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    frameworks and apache question

    No, you can use Angular (and similar JS MVC frameworks such as Backbone and Ember) to build pretty complex applications. You can find some applications built with Angular here: https://builtwith.angularjs.org/ If you browse the examples, you'll find several apps where SEO makes sense.
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    frameworks and apache question

    I really like AngularJS, particularly the data-binding and directives features. However, as you mention, search engine indexing is a problem. It seems that, as of right now, the best solution is to use a third-party service as prerender.io if you don't want to roll your own solution with...
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    Just replaced my keyboad...

    Hi MorgUK, can you please share the brand and model of that keyboard? I'm thinking of buying a new one (mine is almost like the OP's) and that one looks great. Thanks!
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    Favorite Browser

    Firefox with the extensions No Script, Bluhell Firewall, Disconnect, VimFx and FireBug. There was a time when Chrome was a lot faster than Firefox, but Mozilla has done a great job in improving Firefox's performance. Right now, at least with my setup, Firefox is faster and less resource-hungry...
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    Which php framework to start with ?

    Hi there, I've never used .net framework, so I don't know if this is similar or not, but the php framework that seems to be the most popular and highly praised right now is Laravel (http://laravel.com/). Cheers.
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    What do you use to backup your comuter

    With backups you can never be too safe, so I always aim for multiple points of failure (at least three): one local backup on an external hard drive, and two more backups on cloud services (Dropbox and Google Drive). Fortunately, I've never lost a backup, but it's always better to be safe than...
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    Creating a forum; What software?

    The open-source Discourse (https://github.com/discourse/discourse) might also be a good option. It's used in several major sites, such as Boing Boing or How-to Geek. Potential drawbacks include the fact that Discourse is based on Ruby on Rails and only supports modern browsers.
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