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Borland Software Corporation is a software company first headquartered in Scotts Valley, California, then in Cupertino, California, and finally in Austin, Texas. It is now a Micro Focus subsidiary. It was founded in 1983 by Niels Jensen, Ole Henriksen, Mogens Glad and Philippe Kahn.

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Shock Of Daylight - Track Listing
... All lyrics written by Adrian Borland ... "Golden Soldiers" Borland, Colvin Mayers 315 2 ... "Longest Days" Borland, Mayers, Graham Bailey, Michael Dudley 507 3 ...
Lie (song) - Song Information
... first full Black Light Burns song Wes Borland had shown to the public ... available on the band's MySpace page, but on March 29, 2007, Borland put up the full version of Lie, after responding to some controversial remarks from the ... guitar solo at the end, something missing from Borland's previous works ...
Borland Amendment
... Borland (D) of Missouri, the Borland Amendment allocated funds for the paving of roads in the District of Columbia ...
Propaganda (The Sound Album) - Legacy
... Shortly before Adrian Borland's death, The Sound's back catalog was remastered and reissued by Renascent Records, a label which was originally founded to perform solely that task ... In June 2006, members of notable British bands held a concert called "The Sound of Adrian Borland" various guest singers who had been close friends with Borland (such as Mark Burgess of The Chameleons) filled ... A biography of Adrian Borland, titled Book of (Happy) Memories, was published ...
Products - Old Software, No Longer Actively Sold By Borland
... Programming tools Borland C++ Borland Delphi Brief (text editor) C++Builder C++BuilderX C#Builder CodeWright Entera (Acquired from OEC) IntraBuilder JBuilder Kylix ObjectVision Turbo Assembler Turbo ...

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    Some people are like ants. Give them a warm day and a piece of ground and they start digging. There the similarity ends. Ants keep on digging. Most people don’t. They establish contact with the soil, absorb so much vernal vigor that they can’t stay in one place, and desert the fork or spade to see how the rhubarb is coming and whether the asparagus is yet in sight.
    —Hal Borland (1900–1978)