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Forks and Corks Chicago: SCHWA - Chicago’s tiny piece of culinary heaven

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A guide to everything BYOB in the city of Chicago (from someone who knows nothing about food except how to eat it). It will include comments on all sorts of BYOBs throughout the city. It will speak to the food, the atmosphere, the service, and even occasionally how I feel a day or two after. It will also include wine, beer, and alcohol shops in the near vicinity and how well they cater to my experience. SCHWA - Chicago’s tiny piece of culinary heaven DISCLAIMER: The experience I had at Schwa was unlike anything I have ever encountered in my...

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Hands Bag Pop: Crackdown on Counterfeit Goods

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More Counterfeit Goods: Welcome to the Fake Sneaker Capital of China Hands Bag Pop was a website selling counterfeit handbags seized by the US government as part of efforts to stop counterfeiting and piracy. It was seized by ICE, as part of a seizure of 82 domains. The website sold skin care products, as well as handbags.  It carried knockoffs of well-known brands such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and Prada. The site was uncovered through undercover purchases by federal agents.  Counterfeiting takes advantage of others' creative work, prevents job creation in the United States, and can be hazardous to...

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Innovation and the State (YalePressWiki)

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The 1990s brought surprising industrial development in emerging economies around the globe: firms in countries not previously known for their high-technology industries moved to the forefront in new Information Technologies (IT) by using different business models and carving out unique positions in the global IT production networks. In this book Dan Breznitz asks why economies of different countries develop in different ways, and his answer relies on his exhaustive research into the comparative experiences of Israel, Taiwan, and Ireland—states that made different choices to nurture the growth of their IT industries. The role of the state in economic development has...

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Droid Docs: Compilation of Android kernel

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From Triled WikiJump to: navigation, search Tip applies to Linux systems 1. Get toolchains from CodeSourcery (Choose ARM EABI and IA32 GNU/Linux). 2. Get kernel source code from here. 3. Deploy toolchains and kernel source and enter in the kernel source tree. $ mkdir -p android$ cd android$ tar xjvf ../arm-2007q3-51-arm-none-linux-gnueabi-i686-pc-linux-gnu.tar.bz2$ tar xzvf ../linux-2.6.23-android-m3-rc20.tar.gz$ cd kernel 4. Get the config.gz from the running emulator by the following way. $ adb pull /proc/config.gz . 5. Decommpress the config.gz and rename it as .config$ gunzip config.gz$ mv config .config 6. Specify CROSS_COMPILE in the Makefile. CROSS_COMPILE=../arm-2007q3/bin/arm-none-linux-gnueabi- 7. Comment out LDFLAGS_BUILD_ID in the same Makefile....

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Ambus Art

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AMBUS Contemporary Art was a group of professional women artists working in Southern Oregon. Our artists live in Ashland, Medford, Jacksonville and Grants Pass. We explore, share and exhibit art in a supportive group environment. After having a gallery presence for 6 years in Jacksonville and then Medford, we closed our doors and are exhibiting two to three times a year at various locations. Artists Alice Stambaugh Darla Baack Dianne Erickson Eileen Bowie Janet E. Higgins Lisa D. Peterson Meloney Quady Nancy Jo Mullen Nancy Pagani Virginia Andrade Our next exhibit is "The Shape of Memory" We have two venues coming...

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