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But worse, the generators of Berkeley Unix have their problems: if
Bell Labs people are smug and lean, Berkeley people are cute and overweight.
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Csanad Szegedi was once a far-right politician and the deputy leader of Hungary's radical nationalist Jobbik party. Then he discovered he was Jewish, and everything changed.
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Despite repeated promises that the US trade agreement would not lower EU standards.
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Blocking scheme arises with net neutrality rules not yet finalized in Europe.
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mpicpp sends this report from The Independent: The United States Department of Defense has carried out what it says is its most successful test yet of a bullet that can steer itself towards moving targets. Experienced testers have used the technology to hit targets that were actively evading the sho...
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