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What a bunch of crap....

" Apple’s approach to smartwatches is really the only one with promise not just because it has the brand to sell hardware regardless of what is is, as some have suggested, but also because it’s focusing on the problem of wearables as a cohesive and complex one, not something that can be addressed by a rough-hewn partnership of two companies who understand in isolation individual aspects of the challenge."

I'm sure all these companies based on fashion are going to line up to be forced into Apples aesthetic dogma...
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All the ladies love to tug the face fur. My cutie niecey reesey.
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Did my weekend squats... almost up to 6 45 plates. Soooooon. I wish my chest was a strong as my quads and gluts, I feel rather upside down for an average male.

In other news I'm in Austin all next week. If your there come buy me a beer! (If I can pull away from my corporate duties).
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Leonard Nimoy, the sonorous, gaunt-faced actor who won a worshipful global following as Mr. Spock, the resolutely logical human-alien first officer of the Starship Enterprise in the television and movie juggernaut “Star Trek,” died on Friday morning at his home in the Bel Air section of Los ...
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" The problem is you can only be authentic as long as most of the people around you are not, which has its own built-in radicalizing dynamic. You start out getting an organic-vegetable delivery service once a month, then you try growing chickens in your urban backyard. Then the next thing you know, your friends have gone all-in on paleo, eschewing grains, starches, and processed sugar and learning how to bow-hunt wild boar on weekends."
In William Gibson's new work of time-travel speculative fiction, The Peripheral, there's a back-and-forth between a woman named Flynne, who is from our near future, and Wilf, who lives in an altern...
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It's like talking to my brother, who worked in Litho at Intel at one point. Our conversations generally ended in me saying "I write Java apps" and him saying "that's nice, I monitor errors in a few microns for process of copyrighted and redacted term"

Ahh, Thanksgiving...
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Wow, it uses light to cure the resin.  I dare say this is quite amazing..
 
I think the 3D printing market just stepped up a notch. This looks like an order-of-magnitude improvement in the technology.
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I need this. 
The new Chromebook Pixel. For what's next.
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"Valve has already transformed gaming on Linux from "practically nothing" to "definitely something" and could be on the verge of making it much more than that."

I remember years of recompiling different wine versions for specific games, setting multiple wine homes, hunting for dlls....

Thanks Valve.
After 14 months in beta, where does Valve's new platform push stand?
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How a hashtag lit the nerdy world of project management aflame — or at least got it mildly worked up
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Look a tiny Trunks! This is a very nice pilot, better than the original live action.
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Ooooo builtin support!
 
VLC 3.0 will feature Chromecast support at last.

While the timing isn't clear for when the feature might land for Android, iOS, or even desktop flavors of VLC, it's a good sign that the VLC team have been working on the feature for the upcoming 3.0.0 release.
In June of last year the awesome hands behind the popular VLC media player confirmed their intention to support Chromecast, Google's then semi-new media streaming dongle, in its suite of apps.
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Prompt and performed the oil change and tired rotation of my first new car service within an hour of peak busy time on a Saturday, very impressive. However, I had asked how to schedule another visit for issues I thought were on the vehicle, or whether they could investigate them than, and was not responded to with how best to set this up either during the initial pull up after the documentation and meeting at the end of the work. Overall the service was fine, but the general customer service besides the New Car service was dismal for the questions I inquired about.
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