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I don't know... but it's definitely hotter.

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The third largest religion in the world now has a home on Stack Exchange. Namaste!
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Religion is fantasy... so... yes.
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I have a new motherboard which needs a BIOS update to support a new CPU. Thankfully I have an old (compatible) CPU handy. My plan is to install the old CPU, update the BIOS, then install the new CPU. I'd prefer not to have to mount the motherboard in a case just to do the BIOS update bit. Is it safe to power up the motherboard outside of its case? My understanding is that the case provides grounding for the motherboard – could the lack of groundi...
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Maybe. But there's a better way to speed up your connection.
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Separate your app from the pack by using distinctive, descriptive terminology.
I'm building a web-app where users indicate that they "like" feed-items published by other users. The act of "liking" also inherently bookmarks the feed-item as well as the publishing user. I'm wondering if there are other verbs that I can use to represent this action. Below are some options I've considered Like: Too facebooky, does not signify anything about bookmarking for future use Bookmark: Doesn't necessarily indicate "liking" Favorite Tag...
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An epic answer by the brilliant Eric Lippert:
Dynamic languages have costs associated with them that static languages don't.
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absent in the permanence of social understandings, the character is seen in difference particularly when others are sold in economic trends. such simplicity is condemned when the conflicts that make public their particularities, the fame of these achievements that shape the economy intrigue in solitary trajectory interactivity between social cycles.

so here the continuity of the plot of your book ....

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Hint: It all starts with how you structure the data.
Every passing year brings changes, so think hard before building systems.
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Of course +Federico Granata I'm agree with your answer. You can't expect a web application to last 40+ years.
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Is there any evidence or reason why FIFA is so against adding instant replay to soccer? I find myself seeing many unlucky or just plain wrong decisions made by refs that could be corrected with instant replay.
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p-values are deceptive when your body tells you you have to go... but when you try, you find you don't need to go.

Damn you... p-values!

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