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To invoke a SOAP web service we chose to use the SUDs library rather than create a web service interface from scratch. We tested it locally and seemed to work fine. When we uploaded it to App Engine with some sample code, we found some errors due to limitations in App Engine for using sockets and accessing the file system. This May Be the Most Surreal Building Ever Created. Wiki communities for everyone! Software : Twitterrific. Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate. Stealth.

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Facebook Pulls Back Curtain on 'Timeline'

Blue/ Eight hundred million Facebook profiles will soon get Timeline. Over the coming week, Facebook will officially roll out the latest addition to its world-spanning social network: a Timeline that maps out each profile as a series of chronological events. And for the average user, it will appear as if by magic. CERN physicists find hint of Higgs boson. Researchers at the CERN particle accelerator have found "intriguing hints" of the Higgs boson, a moment of major progress in years of previously unfruitful searching for the elusive subatomic particle.

CERN physicists find hint of Higgs boson

The search for the Higgs boson is the top priority of CERN's massive and expensive Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland. Its Atlas experiment showed a statistically suspicious increase in activity that indicates the Higgs could be pinned down with a mass of 126 giga-electron-volts, and showing some important agreement, its independent CMS experiment found a possible result nearby at 124GeV. "We observe an excess of events around mass of about 126 GeV," CERN physicist and Atlas leader Fabiola Gianotti said in slides presented today at a CERN seminar to physicists who applauded her results.

That equates to about 212 quintillionths of a gram; by comparison, a proton is more than 100 times lighter with a mass of 0.938GeV. Her small sentence carries big import for physics. Stamped. Gizmodo, le guide des gadgets High Tech. Io9. We come from the future. Jalopnik - Drive Free or Die. Reboot Nation (Brooklyn, NY. The workplace is drastically changing.

Reboot Nation (Brooklyn, NY

A December survey showed that a whopping 84% of people planned on leaving their job in 2012, up from 60% just two years ago. Some will look for more pay.