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Nathan Smutz

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Nathan Smutz commented on a post on Blogger.
To use Google Jobs as a seeker: just type the word "jobs" into search followed by any keywords you want.

Yay! Google Now figured out that I want more tech than politics in my feed!

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So, what's the feasibility of a robot mission to this thing?

Just discoverd you can still have a file in multiple collections (folders) in Google Drive.  You hold Ctrl while dragging the file to a new folder and it doesn't disappear from the old one.  (It's the same file, not a copy)

The old interface was way better for this; but at least they haven't completely cut off this feature. #googledrive

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Win 7 Problem Steps Recorder
A great built-in utility for recording steps in a task.  While recording, it makes a screenshot and an action description every time you interact by mouse or keyboard.
When you stop recording it puts them all into a mhtml file (opens with Internes Explorer or Word).

This should be particularly good for when someone is showing you how to do something and you want to review later.

I had my first experience with projects breaking on multiple Google Apps Script API changes.
I assume it's a rite of passage working with Google platforms. :-)

On a support thread a Googler asserted that the change had been posted on a blog somewhere.  
I'm sure that just means I need to get on some mailing list if I want to avoid surprises, but it still reminds me of The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy:

"There's no point in acting surprised about it. All the planning charts and demolition orders have been on display at your local planning department in Alpha Centauri for fifty of your Earth years, so you've had plenty of time to lodge any formal complaint and it's far too late to start making a fuss about it now…
― Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

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This Machine Kills Theorems

(A good initial testing ground, the Peterson Graph has an uncanny ability to break imperfect hypotheses in Graph Theory.)

Looking forward to the Graph Analysis in Clojure meetup this Thursday at +Puppet Labs :

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I found this really instructive

Naturally it was closed as "not constructive" :-)

h/t @ClojureFact for sharing this on Twitter

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Dick Gabriel on Lisp : Podcast from +Software Engineering Radio  
A really great and entertaining exposition and one of the best technical podcast episodes I've listened to.

The icing on the cake was listening to this as I nodded off and coming to as they played The Eternal Flame (God Wrote in Lisp)
#Lisp   #podcast   #programminglanguages  
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