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Top 10 Fonts Web Designers Love

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When I was starting out with Web and graphic design, I was always wondering about the fonts that real designers use.

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, September 19, 2013 11:44 PM

Note where Hevetica comes in :).

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Time Magazine Wonders "Can Google Solve Death?"

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Time magazine's new cover story is the about the ultimate tech company cage match: GOOGLE VS. DEATH. In Silicon Valley parlance, this mortal coil is a bug, not a feature, and Time gives GOOG pretty generous odds.

 

It’s worth pointing out that there is no other company in Silicon Valley that could plausibly make such an announcement. Smaller outfits don’t have the money; larger ones don’t have the bones. Apple may have set the standard for surprise unveilings but, excepting a major new product every few years, these mostly qualify as short-term. Google’s modus operandi, in comparison, is gonzo airdrops into deep “Wait, really?” territory. Last week Apple announced a gold iPhone; what did you do this week, Google? Oh, we founded a company that might one day defeat death itself.

 

Also worth pointing out? No company can plausibly claim to defeat death. It's de facto implausible! "Might," doesn't quite cover it. Probably. "One day." Outlook hazy, but hey, it gives Time and Google an excuse to talk about "moon shots," Larry Page's pet phrasefor outlandish, presumably genius ideas. Page, who helped found Singularity University, has had a life-extension fetish for a while. Last year, the company hired transhumanist cheerleader Ray Kurzweil to build "the ultimate AI."

 

The death-curing company Time is referring to is Calico. According to a press release put out at the same time as the article, Calico "will focus on health and well-being, in particular the challenge of aging and associated diseases." Calico's CEO and founding investor is Arthur D. Levinson, the former CEO of Genentech, the biotech corporation. Even with this new role to alter the basic nature of human existence, Levinson "will remain Chairman of Genentech and a director of Hoffmann-La Roche, as well as Chairman of Apple."

 

Medicine is well on its way to becoming an information science: doctors and researchers are now able to harvest and mine massive quantities of data from patients. And Google is very, very good with large data sets. While the company is holding its cards about Calico close to the vest, expect it to use its core data-handling skills to shed new light on familiar age-related maladies. Sources close to the project suggest it will start small and focus entirely on researching new technologies.

 

What’s certain is that looking at medical problems through the lens of data and statistics, rather than simply attempting to bring drugs to market, can produce startlingly counterintuitive opinions. “Are people really focused on the right things?” Page muses. “One of the things I thought was amazing is that if you solve cancer, you’d add about three years to people’s average life expectancy. We think of solving cancer as this huge thing that’ll totally change the world. But when you really take a step back and look at it, yeah, there are many, many tragic cases of cancer, and it’s very, very sad, but in the aggregate, it’s not as big an advance as you might think.”Page, in other words, is a man for whom solving—not curing—cancer may not be a big enough task.

 

Solving death over curing cancer is a pretty high class problem. But before we start working ourselves into a frenzy about who has access to Google's "solution"—decrying some dystopian double feature of Elysiumand In Time, where only the poor die young—consider the hubris of Page's claims.

 

The fact that Time is laundering that belief is a bubble indicator. How do you know when everyone is too intoxicated on the phantom power of pampered billionaires? When they tell you they can solve death and you believe them.

 


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Steve Kingsley's comment, September 20, 2013 11:56 AM
Pampered billioners? Larry Page works harder than the writer of this article and 10 of like him together!
Elizabeth Oneil's comment, September 20, 2013 1:42 PM
VVX cool
Sylvie Mercier's curator insight, June 17, 2016 5:21 AM
Threat or tricks ?


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Create Professional Timelines in PowerPoint with Just a Few Clicks! Free Add-in.

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Office Timeline is an award winning, free Microsoft PowerPoint add-in which helps create beautiful timelines, gantt charts, and project schedules with an easy-to-use wizard. The wizard guides you through each step, letting you to create and edit professional looking timelines in a matter of clicks!


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Frédéric DEBAILLEUL's comment, September 20, 2013 4:57 AM
Non, toujours pas de version Mac... Pas le sentiment que cet add-in sortira un jour sous Linux ou Mac.
Aurélia-Claire Jaeger's curator insight, September 20, 2013 9:29 AM

Vendu ! (Je rigole, c'est gratuit :)

France Lafleur's curator insight, September 20, 2013 10:03 AM

Un autre outil pour agrémenter votre site ou vos médias sociaux, par exemple: une présentation de vos activités sur LinkedIn.

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Brands, It's Time To Get Moving: Why Action-Oriented Marketing Is The Way Forward

Brands, It's Time To Get Moving: Why Action-Oriented Marketing Is The Way Forward | Digital-News on Scoop.it today | Scoop.it

According to neuroscience, success in marketing all about human action not human being...In the latest in his series on neuroscience and marketing, Douglas Van Praet argues that humans are driven by movement and memory, and the best brands think beyond grabbing eyeballs and focus on creating experiences.Despite our continued homage to the almighty 30-second spot and the much heralded promise of the virtual and digital realm, as Marvin Gaye sang in his 1968 hit “Ain’t nothing like the real thing.”The greatest irony in advertising is that despite continued heavy media investments, branding doesn’t simply occur by staring at the TV or surfing the web. It happens best in the tangible interactions of authentic human experiences....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 20, 2013 11:27 AM

This is a really interesting read about the role of neuroscience in  marketing.

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Shooting the Fuji X-E1 with long lenses | Tom Grill

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In my last blog post I editorialized about the need for long telephoto lenses in Fuji-X mount to expand the pro capabilities of the system. To explore this theme, over the past few days I have been using the Fuji X-E1 and the Fuji 55-200mm zoom, and adapting some long Nikon telephotos to gain some super-tele effects. I used the Fuji 55-200mm zoom alone to do these stark compositions of some of New York's bridges in black and white......



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Top 5 Ways to Use Mind Maps for E-Learning

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Are you interested in improving your eLearning? These 5 techniques will help you leverage the power of Mind Maps and encourage you to utilize online Mind Maps in particular. Follow these tips to transform your eLearning using online Mind Maps.

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Christopher Pappas's curator insight, September 18, 2013 9:49 AM

How Mind Maps Can Be Used As An Effective Tool For eLearning

 

Are you interested in improving your eLearning? These 5 techniques will help you leverage the power of Mind Maps and encourage you to utilize online Mind Maps in particular. Follow these tips to transform your eLearning using online Mind Maps.

http://elearningindustry.com/top-5-ways-to-use-mind-maps-for-e-learning

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Facebook sorry for suicide dating ad

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Facebook apologises for promoting an advert which used the photo of a teenager who had committed suicide earlier this year after cyber-bullying.

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19 Dr. Seuss iPad Reading Apps Organized By Text Level - TeachThought

19 Dr. Seuss iPad Reading Apps Organized By Text Level - TeachThought | Digital-News on Scoop.it today | Scoop.it

"Elementary readers–both early, emerging, and independent–are all likely familiar with Dr. Seuss.

 

From the sing-song meter and mesmerizing cadence, to the outrageous narratives that keep readers engaged, Dr. Seuss books are a staple for elementary school class libraries, and children’s bookshelves at home.

 

Bringing him into the 21st century are reading apps–usually digital versions of books with mild interactivity added on. Listly user Katherine Page Burdick has gone through the trouble of linking to each of these apps on the iTunes app store, and further separating them by independent reading level. Brilliant! If you agree, give her a follow on Listly letting her know."


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Man claims he was shot by police in his own driveway

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Smoking almost killed Roy Middleton when he was allegedly fired upon by police as he searched for a loose cigarette in a car parked in his own driveway in Warrington, Fla.
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A VC: Mentor/Investor Whiplash

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I've been doing a tour of the summer accelerator programs and a question I get a lot is about the feedback the teams get from the investors and mentors they meet with. They ask me how much should they react...
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Six Unconventional, Scientific Ways to Be Happier

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Happiness. There isn't a single human being who doesn't want it, and for many, it is the primary pursuit in life. Conventional wisdom tells us that we need a good job, a great family life, and 11.5 months of vacation time to be happy.
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8 Ways to Improve Your Facebook Engagement . . .

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Facebook Page Engagement: follow these examples of cool Facebook posts to boost engagement on your Facebook Page.

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David Blundell's curator insight, September 18, 2013 10:21 PM

Are you searching for some ideas to improve engagement for your Facebook page? This excellent post from Krista Bunskoek moght give you inspitaion . . .

Agi Anderson's curator insight, September 24, 2013 8:09 AM

Use images ... according to Hubspot, you can generate 53% more likes using images vs a post with just text.

 

Learn more about Powerful Facebook Marketing:

http://realproadvisor.com/facebook-marketing/

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Portable, low-cost early-warning test for osteoporosis 

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A handheld device for diagnosing the early signs of osteoporosis could be available for clinical use within five years.

 

The technology is currently being refined and tested at the University of Southampton with support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The original concept was invented at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

 

Unlike existing methods of assessing bone fragility, which measure bone density using X-rays, the device is designed to measure the ability of bone tissue to prevent small cracks growing into full-blown fractures.

It does this by pressing a microscopic needle a tiny distance into the top layer of bone. Measured electronically, the amount of penetration indicates how fragile the bone tissue is and therefore the risk of experiencing an osteoporotic fracture later in life.

 

Osteoporosis is often referred to as fragile bone disease. However, for many sufferers, the first indication that they have the condition is when they actually sustain a fracture.

 

Drugs can slow or arrest the development of the disease, but the condition may already be quite advanced by the time the first break has happened. Doctors can estimate an individual's risk of fracturing by using bone-density measurements and other factors such as age, gender, smoking and any history of fracturing. But the new microindentation technology affordably delivers a fundamentally different measurement that has huge potential to refine such an evaluation.

 
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Courtney Gritman's curator insight, September 27, 2013 2:56 PM

With the new techlogogy we have today, maybe this small and portable device could help save a few lives. With everything being new and improved, it could lead to medically ground breaking news and cures to the uncurable of diseases, such as diabetes or cancer.

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15 Amazing Facebook Stats [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Facebook truly is an amazing site with record shattering numbers taking place each day. Did you know the average Facebook user spends 20 minutes on the network per visit?


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A Comprehensive Guide for Effective Use of iPad in Teaching ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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The Early Literacy Shift: New Words, New Media, New Friends

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And when I had to explain why iPod didn’t start with an upper case letter the way proper nouns usually did, well, I decided all of the rules were up for grabs. The changes I have mentioned are rather superficial, but they are indicators of a large shift that has been taking place in the way that I teach literacy.


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Sabrina Faulkner's curator insight, September 19, 2013 9:35 PM

Having students use technology in many different ways is a great idea. My children enjoy being able to video chat and skype with their daddy because he is overseas, and they study different words or lessons that they are going over to not only keep him involved but also so they can have the experience of having their daddy help them with school work as well. 

 

ELC Language School's curator insight, September 21, 2013 3:43 PM

add your insight...

 
Peter Lanigan's curator insight, September 23, 2013 4:06 AM

This is also interesting for adult literacies.

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Easy do the research by this over 700 "Research Tools"

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Nader Ale Ebrahim's curator insight, September 19, 2013 4:53 AM

Introduction to the Research Tools Mind Map

Nader Ale Ebrahim
Research Support Unit, Centre of Research Services
Institute of Research Management and Monitoring (IPPP)
University of Malaya, Malaysia
aleebrahim[at]siswa.um.edu.my


Published Online: June 14, 2013


With the increasing use of information and communications technology (ICT), researchers are able to use computer software tools to find, organise, manipulate, analyse, and share relevant information. However, there are hundreds of such tools to select from, for various research-related uses. I have collected over 700 tools that can help researchers do their work efficiently. It is assembled as an interactive Web-based mind map, titled Research Tools, which is updated periodically. Created using the MindMeister software platform, Research Tools provides a convenient interface with zoom in/out, screen drag, and other user-friendly features.

Being a mind map, Research Tools consists of a hierarchical set of nodes. It has four main nodes: (1) Searching the literature, (2) Writing a paper, (3) Targeting suitable journals, and (4) Enhancing visibility and impact, and six auxiliary nodes. In the mind map, each parent node has several child nodes associated with it, which can be accessed by clicking on the plus (+) sign. Several free tools can be found in the child nodes. Some paid tools are also included.

The four main nodes are described below, listing some tools as examples. In the mind map, a green tick sign indicates my preference for some tools. Users can access the tools by clicking on the arrow sign that appears next to the tool title.

1. Searching the Literature

Tools under this node would assist first-year research students and other early-stage researchers in expanding their knowledge base and developing a research focus (Ale Ebrahim, 2013). A sample of these tools is given below, grouped under the specific purposes for which these tools might be used:

(a) Find keywords: Google AdWords, Google Trends, Springer Realtime, KwMap
(b) Develop a new keyword/phrase: Microsoft Adcenter Lab, keyword density analyser, Free Keyword Tool
(c) Find research materials: Web of Science, Scopus®, ProQuest,Research Papers in Economics, Munich Personal RePEc Archive (MPRA)
(d) Evaluate a paper: Publish or Perish, Readermete, Microsoft Academic Research
(e) Access databases: Social Science Research Network, Refdoc, iSEEK Education, Database of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
(f) Compare resources: Top 30 Web Tools to Search, 100 Useful Tips and Tools to Research the Deep Web
(g) Search visually: Kartoo, Redz

 


2. Writing a Paper

Several tools on research writing have been assembled under this node. These tools help researchers in various aspects of scientific and scholarly writing. Here is a sample of such tools:

(a) Write and edit: Ginger, Spell Checker, Plagiarisma, Springer Exemplar
(b) Analyse and summarise texts: Smmry, Tools 4 Noobs, Free Summarizer
(c) Search desktop: DtSearch, Copernic Desktop Search
(d) Write collaboratively: Google Drive, Adobe acrobat professional
(e) Synthesise and visualise information: MindMeister, MindMaple, Text2mindmap
(f) Manage bibliographic data: Mendeley, EndNote, Zotero
(g) Build and share article collections: Bibliogo, WizFolio
(h) Detect and avoid plagiarism: Viper, The Plagiarism Checker, Turnitin, Paper Rater

3. Targeting Suitable Journals

Sometimes, researchers are not sure about the journal they should target for publishing their research papers. They would like to evaluate a journal’s visibility and credibility before submitting their papers. Researchers can use a range of tools to identify, assess, and select appropriate journals with a view to enhancing their publication profile (Ale Ebrahim, 2010).

(a) Identify potential journals: Elsevier journal finder, JANE (from The Biosemantics Group), Springer journal advisor
(b) Detect relevant journals: Google Alerts, My Citation Alerts (from Web of Knowledge)
(c) Evaluate journal quality (impact factor and journal ranking): Journal Citation Report (Thomson Reuters), SJR (Scimago Lab), Eigenfactor® (University of Washington)

4. Enhancing Visibility and Impact

Publishing a research paper in a scholarly journals is necessary but not sufficient for receiving citations in future. We need to ensure that the paper is visible to the relevant users and authors. There are tools that help in enhancing the visibility and readership of research papers. Effective use of these tools can result in increased citations and, thus, improve the h-index of the author (h-index shows the author’s influence as a researcher, see Ale Ebrahim, 2012; Aghaei Chadegani et al., 2013). Here is a sample of tools to increase the visibility of one’s published papers:

(a) Create an online CV: ResearcherID, Publications List, ORCID, Google Scholar My Citations, A visual resume
(b) Create an online repository: CiteuLike, Getcited, PubZone, Social Science Open Access Repository, arXiv, HAL
(c) Share bookmarks: Diigo, Delicious, BibSonomy, ScienceWISE
(d) Publish and share information: Scribd, Docstoc®, figshare, Udemy
(e) Network with other researchers: ResearchGate, Academia, LinkedIn

5. Auxiliary Nodes

Research tools which could not be categorised under the above four main nodes have been placed under six auxiliary nodes. The auxiliary nodes are: Survey, Links, Keeping up-to-date (Alert service), h-index, General, and Download. The tools under these nodes can assist researchers in keeping track of their research interest and activities in various ways.

(a) Stay current with research: Science direct alerts, MIT press, PubMed, Conference Alerts, WikiCFP
(b) Collect data: SurveyMonkey, Formsite, Survey share, Google Docs, eSurveysPro, Free Online Survey, KwikSurvey
(c) h-index: Prediction scientific h-index, Finding h-index in Web of Science, Optimizing your article for search engines, 10 Ways to Increase Usage and Citation of your Article Using Social Media

6. Conclusion

We can save plenty of research time by using specific tools for specific purposes. This can facilitate quick progress and early completion of research projects. In my experience, research students who use these tools are able to complete their literature review in less than 3 months.

Acknowledgement

Sincere thanks to Professor D. P. Dash for his kind encouragement to write this article and his useful advice on its organisation.

References

Aghaei Chadegani, A., Salehi, H., Yunus, M. M., Farhadi, H., Fooladi, M., Farhadi, M., & Ale Ebrahim, N. (2013). A comparison between two main academic literature collections: Web of Science and Scopus databases. Asian Social Science, 9(5), 18-26. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/ass.v9n5p18

Ale Ebrahim, N. (2010). Target ISI journals: How to write/publish ISI papers [Presentation material]. Retrieved from http://works.bepress.com/aleebrahim/1/

Ale Ebrahim, N. (2012). Publication marketing tools: Enhancing research visibility and improving citations [Presentation material]. Retrieved from http://works.bepress.com/aleebrahim/64/

Ale Ebrahim, N. (2013). The effective use of research tools and resources. [Presentation material]. Retrieved from http://works.bepress.com/aleebrahim/73/


Suggested Citation: Ale Ebrahim, N. (2013). Introduction to the Research Tools mind map. Research World, 10, Article A10.4. Retrieved from http://www1.ximb.ac.in/RW.nsf/pages/A10.4



Copyleft The article may be used freely, for a noncommercial purpose, as long as the original source is properly acknowledged.

Xavier Institute of Management, Xavier Square, Bhubaneswar 751013, India
Research World (ISSN 0974-2379) http://www1.ximb.ac.in/RW.nsf/pages/Home

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Google Wants You To Live Longer—Much, Much Longer

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Google wants to hack the human lifespan. It has launched Calico, a new startup with a hazy  focus on "health and well-being, in particular the challenge of aging and associated diseases."


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Donovan Baldwin's curator insight, September 22, 2013 9:36 AM

I looked at this a little. It's an interesting concept, one of the largest businesses looking at one of mankind's major problems. However, such a situation is rife with the opportunity for "unintended consequences". I'll keep watching this.

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US Military Scientists Solve the Fundamental Problem of Viral Marketing | MIT Technology Review

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Network theorists working for the US military have worked out how to identify the small “seed” group of people who can spread a message across an entire network

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Ken Morrison's curator insight, September 19, 2013 6:08 AM

Thank you to Howard Rheingold for sharing this post.

Charlie Dare's curator insight, September 21, 2013 12:31 AM

A new marketers possible model that doesn’t account for interest, if you like rock music as opposed to classical or how those that talk  too much get ignored like shock jocks,

Joe Boutte's curator insight, September 24, 2013 6:44 AM

Leadership does involve viral influence to change the world for the better. Emerging lessons here for all levels of leaders in a networked world.

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To-do list app 24me gets recurring tasks, automatic birthday reminders and Astrid migration on iOS

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24me is a novel to-do list app that offers automatic reminders and instant payment options for users' mobile phone, cable TV and Internet bills in the US and Canada. The startup is ...
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Effective Community Building Through #leancontent

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Is it possible to build community without content? We think not. Find out how to leverage Lean Content methodologies and apply them to your community building strategy from some of NYC's top social media and community management experts. Panelists: Brian Murray, Director of Talent & Culture, Likeable Media Brian is the Director of Talent and Cultu...

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Pinterest Now Tracks Everybody by Default, but You Can Opt Out

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Pinterest now supports Do Not Track. But it's also going to track people more.
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