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26th Feb '17 4:35:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Vortexx}}, a SaturdayMorningCartoon block on TheCW, can be seen as one for both FoxKids and Creator/KidsWB.

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* {{Vortexx}}, Creator/{{Vortexx}}, a SaturdayMorningCartoon block on TheCW, Creator/TheCW, can be seen as one for both FoxKids Creator/FoxKids and Creator/KidsWB.
25th Feb '17 7:30:20 PM dmeagher13
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* ''Magazine/NintendoPower'' supposedly got one after its demise in the form of ''Magazine/NintendoForce''. However, this is a subversion since the latter magazine is not officially licensed, authorized, sanctioned by, or otherwise affiliated with Nintendo themselves.

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* ''Magazine/NintendoPower'' supposedly got one after its demise in the form of ''Magazine/NintendoForce''. However, this is a subversion since the latter magazine is not officially licensed, authorized, sanctioned by, or otherwise affiliated with Nintendo themselves.
25th Feb '17 1:49:00 PM FigmentJedi
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** ''Ride/RiversOfLight'' at Disney's Animal Kingdom is one to the Epcot Millennium Celebration shows ''Illuminations: Reflections of Earth'' and ''Tapestry of Nations'', carrying on Illuminations's music driven and abstract style of storytelling with a focus on the natural world, while mirroring Tapestry's Sage of Time/Dreamseekers and festival structure with the elemental shamans and lantern festival pageant structure.
22nd Feb '17 7:16:40 PM RAMChYLD
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** One more for Oracle: the acquisition of Sun also gave them access to the [=MySQL=] database engine, which is a direct competition to their flagship product. They proceeded to cripple [=MySQL=] so that it cannot fairly compete. The community responded by forking the last Sun-maintained version of [=MySQL=] into [=MariaDB=].
22nd Feb '17 7:03:15 PM RAMChYLD
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* Fears about terrorism could be a modern version of the RedScare, which itself is this to the YellowPeril.

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* Fears about terrorism could be a modern version of the RedScare, which itself is this during the cold war to the YellowPeril.YellowPeril during the second world war.
22nd Feb '17 7:01:53 PM RAMChYLD
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* Fears about terrorism could be a modern version of the RedScare.

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* Fears about terrorism could be a modern version of the RedScare.RedScare, which itself is this to the YellowPeril.
22nd Feb '17 6:57:54 PM RAMChYLD
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** Another Oracle example was the OpenSolaris operating system, which was basically a free community-supported version of the paid Solaris OS. Shortly after buying over Sun and killing OpenOffice, Oracle also gave the finger to the OpenSolaris community by shutting down access to the source code and putting out a press release that barely hides their greed, claiming that OpenSolaris will be migrated to a crippled ''Solaris Express'', while those who want a fully functional version will have to pay for the full Solaris OS. While the OpenSolaris community tried to be friendly with Oracle, that dick move by Oracle caused the community to fork the last version of OpenSolaris into ''illumos''.

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** Another Oracle example was the OpenSolaris [=OpenSolaris=] operating system, which was basically a free community-supported version of the paid Solaris OS. Shortly after buying over Sun and killing OpenOffice, [=OpenOffice=], Oracle also gave the finger to the OpenSolaris [=OpenSolaris=] community by shutting down access to the source code and putting out a press release that barely hides their greed, claiming that OpenSolaris [=OpenSolaris=] will be migrated to replaced with a crippled ''Solaris Express'', while those who want a fully functional version will have to pay for the full Solaris OS. While the OpenSolaris [=OpenSolaris=] community tried to be friendly with Oracle, that dick move by Oracle caused the community to fork the last version of OpenSolaris [=OpenSolaris=] into ''illumos''.
22nd Feb '17 6:36:47 PM RAMChYLD
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** Another Oracle example was the OpenSolaris operating system, which was basically a free community-supported version of the paid Solaris OS. Shortly after buying over Sun and killing OpenOffice, Oracle also gave the finger to the OpenSolaris community by shutting down access to the source code and putting out a press release that barely hides their greed, claiming that OpenSolaris will be migrated to a crippled ''Solaris Express'', while those who want a fully functional version will have to pay for the full Solaris OS. While the OpenSolaris community tried to be friendly with Oracle, that dick move by Oracle caused the community to fork the last version of OpenSolaris into ''illumos''.
14th Jan '17 6:14:01 PM thelivingtoad
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** Raspberry Pi has become incredibly popular with the retro-gaming scene as a cheap, dedicated hardware for emulation, and several projects like [[https://retropie.org.uk/ Retropie]] and [[https://www.recalbox.com/ Recalbox]] have popped up that can emulate pretty much any system made before 1996 that you can throw at them. Ironically, one of the few machines of these projects can't seem to emulate properly is the none other than the BBC Micro!

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** Raspberry Pi has become incredibly popular with the retro-gaming scene as a cheap, dedicated hardware for emulation, and several projects like [[https://retropie.org.uk/ Retropie]] and [[https://www.recalbox.com/ Recalbox]] have popped up that can emulate pretty much any system made before 1996 that you can throw at them. Ironically, one of the few machines of these projects can't seem to emulate properly is the none other than the BBC Micro!
14th Jan '17 5:53:03 PM thelivingtoad
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** Raspberry Pi has become incredibly popular with the retro-gaming scene as a cheap, dedicated hardware for emulation, and several projects like [[https://retropie.org.uk/ Retropie]] and [[https://www.recalbox.com/ Recalbox]] have popped up that can happily emulate pretty much every system made before 1996 that you can throw at them. Ironically, one of the few machines of these projects can't seem to emulate properly is the none other than the BBC Micro!

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** Raspberry Pi has become incredibly popular with the retro-gaming scene as a cheap, dedicated hardware for emulation, and several projects like [[https://retropie.org.uk/ Retropie]] and [[https://www.recalbox.com/ Recalbox]] have popped up that can happily emulate pretty much every any system made before 1996 that you can throw at them. Ironically, one of the few machines of these projects can't seem to emulate properly is the none other than the BBC Micro!
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