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SETI@home is in hibernation

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Tracking the Fake GitHub Star Black Market

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More students are turning away from college and toward apprenticeships

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The dark defaults of Microsoft Edge

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The U.S. military is missing six nuclear weapons (2021)

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More than 75 percent decline over 27 years in total flying insect biomass (2017)

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How to own your own Docker Registry address

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AWS’s anti-competitive move hidden in plain sight

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How to participate in Monday’s oral arguments re: Internet Archive
 

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20 years of Nix

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Libgsqlite: A SQLite extension which loads a Google Sheet as a virtual table

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Anki-fy your life

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Godot Arrives in the Epic Games Store

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Kenji López-Alt spent 5 months studying Chicago thin-crust pizza
 

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YouTube millionaires are not your friends

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The Oberon+ Programming Language
 

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