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Open source microblogging application, aiming to be an alternative to Twitter. Provides hosting services, a list of existing servers using this software, documentation and information for developers.
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Dedicated to only good news on the international level. Examines culture and technology.
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Perl based open source software for weblog management.
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Server-side blogging tool written in PHP with integrated RSS feed and static URLs option.
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XHTML Friends Network hyperlink protocol for blogs and blogrolls.
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Free service allows users to search other blogs, upload images, and create syndicated XML feeds.
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EAGLES INSIDERS: A look at three nose tackles in draft who could help
Their transition from a 4-3 to a 3-4 is not complete. Although the Eagles did find themselves a nice rookie nose tackle in Bennie Logan last season and were pleased with the way former defensive tackles Fletcher Cox and Cedric Thornton handled the switch to ends, they're still building.

EAGLES INSIDERS: Finding value in draft at defensive end
As Eagles general manager Howie Roseman reminded us early in the offseason, high-quality pass rushers don't grow on trees. They do grow in the NCAA, however.

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