary by 4% of the vote — soon tweeted his explanation: “I was quoting a message that I received earlier this week from a follower.”

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