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Surfing the internet for long periods of time can cause withdrawal symptoms ... - Daily Mail

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Using the internet for excessively long periods can give people withdrawal symptoms similar to drug abusers, scientists have warned.
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World's Quietest Computer Packs a Powerful Punch [REVIEW]

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What runs the fastest Intel Core i7 chip, a graphics card that can drive 4 monitors and plays serious games? The world's quietest computer, that's what.
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Internet Safety for Adults

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Finally invented: A computer incapable of crashing | theWeek

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London scientists have created a machine that can repair its own damaged code... Good news for folks who regularly find themselves mashing control+alt+delete until their fingernails hurt: Researchers at the University College London have invented a new "systemic" computer that automatically repairs corrupted data whenever it appears. In non-geek speak, all that means is that this gilded, Platonic ideal of desktop PCs never, ever crashes. How does such a miracle machine even work? Its creators, naturally, turned to Mother Nature — more specifically, the random modeling that allows swarms of bees to scatter in unison around a honey-hungry bear or that allows atoms to bounce around until they find their proper place....


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ASUS Mother board, AMD CPU and ASUS DG 5.1 Sound Card

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Selling a AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition 3.4ghz with a ASUS M4A89TD PRO/USB3 mother board and ASUS SONAR DG 5.1 sound card with headphone amp $100 for the package (ASUS Mother board, AMD CPU and ASUS DG 5.1 Sound Card ( Halifax ) $100.00:...
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Internet rates may go up under new licence framework - Hindu Business Line

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Internet rates may go up under new licence framework Hindu Business Line Industry body Internet Service Provider Association of India (ISPAI) said that rates of Internet and broadband services may go up under the new licence framework due to high...
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When the Internet was for strangers - Salon

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The computer scientist J.C.R. Licklider breathlessly foretold the Internet in a 1968 paper with Robert W.
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Kansas still behind in high-speed Internet access | Wichita Eagle

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Kansas continues to lag behind the rest of the nation in access to high-speed Internet service, according to state and federal reports.

 

Only about a quarter of Kansans have fixed Internet service running at speeds fast enough to effectively stream audio or video, according to the annual report of the Kansas Corporation Commission, recently presented to the utilities committees in the state Legislature.

 

Nationally, about four out of 10 households have that capability.

 

“Broadband is a foundation for economic growth, job creation, global competitiveness and a better way of life, but broadband in America is not yet where it needs to be,” the report said. “Similarly, advances in broadband deployment and speeds continue in Kansas, but we are not yet where we need to be.”

 

The report calculated that about 63 percent of the state’s 1.2 million households have a fixed connection to an Internet service offering download speeds of at least 200 kilobyte per second.

 

That 200 Kbps is about four times as fast as the old dial-up services and comparable to AT&T’s lowest-tier DSL broadband service.

 

The phone company’s Internet offerings range from a “Basic” package with speeds from 200 to 768 kilobytes per second, up to a U-verse “turbo” package between 18 and 24 megabytes per second, or Mbps.

 

The state report also showed that 292,000 households – or 24 percent – are connected to faster broadband service offering a download speed of 3 megabytes per second or faster.

 

For the Wichita area, that standard would correspond to the slowest speed service offered by Cox Cable, which offers packages with download speeds ranging from 3 to 50 Mbps.

 

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Europeans Take a More Cautious Approach Toward Online Courses - New York Times

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The Hindu Europeans Take a More Cautious Approach Toward Online Courses New York Times Ever since the German computer scientist Sebastian Thrun sent out an e-mail in 2011 announcing that his “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence” course at...
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