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FB feed is 98% suggested pages and barely any friends’ posts

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Factorio is coming to Nintendo Switch

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The last person standing in the floppy disk business

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Jean-Luc Godard has died

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Anti-royal protesters are being arrested in the U.K. as ’Not My King’ tag grows
 

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Prenatal cannabis exposure associated with mental disorders in children

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Dark Sky iOS app will no longer work from Dec 31

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Patreon Lays off 17% of Staff

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W4 Games raises $8.5M to support Godot Engine growth

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A pair of Linux kernel modules using Rust
 

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Senior engineers are living in the future

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Increase: Banking API

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Pre-exposure to mRNA-LNP inhibits adaptive immune responses in mice

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Work is work, in which returns diminish (2020)

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Planning Go 1.20 cryptography work
 

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8bitworkshop

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Scala isn’t fun anymore

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Is bin-opening in cockatoos leading to an innovation arms race with humans?

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SEC charges VMware with misleading investors by obscuring financial performance

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Prompt injection attacks against GPT-3
 

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