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We are also going to deprecate the Fetch Page module at the end of June. So please convert your existing Pipes that use the Fetch Page module to the XPATH Fetch Page module...more In this talk from YUIConf 2011, we demonstrate the features of the Yahoo! Pipes editor and explain how you can use Pipes and YQL to power your web apps, create mashups, and more. Frontend Changes String builder, Item builder and URL builder modules now have a max of 40 item per module, increased from 10. Global Grind.
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Most of the advances in technology at the time - cryptography, radar, battlefield communications - were due to military operations during World War II, and it was, in fact, government activities that led to the development of the Internet. On October 4, 1957, the Soviets launched Sputnik, man's first foray into outer space, and the U.S. government under President Eisenhower subsequently launched an aggressive military campaign to compete with and surpass the Soviet activities. From the launch of Sputnik and the U.S.S.R. testing its first intercontinental ballistic missile, the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) was born. ARPA was the U.S. government's research agency for all space and strategic missile research.
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