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Install Oracle Java 8 In Ubuntu Or Linux Mint Via PPA Repository [JDK8] A bookmark for myself…

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If you ever code something that ‘feels like a hack but it works’, just remember that a CPU is literally a rock that we tricked into thinking. daisyowl via Offscreen Dispatch

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Why your design team should hire a writer (Writers + Designers = A match made in heaven) A Time to Kill iTunes ‘The Internet Is Broken’: @ev Is Trying to Salvage It – this post was huge over the ‘social media’ bubble … and it showed, to me at least, that…

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Vimeo has realized this video and a long blog post on this sensitive topic… Join the fight for a free, open, weirdo internet: battleforthenet.com The FCC is planning to repeal the strong net neutrality rules that we fought so hard to get in 2015. Why do…

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I was wandering over SpeakerDeck, trying to see how it behaves in comparison with SlideShare and I found this little gem. Charles-Axel Dein explains how to properly give feedback to developers / someone who offers you a service and how to ‘gain more’ from…

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On Facebook. Why won’t the company let us truly filter our feeds? Why Writing Is Useful for Designers Charles Babbage wrote a “cardboard vaporware” app in 1840 and left it in Turin How do self-taught developers actually get jobs?

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you’ll be surprised at how the same problems exist in different realms of reality. Get out and experience the outside world. Observe nature and people. You may just find the answers to your problems out there and not on the internet. Jeff Golenski via →

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Originally posted on Luca Sartoni: I want to see the change that most women in tech long for. At its core, the tech industry is idealistic and dreamy, imagining innovations that could change the world. Yet, when it comes to self-reflexivity, tech is just…
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