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  2. Software bug - Wikipedia

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    The Middle English word bugge is the basis for the terms "bugbear" and "bugaboo" as terms used for a monster.. The term "bug" to describe defects has been a part of engineering jargon since the 1870s and predates electronics and computers; it may have originally been used in hardware engineering to describe mechanical malfunctions.

  3. Fox Interactive - Wikipedia

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    As a subsidiary of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (1994–2003) Fox Interactive was formed in May 1994, and was led by former Time Warner Interactive executive Ted Hoff, the company was a division of Fox Video (later 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment), the home media distribution part of 20th Century Fox.

  4. Computer virus - Wikipedia

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    The first page of Dr Solomon's Virus Encyclopaedia explains the undesirability of viruses, even those that do nothing but reproduce. [28] [29] An article that describes "useful virus functionalities" was published by J. B. Gunn under the title "Use of virus functions to provide a virtual APL interpreter under user control" in 1984. [30]

  5. Framingham, Massachusetts - Wikipedia

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    Framingham (/ ˈ f r eɪ m ɪ ŋ h æ m / ()) is a city in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United States.Incorporated in 1700, it is within Middlesex County and the MetroWest subregion of the Greater Boston metropolitan area.

  6. HCL Connections - Wikipedia

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    HCL Connections is a Web 2.0 enterprise social software application developed originally by IBM and acquired by HCL Technologies in July 2019. Connections is an enterprise-collaboration platform which helps teams work more efficiently.

  7. Communications Decency Act - Wikipedia

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    Section 230 of title 47 of the U.S. Code, a codification of the Communications Act of 1934 (added by Section 9 of the Communications Decency Act / Section 509 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996) was not part of the original Senate legislation, but was added in conference with the House, where it had been separately introduced by Representatives Christopher Cox and Ron Wyden as the Internet ...

  8. Allston - Wikipedia

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    Allston is an officially recognized neighborhood within the City of Boston, Massachusetts, United States.It was named after the American painter and poet Washington Allston.

  9. Sykesville, Maryland - Wikipedia

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    The Springfield Hospital Center mental institution is located to the east of the town. The ex-Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Sykesville station was designed by E. Francis Baldwin in the Queen Anne style and built in 1883. The station was the second stop from Baltimore on the original B&O main line. The B&O ended passenger service to Sykesville ...