As usual – talk about whatever you like as long as it’s related to movies, TV or Screen Rant itself – just remember to play nice.
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OpenSFS Announces First Annual Lustre Report
Open Scalable File Systems , the premier non-profit organization advancing and coordinating the Lustre® file system community, is releasing its inaugural Lustre Annual Report. The report is being presented ...
When Should We Go Open Source?
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Developer: York movie theater to open in 9 to 12 months
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Thunderbolt will open in May at Coney Island
Soon Coney Island will have a new roller coaster besides the world famous Cyclone. But this new roller coaster, the Thunderbolt, will include a loop, and will open to riders on May 22, 2014. The Thunderbolt will be one hundred twenty five feet tall and it ...
Hotel room prices at a premium for US Open
Two of the largest golf tournaments in the world will come to Pinehurst in June, packing hotels in the surrounding area and causing room rates to skyrocket. High hotel traffic and costs will spill beyond the golf resort into nearby Fayetteville as more ...
Mustang ranch open to public this month
POINT PLEASANT — Eight months after they finished repairing superstorm Sandy damage, members of the Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang with a public display of the classic American sports cars.
Open Streets: pedestrian Sunday on Bloor off to a plodding start
Toronto is looking at closing Bloor St. to cars for one Sunday morning this summer in a pilot project patterned after Open Streets events held in New York, Mexico City and other cities. The idea is to boldly transform the street into a linear park and let ...