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  2. Secunda, Mpumalanga - Wikipedia,_Mpumalanga

    Secunda (from Latin: second, secund, secundi meaning second/following) is a town built amidst the coalfields of the Mpumalanga province of South Africa.It was named for being the second Sasol extraction refinery producing oil from coal, after Sasolburg, some 140 kilometres (87 mi) to the west.

  3. Tornado (web server) - Wikipedia

    Tornado is a scalable, non-blocking web server and web application framework written in Python. It was developed for use by FriendFeed; the company was acquired by Facebook in 2009 and Tornado was open-sourced soon after.

  4. Momo Challenge hoax - Wikipedia

    WhatsApp is encouraging its users to block phone numbers engaging in this practice and to report them to the company. [6] [15] Commenting on the numerous rumours of suicide related to the Momo Challenge, web security experts and folklorists studying urban legends have stated that the phenomenon is likely a case of moral panic : a ...

  5. List of mergers and acquisitions by Meta Platforms - Wikipedia

    Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook, Inc.) is a technology company that has acquired 91 other companies, including WhatsApp.The WhatsApp acquisition closed at a steep $16 billion; more than $40 per user of the platform.

  6. Editor war - Wikipedia

    Results of the Sucks-Rules-O-Meter for Vi and Emacs from comments made on the Web; In the Church of Emacs "using a free version of vi is not a sin, it's a penance." Emacs offers Vi functionality, from the Emacs wiki; Emacs Vs Vi, from WikiWikiWeb; The Right Size for an Editor discussing vi and Emacs in relatively modern terms

  7. Guilded - Wikipedia

    Guilded, Inc. (2017–2021) Roblox Corporation (2021–present); Initial release: March 17, 2017; 5 years ago (): Operating system

  8. Censorship in Turkey - Wikipedia

    Web sites are blocked for intellectual property infringement, particularly file sharing and streaming sites; for providing access to material that shows or promotes the sexual exploitation and abuse of children, obscenity, prostitution, or gambling; for insults to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founding father of modern Turkey; for reporting news ...

  9. Opera (web browser) - Wikipedia

    Opera is a multi-platform web browser developed by its namesake company Opera. The browser is based on Chromium, but distinguishes itself from other Chromium-based browsers (Chrome, Edge, etc.) through its user interface and other features.