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Phil Johnson
32 min ago
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Writing code for a living obviously involves a lot of typing. Does being able to type without looking at the keyboard or screen improve your productivity as...

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mandril
49 min ago

Yes, I know that Verizon says that they don’t throttle Netflix. I also know that watching Netflix on Verizon FiOS with 50+mbps download speeds is nearly...

bcastle
2 hours ago

I just spilled a can of Coke on my PC's keyboard. I’ve unplugged it and have it upside down on paper towels. What else can I do to clean it so that I don’t...

catamount
10 hours ago

I’m working on a paper with a couple of people in other states. In the “old days” we used to email documents back and forth, but luckily we are past the...

Aryton
10 hours ago

I know that you can install Windows 7 on a Mac using Boot Camp, but is it also compatible with Windows 8.1? I was thinking that the touch screen oriented OS...

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phoenixx
2 days ago

I understand the basics of hooking up the Apple TV device to the TV or projector HOWEVER I am not familiar with Apple TV so I need to ask if the device has...

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rcook12
2 days ago

IBM and Apple announced a partnership, where IBM will be building iOS apps aimed at the enterprise for Apple products. IBM as an app developer sounds a...

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blackdog
2 days ago

Are the terms pretty much interchangeable, or is there an actual hardware difference between the two?

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dvarian
2 days ago

I overheard a conversation today where two programmers were talking and one used the term “semaphore.” The only way I’ve ever heard the work semaphore used...

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jhotz
2 days ago

Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited service seems like it basically applies the Netflix model to e-books, with unlimited book “rentals” for a flat monthly fee. I love...

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