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For new and experienced photography enthusiasts looking to buy a new camera or upgrade their lens collections. It covers everything from no-hassle point-and-shoots to advanced mirrorless system cameras to pro-level DSLRs, and other gear to match.
For enthusiasts and scholars of mythology.
For legal professionals, students and others with experience or interest in law
For the "open science" movement to make scientific research, data and dissemination accessible to all.
For white hat hackers interested in analysis of malicious code (rootkits, exploits, viruses), botnets/clones, kernel and code hacking, hack challenges, offensive hacking techniques in a legitimate scenarios (as opposed to defensive Security ...
For people organizing, marketing or licensing open source development projects.
For argumentation, logic problems, theoretical experiments, riddles
For people seeking specific hardware recommendations, either for home or office.
For developers and users of elementary OS and applications.
For most of the time when it comes to contribute in opensource project or to edit others code, most of the time newcomers [or even sometimes pro coder] failed to understand where to start or edit. This site will help them to take help and understand.
For researchers and developers who want a serious and high-level answer on specialized topics on compiler architecture, e.g. parsing, type checking, intermediate code, optimizations, architecture specific optimizations and others.
For proposed Q&A site for frank and clinical information on human sexuality.
For all hobbyists interested in RC/scale modeling, from static display to operational models. This includes design, construction, diorama, painting and finishing and display aspects, as well as operation and setup techniques of working models.
For professionals, academics, and enthusiasts who apply game mechanics in non-game contexts. This includes applications for enterprises, consumers, social good, and personal improvement.
For this site is for individuals who are interested in matters of etiquette within their proper contexts, including but not limited to: religious, cultural, dining, and the reasons therefor.
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