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I like ie in win 10 i use it when i dont want to put load on the tor network
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So true.
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auch paid more than that just for my keyboard :O
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students love gaming, and they also need the vga for presentations ^^
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Snowden on Last Week Tonight made me happy.
“You shouldn’t change your behavior because a government agency somewhere is doing the wrong thing,” he said. “If we sacrifice our values because we’re afraid, we don’t care about those values very much.”
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+JayzTwoCents  Hello Jayz! My name is pieter from the netherlands, and in a couple of weeks will I be finaly building my first water cooled pc. I am getting two gtx titan x and a i7-5930K on a asrock x99m extreme 4 micro atx motherboard. I am still doubting to either go with two 240 rads or with the alphacool Cape Cora HF xx42 in black. But no one on the internet seems to have a propper (video) review about them. And of all the people I think you are one of the best! maybe you know if they are great (or horable) let me Know plz! (sorry for my english as I said I am dutch) Really like your show!
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Hello! I am Pieter Schreurs from the Netherlands and new to the retro computing community I decided to join because not long ago I was offered an Commodore 64c for free because the fraternity dsv Nieuwe Delft anno 1965 of which I am an member found no use of it when they discovered it in the piles of old gear we had and the floppy disk drive wasn't working. After an hour of fiddling around with it did I fix it without the need of replacement parts, and because it had the warranty seal on it that means the floppy drive (1541-II) is completely original. I assume the floppy drive and pc's itself are from the same generation because they are both build in west Germany. But now for the question I have. I would really like to take an look on the inside of the commodore but to do so do I need to break the warranty seal. I know I am out of the warranty but does this affect the value? Or is it something I shouldn't be doing due to being an classical peace of machinery? Please share your thoughts on this one! Also do I have 2 packs of sealed floppy' sand around 200 good organized ones (took me really long to do) with games and other programs. And 2 arcade sticks made in holland and an power cartridge. If any of you know an good project to do please let me now! Kind regards Pieter
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Heey +Alex Taylor Hoe gaat het met jouw? (i am dutch) sound like an really interesting discussion! do you have an link for me (or is it to long back)

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hallo +Alex Taylor (taylor = kleermaker) How are you doing? (Ik ben nederlands) klinkt als een erg interessante discussie. Heb jij een link voor mij? (of is het te lang geleden)
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Entanglement On A Chip: Breakthrough Promises Secure Communications And Faster Computers http://b4in.org/eEVQ

Unlike Bilbo’s magic ring, which entangles human hearts, engineers have created a new micro-ring that entangles individual particles of light, an important first step in a whole host of new technologies.

Entanglement – the instantaneous connection between two particles no matter their distance apart – is one of the most intriguing and promising phenomena in all of physics. 

Properly harnessed, entangled photons could revolutionize computing, communications, and cyber security. Though readily created in the lab and by comparatively large-scale optoelectronic components, a practical source of entangled photons that can fit onto an ordinary computer chip has been elusive.

illustration: Drawing of the silicon ring resonator with its access waveguide. The green wave at the input represents the laser pump, the red and blue wavepackets at the output represent the generated photon pairs, and the infinity symbol linking the two outputs indicates the entanglement between the pair of photons. Credit: Università degli Studi di Pavia

New research, reported in The Optical Society’s (OSA) new high-impact journal Optica, describes how a team of scientists has developed, for the first time, a microscopic component that is small enough to fit onto a standard silicon chip that can generate a continuous supply of entangled photons.

The new design is based on an established silicon technology known as a micro-ring resonator. These resonators are actually loops that are etched onto silicon wafers that can corral and then reemit particles of light. By tailoring the design of this resonator, the researchers created a novel source of entangled photons that is incredibly small and highly efficient, making it an ideal on-chip component.

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Just discovered Google inbox for iOS, is there anybody whit one invite left??? That would be really appreciated!
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