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Copilot regurgitating Quake code, including sweary comments

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Media blackout after key witness against Assange admits lying

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Intuit to share payroll data from 1.4M small businesses with Equifax

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Purelymail – cheap, no-nonsense email

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Simple, solar-powered water desalination (2020)
 

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Two Portland delivery companies revolt against Amazon, shut down

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Another 0-day looms for many Western Digital users

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Migadu – No-nonsense multi-domain email at a flat price
 

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Folk wisdom on visual programming

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When Orcs Were Real

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HHS announces rule to protect consumers from surprise medical bills

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Mise-en-place for knowledge workers

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FCC reaffirms $3M fine for marketing unauthorized drone transmitters
 

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A Group Is Its Own Worst Enemy (2003)

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Leaky pipes can be better for moving water

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Jim Whitehurst to step down as IBM President

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Google Play Dumps APKs for the More Google-Controlled “Android App Bundle”

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The scientists hired by big oil who predicted the climate crisis long ago
 

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