Chocolatey Software Blog | Chocolatey CLI Not Affected By

In light of the recent CVE raised against 7-Zip, we wanted to provide reassurance to our customers and community. The CVE confirms that it covers all versions up to and including 21.07, the version that is used in Chocolatey CLI.

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The Checkup: What minimally conscious brains can do

I’d come across a new study suggesting that people in a minimally conscious state can learn a rudimentary form of language, or at least a string of previously unknown syllables.It sounded fascinating, so I called up John Whyte, who has

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Intel Core i9-13900K Raptor Lake CPU Pre-Launch Review Shows

Intel’s Core i9-13900K won’t be launching till next month but Enthusiast Citizen has managed to post a full review of the flagship Raptor Lake CPU.

Intel Core i9-13900K Raptor Lake CPU Review Shows Big Gains In Multi-Threading, Decent Gains In

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Friday Fragments | Confessions of a Community College Dean

It’s college ranking season again. It’s the time of year when I manage to believe two things at once: the U.S. News rankings are ridiculous, and Williams beating Amherst is right and proper.

Tim Burke’s reflections on college rankings are

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An Optimal Wagner-Fischer Algorithm For Approximate Strings

The Levenshtein distance is an efficient metric widely applied to evaluate the similarity between literal strings and other 1D sets. In this article, the optimal Wagner-Fischer algorithm for the Levenshtein distance computation and its implementation, are thoroughly discussed, by an … Read More