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Autoplay is an instrument of the devil. Google and Chrome just made it worse.
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It's official. All new homes in California will require solar panels starting in 2020
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RT : Mini thread on a classic distributed pattern: Leader Election. It's a classic for a reason: systems become much eas…
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Broader than American phenomenon; 1/5th of Nobel prizes on 0.2% of world population. According to…
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Nathan Eovaldi appreciation tweet.
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Microsoft customers will continue using Windows 7 for 25 years.

Microsoft customers pay for Office 365…
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1. Chris Eason signs absentee ballot but fills in no votes

2. He says McCrae Dowless collects the unsealed ballot…
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9 days ago by andriak
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I have a mf’ing MBA in squirrel procrastinating.

“Oh hello thing I’m actually supposed to…
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Internal Facebook documents show how the company makes deals for data - The Verge
The UK Parliament today released a 250-page cache of previously sealed Facebook documents, revealing internal deliberations at the highest levels of the company, as executives including Mark Zuckerberg made crucial decisions on how to handle users’ data.
Facebook has long said that it does not sell access to its users’ data, and nothing in the documents directly contradicts that claim. But the documents, released by British lawmaker Damian Collins, give a glimpse into how a company of Facebook’s scope makes decisions about deals surrounding data access, including when it decides to work with other companies — and when it decides to take action against them.
250-PAGE CACHE FROM UK PARLIAMENT
In emails released as part of the cache, Facebook executives are shown dealing with other major tech companies on “whitelisting” for its platform. According to Collins, the agreements allowed the companies access to user data after new restrictions were put in place to end most companies’ access. Companies offered access included Netflix and Airbnb, according to the emails.
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Right wing media are under a different kind of competitive pressure: there is no price to pay for lying but there i…
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RT : JavaScipt Systems Music: Learning web audio by recreating the works of Steve Reich and Brian Eno…
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We'll send this report to their department to make them aware of what happened for the supposed to be sche…
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Throwback to the time Chris Bradley called me a showoff on the news last year... Dude was much more than a meteorol…
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Okay folks I know the Wham! Game rule is that covers don't count, but this Target has just played 2 different cover…
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Absolutely right. The reporting on has been a team effort.
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It’s remarkable how much direct access AOC gives us to the process of becoming a legislator, but one reason this ki…
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It’s remarkable how much direct access AOC gives us to the process of becoming a legislator, but one reason this ki…
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It’s remarkable how much direct access AOC gives us to the process of becoming a legislator, but one reason this ki…
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It’s remarkable how much direct access AOC gives us to the process of becoming a legislator, but one reason this ki…
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It’s remarkable how much direct access AOC gives us to the process of becoming a legislator, but one reason this ki…
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En tout cas en 11 ans de Twitter, je n'ai jamais vu ma timeline ne parler que d'un sujet comme celui là…
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So, the tl;dr: IE6 was bad because it stagnated the Web after locking the ecosystem into its closed source runtime.…
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9 days ago by artlung
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You have countless competing browsers built on top of the Chromium codebase—not to mention embedders and entirely n…
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In the end it took 5+ years of Microsoft standing still and ignoring the Web (with IE in maintenance mode) before M…
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9 days ago by artlung
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By the turn of the century IE had captured the Web ecosystem. And with IE6 Microsoft stopped development—stalling t…
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9 days ago by artlung
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The whole "Chrome is the new IE6" argument is objectively wrong, and really the worst kind of FUD. So, I'm going to…
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You have countless competing browsers built on top of the Chromium codebase—not to mention embedders and entirely n…
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9 days ago by artlung
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Contrast that history with Chrome today. Chromium (Chrome's codebase) is community developed open source software.…
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9 days ago by artlung
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Also contrary to IE6, Chrome is far from stagnant as a product. In fact Chromium is so actively developed that othe…
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That's why the Chromium developer community includes such a diverse mix of contributors—ranging from competing tech…
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RT : I fed a list of existing board games to a markov generator and had it generate new game titles:
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Robots in the field: farms embracing autonomous technology
Faced with seesawing commodity prices and the pressure to be more efficient and environmentally friendly, farmer Jamie Butler is trying out a new worker on his 450-acre farm in England’s Hampshire countryside.
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MS virtual machines for browser testing ... anyone had success with these ? They fail to lo…
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Cameraman visiting us today as part of filming for a promotional video looking at technology use in rural schools.…
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RT : From the npm developer survey: "How could npm make it easier for authors to make money from their packages?"

I *lo…
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oh my GOD, yes, you kind of did? but I'm also... baffled that they didn't know?…
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Mo Cahill (@mocahill) on Twitter
And one in Dublin that’s the first store I’ve seen that features my name
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