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Everyone from the World Bank to Goldman Sachs had predicted it wouldn’t happen for another two years but recent recalculations indicate that India has already dethroned China as the world’s fastest-growing big economy.
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Pretty great to see this on the front page of my news feed!
Red Hat and its partner, Docker, bring DevOps characteristics to Linux containers, making them lighter-weight vehicles than virtual machines for cloud workloads.
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Wich tipe a mouse you got?

http://www.ninesys.com/fun/
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You know you've been using #Fedora  for a long time when you start to anticipate the CLOSED WONTFIX emails from BZ shortly after each major release...

Fedora {$releasever - 2} is now EOL, too bad so sad ;)
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Yea I do that sometimes but there are some that I just don't feel like pursuing. Sometimes they're even fixed...
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Shadowman makes an appearance on Goodnight Raleigh's Morning View today

http://goodnightraleigh.com/2013/07/morning-view-071013/morning-view-071013/
Discuss Raleigh. Recent Comments: Raleigh Boy: Mr. Knowles is correct. The last photo shows site preparation for the erection of the Women of the... Olga: Regarding the high number of lots compared to actual structures – as I understand how urban land was... hollywoodgirl: I went to see a XXX ...
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I haven't been able to see it myself yet.
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Ruh roh.
I was addicted to this tower defense game awhile back as an in-browser Flash game, but the iPad version is even better. It's like the iPad was made for games like these. (thx, jim) ps. Can you hear that sound? That's Kingdom Rush sucking all your free time away this weekend. You're welcome. Tags: iPad apps video games
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They seem to be avoiding showing TR's face in all these videos. Why?
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Good luck, Tabitha!
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This is what it looks like when the terrorists win.

http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20130818120421175
Forced Exposure ~pj. Tuesday, August 20 2013 @ 02:40 AM EDT. The owner of Lavabit tells us that he's stopped using email and if we knew what he knew, we'd stop too. There is no way to do Groklaw without email. Therein lies the conundrum. What to do? What to do? I've spent the last couple of ...
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Let's see how long I can go without installing Adobe Flash on my newly installed #Fedora system...
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So there are cameras at stoplights. Cameras at ATMs. Cameras in offices and cameras in malls. Hell there are cameras at some people's houses. But there aren't any cameras pointed at the runways at a major airport? We have to look at hyper zoomed (Enhance!) amateur footage?
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Love this. Earlier methods of loading by natural-id were a bit icky underneath; this allows clean & effective caching. Awesome.
One of the new features in 4.1 will be the addition of an actual API for loading entities by natural id. Yes previous versions had the ability to do natural id loading leveraging criteria queries, but that approach was very limiting. The new API will allow caching at both the Session and SessionFactory level in addition to providing a consistent API. The new approach has been made available for identifier based loading as well, again for consiste...
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