SpaceX launched its mission successfully, though one rocket sadly tipped over. / Matt Biddulph
The Baffler,  April 15, 2015

Daily Bafflements

SpaceX launched its mission successfully, though one rocket sadly tipped over. / Matt Biddulph
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• One Seattle-based credit card processing company is making headlines by raising its lowest paid employees’ salaries to $70,000/year.

• Elon Musk’s much acclaimed SpaceX program is off with a bang, sending a resupply mission to the International Space Station, though one rocket tipped over in the process.

• In case you didn’t have enough apps to befit your social status, Fast Company reports on a slew of apps targeted to the one percent.

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