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Huh.  For the past several nights, when I've gotten done with work, rather than just play video games or watch dumb cartoons, I've hacked on personal projects.  It's been a while, feels good.
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My brain is full now.  Where did I put that trepanning auger?
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("Full" also doesn't mean "contains everything that could go into it", since the set of that stuff can be greater than the capacity of a given container.  So, I took the statement as intentional nonsense.)
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Hm.  How useful would "node.js for iOS" be to other people?

(Because I've got it half-written already, as a side-effect of my own experimentation.  It's not precisely that because it uses Apple's interpreter instead of Google's, but it's got an awful lot in common.)
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http://nodeapp.org/ and https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/node-javascript-interpreter/id793774475 exist.  that said, i got bored with it as i am a IcedCoffeeScript fanboi.
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Kitten in animal hospital.  We're never naming a pet after a George R. R. Martin character again.
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"The question of whether a computer will ever be able to truly think is no more interesting than the question of whether a submarine will ever be able to truly swim."
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80° yesterday, snow tomorrow?  Bite me, weather.
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So, rare earth elements and petrochemicals are important, but why is nobody talking about the critical vibranium gap between us and Wakanda?
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So, at last check, AWS ELB (yes, really) and Yahoo were both still vulnerable (and at least one was actively leaking user data).  Anyone checked any other high-profile services?
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