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Rich Bodo
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Woozle Hypertwin sounds like an AGI name if I ever heard one.
 
Caption: A flock of robot scavengers picking at the husk of a dead automobile, probably killed by unsurvivable changes to the economic climate and the scarcity of fossil fuel.
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Easy version control with some light project management features around image files and markup files for web design teams:

https://www.pixelapse.com/features

Now if we could just get a large file version control system that is fast (very tiny block differential without rescan ala btrfs) and smart, but not too complicated for video editors to master.   Possibly a pick-two situation, tho.
Cross-Platform Sync. Pixelapse works wonderfully through the native desktop app as well as third-party services. Mac + Windows. Whether on Mac or Windows, the Pixelapse app is engineered to work wherever you do. Well Designed. The beautifully crafted app lives comfortably in the menu bar as it ...
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Yeah, well, giving this product some "earned media" right now.
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"Kill the Sensei" http://feedly.com/e/nbopdTHV
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Guide for Technical Development. Having a solid foundation in Computer Science is important to become a successful Software Engineer. This guide is a suggested path for university students to develop their technical skills academically and non-academically through self paced hands-on learning.
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I visited tribe wanted in Sierra Leone. Best vacation spot I have ever visited. I cannot wait to visit their new place in Bali!
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I know you are busy, but...Tis the season for large organizations to sneak by legislation creating monopolies at the expense of open society.  OpenMedia needs another 90 of us to donate so that they can secure a matching grant this year, and fight for our internet : https://openmedia.org/expression/donate
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Very interesting article:

 http://sysadmin1138.net/mt/blog/2014/11/breath-taking-honesty.shtml

Speculates that if you are working for a company like this today, you are committing career suicide in the future.

Working on closed-source software.
Working for a company that doesn't contribute to open source projects.
Working for a company that doesn't pay to present at conferences.
Working for a company that doesn't pay for continuing education.
Working for a company that has strict corporate communications rules, which prevent personal blogging on techical topics.
Working for a company with employment contracts that prohibit technical contributions to anything, anywhere that isn't the company (often hidden as the no-moonlighting rule in the employment contract).
An essay has been making the rounds about how much you (developer type person) are worth for hourly-rate. It is breath-taking in its honesty. This person sets out a pay-rate scale based strictly on public-access reputation markets and evidence of community activity, with a premium on community ...
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Just caught up with +Don Marti 's blog and compiled my takeaways into a diagram.
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Rich is a paragon of integrity.  "Self" is his middle name, and "discipline" is his extended suffixed honorific. Because they didn't have a second field for a middle name back then.  Richard Self Bodo III, Esquire, Discipline, M.D.
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Psychiatry for Engineers

Finished another short story tonight.  I kind of like this one.  

http://richbodo.pbworks.com/w/page/87913393/Flight%20Engineer
Flight Engineer. It was early. Tom was tired. But it was already a beautiful morning. Excitement was in the air. As Tom climbed the steps of the 747, we was impressed with the presentation of the craft. The paint was a sparkling red and white that was almost too bright in the morning sun.
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+Rich Bodo I hear you.  One thing I like about the wider adoption of Markdown is that I can manage more of my content locally and paste it, though the number of sites which break copy/paste (e.g., Ello) is depressing.
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I am fond of those photons reflected from cute things.  Sadly, few of my non-animal friends supply these.  

              
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I can fix or destroy most things in about an hour, although I often avoid this.
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Dana Street is a Community Center that happens to be a coffee shop. The *people* in the local Mountain View community are the only reason to go there. I have been going here for 20 years. Nine out of ten times I go, I have an interesting, intelligent conversation with someone. This is how you visit Dana Street: 1) Have nothing to do 2) Order whatever, it doesn't matter, it's all average fare. That's not what you are there for. Joke with staff, they are usually responsive to that. 3) Sit with other people, hopefully at the big table or outside at a table, so you can chat. 4) Strike up a conversation, get to know them. They are interesting. 5) If there are musicians playing, enjoy them. If you are a musician, bring an instrument and play around with it outside, someone will probably join you. Rinse. Repeat.
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