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Skepticat writes: A man in a white coat, smiles, offers an injection to an infant who is alone. “Innoculation is the perfect Medication” he tells the child after dancing and singing with a syringe. Th...
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I hope nobody minds if I quickly recommend this beer to any beer/coffee fans (preferably both); spectacular!
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Really interesting insight into the development of Unity. I am personally more inclined towards KDE, but watching the developments in Unity with great interest.

Mark Shuttleworth: ‘We Didn’t Want Ubuntu To End up Like Windows 8′ http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/d0od/~3/BIZ9vfkLzPg/mark-shuttleworth-the-desktop-we-had-4-years-ago-sucked
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Google+ and Flipboard are about to get cosy, as the G+ API has been opened up to Flipboard for integrating with Google's social network.
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"A loving parent is warm, willing to set limits and unwilling to breach a child’s psychological boundaries by invoking shame or guilt. Parents must acknowledge their own anxiety. Your job is to know your child well enough to make a good call about whether he can manage a particular situation. Will you stay up worrying? Probably, but the child’s job is to grow, yours is to control your anxiety so it doesn’t get in the way of his reasonable moves toward autonomy.

Parents also have to be clear about their own values. Children watch us closely. If you want your children to be able to stand up for their values, you have to do the same. If you believe that a summer spent reading, taking creek walks and playing is better than a specialized camp, then stick to your guns. Parents also have to make sure their own lives are fulfilling. There is no parent more vulnerable to the excesses of overparenting than an unhappy parent. One of the most important things we do for our children is to present them with a version of adult life that is appealing and worth striving for."

Also, parents: Don't scream at your kids and be assholes to them. They will remember that for the rest of their life. 
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Saw this last night so do tell what you saw. I caught, Son, Pure and Proud.
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