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All public GitHub code was used in training Copilot

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Juul bought an entire issue of a scholarly journal

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Runway – Create impossible video

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Compiling Rust is NP-hard
 

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EU draft exempts private jets, cargo from jet fuel tax

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Difftastic: Syntax-aware structured diff tool

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Sports Owners Use Their Teams to Avoid Millions in Taxes

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The Greatest Regex Trick Ever (2014)

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DoorDash removing 1-year cliff for equity grants
 

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Steve Wozniak speaks on Right to Repair [video]

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Apple’s camera design choices from the iPhone 6S Plus to the 12 Pro Max [pdf]

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You need Software Developers to believe in your project (2020)

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China’s gene giant harvests data from millions of women worldwide

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Sub-zero water splitting marks a new dawn for solar hydrogen production
 

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The Cookbook and Home Economics Collection

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China urges its people to struggle. Some say no

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Mozilla rolls out DoH to Canadian users of Firefox

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Video tutorials now on PeerTube

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Gibraltar, world’s only airport runway intersecting a road
 

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