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Andrew Eikum
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First half trance, second half wub-wub-dubstep, all awesome.

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Weather Underground redid their website and I think it's really nice. I especially like the forecast graph.

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I think the whole Bitcoin experiment can be best summed up as "thousands of Internet Libertarians suddenly learning the value of regulation."

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A really good article about the improvements made in low-income countries over the past 30 years, and how foreign aid has contributed massively to those improvements.

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Strong Bad aims the barrel of his sawed-off journalism shotgun at his toughest interviewee yet... himslef.

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Hahaha, this past March, someone took a video of themselves playing the first five levels of my 2006 PSP homebrew game DYOX. Fun to see this pop up again :-)

The lasers don't show correctly because they turned on/off every other frame, and this video skips mostly every other frame. So they appear always on or always off in this video.

Level 3 sucked :-P

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Really well written article analyzing password security from the Adobe password leak last month.

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Never trust the police or give them more information or access than you are legally required to.

Consenting to a car search during a road stop led to this man being anally raped (yep) by police and doctors 6 (yep) times.

It'll be interesting to see what justification is used to avoid punishing the cops in this case. Maybe the cops will even get a $38,000 reward like Lt Pike did for macing college students sitting on the ground.

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Awesome! New York City voted to raise the minimum age to buy cigarettes to 21. I also approve of everything else on the list in the article.

What I really want, though, is a ban on smoking in any public place, especially including outdoors. Enforcement would be hard, but a man can dream.

Being more realistic, law changes like the increase in purchasing age will probably be more effective in the real world, anyway.

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One of the nine people tasked with deciding the most difficult law questions of our time.

"Why the Devil Quit Bothering Pigs, According to Justice Scalia" http://feedly.com/k/199D1FE
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