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15 hours ago by fraz87
さとうしん on Twitter: "韓国人の言う「正しい歴史」はそれでいいとして、日本人の言う「正しい歴史」が自分で思ってるほど「資料が冷徹に導く客観的事実」に沿ったものなのかどうかは疑
韓国人の言う「正しい歴史」はそれでいいとして、日本人の言う「正しい歴史」が自分で思ってるほど「資料が冷徹に導く客観的事実」に沿ったものなのかどうかは疑問が残る。
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18 hours ago by neotag
How To Read Kindle Books In iBooks, And Keep Your Library In The Cloud [How-To] | Cult of Mac
What I don’t like is DRM. Not for any idealistic reasons (well, maybe a few) but for practical ones. My bookseller of choice is Amazon, as it has the best range and Kindle books work on any device. But the Kindle app for the iPad sucks, and with an update this week it is almost unusable.
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19 hours ago by moongooseryan
About Fedora | Fedora Repository
About Fedora

Fedora is a robust, modular, open source repository system for the management and dissemination of digital content. It is especially suited for digital libraries and archives, both for access and preservation. It is also used to provide specialized access to very large and complex digital collections of historic and cultural materials as well as scientific data. Fedora has a worldwide installed user base that includes academic and cultural heritage organizations, universities, research institutions, university libraries, national libraries, and government agencies.

The Fedora project is led by the Fedora Leadership Group and is under the stewardship of the DuraSpace not-for-profit organization providing leadership and innovation for open source technology projects and solutions that focus on durable, persistent access to digital data. 

In partnership with stakeholder community members DuraSpace has put together global, strategic collaborations to sustain Fedora which is used by more than three hundred institutions. The Fedora project is directly supported with financial and in-kind contributions of development resources through the DuraSpace community membership program. Learn more about DuraSpace support for open source technology projects and solutions here.
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22 hours ago by euler
11 Bullet Journal Hacks to Take Your Planning to the Next Level |
Bullet Journal Hacks – What’s More Fun? There are so many little tips and tricks for improving your bullet journal, but how do you know which ones are for you? Well, I have collected 11 bullet journal hacks that I know to be super easy and crazy effective! None of these hacks should take more t
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yesterday by moongooseryan
Coding for High Frequency Trading
You are now in FULL VIEW | by on May 27, 2017 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in New York Jun 26-30, 2017.
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yesterday by lshake
Me and my penis: 100 men reveal all | Life and style | The Guardian
Every one of Laura Dodsworth’s penises is unique: introvert and extrovert, straight and bendy, wobblers and bobblers, growers and showers. There are contented penises that have led full lives, and disappointed penises that have let down their owners – or been let down by their owners.
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yesterday by Goldmanjordan
www.nytimes.com
Each Saturday, Farhad Manjoo and Mike Isaac, technology reporters at The New York Times, review the week’s news, offering analysis and maybe a joke or two about the most important developments in the tech industry.
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yesterday by odelano
Mark Zuckerberg Should Really Listen to His Own Harvard Commencement Speech | WIRED
Twelve years after dropping out of Harvard, Mark Zuckerberg returned to campus—a few years older, a few commas richer—and delivered a commencement speech that expressed a radically different vision of his purpose in life from the one he spelled out in instant messages sent from th via Pocket
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yesterday by wai2k
When "Accompaniment" Never Names Sin - Crisis Magazine
Here’s a little thought experiment to start your day: Imagine you woke up one morning last week and read this headline in your local Catholic newspaper: “Bishop John Smith Leads Prayer at Contra Catholic Gathering.
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yesterday by pfhawkins
What's new in Swift 4.0: learn what's changed and why.
Hands-on code examples to help you learn what's new in Swift 4: new encoding and decoding, smarter keypaths, multi-line strings, and more! WARNING: Swift 4 is still under active development.
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yesterday by brokenrhino
All the Right Moves
Has there ever been a more confusing time to think about business strategy? Your most important customer can also be one of your chief competitors — and one of your key suppliers as well.
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yesterday by Javaking
A Year of Google Maps & Apple Maps – MacStories
Justin O'Beirne is back with another in-depth analysis of Google Maps and Apple Maps, with a focus on how Google has taken a different approach over the past year: Shortly after I published my Cartography Comparison last June, I noticed Google updating some of the areas we had focused on: Coincide
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yesterday by brokenrhino
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While I have utmost respect for Peter Drucker, whom I believe the quote is attributed to, I take issue with this statement’s over-the-top, rampant usage in the business world.
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yesterday by Royzemi

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