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I worked at a science center and ran the 6' Tesla coil demonstration. People were always freaked out…
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Healthcare in the US sounds like a protection racket.
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Which free software licenses (approved by the Free Software Foundation) are most commonly used by research institut…
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Same for most cloud providers (data is encrypted and certain types of data are even…
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Together we can thwart the big-tech data grab. Here’s how | The Guardian
- assumes a level of competence and probably a bit of the hype in terms of where Google et al are, but nails their ambition really well
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"Smile if it kills you. The physiology of smiling diffuses a lot of anger and angst. It makes your body and soul fe…
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This is such great news and fingers crossed LG put them on their TVs, especially existing ones! Apple says multiple…
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こんにちは、あかちゃん?
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This is an incredible piece of data visualisation <3 https://t.co/8PFzWNof5L

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How to Teach a Good First Day of Class via Instapaper http://bit.ly/2LT5aeL
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Its why I feel pretty mixed about social media’s version of “black excellence”. I work as a counselor a…
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10 days ago by DocDre
"The New Reading Environment," n+1
"Today’s internet, by contrast, is arbitrary and charmless. On social media, criticism once confined to the comments now comes as free-range abuse directed at other readers. Readers can address all parties instantaneously — writers, editors, publishers, and the world. And so writers who publish online peer into the fishbowl of readerly reception. Drop in some flakes and watch the fish swarm."
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I'm interested in that idea as it seems to me there are plenty of competitors for attention in…
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RT : Meine Mutter ist Pendlerin im Münchner Umland. Und begeisterte Strickerin. 2018 hat sie einen "Bahn-Verspätungsscha…
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i have been working on thawing for YEARS at this point. i can only access my rage & grief at what patriarchy that b…
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The Mexicans are paying for this wall, right? It's fundamental to the promise. Free Walls From Mex…
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Update: Internet disrupted again in following brief restoration, with much of country offline amid tensions…
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RT : Are you working on your session proposal for the 12th BPE annual meeting at
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10 days ago by jcarletonoh
Scala Best Practices - Foreword
I often find myself, both professionaly and otherwise, having to explain bits of Scala to newcomers to the language (but usually not new to programming).

Something that’s becoming increasingly obvious is that Scala developers follow a certain set of unspoken rules without really thinking about them, and never really explain them to beginners. This is not helping Scala’s reputation as a hard to learn language, which is unfortunate - it’s a language I enjoy and wish more people would learn.

This site is meant to address that, by listing and explaining all these rules I wish someone’d told me about when I was learning the language.

Comments, suggestions, … are welcome! I’m clearly not the best Scala developer out there and might have gotten things wrong, or right for the wrong reasons. If you see areas that could be improved on, feel free to open an issue!
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10 days ago by rdark
Shifting the burden: Long-term magnifying consequences - Help Net Security
Computer geeks love their acronyms. Here’s one more: TANSTAAFL. There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch. No, I’m not talking about the grilled Alaskan salmon meal you got while playing on your phone instead of listening to the vendor pitch. via Pocket
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10 days ago by regisd
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Not at all. Generally, that article is *terrible* and it really harms the reputation of Vice's very…
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세레나 윌리엄스가 비건이구나. 채식하면 힘 못 쓴다는 말에 이보다 강력한 대답이 있을까
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So in Trump’s worldview, an opposition party is the same as the enemy of the people?
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It was an interesting exercise like my old TRS-80 days, installing something, clearing caches, deleting…
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RT : This admin clearly had enough extra money to spontaneously build child detention camps all along the southern borde…
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Saudi woman Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun has left Bangkok airport 'under care of' UN agency: Thai official
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My favorite part? "EXCLUSIVE"
Like they think they're publishing the Pentagon Papers or something.
Man, at this po…
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Last night's dream, cont.: I was glad to see , even for a minute between things. A quick side hug, a "…
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15 topaktuelle Workshops mit 21 Softwarearchitektur-Experten! Bis DIESEN Donnerstag anmelden und bis zu 200 € spare…
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