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Beating the Nimzo-Indian Defense - GM Timur Gareev ... and more

Beating the Nimzo-Indian Defense - GM Timur Gareev Beating the Nimzo-Indian Defense - GM Timur GareevPosted on September 15,2014 By OnlineChessLessons.NET Contributor in Strategy & Game Review, Chess Openings, All Articles w/ Videos, General Chess Articles. Show More Summary

4 Months and 3 Million Comments Later, the Public Has Spoken on Net Neutrality

After four months and more than 3 million comments, the public input period for the Federal Communications Commission's Internet regulations is coming to a close. The sheer numbers could be lauded as a victory for democracy in which the Internet came together to save itself, with studies showing overwhelming support for net neutrality. Show More Summary

F.C.C. Revisits Net Neutrality Exemption for Mobile Broadband

A round-table discussion will examine whether to change a 2010 policy that excluded cellular companies from rules that prevent Internet providers from slowing down or blocking websites and apps.

Freaky! Jeremy Menez’s backheel golazo was a near carbon copy of Leopoldo Luque from 1978!

AC Milan’s Jeremy Menez scored one of the great improvised goals last night, flicking the ball around the keeper to then backheel it into the net without breaking stride. It looked so off the cuff, like a true original, that you’d never think a goal had been scored like it. But it was a near […]

Inside the last push for net neutrality

"What they're doing is the gravest threat to free speech as we know it, a threat to the basic human right to communicate."

Kevin Garnett will be Nets starting power forward, says new coach Lionel Hollins

Kevin Garnett was a shell of himself last season, a reality that his defenders chalked up to injury, and doubters deemed a steep regression based on age. Lionel Hollins, for one, expects resurgence from Garnett.

DEADLINE: Today is the last day to comment to the FCC on net neutrality

Today is September 15th, and the Federal Communications Commission is taking public comments on its fake net neutrality proposal until midnight tonight. It’s impossible to emphasize how crucial it is to speak out on this, as the very existence of Daily Kos and other independent websites is at stake. Show More Summary

Gigaom: Why Google and the FCC are bringing wireless back into the net neutrality fight

It's like it's 2010 all over again as the FCC indicates it may take a second look at bringing the idea of network neutrality to the wireless networks as part of…

If Shorten is going to war, where’s his army?

[url=]Bill Shorten is again defied by his troops: [/url] Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has fully backed the deployment of 600…

Net Neutrality Debate Generates Record 3M+ Comments, And Counting, At FCC

Comments will continue to flood into the FCC up to midnight ET, the deadline for public input on its controversial open Internet proposal. But at 3M this afternoon, the number of responses has more than doubled since late last week.Show More Summary

Conservatives push back on Net Neutrality

"The Internet does not need the federal government’s 'help.'"

Attractive Net Interest Margin And Potential Price Appreciation Key Features Of MFA

By investec: MFA Financial, Inc (NYSE:MFA) is an internally-managed real estate investment trust [REIT] that primarily invests in agency and non-agency residential mortgage-backed securities on a leveraged basis. I am bullish on the company because of its well-diversified portfolio and significant exposure on the credit side. Show More Summary

Join President Obama in supporting net neutrality, make your comment to the FCC

10 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

This is it, the last day you can make a formal comment to the FCC about protecting net neutrality, so here's your chance to do so, in your own words. And if you want to record that message, it might just end up on this giant billboard...Show More Summary

Over 3 million comments on net neutrality registered with the FCC

10 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

It looks like a lot more of you have strong opinions on net neutrality than initially thought. The FCC has just announced that it's received more than 3 million comments on the topic, which blows away the previous estimate of 1.48 million and is more...

Giant net-neutrality videoboard at FCC's front doors wants YOUR videos

10 hours agoOdd : Boing Boing

Evan from Fight for the Future writes, "Fight for the Future and Namecheap just parked a truck directly across the street from the FCC with a huge video billboard mounted on top facing the agency's main entrance; we're playing net neutrality videos all day today and tomorrow." Read the rest

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On TV Tonight: Monday September 15, 2014

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Adnan Januzaj nets a brace for Man United U21s against Sunderland [Vines]

With all the attacking talent at Manchester United you might be forgiven for forgetting about burgeoning prodigy Adnan Januzaj. The young Belgium international made a cameo appearance in the rout against QPR but showed the bad side of his game as well as the effortless dribbling and quick footwork. Breaking down the right late in […]

Net Neutrality Advocates Make Last FCC Push as Comment Window Closes

The video display coincides with the last day the FCC will accept public comments on its proposed Internet regulation

3 Million Comments And Counting: The Final Public Comment Period On Net Neutrality Ends Tonight

The chance for the public — individuals, consumer advocates, and businesses alike — to have their say on the FCC’s proposed net neutrality rule is finally coming to an end. In the four months of the various comment periods being open, the FCC has received over 3 million comments so far, with more pouring in by the minute. But the … [More]

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