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Jim Geovedi
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BBC News described Geovedi as a guy who "doesn't look like a Bond villain... but possesses secrets that some of them might kill for".
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this is the real reason why it's called "WAR-NET" and not "cyber café". Indonesian government has been planning it for a long time!
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hahaha warnet...
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Do you like booty-tech or deep house? That nu-disco, jackin’ house, or tech house? If you said yes to any of these, then my latest recorded live set is for you. Enjoy!
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Human brains are limited to 300 million pattern recognisers, only the neocortex can do hierarchical thinking and only mammals have a neocortex. Computers can't yet replicate human understanding.
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During intense emotional experiences, there's a fleeting moment when expressions of pleasure and pain are hard to distinguish. In fact, others read intense emotion more effectively by looking at a person's body language than by watching his facial expressions, a new study suggests.

But these stylised images don't necessarily reflect the expressions that people make in the real world. Moreover, when emotions get particularly extreme, people undergoing fleeting peaks of intense pain, joy, grief, or anger look surprisingly similar. Yet, in a separate experiment that asked 20 participants to state whether they would use body language, facial expressions, or both to evaluate emotion, 80% believed that they could judge the full-body photos by facial expression alone.
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Tanggapan gue untuk isu penyadapan, cyberwar dan ajakan untuk melakukan tindakan vandalisme.

Sudah ya, sekarang gue mau nonton pertandingan sepak bola.
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ever wonder how cyber army looks in action?
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Sad but truee... :)
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sssshhh... silence means security.
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or silence means afraid ?:P
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There are many opportunities for dyslexics, particularly since the development of computer and film technologies has created a huge demand for programming, artistic and graphic design skills. One well-known architect's practice prefers to employ dyslexic people because of their unusual spatial awareness and lateral thinking abilities.
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Sama aje.. Ane jg dong" mslh gini an
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The [cheating] scandal also puts a spotlight on the messiness of morality and the often-incomprehensible behaviours of people who seem "good" but sometimes do "bad" things.

Often, if you cheat, it can be great for you in that moment. However if you are found to be a cheater, in the long-term, that's terrible for you. There are costs and benefits, and different people have different prices.

"Cheaters" rated their behaviour as generally fair. But when they watched someone else do the same thing, they were much harsher in their judgments of immoral behaviour.

People can subconsciously rationalise their own behaviour to justify actions that they know objectively to be wrong.
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