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David Chatenay
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The Distortion of Sound is a documentary about the decline of sound quality and how technology has changed the way we listen to music. The full film is here:
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RIP Yusef Lateef
Like It Is - Yusef Lateef
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Happy New Year, Iceland-style (2)
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Dear Apple TimeMachine,
Quit behaving all Windows on me, reminding me every single day that you haven't been able to complete a backup, with no way for me to turn off the reminder.
Kthxbye.
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Identifying faces is a relatively simple task if you're a human, but it's been a long road for computers to do the same thing. Now Facebook says it's developed a technology for verifying whether...
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True. Maybe it can only recognize Calista Flockhart (with a 97.25% accuracy) :)
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When I read that headline, I thought "Oh wow, The Onion talks about Formula 1"...
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Another epic track from Hjaltalín
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While we've seen examples of objects suspended mid-air using quantum levitation and acoustic levitation, a team of three Japanese engineers from The University of Tokyo and the Nagoya Institute of Technology recently unveiled an ambitious device that uses sound waves to move objects through ...
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Reverse engineering for fun
Today at the Chaos Computer Congress (30C3), xobs and I disclosed a finding that some SD cards contain vulnerabilities that allow arbitrary code execution — on the memory card itself. On the dark side, code execution on the memory card enables a class of MITM (man-in-the-middle) attacks, ...
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  • Feedly
    Platform Engineer, 2013 - present
  • Game Show Network
    Platform Engineer, 2012 - 2013
  • Snapfish
    2004 - 2012
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St Cernin, Lot, France - Sophia-antipolis, France - Toulouse, France - Paris, France - San Francisco, USA
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"One morning, as David was waking up from weird dreams, he discovered that in bed he had been changed into a human being..."
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  • ESSI
    Network and Operating Systems, 1993 - 1996
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I'm not sure why their ratings are so low. I had a great experience (considering you only go there for medical problems). I fell hard on my hand and went to get it checked the next day, instead of going to ER. It was a Saturday, so the place was not very busy (it's much more busy Mon-Fri). It took about an hour total to fill the paperwork, check my vitals, take an X-Ray, get a doctor to look at them (with a diagnostic that was confirmed by a specialist afterward), and get a wrist-guard. I have good insurance coverage, so it was cheap, much cheaper than going to ER, for sure. The staff was super friendly and looked happy. The facility is really nice, with some good equipment. I had no problem getting a copy of the X-Rays on a CD. Would I come back there if I have another non-emergency problem? Absolutely.
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