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Good question! And a good answer.  Been looking for a good list like this for a while.

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Web developers don't typically read academic journals (web development moves too fast for the typical academic publication cycle). What we do read are develo...
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Literally "Jesus take the wheel!" Guess he had something better to do.
MARY ESTHER — A 28-year-old woman was taken to the hospital for evaluation after driving into a Mary Esther house Thursday morning. The woman told
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The comments are gold. Same w/ the issue queue.

+Don McArthur +John Lusk
 
Source code for Apollo 11 was just published to GitHub

As enormous and successful as Burkey’s project has been, however, the code itself remained somewhat obscure to many of today’s software developers. That was until last Thursday (July 7), when former NASA intern Chris Garry uploaded the software in its entirety to GitHub, the code-sharing site where millions of programmers hang out these days.

http://qz.com/726338/the-code-that-took-america-to-the-moon-was-just-published-to-github-and-its-like-a-1960s-time-capsule/
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"This is fixed in Apollo 14." Nice.
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Decoupled. Nice. Wanna try this on a project at work.
The fifth iteration of Lullabot.com uses a decoupled, isomorphic approach driven by React, Node.js, CouchDB, on top of Drupal as the CMS.
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Good article from a Brexiteer. Seems sensible that it be used as a bargaining ploy and nothing else. 
Even for an optimistic Brexiteer like me, the last few days have been difficult. Many people who voted out are already feeling a bit betrayed as certain fundamental truths sink in. The “uncertainty” is already affecting the real economy as we see. Project Fear probably understated some of the dangers, though overstated others absurdly, the latter as former Governor of the Bank of England Mervyn King has said (a calm voice in these frenetic times)...
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"We've got no government, no opposition. The people who got us into this mess have run away."


Brexit: There is a vacuum that must be filled - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-uk-leaves-the-eu-36650142
The Leave campaign may have won, but Gavin Hewitt wonders whether that victory has created a dangerous vacuum at the heart of politics.
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Pffftt what clowns.
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Wow. Real life hacker movie stuff. William Gibson esque. +Don McArthur​
From a nondescript office building in St. Petersburg, Russia, an army of well-paid “trolls” has tried to wreak havoc all around the Internet — and in real-life American communities.
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You're one of them, aren't you? Quit stirring up trouble.
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I call it a "Verdun back porcher".
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You have to try a "Moscow Mule"
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Good article, here's some juicy quotes:

Then again, since Johnson and Gove are each, by temperament and training, journalists, we should not perhaps be surprised by their low cunning, high venality, and their ability, above all, to generate good copy.

But, gosh, Cameron suddenly looks like a beacon of stability and copper-bottomed sound judgment compared with what’s following in his wake.

Where does this leave Britain? Well, in truth, nobody knows. But when you play the Game of Tories, you win or you die.


https://foreignpolicy.com/2016/06/30/boris-johnson-reached-for-the-throne-but-got-stabbed-in-the-back-instead/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=New%20Campaign&utm_term=%2AEditors%20Picks

He thought he could use Brexit to achieve his ambitions. It turns out the Euroskeptics were just using him.
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Terrifying! This is straight out of a nightmarish sci-fi movie.
The Chinese government continues to illegally harvest organs from millions of its innocent prisoners despite saying it had ended the practice two years ago, a decade-long study has alleged. Experts estimate between 60,000 and 100,000 prisoners of conscience are executed annually and have their hearts, livers and other organs removed to use for transplants.
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+Charlene Lewis-Sutherland remember that Freakonomics podcast with the airline pilot? What a disengenous joker.
 
Pitiable meatbags. About time to wrap this up:

"...The Artificial intelligence (AI) developed by a University of Cincinnati doctoral graduate was recently assessed by retired USAF Colonel Gene Lee -- who holds extensive aerial combat experience as an instructor and Air Battle Manager with considerable fighter aircraft expertise. He took on the software in a simulator. Lee was not able to score a kill after repeated attempts. He was shot out of the air every time during protracted engagements, and according to Lee, is 'the most aggressive, responsive, dynamic and credible AI I've seen to date.'" And why is the US still throwing money at the F35, unless it can be flown without pilots.

The AI, dubbed ALPHA, features a genetic fuzzy tree decision-making system, which is a subtype of fuzzy logic algorithms. The system breaks larger tasks into smaller tasks, which include high-level tactics, firing, evasion, and defensiveness. It can calculate the best maneuvers in various, changing environments over 250 times faster than its human opponent can blink. Lee says, "I was surprised at how aware and reactive it was. It seemed to be aware of my intentions and reacting instantly to my changes in flight and my missile deployment. It knew how to defeat the shot I was taking. It moved instantly between defensive and offensive actions as needed."..."
schwit1 writes from a report via Daily Mail: [Daily Mail reports:] "The Artificial intelligence (AI) developed by a University of Cincinnati doctoral graduate was recently assessed by retired USAF Colonel Gene Lee -- who holds extensive aerial combat experience as an instructor and Air Battle Manage...
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+Andrew Lindsay​ it is the best store in the world!
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Yep somehow didn't work out, but we did follow his tips. Alberta and Mississippi were very interesting. Food was amazing. Portland generally awesome, might need to move there.
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Work as a web developer at McGill University
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Front-end web development, standard skill-set: HTML, CSS, JS etc. Design, UI, UX
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  • McGill University
    web developer, 2011 - present
  • TVA
    web developer, 2011 - 2011
  • Bluesponge
    web developer, 2007 - 2010
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Montréal, QC, Canada
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Hamilton, ON, Canada - Fort Collins, CO
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Montreal resident, Hamiltonian bred, Texan by birth.
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I'm currently working as a web developer in Montreal and recently became a father for the first time!
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  • McGill University
    History and English Literature, 2001 - 2004
  • Concordia University
    Information Technology in Design Art Practise, 2007 - 2008
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Customizing your elementary desktop – Forlearning
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Content. Introduction; What is elementary tweaks? How to install elementary tweaks. Installing community themes and icon sets. More Artwork

Woman who was driving while praying with her eyes closed hits house
www.nwfdailynews.com

MARY ESTHER — A 28-year-old woman was taken to the hospital for evaluation after driving into a Mary Esther house Thursday morning. The woma

Announcing The New Lullabot.com | Lullabot
www.lullabot.com

The fifth iteration of Lullabot.com uses a decoupled, isomorphic approach driven by React, Node.js, CouchDB, on top of Drupal as the CMS.

The Crossword - NYTimes.com
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NYTimes.com no longer supports Internet Explorer 9 or earlier. Please upgrade your browser. LEARN MORE ». Sections Home Search Skip to conte

Bookstore changes name, moves to new locations : McGill Reporter
publications.mcgill.ca

By McGill Reporter Staff. McGill's bookstore is changing names and changing places. Now to be called Bookstore/Librairie Le James, the retai

The whole Star Wars Episode IV in one picture
swanh.net

Infographic adaptation of Star Wars A New Hope, 123m (403.5 ft) of scrolling

Want to See ‘Hamilton’ in a City Near You? Buy a Subscription and Wait T...
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The hit musical is about to go on the road and regional theaters see it as a way to convert the hunger for tickets into subscriptions and me

Radiohead's new music video "Burn the Witch" pays tribute to Hot Fuzz an...
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It's a great homage to the middle third of Edgar Wright's Cornetto trilogy.

Lightsaber Escape
chrome.google.com

A Chrome Experiment, inspired by Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Eidolon OST
icewatergames.bandcamp.com

Curated soundtrack from Eidolon, a narrative exploration game set in a distantly post-human Western Washington. www.icewatergames.com/about

Google Maps
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Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps.

It’s Stephen Curry’s Game Now - The New York Times
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The Warriors’ butterfly with a jump shot, Curry is changing how we understand basketball.

With Secret Hitler, Cards Against Humanity's co-working space becomes an...
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For those who aren't in the know within the tabletop game community, you may have missed the launch of a strangely titled card game on Kicks

Apple can comply with the FBI court order
blog.trailofbits.com

Earlier today, a federal judge ordered Apple to comply with the FBI’s request for technical assistance in the recovery of the San Bernadino

Song of the Sea – Movies on Google Play
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From the creators of the Academy Award-nominated The Secret of Kells comes a breathtakingly gorgeous, hand-drawn masterpiece. Based on the I

Ava DuVernay's Barbie is the gift we need
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Ava DuVernay, outspoken director of the Academy Award-nominated Selma, is at the forefront of a new generation of filmmakers not just earnin

Dear Media, Stop Freaking Out About Donald Trump’s Polls
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Lately, pundits and punters seem bullish on Donald Trump, whose chances of winning the Republican presidential nomination recently inched ab

Alien Covenant will be the first film in a new prequel trilogy
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Ridley Scott used to be the poster child for never doing sequels, but after bending that rule with Prometheus and breaking it by co-writing

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This was unexpectedly disappointing. Starting fine, we had a reservation for 8 co-workers for a noon hour Wednesday lunch. The restaurant was mostly empty but it took quite a while for our drinks to arrive (and for us to place orders). Beer selection was great, however. What was truly bad was the time it took to order food, and have it arrive. We were in the restaurant for over an hour before any lunch was tabled and 2 orders were incorrect and it took the waiter about 20 minutes to sort out and replace. I cancelled my own order after the interminable wait. The waiter didn't put up much of a fight either way, except to get grumpy when we told him he had an order wrong. He was thrown under the bus by the kitchen I suppose, but didn't do anything about it and so our lunch stretched to over 2 hours - not so great for a workplace outing. I won't recommend anything but the beer selection and there are other places nearby that serve a decent variety, Benelux, Brutopia, that are generally more fun.
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Had a really nice brunch there. Delicious food and great tomato and cinnamon jam, which you can also buy by the jar.
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reviewed 8 months ago
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reviewed 3 months ago
Clean, fun place for the kiddies.
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reviewed 8 months ago