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  1. job_stream 0.1.4Read the original story

    6 hrs ago | Python

    Job Stream ========== A tiny C library and python module based on OpenMPI for distributing streamed batch processing across multi-threaded workers. * [Introduction] * [Requirements] * [Building job_stream] * [Building and Installing the Python Module] * [Building the C++ Shared Library] * [Build Paths] * [Linux] * [Python Recipes] * [for x in ...] * [Nested for i in x] * [C++ Basics] * [Reducers and Frames] * [Words of Warning] * [Unfriendly Examples] * [Recent Changelog] * [Roadmap] * [Appendix] * [Running the Tests] * [Running a job_stream C++ Application] * [Running in Python] ##Introduction job_stream is a straightforward and effective way to implement distributed computations.

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  2. Andy_I The British film "Frequencies" (aka "OXV: The Manual") has...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | EETimes

    The British film "Frequencies" has popped up from time to time lately on the premium cable TV channels. You might find it either fascinating or puzzling.

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  3. Re: Other favoritesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | EETimes

    The British film "Frequencies" has popped up from time to time lately on the premium cable TV channels. You might find it either fascinating or puzzling.

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  4. Bank, credit union or co-op, pot's solution sits with commissionerRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Denver Post

    As the advent of Amendment 64 unfolded in early 2014, the impact of a business industry cornered into operating without normal banking became clear. The entrepreneurs tired of hopping from one institution to the next, couching company names in childish euphemisms just to pass the filters.

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  5. Fiona suspect 'misled' witness about 'burial site'Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Independent.ie

    Gardai believe the suspect in the murder and disappearance of Fiona Pender may have misled the witness who gave them information about the missing woman's alleged burial site that was excavated over the past fortnight. The information given by the female witness tallied with other evidence gardai had from the early stages of the investigation into the August 1996 disappearance, which they believe suggested Fiona was buried in the Slieve Bloom Mountains.

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  6. Book Review: The Mystery Woman from Romance Author Amanda QuickRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    The Mystery Woman , the second installment in Amanda Quick 's the Ladies of Lantern Street series is a romantic adventure set in England's late Victorian period. It is almost one hundred years after the American Revolution and relations between England and America are amicable.

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  7. Retailers still cashing in after ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

    Online and in-store sales are up over last year as consumers spent more freely than they have since before the recession, thanks to rising wages and falling gas prices. And although the Christmas tree may already be heading for the trash bin, the shopping season is not over yet.

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  8. John Phelps's portfolioRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    We found it decidedly tough going over 2014 as we struggled to steer our four investment portfolios to yet another year of above-average stock market growth. We found it decidedly tough going over 2014 as we struggled to steer our four investment portfolios to yet another year of above-average stock market growth.

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  9. Free: Panasonic TX-29S90Z TelevisionRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Geekzone

    FREE: PANASONIC TX-29S90Z Television 29" CRT TV. Works fine. Power button a takes a couple of efforts sometimes.

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  10. Hotels Want to Block WiFi devicesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Out of the Frying Pan, and into the Cube

    In its petition to the FCC, Marriott and the hotel lobby argued that guests can use their smartphones or Mi-Fi devices to launch an attack against a hotel's Wi-Fi network or threaten other guests' privacy . They also said that those gadgets can interfere with the hotel's Wi-Fi, slowing down speeds for other customers.

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  11. COLUMN: People Make the Difference: Time for New Year's ResolutionsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Times Bulletin

    An inspirational quote for the new year"What lies before us and what lies behind us are small matters compared to what lies within us. And when we bring what is within out into the world, miracles happen."

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  12. Purdy: 49ers' dysfunctional trio might regret this someday -- if they don't alreadyRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | San Jose Mercury News

    Either way, with the benefit of hindsight, they will wonder and feel remorse about how they got so far off track. I suspect that if you peeled enough layers away from their public countenances, you would find there are already some real feelings of regret inside Jim Harbaugh, Trent Baalke and Jed York.

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  13. Winter GiveAway 2014 Week 4 Grand PrizeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Pureoverclock

    Welcome to PureOverclock's Annual Winter Giveaway for 2014! W ee k 4 AKA Grand Prize Week!! 12/28-1/2 Drawing on 1-3-14 Please Read Terms and Conditions below before entering. SHIPPING TO US ONLY.

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  14. What the future of robots could look likeRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | WICU12 Erie

    Editor's note: Chris Atkeson is a professor at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute and Human Computer Interaction Institute. This commentary is based on a 15-year collaboration between CMU and the University of Pittsburgh on care robots and Quality of Life Technology.

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  15. zope.publisher 4.1.0Read the original story

    7 hrs ago | Python

    It has support for plain HTTP/WebDAV clients, web browsers as well as XML-RPC and FTP clients. Input and output streams are represented by request and response objects which allow for easy client interaction from Python.

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  16. Coffee Payment System Doesn't Void Your WarrantyRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Hack a day

    His latest hack allowed him to add a coffee payment system to an off-the-shelf coffee maker without modifying the coffee maker itself. This project is an update to his previous adventures in coffee maker hacking which logged who was using up all of the coffee.

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  17. Entrepreneurs brainstorm their practical creations at ESURead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Pocono Record

    Brothers Andy and Ziggy Hrehorovich were featured earlier this year on the Discovery Channel for their patented idea for novelty-shaped microwave popcorn bags, which expand into footballs, hearts and other shapes as the corn pops. It wasn't long before other 'closet' inventors started calling up Andy, asking him 'how he did it' and eager to bounce around ideas.

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  18. High-scoring offenses create longer college gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Erie Times News

    Bear Bryant said offense sells tickets, and he was right. College football is enjoying immense popularity in an era of record scoring.

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  19. Voice from 'Big Hero' sounds offRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Pocono Record

    Generally, it's easy to recognize the celebrity hired to provide a voice for an animated movie. Was there any question as soon as you heard Buzz Lightyear that Tim Allen was the guy talking for the space toy? But no matter how good your ear is when it comes to picking out actors doing voices, there's no way you could have guessed who does the talking for Baymax in "Big Hero 6" unless you stayed to read the closing credits.

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  20. Computational framework for structural DNA nanotechnologyRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Nanodot

    Top row: 3-D structural predictions generated using CanDo by Stavros Gaitanaros, a researcher in MIT's Laboratory for Computational Biology and Biophysics , based on sequence designs provided by Fei Zhang of the Hao Yan Lab at Arizona State University. Bottom row: designs by Keyao Pan /Nature Communications It seems that every month or two we write about another advance in structural DNA nanotechnology - the topic of the second Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology - most recently here , here , and here .

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