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Love it. Any chance you're going to do informational videos about the 2600?
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+AutomaticGainsay Yes. Yes you did. After looking, I realized I had even watched them. Thanks! Going to watch them again.
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My current favorite device is my Expert Sleepers ES-3 module. I'm loving it because it's letting me easily control my '75 Minimoog and a bunch of Moogerfooger pedals in quite interesting ways.
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Great article on Apple and the whole market share vs profit share and an analysis of the three main arguments of why Apple is doomed.
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This is great! This was one of the most interesting features of the OLPC XO laptops, and I don't know if that feature ever actually got fully implemented on that platform. I see it as handy for things like a chat app, but it could be absolutely amazing and literally lifesaving in an emergency scenario.

I'm curious, I believe in the XO's case, they had to design the wireless chips to be able to do this. If some of the comments are about Android and Windows devices doing this, is this now a standard capability of wifi? Or some specific chipsets? Or is this done with something like going back and forth between networks?

http://www.cultofmac.com/271225/appreciated-ios-7-feature-will-change-world
  A curious download hit Apple’s app store this week: a messaging app called FireChat. It’s a new kind of app because it uses an iOS feature unavailab
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Absolutely great article about the report put together after the fact for a possible space shuttle Columbia rescue mission.
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I've stopped being amazed at how wrong the general tech news is about Apple. They just have no idea what they're talking sbout and have no interest in reporting facts. This is a good little bit by John Gruber about that. I'm the most amazed that Apple's stock prices are based on this willful misinformation. 
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