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Because the world can always use one more notes app
Mnemonic is an app designed to make it as frictionless as possible to get a...
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Sneak peak of my spare time project that's nearing completion. #android #materialdesign  
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I hate gradle. Three hours of messing with settings and my project still doesn't compile and run with this crap.
Virtually no documentation, hardly any error messages, tons of hidden setup locations, yet another extra dependency that you need to manage, ... who came up with that shit?

This thing violates the simple rule of good tool design: common things should be very easy to do!
The amount of configuration just to run "Hello World" is more complicated than the statistics behind the discovery of the Higgs Boson.
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Thuis is The reason why The Verve stands out. They actually bother with fact checking and are not afraid to explain why some legalese looks the way it does. They seem to understand that everything is some shade if grey instead of black and white. Not bad for a tech blog.

http://www.theverge.com/2013/8/14/4621474/yes-gmail-users-have-an-expectation-of-privacy
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I am seriously considering replacing all google services I use with stuff I control myself. I just can't rely on them anymore:
1. Google reader gets shut down just out of nowhere
2. Google regularly locks me out of my gmail. Two days ago I couldn't access my account for half a day because gmail failed to reload once. Today I haven't been able to log in due to some weird "error number 56". It is not the first time I'm getting such an error either.

I run a lot of stuff through that address. I can't afford having it unavailable for an entire evening.
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If architects without borders doesn't exist yet, it should be created to save us!
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Not a soccer fan, but this is amazing :-)
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The first summary of net neutrality that doesn't put you to sleep.
This thing is important people!!
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And true! That bit is important as well.
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After Google Reader it looks like yet another good webservice is shutting down. A service should be something that you can rely on, and it seems like you can't rely on your favourite webservice being there tomorrow whether they belong to a big or small company.

We shouldn't we relying on these centralised solutions but create something where you own your data. Something that only shuts down when you decide to pull the plug. 
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You wouldn't steal a bear, you wouldn't buy a DRM chair,... 
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The moral of the story: Get rich or die trying

The Guardian: The Untouchables: How the Obama administration protected Wall Street from prosecutions. http://goo.gl/mag/e8uUsV5
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