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Links 1 through 10 of 29 by Marcos Ojeda tagged internet

"A computer mystery/romance set five minutes into the future of 1988"

I just rediscovered this while cleaning out my downloads folder and was pleasantly surprised in so many way.

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"Instead of hours and minutes, the mean solar day is divided up into 1000 parts called "beats". Each beat lasts 1 minute and 26.4 seconds. Although Swatch does not specify units smaller than one beat, third party implementations have extended the standard by adding "centibeats" or "sub-beats" as a decimal fraction, for extended precision: @248.00"

man, this idea seemed so awesome at the time (and even cooler when php supported it as a date() format option). i even had a beat watch that i never wore that's sitting in a drawer in san diego. oh life.

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porn's version of garfield minus garfield

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"a United States Supreme Court case, in which all 9 Justices of the Court voted to strike down anti-indecency provisions of the Communications Decency Act (the "CDA"), finding they violated the freedom of speech provisions of the First Amendment."

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"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press;"

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"The court held that although CompuServe did host defamatory content on its forums, CompuServe was merely a distributor, rather than a publisher, of the content. As a distributor, CompuServe could only be held liable for defamation if it knew, or had reason to know, of the defamatory nature of the content."

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"a controversial 1995 U.S. New York Supreme Court[1] decision which found that online service providers could be held liable for the speech of their users."

if the service provider moderated the content

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"the first notable attempt by the United States Congress to regulate pornographic material on the Internet."

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