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1 - Brexit: UK needs to clarify issues - Macron
2 - UK's credit rating downgraded by Moody's
3 - Uber petition over London licence loss reaches 400k
4 - China limits oil trade to North Korea and bans textile trade
5 - Two million couples missing out on tax break, says HMRC
6 - Snow comes early to California
7 - Miss Turkey stripped of her crown over coup tweet
8 - Indonesia: Bali volcano highest alert issued
9 - McCain torpedoes Republican Obamacare repeal plan again
10 - Mexico earthquake hit church during christening
11 - Abortion should not be a crime, says doctors' body
12 - UK chip designer Imagination bought by Chinese firm
13 - The Papers: May's offer to EU 'pauses Brexit'
14 - What's so special about Eric?
15 - Sir Patrick Stewart's guide to RSC costume sale
16 - 'My baby is allergic to milk'
17 - A train passenger's view of India
18 - 7 days, 7 questions: Quiz of the week's news
19 - Bumbling police tweet '80-year ban' for dangerous driver
20 - Who are the world's richest women?
21 - Yorkshire pudding wrap: Reinventing the humble delicacy
22 - Saudi textbook features image of Yoda with King Faisal
23 - BBC News Channel
24 - Seven things people will miss if Uber loses its taxi licence in London
25 - Strictly Come Dancing: This year's stars in quotes
26 - Ten places to find your old £1 coins before shops refuse them
27 - Where would FC Barcelona be in an independent Catalonia?
28 - Slaves in modern Britain: 'Living in the dark'
29 - How the internet helped Labour at the general election
30 - The Maze Escape: the biggest jailbreak in UK history
31 - How 'the invisible network' poses a major security threat
32 - Diego Costa: Striker says he will always have 'special affection' for Chelsea
33 - Toby Roland-Jones: England seamer a doubt for 2017-18 Ashes
34 - Valentino Rossi completes practice sessions at Aragon GP after double leg fracture
35 - Tour Championship: Paul Casey takes a share of halfway lead as Spieth falters
36 - Everton Ladies 0-2 Liverpool Ladies
37 - Super 8s: Castleford Tigers 16-48 Hull FC
1 - Brexit: UK needs to clarify issues - Macron

The French president says Theresa May needs to sort out three key issues before talks turn to trade.

9/23/2017 1:36:37 AM

2 - UK's credit rating downgraded by Moody's

Ratings agency cites concerns about the UK's public finances and economic uncertainty around Brexit.

9/22/2017 7:08:10 PM

3 - Uber petition over London licence loss reaches 400k

An online petition was launched after it was announced Uber would lose its London licence.

9/23/2017 2:01:39 AM

4 - China limits oil trade to North Korea and bans textile trade

Traditionally Pyongyang's only ally, China is removing key economic sources after new UN sanctions.

9/22/2017 11:42:38 PM

5 - Two million couples missing out on tax break, says HMRC

Married couples - or those in civil partnerships - can claim a tax allowance worth £230 a year.

9/22/2017 5:37:15 PM

6 - Snow comes early to California

The unexpected and unseasonal snowfall hit the US state on the last day of summer.

9/22/2017 8:24:29 PM

7 - Miss Turkey stripped of her crown over coup tweet

The beauty pageant's organisers say they discovered the "unacceptable" tweet after the ceremony.

9/22/2017 3:38:47 PM

8 - Indonesia: Bali volcano highest alert issued

About 10,000 people are evacuated amid fears an eruption on the Indonesian island could be imminent.

9/22/2017 8:32:46 PM

9 - McCain torpedoes Republican Obamacare repeal plan again

The senator says he "cannot in good conscience" approve the plan, which is backed by President Trump.

9/22/2017 8:03:39 PM

10 - Mexico earthquake hit church during christening

A two-month-old baby was one of a number of people who died at the Santiago Apostol church.

9/22/2017 9:33:15 PM

11 - Abortion should not be a crime, says doctors' body

The pregnancy association votes to regulate terminations in line with other medical procedures.

9/23/2017 12:16:54 AM

12 - UK chip designer Imagination bought by Chinese firm

UK tech firm Imagination, which has designed chips for iPhones, is being bought for £550m.

9/22/2017 5:30:45 PM

13 - The Papers: May's offer to EU 'pauses Brexit'

The prime minister's transition period of "about" two years dominates the front pages.

9/23/2017 12:41:46 AM

14 - What's so special about Eric?

Eric is a therapy dog transforming lives in his community and helping Karen recover from a stroke.

9/22/2017 7:07:01 PM

15 - Sir Patrick Stewart's guide to RSC costume sale

The theatre company is selling off more than 10,000 items of clothing worn by actors over the decades.

9/22/2017 7:11:33 PM

16 - 'My baby is allergic to milk'

Tammy worries that her baby's allergy to milk protein damaged their bond.

9/22/2017 7:18:38 PM

17 - A train passenger's view of India

Shanu Babar loves train journeys so much that he began documenting his. Soon, others joined him.

9/22/2017 6:35:26 PM

18 - 7 days, 7 questions: Quiz of the week's news

7 days quiz: It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?

9/21/2017 6:39:37 PM

19 - Bumbling police tweet '80-year ban' for dangerous driver

Police backtrack after tweeting a sentencing for a dangerous driving conviction that was 78 years out.

9/22/2017 9:11:00 AM

20 - Who are the world's richest women?

We look at who has taken the top global spot and which British women are the wealthiest.

9/23/2017 12:48:16 AM

21 - Yorkshire pudding wrap: Reinventing the humble delicacy

First made in the 1700s, this Yorkshire dish is enjoying a surge in popularity.

9/22/2017 11:06:24 AM

22 - Saudi textbook features image of Yoda with King Faisal

A picture of the Star Wars character sitting beside the late King Faisal is mistakenly included.

9/22/2017 11:28:04 AM

23 - BBC News Channel

BBC coverage of latest developments

9/15/2017 4:16:21 AM

24 - Seven things people will miss if Uber loses its taxi licence in London

TfL says it won't be renewing Uber's licence in London, which is stressing people out.

9/22/2017 11:05:05 AM

25 - Strictly Come Dancing: This year's stars in quotes

On the eve of the first live show, what do the class of 2017 have to say about taking part?

9/22/2017 7:49:23 PM

26 - Ten places to find your old £1 coins before shops refuse them

The round £1 coin will no longer be legal tender from 16 October when shops can refuse to accept them.

9/22/2017 6:10:51 PM

27 - Where would FC Barcelona be in an independent Catalonia?

The Catalan referendum places some uncertainty over the future of Spain's prestigious football club.

9/22/2017 6:18:33 PM

28 - Slaves in modern Britain: 'Living in the dark'

Matthew Price reports on efforts to root out slavery in the UK

9/22/2017 7:56:26 PM

29 - How the internet helped Labour at the general election

A new study examines how web use affected the 2017 poll.

9/22/2017 7:52:16 PM

30 - The Maze Escape: the biggest jailbreak in UK history

A key organiser of the Maze Escape, now a born-again Christian, speaks out for the first time.

9/22/2017 12:15:42 AM

31 - How 'the invisible network' poses a major security threat

Many firms have no idea how many devices are connected to their networks - a major cyber-security risk.

9/21/2017 6:00:47 PM

32 - Diego Costa: Striker says he will always have 'special affection' for Chelsea

Diego Costa says he did not want to leave Chelsea on bad terms and that he will always have a special affection with Blues fans.

9/22/2017 4:42:16 PM

33 - Toby Roland-Jones: England seamer a doubt for 2017-18 Ashes

England bowler Toby Roland-Jones will miss Middlesex's final game of the season with injury and is a major doubt for the Ashes.

9/22/2017 10:48:53 AM

34 - Valentino Rossi completes practice sessions at Aragon GP after double leg fracture

Nine-time MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi completes two practice sessions for the Aragon Grand Prix, three weeks after a double leg fracture.

9/22/2017 3:30:16 PM

35 - Tour Championship: Paul Casey takes a share of halfway lead as Spieth falters

England's Paul Casey moves into a share of the lead at halfway in the Tour Championship as FedEx points leader Jordan Spieth falls off the pace.

9/22/2017 5:10:54 PM

36 - Everton Ladies 0-2 Liverpool Ladies

Liverpool Ladies beat Merseyside rivals Everton Ladies in the first match of the new Women's Super League 1 winter season.

9/22/2017 4:15:44 PM

37 - Super 8s: Castleford Tigers 16-48 Hull FC

Jake Connor's hat-trick helps Hull beat weakened Castleford to book a Super League play-off semi-final at Leeds.

9/22/2017 4:12:20 PM

 

Scripting News

Scripting News, the weblog started in 1997 that bootstrapped the blogging revolution.

9/22/2017 7:42:28 PM

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50 - The <i>publicFolder</i> desktop app takes shape

An update to the outlineBrowser code to incorporate saving and restoring expansion state, as used in the About tab.

9/22/2017 12:06:42 PM


Extra bonus. I made it so that the this.how outlines remember expansion state. Example. And since this is a standard feature in PagePark, it should work for OPML files served by PagePark as well. OPML is the format of Little Outliner so you can see how the pieces fit together.

9/22/2017 4:25:37 PM


People who say Jimmy Kimmel should "stay in his lane" don't understand self-government. It's his responsibility to be involved in policy.

9/22/2017 7:42:28 PM


Putin used Facebook as a platform, just as anyone else could have. He figured something out that our top people were too complacent to figure out. And when journalists complain, remember they could have competed with Twitter and Facebook to be the platform for politics, and they punted too.

9/22/2017 10:41:06 AM


In 2009, I wanted Obama to bring the gospel of the Internet to the world, and use it to create democracy everywhere. When he didn't do it, he left the door open for Putin to use it to create kleptocracy everywhere.

9/22/2017 9:55:23 AM


Wes Anderson​'s new film has talking dogs living on an island of trash.

9/22/2017 9:32:43 AM


2FA is not as good as people think because the second factor is not very secure. It's pretty easy to hijack your phone. This weakness has been used to steal Bitcoin.

9/22/2017 9:23:24 AM


Almost 70 percent want the govt to stabilize ObamaCare, not throw it out. I wonder how Repubs plan to overcome that if they succeed. That's why I think they must want to fail at repeal. They understand polling math better than any of us do.

9/22/2017 9:04:53 AM


It might just be me but is the Daily podcast and the NYT tilting more toward the Repubs? Omitting key bits of info that would expose their lies? For example, there's no debate that the new Repub health law would eliminate protection for pre-existing conditions because there is no mandate. It's not health insurance without a mandate. Not really for anyone but certainly not for people with pre-existing conditions.

9/22/2017 8:33:13 AM

10 - The About outline remembers

A nice-to-have feature in the About tab here on Scripting News. It now remembers the expansion state of the outline, so if you go somewhere else and come back it will be as you left it. Here's a short demo.

9/22/2017 11:51:35 AM


There's a new My Projects section in the About outline.

9/21/2017 10:29:44 AM


Roger Stone predicts a Civil War if Trump is impeached. What happens when they find out how they lost their health insurance?

9/21/2017 2:31:05 PM


Experian writes to say my email address is on The Dark Web. They offer advice how to deal with it. Change your password. Buy $29 service from them. Buy the deluxe $109 service again of course from them (guessing at the prices, they don't say in the email). Okay first what is The Dark Web? I honestly have no idea. Second. I publish my email address on my blog. I don't in any way try to hide it. Experian is one of the three credit-rating agencies. This is dishonest. Deceitful. Sleazy.

9/21/2017 1:08:26 PM


There are a lot of posts going up today of the form: "I was a healthy person subsidizing sick people until something bad happened and I needed health care." But that doesn't tell the whole story. I was a healthy person subsidizing sick people until I needed life-saving heart surgery 15 years ago. Because of a sequence of COBRA, RomneyCare and ObamaCare, I have been insured ever since. Each year because of my age, I pay huge premiums. At times as much as $1500 a month with high dedictibles. In the interim, each year I used a fraction of that amount of health care. In other words as a person with a pre-existing condition (the definition of not healthy) I have been subsidizing sick people who need more health care than I do, and am happy to do it.

9/21/2017 9:23:42 AM


If your site pops up a dialog asking the reader to subscribe to an email newsletter, I won't post it to my linkblog. I'll find another site that explains the concept. Same with videos that autoplay. You really hate your users if you do that. I don't support sites that hate their users.

9/21/2017 8:49:24 AM

16 - Unmasking is the new Shariah Law

Repubs invent these scary concepts that don't have any substance, because the words sound important and menacing. We don't want to be governed by Shariah Law. That kind of implies that Shariah Law is being imposed on us. That's the joke. It isn't. They play the same ugly game with voter suppression (they call it something else). And unmasking. I guess they must have been masked for a reason, you say. To protect someone. And to unmask them, well that's obviously bad, right? Haha. You fell for it. Even when you argue against it, saying it's harmless, you're falling for it. Maybe the best thing is to play along? Why were they masked in the first place? What were they hiding? Maybe you have to play the game to defuse it. Bottom line -- Repubs are scum. If you're a Repub and don't feel you're scum, maybe it's time to start something new.

9/21/2017 8:45:02 AM

17 - Write here, cross-post nowhere

I just cross-posted something from this blog to Twitter and Facebook. It gave me a nauseous feeling when the first comment came in on Twitter, from a stranger, who said that unmasking was bad and provided a link to support his belief. A bot. Even if he's flesh and blood, even if he thinks he's sentient, he's just human spam. This is the end of the line for discussion boards. We tried that a long time ago and blogging won out, for good reason. No. More. Cross-posting.

9/21/2017 9:08:37 AM

18 - Finding myself in therapy

I was in therapy for eight years, a long time ago, and while I often asked for advice there was only one time when the therapist gave it.

She said this: Sometimes people are wrong.

There had been a family trip I wasn't allowed to participate in. I had asked to go, and was told no. I was angry and disappointed. I couldn't find a way for it to make sense. Her point was this. They are being bad family members. You can stop grappling with this. You can stop trying to see it from their point of view because they are just wrong.

I asked why this time she made an exception. She said she was human too, and didn't want to go through this with me, yet again. I suppose she wondered why I couldn't figure it out. Or maybe she thought I was ready to hear it. I learned something about myself then, that through nature and/or nurture, my sense of self had disappeared. I had lost the ability, if I ever had it, to see things from my own point of view. It was a big day for me. I'll probably never forget it.

After that event, I saw lots of opportunity to see things from my own point of view. An example. I had gone to a conference and had mistakenly scheduled two things for the same time. I was fretting. What do I do about this? Which one should I go to and which should I blow off? My new inner voice found the answer, in a question: What do you want to do? That would not have occurred to me before.

The piece that inspired this story tries to answer the question of why therapists don't just tell you what to do. The purpose of therapy is to help you discover yourself. I know that sounds dorky and new-age-y, but it is literally what you're doing. You're bouncing around the world, looking for answers everywhere but the only place that can provide them, inside yourself. But if you don't know you exist, how can you find that place? A therapist patiently shines the light on that space, over and over, hoping that this year, or maybe next, you'll figure it out.

9/21/2017 8:22:27 AM


Here's a podcast for the handful of people who try my software before it's public. I have a project ready for testing now, this podcast explains.

9/20/2017 12:54:29 PM


I've been steadily releasing new versions of the publicFolder package over the last few days. Fixing bugs, adding stats and callbacks. The current version is v0.4.23.

9/20/2017 1:26:57 PM


I did finally listen to Trump's speech at the UN, in full. It was horrifying. It's like he pulled his pants down and took a shit on stage.

9/20/2017 5:38:30 PM


Also the Daily podcast about the Trump speech is worth listening to. They take it all in stride, which is somewhat disturbing. But it's useful.

9/20/2017 5:42:23 PM


This dialog pops up when I click most Medium links. I hate this dialog with a passion. It's a paywall thing. Before the paywall goes up. The word that best describes the feeling is bilious, which btw is a great word. ;-)

9/20/2017 12:33:21 PM


The thing about silos is they do things to your reader they don't do to you so you don't know they're doing it. And they know you don't know.

9/20/2017 12:41:17 PM


Rich Hanover has been having trouble accessing fargo.io over DNS. If you've been having trouble too, please post a note to the thread.

9/20/2017 11:05:35 AM


Brendan Greely: "I was a healthy person subsidizing sick people until both of my sons spent a week in the pediatric ICU together." This is the drum I keep beating. Health care is socialist. When Repubs complain that we're socializing medicine, they're wrong. It's not up to us to socialize it. It is socialist.

9/20/2017 9:04:44 AM


We thought we were bringing our system of govt to Russia, but it turns out they were bringing theirs to us. The net provided the means.

9/20/2017 10:55:41 AM


I'm the first to blame Facebook when they're at fault. But this is not their fault. Our naïveté about the net got us and continues to get us.

9/20/2017 10:58:12 AM


I was chatting with a friend who reads this blog, and explained that sometimes when I'm critical of a big tech company, it's not just me speaking, sometimes I'm echoing ideas I've heard from people inside the company. People who aren't being listened to. I guess in that way I'm acting something like a reporter with a source who is on background.

9/20/2017 10:07:16 AM


Jay Rosen has been is considering cross-posting to Medium. On Twitter he asked if he should point to the Medium versions of his post or the blog version. I thought I'd answer on my blog. It wouldn't make much difference to me. I read his blog through his feed, and I dislike going to Medium, because of the interstitial dialog that pops up before I can read a piece. So I guess it would annoy me to see a Medium link to Jay's posts, but I'd get over it.

9/20/2017 10:19:38 AM


BTW, I tried an experiment, different from Jay's, cross-posting from my blog to both Facebook and Medium. I ended the experiment about a year ago.

9/20/2017 10:47:59 AM

32 - My inaugural Enemies List

Just like Nixon I've got an Enemies List. These are the first guys on it.

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9/20/2017 2:32:50 PM


If you want to be up on the latest developments emanating from this blog, be sure to watch the Scripting-News repository. We're using that space more and more.

9/19/2017 4:13:01 PM


Warren Buffet bet on an index fund over a managed fund, and he was right, he's winning the bet. I even understand why, as I've bet the same way more or less. Governments are judged by two prices: gas and stock. If gas is down and stock is up, the president wins re-election. So guess what. Gas stays low and stock goes up. It's like free money, basically. Until there's a war or a bubble burst. But most of the time you just make money with an index fund. Now you have the secret too. 🍎

9/19/2017 4:37:21 PM


If Kim Jong Un is Rocket Man, who's the Madman Across the Water?

9/19/2017 4:56:11 PM


I wondered why people cared about Sean Spicer having his "brand" redeemed by being allowed to make an appearance at the beginning of the Emmy award ceremony on Sunday. I don't think his brand was helped or hurt. I think it's all mixed up with Melissa McCarthy's parody. Spicer will forever be a punchline. Some things probably will never matter. This imho is one of them.

9/19/2017 1:26:59 PM


If you think making others feel your pain is going to ease your pain, you're mistaken, and wasting effort. It just makes them tune you out.

9/19/2017 9:21:55 AM


I listened to five minutes of the president's UN speech, expecting to be horrified, but I thought it was good. But only five minutes.

9/19/2017 9:24:33 AM

39 - Chief of Staff at UN speech

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9/19/2017 2:06:17 PM

40 - We get the big things wrong

During the campaign last year, I pleaded with the press to listen about at least two things.

  • Email is inherently insecure. You're spreading your ideas all over the place when you send an email. Just because the person-to-person channel is guarded, it doesn't prevent the email from being forwarded, saved to disk and transmitted other ways, or through phishing, being stolen as part of a whole mailbox. When you secure email transmission, you're locking a window but all the doors are wide open. It's really just security theater. In other words, someone is taking advantage of your ignorance, and there's one way to fix that -- to stop being ignorant.
  • Trolls. We're being trolled. There's nothing new or novel about this. I know it's hard to not be fascinated, I could tell you stories of years I wasted dealing with trolls, thinking I could win by engaging. You can't. The only way to win is to just turn your back.

But we get the big things wrong. The frustration I feel about us always being late at figuring this stuff out, and digging the hole deeper and deeper, is one that other people who care about science and technology share.

Meanwhile Google is wiping out the history of the web, the few sites that remain from the early days, by doing it in a slow almost invisible way. I guess I have to give up on trying to stop this. I'm going to let them delete my sites over the coming years. I have done make-work for BigCo's in the past, countless times, thinking if I just do what the big company is forcing me to do, it'll all work out. Now I know that isn't true. It doesn't work that way.

We get the big things wrong. Accept it. We take the low road every chance we get. Assume it's being fucked up and be surprised when it's not.

9/19/2017 9:25:44 AM


Good morning Citibike fans! 🚴

9/18/2017 8:52:55 AM


This is where I'm working on the docs for the Public Folder desktop app. It's not going to be an easy thing to set up. But it works. It's a beachhead.

9/18/2017 1:14:56 PM


Speaking of Citibike, they sent an email asking if I'd like to be part of their Bike Angels program. Yes, of course I would. You're basically part a human load-balancer for bike stations. There's an app that shows you which stations need bikes and which have too many. If you move a bike for them, you get reward points. With enough points you can give friends (visiting from out of town for example) free days of Citibike. I'm exactly the kind of person to pitch this to. I'll do anything to get more people on the bike paths in NYC.

9/18/2017 10:57:21 AM


Checking to see if Fargo still works, and it does. I just see a lot of hits on Little Outliner and that gets me thinking. Did something change??

9/18/2017 3:24:33 PM


I wonder if there's a class in high school or college that teaches how to have a respectful conversation. You learn to ask questions and listen instead of assuming you know what the other person is thinking. I say that because I'm pretty sure some people never, in their whole lives, understand why every conversation they have ends up in frustration and anger. Not only would it make the world work better, but I think there would be more happiness.

9/18/2017 9:14:25 AM

46 - Let's actively support bipartisanship

I knew this was coming. I believe Repubs are splitting up now. Maybe one part will be very small, the part that goes with Trump. I think maybe the number of diehard Trump supporters is very small. Where were they all when called to the Mother Of All Rallies this weekend? It was pathetic. Not even a thousand people showed up.

A new middle ground is forming with moderate Repubs and the Democratic voters who don't cast protest votes or stay home on Election Day, who understand that our system depends on compromise, on not getting everything you want because the other guy has to get some too. Obama would fit into this middle party.

Radical change like the failure of the USSR or Trump as POTUS have a way of shaking the order of things. It's like having a death in the family, or some kind of windfall of opportunity. It's a time for change. The assumption that we would change to fascism isn't the only way it can go. It could also turn out that the shakeup breaks the destructive partisanship in DC. Which is why, we as citizens of the US, who have an interest in support from government, also have an interest in bipartisanship.

I also hope it breaks the logjam of the journalism elite, who only listen to each other -- and it shows in their inbred thinking.

9/18/2017 8:54:34 AM


The best standard practice for how to respond to a bot. 🚀

9/17/2017 1:07:23 PM


An idea for Citibike. When you return the bike you get an email. If the bike needs repair, there should be a place on the confirming email where you can report the problem. (Especially if you return the bike one minute after checking it out at the same station.)

9/17/2017 3:42:04 PM

49 - I'm no fan of Facebook, but please...

I can't point to Joan Walsh's rant about Facebook, because she posted it on Facebook, but here's my comment.

  • I'm no fan of Facebook, and I am a fan of Joan, but this is crazy talk. "Allowed" is Repub-like misdirection. Your phone allows you to say and do all kinds of nasty stuff. If you want your platforms to take an interest in the words we use, more than they already do, you're just inviting fascism in here.

I'd add, there are ways to prevent foreign nationals from breaking US laws using Facebook without condemning Facebook's past actions.

PS: Here's a screen shot of her post.

9/17/2017 9:38:10 AM

50 - The <i>publicFolder</i> desktop app takes shape

Here's the screen shot.

Let me explain what's going on there...

That's an Electron shell. The publicFolder package is running inside it. There's a web interface that shows you what's going on.

It's configured to have three concurrent processes, i.e. three simultaneous file uploads or deletions. All other operations are queued up, when a slot becomes available, the first in the queue is removed and processed. First in first out.

At least once a minute publicFolder gathers stats about the local folder and the S3 image. You can see how many files are in each and how much space they use. Obviously the numbers should be identical.

You can see how many uploads and deletions have been done since the app first launched, and how many GB of uploads.

Finally, there's a log of the last 500 operations. So you can scroll through them. The file name is linked to the public version, so you can see what's there (read a page, listen to a song, watch a movie, etc) by clicking the link.

If you want to review the source, here it is.

And here's a place for questions about publicFolder.

9/17/2017 9:32:30 AM

 

 

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