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Want to learn a European language and have fun at the same time? Look no further... 
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Completed the basic level, honestly felt that I learnt something. So the recommendation.. Also its a fun game because it tests your memory and to some extent your intutiveness
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 An amazing compilation of recent advancements in Computer vision and graphics.
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Frikkin amazing!!!!
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Jet age?
 
I'm starting to doubt the need for patents in all areas:

"The company has deliberately avoided filing patents on its heat exchanger technology to avoid details of how it works - particularly the method for preventing the build-up of frost - becoming public."
By Chris Wickham. LONDON (Reuters) - A small British company with a dream of building a re-usable space plane has won an important endorsement from the European Space Agency (ESA) after completing key...
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"India spends £70bn on its social welfare budget, compared with £2.2bn on defence and £780m on space exploration"

- And still people in the west complain why India has a space program and nuclear weapons when so many people are struggling to earn a living. Even if we keep aside the argument that focusing on science/technology can only fuel more growth which will consequently reduce poverty, will an extra 0.785bn over the 70bn do miracles to change the poverty situation? 
May be people in general get hungup on flashy words like "Nuclear" and "Space" rather than consider real hard numbers like 70bn and 780mn. I can only wonder.
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TED talk about the existence of morality and fairness in the animal kingdom. Always surprising to see how closely humans are related to the other primates.
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You might have heard of the LIBOR scandal where big banks rigged interest rates. Next comes the ISDAfix scandal where the big banks have rigged the Interest rate swap market. It's about a $379 trillion market. For more details go to this article:
http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/everything-is-rigged-the-biggest-financial-scandal-yet-20130425
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Critique of Google glass
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This article seems to have some merit although the overuse of the words "abuse" and "deceptive" hurt my head. In the search results page referenced in the article, its really not possible to identify organic search results from the sponsored links. Are the search results from Maps sponsored?
Abuse aside, the page is so bad in terms of usability and UI design, I'm not sure how that page design got passed. 
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Another reason for building rockets and start preparations for living in Space
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