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Great photos of modern African kings December 27, 2006

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Several African countries have had monarchies in the context of the modern nation-state.

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Bush Fire Explosion December 25, 2006

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There is a screaming flaming disaster still occuring in the land of Victoria in Australia.
Help is needed there now. Contact the Scientoogy Volunteer Ministers Coordinator to see how you can help.

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Photos: Hi-res cam spots space junk on Mars – CNET News.com December 23, 2006

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The new hi-res camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has located the remains of space probes sent to investigate the Red Planet.
Many say we are littering through the solar system, some say conspiracy. Most believe both a the case.

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Using Dreamweaver on Linux December 22, 2006

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“How do we get Dreamweaver ported to Linux? There is Aptana, Quanta, Kompozer, and Bluefish, but not much else in the way of actual, usable web development platforms for Linux. The Linux platform is so compelling for everything else, and there aren’t many web developers left who haven’t fired up a Linux workstation. So what gives?” – digg
The man speaks sooth.

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Project Looking Glass 1.0 Released December 21, 2006

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Project Looking Glass has hit the magical 1.0 mark: “This release is the culmination of 3 years of work, starting with Hideya san who originally conceived of a bold, new type of window system, through the initial shake down of the proof-of-concept demo by an internal Sun community, followed by the open sourcing of the technology, which […]

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KVM To Be Merged Into Linux Kernel 2.6.20 December 20, 2006

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KVM, the kernel-based virtual machine for Linux, will be merged into the Linux kernel , according to Andrew Morton’s merge plans for 2.6.20. Besides VMware, Xen, qemu, etc., Linux users now have a full virtualization solution built in the kernel which supports running unmodified Linux or Windows images. This is easily the most worrying element of the day-to-day user.

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