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Facebook CEO Zuckerberg’s Base Salary Falls to $1

The CEO also made $3.3 billion last year after exercising stock options to purchase 60 million shares, according to the filing. Zuckerberg offered 41.35 million of those shares in a secondary offering by Facebook in December. At the time, the company said Zuckerberg would use the majority of the proceeds to pay for the taxes incurred in connection with the transaction. He also gifted 18 million shares to charity.

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The 15-Minute Social Media Audit Everyone Can Do

When I hear the word, my mind goes straight to tax season and the manila envelope crammed with receipts and forms that I keep stashed away in the closet. Audits seem to equal anxiety, which is too bad – because not all audits are created equal. A tune-up at the garage is essentially an audit for your car, a check-up at the doctor is an audit of your health. You can learn a lot from regular reviews like these.

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Stephen Colbert Responds To #CancelColbert

Colbert opened his show with a montage of Comedy Central shutting down "The Colbert Report," until Colbert "woke up" from a terrible, terrible dream. "This was close," he said to the audience. "We almost lost me. I’m never going to take me for granted ever again … the interweb tried to swallow me whole but I am proud to say that I got lodged in its throat and it hacked me back up like a hastily-chewed chicken wing. I'm still here. The dark forces' attempt to silence my message of core conservative principles mixed with youth friendly product placement have been thwarted."

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Live Updates: GM Recall Hearing

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IGN Live Presents: Call of Duty: Ghosts - Devastation Day - IGN

In anticipation of the April 3 launch of Devastation, the second downloadable expansion to Call of Duty: Ghosts , we're teaming up with Activision to bring you two hours of the first live gameplay, developer insights, and the debut of an exclusive new trailer, direct from Infinity Ward in Los Angeles. Tune in at 11am PT/2pm ET on Tuesday, April 1, as we provide a first look at the DLC's four new maps and Mayday, episode 2 of Extinction.

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Tech’s Best 2014 April Fools’ Jokes - Personal Tech News - WSJ

Each April 1, the likes of Google, Microsoft, Twitter and dozens of other tech companies deliver a flood of gags to the Web. This year, there’s plenty to make you laugh, from Nintendo-infused mobile maps to a couple of ways to capitalize on the selfie craze.

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Surprise, surprise: my online metadata actually reveals where I’ve been

Looking at the raw data and the cleaned-up script on my own, there were a few things that seemed obvious: first, it showed when I started and ended my work day. Some days, I was logged into Ars as early as 4:14am (February 13) and was active as late as 9:30pm (February 16). But generally speaking, I was consistently online by about 7am and ended around 5pm. There was then a few hours' gap (I knew this was for dinner) and sometimes a check-in again before calling it a night. Further ReadingGooglers say “F*** you” to NSA, company encrypts internal networkNSA had reverse-engineered many of Google's and Yahoo's inner workings. Second, the data showed physical places that I knew I visited in the Bay Area: a particular San Francisco office building, an Oakland café, and the University of California, Berkeley, campus.

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This is what happens when Facebook controls the signal, and it defines you as noise

Brands and prominent users like comedian Rainn Wilson are complaining about Facebook’s algorithm changes and how that forces them to pay money to reach their fans and followers — but Facebook has always been that kind of network. It controls the signal-to-noise ratio, not you

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How Gmail Happened: The Inside Story of Its Launch 10 Years Ago Today | TIME

The more JavaScript that Gmail used, the more sophisticated it could get. One of its flagship features ended up being that the messages in your inbox weren’t strictly sequential. Instead, with the aim of making it easier to follow discussion threads, all the messages in a given back-and-forth string were collected into a cluster called a conversation, with any duplicated text automatically concealed. From a design perspective, says Fox, “trying to make it so that conversations were obvious to the user and intuitive was the largest challenge.”

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April Fools' 2014 roundup: selfie-taking drones, smartgloves and more

For the last 24 hours (and likely the next 12), excitable company execs have been barraging our inbox, YouTube and your social media networks with their best shenanigans. Love it or loathe it (and you're probably starting to loathe it by now), the April Fools' tradition continues, even stronger, in 2014. Google went a little overboard, but hopefully, after today, selfies will die a death. Hopefully.

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How to Make a Twitter Collage

Twitter collages will, when complete, appear as a four-square grid on the iPhone and Twitter.com, but as a series of vertical photos in TweetDeck. The grid design introduces a number of tantalizing possibilities. You can, for example, plan a set of photos that are linked together. Maybe the action starts in one photo and continues from one to the next, like the one above. Let's see how I created it.

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George Lucas explains how he invented lightsabers

Birth of the Lightsaber was first seen as a special feature on the original Star Wars trilogy's DVD boxset in 2004, but this marks the first time the video has made its way onto the internet in an official capacity. It tells how Star Wars ' production staff planned and choreographed the movies' increasingly complex fight sequences, and how they came to understand the capabilities and limitations of Lucas' invented weapon. There's one particularly interesting shot around two minutes into the video that shows Obi Wan Kenobi being run through by Darth Vader's lightsaber. In Lucas' cut of Episode IV , the blade passes through an ethereal Obi Wan; in the early shot, it rips through his cloak, leaving a trail of fire and the aging Jedi's upper body hanging in the air as his lower body slumps to the floor.

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The FBI is investigating high-speed Wall Street traders for possible insider dealing

An FBI spokesperson said the bureau launched its investigation — known as the High-Speed Trading Initiative — a year ago. The investigation is looking for violations of insider trading laws in a variety of trading activities, including whether high-speed traders have access to unfair advantages such as ultra-fast data-feeds, and if they are manipulating the market with floods of purchase and sales orders. The initiative is still in its early stages, but reportedly has a large number of agents involved. "There is a big concern that high frequency traders are getting material nonpublic information ahead of others and trading on it," an FBI spokesperson said. "There are many people in government who are very focused on this and who are concerned about it and who think it breaks the law."

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Apple's Cyclone Microarchitecture Detailed

The real question is where does Apple go from here? By now we know to expect an "A8" branded Apple SoC in the iPhone 6 and iPad Air successors later this year. There's little benefit in going substantially wider than Cyclone, but there's still a ton of room to improve performance. One obvious example would be through frequency scaling. Cyclone is clocked very conservatively (1.3GHz in the 5s/iPad mini with Retina Display and 1.4GHz in the iPad Air), assuming Apple moves to a 20nm process later this year it should be possible to get some performance by increasing clock speed scaling without a power penalty. I suspect Apple has more tricks up its sleeve than that however. Swift and Cyclone were two tocks in a row by Intel's definition, a third in 3 years would be unusual but not impossible (Intel sort of committed to doing the same with Saltwell/Silvermont/Airmont in 2012 - 2014).

15
Pity the Fool

There is uncertainty about how and when people began mocking the fool on the first day of April. Many think it goes back to sixteenth-century France when the nation changed from the Julian Calendar to the Gregorian. April 1 had been the end of a weeklong festival celebrating the coming of Spring and with it the new year. Now the new year changed to January 1. Some refused to make the switch, or lived in rural areas and didn’t get the word, and were mocked as fools by those who made the change.

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Anti-Rob Ford Posters Promise Only 'Pot-Smoking' Candidates

A series of fake election campaign billboards are popping up around Toronto, and are promising some, shall we say, unique things to voters. A Canadian reporter for CP24, Katie Simpson, tweeted images of the billboards with pictures taken by a colleague, Ken Enlow.

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Darth Vader Is Running For President In Ukraine

Ukraine says Russian troops have taken up positions around a coast guard base and two airports on its Crimea peninsula. In Kiev, Ukraine's parliament adopts a resolution demanding that Russia halt steps it says are aimed against Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity. Yanukovych makes his first public appearance, in southern Russia, since fleeing Ukraine. He says he was "forced" to do so and promises to "keep fighting for the future of Ukraine." <em>A soldier without marking patrols outside Simferopol airport on February 28, 2014. (Sean Gallup/Getty Images)</em>

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This Little Girl REALLY Doesn't Want To Turn 4

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Caught Insulting Allies, U.S. Diplomat Calls Taped F-Bomb 'Tactical'

"That was a very particular situation where we were trying to get some international support for Ukraine, we were looking for a vehicle to deescalate," she says, according to a transcript provided by the State Department. Later, she says it was "a tactical moment in time, where in a private moment there was a temporary frustration because we couldn’t get some help."

20
African Telecom Proposes More Diverse Emoticons

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5 Reasons You Should Care About the GM Recall

Congress on Tuesday will grill General Motors’ new CEO Mary Barra about a defective ignition switch in the company's cars that's responsible for more than a dozen deaths over the past decade. GM has so far recalled 2.6 million cars as a result of the defect.

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"A Bigger Impact on the Bottom Line"

Climbing the ladder... I entered the company as the office manager to get my foot in the door and become more familiar with the company. Through my various responsibilities, I became very interested in the events side of the business. As the event team grew, I was promoted into a sales planner role. This role gave me the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of events, especially sponsorship sales. I was also given responsibility to close some sales, and eventually I was promoted to focus fully on being a sales associate. Our events were growing, so our sponsor participation needed to grow as well. I oversaw the small and medium business group in order to expand this group’s presence at our events. My most recent promotion was to be an Account Executive selling our digital products. I already knew the BlogHer story and was excited to learn, and ultimately sell, a different product, and to transition over to the side of the business that drives the majority of BlogHer's growth and revenue.

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Which Color Should You Use For Your Icon?

Choosing a color for an app icon is one of the most important branding decisions a company can make when developing and launching a new product. Every product is different and the icon needs to communicate individuality so that it doesn’t get lost on the mobile screen.

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Penguin's life saved by a 3D-printed beak

To restore his life to normal, a team of 3D printing specialists and veterinarians are collaborating to build a new beak. First, the team made comprehensive scans of the beak of a dead penguin from 12 different angles in order to figure out the shape and dimensions of the beak. Then, 3D printing specialist Omni3D built a model of the beak that would fit the wounded bird.

25
Arizona Police Investigating Video of Officer Attacking Woman

An online video of a police officer knocking a woman over, apparently without provocation during the calm aftermath of a NCAA riot in Tucson, has University of Arizona students furious and the police department investigating the matter.

26 How did this small cabin near the North Pole get some of the world's fastest Internet?

He has no running water and not one of Svalbard's 31 miles of roads stretches as far as Bjørndalen, the small community of scattered shacks where he has made his home. But the isolated outpost has been fitted with some of the highest quality Internet available, allowing Mr. Nordahl and his neighbors lightning-quick access to the World Wide Web.

27
Relive 'How I Met Your Mother' in 9 Legendary Photos

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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The Guide to Effectively A/B Testing Email Creative

Since visuals are an important factor in the success of your email marketing efforts, it’s helpful to continually A/B test your creative to understand what resonates more effectively with your audience.

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10 New TV Shows And 20 New Movies To Stream On Netflix This Month

It may be warming up out there, but April showers bring May flowers. It looks like Netflix will be your best friend for another month, which is actually great news since the streaming service is adding a huge amount of great content. From "Mean Girls" to "House," here's what to stream on Netflix In April 2014.

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Drone Ball Brings Real-Life Quidditch a Step Closer

HoverBall , a piece of drone-powered sports equipment under construction at the University of Tokyo, has the potential to change the face of sports forever. For the first time, a ball that goes up doesn't have to come down.

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Statoil | Partner Webcast | MIT Technology Review

Jonathan Matthews is Vice President of Statoil Canada’s Heavy Oil Technology Centre (HOTC) and is located in Calgary. The primary focus of the HOTC is on delivering innovative technologies that will help make Statoil’s Kai Kos Dehseh Oil Sands Partnership (KOSP) profitable while supporting continuous environmental performance objectives. Prior to joining Statoil, Jonathan spent 20 years working in the Canadian Oil Sands with Shell Canada and Syncrude Canada in various technical and leadership roles. Jonathan graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Geological Engineering degree and a Master's of Science. He is a member of the Association for Professional Engineers, Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and has provided leadership to various initiatives in the Canadian oil sands.

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Solar flare Wednesday could mean 'radio blackout' for GPS, communications | PCWorld

The National Weather Service’s Space Weather Prediction Center is calling the eruption a radio blackout event. The center reported that the solar flare could affect satellites and cause GPS errors. Electrical power lines could be hit by extra current, and high frequency communications could be blocked when the radiation hits Earth.

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Pebble Smartwatch Now Available At Target Stores

The target partnership helps Pebble position the smartwatch as more of a mainstream gadget and device. As I've remarked before, I see far more fitness trackers around than I do smartwatches. Being available at a store like Target — that caters to the general consumer rather than the early adopter — Pebble is making a play to be a more mainstream accessory.

36
The Future of API Design: The Orchestration Layer

For the SSKDs, having granular resource-based APIs that closely represent the data model works, but it just isn’t as optimal as it could be. This is especially the case when you consider the growing number of device types in the world and the fact that more and more companies’ business strategies are dependent on providing value to customers on such devices.

37
If you play one goat simulator in 2014, make it this one

True to its name, Goat Simulator starts you innocently enough: in a goat pen, with nothing but a sticky tongue and a hard skull to your name. Across the street, some protesters are holding a rally. You ram a lamppost into the crowd and headbutt the survivors, glitching several feet backwards as you try to lick one of their signs: NO PENIS SHAPED FOOD. An empty pool filled with trampolines is just down the road. You bounce across them and into a construction site, where you find a jetpack. Momentarily crumpling after a three-story drop, you climb midway up a crane and jump off, careening into the parking lot of a gas station. You headbutt the tanks and are blown back as the station explodes and collapses into a pile of rubble.

38
Should We Kill Four Lions for the Sake of the Pride?

European zoos like the one in Copenhagen often favor euthanasia when a population gets out of control or becomes too genetically similar, which puts the animals at risk of inbreeding. Zoos in Europe don't have the range of options that American zoos have when it comes to moving animals to other locations that are more suitable. Many of them argue that euthanizing some animals is often better for the population as a whole because it allows grown animals to rear their offspring to a point. Copenhagen Zoo is against birth control because it prevents animals from acting as they would in the wild .

39
WTF Is HFT? What You Should Know About High-Frequency Trading

If we replace a lot of humans with computer code, we are going to be able to do that cheaper. It's wringing costs out of the system, and when you wring costs out of the system you can basically provide the same services to investors at lower costs... The pro case, especially if you are a retail trader, is you are actually a lot better off now because these guys are able to provide liquidity at lower cost. You will never pay more than a penny extra a share in markup. Now commissions are $7.95, or some number like that, for any size trade. The technology squeezes the cost out and the competition squeezes the profit out and the investor benefits.

40
Cloudera Raises $900 Million, Declares War On The Data Center Old Guard

Over the course of our conversation—not all of which was captured above—Olson kept hammering on the importance of the Intel relationship. Name a company that has deeper, longer-standing relationships with every major hardware and software vendor, particularly in the data center. If you were hoping to enmesh yourself into the very fabric of the future data center, is there a better partner to do this?

41
LinkedIn Announces Cat Networking for Pawed Professionals

"Cats You May Know was designed to give pawed professionals an opportunity to brand themselves, share their unique skills, and network with both humans and other relevant cats in their breed," wrote Peter Rusev, project manager at LinkedIn. The project features a sleek new interface for a feline user-friendly networking experience.

42
Is The Long Wait For A Big Screen iPhone Nearing An End?

Where does the 5c model fit in? Rumors have also suggested the 5c, whose sales have disappointed Cook and Apple, might not survive in its current form for the next generation. But Apple will certainly offer a variant of the current best –> less good –> lesser still lineup it has been selling the last several years. The 5c broke with recent tradition of the “less good” model simply being last year’s while “lesser” was still the two-year-old 4s. How this plays out in 2014 is very much up in the air, especially if the newest models come with a larger screen. Perhaps the iPhone 5s will become the midrange model, mainstreaming the TouchID fingerprint sensor and the 64-bit A7 processor. In the meantime, the 5c could become the least-expensive iPhone.

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Apple to Begin iPhone 6 Screen Production in May, Report Says

Apple will reportedly begin producing the 4.7-inch screen next month, while work on the 5.5-inch screen could be delayed. Production of the screens is linked to a fall release date for the next version of Apple's flagship smartphone, sources claimed.

44
Clippy Returns in Microsoft Office April Fools' Day Gag

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45
10 Ways Apple's iWatch Can Learn From Pebble Steel

Notifications:  This is the main reason people want smartwatches—to see who's messaging them or what appointment is coming up without having to pull a phone from their pocket for every vibration. The Pebble Steel offers iPhone or Android smartphone owners a simple way to see incoming texts, phone calls and Facebook activities with a relatively discreet glance at their wrist. Notifications in Pebble Steel are simple "cards" with text; Apple will likely pursue a similarly simple notification system for the iWatch, but with a more colorful palette. It wouldn't be surprising for iWatch notifications to resemble those in iOS 7, with the use of semi-transparent layers, simple iconography and playful animations.

46
What I Learned About Stop-and-Frisk From Watching My Black Son

I can tell myriad stories about the ways my son is treated with suspicion and negative presumptions in nearly every arena of his life. I can describe the terrorized look on his face when, as a 7-year-old trying to learn how to ride a bicycle on the sidewalk in front of our suburban house, he was followed at 2-miles-per-hour from a few feet away by a police patrol car—a car that sped away when I came out of the front door to see what was going on. I can tell stories of teachers, coaches, and employers who have forced my son to overcome a presumption that he will cause behavior problems or that he lacks intellectual capability. I can tell you about U.S. Customs officials inexplicably ordering both of us to exit our vehicle and enter a building at the Canadian border crossing so that a team of officers could search our car without our watching—an event that never occurs when I am driving back from Canada by myself.

47
The 15-Minute Daily Habit That Will Change Your Career

"I grew up in the middle of a corn field, loving art and music, and all I wanted to do was meet the people who loved the same things that I loved," he said, recalling how his world opened up once his family got dial-up Internet service and he put his first art-class projects online. "All of a sudden it didn't matter that I'm from this small town. I could reach a world that I wanted to be part of through this little telephone line."

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Changing Your Startup's Name: A Tale of Crowdsourcing 843 Domains

Using the ideas generated from our crowdsourcing exercise, we searched Sedo, a domain name auction site, to find “Buy now” listings, using “skill” and “master” as roots. We also set a price maximum of $5,000, which is the most we were willing to pay (and honestly, the name would have had to be far better than the top contenders for us to shell out that price).

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Why Twitter’s Facebook Obsession Is Unhealthy

By mimicking strategies and features from Facebook, Twitter is basically saying it can’t succeed with the tools it currently has. Perhaps Twitter thinks it needs to conform in order to compete. But there's that Twitter Catch-22 again: Becoming more like Facebook will only perturb longtime users, which means Twitter, in time, could lose the spark that makes it unique. 

50
Arduino Rising: 10 Amazing Projects People Are Doing With The Tiny Microcontroller

Adafruit shows you how to make everyone’s favorite first Arduino project, an LED light that blinks. On the surface, it looks like you’re learning to make the light blink slowly or rapidly, but really this tutorial is ideal for getting you familiar with your Arduino. And by the end of it, you got a blinking light, and that's pretty darn cool.

51 Facebook 'Friend' Robs Home Of Vacationing Family: Cops
52 Twitter Flies Into Wearables With Helmet and 'Custom Aviary Interface'
53 Google to Launch Improved Android Camera App, Report Says
54 Music multitasking: How 'background' listening enhances life - CNET
55 US stock market is rigged by high-speed traders, says Michael Lewis
56 God Meets Busy Moms Right Where They Are
57 Mark Your Calendar for Spring Meteor Showers and Eclipses
58 BBM Gets Stickers, Larger Files, Photo Sharing in Multi-Person Chats
59 All of Google's Jokes for April Fools' Day 2014
60 32 Songs to Celebrate MLB Opening Day #MusicMonday
61 Missional Motherhood
62 The Ultimate Roundup of 2014's Biggest April Fools' Day Pranks
63 Is this the cure for stage fright?
64 50-Year-Old Identical Twins Show How Differently We Age
65 5 Twitter Tools to Increase Your Blog Retweets |
66 California man who lasered two helicopters to face 14 years behind bars
67 Learn Web Development From Scratch - SlideRule
68 Live Updates: GM Recall Hearing
69 Windows 7 Outgains Windows 8 and 8.1 Again, Windows XP Above 27%
70 2014 April Fools' Day Gaming Pranks - April Fools' Day Game Pranks Wiki Guide - IGN
71 How Google Fumbled Glass — and How to Save It
72 What Your Logo's Color Says About Your Company (Infographic)
73 The 10 Most-Pirated Movies
74 Is this the cure for stage fright?
75 New Comedy Central App Is a Bonanza of Full Episodes for Free
76 Microsoft Build 2014: Windows 8.1 Update, Cloud Mania and More
77 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' review
78 Why Tech Takes April Fools' Day So Seriously
79 VH1's April 1 Lineup Includes 'Mob Cats'
80 Drool Over 20 Minutes of Bacon Footage on Netflix
81 IE11 Gains Most Market Share, Chrome Finally Passes Firefox
82 Facebook Still Dominates on Mobile, But Its Lead Has Declined
83 You'll Never Believe How Upworthy Is Going to Make Money
84 Waterstone 'predicts e-book decline'
85 Why 'Buyer Beware' Is A Terrible Excuse For Bad Video Games
86 TNW Conference Europe Celebrates the People's Revolution
87 'How I Met Your Mother' Kids Kept Show's Ending Secret for 9 Years
88 Raul Oaida: Inventing Inspiration, One Piece at a Time
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