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jaywink (3824665) writes "A new diaspora* version 0.4.1.0 is out. It includes a lot of pages ported to Bootstrap, many bug fixes and small enhancements. Also included is a Terms of Service -feature for podmins. Diaspora* is an open source social networking server that joins all running pods into one big decentralized social network." Link to Original Source
adeelarshad82 (1482093) writes "There's been some buzz about the upcoming film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. The movie has attracted some criticism based on a 10-minute broadcast of unfinished footage shown last week at CinemaCon 2012 in Las Vegas. The gist of it is that Gandalf looks worried, and this time it's not just about Middle Earth; instead here is why."
Well in Switzerland, they round up to the nearest (not only to the seller's advantage) but usually the prices are already rounded. I frequently have an adjustment of the total to the nearest 5 cents increment on my phone bill.
I would suggest cleaning up unneeded data. I know it is not the kind of answer you are looking for but I am sure there are things that you do not really need, maybe duplicates or older version of sets of files. By making a throughout clean-up, you can probably gain many GB, you then might have enough space to swap your files around to be able to reformat your fleaky drive. Yon then have the time to think over to find a more durable solution for when this happens again.
An anonymous reader writes "The http://www.baldursgate.com/ pages have came back to life. Although there's not much to see on the page itself, viewing it's source shows:
Does this mean a new game? Or, more likely, HD remake? And, if so, could Planescape: Torment be next?" Link to Original Source
cylonlover (1921924) writes "Joint implants should always be made of materials like titanium, so they can last the lifetime of the patient... right? Well, not according to researchers at Finland's Tampere University of Technology. They've developed a product known as RegJoint, which is reportedly the world's first biodegradable joint implant. Unlike permanent implants, it allows the patient's bone ends to remain intact, and it creates a new joint out of their own tissue." Link to Original Source