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Very powerful imagery. 

I don't remember the last time I was so impressed by a pop music clip. 

#Immigration   #Rihanna  
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Thanks for sharing, Aryan. Indeed, it has powerful imagery and is a breath of fresh air, given the pathetic lows to which other "artists" have taken Western pop music.

I was interested in the  many contradictions that exist... the many positive contributions US has made to history since its foundation, and the many other flaws that it has, culturally, politically, etc.

Five minutes of thought-provoking scenes and much more  food for thought...
Thanks again.
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At least 4 percent of those who have been convicted and sentenced to death are innocent.

#DeathPenalty
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The companies castigating Indiana's RFRA law are not promoting liberal idealism over profits: Their response is a recognition that – at least when it comes to the issue of gay marriage – social activism is also good business.
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Perhaps this is what VP9 needed to get momentum?

Of course that's assuming that Google actually cares about VP9?
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A New York woman was locked up in the psychiatric ward of a Long Island hospital after claiming that President Barack Obama follows her on Twitter. But
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Mark Zuckerberg doesn't understand what net neutrality means. Quelle Surprise!
App to get impoverished online gives free access, but only to select websites.
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Netflix seem to have real regrets about entering into those agreements with iiNet and Optus. In their recent quarterly finding, they called it a mistake and said it won't happen again. They said "while the practice is common in Australia, in retrospect it is clearly against net neutrality". 

I have always been against these quota-free deals. The ISP's job is to deliver the packets, not to count them differently, nor to prioritize them differently. 

And besides, it's a non issue really. I've been watching netflix for years, our household regularly watch 100+ hours a month of 1080p high-bitrate video, and it barely even registers as a blip on my data log. 

As for the Facebook's Internet.org thing +Derek Waters, while Facebook currently is not charging websties for access in the program, it is the gatekeeper and decides what's in and what's not (i.e., no Google). And once it becomes established, I think it is very possible that it might change its terms and ask the websites for co-payment. Putting facebook in a position of saying what should count as quota free and what doesn't is even worse than having the ISP make that decision. 
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#RIP  Richie Benaud. 

You will be missed. 

#Cricket   #Australia  
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Sad :-( Grew up listening to Richie's commentary on the TV
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A resurgence of dragons on our planet seems imminent based on recent analysis. I know it's hard to believe, but this is coming from Nature publishing... hard not to take this seriously;

http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/520042a.html

Picture depicts Dragon(s)' unigram probability over time and temperature. 
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+Apache Software Foundation needs to do the right thing, close down +Apache OpenOffice and donate the trademark and the IP to +The Document Foundation.

For all intents and purposes, #OpenOffice is dead, the project is dormant and is not getting any contributions. #LibreOffice on the other hand is a vibrant project with a healthy community of developers around it. However LibreOffice doesn't have much brand awareness, and people still go and download OpenOffice cause that's what they have heard about.

This needs to stop. The war of words between OpenOffice and LibreOffice has hurt both open source Office suit. It's 2015, Microsoft office has been stagnating for 5+ years, and neither OO or LO are anywhere close to catching it. It's time to do the right thing and focus on the bigger picture.
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#Samsung buying #AMD makes a lot of sense to me. A LOT.

While I'm not a fan of Samsung's consumer electronic products, their semiconductor prowess have been exemplary. They beat everyone in the industry fair and square in making the world's first 14nm SoC.

Imagine what that fabrication power can do with AMD's CPU and GPU IP. Or alternatively imagine AMD liberated with Samsung's financial backing and R&D. That's a formidable combination.

I'd be very worried if I was an #Intel or #Qualcomm shareholder. 
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Well, that assumes that they weren't designed for Samsung's fab in the first place +Chris Ricks

I think a lot of Samsung's recent fab design wins can be attributed to the fact that TSMC's 20nm node has been very underwhelming, as evidenced by the Snapdragon 810. 

And the other thing is, with GloFo having licensed Samsung's 14nm fab, there is a good chance that AMD has had visibility into Samsung's 14nm for a long time. 
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Very promising to see the Chrome team committing to support Pointer Events in Blink.

Also, great to see the collaboration between the Internet Explorer and the Chrome team in this regard. The new people in charge of IE are making huge strides in being a good citizen of the Web, and it's to everyone's benefits.

As for Apple and Safari.... they are now the Microsoft and the IE of the 90s.

#Microsoft #Google #Apple #webdevelopment #Chrome #PointerEvents  
Contact emails. rbyers@chromium.org, mustaq@chromium.org. Summary. The Pointer Events API is a low-level input API for mouse, touch and stylus introduced by IE. Pointer Events extends the MouseEvent model while offering a replacement for all uses of Mouse and Touch events.
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Probably the best reasonably priced beer place in the city. Excellent friendly and knowledgeable staff. Sometimes good live music.
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reviewed 7 months ago
Great breakfast, excellent coffee. Worth putting up with the hipsters!
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Great coffee, amazing food as long as you can put up with the hipsters ;-)
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
By far my favourite place to relax and get a nice massage in Melbourne. Both Caroline and Josephine are extremely good at what they do, are very professional and very friendly (without ever getting too friendly, which I'm sure everyone has sometimes experienced with some massage therapists). They are very punctual and always on time, and the place is very clean and the atmosphere relaxing. What else could you hope for in a massage parlor?
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Very good kebab, all the ingredients were fresh, the meat was of high quality, service was fast and very polite even on a busy Saturday afternoon. If you like Turkish kebab, you won't go wrong here.
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reviewed a year ago
Extremely rmpty on a Thursday evening at 7, I was literally the only person there with one bar staff. But the music was great (which drew me in) and while the collection of beer was nothing to wrote home about, the Little Creatures Pale Ale was solid. Solid bar if you want to have a drink by yourself.
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reviewed a year ago
Food is very good, the ambiance is passable but the service on the other hand is excellent and friendly. Had the Roghan Josh which was very good, if not the best I've had. Price is very reasonable, most mains are about $12 and starters around $8. Beware of the hot here, it's not Australian hot, it's real Indian hot. I like it but you need to know it before ordering.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Excellent
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