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MDN browser compatibility data: Taking the guesswork out of web compatibility – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
Building the web is hard The most powerful aspect of the web is also what makes it so challenging to build for: its universality. When you create a website,…
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How GE Went From American Icon to Astonishing Mess
In the century following the Civil War, a handful of technologies revolutionized daily existence. The lightbulb extended the day, electric appliances eased…
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10 days ago by kohlmannj
Why You Shouldn’t Use Vue.component – Front-End Society
One of my favorite features of VueJS as a framework is its passive enforcement of good software development practices. By design it does not enforce any coding style or architecture, but it makes it…
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10 days ago by kensnyder
Gourmet Hot Takes on Twitter: "… "
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Slack is the opposite of organizational memory "Interruptions

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Spectre/Meltdown Pits Transparency Against Liability: Which is More Important to You? « bunnie's blog
There is a lot of righteous anger directed toward Intel over CPU bugs that were revealed by Spectre/Meltdown. I agree that things could have been handled…
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RT : Getting a flu shot:
1) reduces the chances of getting flu by at least 1/3rd (yes, even this year)
2) reduces sympto…
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One month tonight. With KJAX and KMLB down for extended periods, it's a damn good thing it's not hurricane season.
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no idea.. all I do know is, whenever I look now, I'm completely unemployable...
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RT : The US has no one to fear in terms of military. It could eliminate 80% of its military overnight and there would st…
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RT : Despite all the comparisons with Germany '39, what this more resembles is the US intelligence community, in Latin A…
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Your effort to suggest that it is unimportant reveals that you are biased against peopl…
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RT : Después de la experiencia de este año, de precandidatos únicos en todos los partidos, habría que pensar en hacer ob…
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Nabokov, Ozil and the uses of insomnia
FEBRUARY 9, 2018 | FT | Janan Ganesh.

Why We Sleep, by Matthew Walker, a professor of neuroscience and psychology at the University of California, Berkeley.

The plain title belies a harrowing study of sleeplessness, which Walker persuasively links to cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, mental health problems and immune deficiencies....Doctors have agreed for some time on the physical penalties of inadequate sleep, a threshold they set at seven hours or less per night.....Apparently, whether you are a “morning lark” or a “night owl” is to a large extent a genetic given. Camomile tea and eye masks can only do so much against hard-wired circadian rhythms. It gives you a sense of the book’s bleakness that this counts as one of its consolations.....In dystopic fiction, the future is all resource wars and extreme climates. A more bland but equally plausible dread is what Walker calls an “epidemic” of sleeplessness, with humans paradoxically locked into a trance of exhaustion even as technology makes their physical burdens easier and ever easier.
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WeRateDogs™ on Twitter: "This is Biscuit. She hopes you’re doing well. If not, she’s available for pets. Even a hug if you’re interested. 13/10 thank you, Biscuit… https://t.co/XKIJygw0e3"
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Slack is the opposite of organizational memory
Slack is the opposite of organizational memory (cmts )
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RT : obsession with DPRK's food security. As we speak, the US government actively seeks to reduce food security for its…
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My wonderful wife, who’s been sick all week, made me ’s Chicken Noodle Soup tonight to try to soothe…
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RT : the US government has any intention of ceasing its pursuit of a regime change in DPRK. Sanctions will continue. Mil…
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When You’re a ‘Digital Nomad,’ the World Is Your Office
About Roam who offer lodgings for digital nomads, and also about the people. Not altogether flattering.
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RT : PSA: Thinking about your audience's feelings does not ruin comedy. Comedy is 100% about your audience's feelings. H…
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Try the Android app and install python, vim, etc. Great for local dev. I even run Imagemagick…
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Happy Birthday... Famous Birthdays for 11th February 2018 - 1819 - Samuel Parkman Tuckerman, composer 1898 - Leo Sz…
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Gauss: Another awesome woman scientist to shout out at today on International is the creator of…
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I put the award right into the exhibit, to replace the 8" floppy disk
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ABC net reporting.... 'Yes, I have an illegitimate daughter. So what?' - When France's former president confirmed t…
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The Korean CDC reports 20 more cases bring to toll so far to 159.…
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Government websites hijacked by cryptomining plugin
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I'd like thank for adding hair gel to my shopping list via my Google home. The Google box then inform…
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Scarcity in UX: The Psychological Bias That Became the Norm
Short analysis on the current state of affairs and a few tips to keep in mind. You know how it works. Casually watching a review on Unbox Therapy about this mug…
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Today in Rock History – February 10 - 1967, The Beatles recorded the orchestral build-up for the middle and end of…
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RT : As previously stated, foreign imports have shown to be crucial for DPRK food security because of a low availability…
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Crowd reaction to my win against DDRKOJI on AETHER.
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Behind the scenes of the original STAR TREK.
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University of Michigan Amateur Radio Club (W8UM) net Sunday night at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time on 145.23 Mhz Ann Arbor…
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Far-UVC light: A new tool to control the spread of airborne-mediated microbial diseases | Scientific Reports
Interesting results. Far-UVC ultraviolet light at particular intensities appear to be antimicrobial in public settings without being an immediate human health hazard.
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RT : controlling it chooses to let its people starve. But the latter implies that there is enough food available, and th…
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Why Are European Governments So Terrified of 'Fake News'?
In fact, a 2002 survey from the University of Gothenburg revealed 70% of Swedish journalists to be left-wing and very loyal to the Swedish state, which in modern times has historically been dominated by Social Democrat Party. Therefore, when Swedish authorities representing a Swedish left-wing government and media announce a project to combat "fake news" from "decisively influencing" the 2018 elections, this ought to set off loud alarm bells among Swedes. Who determines what constitutes "fake news" anyway? Is it not the very essence of "fake news" when a media outlet refuses to report mass sexual assaults, because the perpetrators happen to be foreigners from third world countries?
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‘Fortnight’ overtakes ‘PUBG’ record with 3.4 million players at one time
‘Fortnight’ overtakes ‘PUBG’ record with 3.4 million players at one time http://ift.tt/2CeyOoq
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