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I'm becoming convinced there's some law of nature by which taking some action triggers events that require changing…
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When you start working on an accepted presentation and decide you'd better just take another look at what you submi…
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I also find pantry stuff really inconsistent with respect to pricing. It's one reason I'd never bother wit…
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I haven't used it but I did investigate it about a year ago. My impression (partly based on a couple peopl…
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Perhaps those are the new sysadmins they hired because they could get off with paying for fewer benefits.
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RT : This is brilliant. A scheduled destructive/performance testing day in the disguise of a sale.

If it works, people…
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It's like my dishwasher. I remain eternally hopeful that the little dryer and dishwashing fairies will p…
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The dream of driverless cars is dying | The Spectator
"Several other firms are making similar commitments, with 2021 — just far away enough for us to have forgotten about it once we get there — being a favourite, though others mention dates as late as 2025."
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I have a real mishmash of wired, wireless, analog, digital etc. for various legacy reasons. Bu…
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Personally I'm of the opinion that WeWork should just shut down to encourage people to work from home in an environ…
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Please tell me that The Onion & CNN streams have gotten crossed. Else we have officially reached peak tech goofines…
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Depends by who. "The haters" will certainly be one candidate for some. I expect it will ultimately be…
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I agree insofar as no one takes microservices too literally (single function, bounded conte…
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The Disappearing Newsroom ‹ CrimeReads
" I miss it. I miss the environment. I miss the sense of communal working toward a common goal. Writing full-time is a privilege—and many of the skills I learned in journalism serve me well in doing it—but it’s also by nature isolating. I miss the buzz. I miss the phones ringing and keyboards clacking. I miss the sense of everything happening right here, right now. And like Tracy—and Sam Fuller—I can’t help but feel nostalgia for a simpler time."
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I get what you're saying and was tempted to reword what I originally wrote. I think there are some terms like ALM t…
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Overlooked No More: Bette Nesmith Graham, Who Invented Liquid Paper - The New York Times
"The substance was Liquid Paper, the correction fluid that relieved secretaries and writers around the world from the pressure of perfection."
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RT : Wait let me get this straight. Devconf is coming to the Boston? ?
And it is free. I hope I still get…
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Interview and podcast with of on open source networking and getting involved.
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5 Artificial Intelligence Business Lessons From The Masters
"The big data and analytics market continues to morph as Artificial Intelligence (AI) fields, such as machine learning and deep learning, provide new ways to generate business insights. O’Reilly’s recent set of Strata Data conferences showcased how AI technologies are changing what companies can do with data across a wide range of industries. Here are four themes from Strata Data that universally apply across various industries and company sizes."
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Keras or PyTorch as your first deep learning framework | deepsense.ai
"TL;DR: Keras may be easier to get into and experiment with standard layers, in a plug & play spirit. PyTorch offers a lower-level approach and more flexibility for the more mathematically-inclined users."
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Great Power, Great Responsibility: The 2018 Big Data & AI Landscape – Matt Turck
"...just about everything (whether personal or professional) is rapidly getting digitized, and data technologies are becoming more adept than ever at processing and analyzing this massive data exhaust, increasingly in real time.  From this can result both magic and abuse.  The debate on how to combine this great power with a necessary sense of responsibility has become essential."
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Blockchain beyond the hype: What is the strategic business value? | McKinsey & Company
"Despite the hype, blockchain is still an immature technology, with a market that is still nascent and a clear recipe for success that has not yet emerged. Unstructured experimentation of blockchain solutions without strategic evaluation of the value at stake or the feasibility of capturing it means that many companies will not see a return on their investments. With this in mind, how can companies determine if there is strategic value in blockchain that justifies major investments?"
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RT : "I'll have clean windows if I ever own a house with ones that are easy to open" turns out to be yet another lie I'v…
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RT : Not enough positive press is given to companies like that successfully employ widespread telecommuting and…
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I agree with this. "Microservices" are fine so log as you take the term as being about the principle of modularity…
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My new piece on "What are cloud-native apps?" Containers and the container ecosystem have really come to define thi…
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RT : "Perhaps the biggest change for containers over the past few years has
been the increase in the number and maturity…
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RT : As someone who grew up in Los Alamos (home of the atomic bomb), lived in France & UK, saw my own surname dozens of…
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True. And you need the luxury of having enough spare cycles that you can devote some time to learning how y…
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I'd argue that a lot of people actually learn new programming languages by immersion, i.e. by working on a project…
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Yeah. I like the Boses on flights. And they still work even if you run out of battery. The Airpods are pr…
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RT : Here’s a link to my 18 yr old book about life as one of the Navy’s 1st female fighter pilots, the movement w…
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RT : Toxic tech-optimism is treating a life and death situation as a hackathon.
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RT : I really think this is the truest tweet ever
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My admittedly old house west of Boston has no AC and that’s not uncommon. As says I ra…
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Ooh boy. Tempting to go back through the files and see what’s evolved rather than simply being old.
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RT : He was an iconoclast and controversial figure in Science Fiction, but no one would deny his talent.
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Good points. I booked something in Campbell for now for access to both Henry Coe and the Santa…
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RT : This is why I have stopped buying books written by "successful" people (who mostly fluked it) that obviously have t…
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I've never been to Henry Coe. I'm leaning to stay at one of the Marriott or whatever extended s…
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Thanks. Yeah, and I may end up just finding some relatively economical weekend rates in the Val…
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The Open Source Leadership Summit is in Half Moon Bay next year so I probably would look at oth…
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Definitely will go up to Big Basin if I stay south of the city and I'll rent a car. Good idea t…
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Have 2 back to back SF events end of next month. Wondering what t do in intervening weekend. Will probably get out…
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A lot of the episodes are basically dystopian in the vein of "If this goes on," e.g. general st…
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The downside of getting my book ms in early is that I now don't really have an excuse to beg out of a couple summer…
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Yeah. My sense as someone who is not a lawyer and hasn't even followed very closely was that…
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RT : Nice to see an acknowledgment of the Eclipse IoT working group. is proud to work in the community with par…
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RT : Our main man hits you with that good stuff again. Check out "Data: Its value and its consequences"…
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TIL that Google has basically their own little Usenet (which hopefully works better than what they did to…
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The politics aside, this is a really great series of paintings that are usually at the New York Historical Society…
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OF COURSE RedMonk is ahead of the curve! I had a near-panic attack today when I thought I might not have a…
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A trend for to keep his eye on. :-)
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I have a bunch of Asian ones (mostly on-arrival). China is at least a 10 year one. Annoyingly the pas…
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Why WOULDN'T every man, woman, and child in the US want one of your books? Seems doable. Just got my la…
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That wasn't a comment to you BTW. I just find it vaguely amusing that people would think that was the re…
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I have about 5 years left on mine but I'm going to have to get a new one soon. My current passport wa…
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Assuming you can find a spot. MIT is in the process of building over another of their l…
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United you can bring in two or one + kids. That used to be pretty standard at all the clubs. I didn't b…
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Part of me thinks this could be very useful. "Where's the nearest ice machine?" The other part of me thinks enough…
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There are probably others I'm not thinking of but I have trouble coming up with an other site that was so…
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Of course is doing its own thing of focusing on its real business class custom…
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I beat on United for a lot of things but I was shocked on a recent trip with a colleague that Delta Sky Club member…
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The survey was done by Lime but it seems fairly neutral. On the one hand, scooters replace many car rides. On the o…
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RT : Biggest issues of containers and in real life large sized deployments:
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One of these days I should search through the MIT "card" catalog though. The early part of the history is…
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This one's about open source. If I get around to Itanium one of these days, it will just be a mini-book so…
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