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Ernest “The Web Wizard” Suark


"Lonely Boy" is the first single off the album "El Camino" by The Black Keys
Life is strange, but Formula 1 is simply crazy.
Schools around the UK are to be given 15,000 free microcomputers, with a view to creating a new generation of computer scientists.
Funded by Google, the Raspberry Pi Foundation hopes the free devices will inspire children to take up coding.
The pared-down Raspberry Pi, launched a year ago, is already a huge success.
There are concerns current information and communications technology (ICT) teaching is inadequate preparation for the future jobs in technology
President Obama promised "change". But did he deliver?
The war on Internet freedom was declared on his watch.
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Cue the collective Internet freakout! Twitter went down for several hours on Thursday afternoon, depriving users of a place to complain that Twitter was down.
The Twitter outage began at 11:59 a.m. ET, according to Twitter's page on tracking site Pingdom. Service returned intermittently around 1 p.m., but less than an hour later, Twitter crashed again.
An hour later, Twitter seemed to be working for most users. Shortly after 3 p.m. ET, Twitter's PR account tweeted that the issue was caused by "a cascaded bug in one of our infrastructure components."
That explanation came after a hacker group, UGNazi, claimed to several media outlets that it had taken Twitter down in a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
The June 21 Twitter outage was the longest service disruption since an hour-long episode on October 7, which came during a month filled with hundreds of very brief outages, according to Pingdom's data.
The June 21 Twitter outage was the longest disruption in service since an hourlong episode on October 7.
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Michael Schumacher is looking on the bright side, even though the best qualifying effort of his F1 comeback washed away on Sunday.
Just when it seemed that Formula One could not come up with any more fairy tale race scenarios, the rain in Malaysia produced a race like none other we had seen before, with the unlikely revival of Fernando Alonso and the Ferrari team winning while in the throes of a tortuous season debut, and the even more unlikely surfacing of a new star. That was Sergio Perez, the 22-year-old Mexican driver who finished second in the race in the Sauber car.
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