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Michael Richardson
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A pragmatic agile system designer.
A pragmatic agile system designer.

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Startlingly good.

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I'm looking for a Canadian renter for https://www.doublerobotics.com/. I found: http://poleproductions.ca/en/double-robotics-telepresence-robot, but so far they haven't answered. I'd like to "attend" a funeral at distance.

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+Dan York Any further developments in integrating Google Voice with SIP? I think that I still can't invite sip: URLs into hangouts, or dial sip: URLs from gmail.

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Listen to the narator a bit. https://www.youtube.com/user/AandStart I swear it is Mozilla's Martin Thomson. 

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Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales launched Wikitribune, an independent site (not affiliated with Wikipedia or the Wikimedia Foundation) “that brings journalists and a community of volunteers together” in a combination that Wales hopes will combat fake news online. The site is launching with a crowdfunding campaign to fund the first Wikitribune journalists.

Professional journalists will be paid to write “global news stories,” while volunteer contributors will “vet the facts, helps make sure the language is factual and neutral, and will to the maximum extent possible be transparent about the source of news posting full transcripts, video, and audio of interviews. Thus it is hoped that a combined approach like Wikitribune’s can be more successful than WikiNews has been, because it’s a hybrid of the paid and volunteer models.
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What is the application running? It sure looks like exmh, but 1981 is too early for a TCL based app, or anything X11.
This week in 1981, the Xerox Star 8010 set new standards in personal computers. The Star workstation was the first commercial system to incorporate a bitmapped display, a window-based graphical user interface, ethernet networking, an integrated two-button mouse, and much more. Although we don’t often think about the history of the mouse these days, the two-button mouse gave users a freedom that had never been integrated with a personal computer.
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Michael Richardson commented on a post on Blogger.
Great submission. Couldn't have said it better.

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http://unpaywall.org/ In case you haven't seen this yet.


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About time, MIT. You shoulda been leading on this.
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