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Katie Miller is giving a talk about outreach and diversity within the functional programming community at next month’s E…
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Oh, I know +Katie Miller !  Article is spot on about the preponderance of men at functional programming meetups. +Damana Madden.
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Warren Ellis pegs it in this article
This is the raw text of the keynote I gave at Improving Reality on Thursday. Thanks again to Honor and her crew for being so wonderful, and for so kindly inviting me. HOW TO SEE THE FUTURE Warren Elli...
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Very interesting document from the Samsung vs. Apple case. A must read if you're interested in the ongoing mobile patent wars

http://assets.sbnation.com/assets/1257891/Samsung_unredacted_trial_brief.pdf
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Interesting. The language is pretty inflammatory, but the data about Samsung's F700 phone and references to copying Sony's designs if corroborated appears solid? On the flip side at least one of the Samsung newer phones looks an awful lot like an iPhone.
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This guys analysis is based on a key phrase: empirically derived models of human hearing... i.e. the "average" human ear. some people can dramatically exceed this "average" -- those folks, referred in the research as "golden ears" will probably be able to hear the differences in this higher quality audio this dude is having his little tantrum about, even though you and I (certainly not me) probably can't. They do exist. Just because this guy's hearing is "average" doesn't mean you have to follow his advice and ruin the music for people with good hearing. So yeah if you want to make your music uniformly crappy don't use 24/192. However if you care about music, it's not a bad format.
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So far the only thing I don't really like about G+ is the suggestions it comes up with when I am trying to find and add my friends to circles. I really have no idea what sort by "relevance" is supposed to mean, but I certainly don't want to wade through a huge list of people I either don't know or only know from reputation before I can see the entries from my contact books. Room for improvement I think
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I like the drag and drop sorting. Easy to filter through the noise.
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What. The. Fuck.
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uhm - wtf?
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Oh my god. That was great even by his high standards.
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Yes, but if they had high quality converters it would still be possible to do lo-fi effects. The reverse is not the case.
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I'm systems hacker living in Japan.

I love Cycling and Aikido and Heavy Music, amongst other things. 

I've been a UNIX sysadmin for more than a decade Working as a Software Engineer for the Open Source Compliance group at Qualcomm.

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