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SpaceX, a company full of talented and intelligent people, has spent the last year exploding some really expensive hardware in the middle of the Atlantic. But believe it or not, the company’s goal isn’t actually to rack up YouTube views—it’s to build a reusable rocket system. Here’s how they plan to stop screwing up.
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The Government has been caught out - Irish Water has failed the Eurostat test - devastating news for the members of the Cabinet. In deep, deep trouble, the Government responds with a mi
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Bad Predictions. It's generally a bad idea to say something can't or won't be done, especially in the realm of science and technology. The following are quotations that have failed to stand up to the test of time: "I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.
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Great long read, apocalyptic.
The next full-margin rupture of the Cascadia subduction zone will spell the worst natural disaster in the history of the continent. Credit Illustration by Christoph Niemann; Map by Ziggymaj / Getty
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As Greece’s debt threatens the rest of Europe and Wall Street, Michael Lewis wonders if the Greeks have wrecked their own ancient civilization.
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A Harvard student who built an app mapping Facebook users' whereabouts to less than a metre, has had his Facebook internship offer revoked
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What were they thinking? Windows 7 launch party?
 
Let's hope the Windows 10 "Upgrade your world" launch is as good as the windows 7 upgrade house party went
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On June 26, 2008, our friend Michael Seibel introduced us to 7 prominent investors in Silicon Valley. We were attempting…
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Can you imagine how awesome it would have been to be an entrepreneur in 1985 when almost any dot com name you wanted was…
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Remember working on those VAX systems :)
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    Lecturer in Computing, 1990 - present
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I know more about coding than is healthy, like finding ways to make good design accessible and think there's always a better way to impart the stuff I know.
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Avoiding the Oil Curse: The Case of Norway
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Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg of Norway addressed the topic “Avoiding the Oil Curse: The Case of Norway” at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum

Oasis Fashion
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Come and take a stylish sneak peek behind the scenes with us...

Meerkat (beta) - Android Apps on Google Play
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Meerkat allows you to live stream video from your phone to all of your Twitter followers at once. Press 'Stream', and instantly your live vi

Affinity Photo is a New Pro Photoshop Alternative for Mac Users: Get It ...
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Affinity Photo is a new program that was launched today by the England-based software company Serif. It's designed to be a powerful alternat

Bicentenary of mathematician George Boole to be celebrated
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First professor of maths at UCC left huge legacy that still impacts on technology today

Visit Musashi Restaurant and have the best food in Dublin
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Quality and incredible flavour is of the utmost importance. We use only premium ingredients in our food, and never compromise on quality or

I Don’t Like It
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The most dreaded of all design feedback is the peremptory, “I don’t like it.” Rather than slinking back to the drawing board, it’s important

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Burkhard Bilger: Inside Google’s Driverless Car
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Every Monday at eleven-thirty, the lead engineers for the Google car project meet for a status update. The Google car has now driven more th

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2 Responses to “Live streaming from Toronto: Massimo Banzi at #DigifestTO2014”. AuRoaR Says: May 9th, 2014 at 23:38:50. bello…. e io avrei t

Icahn: eBay Has the Worst Corporate Governance—Ever | TIME
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The billionaire activist investor who often clashes with tech CEOs didn't mince words in an interview about the world's top auction site, ha

What are good ways to prepare my kids to be billionaires?
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Answer (1 of 59): I once had a VC tell me that I had come up with more legitimate billion-dollar concepts than anyone he'd ever known. I hav

HTML5 Catches Up To Apple
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Despite the meteoric start for iOS, slow-and-steady HTML5 might win the race for developers' hearts.

Six-Legged Freak
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A new cockroach has landed on our shores, a stowaway from Asia with impressive staying power. For one thing: Its babies have been known to s

The Joel Test: 12 Steps to Better Code - Joel on Software
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My own, highly irresponsible, sloppy test to rate the quality of a software team.

Aistí
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Seo daoibh aistí ginearálta. Brú ar an nasc chun iad a íoslódáil. Tá liosta acu ar taobh deis sa barra.(Téigh síos) ---------------->> Here

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Probably doesn't need another good review but there are lots of good gelateria in Rome so it's worth singling out a mention for excellent service. It's not often someone takes the time to help you identify good combinations of ice-cream - it's not everyday that you get that kind of indulgence!
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Excellent. Rome can overload the head with the depth of history on offer. The crypts do a good job explaining the lives of the Capuchin order irrespective of your religious leanings or none. However, the star of the show are the handful of rooms decorated in (to me) a macabre way with human bones. Impressive? Yes. Just a bit creepy - definitely. Also, a haven of quiet away from the busy Barberini square.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Both gluten-free or not, possibly the best we had in Rome. Quick, efficient, consistent. Great location (be sure to check out the beautiful church around the corner in Largo dei Librari), good range and all good. Excellent value for money. So good, if gluten-free is important to you, you could do worse than plan your day around a meal here.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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If walking about Trastevere, you should definitely loop by this gelateria. Any of the Fatamorgana chain are worth a visit but treat yourself to an extra scoop for the same price here and relax in a quaint, quiet corner of the district.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Okay, not great for gluten-free option and virtually empty at lunch time which didn't inspire. Not cheap, not outstanding. Tucked away off Piazza Barberini - check out the Capuchin Crypts if you find yourself in the area, though may not help the appetite!
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Can't say I think this place is worth it. Yes, it's a 'different experience' but compared to food elsewhere are half the price, I think the 'experience' is over-valued. Pasta was very 'al dente' and the 'secondo piatto' was a plate of pork slices for one and deep-fried assorted fish heads in another. Not a vegetable to be had in any dish. Over-priced and over-played imho.
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