Willingness to look stupid — and California tried to save the nation from tax filing, then Intuit stepped in

 
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Willingness to look stupid

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California tried to save the nation from tax filing, then Intuit stepped in

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Gov Parson pushes to prosecute reporter who found security flaw in state site

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We Just Gave $155k to Open Source Maintainers

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Rust 1.56.0 and Rust 2021
 

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Beyond Smart

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Alibaba Open Source XuanTie RISC-V Cores, Introduces In-House Armv9 Server Chip

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Mihály Csíkszentmihályi has died

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Yamaha DX7 Technical Analysis

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Forget Twitter Threads; Write a Blog Post Instead
 

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Facebook kept its own oversight board in the dark on program for VIP users

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Banning anonymous social media accounts is not the answer to online abuse

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DuckDuckGo as a TTY

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Goto

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Hardened wood as a renewable alternative to steel and plastic
 

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California ports among world’s least efficient, ranking shows

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What is ClickHouse how it compares to PostgreSQL and TimescaleDB for time series

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Eliminating gifted programs won’t make education fair

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Stop Calling Everything AI, Machine-Learning Pioneer Says

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Roku tells customers it is unable to strike a deal with YouTube
 

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