• The journey toward the Equal Rights Amendment began decades ago, but activists say the finish line i
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    The journey toward the Equal Rights Amendment began decades ago, but activists say the finish line i

    The journey toward the Equal Rights Amendment began decades ago, but activists say the finish line i Bills are being introduced in state capitals to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, an addition to the Constitution that would explicitly protect womens rights and prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, according to proponents. It was introduced to Congress in 1923, but the crusade didnt gain real traction until the womens movement took hold in the late 60s and early 70s. The amendment enjoyed bipartisan support and, in 1972, secured the necessary votes in the House and Senate. It was endorsed by President Richard Nixon before being sent to state legislatures for…

  • You Don’t See in 4K
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    You Don’t See in 4K

    The next big thing when it comes to home entertainment is 4K TVs. And they’re stupid. Now if you didn’t figure this out from my self-driving cars video, I’m just taking a holy grail of reddit and deconstructing it in order to talk about vision – and maybe flirt a little bit with color finally. 4K TVs will happen eventually, but they’re kind of wasted on most people. So let’s get started. Now, this video is currently being filmed in 1080p at 30 frames a second – actually 29.97 frames per second but… 30, okay? And this is pretty much the current standard format for most media, including Youtube. So…