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Submission + - North Korea (sucessfully?) Launches a long range missle at 0100 GMT (time.com)

virtualXTC writes: FTA: "North Korea fired a long-range rocket Wednesday morning in its second launch under its new leader, defying warnings from the U.N. and Washington only days before South Korean presidential elections.
North Korea declared the launch of a rocket and satellite a success, and state television planned a special broadcast about the launch at noon (0300 GMT)."
South Korea has confirmed the launch time, and Japan has confirmed that the rocket went over Okinawa, and two stanges of the rockets have sucessfuly avoided other contries and fallen into the sea. While it is still unconfirmed as to whether or not North Korea actually orbiting Satallite, it seems clarn that sancations have faild to curb South Korea's quest for nuclear wepony. Does this mean we headed to yet another war?

Submission + - A Theory of Productive Spaces (liberumvir.com)

Liberum Vir writes: "Every business should be concerned with providing a productive space for it's people to do great work. I think most certainly aim for that. Why then, do so many people feel less productive at work than elsewhere? What can be done to make an average work space a great one? Well, here's my theory."

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