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Feeling Antisocial? Try Split, The App That Helps You Avoid People

But is that necessarily true? There are all sorts of times when the last thing you want is to find yourself face-to-face with certain members of your network. You certainly don’t want to run into your ex when you’re out on a date, or your boss when you’re out shopping at lunchtime, or anyone you know when you’re hungover.

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55 Apps That Can Make You More Productive

Who isn't looking to be a little more productive and efficient with their time? Any time you can decrease the time it takes to complete a task or streamline some complicated process, everyone wins. If there's a task to be done, rest assured there's a piece of software aiming to help you do it faster, cheaper, quicker. From browser plugins to services that help you maintain important relationships, productivity apps aim to do it all, even if that goal sounds a bit ambitious.

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What if Tumblr Made TV Shows?

There would certainly be plenty of drama. Given the overly-emotional millennial, slash fiction and tons of random imagery to keep you entertained, Tumblr TV shows aren't that different from actual TV shows, if you think about it.

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Stock market rigged, says Michael Lewis in new book

Lewis says a former trader at the Royal Bank of Canada in New York, Brad Katsuyama, figured this out after he consistently failed to have his entire order filled at the price he wanted. Katsuyama, who speaks to Kroft, put together a team of experts to figure out how to defeat the problem and started a new exchange, IEX, that he believes will level the playing field. Katsuyama launched IEX in October and investors, large and small, can route their trades through IEX without fear of predators lurking. IEX has accomplished this by creating a unique speed bump. "They slowed down high-frequency traders' ability to trade on their market," says Lewis.

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2 Truths and a Lie Video Is Enough to Drive You Mad

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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15 Quirky Gadgets and Accessories to Buy Today

It’s time for us to take another look at a bunch of quirky, imaginative and downright useful gadgets you can buy today. Which one takes your fancy the most?

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Artist Doesn't Tread Lightly on Walter White Personalities

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5 Job Search Tactics You Should Stop Immediately

If trolling the job boards is your primary search tactic, you’re looking at a long road ahead. Realize that, for every job you pursue, at least one or two people are going to find an “in” at that company. And they’re going to use that “in” to get a direct introduction. Would you rather be the one with the “in,” or one of the other 20, 80, or 400 contenders coming in via the automated “clump” of applicants?

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Think Like a Designer: Drawing Inspiration From Creative Types

“It’s important as a way to break free from thinking logically,” says Weiner. “Drawing is an open-ended language that you can push around and mold in your own way, to discover your own creative side rather than adhering to the rules.” Step outside the box.

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Attention Suckers: Please Send Us Your Money

With Facebook acquiring virtual-reality company Oculus, one of the all time great sucker plays -- the “Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act,” signed by President Barack Obama on April 1, 2012 -- has been revealed as the massive bait-and-switch it is. (The JOBS Act? Hows that for a misleading title?)

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Tesla Adding Titanium Shields to Avoid Model S Fires

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Watch Ford's Righteous Rejoinder To That Smug Cadillac Ad That Everyone Hates

Jeff, stop drinking your last name... NO ONE hates the Cad commercial. At least no one that is American and works for a living. Ford's commercial targets people that can't afford to own a car anyway because they all joined the Peace Corps after watching the commercial. The rest of us are paying for the organic food that lady grew, while out on a date with Ford guy's newest ex-girlfriend on our way to the gas station to buy some foreign oil for our Escalade. Americans work, make money and buy stuff... that's what we do... among all the other things we do that are also bigger and better than everyone else. Stop biting the hand that's been feeding you your whole life and just grow a pair.

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WATCH: Why You Need Anger Will Surprise You

It's not for everyone, but a set of three experiments found that people who prayed for another person, be it a stranger, someone who had angered them, or a friend in need, had less anger. This was true regardless of the person's religion or how observant they were. To some degree, prayer seems to distract from angry thoughts. "We have some evidence that when people pray they tend to give others the benefit of the doubt," says Bushman, which may dispel negative feelings. If prayer is not your thing, spend a few minutes thinking about the target of your anger and see if you can give them the benefit of the doubt. <em>Flickr photo by <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/rumpleteaser/" target="_hplink">rumpleteaser</a></em> <strong>More From <a href="http://www.health.com/health/" target="_hplink">Health</a>:</strong> <a href="http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20425626,00.html" target="_hplink">7 Steps To Instant Calm</a> <a href="http://www.

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Braving Stings and Insane Heights With the Honey Hunters of Nepal | Raw File | Wired.com

Dangling from a rope ladder high in the Himalayan cliffs of central Nepal, Gurung honey hunters brave tornadoes of angry bees to collect their otherworldly golden nests. It’s a tradition that’s carried on for generations, with roots going back thousands of years , but it might not last much longer. With bee populations already dwindling, the delicate ecosystem that underpins this tradition is threatened by a changing climate, a rising market for the bees’ spring honey, and a new invasive species: tourists.

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15 Male Trendsetters To Follow On Instagram

From models to personal stylists to execs at the leading men's lifestyle publications, we rounded up 15 trendsetters in men's fashion who are offering style ideas and fashion tips straight from their smartphones.

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Zuck Nerds Out On Drones Vs. Satellites For Delivering Internet | TechCrunch

For extremely remote, sparse populations, Zuckerberg explains that satellites are best as they can cover an extremely wide area, though with only a signal strong enough to use very basic Internet services. Facebook’s Connectivity Lab is working on two types of satellites. Low Earth Orbit satellites are smaller, cheaper to launch, and are lower to the earth so they can provide a stronger signal and less latency for real-time services like voice calling. But since they don’t orbit at the same speed as the earth, base stations on the ground have to be constantly reconfigured to receive the signal, and a whole network of satellites that encompass the globe is necessary to maintain consistent coverage.

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17 Landmark Smoking Bans That Cleared the Air

While the surgeon general estimates 88 million Americans are still exposed to secondhand smoke on a daily basis, worldwide anti-smoking laws have helped millions breathe easier. A 2012 study conducted at Minnesota's Mayo Clinic found that smoke-free laws contributed to a 33% drop in the number of heart attacks in Olmstead County, Minn., as well as a 17% decline in sudden cardiac deaths. Meanwhile, a study spearheaded by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, found that regions that restrict public smoking saw a sustained drop in hospital admissions and deaths from a variety of smoking-related illnesses, including heart and lung disease and stroke.

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March Madness Coaches Feel All of the Things

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When the zombie apocalypse hits, pray you're in Alaska - CNET

Real estate site Estately has compiled data on which states stand the best chance of surviving the brain eaters. Live in Alaska and you should be OK. In Jersey, you better have a good plan B.

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Journalists, media under attack from hackers: Google researchers

Both researchers declined to go into detail about how Google monitors such attacks, but said it "tracks the state actors that attack our users." Recipients of such emails in Google's Gmail service typically receive a warning message.

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The Folly of What Noah Preached

Paul wrote, “the word of the cross is folly to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God” (1 Corinthians 1:18). In Noah, we have an Old Testament illustration of this. Ponder how Noah’s warnings about fantastic “events as yet unseen” (Hebrews 11:7) must have sounded to his hearers (I’ve imagined two, Talmai and Bakbukiah).

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Why Entrepreneurs Are Obsessed With Failures

While most of you must be sick of the much clichéd idea of “learning from failures” – a phrase which annoys us even more in the darkest periods of our life – I believe in the opposite. There is nothing you can learn from failure; failure only peels your character layer by layer to unleash the more enlightened version of you, which was always there.

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Self-Imposed Deadlines Don't Stop Procrastination. Here's What Might.

Timothy Pychyl of Carleton University, one of the leading scholars of procrastination, isn't surprised that self-imposed deadlines don't resolve undesirable delays. Procrastinators may need the tension of a looming deadline to get motivated, but when that deadline is self-imposed its authority is corrupted and the motivation never materializes. "The deadline isn't real, and self-deception is a big part of procrastination," he tells Co.Design.

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What Does the Future of Bitcoin Look Like for E-Commerce?

The second path is where Bitcoin becomes a protocol for the exchange of money online, where businesses like Coinbase help exchange money between buyer and seller at a fee less than the typical 2.5 percent seen today. Regardless of whether they accept Bitcoin in their stores today, it is in the best interest for e-commerce and online merchants to continue to watch the evolution of this trend.

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3 Ways to Enjoy the Kid's Choice Awards Online

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Get ready to have your biometrics tracked 24/7 (Wired UK)

It is feasible, however, that if this type of technology gains traction customers will become willing to open their data for increasingly attractive "rewards". Already retailers have the option of asking customers to sign in to the app with Facebook or Google+, as with most apps, which could potentially open up a whole realm of analytics options depending on the user's privacy parameters. Add a camera to that mannequin, and using Facebook's facial recognition tools it could soon be asking you -- by name -- how you feel today, or pointing out that your clothes are looking particularly shabby.

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Paid App Market Is Shrinking With Stunning Speed

The portion of the entire global app revenue generated by paid apps tumbled from 8% in 2012 to merely 4% in 2013. App Annie believes that in-app advertising is going to grab a growing piece of revenue generated by freemium apps in coming years, rising as high as 60% in USA, Europe and Brazil by 2017. An interesting exception is the largest app market in the world – in Japan, ad revenue may remain at around 40% of in-app sales. This can probably be attributed to the free-wheeling spending of Japanese consumers on in-app purchases, a trend that turned the country to the world’s most lucrative app market at the end of 2013.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Hands-On Review: Evolution Not Revolution Gives Hope To Rivals

There is a reason why Samsung and Apple are always pitched as the two smartphone companies going head-to-head: no-one else gets a look in. Between them the Galaxy and iPhone ranges have the market sewn up. By the end of 2013 8 of the top 10 selling handsets were Apple and Samsung devices, including all of the top 7.

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UConn Fan Wins $390K Betting on Huskies. Will He Double Down Again?

But UConn upset Iowa State on Friday, 81-76. The bettor now sits on a total of about $480,000 — some $390,000 more than he started with. However, the situation raises an obvious question: Will he double down again when UConn plays Michigan State on Sunday to see just how long he can ride this Huskies hot streak?

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NSA Spinoff Sqrrl Is Commercializing Big Data Software | MIT Technology Review

That team was led by Adam Fuchs, now Sqrrl’s chief technology officer. Its twist on big data was to add “cell-level security,” a way of requiring a passcode for each data point in a spreadsheet. At the NSA, that’s how software (like the infamous PRISM application) knows what can be shown only to people with top-secret clearance. Similar features could control access to data about U.S. citizens. “A lot of the technology we put [in] is to protect rights,” says Fuchs.

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The Many Faces of Gmail: A 10-Year Retrospective

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The Complete iOS 7 Developers Course | Cult of Mac Deals

John was the lead iOS developer at Fast Society and Cameo until he started BitFountain in 2012. He’s contributed to apps that have appeared in TechCrunch, Mashable and the New York Times. At BitFountain, John oversees all projects from a technical and strategic perspective. Before becoming a techie John was a student at Boston College and a researcher in Biophysics at Harvard.

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Need a Business Idea? This Is Where You Should Be Looking

So let’s take a look at what places you should be checking out day in and day out, looking for inspiration that can light a spark to start building your product idea. Take this only as a spark and let it take over your imagination. Do you research and homework and figure out what would appeal to your target audience and why.

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Meet the Millennials: The Consumers to Change It All

To dismiss them as simply arrogant, lazy, or over-opinionated overlooks what makes them special and different from other generations. This group will challenge, expect more, and desire a better idea for how to live: Ignoring them may well lead to the demise of your brand. This generation is just realizing its purchasing power; as another decade passes, the brands they have built relationships with today will be the ones they are loyal to tomorrow.

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Instagram Is Already Bigger Than Twitter On Smartphones

That said, Instagram penetration among smartphone users is slowing, and this year the rate of increase will fall to 17%, down from 23.9% last year. While the service will continue to grow, especially among men, who now make up only about one-third of its users, by 2018 it will only have about 56 million users, less than half the number of Americans who now use Facebook’s phone apps.

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Creative expression: Here are the winners of the Guardian's Witness awards - The Next Web

These days, you don’t just read the news: you make it, contribute to it, and share it.

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12 Spring Cleaning Tips From Monica Geller

But if you have anything in common with Monica Geller from Friends , spring cleaning means a lot more than a little bit of dusting. Spring is that special time of year when you can really let your obsessive compulsive need for clean to shine through — and nobody can stand in the way of your mop.

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Ready for Marissa's Closeup? Yahoo Is Considering Creating Its Own YouTube (And Poaching YouTube Stars).

Mayer — a former Google exec who has imposed an awful lot of Googley ideas on Yahoo since she got there (imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, ya know!) — has been pushing the effort. It is all part of her valiant and doubtlessly exhausting attempts to turn around the Silicon Valley Internet giant. So far, other than the spectacular run of its Chinese asset, Alibaba Group, that has boosted Yahoo stock, the core business continues to lag. That giant sum of money from Alibaba could easily pay the costs of mounting a challenge to Google, which some might think a fool’s errand.

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The MicroSlice | A tiny Arduino laser cutter

A few years ago I saw an Instructable where Groover had used a pair of DVD-RW drives to make a pocket laser engraver. Inspired by the idea, driven by ...

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This Little-Known iOS Feature Will Change the Way We Connect | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

Apple gives a good high-level overview of how the Multipeer Connectivity Framework works on its developer site . Basically, your phone goes through separate discover and session phases. In the former, the app browses for other users nearby while simultaneously broadcasting to peers that it is available to connect to. This allows you to be invited into a “session” with multiple users all daisy-chained together. Once a session invitation is accepted, you can directly communicate with those other users independent of a cellular signal or Wi-Fi access. This creates what’s known as a wireless mesh network.

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After Supporting Prop 8, New CEO Brendan Eich Comes Under Fire From Mozilla Employees | TechCrunch

Mozilla employees across the web are calling for the removal of new CEO Brendan Eich, who previously held the position of CTO and has been with the company since its formation out of Netscape in the 90′s.

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The First Synthetic Eukaryotic Chromosome | MIT Technology Review

In addition to deleting some unnecessary sequences from the code of their designer chromosome, the researchers also flanked many genes on the chromosome with tiny bits of DNA that act as landing sites for a protein that can be used to create on-demand mutations. With these designer changes, the researchers say they will be able to test how many mutations a yeast genome can tolerate at once and potentially discover beneficial mutations that could give rise to strains that can survive in a wider range of conditions or perhaps be better factories for useful molecules like fuels and drugs.  Already, the researchers have shown that inducing mutation in yeast using the designer sites led to some cells that grow more slowly, and yet others that grow more quickly.

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How to Raise Prices Without Ruining Your Business

A price hike can be scary, but it doesn’t have to spell the ruin of your company. While no one likes paying more, if you’re honest with your customers, you can maintain goodwill and even increase trust. Here are five tips on how to raise your prices without tanking your business:

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Philips Introduces Android-Powered 4K TVs Coming Later This Year | TechCrunch

Google TV isn’t officially dead, and in fact we’d heard last year that the company is looking to rebrand it as Android TV, but this is just Android, and that makes an awful lot of sense. Whether we see Google embrace this trend entirely or continue to embrace slightly separate strategies for TV and Android proper remains to be seen, but it looks like it and its OEM partners are willing to entertain a number of different possibilities to find out what works best.

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3 Myths About Keeping Your Startup a Secret

It can be tough to let go of your secret sauce, but the pros (helpful feedback and trust in your brand) far outweigh the costs.

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Oddworld Creator Lashes EA, Talks Abe’s Oddysee Remake - IGN

“Why did Battlefield 4 ship? You know that team was crying. You know that team knew that game wasn’t ready to go. You know that team f--king spent a lot of sleepless nights building that s--t out to look as good and play as good, when it was able to be experienced, being played as they were intending it to be played. Someone made a decision that the shareholders are more important than the customer. And we see a lot of that. How do you blow that? How do you take that f--king jewel and ship it with dirt all over it?”

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Earthquake Rattles Los Angeles, Twitter Buzzes Back

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The Mathematical Formula for Beauty, Explained in Clever Pictures | Wired Design | Wired.com

Mathematical concepts can be difficult to grasp, but given the right context they can help explain some of the world’s biggest mysteries. For instance, what is it about a sunflower that makes it so pleasing to look at? Or why do I find the cereal box-shaped United Nations building in New York City to be so captivating?

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LIDAR-Lite by PulsedLight

“PulsedLight takes distance range finding from the expensive, closed solution that it is today to small, cheap and open. This is tremendously appealing to us at 3D Robotics, as is the potential this has for getting us to truly autonomous UAVs without relying solely on GPS.” - Chris Anderson , CEO of 3D Robotics

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Japan’s New Alert System Will Warn Mobile Users Of Incoming Missiles, Terror Attacks | TechCrunch

Japan’s Fire and Disaster Management Agency announced this morning that their alert system — similar to the one you might’ve seen lately for broadcasting AMBER alerts to your phone in the U.S. — will now automatically warn local mobile users of ballistic missile launches and major terror attacks. This system was first built to warn of earthquakes and potential tsunamis.

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54 Low Latency 92: Meatspace - CNET
55 Levietation: a believer's rise to the top
56 Sooner Than You Think, We Will Connect To The Cloud Directly From Our Brains
57 SoCal Earthquake Didn't Damage Much, But 'Noah' Showings Were Extra Freaky
58 Mysterious unidentified flying object photographed over Texas
59 5 Lessons I learned About Leadership as a Sergeant in the Israeli Army
60 Drones vs. balloons: Zuckerberg explains why wings are better for the internet than helium
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62 Google Wearables 2.0: How Android Wear breaks from Glass - CNET
63 'Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls' Review: Through The Fire And Flames
64 Data Point: The Most Expensive Country to Buy a PlayStation 4 - Digits - WSJ
65 BeHere app uses iBeacons to automatically take attendance as students enter the classroom
66 NSA Kept Hundreds of Reports on German Chancellor Merkel, Report Says
67 Why CIOs Need To Think About The Internet Of Things
68 Toward a Pill That Helps Us Learn as Fast as Kids
69 Sixth-Grader Tells Government How To Save $400m On Ink
70 Inside Twitter’s plan to fix itself
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75 CloudGOO’s New App Turns All Your Cloud Storage Accounts Into One Big, Combined Drive | TechCrunch
76 The Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in China
77 ReKoMe for iPhone will recognize pictures of your cat - The Next Web
78 Anticompetitive practices in the telecom equipment market could raise prices. | MIT Technology Review
79 Nintendo's New Key to Creativity: More Women | Game|Life | Wired.com
80 Apple Reportedly Looking To Expand GT Advanced Sapphire Plant In Arizona | TechCrunch
81 Turner Sports Reinvents How Fans Watch March Madness
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84 Samsung Galaxy S5 Hands-On Review: Evolution Not Revolution Gives Hope To Rivals
85 To shush unruly class, teacher threatens 'Game of Thrones' spoilers - CNET
86 WATCH: Can You REALLY Open A Bottle Of Wine This Way?
87 Droplet smart sprinkler takes aim at your plants - CNET
88 WEARABLE APPS: Inside The Race To Create A New App Ecosystem
89 Alzheimers awareness takes the form of 'Alz': a haunting stroll among pixels
90 Panasonic HX-A500 wearable 4K camcorder claims 'world's first' - CNET
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