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Lazy web: Why am I unable to find a simple up-to-date summary of Google I/O announcements? Seems like it would be here: https://developers.google.com/events/io/ nope. This? http://www.techradar.com/news/computing/google-io-2012-all-the-latest-news-1086645 well they don't have the cloud offering I've heard rumors of ...
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Maybe you should follow Twitter?  Or a G+ page?  Just a thought.  
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My low tech information radiator #devops
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I've been a fan of http://www.radiolab.org/ for some time - but I have to highlight the 99% invisible show I listened to this morning: highly recommended. I'm obviously going to to have to add 99% invisible to my podcast lineup.

"We start with the art of making modern electronic devices 'sound right' with carefully designed beeps and clicks. Then, a complicated portrait emerges from decades-old graffiti etched into the sidewalks of San Francisco. And dense infographics become a new kind of diary for a guy who charts his time on Earth as a series of annual reports."
Roman Mars loves to spotlight the seams and joints that make up the world around us. He's the host of an irresistible podcast called 99% Invisible--a series of tiny radio stories that provoke enor...
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I made this tool to solve a very specific problem. Not sure how many people share the problem - but the ability to throw it on a public platform (App Engine) and share a quick solution was interesting ... #monitoring #weboperations
What is this? For users of both AlertSite and PagerDuty there's no ideal integration alternative. AlertSite will notify with an HTTP POST, and PagerDuty's API will accept POST data, but the fo...
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So this RadioLab episode [1] reminded me of my once-upon-a-time fascination with lucid dreaming [2]. One strategy used for triggering a lucid dream is to ask yourself (during waking life) "Am I dreaming?" Eventually, the theory goes, you'll ask yourself the same question during a dream, and trigger lucidity.

I started asking myself that question, but haven't been terribly consistent. So (with help from ttytter [3]) I hacked a little twitter bot to follow!

[1] http://www.radiolab.org/blogs/radiolab-blog/2012/jan/23/wake-up-dream/
[2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucid_dreaming
[3] http://www.floodgap.com/software/ttytter/
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