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  • But like a great, hilariously-ironic DRM Ouroborus, the company claims that Warner began using the system throughout Europe in 2004 but hasn't actually paid a dime for it.

    Irony Overload: WB Pirates Antipirate Tech

  • December 15, 2009 1: 52 AM in reply to The Ouroborus

    Rahm To Reid: Give Lieberman What He Wants

  • December 15, 2009 1: 41 AM in reply to The Ouroborus

    Rahm To Reid: Give Lieberman What He Wants

  • So if you're the lazy sort, then the Ouroborus Domino structure is for you.

  • The ouroborand molecule and its namesake, the Ouroborus

    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

  • Ouroborus. how do you get a C++ compiler working on a platform that doesn't have one

    "MAIN" via Steve in Google Reader

  • The theme of futility/stasis also winds around the harmony vocals and discrete keys of the mid-tempo "The Ouroborus," which is the name for the symbol of a snake eating its tail (always a brainy, wordy lyricist, Jamison is the rare songwriter capable of using a term such as "peristalsis" and making it work).

    Baltimore City Paper

  • More particularly, the Ouroborus can be seen not as eating its tail, but rather disgorging itself into existence: the mouth is spewing forth the tail, the whole body.

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  • In short, I think that as usual the ancients - whoever it was that first devised the Ouroborus symbolism - were onto something here; instead of positing an original substrate, or even an original chaos out of which order (or even matter) emerged, they shifted the question entirely.

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  • As I was ruminating over this question of "First Cause", I started reading, by chance, about the Ouroborus, the serpent, snake, or dragon that is depicted biting its own tail.

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