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Great, the new design kills half of the screen for crappy information. I guess they are copying twitter.
All the stuff I don't use: IN MY FACE.
All the stuff I used to use: in a dropdown menu.

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This is the 21st @#!% century!!

Josh's post on programming languages is perfect. It's why I have trouble getting excited about Scala/Clojure/Go. They didn't kill enough sacred cows.

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A chat with Leisure Suit Larry creator Al Lowe about the metaphysics of jokes, building model railroads, and how games don't get published.

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We’re trying to do something different; there aren’t really any games out there like this.” And they would all get tight-lipped and you could see their assholes pucker. [Laughs] And boy, about a week later we’d get a phone call and they’d say, “Well, you know, we’re not really sure we could take a chance with this kind of a product.” And, “We’d sure love to do it and let me know when it ships, ’cause I’d like to play it!” It’s like, damn, you know, if it’s a game you want to play, don’t you think there are other people like you?


Luckily, there is Kickstarter now.

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This is called the generation effect — when you generate something yourself, you’re more likely to remember it. This is one of the wonderful things for me about a world in which people are writing in books and talking about them more: This fantastic generation effect means we’re going to internalize and remember and understand more deeply the books that we’re reading.

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Did you know that you can learn to read Korean in just 15 minutes? No, for serious! I made a guide just for you!
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If you're running a botnet, the goal is to avoid detection for as long as possible. Flashback took an interesting approach to hiding itself — if one of several popular antivirus or monitoring tools is detected, it immediately deletes itself. Merely installing a utility like Avast, Clam Antivirus, Little Snitch or HTTP Scoop was enough to protect you, even if you didn't keep them running.

Funny enough, major commercial antivirus utilities like Norton Antivirus, McAfee VirusScan, and F-Secure weren't included in the blacklist.

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#PornMovieScenario

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I am trying to locate the first occurrence written/spoken by Herbert Simon about the "network of possible wanderings"
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