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Glen Murphy
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Head of UX for Android, Chrome, and ChromeOS
Head of UX for Android, Chrome, and ChromeOS

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I had two spots of bad luck with my appendix and then bowels, so I spent most of my Australian vacation in a hospital bed. So that future-me can remember what happened, I wrote up my experience.
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Sounds like fake meat tasting as good as real meat could be available within a decade (with the first products available in 2015). Once perfected, fake meat will be healthier, cheaper, better for the environment (much less green house grass emissions), and just as tasty as real meat.
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Just realized that Halt and Catch Fire is probably as close as I'm going to get to a TV story about my parents - computer engineers in the early 80s working at Texas Instruments who balanced work and life and attempted to build computers and the software that ran on them.

And here I was thinking it was the story of my son's parents - a nerdy dishevelled man working in tech and his smarter wife who does all the work and solves all the problems while he forgets things and stares out the window.

I'm only five episodes into the first season, and though the acting feels a little out of phase with the script, I think it's quite good - it's like an episodic and fictional take on Pirates of Silicon Valley.
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"An ant mill is an observed phenomenon in which a group of army ants separated from the main foraging party lose the pheromone track and begin to follow one another, forming a continuously rotating circle. The ants will eventually die of exhaustion."
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