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Israel Serrano
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For those having a little trouble in Artful Aardvark.. install Eclipse Oxygen with ease for Java 9 today.
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Something anyone with a single server running multiple websites can appreciate.
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Very excited, everything looks fantastic and we're only 1 day away from final release!
✔ Ubuntu 17.10 now run on my Desktop ❗
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This is going to spur a new age in Cyber Warfare if it or any similar legislation comes to pass.
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Can't wait to pick two of these up, finally going to have that 4k feel I've always wanted.
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As a thirty-something raised in the United States, I have already had my fair share of classic movies treated in a reviled manner with scores of remakes, reboots, and resets.

It'll never end.

Some on this list surprise me as it seems very apparent that the remakes will either bomb because of anachronistic storylines, and cultural differences from the time they were made in (and no amount of modernization can really bring that across the gulf of time, case in point being the remake of Red Dawn).

However, others are simply obviously going to fail at the Box Office in the face of the poor treatment of movie production and lack of good script writing or bad actor use. 

Prepare to cringe at some loving childhood nostalgia-bombs such as The Neverending Story or Flight of the Navigator.
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While its still important to note that this happened on the mainland, this is one of the worst cases of official product being "contaminated", I have yet to see in China:

A woman in one of the many markets of Xi'an in the Shaanxi district purportedly ended up with a rotting goldfish in her Pepsi bottle, discovering it only AFTER having taken a sip already.

Ugh.

Now, this is a bit extreme compared to the relatively minor problems with products using local Chinese water (being contaminated, like the highly publicized "Red River of Blood" where chemicals from local industry have caused the water to look like what its being called). 
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I rarely ever cover a product, and some of you may be aware I am an ASUS fan, but as a professional, and as someone who just sits in front of monitors most of the day - this beauty is definitely something to look forward to.

Quality aside (which is staggering), this monitor isn't too large (only 24") is totally ergonomic and can be adjusted to viewing perfection.

Not only that, but it is also the best aspect ratio that currently exists (16:10 as opposed to something horrible like 16:9 or 4:3)

The fall of 16:9 can be directly attributed to the ignorant American masses, and supporting higher-quality and superior aspect ratios like that of 16:10 is important. Its rare in digital history when we actually start DE-evolving and using older/worse technology. Imagine if we just said "Forget Blu-ray! Lets go back to CD-ROM!" or "Forget 3Ghz 8-core CPUs! Lets go back to 486SX processors, math co-processor? hah!"

I'll be picking up 3 of these ASAP.
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This sounds promising, although I believe it could have been treated seriously (instead of as a comedy) as the subject material is more than interesting in itself.
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