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Google+... still crickets.  Only reason I use it at this point is for Hangouts. Otherwise, without a writable public API, Google+ is never going to catch on.
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Agreed.  But I'll add you anyway.  :)
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Spectacular day in the snow at Grant Grove.
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Today is the day. I can finally say "I'm thirty-seven, I'm not old" - MP: Holy Grail - 'Old Woman'
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Happy (late) birthday Jeff!
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another reason to like 37 signals
The startup choice: Get big or get bought There’s essentially three options for a tech venture outgrowing its startup days: Get big, get bought or go broke. Pathetic. There’s a fourth option: Start a company, build a great product, sell your product to your customers, generate revenue, keep overhead low, grow slowly and carefully, take in more money than you spend, generate a profit, and decide your own fate on your own schedule.
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Just days after upgrading my OS to Windows 7 64 bit and reinstalling all of my drivers, software and tools, my hard drive got a bad cluster in c:/windows/system32/config/SYSTEM.

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I was planning to do a hard drive image during my vacation time this week. Guess I'll be using that time for another reinstall. sigh
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Just FYI - way back in the day I used to support 200 macs and 200 PC. Both platforms have improved dramatically since that time (mid 90's). However, one thing become clear - neither platform was any easier, less buggy, or more user friendly when it came to real departmental professional use. I know Mac users don't like to think that and believe macs to be reliable - and there is the impression that PC can be flaky but it turns out that both impressions are unlikely to be based in fact. (Not interested in a flame war, just making the point)
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"Thirty-three members of Congress have directed more than $300 million in earmarks and other spending provisions to dozens of public projects that are next to or within about two miles of the lawmakers’ own property."

http://cafehayek.com/2012/02/disgusting-3.html
If what is legal becomes the norm rather than what is moral, we are all going to be very poor. The names of these people should be on the front page of the Washington Post every day until election day...
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From what I can gather in my research, with the signing of this bill, due process and the bill of rights are ended. The US media won't report on it, you have to go offshore to hear the truth. Indefinite detention of American Citizens without probable cause, formal charges, or trial by jury will be the law of the land.

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/americas/2011/12/2011121643213177164.html

God help us.
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Orwellian in the extreme. A most worrying turn of events
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If you do a search for the phrase “is this meeting necessary” you will find a pile of links that give helpful questions to ask when calling a meeting. I believe we should be asking similar questions before sending email messages. In that spirit, I present to you the following... Is This Email Necessary? Team members often send emails with the desire for quick and simple communication. However, many email messages actually create inefficiency due ...
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Drain the swamp.
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The worst part is you have to enter numbers by click, so just adding 500 + 300 takes 802 clicks. It's outrageous.
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Co-founder & CTO of Lotpath. Passions: Jesus Christ, my Amazing Wife & 3 kids, Software Craftsmanship, Transformational Leadership and Austrian Economics.
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The Things That Make For Peace
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I am a man of peace; but when I speak, they are for war. � Psalm 120:7 As he approached Jerusalem and saw the city, he wept over it and

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Why the Titanic Is Sinking | The Freeman | Ideas On Liberty
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Washington is now deep into the process of attempting to deal with the budget deficit, an exercise that leaves experienced observers with a

Don’t Tread On Who?
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Critics of libertarianism often charge that it is a "selfish ideology," or that any explanation of self-interest is just a warmed-over excus

Mises’s Naive View of the State? | Foundation for Economic Education
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Ludwig von Mises’s Human Action was published in 1949. The book has since gone on to great acclaim in classical liberal and libertarian circ

EventStore v3.0 Release
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EventStore v3.0 Release. It's been a little while in coming, but nonetheless, I'm pleased to release the latest version of the CQRS

The Law is Written on Our Hearts
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Cross-posted at the Values & Capitalism Project A great many people believe that changing the law is the solution to social problems.

A year in review with CQRS | John Teague's Blog
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For the past year my team has been building and maintaining and application using CQRS with an Event Store as our persistence model. I start

The Documentation Dilemma - (37signals)
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The Documentation Dilemma Ryan Jan 06. Post a comment. Back when 37signals was consulting, we gradually weaned ourselves off of documentatio

Jeff Tucker on Occupy Wall Street
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From another perspective the brilliant and already sorely missed publisher and excecutive editor of Laissez-Faire Books, author of It’s a Je

Money: A Chart of (Almost) All of It, Where it Is, and What It Can Do
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In an infinite growth economy, the one thing taxpayers cannot afford to have is a sense of proportion. http://xkcd.com/980 The graphic is ve

Crossing the Magic Line
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The United States government has just crossed the magic line where its total national debt now exceeds (more than 100%) of GDP. See here tha

The phony troop pullout
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Only government could come up with something like this: The Obama administration plans to bolster the American military presence in the Pers

Withholding Consent
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‎”I do not ask that you place hands upon the tyrant to topple him over, but simply that you support him no longer; then you will behold him,

Not from Atlas Shrugged — Marginal Revolution
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The Hill: Six House Democrats, led by Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio), want to set up a “Reasonable Profits Board” to control gas profits. The

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The startup choice: Get big or get bought. There's essentially three options for a tech venture outgrowing its startup days: Get big, ge

Austrian Economics Hits the Headlines | The Freeman | Ideas On Liberty
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When a presidential candidate declares, as Ron Paul has, “We’re all Austrians now,” it’s inevitable that his critics would try to discredit

Lotpath
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Fractional Reserve Banking and Casinos
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Fractional Reserve Banking and Casinos. Economics 4 Comments. Long story, but my six-year-old son was asking me to explain gambling. I told