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Great article on issues with what Nilay said in "The Mobile web sucks" article recently.
Verging on the ridiculous.
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Are you a driver who hates cyclists or a cyclist who hates drivers? Just stop being a wanker!
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I'm a pedestrian who hates drivers, especially when commuting in the evening. So many people decide it's OK to run red lights when the pedestrian crossing is green.
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Jesse Day is known in Korea for his ability to handle spice. Here are a few of his best tips.
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View on your phone or tablet for a more intuitive way to look around.
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chrome.sidebar - New Chrome API Proposal
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chrome.sidebar - New Chrome API Proposalchrome.sidebar - New Chrome API Proposal Proposal doc via API Proposals page. Proposal Date February 3, 2015 Who are the primary Eng and PM contacts for this API? Eng: Benjamin Kalman - kalman@chromium.org Ben McCann (Co-founder @ Connectifier, ex-Googler) - benjamin.j.mccann@gmail.com What are t
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I don't mind opening a whole tab dedicated to those particular examples currently. I'm concerned about UI clutter and hurting launch time even more.
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It would probably be better for everyone (except France) for Google to just leave the country and no longer serve their search engine there. The article put it very nicely: the internet would only be as free as the world's least free place.
Google is pushing back against a request to expand the scope of Europe's "right to be forgotten" law. Last year, the European Union Court of Justice ruled that citizens of its member states could...
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I am waiting for Google to be so bold and call France on their BS. 
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The funny thing with removing the interstitial is that users can get to the content without being reminded (too much) that the content is on Google+. I have to wonder how much of these numbers reflect interstitials directly, versus the general unpopularity of Google+?
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Finally got around to putting up a projects page on my site.
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Software Development Engineer
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  • Amazon
    Software Development Engineer, 2013 - present
  • ACT Government
    Senior ASP.NET Developer, 2012 - 2013
  • F1 Solutions
    .NET Software Developer, 2010 - 2012
  • CEA Technologies
    Software Engineer, 2009 - 2010
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Passionate software engineer and blogger
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I make software for a living and I love it. Some topics I'm particularly interested in are making delightful user experiences, achieving great performance and creating a semantic and accessible web. I speak a little Japanese, a little Korean and a bunch of programming languages.

I work at Amazon on the Silk Browser and write about my craft on my personal blog (www.growingwiththeweb.com)
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