by Jim Marshall
I am offering my Jim
Marshall dye-line print of Janis Joplin for purchase.
This print has never been displayed, having been stored in an
dark, room-temperature storage area. It is full-colored and "perfect."
It is 20" X 24" matted
It is original and is signed.
I am soliciting offers.
I received this print from
Marshall through a mutual friend decades ago. The print arrived
in a sealed large plastic envelope for protection. It has never
been removed from this envelope and was photographed in it. I
matched the color on my new Imac and it is representative. However,
the print focus is sharper than the scan.
The print must be seen to
be fully appreciated.
"Precision Jump for the Grasshopper" a video by
"SpaceX is a privately
owned company making a lot of headway into making travel into
space easier, cheaper, and, honestly, cooler. They have two flights
to the space station under their belts, and have very ambitious
plans for the future.
They're testing a very old
idea with a new type of rocket: a Vertical Takeoff/Vertical Landing
(VTVL) prototype they've nicknamed Grasshopper. It's already undergone
a series of test flights, and the latest, done on June 14, 2013,
reached a height of 325 meters-over a thousand feet.
SpaceX just posted a video
of the flight taken from a remotely-controlled hexacopter. It
will help to set the video to high-definition, make it full screen,
and to turn your volume up for the full effect. . . "
"Solar powered plane on final leg of flight
to NYC" sfgate.com.
"A solar-powered aircraft
lifted off from a suburban Washington airport before dawn Saturday,
embarking on the final leg of a history-making cross-country flight.
The Solar Impulse flew out of Dulles International Airport a little
before 5 a.m. en route to New York City. The flight plan for the
revolutionary plane takes it past the Statue of Liberty before
landing at New York's JFK Airport early Sunday."
"Electric Cars Among Dirtiest Transportation
Options According to Comprehensive Study" theautochannel.com.
"Electric cars lead
to hidden environmental and health damages and are likely more
harmful than gasoline cars and other transportation options according
to a peer-reviewed report published today in IEEE Spectrum. The
report, Unclean at Any Speed, indicates that the recent billions
spent on subsidies for the Tesla, Nissan Leaf, and other electric
cars may actually be doing more harm than good after considering
full electric vehicle lifecycles. It recommends shifting electric
car subsidies toward more robust options backed by research, including
emissions testing, bicycle infrastructure, smog reduction initiatives,
and land-use changes.
The paper's author, Ozzie
Zehner, was once an electric car enthusiast but has since changed
his position. 'Upon closer consideration, moving from petroleum-fueled
vehicles to electric cars starts to appear tantamount to shifting
from one brand of cigarettes to another,' writes Zehner, a visiting
scholar at the University of California Berkeley and the
author of Green Illusions Green Illusions .
His paper identifies how
electric cars merely shift negative impacts from one place to
another: "most electric-car assessments analyze only the
charging of the car. This is an important factor indeed. But a
more rigorous analysis would consider the environmental impacts
over the vehicle's entire life cycle, from its construction through
its operation and on to its eventual retirement at the junkyard."
"Tequila aficionados invited to Claremont
pool party" at napavalleyregister.com.
"On Tuesday, July 9,
The Claremont Hotel Club & Spa is inviting tequila aficionados
to relax poolside while sampling handcrafted Tres Agaves cocktails.
Paired with savory dishes and dessert from Paragon Restaurant
& Bar, this alfresco tasting event will be led by long-time
Club at the Claremont member and president of Tres Agaves Products,
"Berkeley Administrative Review Request"
"This website allows
you to contest one (Berkeley parking) citation at a time.
As part of the review process,
you will be allowed to upload 3 documents to help us in our decision-making
"Berkeley Retail Building Changes Hands"
Nick Bell at costar.com.
"Capitol Pacific Partners
purchased the 9,500-square-foot storefront retail building at
2000 San Pablo Ave. in Berkeley, CA, for $1.95 million, or about
$205 per square foot. "
proposed garden and outdoor
classroom on Eighth Street, immediately opposite us. Eighth Street
is plan right.
"Bastille Day Celebration at UC Berkeley
"The Botanical Garden
at University of California in Berkeley celebrates Bastille Day
during an outdoors festive event where French musicians will be
July 11, 2013, UC Botanical
Garden at Berkeley , 200 Centennial Drive, Berkeley, CA 94720."
Hidden Backbone" Amy Mostafa at dailycal.org.
"I remember studying
in the main lounge of my residence hall last fall when a custodian
came in to vacuum, apologizing for the noise in the process. This
gesture surprised me because 1) I had been worried I was an inconvenience
to him throughout the ordeal, 2) he was only doing his job, and
3) as a child, I was taught to respect my elders, so for someone
older to humble himself before me enough to apologize was new
t didn't take long to realize
where this attitude may have stemmed from, however. The custodial
staff has been slipping in and out of the residence and campus
halls in the early mornings since my freshman year, ungreeted
by most students and made to feel like an inconvenience at best
by those who acknowledged them.
Those are usually the few
students who wake up early enough to have their morning routines
'disrupted' by such work.
Aside from the occasional
reminder from our resident assistant to keep the bathrooms cleaner
or sign a 'thank you' poster, the UC workers who took care of
our most basic needs - who provided us with a clean environment
in which to study and function on a daily basis - remained invisible
throughout my stay in the residence halls. They did not
partake in our hall association meetings, in our socials, or share
our holidays. And at the beginning of the year, when we were introduced
to every resident assistant and resident director in the halls,
the custodial staff remained unmentioned for the most part, the
particular worker assigned to our floor unnamed until the very
end of the year. It was clear there was a division between the
students and hall staff and the custodial staff, a lack of acknowledgement
that was unnecessary and impolite.
This veil was held back .
. . however, as members of the community's custodians, food-service
workers, drivers, groundskeepers and other UC employees who keep
our campus up and running protested on Upper Sproul Plaza regarding
a new pension plan. "
"Major water pipeline project planned for
Berkeley" at mercurynews.com.
"An East Bay Municipal
Utilities District urban pipeline project has moved through the
public comment stage in affected areas in Berkeley, El Cerrito,
San Pablo and Richmond.
The West of Hills Northern Pipelines project includes the construction
of four pipelines that will replace pipelines installed in the
1930s with new pipe that will carry more water in anticipation
of future demand, said EBMUD spokeswoman Andrea Pook."
"3D printing: Second industrial revolution
is under way" newscientist.com.
"In this special report
New Scientist finds out what's next, from printed robots to plans
to bring the technology to the masses."
"The promise of 3D printing has finally
taken off with the development of a drone that takes just a week
to create" at newscientist.com.
"Under darkening skies
on a grass airstrip in the UK's Wiltshire Downs, north of Stonehenge,
I am watching half a dozen aeronautical engineers rushing to assemble
an uncrewed aircraft before the weather takes a turn for the worse.
They are hoping to show how 3D printing will revolutionise the
economics of aircraft design by flying the world's first
fully 'printed' plane."
"Lab Demonstrates 3-D Printing In Glass"
"A team of engineers
and artists working at the University of Washington's Solheim
Rapid Manufacturing Laboratory has developed a way to create glass
objects using a conventional 3-D printer. The technique allows
a new type of material to be used in such devices.
The team's method, which
it named the Vitraglyphic process, is a follow-up to the Solheim
Lab's success last spring printing with ceramics.
'It became clear that if
we could get a material into powder form at about 20 microns we
could print just about anything,' said Mark Ganter, a UW professor
of mechanical engineering and co-director of the Solheim Lab.
(Twenty microns is less than one thousandth of an inch.)
are used as a cheap, fast way to build prototype parts. In a typical
powder-based 3-D printing system, a thin layer of powder is spread
over a platform and software directs an inkjet printer to deposit
droplets of binder solution only where needed. The binder reacts
with the powder to bind the particles together and create a 3-D
Glass powder doesn't readily
absorb liquid, however, so the approach used with ceramic printing
had to be radically altered.
'Using our normal process to print objects produced gelatin-like
parts when we used glass powders,' said mechanical engineering
graduate student Grant Marchelli, who led the experimentation.
'We had to reformulate our approach for both powder and binder.'
By adjusting the ratio of
powder to liquid the team found a way to build solid parts out
of powdered glass purchased from Spectrum Glass in Woodinville,
Wash. Their successful formulation held together and fused when
heated to the required temperature.
Glass is a material that
can be transparent or opaque, but is distinguished as an inorganic
material (one which contains no carbon) that solidifies from a
molten state without the molecules forming an ordered crystalline
structure. Glass molecules remain in a disordered state, so glass
is technically a super-cooled liquid rather than a true solid.
In an instance of new technology
rediscovering and building on the past, Ganter points out that
3-D printed glass bears remarkable similarities to pate de verre,
a technique for creating glassware. In pate de verre, glass powder
is mixed with a binding material such as egg white or enamel,
placed in a mold and fired. The technique dates from early Egyptian
times. With 3-D printing the technique takes on a modern twist.
As with its ceramics 3-D
printing recipe, the Solheim lab is releasing its method of printing
glass for general use.
'By publishing these recipes without proprietary claims, we hope
to encourage further experimentation and innovation within artistic
and design communities,' said Duane Storti, a UW associate professor
of mechanical engineering and co-director of the Solheim Lab.
Artist Meghan Trainor, a
graduate student in the UW's Center for Digital Arts and Experimental
Media working at the Solheim Lab, was the first to use the new
method to produce objects other than test shapes.
'Creating kiln-fired glass objects from digital models gives my
ideas an immediate material permanence, which is a key factor
in my explorations of digital art forms,' Trainor said. 'Moving
from idea to design to printed part in such a short period of
time creates an engaging iterative process where the glass objects
form part of a tactile feedback loop.'
Ronald Rael, an assistant
professor of architecture at the University of California, Berkeley,
has been working with the Solheim Lab to set up his own 3-D printer.
Rael is working on new kinds of ceramic bricks that can be used
for evaporative cooling systems.
'3-D printing in glass has
huge potential for changing the thinking about applications of
glass in architecture,' Rael said. 'Before now, there was no good
method of rapid prototyping in glass, so testing designs is an
expensive, time-consuming process.' Rael adds that 3-D printing
allows one to insert different forms of glass to change the performance
of the material at specific positions as required by the design.
The new method would also
create a way to repurpose used glass for new functions, Ganter
said. He sees recycled glass as a low-cost material that can help
bring 3-D printing within the budget of a broader community of
artists and designers.
The Solheim Rapid Prototyping
Laboratory, on the UW's Seattle campus, specializes in advanced
research and teaching in solid modeling, rapid prototyping, and
innovative 3-D printing systems."
"OpenReflex: A Fully Operational DIY 3D
Printable SLR" at
"The magic of 3D printing
has led to the creation of a few pretty cool DIY projects we've
featured in the past. In the world of cameras, we've seen everything
from lens adapters to flash diffusers make their way into the
real world via the 3D printer and some plastic.
What we had never seen before
now, however, was a fully operational 3D printed SLR camera, but
freshly graduated design student Léo Marius has created
He's calling it the "OpenReflex,"
and it's an open source analog SLR with a mirror viewfinder and
mechanical shutter that you can build entirely on your own. All
of the pieces can be printed on any recent RepRap-like ABS 3D-printer,
after which assembly is fairly straightforward."
"Drones, 3-D Printing, and Our Distorted
Views of New Technologies" Timothy
Reuter at slate.com.
"A new technology is
value neutral, but society responds to the first applications
that get attention-think of nuclear bombs as the first instance
of nuclear technology. Unfortunately, a bad first impression can
make it difficult for new technologies to reach their potential
when it comes to incorporating them into our daily lives. The
excitement around 3-D printing and anxiety around drones are just
the latest examples of the two paths here."
Innovation Quest, Regions Seek Critical Mass" Antonio
"What's the secret to
becoming the next technology hot spot?"
Is becoming a center of the
Second Industrial Revolution in keeping with Berkeley's revolutionary
past? Damn straight it is!
"Tourist Trapped: Musee Mecanique" at sfgate.com.
"If you can manage to
elbow past the throngs of aggressively confused tourists, survive
the blasts of hot, humid food-air emerging from The Rainforest
Cafe, and avoid stepping in a discarded sourdough bread bowl on
the sidewalk, there is a gem to be found hidden in Fisherman's
Wharf. The Musee Mecanique is one of the world's largest collections
of privately owned coin-operated antique arcade machines, and
is a San Francisco Treasure. Originally part of Playland, the
long-gone San Francisco amusement park my nostalgic father still
won't shut up about, the Musee Mecanique then moved to the basement
of the Cliff House, where it lived from 1972 to 2001."
The Berkeley East Bay Humane Society's van was stolen over the weekend presumably from 9th St and Carlton. Some details here on facebook.com
The van is a white '98 Ford Econoline with the Humane Society logo on the sides. California plate 5X48790.
Planning Commission meeting
"West Berkeley Parcels Rezone Council Referral"
the referral and provide staff with input regarding the proposed
rezone and re-designation of parcels in West Berkeley."
The west-Berkeley rezone,
as proposed by the Council, changes the zoning of parcels to what
has been their predominant use for more than a decade. The
parcels have been retail use businesses and the rezone will allow
for that use to continue in a more functional manner.
So, what about a comparison
of West Berkeley to
Game of Thrones?*
*"Game of Thrones is an American epic fantasy
television drama series created for HBO by David Benioff and D.
B. Weiss. It is an adaptation of A Song of Ice and Fire, George
R. R. Martin's series of fantasy novels, the first of which is
titled A Game of Thrones.
The series, set
on the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos at the end of
a decade-long summer, interweaves several plot lines. The first
follows the members of several noble houses in a civil war for
the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms; the second covers the rising
threat of the impending winter and the mythical creatures of the
North; the third chronicles the attempts of the exiled last scion
of the realm's deposed dynasty to reclaim the throne. Through
its morally ambiguous characters, the series explores the issues
of social hierarchy, religion, civil war, crime, and punishment."
Seems that west-Berkeley
is replete with lords, serfs and castles a-plenty.
"City Council moves forward with ASUC-sponsored
redistricting map" at
Potter Creek's "Dynavax
Appoints Natale Ricciardi to Its Board of Directors"
Corporation DVAX -1.85% announced today the appointment of Natale
('Nat') Ricciardi to its Board of Directors. Mr. Ricciardi spent
his entire 39-year biopharmaceutical career at Pfizer Inc, retiring
in 2011 as a member of the Pfizer Executive Leadership Team after
holding the positions of President, Pfizer Global Manufacturing,
and Senior Vice President of Pfizer Inc. In addition to his corporate
leadership role, Nat was directly responsible for all of Pfizer's
internal and external supply organization, a global enterprise
that grew to more than 100 manufacturing facilities supplying
small and large molecule pharmaceuticals, vaccines, consumer,
nutrition and animal health products. "
"Grocery Outlet Helps Fight Hunger with
Third Annual 'Independence from Hunger' Food Drive:July campaign
benefits food banks during a time of great need" digitaljournal.com.
"Hunger is a reality for over 50 million Americans, or one
in seven people living in the United States. To create awareness
of this issue and help their neighbors in need, Grocery Outlet
stores are kicking off of the third annual Independence from Hunger
food drive, a month-long, company-wide campaign. Together Grocery
Outlet and their customers are helping to feed people facing hunger
and dealing with food insecurity."
Formerly in front of west-Berkeley's
Spenger's, AP reports "Section
of USS Indiana moving to Indiana University's Memorial Stadium.
"A prominent part of the World War II battleship USS Indiana
will become part of a permanent display at Indiana University's
Memorial Stadium. "
"July is 'Parks Make Life Better' Month!" at cityofberkeley.info.
"The Parks, Recreation
and Waterfront Department is sponsoring a community volunteer
opportunity for our 'Parks Make Life Better' event to be
held in parks in South Berkeley on Saturday, July 20, 2013.
There are opportunities for volunteers to work with the City's
parks maintenance staff to plant trees and spruce up parks south
of University Avenue and west of Telegraph Avenue."
" 'Super Cinema' Film Series at Central
"Summer's here and the
Berkeley Public Library's film series 'Super Cinema' continues,
starting July 5. Each month we explore a different theme
or genre on Friday afternoons at 3 p.m. at the Central Library,
2090 Kittredge (at Shattuck), in the 3rd floor Community
July's theme is Resisting
"UC Berkeley Statistics Class: Deepak Kumar's
Introductory Probability and Statistics for Business" free at youtube.com.
"UC Berkeley begins construction on new
child care center" Simon
Greenhill at dailycal.org.
"Construction of a new
ecologically friendly UC Berkeley early-childhood education center
has begun on Dwight Way, with hopes of earning a Silver LEED certification
from the U.S. Green Building Council.
The center is being built
in an effort to replace an existing center at Girton Hall, which
is slated to be taken over by the Haas School of Business for
its own expansion. With a total estimated cost of $4.2 million,
the center was designed to use recycled materials and avoid chemical
contamination during construction.
The new center is designed to serve 40 preschool children and
10 staff members and will include four program rooms as well as
an outdoor play area, totaling 6,500 square feet. It will also
use high-efficiency appliances, such as low-flow sinks and fountains."
"Berkeley Plugged into Nation's Largest
Public Green Energy Coop"
"The City of Berkeley
and UC Berkeley have joined with 17 other public agencies to form
the 'nation's largest collaborative procurement of renewable energy
for public agencies.' They plan solar panels on rooftops, fuel
cells and solar thermal power."
"Out, Damned Spot:Mandates on parking spaces
are strangling America's cities"
Matthew Yglesias at slate.com.
"The Chicago Architecture
Foundation offers a boat tour of the city's architectural highlights
that made for a delightful way to pass the afternoon on the Fourth
of July. One of the more interesting aspects of the tour, strangely
enough, is in revealing how recent skyscrapers by the Chicago
River deal with their parking needs. The famous Marina Towers
flaunt their 19 floors of parking by leaving the cars exposed
to full view from the streets. Many structures simply feature
a flat, windowless parking pedestal, atop which an elegant structure
is perched. But the tour leader also pointed out a more original
configuration for residential structures: The parking pedestal
is wrapped with pseudo-townhouses, and then an apartment tower
is stacked atop it.
But why so much parking smack-dab
in the middle of Chicago's Loop, a walkable area that's well-served
by heavy-rail transit and many buses? The culprit is a regulatory
scourge so ubiquitous as to be nearly invisible: regulatory parking
mandates that tax the poor to subsidize the rich while damaging
the environment and the broader economy."
Charlie Rose explores the
original thinking, and more, of light-artist James Turrell : begining
at 28-plus minutes into
Images of Turrell's light-art
must by explored
Some of the images
are slide-shows. Find one and treat yourself.
And you can learn much about Turrell
"Turrell is best known
for his work in progress, Roden Crater, a natural cinder cone
crater located outside Flagstaff, Arizona that he is turning into
a massive naked-eye observatory."
for the nineteen Arizona
Firefighters killed in the line of duty
"Arizona firefighters remembered at memorial
service" at cbsnews.com.
"In Arizona on Tuesday,
they said goodbye to 19 heroes -- firefighters who put their lives
on the line to protect their neighbors.
Firefighters from just down
the road, and as far away as Canada, came to honor the 19 Granite
Mountain Hot Shots -- their empty fire gear a reminder of their
cactus flowers blooming
on a grey Potter Creek morning
"The Minion Banana Song in 3D" a video at youtube.com.
"Although the ingredients
of the BLT have existed for many years, there is little evidence
of BLT sandwich recipes prior to 1900. In the 1903 Good Housekeeping
Everyday Cook Book, a recipe for a club sandwich included bacon,
lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise and a slice of turkey sandwiched between
two slices of bread.]Whilst the 1929 book Seven Hundred Sandwiches
does include a section on bacon sandwiches, the recipes often
include pickles and none contain tomato.
The BLT became popular after World War II because of the rapid
expansion of supermarkets, which allowed ingredients to be available
"USITT to Offer One-Day Training at Meyer
Sound Laboratories" at
"Unites States Institute
for Theatre Technology's next USITT Presents one-day training
will be on Friday, Aug. 16, at Meyer Sound Laboratories in Berkeley,
Meyer Sound Instructor Mauricio
Ramirez will lead the daylong session on System Design Principles.
The session will provide a broad overview of essential principles
of design and measurement of complex sound reinforcement systems,
and includes hands-on experience with Meyer Sound MAPP Online
and the SIM 3 audio analyzer, among other tools.
Participants should bring
their own Internet-ready laptop computer.
USITT Presents is a series
of hands-on workshops with industry leaders across the country,
deeply discounted as a member benefit. Meyer Sound kicked off
the series in February with a mixing class in Nashville that drew
"Summer Programs at the Lawrence Hall of
ScienceEngage and Develope Young Makers" at wsj.com.
"Maker Corp Members
join the Hall to create and facilitate engineering design activities
for the Design Quest Exhibit's Ingenuity Studio.
As a host site for the 2013
Maker Corps program, the Lawrence Hall of science is pleased to
welcome four Maker Corps members to the Hall. Cassandra Stephens,
Rebecca Abeles, Jason Chilbert, and William Juang, will be co-creating,
pilot testing, and facilitating Maker type activities for the
Design Quest exhibit's Ingenuity Studio."
"Art and Design" extension.berkeley.edu.
"UC Berkeley Extension
has the courses you need to sharpen your professional skills and
develop in all aspects of art and design. Learn the latest techniques
in graphic design. Or take a studio class in drawing, painting,
printmaking or photography. Focus on landscape architecture, interior
design or visual arts, and earn a certificate from a program that
professionals recognize for quality. "
Corporation . . . the appointment of Dr. Robert Janssen, M.D.
as Chief Medical Officer and Vice President, Clinical Development"
"Dr. Janssen most recently
served as Dynavax's Vice President, Medical Affairs since November
2012 and was previously Senior Director, Clinical Development
at Dynavax from 2010 through 2012, during which time he was extensively
involved with Phase 3 clinical development of HEPLISAV(TM) and
its US and European licensing applications."
"3D Printing: What structural weaknesses
come with 3d printed metal?" quora.com.
"Joris Peels, 3D printing
community manager 'Depends there are many different metal 3D printing
processes and all have different characteristics.
Typically though metal 3D
printed parts are less dense than parts made by CNC machining
or other means.' "
"3D PrintingTechnical Papers:Worst-Case
Structural Analysis" at
"As 3D printing becomes increasingly accessible, wider groups
of users are able to design and manufacture custom products. This
paper proposes a novel technique for detecting structural weakness
for 3D printing. The technique does not require specification
of loads common in structural analysis and can discover worst-case
loading scenarios automatically."
"3D Printing Events Connect, participate
and learn about FDM and PolyJet technologies" stratasys.com.
"Whether you want to
see 3D printing in action for the first time or share your success
with an advanced application, the best way to experience this
technology is in person. In the company of engineers, designers
and 3D printing experts around the globe, you'll find out how
to make the most of additive manufacturing in your organization.
"Inside 3D Printing:Conference & Expo
has rapidly become 'the' B2B tradeshow for the 3D printing industry" mediabistro.com.
The recent New York City
conference attracted more than 3,000 attendees and had many significant
3D printing organizations exhibiting including 3D Systems, MakerBot,
and Stratasys. The summer edition, programmed by Hod Lipson, takes
place in Chicago. The program is geared to provide attendees with
a strong foundation and understanding of where the 3D printing
industry is today and what business opportunities are on the horizon.
In addition to the two-days of tutorials and seminar sessions,
attendees will find an exhibition hall packed with the latest
3D printers and services. Be a part of this cutting-edge event! "
" ' MAKE' Visits the Inaugural Inside 3D
Printing Conference & Expo" makezine.com.
"Nick Normal and I attended the first Inside 3D Printing
Conference & Expo at the Javits Center in New York City earlier
Although the event had a
relatively small footprint, it was packed. I estimate about 750
attendees in the keynote each morning, and the conference boasted
3,000 total attendees (which may include those folks just coming
for networking/visiting the expo hall). During a show of hands
in Terry Wohlers' keynote, about 1/3 of the audience was totally
new to 3D printing. And based on how crowded the exhibit hall
was-every time I approached it, I saw a wall of people-there was
a lot of interest in just watching the machines running."
"Orange County Choppers Supercharged by
Stratasys" by Brooke
Kaelin at 3dprinter-world.com.
"The guys over at Orange
County Choppers have gotten their hands on a Stratasys Fortus
400mc 3D printer and they're using it to print parts for their
custom designed bikes.
One of their clients requested
a dragon, so the guys got to work and turned out a fierce golden
dragon themed bike, complete with a 3D printed head.
OCC printed the head in one big piece using their Fortus and then
mounted it to the top of the bike. The rest of the design was
created using their traditional methods, a process that involves
cutting pieces out of high density foam. By using their 3D printer
they were able to add a level of scope and detail to the dragon's
head that wouldn't have been possible otherwise."
"3-D Printing, a third-world dimension:A
new manufacturing technique could help poor countries as well
as rich ones"
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