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4785 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
Pisarski Mariusz 13.10.2016
Stefans Kim Brian 13.10.2016
Memmott Talan 13.10.2016
Heldén Johannes 13.10.2016
Gendolla Peter 13.10.2016


322 records
Title Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updatedsort descending
Deva 1998 08.12.2015
Tiddlywiki Jeremy Ruston 2004 17.12.2015
MySocialBook My Social Book, HK 2011 18.12.2015
AutoCAD Autodesk 1982 28.12.2015
QuickenLoans 1985 31.12.2015


675 records
Name Event Date City Country Updatedsort descending
ACM Creativity & Cognition 2011, Atlanta, Georgia 03.11.2011 Atlanta United States 30.11.2016
FILE São Paulo 1a Edição 01.07.2000 São Paulo Brazil 30.11.2016
Radio Copernicus: Talking Back to Radio 06.12.2005 Wrocław Poland 30.11.2016
Incubation2 : The 2nd trAce International Conference on Writing and the Internet 15.07.2002 Nottingham United Kingdom 30.11.2016
ACM Hypertext 1991 01.01.1991 San Antonio United States 30.11.2016

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