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    New Nuon homebrew - KillMinds

    Is this on the DVD Version of the Games and Demos?
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    Cool Picture Thread 2.0

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    General Bitcoin hovers around US$28,000 as banking concerns return. Will it hit US$30,000?

    Bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, rose 4.82% in the week from March 17 to March 24 to trade at US$27,926 at 9:30 p.m. on Friday in Hong Kong. Ether rose 1.65% in the same period to US$1,772. “Surging activity on the Bitcoin network is causing profitability to...
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    What are you listening to?

    New Linkin Park Rocks!
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    Gunslugs 2 for Atari VCS from Orange Pixel Now Available!

    Gunslugs 2 Now Available for the Atari VCS from Orange Pixel!
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    General Is Blockbuster making a surprise return? Website active again

    Sick of Netflix and other similar streaming services? You may be in luck. Rumors are swirling on social media platforms that Blockbuster is making some sort of comeback. It's all thanks to the video rental chain's website, which is active again as of four days ago. The message on the website...
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    Technology Microsoft Researchers Claim GPT-4 Is Showing "Sparks" of AGI

    Fresh on the heels of GPT-4's public release, a team of Microsoft AI scientists published a research paper claiming the OpenAI language model — which powers Microsoft's now somewhat lobotomized Bing AI — shows "sparks" of human-level intelligence, or artificial general intelligence (AGI)...
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    The Official Scientology thread Ver 2.0

    Mike Rinder explains how Scientology uses victims and how that strategy fits into Scientology Policy
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    Technology Lab-grown chicken is one step closer to being sold in the US

    No animals are killed or suffer in this method Plant based meat has to be grown in fields which kills all the life on the ground where that happens and takes chemicals.
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    Technology Crazy new spy robot gathers intelligence and then melts into a puddle

    Researchers have detailed a melting spy robot that could one day collect information and then melt into an oily puddle after being exposed to UV light or heat. The design of such a robot is highlighted in a paper currently published on the pre-publication server arXiv. According to the paper...
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    Gaming Dwarf Fortress has now racked up 600,000 copies sold on Steam

    The ultra niche simulation is a big mainstream hit. Dwarf Fortress(opens in new tab) is a huge success story on Steam. It sold nearly 500,000 copies(opens in new tab) less than a month after it debuted on the storefront—which, for the record, happened more than 16 years after its initial...
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    Gaming Atari is buying System Shock remake studio Nightdive for $10M

    Night Dive is also responsible for recent Turok, Quake and PowerSlave remasters. Atari, the stumbling veteran gaming company, is buying Nightdive Studios, the company responsible for the forthcoming System Shock remake, as well as a raft of other retro renovations including Turok, Shadow Man...
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    Funny Picture Thread 2.0

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    Crime Orange County dismisses domestic violence charges against ‘Rick and Morty’ co-creator Justin Roiland

    In a statement to NBC News, an attorney for Roiland said the Orange County District Attorney’s Office conducted a “thorough review of the facts.” The Orange County, California, District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday that it has dismissed domestic violence charges against “Rick and Morty”...
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    Technology Lab-grown chicken is one step closer to being sold in the US

    Americans are one step closer to being able to buy chicken grown from animal cells, also known as lab-grown meat. Good Meat, the developer of such a chicken product, announced Tuesday that it has received a so-called “no questions” letter from the Food and Drug Administration. That letter...
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    Health Death toll linked to contaminated eye drops rising as more report vision loss

    Four people have reportedly had to have their eyeballs surgically removed. The death toll of an outbreak linked to contaminated recalled eye drops has risen and more people have lost their vision. According to an update issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday, the...