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A brief history of science fiction

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A brief history of science fiction

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A brief history of science fiction

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This might be my favorite strip in a while: "Why Star Trek Ships Always Meet Nose-to-Nose"

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A brief history of science fiction

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Apple details J.A.R.V.I.S., the Mesos framework that runs Siri < We have some details here.

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A brief history of science fiction

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A brief history of science fiction

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A brief history of science fiction

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Without doubt, the greatest chew toy ever invented

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Transform list data based on example (line one) output

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PaymentFont

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RT @sil: Everyone has JavaScript, right? Nope.

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While waiting for UPS, I put together a list of 28 great hidden tips for using the Watch that you should know about.

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At this time, YouTube was too busy trying to keep up with growth to worry about its equally escalating piracy problem. In March 2006, though, a month after the NBC complaint, it finally started to fight back. New videos were limited to a 10-minute runtime, making it harder to upload full TV episodes and movies to the service. The community responded the way you'd expect: it broke pirated content into 10-minute chunks. To further complicate things, Google claimed that "Viacom continuously and secretly uploaded its content to YouTube, even while publicly complaining about its presence there." According to Google, Viacom understood the value of YouTube for promotional purposes, but it still wanted to sue the site for copyright infringement. Google says the company "hired no fewer than 18 different marketing agencies to upload its content to the site. It deliberately 'roughed up' the videos to make them look stolen or leaked. It opened YouTube accounts using phony e-mail addresses. It even sent employees to Kinko's to upload clips from computers that couldn't be traced to Viacom."

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This actual leaked Sony email about The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is better than anything in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

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via Master Feed : The Atlantic http://www.theatlantic.com/

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This might be my favorite strip in a while: "Why Star Trek Ships Always Meet Nose-to-Nose"

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via Schneier on Security https://www.schneier.com/blog/

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RT @doctorow: Woman behind Pakistan’s first hackathon, Sabeen Mahmud, shot dead by unknown gunmen

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my team now has a jar where people have to drop $1 when using a male word to address/describe a mixed gender group

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Rust once, run anywhere:

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A data centric IDE for Python

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