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Who Cares? : On Nags, Martyrs, the Women Who Give Up, and the Men Who Don’t Get It
“Just let me do it,” I told Rob as I watched him struggle to fold our daughter’s fitted sheet shortly after he took over laundry duty. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by deusx
Inform: Past, Present, Future
This is the talk and slides from the June 2018 London IF meetup, held at Elephant Studios in London South Bank University on 9 June 2018. I was invited to speak about Inform, past, present and future. via Pocket
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november 2018 by deusx
The rise of 'pseudo-AI': how tech firms quietly use humans to do bots' work | Technology | The Guardian
It’s hard to build a service powered by artificial intelligence. So hard, in fact, that some startups have worked out it’s cheaper and easier to get humans to behave like robots than it is to get machines to behave like humans. via Pocket
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october 2018 by deusx
My Serverless Adventure - Blazing Edge
After several React Native posts, now it’s time for me to reflect on the experience I had building Serverless application, differences with building standard APIs with IaaS/PaaS with Express/Koa and utilizing FaaS service model. via Pocket
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october 2018 by deusx
The sound of SID: 35 years of chiptune's influence on electronic music
It can be hard to write about the music of videogames while we are bathed in the projected glory of today’s high-definition, 4K, 60-frames-per-second photorealistic graphics. via Pocket
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october 2018 by deusx
Gamasutra: Sebastien BENARD's Blog - Building the Level Design of a procedurally generated Metroidvania: a hybrid approach.
My name is Sebastien Benard and I'm currently working as the Lead Designer on Dead Cells, a procedurally generated Metroidvania. As you would expect, questions about the quality of our procedural generation pop up very regularly, with both players and other devs. via Pocket
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september 2018 by deusx
Relect - Neo Exdeath [虚無] by wavforme | Free Listening on SoundCloud
Comic Market Day1 East Area Z-01ab "wavforme & Compllege" / 2017.12.29 Composer: @relect-jp Mastering: @tomohikotogashi Artwork: SWAV Design: SoU
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july 2018 by deusx
Salvation Code by Scandroid | Free Listening on SoundCloud
https://ift.tt/1TYszcN Red and Raven have scoured the depths of the ancient wasteland they call home for something lost and buried, something revolutionary. What they unearthed was the New Retro sound of a forgotten era. Together, they formed Scandroid to bring that sound into their world. Based in an abandoned warehouse in Old Tokyo, they are surrounded by ancient technology and sound from the era of the 1980s. Beneath the shadow of the elite and unreachable Neo-Tokyo, they plan their revolution… https://ift.tt/2K1EP0o https://ift.tt/2Ik7OXp http://www.twitter.com/ScandroidMusic http://www.youtube.com/ScandroidOfficial https://ift.tt/2K02ONm Listen to Scandroid on Spotify! - http://spoti.fi/11Mpl2h
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june 2018 by deusx
Stewart Brand Recalls First 'Spacewar' Video Game Tournament - Rolling Stone
The first video game tournament was held on October 19th, 1972. Competitors gathered at the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab in Los Altos, California to do battle in the sci-fi rocket combat game Spacewar. via Pocket
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december 2017 by deusx
Neoliberalism – the ideology at the root of all our problems | Books | The Guardian
Financial meltdown, environmental disaster and even the rise of Donald Trump – neoliberalism has played its part in them all. Why has the left failed to come up with an alternative? Imagine if the people of the Soviet Union had never heard of communism. via Pocket
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november 2017 by deusx
On Quiet Developers – Seán Hanson – Medium
As a UI engineer, I’m as passionate about diversity and accessibility in the tech industry as I am about JavaScript. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
End of the road: will automation put an end to the American trucker? | Technology | The Guardian
Jeff Baxter’s sunflower-yellow Kenworth truck shines as bright and almost as big as the sun. Four men clean the glistening cab in the hangar-like truck wash at Iowa 80, the world’s largest truck stop. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
Insentricity :: Testing DRAM Using an Arduino ::
A couple of weekends ago I was in the mood to do some retrogaming and didn’t know what I wanted to play so I asked for some suggestions from Twitter. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
Las Vegas should entirely change how we think about gun control.
In 2004, a blue-ribbon commission issued its report on the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Many lapses had allowed the plot to succeed, the report concluded, but the central failure was a lack of imagination. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
An overview of Containers for add-on developers ★ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
Containers enable users to log in to multiple accounts on the same site simultaneously, and give users the ability to segregate site data for improved privacy and security. At Firefox, we have been working on Containers for quite some time. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
Deploying ES2015+ Code in Production Today — Philip Walton
Most web developers I talk to these days love writing JavaScript with all the newest language features—async/await, classes, arrow functions, etc. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
A Program from a 35 Year Old Magazine for “BASIC Month” and a Chat with Its Author | Byte Cellar
July was BASIC Month over at r/Retrobattlestations and for that competition I decided to reach for my TI-99/4A and type in a TI Extended BASIC game called Pearl Harbor from the 1983 issue of Electronic Fun with Computers & Games…for the second time in 35 years. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
The rise of the internet's 'dirtbag left' - Macleans.ca
Earlier this year, a sloppily doodled MS Paint comic appeared on Reddit—the online news aggregator and so-called “front page of the internet”—juxtaposing images of 20th-century fascism with more modern symbols of far-right political thought. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
How to design a great Metroidvania map | PC Gamer
There's something uniquely satisfying about exploring the intricate 2D spaces of games modeled after Metroid and Castlevania. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
Higher Order Components in React - Blog | SitePen
Traditionally, engineers use mixins, decorators, inheritance, and plain code duplication to add common functionality to a handful of components. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
403 Forbidden
Movable type was about books, but it wasn’t just about books. Ideas spread. Literacy spiked. The elite monopoly on education and government started to crack. Luther’s 95 Theses were printed on a press, rocking Europe, and he issued “broadsheets. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
DRM will unravel the Web -- DustyCloud Brainstorms
I'm a web standards author and I participate in the W3C. I am co-editor of the ActivityPub protocol, participate in a few other community groups and working groups, and I consider it an honor to have been able to participate in the W3C process. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
Sign up for a free IFTTT account - IFTTT
This post originally appeared on the NPR Extra blog. Since launching NPR One in 2014, we’ve been working to deliver a news and storytelling experience that meets users in all the places they are now and will be in the future. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
Donald Trump Is the First White President - The Atlantic
The foundation of Donald Trump’s presidency is the negation of Barack Obama’s legacy. It is insufficient to state the obvious of Donald Trump: that he is a white man who would not be president were it not for this fact. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
Here's How Breitbart And Milo Smuggled White Nationalism Into The Mainstream
In August, after a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville ended in murder, Steve Bannon insisted that "there's no room in American society" for neo-Nazis, neo-Confederates, and the KKK. via Pocket
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october 2017 by deusx
The Afterlife of Digital Ghosts – ZEAL – Medium
[This essay was funded through Patreon & Medium under the ZEAL project. ZEAL aims to provide high quality criticism of rarely discussed games and comics, and showcase the talents of exciting new writers and artists. via Pocket
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september 2017 by deusx
302 Found
The first Bitcoin paper was first released in 2008. My excitement about the potential of blockchain technology has been building ever since.  Decentralized digital currency, once just a far-fetched goal, is finally making inroads into the mainstream. via Pocket
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september 2017 by deusx
Breadboard a Computer
This small system has been tested, and it works! The aim of this page is to show you how to breadboard a computer, step by step, for the purpose of understanding how a computer system works. via Pocket
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august 2017 by deusx
302 Found
Two weeks ago, I became intrigued with the idea of doing some form of real-time lighting on the PICO-8, a tiny fantasy console. via Pocket
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august 2017 by deusx
Vanishing Point: How the Light Grid Defined 1980s Futurism
Of all the visual shorthand for a particular type of outmoded futurism, one of the most immediately recognizable—like the chrome lettering with which it is often paired—must be the light grid. via Pocket
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july 2017 by deusx
Introverts Don't Hate People, They Hate Shallow Socializing
I like to make jokes about how much I hate people. As an introvert, it’s easy to do. via Pocket
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july 2017 by deusx
How 'Super Metroid' Inspired a Generation of Game Makers - Glixel
Donald Mustard remembers poring over previews of the sci-fi game Super Metroid in Nintendo Power magazine back in the summer of 1994. He remembers mowing lawns in the hot Houston sun so he could save up enough money to buy the game on launch day. via Pocket
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march 2017 by deusx
Donald Trump will be countered by cities: Social scientist Benjamin Barber on the emergence of a new urban radicalism — Quartz
The election of Donald Trump has left the Democratic party defanged. Despite winning the popular vote, the Democrats now face four years of a radically right wing executive and at least two years in the minority in both houses of Congress. via Pocket
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december 2016 by deusx
America is more fragile than you think: A Marine Corps officer on why voters must defeat Donald Trump — Quartz
When I came back from Iraq the second time, I had trouble driving. My tours as a Marine had shown me how easily metal could tear through flesh. Now I was acutely aware that life is precarious. I was amazed that people could be blasé while driving 80 mph. via Pocket
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november 2016 by deusx
A controversial theory may explain the real reason humans have allergies — Quartz
For me, it was hornets. One summer afternoon when I was 12, I ran into an overgrown field near a friend’s house and kicked a hornet nest the size of a football. An angry squadron of insects clamped onto my leg; their stings felt like scorching needles. via Pocket
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october 2016 by deusx
sectordub.itch.io
PICO-8 is a fantasy console to make, share and play tiny games and other computer programs. PICO-8 Zine is a 48-page fanzine made by and for PICO-8 users. via Pocket
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october 2016 by deusx
A history of the Amiga, part 9: The Video Toaster | Ars Technica
When personal computers first came into the world in the late 1970s, there wasn’t always an obvious use for them. via Pocket
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may 2016 by deusx
Inside the NSA’s shockingly successful simulated hack of the U.S. military.
Excerpted from Dark Territory: The Secret History of Cyber War by Fred Kaplan. Out now from Simon & Schuster. On Wednesday, March 9, Kaplan will discuss his book in New York; for more information and to RSVP, visit the New America website. via Pocket
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may 2016 by deusx
Vut Da Fuk by lmorchard | Les Orchard | Free Listening on SoundCloud
What happens when your hydraulic press breaks while folding paper
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april 2016 by deusx
Wait! The Web Isn’t Dead After All. Google Made Sure of It | WIRED
In 2010, the web died. Or so said the publication you’re reading right now. via Pocket
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april 2016 by deusx
‘Eve Online’: The Battle For Control Of The Most Boring Video Game In The World
Alex Gianturco was a successful corporate lawyer based in Washington. Then, in 2011, he gave up his day job at Zuckerman Spaeder LLP, moved to Madison, Wisconsin, and focused all his efforts on his other passion: being a space pirate. via Pocket
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april 2016 by deusx
Why I No Longer Use MVC Frameworks
The worst part of my job these days is designing APIs for front-end developers. The conversation goes inevitably as: I don’t even argue anymore. via Pocket
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march 2016 by deusx
How to build your very own keyboard firmware • deskthority
It may seem daunting to work with Hasu's wall of code but the files you need to modify are not many and you don't actually need to fully understand the code. I myself don't understand 100% of it, so if I write some bullshits I hope Hasu will chime in. via Pocket
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february 2016 by deusx
Right-Wing Extremists Are a Bigger Threat to America Than ISIS
By Since 2002, right-wing militants have killed more people in the United States than jihadis have. via Pocket
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february 2016 by deusx
The Neurologist Who Hacked His Brain—And Almost Lost His Mind | WIRED
The brain surgery lasted 11 and a half hours, beginning on the afternoon of June 21, 2014, and stretching into the Caribbean predawn of the next day. via Pocket
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february 2016 by deusx
Iran's blogfather: Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are killing the web | Technology | The Guardian
Hossein Derakhshan was imprisoned by the regime for his blogging. On his release, he found the internet stripped of its power to change the world and instead serving up a stream of pointless social trivia Late in 2014, I was abruptly pardoned and freed from Evin prison in northern Tehran. via Pocket
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february 2016 by deusx
The shocking truth about Silicon Valley genius Doug Engelbart | ZDNet
Tributes to the genius of computer pioneer Doug Engelbart are flooding the web following the announcement of his death at the age of 88.  His work transformed the way people use computers today by making them accessible and "personal. via Pocket
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february 2016 by deusx
Apple never had a shot at rethinking TV.
Ever since a dying Steve Jobs reportedly said he’d finally figured out TV, the tech press has breathlessly anticipated the appearance of the mythical Apple TV, the Great Pumpkin of the tech world. via Pocket
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february 2016 by deusx
Doug Engelbart | The Economist
WHEN you are a visionary, it’s hard to get other people to see as you do. When you have a plan to save the world through men and computers working together, as Doug Engelbart had, it’s hard to enlist the guys at the water-cooler to take part in the crusade. via Pocket
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february 2016 by deusx
Julie Pagano - So You Want to Be an Ally
I have been writing a lot lately about things that I think allies should not do. Quizzes and ally smells and twitter rants, oh my! It’s probably possible to derive some things an ally should do from there, but I doubt that’s the best way to learn. via Pocket
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february 2016 by deusx
LOVECRAFTIAN CYBORGS AND THE ALIEN AESTHETIC: Part 1 – Cyborgs of the Abyss | Journal of a Cosmic Anthropologist
What follows are my extended thoughts and personal reflections a week two weeks after watching Bruce Sterling deliver a lecture on Alien Aesthetics. It’s a look at the weirder side of cyborg life and our posthuman future. via Pocket
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february 2016 by deusx
'I have lived over half of my life' | Life and style | The Guardian
I don't know what to call it, really. Midlife crisis sounds so flamboyant, so ridiculous, so… exciting. And I haven't run off with a builder, or moved to Thailand to find my real self, or embarked on a brand-new drug habit, or taken up free rock climbing. via Pocket
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february 2016 by deusx
What does it mean to be a man in the age of austerit...
When Gary Gilbert lost his job, it was devastating. A tradesman, he had joined his employer’s company only because he thought it offered a bit more security than endlessly chasing the next gig as a freelance operator, and that he could then provide a better future for his son. via Pocket
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january 2016 by deusx
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This spring, the novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie put a new spin on the commencement speech, that most staid of genres. Speaking at Wellesley College, she didn’t emphasize how the graduates had been helped by their education, but how they had been hindered by it. via Pocket
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december 2015 by deusx
When Did Americans Lose Their British Accents? | Mental Floss
Readers Nick and Riela have both written to ask how and when English colonists in America lost their British accents and how American accents came about. via Pocket
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november 2015 by deusx
Anti-intellectualism is taking over the US | Comment is free | The Guardian
Recently, I found out that my work is mentioned in a book that has been banned, in effect, from the schools in Tucson, Arizona. via Pocket
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october 2015 by deusx
Save for Later — Medium
In July 2014, Alexis Madrigal reported for NPR on the strange case of Pinterest. via Pocket
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october 2015 by deusx
The Fauxtopias of
 Detroit’s Suburbs | Belt Magazine | Dispatches From The Rust Belt
To mark the publication of A Detroit Anthology, we’re highlighting one of the many great essays in that book. Order your copy today! By James D. Griffioen via Pocket
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september 2015 by deusx
The Death Of Expertise
I am (or at least think I am) an expert. Not on everything, but in a particular area of human knowledge, specifically social science and public policy. When I say something on those subjects, I expect that my opinion holds more weight than that of most other people. via Pocket
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september 2015 by deusx
The CompuServe of Things
On the Net today we face a choice between freedom and captivity, independence and dependence. You may view that statement as melodramatic, but the near future will incorporate computers into more facets of our lives than we can imagine. via Pocket
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september 2015 by deusx
Our Favorite Cliche - A World Filled With Idiots
It can be hard to notice things you take for granted — assumptions that are never questioned, because everyone shares them. via Pocket
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september 2015 by deusx
How Introverts Can Work with Extroverts
I spent the first 15 years of my life wondering why everyone was always in my space. I tried my best to be quiet and stay out of people’s way, but there always seemed to be enough of them pushing into my bubble. via Pocket
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september 2015 by deusx
Why Stoicism is one of the best mind-hacks ever – Lary Wallace – Aeon
We do this to our philosophies. We redraft their contours based on projected shadows, or give them a cartoonish shape like a caricaturist emphasising all the wrong features. via Pocket
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september 2015 by deusx
Jon Stewart: why I quit The Daily Show | Media | The Guardian
There was no one moment when Jon Stewart knew it was time for him to leave what he describes as “the most perfect job in the world”; no epiphany, no flashpoint. via Pocket
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september 2015 by deusx
How to embrace loneliness: a modern guide | Nell Frizzell | Comment is free | The Guardian
Loneliness can creep through your bones like a disease, wash over you unexpectedly as if a stranger’s vomit, or sit in the pit of your stomach for weeks like undigested chewing gum. Especially, it turns out, if you’re young. Of course it’s easy to be lonely in your 20s. via Pocket
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september 2015 by deusx
Programming Isn't Manual Labor, But It Still Sucks
Peter Welch is a writer and programmer. He is the author of the book And Then I Thought I Was a Fish and the blog "Still Drinking". via Pocket
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september 2015 by deusx
Why Human Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence Will Evolve Together, by Stephen Hsu
When it comes to artificial intelligence, we may all be suffering from the fallacy of availability: thinking that creating intelligence is much easier than it is, because we see examples all around us. via Pocket
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september 2015 by deusx
The internet is so damn unpleasant. Do we need fewer humans and more bots? | Jess Zimmerman | Comment is free | The Guardian
In a welcome sign of the coming singularity, Buzzfeed just announced that it has built a sentence generator that mimics the turgid writing style of New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman. via Pocket
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august 2015 by deusx
30 Years Later, Real Genius is Still the Geek Solidarity Film That Nerd Culture Deserves | Tor.com
It’s interesting to me that Revenge of the Nerds, while still full up of the nostalgia that the 80s lends us, is lately being repositioned in the zeitgeist. via Pocket
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august 2015 by deusx
Don't Blame Your Community: Ad Blocking Is Not Killing Any Sites | Techdirt
Every so often we hear about a random blog or website that freaks out and claims that ad blockers are "stealing" or somehow damaging websites. But it's quite a surprise to see a similar argument from a site like Ars Technica -- one of the top techie sites out there, which is now owned by Conde Nast. via Pocket
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july 2015 by deusx
Permanent Recorder – The New Inquiry
It used to be easy to mock reality TV for having nothing to do with actual reality — the scenarios were contrived and pre-mediated, the performances were semi-scripted, the performers were hyper-self-conscious. via Pocket
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july 2015 by deusx
Restart Game? Text Adventures Make A Comeback ⚙ Co.Labs ⚙ code + community
On Oct. 30, developer Andrew Plotkin released his long-awaited game Hadean Lands, a fantasy space adventure backed by a Kickstarter campaign funded almost four years ago. via Pocket
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july 2015 by deusx
State Change - Lightspeed Magazine
Every night, before going to bed, Rina checked the refrigerators. There were two in the kitchen, on separate circuits, one with a fancy ice dispenser on the door. There was one in the living room holding up the TV, and one in the bedroom doubling as a nightstand. via Pocket
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july 2015 by deusx
Jacob Frommer | Just another WordPress site
I GOT SOME BOXES, I GOT THEM BY ACCIDENT. I GOT THEM BY A LANDLINE PHONE CALL. NEW FICTION FROM BRUCE STERLING. The teenage kids hanging out at my machine shop didn’t know why I wanted a telephone. A plug-in phone, with wires hanging out of it, was a joke to them. via Pocket
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july 2015 by deusx
Run Better | crazy running guy
This is part 2 of 4 in a series about how I prepare to run long distances. via Pocket
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july 2015 by deusx
Building With Node.js At The New York Times
Felipe is the development manager of NYT's video team, responsible for maintaining Times Video and the Video API, both written in NodeJS. My first contact with programming was via Macromedia Flash, circa 2000, when the first major version of ActionScript was developed. via Pocket
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june 2015 by deusx
Ginsburg decision in Arizona case: Supreme Court rules against gerrymandering.
Justice Antonin Scalia may have been the worst-behaved justice in the courtroom this morning, Dahlia—but the chief was the most obnoxious on paper. via Pocket
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june 2015 by deusx
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