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The website for Yuri’s Night features, inexplicably but agreeably, an ostensibly Russian model dancing in leather pants and rocking some sort of weird woolly arm socks. I’ll settle for a virtual tour of the universe at the City University of New York; if you’re not in NYC, just check this list to find a party near you.

He added a 12-volt power supply and simply hooked the screen’s RCA jacks to an extra video card that he plugged into one of the machine’s PCI slots.

A company called Followers and Likes had no such scruples. It sold us 10,000 retweets for the Russian FauxPublica account for $45, and 5,000 retweets for the English language FauxPublica account for $28. And we bought more expensive retweets from Devumi, which charged $29 for 1,000, promising that its retweets will “look 100 percent real.”

What Really Happened: Lands’ End launched its “Legends Series”—”our ode to individuals who have made a difference in both their respective industries and the world at large,” as the company described it—in its spring catalog. There was an interview with feminist icon Gloria Steinem, and a line of products featuring the logo of the ERA Coalition, which would earn the organization $3 for each item sold. Seems straightforward, right?

The Kyrgyz “telephone gate” scandal greatly embarrassed the provisional government as it exposed how the positions and money were distributed. Making matters worse, the Russian producers tapping gear – Moscow’s Oniks-Line and Novosibirsk’s Signatek – were accused of retaining backdoors in the equipment. “We shipped the interception equipment to Kyrgyzstan, it was an intergovernmental decision,” admitted Sergei Pykhtunov, deputy director of the Sygnatek. But he said he was not aware of the scandal and dismissed the accusation. Sergei Bogotskoi, CEO of Oniks-Line, took the same line. The scandal did not cause the national government to change the approach to the national interception rules.

Consumers who used Yahoo Mail e-mail accounts to register for the Federal Trade Commission’s new do-not-call service were met with an ironic twist Friday – Yahoo’s spam filter intercepted confirmation messages sent from FTC servers.

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The App Store. An application we’ve written to deliver applications to the iPhone.
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Aside from those immediate preparations, the office can also serve as a connection to the universe of expertise outside the government. As Hurricane Sandy’s water began to recede and the recovery began, the Obama OSTP began leveraging those connections. Brian Forde, who at the time was the senior adviser to the US Chief Technology Officer for Mobile and Data Innovation (he is now running for Congress in California’s 45th district), coordinated a number of projects with large tech companies, open source coders, and even high school students to help people in the aftermath of the storm.

*its own versions of popular Web 2.0 sites, but [hid] them behind password-protected portals. In that way, the Army appears to have found a middle ground between Internet proponents and skeptics. On this toehold, the land combat branch is steadily building new Internet tools that might help the United States catch up to Internet-savvy jihadists.
In late April, the land-warfare branch even launched an official blogging service for officers. The blogs combine the best of the civilian Web 2.0 with *old-fashioned military-grade security.

Lords of Waterdeep takes place, surprisingly enough, in the city-state of Waterdeep, a port located in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting. It is one of the most beloved locations in Dungeons & Dragons history, due in large part to the political intrigue created by the Masked Lords who rule it.

The two tools that I have found to be the most useful are bandcamp.com and fanbridge.com.

Stem cell research is playing a “distant supporting role” in campaigns across the country, said DailyKos founder Markos Moulitsas. But the topic seems to provide fertile ground for damaging verbal gaffes, such as when Republican Michael Steele compared stem cell research to the Holocaust in front of a Jewish audience, Moulitsas pointed out.

Videotaped selections from these exchanges will be streamed on the program’s website. Students across the country will have a chance to ask Watkins follow-up questions, with Web rings, a message center and online resource guide to foster further dialogue between medical professionals and students.

Gemstar and Thomson are trying to tap that mainstream audience through a nationwide advertising and marketing campaign. Oprah Winfrey recently promoted the REB1100 on her television show, giving away 350 devices to the audience.

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But when Palm Beach County, Florida, a popular tourist destination, passed an ordinance in October 2018 requiring Airbnb and other short-term rental companies to collect and pay the county’s 6 percent occupancy tax on visits arranged through their sites, Airbnb sued.

Both Socialist Prime Minister Lionel Jospin and incumbent, right-wing President Jacques Chirac –- considered the two main contenders for the presidency – have been eager to assert their credentials as progressive, Internet-savvy politicians.

Costing $250, the lucky grab bags were filled with about $600 worth of Apple goods, including a wireless Airport base station, a wireless keyboard and mouse, some software and a store discount card. About one in six of the bags also contained an iPod mini.

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