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Economical studies have found that if we taxed churches, America would receive a revenue of more than 70 billion dollars annually. (Just about enough money to pay for free public college nationwide)

http://bigthink.com/21st-century-spirituality/how-to-make-71-billion-a-year-tax-the-churches

What's funny is that conservatives always complain that "separation of church and state" isn't a thing, although it's the exact same reason why churches aren't levied. 
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Would you like to write full-time for one of the smartest and most interesting audiences out there?  LWN is currently looking for a new editor/writer, and we would like to hear from you.  Please see the job description below and drop us a note if you'd like to be a part of LWN.
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What's the worst bug you've ever encountered?
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Happy birthday to Han Solo himself, Harrison Ford!
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It's like you tried to define a formal grammar based on fragments of a raw database dump from the QuickBooks file of a company that's about to collapse in an accounting scandal.
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Celebrating 39 years of Jedi, Wookiees and moon-sized space stations. When did you see Star Wars for the first time?
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I first saw it 39 years ago. Showing my age. I also saw the First Alien movie on its release date.
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New blog post: XKCD, incident pits, and how not to outsmart yourself.
The British have a phrase "Too clever by half", It needs to go global, especially among hackers. In can have any of several closely related meanings: the one I mean to focus on here has to do with ...
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In 1991, William & Lynne Jolitz released their "Excellent Operating System" - 386BSD. It occupied some 30 floppies but they got hundreds of thousands of downloads. Unfortunately their OS demanded an FPU, which was a separate and expensive chip, so Linus and others took a different route, and 386BSD didn't take over the world. It's described here as the first open source OS, but it seems external contributions were not welcome.
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"Hunger for 386BSD fed by the Dr. Dobbs Journal article series led to an estimated 250,000 downloads from the Internet in the first week"

The series of articles about porting BSD to the 386 can be read at
http://porting-unix-to-the-386.jolix.com/three-initial-pc-utilities

"Just in case anyone is wondering, the entire 386BSD system was created on a 386SX laptop with three Mbytes of RAM and one 100-Mbyte disk."

Rather later, in 1994, and probably too late, Dr Dobb's published a CDROM with a 1.0 release.  The liner notes can be read here:
https://jolitz.telemuse.net/c/the-386bsd-release-10-cdrom-liner-notes/246837681

If you feel brave, you can run 386BSD in emulation on Bochs:
http://gunkies.org/wiki/Installing_386BSD_on_BOCHS
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