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RT : Loved Two Plains & a Fancy. Jarmuschian “spa western” with an amazingly funny turn from Laetitia Dosch. Mileage may…
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RT : I haven't generated nearly enough hate mail lately, so today I took a whack at why Arsenal (and to a lesser extent…
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After almost 20 years of explaining websites don't need to look the same in all browsers I think I'm done. You have…
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After almost 20 years of explaining websites don't need to look the same in all browsers I think I'm done. You have…
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After almost 20 years of explaining websites don't need to look the same in all browsers I think I'm done. You have…
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After almost 20 years of explaining websites don't need to look the same in all browsers I think I'm done. You have…
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After almost 20 years of explaining websites don't need to look the same in all browsers I think I'm done. You have…
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Cover information for my "Big-brained " series on . Data is always more important than code & no…
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10 days ago by uche
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RT : Ann Arbor folks, Prop A is very bad and you should vote against it
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The status of Custom Elements was changed from "Under Consideration" to "In Development" https://t.co/zd20fN1aHw

— Edge Platform Updates (@MSEdgeUpdates) October 8, 2018
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10 days ago by abraham
Google Will Shut Down Google Plus After User Information Was Exposed - The New York Times
Google said it would shut down Google Plus, the company’s floundering answer to Facebook, after it discovered a security vulnerability that exposed the private data of up to 500,000 users of the service.
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10 days ago by odelano
In a Mississippi Restaurant, Two Americas Coexist Side by Side
Amid fried catfish and sweet tea, two friends in Mississippi, who agree on next to nothing about politics, navigate their differences as part of their daily…
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10 days ago by evansims
Containers and their contents | ROUGH TYPE
I’d like to add another item to your list: maybe books won’t survive the transition to digital devices, any more than scrolls survived the transition to movable type.
10 days ago by itst
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Does RealMe make sense in a web that has begun to favour decentralisation?
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10 days ago by ricmac
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I swear I’m not intentionally trying to get stranded in boston tonight but it does happen to coincide nicely with s…
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10 days ago by maura
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When tweets in my timeline collide:
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RT : Jefferson on “strict constitutionalism”, as inscribed on his Memorial:
❝We might as well require a man to wear the…
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10 days ago by skybondsor
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So happy the new brand is great because those heroes sponsor everything good in the world and I see it e…
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10 days ago by matthewb
MEASUREMENTS: RME ADI-2 Pro FS as DAC (Part II - frequency response, noise, distortion and jitter)
I. RightMark Testing A. 16/44 Since the set-up is in loopback mode for the RME ADI-2 Pro FS, I have to keep the samplerate and bit-depth the same, the ADI-2 Pro…
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10 days ago by johnrclark
RMAF 2018: Islands in the AudioStream
Rocky Mountain Audio Fest has been a glorious non-linear, stream-of-consciousness tilt-a-whirl of audiophile OCD immersion. And this is only my first post on…
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10 days ago by johnrclark
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RT : . is hiring a Technical Lead! Based in London, 4 days a week and working on tools to help people coord…
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10 days ago by mrchrisadams
Puppy-killing scientist smuggles rainforest babies in body cavity – The Smaller Majority
Things started veering off course after I got home. Some of the mosquito bites kept itching and, rather than disappearing, started to get bigger. It didn’t take me long to realize that I had brought with me, embedded in tiny holes in my skin, larvae of the Human bot fly (Dermatobia hominis). This was not the first time for me to have this parasite. What was new was the number of these animals that had made my body their home – at least six of them were feeding on both my arms, with four spaced only a millimeter apart on my right forearm. In the end, only three of them survived the first week. One of the surviving larvae was on my elbow. It was a nasty little thing, very active and painful. It had to go. But I decided to keep the two remaining larvae. As strange as it sounds, I felt bad about killing them, but I also had never seen an adult bot fly, and this was my chance.
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10 days ago by whitequark
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Sorry I’ve been so quiet lately, busy porting BBEdit to Linux. https://t.co/LYQP56ewAl

— Rich Siegel (@siegel) October 8, 2018
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10 days ago by mjtsai
Netflix, Already a Studio in All But Name, Is Buying a Studio
Netflix is in final negotiations to purchase an eight sound stage production studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico, says it will create up to 1,000 jobs per year
10 days ago by joeo10
The Scandal of Democracy: Seven Theses
RT : "In a democracy, no one’s vote should count for more than any other person’s vote."
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10 days ago by gregbrown
The Real Reason All These Crossovers Are Selling Like Crazy
“The real reason SUVs and crossovers are performing so well isn’t as much about cargo space, all-wheel drive for bad weather or our desire to own vehicles that project an image of rugged, outdoorsy individuality: it’s just that for an aging and increasingly unfit population, they’re just easier to get in and out of.”
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10 days ago by handcoding
Private equity investment in infrastructure booming
Private-equity firms are on track to raise a record amount for infrastructure investing in 2018, as money managers bet on the growing need to upgrade and expand the world’s railroads, natural gas pipelines and data centres.
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10 days ago by tioaus
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I was a big Turbografx-16 fan as a kid, but I've never owned a Japanese version until… right now! My desk now hosts…
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10 days ago by areitz
iTWire - Internet Australia asks Dutton to consult widely on encryption bill
Internet Australia, a not-for-profit that claims to represent Internet users in the country, has urged Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton to intervene in what it characterises as "the inadequate consultation process" over the encryption bill that was presented to Parliament last month.
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10 days ago by tioaus
Tweet by Mike Rosenberg on Twitter
10/7/18, 9:21 PM
In San Jose (median home: $1.1M) teachers are commuting 4 hours a day and 1 in 7 teachers quit each year. The school district wants to build housing for the teachers.
Naturally 5,000 locals signed a petition against it because it might lower home values
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10 days ago by audrey
Is Putin’s power wavering? What the GRU spy story says • Medium
Rudolf Van Der Berg:
<p>hacking the OPCW was strategically completely unimportant to Russia. Yes, the Skripal poisoning and the Chemical Warfare in Syria cases were investigated, but all the fingers had already pointed to Russia. Russia knew it had done both things. All they would figure out is that the OPCW is competent at its job and found traces of Russia’s wrong doing. Of course spies want to know everything, for example the (confidential) sources of data. However why this warranted an attack on such short notice, with such great risk is unclear. When you already know the answer to the question of the researchers and the timing of publication is quite clear, why send four guys with haste and diplomatic passports? It is so undiplomatic. To me it shows the clique around Putin is extremely unsure about themselves and their position. They need to know ahead what the outcome of the OPCW research is, otherwise they fear for their position.

The WADA/IOC hacking shows some spy tradecraft and to some extent it is understable, that Russia wants to know which delegates compromised themselves while online at these events. It may help Russia’s case (and it appears it did, as Russia can play again) However, you also have to wonder why this is a case for high ranking hackers from the most serious Russian intelligence agency. I mean, stealing the plans of a new USA missile seems a far better use of military intelligence. Really this is what you spent your time on? Why? It shows the insecurities of Russian leaders.</p>


The comical nature of the GRU's attempts to hack the OPCW, and the public shaming meted out by the Dutch and British intelligence services, must have hurt. But this is payback for years of interference abroad.
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10 days ago by charlesarthur
iTWire - Telstra may cut mobile prices to keep market share: report
Telstra may reduce the prices for its mobile plans so that it keeps its existing share of the market as competition grows, a report claims. The Australian Financial Review reported that Telstra chief executive Andy Penn had said during an interview he was sure that the telco, Australia's largest, would be able to maintain its prices which are always higher than its competitors, because of its network and service.
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10 days ago by tioaus
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Had a great conversation with this afternoon! And don't miss the first televised debate on October 1…
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10 days ago by mengyuanli
iTWire - Nokia partners UTS in 5G skills accelerator
Nokia is partnering with the University of Technology Sydney to launch a new training facility — the Nokia 5G Skills Accelerator — aimed at increasing Australian industry knowledge and skills in next-generation telecommunications technologies.
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10 days ago by tioaus
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It shouldn’t. She was simply pointing out sarcastically that he’s fine, while Blasey F…
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10 days ago by tomcoates
Balance of safety sought for digital
Delegates to a cyber-crime conference starting today in Melbourne will be warned that powers given to governments to monitor citizens electronically will be very difficult to withdraw once they have been introduced.
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10 days ago by tioaus
iTWire - MNF Group to buy Inabox in deal worth up to $33.5 million
Australian-listed telecommunications software and services provider MNF Group is set to acquire managed IT cloud and telecommunications services company Inabox Group in a deal valued at between $30.5 million and $33.5 million.
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10 days ago by tioaus
Phone scam: Little-known scam you won't know about until hijackers already have your identity
Two seemingly innocuous text messages from Optus were the first signs that hackers had taken control of a Sydney woman's mobile phone and were rapidly stealing her identity.
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10 days ago by tioaus
Nokia-backed ‘5G’ training centre launched at UTS - Computerworld
A new training facility at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) will provide students, researchers and industry personnel with access to next-generation telecommunications equipment.
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10 days ago by tioaus
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My first 2018 inktobers 🦋🌙🍄🌿
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10 days ago by lurrel
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RT : My first , with a big HT to It's on 's troubles (and one soluti…
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10 days ago by mshook
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This is interesting. This account fairly likely to be a bot- number salad after the name, interactions w other bot…
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10 days ago by mellowfish
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RT : No, the Senate didn't hit "rock bottom" with the Kavanaugh fight. Rock bottom was the centuries in which sexual ass…
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10 days ago by charisse
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10 days ago by Arduinna
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Serious question.
Do you want a congress bought and paid for by dark money and who stay in office for 40 years?

I…
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10 days ago by mengyuanli
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You don’t get to say, “well you should have investigated the crime earlier, but you di…
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10 days ago by tomcoates
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@CreativeBloq : You'll soon be on your way to self-promotion success with these expert networking tips. https://t.co/zb9uB07UIW https://t.co/HrM3v7ydp9 (via Twitter http://twitter.com/CreativeBloq/status/1049404216522022914)
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10 days ago by dcolanduno
A Nobel prize for breaking through the hurdles placed by economists – Core Economics
A Nobel prize for breaking through the hurdles placed by economists climate change and innovation economic
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10 days ago by iWarwick
Why The Tech Industry Wants Federal Control Over Data Privacy Laws
The tech industry wants federal control over data privacy laws because state frameworks, like California's new privacy law, are seen as a major threat
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