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Ron Dollete
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"This is the world we’ve built. Where making people live in fear is a feature, not a bug."
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“Preliminary study findings support the anecdotal evidence that a ride on a moderate-intensity roller coaster could benefit some patients with small kidney stones.”
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These markings are barely visible yellow dots arranged on a grid. Based on their alignment, these dots can reveal the time and date when the document was printed, and the printer's serial number. This allows companies to track leaks to printers installed in certain office spaces, departments, buildings, or others.
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The animation that demonstrates this repo is pretty hilarious.
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How can I justify my geek-cred while also maintaining my street-cred? Often, I cannot. I am a geek, and I am a brown man, and this has earned me a lot of shit from both sides.
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Scratch is steeped in a complicated set of traditions—everything from educational philosophy to open source activism and the pursuit of artificial life.
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Trying to find out if phone cameras might be suitable for outdoor nighttime photography was a fun experiment, and clearly the result is yes, they are. However, arriving at the final images required a lot of careful post-processing on a desktop computer, and the procedure is too cumbersome for all but the most dedicated cellphone photographers.
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Nothing about what happened in Flint was accidental. Flint needs to be understood as a morality play illustrating the dangers of emergency management and fiscal austerity.
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On the surface, it appears to be another work of guerrilla art — but it’s not. Unlike Di Modica’s work, Fearless Girl was commissioned. Commissioned not by an individual, but by an investment fund called State Street Global Advisors, which has assets in excess of US$2.4 trillion. That’s serious money... It’s not a work of guerrilla art; it’s an extremely clever advertising scheme.
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