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New Spaces for Learning: Developing the Ecology of Out-Of-School Education This paper examines theory about out-of-school or non-formal education for young people. It focuses on arts and culturally based activities, exploring their provision and policy context. A case study of WAC Performing Arts and Media College in the UK is included. From EdNA Online on July 30, 2006 at 10:30 p.m..


5th International Semantic Web Conference The Semantic Web, by providing standards for formulating and distributing metadata and ontologies, enables means for information organization and selective access. However, the Semantic Web requires new infrastructure on all levels - e.g., human-computer interaction, expressive representation and query languages, reasoning engines, data representation and integration, interoperability middleware, and distributed computing. From EdNA Online on July 30, 2006 at 10:30 p.m..


Library 2.0 Theory: Web 2.0 and its Implications for Libraries This article describes a definition and theory for "Library 2.0". It suggests that recent thinking describing the changing Web as "Web 2.0" will have substantial implications for libraries, and recognizes that while these implications keep very close to the history and mission of libraries, they still necessitate a new paradigm for librarianship. From EdNA Online on July 30, 2006 at 10:30 p.m..


Vocational Education and Training: Meeting the Skill Needs of the Manufacturing Industry This report examines provision of publicly-funded vocational education and training (VET) in Victoria and determines the extent to which it is meeting the skill needs of the manufacturing industry. It also asks whether Victorian TAFE institutions have the capacity and capability to provide for the skills needs of the manufacturing industry. From EdNA Online on July 30, 2006 at 10:30 p.m..


ASCCA's 8th Computer Conference for Seniors The 2006 Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association (ASCCA) annual conference will include something for everyone, including computer club members and those who are computer savvy in addition to those who are merely curious about computers. Keynote speakers such as Paul Wallbank, Managing Director PC Rescue and ABC radio commentator; workshops and demonstrations on wide ranging topics from ipods and webcams to digital scrapbooking. The venue is wheelchair accessible and has a hearing loop. From EdNA Online on July 30, 2006 at 10:30 p.m..


Digital Beginnings: Young Childrens' Use of Popular Culture, Media and New Technologies (UK) The 'Digital Beginning's project explored young children's use of popular culture, media and new technologies in the home. It was conducted from September 2004 to July 2005. The project was funded by BBC Worldwide and the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation. The final report outlines key findings from the study and the implications for policy, practice and research in early childhood education. From EdNA Online on July 30, 2006 at 10:30 p.m..


Web Tools for Mathematics Education A selection of resources for teaching mathematics, including articles, web tools, projects and lesson activities. From EdNA Online on July 30, 2006 at 10:30 p.m..


Foundation Fyssen - Research Grants The Fyssen Foundation in Paris, has opened its call for proposals for research grants to support post-doctoral researchers, under 35 years of age in the biological sciences and under 40 years of age in the human sciences, rather already holder of a post, who wish to work independently by establishing around them a research team to achieve a collective scientific operation in a laboratory in France and who will work in keeping with the Foundation's goals. Priority will be given to researchers who will develop their project in a different laboratory from the one they received their doctorat From EdNA Online on July 30, 2006 at 10:30 p.m..


Apple iPhone Picture From an Apple employee. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 9:31 p.m..


Diggnation on ABC News ABC News takes a look into Diggnation From digg on July 30, 2006 at 9:31 p.m..


E3 Will Be Downsized, Not Cancelled Contrary to reports across the web, E3 has not been cancelled. Next-Gen had hoped that they would blow the lid off of a hot story by revealing that the show had been cancelled, but some quick fact checking shows that they are simply incorrect. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 9:31 p.m..


Research Capability to be Boosted by Improved Collaboration The Minister for Education, Science and Training, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, announced six new initiatives that will support greater collaboration between researchers, both domestically and internationally. The Australian Government has allocated $15 million under the Systemic Infrastructure Initiative for six highly collaborative proposals as part of its ongoing commitment to strengthen innovation and improve research outcomes. The proposals will provide Australian scientists with access to research infrastructure that will enhance Australia's research capabilities. DEST Media release, 31 From EdNA Online on July 30, 2006 at 9:30 p.m..


Did DELL Lie? See for yourself. Dell sells its E1505 notebook computers with an integrated stereo sound controller. It offers an upgrade to what some people think is an integrated Soundblaster Audigy Sound Card. It's not. See why people think they are getting one thing, when all they really get is the disk. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:30 p.m..


Microsoft to turn an Xbox profit in 2008? "Xbox 360 costs will continue to keep the division in the red for one more year, according to entertainment and devices division head." From digg on July 30, 2006 at 5:31 p.m..


This thing called "Internet" Take a trip down memory lane. Old Canadian broadcast of this new thing called "Internet". From digg on July 30, 2006 at 5:31 p.m..


Download Old Games For Free! This is a cool article on a site that allows you to download old (not still sold by the publisher) games for free. Very interesting! From digg on July 30, 2006 at 5:31 p.m..


OpenDocument wins more fans OpenDocument Format (ODF), the open file format for office documents, is continuing to gather support from local and national governments. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 5:31 p.m..


"In One Hour We Will Blow Up Your House" "Hi, my name is Danny. I'm an officer in Israeli military intelligence. In one hour we will blow up your house." The Israeli army claims this new tactic is an attempt to minimise civilian casualties but Palestinians say it is a new way of terrorising the population. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


How I got mobile phone reception where there was no signal Here's how I got mobile phone reception where there was no signal - adapting Biquad WiFi antenna designs for use with UMTS (3G) mobile phone networks. Via Makezine.com From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Man cuts off his own hand for Allah In a surreal scene, police said a man purposely cut off one of his hands in a Springfield butcher shop Saturday evening. "I did this for Allah," he said as he approached his parents' shop lifting his bloody left arm into the air. Now that's offbeat. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Watch Out For Fake iPods On eBay!! The poor guy in this video appears to have bought himself a fake iPod nano on eBay and is none too pleased about it. I've heard a few reports about this before, so if you're after a new nano and are hoping to bag a bargain on the 'bay, buyers beware! From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Flying Windows, Bad Ass Mac Screen Saver If you own a Mac you definitely want to check this out. This screen saver will take which ever windows you have open and fly them around your screen, flip, twist and twirl them around in an impressive eye candy way. Those around you will most likely want to find out where in the world you found those. Best of all, freebie.... From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Newspaper caught altering photos. Miami's El Nuevo Herald, admitted that it had combined two pictures to make it look like cops were ignoring prostitutes gesturing to a tourist. The Charlotte Observer, also owned by McClatchy Co, fired a photographer this week for altering the color of the sky in a photograph. The paper will offer an ethics and design seminar. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Mel Gibson: "Jews...Are Responsible for all the Wars in the World." Gibson then asked the deputy, "Are you a Jew? From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Drawn To Be Alive - Amazing UT2K4 Mod The mod was built by a team of students on the Unreal engine as part of a school project at a French design school. It's draw is its clever 2D-character-in-a-3D-world platforming, plus puzzle-solving. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


So Simple, So Addictive All you have to do is move the little white ball with your cursor so it doesn't get trampled. Simple? Sure. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Humans have Actually EVOLVED in Past 100 Years! Differences ARE Measurable New research from around the world has begun to reveal a picture of humans today that is so different from what it was in the past that scientists say they are startled. Over the past 100 years, says one researcher, Robert W. Fogel of the University of Chicago, humans in the industrialized world have undergone â??a form of evolution that is unique From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


A List of The World’s Forgotten Territorial Disputes It’s why Indians and Pakistanis continue to quibble over Kashmir, and why Israelis and Palestinians can’t seem to see to eye to eye. But these are just the two most-publicized disputes over land. FP takes a look at the most important border conflicts the world forgot. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Like Free Speech? Paypal will close your account for exercising it Marc Perkel had his Paypal account closed and over $300 worth of his money seized for 180 days because Paypal decided that his webpage contained inappropriate material (and they gave him the wrong offending URL too!). Make sure you listen to the mp3 of his conversation with Paypal representatives. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Olympic champ Gatlin says he failed drug test in April The American, who shares the 100-meter world record with Jamaican Asafa Powell, was informed by the United States Anti-Doping Agency that he had tested positive for "testosterone or its precursor" after running a relay in Kansas City on April 22. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Liquid Nitrogen+Bottle+Watermelon=Good Times These guys blow up a watermelon using a bottle and some liquid nitrogen. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Blair to defy Bush over stem cells Tony Blair is to use his trip to America to back stem cell research despite sharp opposition from President George Bush. The Prime Minister will give his support to scientific research into the treatment of incurable diseases, which has been blocked by Bush. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


"I came to Iraq here because I wanted to kill people." Pvt Green (502nd) "I shot a guy who wouldn't stop when we were out at a traffic checkpoint and it was like nothing," he went on. "Over here, killing people is like squashing an ant. I mean, you kill somebody and it's like 'All right, let's go get some pizza.' From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


10 Greatest Mario Moments "it's a look at how the series' influence has triple-jumped from crusty carts to TV shows and home-made videos, speed runs to full theater productions (with Mario and Luigi duetting on the marimba)." From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Amazing GUI Idea: Foldable Windows! "Fold n' Drop is an interaction technique being developed for seamlessly dragging and dropping between overlapping windows using gestures. You can fold back and sort through a stack of windows like they were paper. After you drop the object, your window layout is instantly restored to normal. Try the Java demo. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


ASCII Art From 1939 From a 1939 issue of Popular Science: "...Pictures that resemble tapestry are produced with a typewriter by Rosaire J. Belanger..." From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Ze Frank, YouTube, and Making Money The brilliant Ze thinks there is a coming of age happening online, as demonstrated by the recent debate among blogs kicked off by Wired News and Boing Boing about YouTube's terms of services. As more people invest more time into these videos, and the prospect of making money actually begins to become real for many of these contrubutors. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Las Vegas: Don't Feed the Homeless Soup kitchens serving the homeless have been banned in the US city of Las Vegas with fines coming into force for anyone caught giving hand-outs in its parks. Under the new law, which takes effect on Saturday, anyone offering food or drink to a homeless person will risk a $1,000 fine and six months in jail. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Study: AIDS Virus Hides in Gut From the Journal of Virology: the AIDS virus hides out inside people's intestines. The virus replicates in the lining of the gut and does much of its damage to the immune system there. We need to be focusing our efforts on improving treatment of gut mucosa, where massive destruction of immune cells is occurring. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


BREAKING: Reggie Bush and Saints agree to a deal A 6-year deal to be signed Sunday that is supposedly valued somewhere between number 3 pick Vince Young's and number 1 pick Mario Williams' deals. So much for that year-long hold out. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Death of the command line It's hard for me to imagine using an OS without a strong command line. Even Microsoft has recognized the for that with their Monad Shell (though they are at least temporarily removing that from Vista). Linux of course has its Bash shell, Mac OS X has Terminal (which now defaults to Bash) - everybody knows you need a shell. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Macbook Pro Battery Recall (15") Apple has initiated a worldwide battery exchange program for certain rechargeable batteries that were sold for use with 15-inch MacBook Pro computer systems from February 2006 through May 2006. The affected batteries have model number A1175 and a 12-digit serial number that ends with U7SA, U7SB or U7SC. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Why our intuitions about how the world works are often wrong The reason folk science so often gets it wrong is that we evolved in an environment radically different from the one in which we now live. Our senses are geared for perceiving objects of middling size--between, say, ants and mountains--not bacteria, molecules and atoms on one end of the scale and stars and galaxies on the other end. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Britain's teeming sea Global warming is providing a record number and range of exotic sea life to Britain. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Diggnation Classic - Don't Spread the Taco!!!! Our beloved Friends Kevin Rose and Alex Albrecht talk about the new automated service machine at select Taco Bells and KFCs. The outcome is hilarious!!!! From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


U.S. Prepares Biodefense On the grounds of this military base an hour's drive from the capital, the Bush administration is building a massive biodefense laboratory unlike any seen since biological weapons were banned 34 years ago. The lab will be making and testing small amounts of weaponized microbes and, perhaps, genetically engineered viruses and bacteria. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Skydiving to the extreme Because skydiving alone isn't hardcore enough unless you land on the freeway. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Nintendo, My Hero: The Wii Will Save Adventure Games Adventure games are nearly gone. We've got Indigo Proph. and Syberia, but where are games like King's Quest and Day of the Tentacle? The adventure games that helped the industry grow up are dying... or are they? The Nintendo Wii is preparing to save the day. Let's give Nintendo a kiss, and hug the Wii...wii... From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Exclusive: Photos Proving Hezbollah Waging War In Suburbia These pictures, smuggled from behind Lebanon's battle lines, show that Hezbollah is waging war in residential areas. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


David Letterman and Bill O'Reilly go at it. An interesting conversation from two of America's biggest blow hards. Who do you think had the upper hand? From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


E3 is no more Senior industry sources have revealed to Next-Gen.Biz that the E3 industry event, in its present form, has been cancelled for next year and the foreseeable future. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Shocking car accident recorded by security camera. 4 people died and 3 are still fighting for their lives after yesterdays truck crash in tunnel. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


oh god, not again At least 50 Lebanese citizens were killed, 23 of them children, in the IAF strike on a building early Sunday. Dozens of others were reportedly trapped in the rubble. Several houses collapsed and a three-story building where about 100 civilians were sheltering was destroyed, witnesses and rescue workers said. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Django 0.95 The very hot Django framework, a web site development framework for the Python language, has released a new version containing many new improvements. The overall theme is: slicker, faster, easier, better. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Millions of Children to Be Fingerprinted British children, possibly as young as six, will be subjected to compulsory fingerprinting under EU rules being drawn up in secret. The prospect has alarmed civil liberties groups who fear it represents a 'sea change' in the state's relationship with children resulting in a whole range of consequent privacy and personal security concerns. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


Free math book published because they think textbook prices are too high... "With the current price of a new algebra textbook approaching $110 and publishers bringing out a new edition every three to four years just to prevent students from selling their used books, we have decided to create a site where the textbooks are free." They only have one up right now but plan to add more, along with video and audio lectures. From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


AJAX Developer Resource Center Great source of AJAX info from Sun. Your first stop for AJAX related material. Obligatory quote: "Get ahead of the curve and start developing AJAX applications today. This is your source for Java tools, technologies and expert advice." From on July 30, 2006 at 4:57 p.m..


HUGE Floppy "This is a huge disk I found at work.. Not sure what it was used for.. Probably for recording video, but it is laser disc technology probably used in the late 80's.." From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


Company "Gives Back" To Google By Serving Up 1000 Free Pizzas to Google In an effort to basically give thanks to where it's deserved, Cambrianhouse.com has ventured uninvited onto the Google HQ property with 1000 free Pizzas for Googlers. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


Feeding the homeless punishable by $1,000 and 6 months in prison Council officials decided to curb the charity practice, with possible fines of $1,000 and six months imprisonment, after complaints from residents. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


Segway Centaur These things look really cool, hopefully they do decide to go ahead and sell them. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


Very cool video, about an artist using a Mac and his work. Inspirational. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


Review: Apple's wireless Mighty Mouse A review of Apple's bluetooth Mighty Mouse From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


Burning visible images onto CD-Rs with data Data on a CD, or any optical media, is stored as a sequence of pits of varying lengths representing ones and zeros. The pits and no-pits reflect different amounts of light; thus it is possible to draw images on CDs by appropriately arranging these 1s and 0s. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


MPAA admits to unauthorized movie copying The Motion Picture Association of America was caught with its pants down, admitting to making unauthorized copies of the documentary This Film Is Not Yet Rated in advance of Sundance Film Festival. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


It's Impeachment Time! A live online poll by MSNBC asks; "Do you believe Bush's actions justify impeachment?" From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


A $50,000 Car Beats a Porsche 911 GT3's time around a track on Top Gear This movie is of a wicked fast Ariel Atom that can do not to 60 in a little over 2 seconds and pull your face back as if you were in a fighter-jet! And only Top Gear would test-drive it!!!! You can not stop laughing at how much the driver's face is getting pulled back. A must see!!!!!! From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


The Perils of the $100 Laptop The result is apparently a perfectly serviceable little machine running Fedora Core with a specialised interface called Sugar. Already, the governments of China, India, Brazil, Argentina, Egypt, Nigeria, and Thailand have expressed an interest. However, there are some hidden dangers within this project... From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


Enron: Behind The Blackouts Enron’s legacy, pushing electric power deregulation, unfortunately, remains the law of the land. The radical restructuring that Enron achieved a decade ago overturned a century of orderly, accountable electricity planning that had made America’s power system the envy of the world. But our deregulated system is a unreliable, expensive mockery. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


"the Godfather of cyber-terrorism" -- Man who put Al-Qaeda on the Web He helped Al-Qaeda become, in the words of a BBC2-TV series last year, "a global brand driven by the power of the World Wide Web." From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


The Wi-Fi in Your Handset Instead of burning minutes on standard cellphone networks, the phones will make use of the anarchic global patchwork of so-called Wi-Fi hotspots. Other models will be able to switch easily between the two modes. Wi-Fi not only has the potential to offer better voice quality, but it also opens the door to videoconferencing and other data services. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


Landfills Are Filled With Gold, Copper and Aluminium There is plenty of aluminum in landfills says experts, the same is probably true of gold and copper. Soon recycling those metals may overshadow conventional mining. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 8:31 a.m..


Gondwana Young Composers Award Australia's National Children's Choir, Gondwana Voices invites Australian composers aged 14–25 years (as at 01/01/07) to submit compositions to the Gondwana Young Composers Awards. The winning entries will be performed at the National Choral School Brisbane concert on 20 January. Categories include Treble Choir for up to 4 parts (SSAA) and student SATB choir such as Gondwana Chamber Choir. Optional accompaniment may include either piano and/or string chamber orchestra (suitable for young players). The work should have been written in the last 12 months and should not previously hav From EdNA Online on July 30, 2006 at 7:30 a.m..


System Administrator Appreciation Day If you can read this, thank your sysadmin. A sysadmin unpacked the server for this website from its box, installed an operating system, patched it for security, made sure the power and air conditioning was working in the server room, monitored it for stability, set up the software, and kept backups in case anything went wrong. All to serve this webpage. Celebrated on 28 July annually since 1999, organisations are encouraged to give their System Administrator something that shows their hard work and dedication is appreciated. From EdNA Online on July 30, 2006 at 7:30 a.m..


Hideo Kojima to create Snake's Super Smash Bros. Brawl stage? Chris Hoffman from Nintendo Power wrote in regards to the new Super Smash Bros. for the Wii, saying "if you want to talk about something big, how about the news Hideo Kojima, Snake's creator, is designing Snake's level in Brawl? Snake's inclusion means we're not only getting one of the best characters in gaming, but... From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


Mathematician May Have Solved 100-Year-Old Problem Perelman is a mathematician at the Steklov Institute of Mathematics in St. Petersburg, Russia, who may have solved a 100-year-old math problem known as Poincare's Conjecture. If Perelman succeeded, he could be eligible for a $1 million prize. This is arguably the most famous unsolved problem in math, and has been for some time. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


Darth Vader being a smartass Funny edit of an officer trying to report military incidents to Lord Vader. I laughed real hard the first time I saw it. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


Electricity Speeds Wound Healing by up to 50% n preliminary lab tests, researchers showed that by controlling the weak electrical fields that arise naturally at wound sites, they could direct cells to either close or open up a wound at the flick of a switch. By making the cells move faster, they were able to speed up wound healing by 50%. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


Amazing Retro 1950's Ads (Really Cool) The Ad*Access project consists of hundreds of retro ads from the 1950's. They are grouped into five categories: Beauty & Hygiene, Radio, Television, Transportation & World War II. These subjects were chosen for their broad popular appeal and proven interest to students, faculty and researchers. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


Clinton Responds to Coulter's "gay" charge, via Letterman Ann Coulter recently accused Bill Clinton of being a closeted homosexual. Here now, is his response, as reported by the staff at Late Night with David Letterman. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


Senator John McCain's Son To Join The Marines The youngest son of U.S. Senator John McCain will soon report for duty in the Marine Corps. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


Major Streaming Media Bug in Firefox 1.5.0.5 Firefox 1.5.0.5 has a bug that causes it to be unable to play some streaming media, including Windows Media and Real Media. The MozillaZine forums and Mozilla Bugzilla suggest that a 1.5.0.6 release to fix the bug may be coming soon. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


Colbert's Take On Global Warming Our main man, Steven Colbert, talk about how there is no reason to worry about global warming. In fact, global warming could be a blessing in and of itself. Ha ha From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


Free Radical Says That the Nintendo Wii "Can't Handle Our Games" The Timesplitters and Second Sight dev says they're just going to require a little more horsepower under the hood. "Is there going to be a Wii version? There are currently no plans for a Wii version of Haze. Sadly, the cutting-edge technology we're using requires more power than the Wii has available. If we could, we would." From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


The Credit Card Prank: Crazy Signatures Here’s an internet classic. John Hargrave at zug.com was frustrated that nobody ever checked his signature when he paid with a credit card. He wondered: how crazy could he make his signature before somebody actually called him on it. The answer? Pretty crazy. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


A $25 iMac! It's a Steal, but What to Do With It? Adam Robert Guha, LEM, finds an iMac for $25 at a thrift store. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


Wild speculation: iPhone to launch in August? A reader is reporting to us that a coworker's tech-unsavvy friend, who is regularly hired by Apple to do marketing photo shoots, was recently brought on to take some shots of "the sleekest, sexiest damn phone he's ever seen." The launch date? "Some time in August." Yeah, not a typo -- August. From digg on July 30, 2006 at 2:30 a.m..


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