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August 06, 2022

How Google is improving search results when you use quotes

How snippets in Google’s search results are being improved by forming them around where quoted words or phrases occur in a web document.

GitLab U-turns on deleting dormant projects after backlash

As revealed exclusively yesterday by The Register, GitLab planned to introduce the policy in late September. The biz hoped the move would save it up to $1 million a year and help make its SaaS business sustainable.

How my lab went from 4,000 kg to 130 kg of waste a year

Cutting out single-use plastics was the beginning of a sustainability transformation, says Jane Kilcoyne. Cutting out single-use plastics was the beginning of a sustainability transformation, says Jane Kilcoyne.

US, Japan reaching for a 2-nm chip breakthrough

A top-level meeting has confirmed earlier reports that the US and Japan will work together to develop leading-edge 2-nanometer (nm) semiconductor process technology to prevent overreliance on Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s (TSMC) factories in Taiwan.

Aussie++ Programming language from down under

🇦🇺 Syntax entirely comprised of Australian lingo and slang. 🪃 Wield an Australian's greatest weapon: use boomerangs (angle-brackets) instead of curly braces. True aussie mode, where uʍop ǝpᴉsdn characters become valid code.

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