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Day 1 closes. Day 2 will be better.

By Colin Donohue

Day 2 will be better. Because it has to be.

I don’t typically post about sessions on this blog. I leave that to the students, whose impressions of the conference are more important than mine. 302 more words


Teutons Accused of Using Bots

COSY, Battle Arena – After an AUSIA practice battle with the ACP, the Light Troops have accused Teutons and their leader Earthing of using bots in order to boost their sizes and take advantage of the top ten system here at CP Army Central. 568 more words

Hacking/Defacing/Bot Use

[UK] Light Troops vs Dorito Army [Results]

Today is Monday October 27th, 2014. We the Light Troops logged in for a practice battle against the Dorito Army. We maxed sizes of 35 and crunched the Doritos. 56 more words

Light Troop

California Researchers Find New Tool Against the Asian Citrus Psyllid

The Asian citrus psyllid (Diaphorina citri), or ACP for short, is an invasive insect that threatens the citrus industry because of a deadly disease — known as huanglongbing, or citrus greening disease — that it spreads to citrus trees. 428 more words

Entomology News

Reversing Desertification: EU, FAO and ACP’s 41 million Euro venture

The European Union (EU), along with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) as well as the African, Caribbean and Pacific group of states (ACP) have launched a 4-5 year €41 million campaign to restore the deteriorated environment. 363 more words

State Of Affairs