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Articles for science lovers shortened to five bullet points.

Bullets.tech is a place where we publish summaries of articles for science enthusiasts. Summaries have up to 5 bullet points and their task is to list the most important issues raised in a given article. 

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Nat Torkington has been active in web development since the early days of the web. He wrote the bestselling Perl Cookbook, and chaired conferences for O'Reilly Media for a decade. During his time at O'Reilly Media, Nat was an editor and then became a trend-spotter for the O'Reilly Radar group, identifying the topics to build events and books around.
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Bullets.tech takes important technical news stories and reduces them to a few salient bullet points that provide a really (really!) good overview of the story; it's very similar to what I try to do here on Boing Boing: extract the salient points from a study or news story, summarize them and add context from other...
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