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"Pessimism leads to weakness, optimism to power" - William James
"Pessimism leads to weakness, optimism to power" - William James

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The SLS AMG Coupé beats one of nature’s forces in a breathtaking way. Do you still remember the famous tunnel video? If not, here’s what happens when a SLS AMG Coupé enters a tunnel.

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Google just made the Google+ API public (http://googleplusplatform.blogspot.com/) and the .NET API can can be downloaded from http://code.google.com/p/google-api-dotnet-client/

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Just out of curiosity. Here's 20 questions that will test basic English grammar/speling.

http://goo.gl/SkCUk

Let me know what you score!

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NUTS!!!
Taking insane to the next level.

Via Reddit.

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Interesting usage statistic about Google in South Africa. I was wondering how common an internet connection is at home.

Think this graph shows that many people in South Africa still doesn't have internet at home (usage over weekends and public holidays drops significantly), also something else noted when compared to Canada and the US's stats is that traffic is the highest early in the morning and progressively drops. In North America traffic increase as the day progresses.

http://www.google.com/insidesearch/
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Google+ invite links aren't showing up on Facebook news feeds...
Google+ invite links on Facebook

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Javascript is really coming of age. It would be nice to see better support within Visual Studio.

I would like the ability to have separate files for my scripts (organized by "class" or procedural collection, you get the idea), and then have VS "compile" them for me.

And what I mean by compiling javascript is to have options of combining multiple files into one, perform minification, update my html to import the new file location, place my new script in a specific folder.

I've already built all of this into my deployment tool but it would be nice to see it native within VS
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