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10 Views on What Microsoft's GitHub Deal Does for DevOps Users - DevOps.com
The DevOps and open source communities have been in a tizzy all week over the massive $ 7.5 billion Microsoft acquisition of GitHub . Even as many developers…
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you can have queer protagonists, and you can have a aaa video game studio that doesn't sweep allegations of sexual…
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This is also so heavily about his personal ego over country. He hates being told what to do and wants to see how fa…
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RT : Was lying in the yard looking at the sky to take an E3 news cycle break and then they ate my hat
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5 Simple Ways to Make a Huge Splash and Get Your Business Noticed Fast via
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We are pleased to announce our intention to add support for Ethereum Classic (ETC) on Coinbase in the coming months…
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This "live coverage" of a closed-door summit of which there will be no public record between two of the two homlies…
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This "live coverage" of a closed-door summit of which there will be no public record between two of the two homlies…
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Looking Back: $3.1B And Counting: US To Give Israel Biggest Military Aid Package Ever
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Y’all remember, don’t you, when Obama was given hell by the GOP - and Clinton too - for saying he’d meet leaders of…
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Here it is — Donald Trump just became the first sitting U.S. president to meet with a North Korean dictator
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The idea that "too many asylum seekers are showing up at the border" ranks anywhere in the top 100 challenges/problems the nation faces is absurd.

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When Trump met Kim.

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RT : If they were gonna reboot Jurassic Park today, the island wouldn't be the lifelong dream of Sweet Old Science Santa…
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(Pssst reminder that the reason we see more lesbians than gay men in entertainment is cis straight dudes like to wa…
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Science Has Always Been Inseparable from Politics - Scientific American Blog Network
We use the scientific method to minimize bias and maximize objectivity. That is what’s rational and unbiased. The scientific enterprise, however, is not, and it’s nothing short of clinging to a fanciful myth to suggest that it ever was.
The reality is that engaging in scientific research is a social activity and an inherently political one. Imagine for a moment that you were going to start a new country today. There are things you’d be compelled to do by default; coming up with laws, for example. Funding science is not a default position when creating a country, it’s a decision we made once as a society, and continue to revisit as we make new policies and pass budgets. Science has been linked to the politics of society since the first person thought it was a good idea to do research, and then convinced their neighbors to give them money to do it.
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RT : Over on South Korean TV broadcasts, analysts say North Korea will be very impressed with its flags side to side by…
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Don’t Eat Before Reading This | The New Yorker
A New York chef spills some trade secrets.
Anthony Bourdain's original New Yorker piece.
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That time the world had a summit and only invited dangerous, unattractive, thin-skinned narcissists who are ruining…
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Amazing that anyone believes this uncanny crapbot possesses any meaningful AI, and/or tweeted this of its own volit…
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It's such a big deal to even HEAR the North Korean leader's voice, publicly. As I reported in 2016, there was reall…
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RT : Kim Jong Un showing respect for the state of Florida. Very cool
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Kindergarten posters with self-portraits, their favorite subject, food, pet, and season.
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Huge, long wished for and legitimizing win for the NoKor regime. And we got nothing for it. No concessions to ear…
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Huge, long wished for and legitimizing win for the NoKor regime. And we got nothing for it. No concessions to ear…
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I have only successfully used ghcjs via the reflex platform. But the idea of writing haskell to run fron…
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새로운 시대의 문이 열립니다.
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RT : Trying to imagine a worse job in tech than designing a cute emoji to celebrate a murderous dictator
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RT : North Korea and the US on equal footing. Everyone go build your nukes ASAP.
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RT : Horror is the only commercial viable genre where films of low budgets are automatically taken seriously by casual f…
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Laurene Powell Jobs is investing in media, education, sports and more. What does she want?
Laurene Powell Jobs — like the inventors and disrupters who were all around her — was thinking big. It was 2004, and she was an East Coast transplant — sprung…
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Your Dad just legitimized a despot.
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I’m at the point in my life where I want fine foods, but I don’t want to put on pants.

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I’m at the point in my life where I want fine foods, but I don’t want to put on pants.

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batters 7 to 9 own a .620 OPS this season, 4th-lowest in American League. Only (.600), (…
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RT : 역서 <내 머릿속에 누군가 있다The Voices Within>가 출간되었습니다. 혼잣말하며 노는 아이의 가상친구에서부터 예술가의 영감, 소설가가 듣는 작중 인물의 목소리, 그리고 조현병자에게 들리는 환청에…
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Our customer-facing team just doubled! Welcome to Amy 🎉🦉
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Basketball is a game of runs.
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10 days ago by timlauer
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absurd that it isn't megamobility to move the room
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I think we should start a new award show... like the "Creepy AF Awards". I realize Facebook will sweet, but why not…
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Our health care is managed by crowdfunding, and now our road maintenance is managed by pizza delivery companies. I…
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Fully recommend this one RB!
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Untitled (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRT3334Szis)
My Algorithmic Accountability talk is now on youtube: Thanks to for the great videography!
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RT : I feel like we as front end developers should be doing more static websites and server-side templating. Front end f…
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