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Subject: Assigned Readings Author: Student 1 Will we require calculators for our midterm tomorrow?   Author: Student 2 You might, I won’t   Author: Student 3 Douche. Keep Reading

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McGill’s Barbados campus: Bellairs Research Institute

Matt Essert McGill is a terrible tundra of frigidness and despair. You can’t go to class without having your nose hairs freeze off or your feet succumbing to terrible frost bite … unless of course, you’re spending a semester at the McGill Bellairs Research Institute in beautiful Barbados. The Bellairs Institute is home to both… Keep Reading

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Computing’s Future: It’s in the clouds

In one of the most rapidly changing industries in the world, the next major paradigm is rolling in: cloud computing. Much in the way the Internet altered our computing perspective, cloud computing is drastically changing the way people use their computers by increasing the speed and availability of data and computation. Today, when someone needs… Keep Reading

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Carrot-Zucchini bread

This zucchini-carrot bread uses the healthiness of vegetables to create a guilt-free alternative to your average brownie. Quick and easy to make using any fruit and nuts you have lying around, it’s easy to tweak the recipe for a range of dietary restrictions. The best part is that the veggies make it acceptable to eat… Keep Reading

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Subject: Assigned Readings Author: Student 1 What are the assigned readings for the mid2? when can we have the list of readings?   Subject: Assigned Readings Author: Student 2 Seriously? We just had a midterm yesterday… YESTERDAY! Keep Reading

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Why abc123 is a strong password

If you’ve used the Gawker media service in the last year or so, you’re probably aware of the massive account information leak that occurred in late 2010. In this security breach, the user database, containing 1.3 million users, was leaked. This breach shows that even huge sites with millions of users aren’t safe from simple… Keep Reading

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Cider

greenroadfarm.com Cider-making is an old and noble tradition. You too can follow in the footsteps of Norman artisans and perform the nuanced ritual of turning fresh-picked fruit into alcohol. Or if you’re like me, you can cut a whole bunch of corners. Simpler even than using a kit to make beer, this lazy student recipe… Keep Reading

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Montre-apps

It can be hard to sift through the millions of applications available for your smartphone. There are apps for reading and writing and arithmetics, apps for games and gags, and managing your green. Since it can be overwhelming to sift through them on your own, here are some of the top apps for Montrealers. STM… Keep Reading

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Mad med reputations

mccord-museum.qc.ca In the 1860s and 1870s, the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University was known for an anatomy program that always seemed to have a fresh supply of cadavers for its students to dissect. The Faculty of Medicine came to be when the university  incorporated the Montreal Medical Institution. In 1833, the institution moved from… Keep Reading

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IPv4 no more

Last Thursday marked a significant event in the history of the Internet. While many people didn’t notice it, and it wasn’t nearly as publicized as Y2K, something happened that necessitates a major shift in the way the Internet functions: the Internet stopped growing. Internet protocol addresses, or IP addresses, are embedded in the way computers… Keep Reading

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