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How Computers Became More Specialized Again – now + Next
How computers became more specialized again. End of CMOS scaling, ARM, etc.
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RT : Congratulations to the Volokh Conspiracy and Reason Magazine on their decision to join forces. Two great tastes tha…
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RT : There are plenty of people in tech (and journalism) who barely remember when people were afraid of Microsoft, neve…
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RT : 's explains private in part 2 of a 4-part blog series:
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Thanks! I don’t really use my static website for much but needs a little TLC from 90…
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Interesting. As it notes near end though seems challenging to get near good hotel comfort at 1/2-1/3 (?) price.
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I partially retimed my very “legacy” website a while back and don’t love what I did.…
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GoHugoIO looks interesting though probably not for this purpose. I’ll likely end up…
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RT : honestly when your shitty bomb ruins everyone’s Monday commute and you only manage to hurt yourself I feel like you…
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(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/939847503842828288
For some items, seems as if strategy is to extract every penny from those defaulting t…
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RT : …while not “smart” device, the Lytro Light Field cameras fell into the same trap as many hardware startups. A…
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(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/939306244262817793
RT : buying wine

other people: this dry cab boasts notes of juniper and is the same vintage as a bottle i had last nove…
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RT : having an algorithm drive you straight into a climate change caused inferno is an extremely 2017 way to go
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(429) https://twitter.com/garethr/status/939501093997998082
Higher level tools tend to trade off a degree of flexibility and customization for convenience/ease of use.
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RT : I’m investing in Bitcoin because what I’m looking for is the market volatility of Weimar Germany combined with the…
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Brexit and the Irish Border - Bloomberg
"The secular, cosmopolitan culture that the EU represents dreamed of a world without boundaries, and even dreamed that such a thing was inevitable. Elites convinced themselves that we had moved safely beyond the old sectarian divisions, and certainly beyond such nonsense as tribe.

But those things do not go away simply because we declare that we’ve stopped believing in them. The old, hardened borders can reassert themselves on surprisingly short notice; a nation can march only so far before running into the boundaries we thought we had erased."
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RT : Winner of the GSA Morris Chang award is Ray Stata, co-founder of Analog Devices. If you don't know what analog chi…
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Lots of good stuff. I admit to a bit of bias. Two are mine 😃
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The dynamic scaling seemed a bit limited though :-)
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Kubernetes, Metadata and You // Speaker Deck
RT : slides from our talk today. From myself and the awesome ; Kubernetes, Metadata and You
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RT : New project - provides hw isolated OCI compat containers brings together tech from and…
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Barring an arms escalation any sort of press 1 to connect would mostly get rid of junk calls today. Of…
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I’d like to block the spoofed same exchanges too. I’ll suffer the rare false positive for cell phones.
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RT : The Manchurian Candidate and Seven Days in May have, in light of recent events, acquired the frisso…
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RT : A recruiter contacted me today about a "communications internship that might be a great fit for [me] next summer."…
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Yeah, neither single nor double hyphens look good for separating a phrase but en-dashes seem like microman…
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Have you seen Guardians of the Galaxy II?
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After 37 years, Voyager 1 has fired up its trajectory thrusters | Ars Technica
Aerospace engineering can be pretty amazing: Voyager’s trajectory (now backup) thrusters work after 37 years dormant
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I lived there for 3 years. It’s definitely worth a visit especially if you mostly avoid Bourbon Street.
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That looks very cool. Bourbon bread pudding is common in New Orleans. Like it a lot :-)
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IMO it hurts the piece as a whole because it’s largely wrong & should know better.
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RT : Today Red Hat's Open Innovation Lab welcomed Deputy Mayor of London for Business Rajesh Agrawal, talking City Hall…
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Agreed. Discoverability of commands is another issue. Always feel like trying to find the right wizard’s incantatio…
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I definitely have too many. I got into this because I want to clean things up before upgrading to a new phone.
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Suspect that the very results/metrics-oriented culture at AMZN creates challenges for initiatives like broad commun…
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From Linux to Cloud, why Red Hat matters for every enterprise | ZDNet
RT @ZDNet: From Linux to Cloud, why Red Hat matters for every enterprise @sjvn
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RT : From Linux to Cloud, why Red Hat matters for every enterprise
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Absolutely! Look at kubernetes as an example of how community has been the critical difference.
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True. Though reality is we’re headed toward computational photography where “decisive moment” doesn’t even exist un…
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I’ll be around all week until mid-day Friday.
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I once had an editor who was very opposed to using However, at the beginning of a sentence. Personally, I use it. :…
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Oh. I agree. Although even “innocent” manipulation is a big no no in journalism because it’s a very slippery slope.
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I’ve seen ads for editing tools that automagically remove people from pics etc. Sure they don’t work as claimed but…
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RT : The value of platforms like App Engine, Cloud Foundry, OpenShift, and Heroku should not be understated. The majorit…
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RT : Coming to in Austin next week? Check out the keynotes on by…
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RT : The tweets about long lines at AWS nearly cured me of my long-distance FOMO, but then I remembered I neve…
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We had drinks at CloudExpo. Would be great if he’s there!
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RT : ‘Security must support the workflow, not the other way around’ -. 🔐
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Really loved Re:Invent first couple of times I went but this just looks like mega-conv…
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I remember it was a bit out of the way even way back when and development definitely ended up clustering…
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Admittedly the XaaS term has run its course but I absolutely don’t love serverless.
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Not a conference space expert but Vegas used to have Comdex (and has CES). Is old convention center no longer viabl…
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