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Bin schon neugierig, ob das mein neuer Favorit auf OS X werden kann!

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My maths teacher sent me this.

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Haha! Well said! Made my day!
Spent some time in GNOME 3 again today. Yeah, it's more nipple rubbing than value for closet Mac users. (Nothing against Mac users, but stop hiding -- use one or don't)

Get a keyboard launcher, and done. The rest of your desktop experience is just indicators and a file manager. Anything greater is just making yourself feel better about using your computer.

This needed to be said.

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It's so hot! So....

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Introducing the all New Pet-assisted Car!
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When I got email spam about up-ranking my app or down-ranking the competitors app for 10 bucks I thought, this is just a joke. But it seems, it is a real business nowadays. How sad is this....

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Microsoft Windows 10 Review Privacy Policy:

“If you open a file, we may collect information about the file, the application used to open the file, and how long it takes any use [of] it for purposes such as improving performance, or [if you] enter text, we may collect typed characters, we may collect typed characters and use them for purposes such as improving autocomplete and spell check features,” 

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Interessantes Add-on für Google Tabellen zur linearen Optimierung. Genutzt zB für das Sudoku-Add-on.
Dahinter steckt Glop (Google Linear Optimization Package)
Sudoku, Linear Optimization, and the Ten Cent Diet

Yesterday, we posted an image of a tasty looking dish, and asked you to guess what it had to do with Computer Science. The dish, Foie Linéaire à la Stigler, was made from a list of ingredients that are the solution to the “Stigler Diet”, a classic linear optimization problem (  

Today we’re proud to announce two new ways for everyone to solve linear optimization problems. First, you can now solve them in Google Sheets with the Linear Optimization add-on; Second, we’re open-sourcing the linear solver underlying the add-on, Glop (the Google Linear Optimization Package), as part of the or-tools suite.

At Google, our engineers work on plenty of optimization problems, such as the YouTube video stabilization system, and the lighthearted Google Sheets Sudoku add-on. Head over to the Google Research Blog, linked below, to learn more.
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