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It's G+ really a failure? It doesn't make money, but a lot of people do use it. I've been neglecting it a bit to play with Tsu. We get into the habit of using these things, but are any of them essential?
 
Create a social network or risk everything. That was the original pitch for Google's Facebook rival, Google+, a refrain hammered over and over by the social network's chief arch...
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The locals in Cairns seem friendly 
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+Martin N not yet. Seen lots of birds, butterflies, crabs and lizards. No nasty snakes or spiders 
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Out and about in Tokyo yesterday 
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looks like a fun vacations Steve 
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I do a check on how I'm doing on Tsu as well as how they are doing generally. The site is not growing as fast as it could and engagement seems to be dropping. I'm still making some money there each week and I could still get to the $100 pay-out point this year if it keeps on as it is. I see people posting pictures of their cheques just about every day, so it is working well for some.

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I'm a bit of a #stats #nerd. I've logged various stuff about sites I use for years so I can produce nice graphs. I have a Google spreadsheet with follower numbers for each week. My #Tsu followers are on a steady climb and have zoomed past those on G+ a while ago (in a fraction of the time). That's impressive considering it's a much smaller site. Now, how many of those actually look at my posts or are even active is another story. Finding gener...
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I proved that Tsu really does work when I bought physical goods with it this week. Ignore those who say it's a scam
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+Steve Clark And I keep monitoring Tsu through our interesting conversations :-)
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Playing with this cool +Python tool that lets you build a 'notebook' containing lots of Python scripts as well as text. I'm working through the Project Euler problems and this is more convenient than a set of separate scripts.

I only heard about iPython recently after I found some Python podcasts. I'm immersing myself in the language to try and learn it. It's a lot of fun.
IPython provides a rich architecture for interactive computing with: Powerful interactive shells (terminal and Qt-based). A browser-based notebook with support for code, rich text, mathematical expressions, inline plots and other rich media. Support for interactive data visualization and use of ...
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My Project Euler stuff is on Github. Don't look if you want to solve them yourself https://github.com/steevc/projecteuler
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Stunning landscape and some wildlife on a trip to Kuranda 
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A selection of images around Tokyo. Amazing place. Will have to come back some time 
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I hope that toilet came with a readable manual :)
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Interesting interview. I haven't bought the latest reissues as I've already bought some of this stuff more than once. I'll save my money for new music. 

I'd love to see Jimmy out playing something new.
As we near the end of Led Zeppelin’s exhaustive reissue programme, the band’s leader and curator discusses their legacy and their difficult final years
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A new Commodore Pet, and it's a phone. That brand has been messed around with for years. I think it's lost any credibility it had. It was pretty bad during the late Amiga years when various people owned the company and did nothing with it.
The new Commodore Pet smartphone is arriving in Europe this week.
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Massed sharks in the UK! Not sure I've ever seen a shark around the UK coast, but they are there. 
Up to 50 sharks have been spotted swimming in intertidal waters at RSPB Medmerry near Selsey in West Sussex. Footage courtesy of RSPB's Peter Hughes
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Wow, looks like the coast off North Carolina in the States (sorry ... just being cheeky).
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Eternal geek and wannabe guitarist. Posting 0-5 times a day about tech, music, guitars, green issues and anything else I fancy
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Professional programmer (PL/SQL, C#, Python), amateur musician (guitar, singing plus other instruments), Free Software fan, parent (one of each), runner and chicken keeper.

Trying to develop as a musician, but I don't seem to be a real natural. Keep trying to educate myself.

I generally post about music (especially guitar), technology, open source and green issues. 
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Raising two fine kids.
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Bit twiddler
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Oracle PL/SQL, C# and analysing complex issues.
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tsu - Social & Payment Network
market.android.com

Tsū is a free social network that gives the revenues back to you. Instead, we focus on payments. It's the right thing to do. Share your memb

VICE Tours a Bitcoin Mine in China
www.coindesk.com

VICE takes a tour of a secretive bitcoin mine in northern China.

Code
www.goodreads.com

What do flashlights, the British invasion, black cats, and seesaws have to do with computers? In CODE, they show us the ingenious ways we...

Obesity bigger cost for Britain than war and terror | Society | The Guar...
www.theguardian.com

Britain spending £47bn a year dealing with the healthcare and social costs of an increasingly overweight population, study finds

Breaking Silence
www.penguinproducer.com

Yes, it's been silent. No, I have not gone away. For those who have been wondering, I was laid off last year, and took advantage of the situ

10 of the best: metal meets classical | Music | The Guardian
www.theguardian.com

We celebrate Halloween by turning to the dark side with our pick of the 10 best heavy metal covers of classical tunes

Greens ahead of Liberal Democrats in YouGov poll | Politics | The Guardian
www.theguardian.com

Calls to include party in BBC’s general election TV leader debates are likely to increase after it comes fourth in poll

Broken Crown Halo - UK Tour 2014 at The Forum
www.last.fm

Italian rock heavyweights Lacuna Coil will play a co-headline UK tour this November with US newcomers Motionless In White. This tour follows

Crypto wars redux: why the FBI's desire to unlock your private life must...
www.theguardian.com

In 1995, the US government tried – and failed – to categorise encryption as a weapon. Today, the same lines are being drawn and the same tac

R Programming
www.coursera.org

R Programming is a free online class taught by Roger D. Peng, Jeff Leek and Brian Caffo of Johns Hopkins University

Twin Peaks returns to television: 'We've waited long enough'
www.theguardian.com

What happened to Dale Cooper? Does Audrey Horne have kids now? With the return of the cult show, David Lynch has a chance to answer all our

RTV31
www.railworld.net

Railworld is home to Britain's Hovertrain prototype, Research Test Vehicle 31 (RTV31). Which is clearly visible from the railway as you pass

Mining Bitcoin with pencil and paper: 0.67 hashes per day
www.righto.com

I decided to see how practical it would be to mine Bitcoin with pencil and paper. It turns out that the SHA-256 algorithm used for mining is

Brooks Newmark: ‘I was a complete fool’
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Resignation of minister caught by tabloid sting sending sexually explicit picture overshadows Conservative party conference

Last.fm Scrobbler
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Scrobble music all around the web!

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Mainly have their fish and chips. Generally good, but sometimes have to wait a while for it to cook.
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