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The kids: alright.
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When makers meet their makers. Who will care for the system that outlives you?
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An ongoing project attempting to explain our highly intangible, deeply disruptive, data-driven, venture-backed, gluten-free economic meritocracy to the uninitiated. With apologies to Richard Scarry.
An ongoing project attempting to explain our highly intangible, deeply disruptive, data-driven, venture-backed, gluten-free economic meritocracy to the uninitiated. With apologies to Richard Scarry.
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Sweet. Is Doge a counterpoint or an audience?
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messaged you, incase it didnt notify you.
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White male nerds need to recognise that other people had traumatic upbringings, too - and that's different from structural oppression.  
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Climate change isn't just about who's emitting now. It's about who's emitted over the last 150 years -- and the U.S. bears a lot of the blame.
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@textfiles: "Somewhere @jwz and @BrendanEich just popped their eyes open in bed, like ancient sorcerers who realize the Dark Rock of Mothrir was unsealed" Last week, on the heels of the DOS emulation announcement, one of the JSMESS developers, James Baicoianu, got Windows 3.11 running in a window with Javascript. [...] That's Netscape 1.0n, released in December of 1994, running inside Windows 3.11, released in August of 1993, running inside of Go...
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The algorithms employed by Internet platforms are cloaked by the legal protections of intellectual property and corporate personhood, while the data about the individuals that these systems operate with is extracted, commodified and sold via a system of transactions that are largely invisible. To look back at the algorithm, an appropriate visualization of the production line in Figure 8 might therefore be a production line where the user is produced, as a commonplace saying reminds us: "when something online is free, you're not the customer, you're the product."
Christian Sandvig Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies and School of Information, University of Michigan In the 1960s, computer programmers at TRW wrote to a leading journal to ...
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If the Kingston SSD stood apart from the disk drives for its mostly good yet quite alien character, drive four made itself known for entirely the wrong reasons. This Corsair drive (another SSD) conspicuously highlighted vocal sibilants, and had a hard, relentless quality that was impossible to miss.
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Oh audio- and video-philes.
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Public service announcement to anyone who has a MagSafe 2 Apple laptop and hates the fact that the power connector always comes off: this thing seems to work as advertised.  All it does is make the connection to the MagSafe port a bit more snug, mostly on the up/down axis.  I can now use my laptop on my actual lap and not have to constantly reposition it to avoid disconnecting the power.
Snuglet keeps your MacBook power cable from falling out. Does the MagSafe 2 cable on your MacBook easily disconnect? Snuglet is the fix!
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Well-played, Nederlanders.  Well-played.
Cartoon bridges copied from Euro bank notes at a new development in Rotterdam by Robin Stam.
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Better living through hackistry.
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  • Pennsylvania State University
    MS Software Engineering, 2001 - 2003
  • Pennsylvania State University
    BS Computer Science, 1994 - 1999
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