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New underwater discoveries in Greece reveal ancient Roman engineering

Yesterday at 13:00 PM, via The Guardian

Underwater excavations at Lechaion, the ancient harbour of Corinth, provide insight into engineering by the Roman Empire

New archaeological excavations at the ancient port of Corinth have uncovered evidence of large-scale Roman engineering. Named Lechaion, the port was one of a pair that connected the city of ancient Corinth to Mediterranean trade networks. Lechaion is located on the Gulf of...

CACH helps matrics with university placements

Yesterday at 12:37 PM, via ITWeb

The Central Applications Clearing House (http://cach.dhet.gov.za/Applicant/UsingCACH) (CACH) online application service for matriculants who struggled to secure a place at a…

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Has Critics In Raptures

Yesterday at 12:00 PM, via Slashdot

gollum123 shares a report from BBC: “Rousing.” “Thrilling.” “Addictively bold.” Just a few of the superlatives the critics are using to describe the latest film in the Star Wars saga. The Last Jedi, writes the Telegraph, is “enormous fun” and “will leave fans beaming with surprise.” The Guardian calls it “an explosive sugar rush of spectacle” possessing “a tidal wave of energy and emotion.”...

2018: The year of data regulation

Yesterday at 10:44 AM, via ITWeb

Christo van Staden, Regional Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa, Forcepoint. The digital world is your o…

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