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Zsombor Szabó
Works at IZE, Ltd.
Attended Budapest University of Technology and Economics
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<i>Bangui, Central African Republic:</i> I was heading back to the hotel to file after a ceremony in Bangui, where the interim president had promised to reinstate the country's armed forces, urging for national unity. I was in the taxi for just a few minutes when my fixer asked me to come back as people were attacking and killing a man. <p> The crowd was in a violent, bloodthirsty frenzy and I tried to stay alert; an angry crowd can be dangerous...
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Been waiting for a band like this: long battery life, basic ❤︎ rate monitoring, advanced sleep monitoring + the usual stuff. Added to my wish list.
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“The basic layout hasn’t changed much in almost 80 years: I walk in, produce tends to be up front and to the right, meat and seafood tend to be back and to the right, dairy is generally in the back left-hand corner—the deepest section of the store. The reason why is that virtually everyone who walks in has some dairy product on their list.”
From the layout to the little old lady who hands out samples, we explain the psychological tricks the supermarket uses to get you to buy food you don't want
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"People often ask, what is the purpose of studying history? They sometimes imagine that we study history in order to predict the future, or in order to learn from past mistakes. In my view, we should study history not in order to learn from the past, but in order to be free of it.

Each of us is born into a particular world, governed by a particular system of norms and values, and a particular economic and political order. Since we are born into it, we take the surrounding reality to be natural and inevitable, and we tend to think that the way people today live their lives is the only possible way. We seldom realize that the world we know is the accidental outcome of chance historical events, which condition not only our technology, politics and economics but even the way we think and dream. This is how the past grips us by the back of the head, and turn our eyes towards a single possible future. We have felt the grip of the past from the moment we were born, so we don’t even notice it. The study of history aims to loosen this grip, and to enable us to turn our head around more freely, to think in new ways, and to see many more possible futures."
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Hard to explain the difference between easy and hard.
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Kutiman is back!
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"[...] who we are and what we do must always be considered in the context of the biology occurring inside us."
The brain requires tons of energy—and new experiments show how low glucose levels and self-control issues are connected
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A double-sided stoRy.
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I'm for the "added sugar" nutrition labeling. Metric system is fine, John. ;)
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"Eventually, though, I believe many countries will not only legalize human genetic engineering, but even make it a (voluntary) part of their national healthcare systems.

The alternative would be inequality of a kind never before experienced in human history."
Lev Landau, a Nobelist and one of the fathers of a great school of Soviet physics, had a logarithmic scale for ranking theorists,…
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I need a printout of this.
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  • IZE, Ltd.
    Software Engineer, 2008 - present
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Targu Mures
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Budapest
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IZE
Introduction
I am the founder of IZE and the developer of OpenMapsMaps+ and Locate.
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"Entrepreneurship is throwing yourself off a cliff and building a plane on the way down." And I threw myself off.
Education
  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics
    Next Generation Networks, 2003 - 2009
  • Targu Mures Bolyai Farkas High School
    Informatics Class, 1998 - 2002
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February 12, 1984
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Good fish restaurant. Fisherman's Soup and Salmon Lasagna was amazing.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I work from here sometimes since it has free Wi-Fi, wall sockets and most importantly has a non-smoking area. Food is decent, however service could be improved upon. I recommend this place.
Public - a year ago
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