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An interesting article from the latest print edition of The Economist. Of course, it doesn't quite get the issue ("The press just doesn't get religion"), but more fair than I would expect from a secular publication.

(As a bonus, the piece also quotes Fr. +J. T. Zuhlsdorf).
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A couple of new Google+ features introduced, including better YouTube integration and two Chrome extensions.
Shipping the Google in Google+. 11/03/2011 08:59:00 AM. A few weeks ago Larry mentioned that we'd start shipping the Google part of Google+. The Android team then launched Ice Cream Sandwich, with...

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If you are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate or Ph.D. studies, regardless of whether it is language-based or not, check this out. You could be studying subjects totally unrelated to language and still qualify.
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Beansoft (developer of Thumb Keyboard) and Android Police are giving away a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 32GB Honeycomb tablet for doing close to nothing. See the link to enter.

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"Among the state bodies expected to be moved outside Moscow are both houses of parliament, the Federation Council and the State Duma, as well as Government Administration staff, the Prosecutor General’s Office, Investigative Committee, Audit Chamber and the top judiciary bodies, including the Supreme Court."
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has ordered the drafting of proposals for relocating state services outside downtown Moscow, part of his plan to expand the city limits and relieve congestion in the ...
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No, things like huge new FBI office buildings in exurban Virginia. Even the actual (not display) archives have been in suburban Maryland for some time. The trend is accelerating.

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A really cool look at the world, spliced together from thousands of contributors' recordings from July 24th, 2010. Haven't finished watching it, but definitely will.
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Easily one of the most consistent and quality restaurants in L'viv. The food is good, you always know what you're getting, and the service is top notch. The friendly staff all speaks English, and the owner is almost always there hamming it up with patrons, or if necessary, grilling their steaks and pouring their drinks. Drink the margaritas, and if you're feeling daring, order the Joe burger. It's not on the menu, but the kitchen knows what it is ;)
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Great, fast, tasty pizza by the slice in downtown Atlanta. Moving away has made me miss it all the more.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Had a great meal at Dua. Went for lunch on a Thursday and I have no complaints about the experience. The food was delicious, the service was great, and the decor... Decor seems like a weird measure, especially for a place like Dua -- I have no real interest in what color patterns they use, if there's artwork, or anything but reasonable cleanliness. I had to rate it "very good", because in the first place I didn't notice it, and in the second, it would be dishonest to let decor impact the rating, either positively or negatively. I go to Vietnamese restaurants -- in fact all restaurants -- for the food. Heck, even service is peripheral. And I will definitely be back for more Dua fare! Visit 2: Friday, 20 July 2012 I'm definitely carnivorous, but about one day a week I skip meat, and as I don't eat seafood, the options narrow quickly. I'm not a big fan of tofu, but decided to hit up Dua and give the Spicy Lemongrass Tofu Com a try, and was not disappointed. The tofu was indeed spicy (though not overly), and it was very well seasoned.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Went to HD1 for lunch yesterday, and overall it was a good dining experience. I had their Red Haute (basically a chili dog), and had no complaints. Here's the thing though: it wasn't phenomenal. It's a good chili dog, but it's not worth the amount of time it takes to prepare (the place was slow when I was there), and it's not worth $5.50. It's not all-beef (that's $1 extra), and it's average-sized. Again, a solid dog, but not worth all that. And I'm not inclined to think the decor added real value. *Nutshell:* Food -- Good. Can't deny that. But not good enough for the cost. Decor -- Good. But who gives a hoot? Service -- Good. The staff was friendly, polite, helpful, but the food was quite slow coming out for a couple of hot dogs with toppings.
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Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I love this establishment. I have to say, I don't usually venture far from my go-to order of Northside wings (hot), but I have also had the Pittsburgh club, the turkey sandwich, one of the pizzas, and a few other dishes, and am consistently pleased. I'm a beer man, and I can always count on the Tap to have an IPA or two on draught -- Sweetwater, Terrapin, Dogfish Head, or something else -- and I can always count on the main bar staff to know which one I want before I even sit down. The Roswell Tap also has a variety of pub entertainment, including trivia, poker, and live music (which is not always family friendly), as well as cornhole out near the patio. Oh, did I mention the patio for summer evenings? Or the second-floor back porch? Finally, the service is friendly and helpful, attentive and (in my experience) without reproach. I recommend the tap to anyone and everyone (but leave the kids home if you're coming in the late evening).
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago