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20 janvier

TechCrunch

  • 22:09
    Good news! The great Raw Water Story of 2017 is finally over. Google tells me that searches went up ten-fold over the raw water craze, but thankfully, humans seem to have filtered out any more stories or nofollow ups. Silicon Valley can rest easy. But wait! There is another crisis brewing, and it isn’t the animal fecal matter in your algae water. Over the past few days, we’ve seen… Read More -- TC, Talent Mobility, Brain Drain

Programmable Web

hack a day

  • 22:00
    There is disquiet in the world of vacuum electronics, that something as simple as shipping a vacuum tube could now be very difficult to achieve. It’s a concern expressed among other places in a video by [Guitologist] that we’ve included below, and includes tales of vacuum tubes being impounded as either dangerous to ship, or not allowed to be shipped across international borders. Upon investigation it appears that the common thread in all the stories lies with eBay’s Global Shipping Program, the centralised shipping service operated by the online auction giant. We reached out to eBay’s (...) -- classic hacks, ebay, shipping, tubes, valves

BetaNews.Com

  • 20:55
    It can be difficult to find a quality Linux distribution that meets your needs. This is partly because there are just too many operating systems from which to choose. My suggestion is to first find a desktop environment that you prefer, and then narrow down your distro search to one that focuses on that DE. For instance, if you like KDE, both Kubuntu and Netrunner are solid choices. With all of that said, there is another KDE-focused Linux distro that I highly recommend. Called "KaOS," it is rolling release, meaning you can alway be confident that your computer is running… [Continue (...) -- [Continue Reading]

Engadget

TechCrunch

hack a day

  • 19:00
    The “Completion Backwards Principle” is a method of reasoning through a problem by visualizing the end result and then working your way backwards from that point. The blog post that [Alan Hawse] has recently written about the intricacies of crimping wires for plug connectors is a perfect example of this principle. The end result of his work is the realization that you probably shouldn’t bother crimping your own connectors, but watching him work backwards from that point is still fascinating. It’s also the name of a rock album from the 80’s by The Tubes, but this is not a useful piece of (...) -- hardware, how-to, Tool Hacks, connectors, crimping, JST, wiring
  • 16:00
    Over the years, Nintendo has had little trouble printing money with their various gaming systems. While they’ve had the odd misstep here and there since the original Nintendo Entertainment System was released in 1983, overall business has been good. But even for the company that essentially brought home video games to the mainstream, this last year has been pretty huge. The release of the Nintendo Switch has rocketed the Japanese gaming giant back into the limelight in a way they haven’t enjoyed in a number of years, and now they’re looking to keep that momentum going into 2018 with a killer (...) -- Nintendo Hacks, Peripherals Hacks, Toy Hacks, educational, ir camera, Labo, motion control, nintendo, Nintendo Switch

Mashable !

  • 19:51
    Fiona the hippo, a celebrity, will probably not be making an appearance at her first birthday party. But that's okay. It's still a very good party. Per zoo policy, hippos are only allowed to venture outdoors in temperatures above 50 degrees. So although it's pretty warm for mid-February in Cincinnati — high 40s — Fiona and her mom, Bibi, will likely spend party day (Saturday) in their cozy indoor habitat. SEE ALSO: Fiona the hippo made a new friend and it's not me, but my life is still forever changed Celebrating Fiona is always a good idea, though, so zoo patrons are already out in (...) -- Cincinnati Zoo, Fiona The Hippo, Culture, Animals
  • 19:48
    It's an exciting time over at Hulu, land of Golden Globes and Emmys and that sweet, sweet Disney acquisition. The streaming platform continues its successful streak in 2018 with even more beloved and returning series, plus all the movies you could dream of. Here's what's coming to Hulu in February. SEE ALSO: Hulu hit 17 million subscribers in a year of big wins Top pick: Parenthood (Complete Series) Before America fell in love with the Pearsons of This Is Us, some of us (*cough*) were in love with the Bravermans. Experience the journey of adult siblings – Adam (Peter Krause), whose (...) -- Entertainment, Television, Movies, Hulu
  • 19:16
    Trivia buffs now have a new way to prepare for games of HQ. Called Practice HQ Trivia, the recently released Android app challenges players to answer multiple choice trivia questions similar to what you might see in HQ and other quiz games. There are no timers, goofy animations, or charismatic hosts, but you do get an unending supply of trivia questions without any gimmicks. SEE ALSO: Um, did Barack Obama win HQ Trivia last night? It's an incredibly barebones app — consisting of just trivia questions and slightly intrusive ads that appear between questions when you get an answer (...) -- Tech, Android, Apps And Software, Android Apps, Hq Trivia
  • 18:40
    We're just as sad as you are that Star Wars Rebels is coming to a close, but at least the animated series is going out with huge bang. Lucasfilm dropped the first mid-season 4 trailer for Rebels and we've already rewatched it a dozen times. There's so much to dissect and look forward to when the final episodes air Feb. 19 on Disney XD. Jedi Master Kanan Jarrus cuts off his ponytail alien and girlfriend Captain Hera Syndulla hates it. Anakin Skywalker shows up as hologram. Yoda drops knowledge on Ezra Bridger! Some kind of wannabe Porg-ish bird thing! Oh, and Ian McDiarmid reprises his (...) -- Disney, Trailers, Star Wars, Lucasfilm, Emperor

Boing Boing

Engadget

MobileCrunch

MacRumors

  • 01:43
    Apple this morning announced the expansion of its "Everyone Can Code" initiative to 70 educational institutions across Europe, and nofollowing the announcement, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at Harlow College in Essex, one of the schools that will adopt the new curriculum. The Guardian shared several of Cook's comments, which covered overuse of technology and boundaries for children. Cook said he believes there are concepts that can't be taught using technology, and in many courses, technology shouldn't dominate.“I don’t believe in overuse [of technology]. I’m not a person that says we’ve achieved (...) -- Tim Cook

Mashable !

  • 19:00
    Social media has leveled the playing field for stardom. Anyone with a smartphone and a strong will can find themselves with millions of nofollowers, effectively turning their presence and content into a full-fledged business. But a nofollowing of millions often comes with a price — like lemon juice in your eyes. Supreme Patty, a 20-year-old who hails from Daytona, Florida, boasts more than 2.5 million nofollowers on Instagram and can best be described as a modern day version of Johnny Knoxville from MTV's Jackass. His feed is filled with stunts and skits, most of which put himself in a (...) -- Instagram, Pranks, Social Media, Supreme Patty, Culture
  • 18:37
    Whether you like him or not, there's no denying a simple fact about Michael Wolff: The man knows his audience. The Fire and Fury author suggested during a Friday appearance on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher that Donald Trump is having an extramarital affair now, while serving as president. It's a sensational allegation to be sure, and one that Wolff himself admits he cannot prove. SEE ALSO: 2018 just started but 'Fire and Fury' may already be the shadiest book of the year But proof isn't what matters here. This exchange with Maher is all about showmanship, and putting it to work with (...) -- Entertainment, Tv, Politics, Celebrities, Books
  • 17:32
    Die With Me is not your typical messaging app.  You can only use it when your phone has less than 5 percent battery life. And it only lets you chat up random strangers whose phones are also dying. And you thought there would never be a Great App Idea ever againHa! SEE ALSO: Why Apple's upcoming iPhone battery update is a bad idea First, this is not an April Fool's joke. It's a real app for iOS and Android. Now that you know Jimmy Kimmel's not punking us all, you probably want to know why. Why would you want to waste the last of your phone's precious battery life talking to random (...) -- Iphone, Android, Apps, Funny, Die With Me

BetaNews.Com

  • 17:05
    Last week it emerged that OnePlus was conducting an investigation after a number of customers complained about fraudulent credit card charges. Now the company has given an update on the matter, saying that its website was attacked and a malicious script stealing credit card details was injected, affecting up to 40,000 people. The company has issued an apology for the incident and says that it has contacted those it feels may have been directly affected. In a statement, OnePlus explains that over a two-month period, customers who entered their credit card details at oneplus.net may be at (...) -- [Continue Reading]
  • 16:33
    Amazon has just given people another reason to pay for their Prime subscriptions on an annual rather than a monthly basis. The company has increased the cost of a monthly subscription by $2 per month. This is the first rise in Amazon Prime subscription pricing for a few years now, and the fact that the annual fee remains unchanged is a clear indication that Amazon is eager to lock customers into year-long packages. See also: Donald Trump wants US Postal Service to charge Amazon 'much more' Amazon Prime Video comes to Apple TV, and the US gains live sports Amazon… [Continue (...) -- [Continue Reading]

Techmeme

Mashable !

  • 16:53
    This nice pup doesn't need an icebreaker. He can do it all by himself! Once you have forgiven me for that joke (feel free to return to this page in a few days), consider watching this video, in which a very good pup discovers the ASMR-y pleasure of breaking thin, crunchy sheets of ice. He runs. He jumps. He zooms. He is thrilled. And why shouldn't he be? Winter is fun, ice is incredible, and he's with his best friend. 13/10. Read more... More about Dogs, Winter, Viral Videos, Culture, and (...) -- Dogs, Winter, Viral Videos, Culture, Animals
  • 16:15
    Friends, Crocodile Dundee has gone missing. And the only one who can find him is... his long-lost son? Who is... American? And played by... Danny McBride? Sure, it sounds like a Mad Lib, but Dundee the film is all too real. In fact, the out-of-left-field spinoff will be released this summer — and you can watch a supremely weird teaser trailer above. Let's just hope he can save his dad! Read more... More about Entertainment, Film, Danny Mcbride, Teaser Trailer, and Crocodile (...) -- Entertainment, Film, Danny Mcbride, Teaser Trailer, Crocodile Dundee
  • 16:00
    After months of condemning pervasive sexual harassment and assault, we've arrived at the #MeToo backlash.  Back in October, when the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey made it relatively easy to find your place on the battlefield, few could've predicted that a young woman's account of a painful sexual encounter with comedian and self-proclaimed feminist Aziz Ansari would eventually create a deep schism in the conversation about #MeToo.   SEE ALSO: Talking about #MeToo on social media is hard, but we shouldn't stop trying That divide, which came into full view this (...) -- Gender, Social Good, Gender Equality, Sexual Assault, Hollywood
  • 15:00
    Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Everyone has a tale of a home DIY project gone wrong and abandoned halfway through. The downfall usually comes after you've been working on something for hours and then get to the “how the hell am I supposed to reach that?” part. SEE ALSO: Keep your knives looking sharp with this best-selling kitchen tool Well, someone figured out how the hell you're going to reach it, and it's the Flex Drill (...) -- Flex Drill Adapter
  • 15:00
    Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. If you're looking to get your lucrative design career off the ground, you might consider enrolling in this design and animation bundle, a series of courses which will help you gain a deeper understanding of design and animation. SEE ALSO: Get better at SEO by taking this online course With 500 hours of content and over 60 courses, this bundle will teach you the nuts and bolts required to design (...) -- design and animation bundle,
  • 15:00
    Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. If you run your own website or help a business run theirs, you probably already know that there's a ton of data you can get from your audience. For instance, where they go on your site, how they engage with your content, how they got there, how long they stick around, and whether you're converting their visits into sales. But if you don't know your way around Google Analytics, it can be hard to make (...) -- Google, Blogging, Side Hustle, Resume, Seo
  • 14:00
    It's the fall of 2019 and America is paralyzed. A wave of cyberattacks have crippled America's banks, sent a blackout rolling across the East Coast, and disabled almost all U.S. internet infrastructure.  America's response is nuclear. A submarine off the coast of North Korea launches ballistic missiles at the tiny, reclusive country, marking the first use of nuclear weapons in battle since 1945. In response, China and Russia prepare for war, and the world watches as an all-out nuclear exchange is suddenly a very real proposition.  This scenario, previously impossible, would be just one (...) -- Pentagon, Nuclear Weapons, Nuclear Posture Review, Science, Cybersecurity
  • 14:00
    MeltMall is determined to take down one of humanity's most bitter enemies: stinky feet.  The Chinese company is best known for trying to solve our most pressing everyday grievances with its innovative products: It's made Lockbook, a diary that locks and unlocks with a fingerprint scanner, and Glovax, a pair of gloves that claims to protect your hands from calluses.  Now, it's launching MP Magic Socks, which it claims are the world's best odorless socks.  SEE ALSO: This 'Harry Potter' sock advent calendar could free 24 house elves this Christmas The socks are infused with three metals — (...) -- Startups, Startup, Socks, Odor, Odors
  • 02:26
    Some people get a little nutty when there's a winter storm looming. Not Shirley Nash.  During a report on an upcoming snowstorm a reporter for WCCB out of Charlotte, North Carolina interviewed the local resident about her plans for the snowy weekend. "We'll probably sit around and cook some soups and eat bread and desserts and just get all fat and sassy," Nash said.  Honestly, great plan, Shirley.  Read more... More about Funny, News Bloopers, Culture, and Web (...) -- Funny, News Bloopers, Culture, Web Culture
  • 01:56
    Tom Petty's family confirmed the musician's death was caused by an accidental drug overdose in a statement on Friday. News broke on Oct. 2 last year that the iconic guitarist had suffered from cardiac arrest in the early morning hours in his home in Malibu. Petty was then rushed to UCLA Medical Center, but was unable to be revived. He was 66-years-old. SEE ALSO: John Oliver gets real on America's crippling opioid epidemic Friday's letter, which was posted to the official Facebook page for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers as well as Petty's website, went into great detail of the events (...) -- Drugs, Opiates, Opioids, Overdose, Tom Petty
  • 01:50
    This weekend marks a year since millions of nasty women (and men) marched in protest nofollowing the inauguration of Donald J. Trump.  March On, a new organization branching out from the Women's March movement, wants to take a "bottom up" approach to the resistance. SEE ALSO: Trump was a disaster for women in 2017. It may be his undoing. Founded by people who organized and led sister Women's March events around the country, March On is using this weekend's anniversary to launch "Operation Marching Orders," a tech-driven campaign to crowdsource an agenda for political change. That agenda (...) -- Politics, Gender, Social Good, Donald Trump, Activism
  • 01:36
    It's the year 2018 and every advancement in our society has been stifled by the consumption of Tide Pods.  The desire to eat a laundry pod—specifically Tide's detergent product, packaged in plastic dissolvable packets—has taken over the internet for better or for worse. It's popped up on pizzas and been recreated as edible donuts, and tweets regarding the consumption of the pods have gone viral countless of times. YouTube even started pulling videos of people eating them (please, for the love of laundry, don't eat Tide Pods).  Brand awareness has probably never been higher for Tide than it (...) -- Brands, Tide, Tide Pods, Tide Pod Challenge, Culture
  • 01:20
    Well Get Out fans, we've got some bad news — and some good news. First, let's start with the bad news: In a preview for his CBS Sunday Morning interview with Tracy Smith, the comedian and Get Out director announced he was done with acting. "That's the idea... Daniel Day-Lewis and I are both out," he said, referring to the legendary actor claiming that The Phantom Thread would (allegedly) be his last film. "Acting is just nowhere near as fun for me as directing." SEE ALSO: 'Get Out' inspires a college course taught around the horror film To be fair, though, if Peele really was modeling (...) -- Entertainment, Comedy Central, Jordan Peele, Key And Peele, Horror Movies
  • 01:01
    Here's some great news just in time for the weekend: someone's created a site that makes browsing through Netflix so much easier. Reddit user CrazedEli, aka Ville Salminen, announced his creation Flixable on the r/television subreddit Friday. It's basically a search engine for Netflix and it's worth checking out; it could save you hours of wasted time. SEE ALSO: Netflix is coming to the Razer Phone—in HDR Flixable shows what's popular, what's original, and what's leaving Netflix. Users can browse by genre and IMDb rating, and filter their searches based on release date.  Salminen said (...) -- Netflix, Flixable, Easy Browsing, Tech, Movies Tv Shows
  • 00:51
    President Donald has always been a popular subject on Reddit's r/PhotoshopBattles. But since you can't look anywhere without seeing a photo of his face somewhere, the appeal wore off a bit. But on Friday, Redditor suri09 submitted an older image from a stack of German newspapers from last May.  SEE ALSO: Family shares hilarious Photoshop fail from a photographer they hired Image: reddit The fold of the paper and stack make it look as though Trump had a massive mouth, and was the perfect subject for some good ol' Photoshopping. As always, the Photoshop wizards of Reddit delivered.  (...) -- Funny, Photoshop, Donald Trump, Photoshop Battle, Culture
  • 00:19
    Over a half million Twitter users are about to be on the receiving end of an inbox surprise.  No, not the news of an unexpected verification. Nor something more prosaic, such as their unwitting participation in a new feature test group. Rather, Twitter will be dropping a little email truth bomb: You got played by a Russian troll army.  SEE ALSO: Twitter shares its roadmap to curb abuse In a Friday blog post, the social media giant said it plans to inform 677,775 people who, over the course of the 2016 presidential "election period," nofollowed, liked, or retweeted accounts "potentially" (...) -- Twitter, Russia, Social Media, 2016 Election, Propaganda
  • 00:14
    When someone suffers a seizure in real life, it can be an intense, scary experience. When someone suffers a seizure during a VR chat, it can be even more terrifying.  This is the exact scenario that Sam Raiffeisen, otherwise known as YouTuber Rogue Shadow, found himself in recently. While playing VRChat, a multiplayer app where people can hang out with bizarre avatars and take part in simple games, one of the users suffered a seizure.  "We're so used to technology enabling us to do more, but in this case it was the opposite," Raiffeisen said over email. "The main feature of VR is (...) -- Tech, Technology, Culture, Vr, Vr Headset
  • 00:11
    WhatsApp, the cross-platform instant messenger owned by Facebook, will finally allow Android users to choose how different types of notification appear. This update is great news for many Android users, Android Police reports. The lack of notification channels was impeding the app's everyday functionality.  Here's what the problem was: Android 8.0 Oreo, released in August 2017, introduced "notification channels" to Android phones.  This feature is pretty convenient, in theory. It allows users to assign priority to different types of notification. For example, I could set a Facebook (...) -- Facebook, Android, Android Apps, Whatsapp, Android O

Seth’s Blog

  • 10:37
    It's entirely possible that people aren't listening closely to you any more. There's so much noise, so much clutter... hoping that customers, prospects, vendors and co-workers will stop what they're doing and listen closely and carefully enough to figure out what you mean is a recipe for frustration. Perhaps there's an alternative. Maybe, instead of insisting that people listen more closely, you could speak more clearly. That's what great design and great copy do. They speak clearly so that people don't have to listen so hard.       (...)

Wired News : Top Stories

TechCrunch

  • 11:12
    Desperate for an opportunity to jump aboard in the next big thing, cryptocurrency owners are losing money by investing blindly in fake Telegram ICO websites. Chat app Telegram’s upcoming ICO promises to break records with a target raise of $1.2 billion, which may be extended to $2 billion according to new reports. The public sale component isn’t scheduled to launch until March,… Read More -- Crowdfunding, TC, Telegram, crypto, ICO, scam, scammers

BetaNews.Com

  • 12:37
    Facebook has said time and time again that it will do more to fight the problem of fake news on the social network, and the company's latest idea is to simply ask users which news sources they know and trust. In a post on his own Facebook page, Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook will start to "ask people whether they're familiar with a news source and, if so, whether they trust that source." Seemingly blind to the idea that this could be open to abuse and manipulation, he says that this will shift the balance of the news that is… [Continue (...) -- [Continue Reading]

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Daring Fireball

  • 05:29
    Tim Stevens, writing for CNet: Instead of a one-time, $300 fee, starting on 2019 models BMW will charge $80 annually for the privilege of accessing Apple’s otherwise totally free CarPlay service. You do get the first year free, much like your friendly neighborhood dealer of another sort, but after that it’s pay up or have your Lightning cable metaphorically snipped. On the surface this is pretty offensive, and it seemed like something must be driving this. The official word from BMW is that this is a change that will save many (perhaps most) BMW owners money. Indeed, the vehicle segments (...)
  • 05:15
    Stephen Pulvirent, writing for Hodinkee: Working with Tony Fadell (who you might know as the designer of the iPod, the founder of Nest, and a noted Talking Watches guest), Ressence has gone a few steps further than anyone else thinking in this direction. The idea is that you initially set the Type 2 e-Crown Concept using the mechanical mechanism on the watch’s rear, and then you never need to touch that again (unless you want to, of course — this is a mechanical watch and that system will always work). After that, you can use a paired down iPhone app to adjust to one of two timezones and (...)

TechCrunch

hack a day

  • 10:00
    You don’t often hear hackers say a lot of good things about Microsoft. Sure, you might use Windows, especially if you have one of those embarrassing day jobs. But at night in a hacker’s secret lab, you are likely to find something that looks more like Unix, even if it has a penguin, a piece of fruit, or even a green robot on the label. But we’ll give Microsoft credit. Their new MakeCode site will be a great boon for educators, students, and anyone who wants to learn how to code. What’s more is they are joined by a lot of familiar hacker faces including AdaFruit, Sparkfun, and Seeed Studios. (...) -- Microcontrollers
  • 07:00
    Writing an operating system is no small task, but like everything else it is easier than it used to be. [JSandler] has a tutorial on how to create a simple operating system for the Raspberry Pi. One thing that makes it easier is the development environment used. QEMU emulates a Raspberry Pi so you can do the development on a desktop PC and test in the virtual environment. When you are ready, you can set up a bootable SD card and try your work on a real device. The operating system isn’t very complex, but it does boot, organize memory, displays on the screen, handles interrupts, and (...) -- Raspberry Pi, operating system, qemu, raspberry pi

Engadget

BetaNews.Com

  • 11:38
    Twitter has revealed that a total of 677,775 Americans nofollowed accounts or liked tweets associated with Russian propaganda groups during the 2016 US election. The company does not reveal how many people saw the tweets posted by these accounts. That Russia tried to use Twitter -- and other social networks -- to influence the outcome of the US election is hardly news, but there has been an ongoing investigation trying to determine the scale of the operation. In its latest announcement, Twitter also says that it closed 50,258 accounts with links to Russia. See also: Facebook is developing a (...) -- [Continue Reading]
  • 11:05
    Just a couple of weeks ago a French watchdog announced that it was investigating Apple about the "planned obsolescence" of iPhones. Now Italy is also looking into both Apple and Samsung after complaints that the companies are purposefully slowing down older phone models. Apple has already admitted and defended the fact that it slows down older iPhones, saying that it is done to ensure the best performance from aging batteries -- later saying that an upcoming update will make the slowdown optional. In Italy, both Apple and Samsung stand accused of reducing handset performance to "induce (...) -- [Continue Reading]

The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

Techmeme

Mashable !

  • 02:53
    Scientists say the fossilized remains of a brittle star that lived 435 million years ago belong to a new species.  The fossil was named Crepidosoma doyleii, after the paleontologist who discovered it. Eamon Doyle was a Ph.D. student when he discovered the remains of the thumbnail-sized creature in the late 1980s, embedded in a layer of fossils on a hillside in the Maam Valley in Ireland.  Though this species of brittle star (which are closely related to starfish) first developed nearly half a billion years ago, its modern day descendants are remarkably similar.   SEE ALSO: This powerful (...) -- Ireland, Fossils, Starfish, Brittle Stars, Science

Wired News : Top Stories

Daring Fireball

  • 04:48
    Horace Dediu: As individuals we think that having lots of cash makes us rich. For companies it’s the opposite. Cash is a liability. If you come across a company that is cash rich and has nothing else, its enterprise value will be zero. Companies are valued on their future cash flows, meaning their ability to generate cash, not how much they managed to keep. In other words, cash is a measure of past success and investors are interested only in future value. That future value comes from the intelligent allocation of resources toward a valuable goal. A company rich in cash but poor in vision (...)

Programmable Web

  • 00:44
    Webhose.io, an advanced data crawling API service provider, has added dark web and broadcast data to its Webhose.io API. The Webhose.io Dark Web Data Feed allows cyber security companies and researchers to monitor TOR network activity and provides programmatic access to anonymized web content available on TOR (The Onion Router). The API can be used to discover and parse specific information from within content located on .onion domains.








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