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File: f92c7673de3bca1⋯.png (111.86 KB, 815x783, 815:783, fonts.png)

 No.869252[Reply]

Font thread!

Post your favorite fonts, for every font you like post another one! The purpose of this thread is to get the best fonts flowing faster. Discuss your favorite fonts and feel free to share your opinion on fonts you dislike. If you have the skill, make your own!

Font renaissance inbound!

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 No.901662

>>870108

adobe helvetica (terminal xorg font) looks just as good


 No.901695

File: 971b86d596bb274⋯.png (39.39 KB, 556x813, 556:813, good fonts.png)

Pretty much these ones.

If you're doing signage, coding, games or videos these should cover you.

Especially if you're doing cyberpunk or DOS-inspired games.


 No.901705

>>901695

>Papyrus

Marginally less horrible than using Comic Sans


 No.901708

Why is avec serif even a thing, it looks like utter crap. I always force Firefox to use sans.


 No.901862

File: d6047f7af4ed395⋯.png (23.64 KB, 220x264, 5:6, 220px-Nimbus_Sans_Specimen….png)

Nimbus, the URW take on Helvetica, legible everywhere, easy on old eyes.




File: f85e8586f8c1816⋯.png (4.38 KB, 186x186, 1:1, Brave.png)

 No.900361[Reply]

>Two years ago, newspapers including The New York Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal -- the latter published by Dow Jones Media Group parent company Dow Jones -- called Brave's ad blocking "illegal." Now, though, Dow Jones Media Group is offering a limited number of people who download Brave two years of free access to its Barrons.com website or to a premium MarketWatch newsletter.

>"As global digital publishers, we believe it is important to continually explore new and emerging technologies that can be used to build quality customer experiences," said Daniel Bernard, a senior vice president at Barron's, in a statement.

>Some publishers, perhaps seeing Brave as just another ad blocker, gave Brave a frosty reception in the company's early days, Chief Executive Brendan Eich said. But that's changed.

>"Our discussions have become much better over the years," Eich said. Dow Jones Media Group isn't the only one on board, he added. "We'll have other big publishers we're announcing as partners."

http://archive.is/CYdFw

I was thinking about switching browsers to Brave when I found this. What do you guys think? Are they going to compromise the privacy of their users for these corporate deals?

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 No.901799

>>901745

>brave is bloated trash just like all th...

WELL ITS A GOOD THING MY PHONE HAS ENOUGH RAM TO RUN IT THEN, ISN'T IT??? WE WOULDN'T WANT TO HAVE ALL UNUSED RAM WASTED HMMM??!


 No.901841

>>901799

He's probably too poor for the latest Samsung Galaxy. "People" like him are holding us technology pioneers back.


 No.901842

>>900361

non-human shill detected. How did it get past the captcha?


 No.901847

>>900373

What meaningful alternatives are there? Chrome is botnet, and Mozilla is infested with SJWs whose only concept of privacy involves aiding radical left wing cells through RiseUp. Thank God the EFF supports Tor otherwise I would have no hope in left-leaning privacy advocacy in the United States at all.

Brave signals a change towards a privacy conscious right wing movement in the United States. Brendan Eich was fired for Mozilla for donating $1000 to a political foundation that opposed gay marriage. That form of censorship alone makes me want to support whatever Eich does. Not only that, Brave is a good browser in addition to the social aspect.


 No.901859

>>900361

Brave doesn't block ads, it spies on your habits and replaces a site's ads with its own.




File: fff3232619dd3c3⋯.webm (11.41 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Azure Sphere Predictive M….webm)

 No.899672[Reply]

Microsoft has shown us the future where everything in your house is collecting data and sending it back to Microsoft.

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 No.901638

File: a96bf792612ab2c⋯.jpg (72.59 KB, 1218x809, 1218:809, wireless-ceva-fig1.jpg)

>>899672

they don't need to do this, they have smart meters now.


 No.901839

>>901307

>>901307

Sure. Let me just run down to my local tungsten store....


 No.901848

>>899684

washing machines, dishwashers, furnaces, and cars are already botnet and have been for a long time.


 No.901849

>>899687

>implying planes aren't already botnet


 No.901852

>>901251

My thoughts to your thoughts, my mind to your mind...




File: fedf1ecc36d9d78⋯.jpg (3.06 MB, 3024x4032, 3:4, 20180324_151826.jpg)

 No.888200[Reply]

Terry A. Davis:

Hobo Edition

Latest news:

>currently in San Diego

>disability check has been blocked by Terry's family

>streaming daily on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJZTn-fPu-uIA55UI47_cXg

Old thread: https://archive.fo/acSYN

Terry's archive: https://archive.org/download/TerryADavis_TempleOS_Archive/

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 No.901305

>>901298

>oregon?

I guess so.

>he never found his bookbag and laptop?

His backpack was stolen, he never carried a laptop and the one he had is at his sister's.

>does he have someone in portland to help him?

As far as I know, all of his relatives are close to Las Vegas, NV, so no.


 No.901349

>>901305

i'm in portland. was on rizon. got some tips. any other info you may have about his habits, whereabouts, clothing etc will be helpful. i might go out on foot tomorrow to find him. probably not today, tho, since nobody seems to have info


 No.901352

>>901298

>downtown library pretty sure you can be on all fucking day

I think it's 4 hours If you have a library card, he can't get one because he has no ID, so it's limited to 15 mins


 No.901378

>>901352

i called the libraries and talked to them. 15min w/ no ID. IRC ppl said his ID and phone were in his bookbag that got stolen.

does anyone know anything else about his habits? does he go chill at McDs? park? walk around and beg for cash?


 No.901845

>>897833

That bih got a face like linus sebastian




File: 9486b6025866b99⋯.jpg (47.75 KB, 500x451, 500:451, daffy.jpg)

 No.900287[Reply]

Telegram Founder Pledges Millions in Bitcoin For VPNs and “Digital Resistance”

http://archive.is/Wh1kH

<A massive wave of action to block messaging service Telegram resulted in widespread collateral damage yesterday after Russian authorities ordered millions of IP addresses blocked across the country. But the efforts have only lit a fire under Telegram founder Pavel Durov, who has pledged to donate millions of dollars in bitcoin to VPN providers as part of his "Digital Resistance".

>Starting yesterday, Russia went to war with free cross-platform messaging app Telegram. Authorities including the FSB wanted access to Telegram’s encryption keys, but the service refused to hand them over.

>As a result, the service – which serviced 200,000,000 people in March alone – came under massive attack. Supported by a court ruling obtained last Friday, authorities ordered ISPs to block huge numbers of IP addresses in an effort to shut Telegram down.

>Amazon and Google, whose services Telegram uses, were both hit with censorship measures, with around 1.8 million IP addresses belonging to the Internet giants blocked in an initial wave of action. But the government was just getting warmed up.

>In an updated posted by Pavel Durov to Twitter from Switzerland late last night, the Telegram founder confirmed that Russia had massively stepped up the fight against his encrypted messaging platform.

>Within the last two days, Russia blocked over 15 million IP addresses in attempts to ban Telegram on its territory. Regardless, Telegram remained available for the majority of Russia’s residents #digitalresistance

>Of course, 15 million IP addresses is a huge volume, particularly since ‘just’ 14 million of Telegram’s users are located in Russia – that’s more than one IP address for each of them. As a result, there are reports of completed unrelated services being affected by the ban, which is to be expected given its widespread nature. But Russia doesn’t want to stop there.

>AccordPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.901850

>>900289

What a faggot. Fuck him.


 No.901851

>>900287

telegram is literal garbage. they should just close the company and donate all their assets to causes like FSF, tor, and open proxies

>Within the last two days, Russia blocked over 15 million IP addresses in attempts to ban Telegram on its territory. Regardless, Telegram remained available for the majority of Russia’s residents #digitalresistance

it's called ip ranges you hyperbolic nigger faggot

>“Despite the ban, we haven’t seen a significant drop in user engagement so far, since Russians tend to bypass the ban with VPNs and proxies. We also have been relying on third-party cloud services to remain partly available for our users there,” Durov wrote on Telegram.

they've been saying this same shit every year since 1990. if russians are all bypassing these bans why are they even there in the first place? either for western propaganda to say how bad russia is or because these policies are just the result of some incompetent department


 No.901853

>>900332

we don't care about your stupid little competition with russia, who don't even notice your existence, polnigger


 No.901855

>>900335

because they have retarded governments that just block everything, like as in OP's post. it takes 5 seconds to setup a VPN and get around it with no reprocussion


 No.901856

>>901139

datacenters aren't well physically secured you cocksucking LARP faggot. stop watching documentaries and figure out how real shit works




File: f53a4291cd44fdc⋯.jpg (1.6 MB, 3648x2736, 4:3, Img_0049.jpg)

 No.901769[Reply]

Im looking to get some sort of NAS, what's a good setup?

>Dedicated NAS box

>HDD connected to Router via USB

>Some shitty old laptop running 24/7

>Full on 19" rack

Im sure you autists have some interesting configurations running

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 No.901810

>>901792

>>901782

There's backdoors alright, not just wd though. I remember a list from the cia leak that had 9 hd manufacturers listed, for firmware backdoors. Do the drives come backdoored? Maybe not, but it's easy to get one backdoored because the firmware is rewritable.

You can get a serial terminal on some of the arm hd controller chips, perfect backdoor platform tbh. What I used to do is cut the pin on the controllers memory that makes it writable, but now the memory is integrated and the chips freak out because they can't log things like power on hours. They could have used it as cache so it had to be writable but it was just firmware that should never change and yet it was writable. A firmware update jumper could fix this bullshit.

Someone should make a firmware that blocks all firmware updates, at least we could consolidate to one or two backdoors.


 No.901815

>>901810

Yeah I remember reading about that and how they'd intercept shipments. But since I don't have a security clearance and am not a cp collector I'm gonna guess they wouldn't bother spying on me. Too much work for no reward.


 No.901819

>>901810

>but it's easy to get one backdoored because the firmware is rewritable.

wait doesn't that mean it's rewritable by the user too?


 No.901830

>>901819

Yes, some serious hacking might be needed because the process is different for manufacturers and models. I wish the memory was still separate because you could do a dump without going through the (((controller))). The system running on a hd controller is sophisticated enough to have a self deleting backdoor or one that deletes itself if it detects an image dump read pattern. There was a good defcon talk about this "running linux on a hard drive" or something. There are no coincidences here.


 No.901867




File: e2c09e6378a766a⋯.webm (4.07 MB, 640x360, 16:9, AV1 Videocodec [360p].webm)

 No.880546[Reply]

the webm is showing h265 vs av1

Webm vs AV1

which is the future?

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 No.896521

>>896473

Someone should write a nyaa-get, like pirate-get


 No.896532

>>896467

Which took acktually took place in ancient Japan.


 No.901671

File: 079602cc6f95a69⋯.jpg (58.92 KB, 750x730, 75:73, bepis.jpg)

>latest ffmpeg release has AV1 support

oh fug, here we go

Wonder how it compares to the reference encoder.


 No.901710

>>901671

>latest ffmpeg

fug, apparently it's not in macOS homebrew yet…


 No.901821

Isn't encoding av1 still like an order of magnitude slower than x265, which is already fairly tedious tbh.




File: 13bc979dfc345bb⋯.jpg (18.21 KB, 618x401, 618:401, 1524046640584.jpg)

 No.901665[Reply]

Source

https://www.thedailybeast.com/chat-site-for-gamers-got-overrun-by-the-alt-right-now-its-fighting-back

"Discord told The Daily Beast it has also begun working with the Southern Poverty Law Center to combat hate groups on the platform"

Discord is working with a anti free speech organization to censor it's users.

While I disagree with these hate groups, censorship will give them even more of a platform

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 No.901817

>>901756

I used discord back when I played gaymes I've since quit both discord and all proprietary games I played. They didn't require a phone number. You can even chat with other users without an account.


 No.901832

>>901767

>New Google algorithm restricts access to left-wing, progressive web sites

By Andre Damon and Niles Niemuth

27 July 2017

In the three months since Internet monopoly Google announced plans to keep users from accessing “fake news,” the global traffic rankings of a broad range of left-wing, progressive, anti-war and democratic rights organizations have fallen significantly.

On April 25, 2017, Google announced that it had implemented changes to its search service to make it harder for users to access what it called “low-quality” information such as “conspiracy theories” and “fake news.”

The company said in a blog post that the central purpose of the change to its search algorithm was to give the search giant greater control in identifying content deemed objectionable by its guidelines. It declared that it had “improved our evaluation methods and made algorithmic updates” in order “to surface more authoritative content.”

Google continued, “Last month, we updated our Search Quality Rater Guidelines to provide more detailed examples of low-quality webpages for raters to appropriately flag.” These moderators are instructed to flag “upsetting user experiences,” including pages that present “conspiracy theories,” unless “the query clearly indicates the user is seeking an alternative viewpoint.”

Google does not explain precisely what it means by the term “conspiracy theory.” Using the broad and amorphous category of fake news, the aim of the change to Google’s search system is to restrict access to alternative web sites, whose coverage and interpretation of events conflict with those of such establishment media outlets as the New York Times and the Washington Post.

By flagging content in such a way that it does not appear in the first one or two pages of a search result, Google is able to effectively block users’ access to it. Given the fact that vast amounts of web traffic are influenced bPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.901834

>>901817

You probably got invites he didn't, maybe you need a phone number to create channels.


 No.901836

>>901665

>While I disagree with these hate groups

kys, Jewlover


 No.901864

>>901665

>terrorism isn't a cool bad goy word anymore

>now we have hate groups




File: e001175adc3c5fc⋯.png (87.56 KB, 1092x512, 273:128, ipfsthread.png)

File: 957095eb5bec93f⋯.png (140.19 KB, 512x512, 1:1, ipfs-logo-icewithbg-512.png)

File: 1666469e81f661b⋯.webm (3.94 MB, 1920x1040, 24:13, ipfs webm 1.webm)

 No.793208[Reply]

Updates

0.4.10 - 2017-06-27

>Ipfs 0.4.10 is a patch release that contains several exciting new features, bugfixes and general improvements. Including new commands, easier corruption recovery, and a generally cleaner codebase.

Features:

>Add support for specifying the hash function in ipfs add

>Implement ipfs key {rm, rename}

>Implement ipfs shutdown command

>Implement ipfs pin update

>Implement ipfs pin verify

>Implemented experimental p2p commands

0.4.9 - 2017-04-30

>Ipfs 0.4.9 is a maintenance release that contains several useful bugfixes and improvements. Notably, ipfs add has gained the ability to select which CID version will be output.

Features:

>Add support for using CidV1 in 'ipfs add'

tl;dr for Beginners

>decentralized P2P network

>like torrenting, but instead of getting a .torrent file or magnet link that shares a pre-set group of files, you get a hash of the files which is searched for in the network and served automatically

>you can add files to the entire network with one line in the CLI or a drag-and-drop into the web interface

>HTTP gateways let you download any hash through your browser without running IPFS

>can stream video files in mpv or VLC (though it's not recommended unless the file has a lot of seeds)

How it Works

When you add a file, the files are cryptographically hashed and a merkle tree is created. These hashes are announced by the IPFS client to the nodes in the network. (The IPFS team often describes the network as a "Merkle forest.") Any user can request one of these hashes and the nodes set up peer connections automatically. If two users share the same file then both of them can seed it to a third person reqPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.901786

>>901697

>>901631

>>901629

D A M A G E

C O N T R O L


 No.901791

File: 2aea3f50d339bd4⋯.png (26.13 KB, 274x321, 274:321, hurr durr durr durr.png)

>>901786

>discussion relevant to thread

>damage control


 No.901802

>>901629

I'd rather we have share threads than a share board.


 No.901805

>can I use tor

>>yeah here you go

Then I went to sleep and 2 people started screeching at each other.

You both should feel bad. We were having a nice thread for once.


 No.901808

>>901802

we have /pdfs/ and it works, so /ipfs/ would work as well right?

Not to mention unfortunately in /tech/ we have a bunch of retards like >>901786 and >>901595 who shit up the threads




File: d25f9de96f35c3c⋯.gif (53.13 KB, 380x302, 190:151, macquad-e1361658317216.gif)

 No.788250[Reply]

Post some cool or nostalgic stuff

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 No.901727


 No.901749

>>901727

I've noticed the Daggerfall shop theme sounds pretty similar to that actually.


 No.901761

>>822068

>>821995

Woah shit, Brad Turner is the Phone Looser of America guy.


 No.901789

>>791991

>hashtag include less than es tee dee eye oh dot eightsh greater than newline

are these the latest algorithms from the cloud I keep hearing about?


 No.901798

>>901761

That's Brad Carter, you turdwinder.

Btw, how well known is the PLA in tech circles? Because I'm surprised to see it mentioned here.




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 No.890644[Reply]

>find thread on forum that seems to have my exact problem

>it's marked as solved

>PM sent :^)

Why is this still the fucking case? What could possibly be so secret that you need to send it as a PM?

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 No.901556

>>894718

>want to use forum search

>IP is banned

>need JS

>solve our special snowflake captcha that doesnt work

>solve recaptcha which hasnt worked since around 2006

>etc


 No.901560

>>901498

>>901501

install gentoo.


 No.901613

File: 5798686da64d32c⋯.jpg (42.29 KB, 660x440, 3:2, bezos.jpg)

>have a problem

>run program as admin

>problem solved

feels good to be a win KEK


 No.901773

>>893977

>implying there's a difference between his distro, ubuntu and arch

>>900765

how is it counter productive?


 No.901775

File: 48c1b27725d1795⋯.png (24.87 KB, 300x300, 1:1, cute anime pic 0001.png)

>>890644

I have literally never seen this in my life




File: 020e10a66ee7725⋯.jpg (27.56 KB, 400x400, 1:1, t0hTBWbA_400x400.jpg)

 No.898094[Reply]

In a Leaked Memo, Apple Warns Employees to Stop Leaking Information

http://archive.is/BdUsv

>Apple Inc. warned employees to stop leaking internal information on future plans and raised the specter of potential legal action and criminal charges, one of the most-aggressive moves by the world’s largest technology company to control information about its activities.

>The Cupertino, California-based company said in a lengthy memo posted to its internal blog that it "caught 29 leakers," last year and noted that 12 of those were arrested. "These people not only lose their jobs, they can face extreme difficulty finding employment elsewhere," Apple added. The company declined to comment on Friday.

>Apple outlined situations in which information was leaked to the media, including a meeting earlier this year where Apple’s software engineering head Craig Federighi told employees that some planned iPhone software features would be delayed. Apple also cited a yet-to-be-released software package that revealed details about the unreleased iPhone X and new Apple Watch.

>Leaked information about a new product can negatively impact sales of current models, give rivals more time to begin on a competitive response, and lead to fewer sales when the new product launches, according to the memo. “We want the chance to tell our customers why the product is great, and not have that done poorly by someone else,” Greg Joswiak, an Apple product marketing executive, said in the memo.

>The crackdown is part of broader and long-running attempts by Silicon Valley technology companies to track and limit what information their employees share publicly. Firms like Google and Facebook Inc. are pretty open with staff about their plans, but keep close tabs on their outside communications and sometime fire people when they find leaks.

>Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg last week talked about her disappointment with leakers. In 2016, Google fired an employee after the person shared internal posts criticizing an executive. The employee filed a lawsuit claiming their speech was protected under CaliPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.899351

>>898094

>banning leaking will surely stop leaking from happening

>>898378

I also dislike the stupid reddit shit that gets overused, but I also dislike retards spacing every sentence.


 No.900317

>>899160

>Do they install hardware level rootkits on those machines?

Apple assigns new engineers to fake products for a year or two before they let them work on anything that's actually real. It's not a big stretch to imagine that they'd spy on people too. It's probably all in the thousand page agreement you sign when you get a job there.


 No.901061

>>898096

I can read just fine on my 16:10 monitor.

Maybe you should just lay down your smartphone and use an actual computer.


 No.901183

>>898096

Here you go you retarded nigger: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/line-height

How to inject/modify CSS into/of a website is left as an exercise to the reader.


 No.901757

>even the memo lecture about not leaking shit is leaked

>mfw some anon at apple is intentionally leaking info just for the lulz




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 No.901502[Reply]

Why haven't you installed Void on your PS4 yet /tech/?

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 No.901656

File: 21ccd13981c9541⋯.jpg (11.94 KB, 300x243, 100:81, Kim-Jwa-jin.jpg)

I don't have a PS4 because I don't play games.


 No.901679

I don't have a PS4 because I play video games.


 No.901688

>>901576

>I thought those consoles used MIPS. That would be the only reason for me to buy one tbh.

Yes anon, and SGI is helping Nintendo create the MIPS console of tomorrow!


 No.901690

>>901583

I want me that fuckin' PSP


 No.901735

How did you do that anon?




File: 286016a7d61056e⋯.jpg (50.49 KB, 567x579, 189:193, k&r_vs_sicp.JPG)

 No.897280[Reply]

Which one and why?

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 No.901406

>>900509

What do you use Scheme for?


 No.901413

>>901406

He uses it for writing scheme interpreters like ever other undergrad has done 10 thousand times.


 No.901508

>>901406

Scheme suffers from its relative lack of libraries, but it's a very powerful language.


 No.901521

>>901508

Nice dodge


 No.901731

File: 3b98dbac3a7b86f⋯.png (173.8 KB, 392x462, 28:33, 1492875474270.png)

>>897280

SICP is honestly one of the best to get the core concepts of programming down which you can apply to really any language. The C book is the best for learning C, but SICP enforces a ton of very good general programming concepts. The whole approach is more autistic, but the results from learning it are very useful to your skill as a programmer. It takes some effort but it's a very good learning tool and well written.




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 No.901264[Reply]

Wow, it seems finally the FOSS world will have a game development suite, it seems is the final year of games in linux.

I mean, a single argentinian autists literally BTFO a multibillion company with hundreds of employees.

How?

Is this the power of autism?

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 No.901674

>>901280

Biggest advantage that proprietary software has over free software is marketing.

Too many FLOSS devs have unrealistic expectation that people would use some software just because it is superior in technical sense. Meanwhile proprietary software people invest into tutorials and shit that teaches people how to use their software.

By the time that people find out about FLOSS they are already used to proprietary counterpart and find FLOSS unintuitive unless FLOSS copies proprietary software design. If FLOSS creates copy of proprietary software design then there is no need to switch to it because you do not gain anything by switching.

tl;dr: FLOSS people need better marketing.


 No.901693

Thats great and all but ive seen unity porn games and no godot porn yet. Call me when CoA or some other h makes the switch.


 No.901694

Thats great and all but ive seen unity porn games and no godot porn yet. Call me when CoA or some other h makes the switch. Id love to see the potential of this engine


 No.901700

>>901693

porn requires licensing of actors/actresses

those guys love money, so it will never happen until now


 No.901716

Every time I re-try godot I see they've changed everything, I get confused and frustrated, and then I give up.




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