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Submission + - Gitionary: the party game for compsci nerds (ksplice.com)

An anonymous reader writes: For a recent revision control-themed party, some MIT students created Gitionary: a Pictionary party game for git commands. They even published a deck with porcelain (easy) and plumbing (insanely hard) levels so we can all partake in this delightful git nerdery.
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Obama Significantly Revises Technology Positions 940

method9455 writes "Barack Obama has edited his official website on many issues, including a huge revision on the technology page. Strangely it seems net neutrality is no longer as important as it was a few months ago, and the swaths of detail have been removed and replaced with fairly vague rhetoric. Many technologists were alarmed with the choice of Joe Biden before, and now it appears their fears might have been well founded." Update: 09/22 18:07 GMT by T : Julian Sanchez of Ars Technica passed on a statement from an Obama campaign representative who points out that the changes in wording highlighted by Versionista aren't the whole story, and that more Obama tech-plan details are now available in a PDF, saying "there is absolutely no substantive change to our policy - folks who want more information can click to get our full plan."

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