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Out in the middle of nowhere is a great place for a Koala Institute but not a very good place for a bail bondsman.

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Pure marketing genius.
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More details from +Nik Bauman here: https://tonx.org/frequency/coffee-exchange

#coffee   #coffeelovers   #giftcards  
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Very very interesting. I want one--I've always wanted to improve my posture. But iOS only won't work for me. I'll have to wait for 2nd gen or better to see how these go.
New from Lumo: Lumo Lift is a smaller and more discrete tracker for your posture.

Pre-order for $69 for a limited time! http://www.lumobodytech.com/
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On the programming language (M#?) behind the Midori project:

>"We're like Rust in that we want to maximize safety and performance, and we're willing to add fancy type system features to get there," Bromfield said. "We're like Go in that we want to be simple and approachable, in much the same way that .Net attempted to simplify programming. We're like D in that we want the language to feel very familiar to devs using an existing language (C# for us, C++ for them) -- just better."

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Total internet junk food. Awesome product designs.

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Great (balanced) talk by Gilad Bracha on the good/bad parts of functional programming: http://www.infoq.com/presentations/functional-pros-cons

/cc +Arthur Zwiegincew 

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