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I’ve been interviewed many times and while interviews are OK, what I enjoy a lot more are public conversations between two people. Listening to two people talking as friends and peers is more enlightening to me. via Pocket
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4 hours ago by Pheelmore
A stats-based look behind the venture capital curtain
I was catching up recently with a friend who had just celebrated her 15th year as a venture capitalist. via Pocket
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4 hours ago by Pheelmore
The Series 5 YubiKey Will Help Kill the Password | WIRED
By now it's hopefully been drilled into you to enable two-factor authentication on your online accounts, giving you more protection than a password alone. via Pocket
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23 hours ago by Pheelmore
The sad and lonely life of an Eminem fan in 2018 | The Outline
I was born in 1989, which makes me the perfect age to grow up idolizing Eminem. via Pocket
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The human brain is lazy, and in the absence of clear evaluation criteria, we substitute pattern matching. And because the culture fit screen holds a veto over other parts of the interview, this bias goes unchecked. Here’s how to fix the culture interview via Pocket
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3 days ago by Pheelmore
An Oral History of Apple's Infinite Loop | WIRED
Last month, Apple became the first company valued at a trillion dollars. With its new ring-shaped campus, all glass and curvy lines, it looks the part of a company bestriding an industry. But its dominance wasn’t always assured. via Pocket
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7 days ago by Pheelmore
Terms of Service Violation
While Alphabet faces existential challenges, its co-founder is exercising his right to be forgotten. Two decades after Page co-founded Google, his company is entering arguably its most perilous phase. Yes, its revenue continues to boom. via Pocket
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8 days ago by Pheelmore
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AS THE second world war raged, Western intellectuals wondered if civilisation could recover. George Orwell, the most brilliant of the pessimists, wrote “Animal Farm” and began work on “1984”, which saw the future as “a boot stamping on a human face—forever”. via Pocket
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10 days ago by Pheelmore
Fred Wilson & Andy Weissman: Managing Generational Change | Upfront Summit 2017 - YouTube
Fred Wilson and Andy Weissman of Union Square Ventures join Lindel Eakman of Foundry Group Next to discuss managing generational change at a venture capital firm. via Pocket
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10 days ago by Pheelmore
“Who Will Greet You at Home”
The yarn baby lasted a good month, emitting dry, cotton-soft gurgles and pooping little balls of lint, before Ogechi snagged its thigh on a nail and it unravelled as she continued walking, mistaking its little huffs for the beginnings of hunger, not the cries of an infant being undone. via Pocket
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11 days ago by Pheelmore
Matt Taibbi on the 10-Year Anniversary of the Crash – Rolling Stone
Ten years ago, on Saturday, September 13th, 2008, the world was about to end. The New York Federal Reserve was a zoo. Imagine NASA headquarters on the day a giant asteroid careens into the atmosphere. That was the New York Fed: all hands on deck, peak human panic. via Pocket
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11 days ago by Pheelmore
Yoni Appelbaum: Americans Aren’t Practicing Democracy - The Atlantic
As participation in civic life has dwindled, so has public faith in the country’s system of government. Democracy is a most unnatural act. People have no innate democratic instinct; we are not born yearning to set aside our own desires in favor of the majority’s. via Pocket
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12 days ago by Pheelmore
Editor’s Note: The American Crisis - The Atlantic
The National Constitution Center, in Philadelphia, is a monument to the benefits of pessimism. via Pocket
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12 days ago by Pheelmore
Bezos Unbound: Exclusive Interview With The Amazon Founder On What He Plans To Conquer Next
Unlike America's other tech giants, Amazon doesn't have a traditional campus. The 45,000 or so employees and executives in Seattle, out of 575,000 worldwide, fan across numerous high-rises downtown and in the South Lake Union neighborhood. via Pocket
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14 days ago by Pheelmore
Naomi Osaka’s Breakthrough Game - The New York Times
The temperature in Boca Raton had soared above 90 degrees, but on a side court at the Evert Tennis Academy, Naomi Osaka was just digging into one of her last training sessions before the summer hardcourt season. via Pocket
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14 days ago by Pheelmore
All Things Sales! 16 Mini-Lessons for Startup Founders – Andreessen Horowitz
As a former CEO and software engineer (Citrix, XenSource, VERITAS, etc. via Pocket
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15 days ago by Pheelmore
How Life (and Death) Spring From Disorder | WIRED
What’s the difference between physics and biology? Take a golf ball and a cannonball and drop them off the Tower of Pisa. The laws of physics allow you to predict their trajectories pretty much as accurately as you could wish for. via Pocket
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16 days ago by Pheelmore
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“How to Put Bitcoin into Perspective” by The Economist via Pocket
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18 days ago by Pheelmore
What are network effects? Properties,
Upcoming SlideShare Loading in …5 × What are network effects? Properties, Network Effects A N U H A R I H A R A N E T A L What are network effects? Properties, terms, and laws of networks Strategies for building network effects What aren’t network effects? Case studies of com via Pocket
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18 days ago by Pheelmore
VCV Rack - Open-source virtual modular synthesizer
The Plugin Manager now includes open-source plugins. Requires upgrading to Rack 0.6. Email contact@vcvrack.com for account assistance. via Pocket
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20 days ago by Pheelmore
The first commune in Kobane: construction and challenges | openDemocracy
During the Syrian revolution in 2011, the PYD (Democratic Union Party) party-- which has strong support among the Kurds-- took the third way. via Pocket
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20 days ago by Pheelmore
The Novels That Won Both the Hugo and Nebula Awards, Ranked - The B&N Sci-Fi and Fantasy Blog
This month, N.K. Jemisin made all kinds of SFF history by winning her third straight Hugo Award for Best Novel for The Stone Sky, the third book in the Broken Earth trilogy. via Pocket
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21 days ago by Pheelmore
The Unreachables
There are people who are so easily gas-lit and suggestible that they’ve spent the last week trashing the recently departed John McCain and his grieving family for holding a funeral. Seriously. An American POW and war hero, a man who served the country for fifty years. They went after him. via Pocket
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22 days ago by Pheelmore
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Here’s a terrific column by ⁦@bxchen⁩ that I missed, but you should not on Internet trolls via Pocket
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22 days ago by Pheelmore
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And here's another, slightly different #ChinaAfrica story - students from Cameroon, Chad, Niger, Burundi, Mali, Djibouti, and the Central African Republic at Shaolin Temple recently via Pocket
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22 days ago by Pheelmore
How TripAdvisor changed travel | News | The Guardian
The world’s biggest travel site has turned the industry upside down – but now it is struggling to deal with the same kinds of problems that are vexing other tech giants like Facebook, Google and Twitter. By via Pocket
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22 days ago by Pheelmore
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A little behind-the-scenes of TripAdvisor since its inception to now. Hiring investigative teams to bait companies selling reviews, withholding real reviews of sexual assaults (and then reinstating them) because of a “family-friendly” policy, and more. via Pocket
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22 days ago by Pheelmore
The Illegal Ramen Vendors of Postwar Tokyo - Gastro Obscura
When Japan surrendered in the Second World War, the country was in a state of ruin. Bombers from the United States had either destroyed or damaged over two million buildings, causing hordes of hungry Japanese citizens to be increasingly reliant on black markets for food. via Pocket
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26 days ago by Pheelmore
Finding Lane Lines on the Road with Computer Vision
When we drive, we use our eyes to decide where to go. The lines on the road that show us where the lanes are act as our constant reference for where to steer the vehicle. Similarly, identifying lane lines on the road is one of the most fundamental vision tasks required by autonomous driving system. via Pocket
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26 days ago by Pheelmore
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A self-driving car traditionally follows the paradigm of Sense, Plan, Act. The car senses the environment around it, utilizing sensors like LIDAR, radar and cameras. The car plans the path from point A to point B, using sensor information and other contextual information. via Pocket
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26 days ago by Pheelmore
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At Voyage we recently shared the news of Homer, our first self-driving taxi. Homer is outfitted with a whole range of sensors to aid in understanding and navigating the world, key to which is LIDAR (short for light detection and ranging). via Pocket
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26 days ago by Pheelmore
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Through this course, you will be able to identify key parts of self-driving cars and get to know Apollo architecture. You will be able to utilize Apollo HD Map, localization, perception, prediction, planning and control, and start the learning path of building a self-driving car. via Pocket
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26 days ago by Pheelmore
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wrote about Lauryn and how rare it is for imperfect women to be afforded the luxury of a celebrated legacy via Pocket
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28 days ago by Pheelmore
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Incredibly interesting and concise overview of the current state of longevity research Thanks a lot ⁦@LauraDeming⁩ for sharing and ⁦@fleipelt⁩ for the recommendation! via Pocket
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29 days ago by Pheelmore
A satellite engineer explains the challenges of space electronics - SnapEDA Blog
Whether it’s surviving a turbulent rocket launch, or warding off radiation from the galaxy, Brady Salz of Astranis in San Francisco explains some of the unique design challenges of designing printed circuit boards (PCBs) for space. Hi Brady, you’re a hardware engineer at Astranis. via Pocket
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29 days ago by Pheelmore
Aufnäher Motiv hochladen & günstig kaufen - gestickt, gedruckt, gewebt
Aufnäher (englisch: patch) sind gewobene, gestickte oder bedruckte Abzeichen mit einer langen Tradition. Je nach Organisation oder sozialer Gruppe haben Aufnäher unterschiedliche Bedeutungen. via Pocket
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29 days ago by Pheelmore
Preisanfrage, Angebot für individuelle und personalisierte Aufnäher
Erstellung: Die Erstellung eines Stickdesigns ist teilweise sehr aufwändig und zeitintensiv. Sie können uns schon bei Ihrer Angebotsanfrage sehr behilflich sein. via Pocket
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29 days ago by Pheelmore
Terms of Service Violation
After a disastrous redesign, declining daily usage, and an inability to turn a profit, the company and CEO Evan Spiegel embark on a self-improvement quest. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
New to ableton! What are your favorite effects or tricks within the program? : ableton
I commented this a while back on another post, but I've added a lot of more stuff. Some of this stuff may be advanced. Here we go: via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
I’m Not Doing Anything
Made with Atavist. Make your own. Published in Published in You've exhausted your 2 free articles per month.To keep reading, buy the issue. If you'd like to keep reading, subscribe here. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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Quote of the day: "I think I’d like to see most alts go to zero before I feel like the whole space isn’t overpriced. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
DIY Router Table and Fence Build | DIY Montreal
Years ago, I purchased a second hand router table thinking it would make it easier to make rabbets on long edges and faster to make those beveled edges. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Gerhard Behles and Robert Henke on Ableton
Robert Henke: Well I used to make music with that guy [ points to Gerhard ], and at a quite historical moment I had to make up my mind if I would want continue doing that [ making music instead of joining Ableton 100% ], and I decided to continue doing music. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Interview: Robert Henke (Monolake) - Orb Mag
Robert Henke’s captivating ability to intersect multiple grounds in one place. The iconic Robert Henke and his abilities to surprise his audience with innovative creations are still ongoing since the late ‘80s. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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Great conversation with @karaswisher on optimism as a driving force for Silicon Valley, startup myths and contrarianism, board management, and High Growth Handbook. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Luck and Reputation Matter in Venture Capital. Skill Doesn’t. | Institutional Investor
Success tends persist in venture capital, but it has little or nothing to do with investor skill, a new study had found. Rather, scoring a few early wins — investing in the right companies at the right times — gives VC firms access to better deals, which often leads to long-term outperformance. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Permafrost May Thaw Far Faster Than Expected and Accelerate Climate Change
Nikita Zimov was teaching students to do ecological fieldwork in northern Siberia when he stumbled on a disturbing clue that the frozen land might be thawing far faster than expected. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Greece’s Bailout Is Ending. The Pain Is Far From Over. - The New York Times
ATHENS — When Dimitris Zafiriou landed a coveted full-time job two months ago, the salary was only half what he earned before Greece’s debt crisis. Yet after years of struggling, it was a step up. “Now, our family has zero money left over at the end of the month,” Mr. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Let’s all go back to Tumblr | The Outline
Maybe you’re familiar with the many reasons why people hate Twitter. It’s a time sink, it enables the spread of fake news and bigotry, it encourages white hot anger predicated on context collapse, it’s allowed mildly clever people to build careers on a foundation of bullshit, and so on. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Elon Musk Has Some Fun With Tesla - Bloomberg
Man. I don’t know. I don’t know, man. Elon Musk tweeted yesterday that he is “considering taking Tesla private at $420. Funding secured,” and the internet was engulfed in a ball of flame that was visible from space. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Villa direkt am Wandlitzsee mit eigener Steganlage
Diese besondere Immobilie versprüht ihren eigenen Charme und befindet sich auf einem sehr gepflegten Grundstück mit einer Fläche von insgesamt 3.223 m² (inklusive Wasserfläche von 872 m²). via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by Pheelmore
GitHub - nasa-jpl/open-source-rover: A build-it-yourself, 6-wheel rover based on the rovers on Mars!
The JPL Open Source Rover is an open source, build it yourself, scaled down version of the 6 wheel rover design that JPL uses to explore the surface of Mars. The Open Source Rover is designed almost entirely out of consumer off the shelf (COTS) parts. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
JPL's Open Source Build-It-Yourself Rover
Learn to build robots: Build your very own Mars rover at home! Ever wanted to build. your own Mars rover? Well now, you can. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change - The New York Times
Thirty years ago, we had a chance to save the planet. The science of climate change was settled. The world was ready to act. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
How Chamath Palihapitiya Wants to Disrupt Silicon Valley | Time
Chamath Palihapitiya could be reveling in the status quo. The venture capitalist made a fortune serving as an early Facebook executive, started his own firm that now manages more than $2 billion in assets and even owns a piece of the NBA champions Golden State Warriors. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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Sign in with a different account Create account One Google Account for everything Google via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Searching for Sound: Simón Mejía | Ableton
With musical influences from Africa, Europe, the Caribbean and the indigenous population, the South American country of Colombia has long been fertile ground for new hybrid styles to develop. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
US Supreme Court basketball: Highest Court history, stories | SI.com
This story appears in the July 30, 2018, issue of Sports Illustrated. For more great storytelling and in-depth analysis, subscribe to the magazine—and get up to 94 percent off the cover price. Click here for more.  via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Schlitterbahn's Tragic Slide – Texas Monthly
A half century earlier, in 1966, a Houston accountant named Bob Henry told his wife, Billye, that he was tired of city life. He said he wanted to raise their three children in a small town, just as he had been raised. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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The lack of diversity within venture capital is something I have been hard at work to try and remedy and I write about frequently. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Uncanny Mind That Built Ethereum | WIRED
I met Vitalik Buterin for the first time in Miami, during a Bitcoin conference in 2014. I had been invited by a Bitcoiner I knew in New York to stay at a beach house with a team of developers who were working on the next big thing, a technology called Ethereum. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Nike Says Its $250 Running Shoes Will Make You Run Much Faster. What if That’s Actually True? - The New York Times
If a running shoe made you 25 percent faster, would it be fair to wear it in a race? What about 10 percent? Or 2 percent? The Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4% — a bouncy, expensive shoe released to the public one year ago — raises these questions like no shoe in recent distance running history. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Why Read the Classics? | by Italo Calvino | The New York Review of Books
Why Read the Classics? , translated by October 9, 1986 Issue Let us begin with a few suggested definitions.1) The classics are the books of which we usually hear people say: “I am rereading…” and never “I am reading…. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Woodturning Big Ugly Burl into Dragon Egg : ArtisanVideos
Burls arent ugly. They have great personalities. This whole video is basically a makeover montage. If only this burl had thought to take off their glasses and let their hair down. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Full Midi CC Map layout for anyone who needs to repurpose their Ableton Push 2 for other software. : ableton
49Full Midi CC Map layout for anyone who needs to repurpose their Ableton Push 2 for other software. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Best summer books 2018, as picked by writers and cultural figures – part two | Books | The Guardian
From Pulitzer prize-winners to Penguin classics, poetry anthologies to the latest page-turners, here are the books to take to the beach this summer Illustrations by Leon Edler Maggie O’Farrell I loved Andrew Sean Greer’s Pulitzer prize-winning Less (Little, Brown) and I can’t think of via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
55 Recipes for 90-Degree Days - Recipes from NYT Cooking
Prior to receiving The New Essentials of French Cooking for free, please confirm your email address below. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Subscribe to read | Financial Times
Gain a global perspective on the US and go beyond with curated news and analysis from 600 journalists in 50+ countries covering politics, business, innovation, trends and more. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by Pheelmore
jwz: engineering pornography
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 89 10:27 PDT From: "Thomas L. Mc Mahon"
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12 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Apple Engineers Its Own Downfall With the Macbook Pro Keyboard | iFixit
A titan of tech and industrial innovation has been laid low by a mere speck of dust. Last week, Apple quietly announced that they were extending the warranty on their flagship laptop’s keyboard to four years. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Wood Cuts & Shrinkage | Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement
Use of Canadian Woodworking's Website and It's Content This website is presented with the understanding that: The authors, editors and related web personnel are not responsible for the results of any actions taken on the basis of information on this website, nor for any errors or omissions; This via Pocket
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