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Daniel Lamb
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Finally, I can get StarWars in digital form! Downloading A New Hope right now, just wish it was the original untainted version.
Star Wars: The Digital Movie Collection for the first time ever on digital HD, with new bonus extras. Get it now.
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For those of you who own a legal copy of the movies already, search the Web for Harmy's Star Wars Despecialized Editions. These are fanedits built from the original theatrical film and other sources, all cleaned up, upscaled and color-corrected to match the original release, with the original music too. You can thank me later. ;)

Here are some sceencaps comparing the special edition with Harmy's version: https://plus.google.com/photos/109609428403596349302/album/5932164278535972945?sview=7
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Wow 65% of the power for the Stanford campus will be from renewable sources by next year. Well done! That will eliminate 150,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year. That's huge, like convincing 32,000 people never to drive again. Hopefully, their innovative approach will be an inspiration to other universities.
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+Ken Biggs ha that'd be great! :)
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lol perhaps Bill Gates should stick to counting his billions ;-)
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+b wilson NT was the "business-grade" line of OSs. Started with Windows NT 3, released around the same time as Windows 3. NT was available in both Server and Workstation variants. The NT line also supported a variety of architectures (think x86 vs DEC Alpha vs at least one other that I can't remember off the top of my head). Next was 3.5 (then 3.51), around the time of Windows 3.1. Next was 4, around the same time as Windows 95 (and sharing the same basic UI, but with a very different kernel). NT 4 also saw support for Alpha architectures being dropped with the release of one of its service packs, if I'm not mistaken (probably am, might have been 2000. My memory isn't what it once was). ME and 2000 came out around the same time, with 2000 introducing Active Directory. There was no NT release to coincide with 95 OSR2, 98, or 98SE. XP was where Windows finally reintroduced a harmonised kernel between the consumer- and business-grade client OSs. Essentially, it was a combination of the prettiness of the consumer-grade ME with the flexibility, stability and power of the business-grade NT line (2000 was NT5 in all but display name and marketing). It also introduced the concept of multiple "levels" of the same OS (Home vs Professional vs Media Centre), which has since grown to what (in my opinion) constitutes an excessive number of levels (probably with the sole intention of raking in even more money). Haven't really looked into 10 much yet, so not sure if they've got themselves back to a sensible number of levels yet. Another of the main distinctions between them was that domain-based networking (I.e. not workgroups) was exclusive to the NT line during its life, and is present in all Windows versions since (albeit with artificial restrictions depending on which "level" you purchase).
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How about this for a hyphen-case to camelCase converter

'wow-just-seventy-seven-bytes'.replace(/-(.)/g,function(a,b){return b.toUpperCase()})
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Want to try programming with photons? The University of Bristol is offering access to a quantum processor! They also provide a simulator and step-by-step guide with example quantum physics experiments.

http://www.bristol.ac.uk/physics/research/quantum/qcloud
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CAN I ACCESS THE TIME SHARE TO RUN AN EXPERIMENT? SHOULD I? OH WAIT, MY ONLY LAPTOP JUST BROKE DOWN BECAUSE OF ANONYMOUS INTERNET TROLLS AND I CAN'T RUN ANY EXPERIMENTS AFTER ALL EVEN THOUGH I AM A PARTIALLY-QUALIFIED COMPUTER SCIENTIST.
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Such a great idea... wish the laser had more juice. BoXZY is a rapid-change Mill, Laser Engraver, and 3D Printer all-in-one.
Justin and Joel Johnson is raising funds for BoXZY Rapid-Change FabLab: Mill, Laser Engraver, 3D Printer on Kickstarter! Rapidly transforms into 3 kinds of machines: CNC Mill, 3D Printer & Laser Engraver while enhancing precision & power with ballscrews
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This one made to my wish list!
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Anyone know of a React + Bootstrap project where you can build up bootstrap compatible HTML using React components? I played with creating a proof-of-concept in my isomorphic React.Net seed project, and really liked it. I'd love to know if there is any high-quality work being done on something like this.

var Panel = React.createClass({
render() {
return (
<div className="panel panel-default">
<PanelHeading>
{this.props.title}
</PanelHeading>
<PanelBody>
<strong>{this.props.body}</strong>
</PanelBody>
<PanelFooter>
{this.props.footer}
</PanelFooter>
</div>
);
}
});

https://github.com/daniellmb/React-PE/tree/master/Web/Scripts/Core
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+Jirka Vrany nice! I like that it's built with ES6
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Micro Tutorial Every time you write an event handler like this, a cute kitten dies.

$(window).scroll(function() {
  // this function will cause jank
});

Save a kitten by debouncing the scroll event. A simple way to do that without using a custom debounce function is to leverage #requestAnimationFrame like so:

$(window).scroll(function() {
  // use RAF sync calls with rendering
  window.requestAnimationFrame(doStuff);
});

#performance   #matters  
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+Zig Mandel right, this has more to do with removing jank when you need high-precision syncing with a high-volume event like scroll or mouse move. Not just debouncing/throttling an event. http://codepen.io/daniellmb/pen/wBVLwM?editors=011
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Clever use of :before and :after in this 100% vegan SASS CSS3 Burger.
http://joren.co/sass-burger
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+Mark Sadecki if you install Chrome Vox for Chrome you can test it to hear the result but +Daniel Lamb is correct that you will need aria is some shape or form if the element is a generic div or span tag.
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I've always thought of myself as a #geek, but I never thought I'd actually fix the broken bridge of my #glasses with tape. FYI it totally works B-)
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+Kenny Parnell I use lead solder. Non lead solder is a pain to work with.
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I just backed the SnapPower Charger on KickStarter. It's a USB charger in an outlet cover plate that does not require wiring to install. Looking forward to getting some outlet plugs back.
Jeremy Smith is raising funds for SnapPower Charger: A USB charger in a coverplate - no wiring on Kickstarter! The outlet cover plate that charges everything USB - no silly hardwiring, just magic.
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It must have sprung copper tabs that slide over and contact the screws for the power terminals on the receptacle. I hope they researched UL requirements first. 
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Daniel Lamb

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Time to get a bit more fit! I didn't want to charge an Apple Watch everyday, so I picked up my third Fitbit device. The last two fell off somewhere and I never found them. Hopefully this one will last longer since it's strapped on, and not just clipped to my belt.
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I used to have a Fitbit Flex but have moved on to Misfit and never looked back. It's waterproof to 10m and I only change the battery once every six months, so no more fiddly weekly-charging. And it's an excellent, minimalist no-frills watch to boot.
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  • Stanford University
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    I strongly believe that continuous education is the only way to successfully evolve and grow. Ongoing professional development is a key discipline to master in the rapidly changing field of computer science. As I continually strive to refine my skills, I took several courses from Stanford online.
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Sr. Front-End Engineer; JavaScript Architect; Author
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Daniel Lamb is a talented senior software development professional with an extensive 15 years experience specializing in large-scale front-end architecture and web development in a fast-paced agile environment across multiple teams for millions of users.

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Senior Software Engineer; JavaScript Architect; Author
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    Senior Software Engineer, 2000 - present
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