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Hmmm..."This site does not work with Internet Explorer. Does anything work with IE? Stop using IE."

Yet it's built using ASP. Oh the irony.
Welcome Enlightened Agents Let's get right to it 1. This database is manually updated. Yes, it is inaccurate. Yes, it is slightly outdated. 2. You must request an access password to gain entry. A trusted agent in the ENL must vouch for you first. 3. Use at your own risk.
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If you're going to learn a programming language for the first time, it's hard to go wrong with Python.
 
A new, free e-book from +O'Reilly by +Nicholas Tollervey tells the story of #Python , why it's a great language for learning and how its community gives great support, and it takes Raspberry Pi as a case study.
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Kicking a kid with cancer off a plane...that's a new low. Hey JetBlue, cancer isn't contagious you know.
 
Hey #Jetblue  not cool......can we share this please.

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How far would an airline go to avoid another embarrassing cancer-patient-denied-boarding incident? Ask Steven Leslie, a passenger on a JetBlue Airways flight last week — just as Alaska Airlines landed in the news for expelling a sick passenger. Shortly before a scheduled flight from Albuquerque, NM, to New York, Leslie found himself a row away …
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This looks like a great beginner project that can be used to help build and test bigger projects!
 
Super cheap oscilloscope. You just need to solder the part yourself... Documentation appears to be decent.
Back in 2012, I was pleasantly surprised when I discovered they made Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO) for less than $200, and today, you can find several oscilloscopes for less than $100, albeit with limited performance, such as DS201. But if you don't need a high speed DSO and just want to ...
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OpenBSD 5.6 i386 on a Dell Latitude CPx laptop, Pentium III 500MHz and 512MB of RAM. It runs beautifully on this old beast! 
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Haiku is decent but not as fast as BeOS. The video support is better, but not optimal; I'm stuck with 16bpp (native support for 24bpp on Windows as well as every *nix I've tried). BeOS, so far, has zero support for video so it's greyscale only in that OS, but it's great otherwise. 

Neither OS supports the SMC (Atheros chipset) CardBus wi-fi card I put in there, but all the *nixes do. 
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Powerful story. Google employees, take note (though you've probably already heard about it by now). Google is not as forward-thinking as you may believe, at least not at the middle management level.

https://twitter.com/EricaJoy/status/622079372367781888
“a thing bothered me yesterday and it's still bothering me today and so now i want to tell a story.”
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Who's afraid of a little rain? Apparently Jessica is...
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Would've made anyone jump, I think...
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Getting closer and closer to nanobots. Fascinating!
Michigan Micro Mote (M3) Makes History. Michigan Micro Mote (M3), the world's smallest computer, is taking its place among other revolutionary accomplishments in the history of computing at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. Measuring in at less than a half a centimeter, ...
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Very well said. To the few real jerks I've had the displeasure of meeting in this game, read this and think about how your actions negatively affect others. It's not "your game", it's everyone's game. We all could be better behaved, myself included.
 
Dropping a different kind of knowledge on you all today. Things most of us involved in the social aspect experience but few ever want to openly talk about. Theres a darker side of Ingress sociality and I think it could be beneficial to check our reality.

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Hardware hacker, budding author, dedicated Slacker. Yep, I think that about covers it.
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General IT, hardware hacking, Unix/Linux, database programming, radio communications