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Jari Juslin
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    Software Engineer, present
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    Product Development Manager, 1999 - 2001
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I'm programmer, photographer, role player, rollerblader, snowboarder. Zds@IRCNet, Jilnor@EVE
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Two Different Lives, by Merve Ates

"I was traveling between the European and Asian sides of Istanbul, Turkey, by ferry. I was sitting on seats outside, accompanied on my journey by seagulls. The boy on the right was sitting next to me. I was listening to the screaming of the seagulls and smelling the sea air and taking several shots but also waiting for a particularly interesting moment, and suddenly I noticed the window reflection. It seemed like the man and the boy were sitting side by side. In reality, the old man was reading the Koran, while the young boy had a worried look on his face (maybe about his future—who knows?). Two separate lives, together in the same frame."

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"When the preferences of economic elites and the stands of organized interest groups are controlled for, the preferences of the average American appear to have only a minuscule, near-zero, statistically non-significant impact upon public policy."

And remember, this is a result of statistical analysis; it's not an opinion.
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Complementing this, it is quite shocking to read what kind of policies the elites of USA are after (excerpts from Libertarian party platform at the time when David Koch was running for President 1980): https://www.commondreams.org/view/2014/04/11-10
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The Haunting Long Exposure Photography of Darren Moore

UK photographer Darren Moore's daytime long exposures are simply stunning.
Long exposure photography like UK photographer Darren Moore's is the polar opposite of the super fast, super sensitive in low light kind of photography tha
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Apparently dropping Windows support is one of the major changes. They claim API won't changes, but, as someone comments, "It sounds like they’re not just completely abandoning compatibility with upstream; they’re incinerating compatibility with upstream with a plasma torch."
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I assume I want to use only OpenOpenSSL soon
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What's alleged to be Banksy's latest piece of artwork has popped up on the side of a house in Cheltenham, and it depicts security agents spying on a public phone--right round the corner from the UK's intelligence center, GCHQ.
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A team of Chinese scientists did an impossible-sounding thing. They created electricity simply by dragging a droplet of saltwater across a layer of graphene. No big fires, no greenhouse gases, no fuss. They created energy with just a miracle material and one of the most plentiful substances on Earth.
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The expressions are the best part.
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After mobo and CPU upgrade I can emulated full HD androids. However.. my Android projects keep breaking every time I restart Eclipse. R is not generated, and now even the google play libraries, which compiled fine on Friday, are lacking "java.lang.Object". WTF?
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"The Guardian and the Washington Post have been awarded the highest accolade in US journalism, winning the Pulitzer prize for public service for their groundbreaking articles on the National Security Agency’s surveillance activities based on the leaks of Edward Snowden."
Pair awarded highest accolade in US journalism, winning Pulitzer prize for public service for stories on NSA surveillance
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"So the "punchline" of the exercise is that you can't actually play the most popular PC game properly until you understand Lagrange multipliers. I'll see you in Multivariable Calculus."
Our students are not fencing in farm fields, cutting wires and folding them, or designing windows, so they are often uninspired by the optimization problems we give them. They seem like something that "someone, somewhere" might use, but the examples feel distant. What are good examples of constrained optimization problems (perhaps not simple!) that today's students might actually encounter in their lives? If your goal is to find problems that are...
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Solving problems that actually relate to the students everyday life makes things more interesting. Games being largely based on math of course offer tons of potential.

Not to mention the effect RPG's have on people's ability to calculate basic probabilities and just generally do basic calculus on the fly :)

I remember our chemistry teacher had us calculating alcohol content of punch recipes for example. The basic math of it is applicable to lots of stuff, and probably doubled as a public health service :-)
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Pouring Saltwater Over Graphene Generates Electricity
gizmodo.com

A team of Chinese scientists did an impossible-sounding thing. They created electricity simply by dragging a droplet of saltwater across a l

US Is an Oligarchy Not a Democracy, says Scientific Study
www.commondreams.org

In America, money talks... and democracy dies under its crushing weight. (Photo: Shutterstock)A study, to appear in the Fall 2014 issue of t

Guardian and Washington Post win Pulitzer prize for NSA revelations
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Pair awarded highest accolade in US journalism, winning Pulitzer prize for public service for stories on NSA surveillance

Banksy's Latest Depicts Spying, Right Outside the UK Intelligence HQ
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What's alleged to be Banksy's latest piece of artwork has popped up on the side of a house in Cheltenham, and it depicts security agents spy

Leaked Senate torture report conclusions say program 'far worse' than Co...
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In early April, the Senate Intelligence Committee voted to declassify nearly 500 pages of a report on "enhanced interrogation," frequently c

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Protesters Storm Kharkiv Theater Thinking It Was City Hall | News
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Pro-Russian demonstrators in eastern Ukraine mistook a theater for the city hall and stormed the wrong building, a local journalist said, ci

Why Do Chinese Investors Want to Build a Dubai-Style City In Kenya?
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A coalition of 100 investors announced plans to build a "Chinese-controlled economic zone" populated by skyscrapers and luxury residences. T

Liikenne- ja viestintäministeriö - EU tuomioistuin totesi tietojen säily...
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Navy prepares to take railgun to sea
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General Atomics- and BAE-built guns will be tested on high-speed vessel in 2016.

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Finnbay’s English-language news reporting under scrutiny
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The English-language online news site known as Finnbay has come under heavy criticism for perceived inaccurate reporting on bilateral issues

Gartner Says Worldwide Tablet Sales Grew 68 Percent in 2013, With Androi...
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Worldwide sales of tablets to end users reached 195.4 million units in 2013, a 68 percent increase on 2012, according to Gartner, Inc. While

European Parliament passes strong net neutrality law, along with major r...
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It was a closely-fought contest, but Europe’s crucial telecoms package has passed through its first European Parliament vote, as have amendm

Interpizzasta on tullut ylivertainen suosikkini. Pitsat ovat erityisen meheviä ja maukkaita ja silloinkin kun jotain menee tilauksen kanssa pieleen, Interpizza onnistuu korjaamaan asian ripeästi ja oma-alotteisesti. Suosittelen! TJEU: Pan Hawaii
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Comfy atmosphere and marvelous food. Special mention for the wines: they usually have varying specialties in addition to the usual list. And to seal the deal they often have some very good port wine you can buy per glass to complement the dessert. Yummy!
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