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mongo vs couchDB vs redis vs “insert your favorite nosql here”. Which one? Why? GO!

In case it' matters, most likely building an app using node and using AWS.
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It wasn't too bad, from what I remember (< 5ms maybe? we're not using ec2 for anything at this point), as long as you're within the same region, but like they say, there's no place like 127.0.0.1.
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If you're going to +HTML5DevConf be sure to check out my talk!
 
Freeing the Floats of the Future From the Tyranny of the Rectangle by +Bem Jones-Bey by +Adobe at next +HTML5DevConf Oct 20,21 http://bit.ly/1l5bCQb
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Not sure. I'll definitely post if it will.
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This makes me so angry.

Process 48513 stopped
* thread #1: tid = 0x374368, 0x00000001196fc116 WebCore`WebCore::RasterShapeIntervals::computeShapeMarginIntervals(this=0x00007f81b154a990, shapeMargin=20) const + 1222 at RasterShape.cpp:97, queue = 'com.apple.main-thread', stop reason = step over
    frame #0: 0x00000001196fc116 WebCore`WebCore::RasterShapeIntervals::computeShapeMarginIntervals(this=0x00007f81b154a990, shapeMargin=20) const + 1222 at RasterShape.cpp:97
   94              result->intervalAt(marginY).unite(marginIntervalGenerator.intervalAt(marginY));
   95          }
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> 97          result>intervalAt(y).unite(marginIntervalGenerator.intervalAt(y));
   98  
   99          for (int marginY = y + 1; marginY < marginY1; ++marginY) {
   100            if (marginY < bounds().maxY() && intervalAt(marginY).contains(intervalAtY))
(lldb) p result->intervalAt(y)
error: call to a function 'std::__1::unique_ptr<WebCore::RasterShapeIntervals, std::__1::default_delete<WebCore::RasterShapeIntervals> >::operator->() const' ('_ZNKSt3__110unique_ptrIN7WebCore20RasterShapeIntervalsENS_14default_deleteIS2_EEEptEv') that is not present in the target
error: The expression could not be prepared to run in the target

SRSLY?
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+Jose Chung thanks for the link to the explanation. For some reason, it doesn't make me less upset about the situation. It's still insanely obnoxious.
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This sure looks like progress.
Software patents aren't dead, but they just took a blow. In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court has ruled that a series of banking patents didn't cover a concrete software process but an...
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I suspect I just had at least one patent invalidated. I'm not crying. ;)
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Well, HP's moonshot is interesting, I must say. Let's see if they can pull it off. 
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A few pictures from this morning's run. A run in which I realized that I shouldn't call it trail running, I should call it trail playing. Because it has much more in common with what my kids do when out on the trails than what most people think of when they think of the word "running".
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+Lea Kissner The mountain lions just want to be left alone. They're not hunting people. I've come across one once, and I only saw it for a few moments before it took off into the brush. (They tell you to put your arms up because the bigger you look, the more scary you are)
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While I'm sharing things, CSS Shapes is now available in Chrome, Opera, and Safari! While the blog post only mentions Safari on iOS, I just got the Safari 7.1 update to Mavericks, so it's available now on OS X, too!
The last few weeks have been exciting for CSS Shapes. At the end of August, Shapes shipped in Chrome 37. Then in early September, Opera 24 also shipped with support for Shapes. And now, iOS 8 just launched with Shapes support in Safari! Also, support for OS X versions of Safari will be coming ...
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CSS Shapes has shipped in Chrome 37! Check out this post by +Zoltan Horvath for more info!
Support for CSS Shapes is now available in the latest Google Chrome 37 release. chromelogo. What can I do with CSS Shapes? CSS Shapes lets you think out of the box! It gives you the ability to wrap content outside any shape. Shapes can be defined by geometric shapes, images, and even gradients.
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Pretty cool man!
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Fading effects are quite common on the Web today. They are used to display or hide an HTML element or to change an element into another element, gradually. Fading transitions are pixel-by-pixel blends between an HTML element (the source element) and either the element behind it or the color in ...
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His comics about running are inspired.
This is a comic from my upcoming book about running. Comics: Random Most Popular All Cats Grammar Food Animals Tech · Take me to a random comic · Popular comics · All comics. Tweet. More comics. The terrible and wonderful reasons why I run long distances · I believe in The Blerch shirts ...
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What have those of us on the +Adobe Web Platform team been up to lately? +Alan Stearns has written up a great summary.
My team at Adobe exists to enhance the web platform. Adobe believes the web will become the ultimate platform for creative expression. We're doing what we can to move the web towards that end. This takes several forms, including contributing open source code, contributing to web standards, ...
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It's games like this that make me want to buy a PS4.
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