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It's pretty much beyond argument that Honda's CB750 was the first modern performance motorcycle. Launched in late 1968, its inline-four cylinder engine, disc brakes, electric starter and mad performance (68bhp ffs!) made everything else suddenly look a bit crap, and encouraged the other Japanese firms to bring out their versions - Kawasaki's Z1, Suzuki's GS and Yamaha's XS ranges.
We've arranged a visit to the museum, but before the CB750 extravaganza kicks off! Erm, that's a shame as Jeff is a CB750 nut!
Bitcoin touched below $6,000 and dozens of smaller digital tokens including Ether retreated as this month’s sell-off in cryptocurrencies showed few signs of letting up.
The largest digital currency fell as much as 6.2 percent to $5,887, the lowest level since June, before paring some of the drop, according to Bloomberg composite pricing. Ether sank as much as 13 percent, while all but one of the 100 biggest cryptocurrencies tracked by Coinmarketcap.com recorded declines over the past 24 hours.
The total market capitalization of virtual currencies dropped to $193 billion. That’s down from a peak of about $835 billion in January.
It’s bizarre to think that palm oil is in over half the products on our supermarket shelves. The more people that watch Rang-tan the more people we can get to put pressure on brands like Nestle, Unilever and Mondelez to make sure the palm oil used to make their chocolates and soaps aren’t coming at the highest price for the world’s forests and the orangutans that live there.
Here’s that link to Rang-tan again, an animation about a little girl and her orangutan friend: www.greenpeace.org.uk
In particular, the researchers found problems with the way the protocols were used in some multi-purpose printers made by HP that are widely used in the business world. HP has now issued a patch for its printers, which will close the loopholes found by the pair.