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RT : My father died in Puerto Rico between Irma and Maria.

He died alone, without power, without his medication.

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10 days ago by burritojustice
Vi ser etter nye styremedlemmer til NNUG Oslo! - NNUG Oslo (Oslo) | Meetup
RT : Vi ser etter nye styremedlemmer til NNUG Oslo. Vil du være med og bidra?
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10 days ago by pavsaund
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And not just hog lagoons: sewage treatment plants and toxic waste sites get flooded as well
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10 days ago by andriak
Rebrand 2018 | Case studies | Design at Uber

A tech startup turned global mobility platform in eight
short years: that deserves a holistic brand system that’s instantly
recognizable, works around the world, and is efficient to execute.
Uber  rebrand 
10 days ago by pimvd
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Republicans on Senate Judiciary Committee are voting down motions by Dem senators to release Kavanaugh's records be…
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RT : 1992: JPEG develops revolutionary compression standard with 10:1 ratio.

2007: Research breakthrough in redundancy…
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Sure. I'm fascinated by how the commercials for POI & even press releases made it…
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10 days ago by maura
Valley News - Column: A ‘Clean Energy’ Bill Shouldn’t Include Trash Burning
New Hampshire legislators will decide today whether to saddle Eversource and Unitil ratepayers with a multimillion-dollar subsidy for a major source of pollution in the Concord area, to be paid on their monthly electric bill.
valleynews  column  biomass  legislation  sununu  veto 
10 days ago by eversourcenh
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I try to not tweet about trump shit, but this is so dangerous:
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10 days ago by steveklabnik
Poverty Rate Drops for Third Consecutive Year in 2017
The national poverty rate continued to decline in 2017, the third successive decline in the poverty rate, according to U.S. Census Bureau data released today.

The poverty rate dropped consistently every year from 2015 to 2017 — a total of 2.5 percentage points — to a rate of 12.3 percent in 2017.
economy  america  gallup 
10 days ago by JohnDrake
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Rant on this final primary day of 2018: New York state's voting laws discourage voter participation.

No early voti…
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10 days ago by girma
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The breeze in the leaves is tapping us on the shoulder, announcing its arrival
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10 days ago by andriak
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@alistapart : “Our efforts to measure and improve UX are packed with tragically ironic attempts to love our users: we ‘improve’ our app experiences by bloating them with analytics, split testing, behavioral analysis, and Net Promoter Score popovers.”@jlengstorf https://t.co/laqtE3f7OL : http://twitter.com/alistapart/status/1040247499297091585
design  web-design  layout  art  webdev  graphic  graphicdesign  graphic-design  web-dev  photoshop  Adobe  type  typography  font  fonts 
10 days ago by dcolanduno
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RT : This ✨magical link✨ shows your Twitter timeline in true chronological order—without retweets, liked tweets, or any…
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10 days ago by codepo8
Primary winners shift their focus to November’s general election
Hours after her convincing victory in the Democratic gubernatorial primary, Molly Kelly was back on the campaign trail.
concordmonitor  Candidates  sununu  contributions  kelly 
10 days ago by eversourcenh
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After Fager and Moonves, my column on the broader culture of misogyny at media outlets -- and its incalculable costs https://t.co/ui1xA6U7jl

— Margaret…
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10 days ago by mathewi
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That is lovely
"At every University of Iowa football game, at the end of the first quarter…
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10 days ago by codepo8
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Part of Trumps pattern of strategy, one he stole from Hitler, is to deny a fact and repeat it. He does this both by…
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10 days ago by ninthart
What is Systems Programming, Really? | Will Crichton
I have a gripe with the phrase "systems programming." To me, it always seemed to unnecessarily combine two ideas: low-level programming (dealing with implementation details of the machine) and systems design (creating and managing a complex set of interoperating components). Why is that the case? How long has this been true? And what could we gain from redefining the idea of systems?
architecture  rust  prog  argument 
10 days ago by kmt
The Nintendo King and the Midlife Crisis | WIRED
An article about "Pat the NES Punk," Pat Contri.
video  games  nintendo 
10 days ago by ddribin
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If the leftists in Europe are happy to recieve muslim illegal immigrants - they are very welcome

Take them all and…
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10 days ago by piotrwojcicki
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Really enjoyed recording this one! 11 Habits of Highly Effective Developers
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10 days ago by knutmelvaer
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is there a correlation with the new iPhone announcements? Or are you a convert to Neil deGrasse Tyson’s…
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RT : Those who have fled Maria have been slow to register to vote. Maybe this appalling statement will change that…
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10 days ago by burritojustice
Apple Watch 4 hands-on: bigger is better - The Verge
Apple just announced a redesigned Apple Watch Series 4, with a bigger display, faster processor, and built-in EKG scanner. The display looks great. It isn’t quite edge-to-edge, but it makes the Series 3 look pretty cramped. The colors are bright and vivid on a fully black background.
Archive  Pocket  feedly  ifttt 
10 days ago by brokenrhino
Under Fire, Robert Mueller Has a Novel P.R. Strategy: Silence - The New York Times
Since his appointment 16 months ago as special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III has granted no interviews and held no news conferences. The spokesman for his office is known around Washington as “Mr. No-Comment.” Even public sightings are rare: A photograph of Mr.
Archive  business  day  ifttt  nyt 
10 days ago by satoyuta
The Banks Changed. Except for All the Ways They’re the Same. - The New York Times
A decade ago this week, Wall Street imploded. Read our special coverage. The big banks have changed in many ways. Listen to their chief executives. Look at their businesses. Dive into their balance sheets.
Archive  business  day  ifttt  nyt 
10 days ago by satoyuta
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As a white person, do I have to apologise and do more to root out the problem in my ‘community’ now? (I think that’…
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10 days ago by Fallingbadgers
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Also ‘most people don’t trust journalism’ is a problematic phrase. Not sure we know what that means
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10 days ago by mathewi
Everything I Learned In Film School In Under 3 Minutes : Filmmakers
Everything I Learned In Film School In Under 3 Minutes via /r/Filmmakers
IFTTT  Reddit 
10 days ago by jdoecrow
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RT : Warmer planet = warmer seas = bigger storms and more moisture in the air. Not too long ago we fretted about drought…
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10 days ago by burritojustice
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What’s lacking? The old bigger media staffs who ask really localized questions or add localized knowledge about spe…
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10 days ago by andriak
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RT : If you get in a car wreck and die from your injuries afterward, you still died in a car wreck.
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Mayor of tiny Seven Springs, NC, which now has just 1/2 the people it did before Matthew hit: "If we have another s…
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10 days ago by andriak
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This fight over Florida Supreme Court justices is critical for preserving democracy: If Gov. Rick Scott gets to sta…
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10 days ago by andriak
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After Fager and Moonves, my column on the broader culture of misogyny at media outlets -- and its incalculable cost…
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10 days ago by mathewi
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How to report on Trump tweets / how not to report on Trump tweets
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10 days ago by mattgriffin
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How to report on Trump tweets / how not to report on Trump tweets
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Only because it makes their day more difficult. Clearly not because they care about Puerto Rico or Puerto Ricans—be…
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10 days ago by kohlmannj
CSS dismissal is about exclusion, not technology
"It's become increasingly clear that the 'debate' about CSS is not about technology. It's about gender privilege and exclusion."

As frontend work reaches its zenith, we're seeing the "soft" women-coded roles being increasingly devalued.
web  css  cssinjs  feminism 
10 days ago by sonniesedge
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