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$200 all-included Oculus/SteamVR compatible native Windows10 VR headset with 1440x1440 per-eye resolution WITH two…
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We actually have a code challenge at my current workplace, but if I can’t complete the challenge in <2 hours I won’…
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It takes ~10-20 hours to complete many code challenges. That means a candidate with a job and a family can do one o…
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Me: What did you do at school today?

5-year-old: Learned about dragons.

Me: Your class learned about dragons?

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Putting in doc tests for their API took way more time than expected - because they surfaced a bunch of issues, both…
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First up: on using tests to make documentation more accurate AND less onerous to maintain. ✨…
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Equality Win: Apple Just Added Emojis For Polygamists And We Can’t Even
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i too love to invent needless ceremony to see how much I can walk over people at the job before they complain
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Don’t apologize for leaving the codebase better when you’re working on features. Make the codebase a place where yo…
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For my friends who are into Wittgenstein
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This doesn't surprise me at all.
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Ambiguous Object Illusion: an incredible new design by Kokichi Sugihara of Meiji University in Japan, the inventor…
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Need to mark a manhole cover? Why not make it nice?
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Need to board a train quickly? We'll show you where/how to queue.
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Lost? How about bilingual maps every block or two?
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The Galton Machine shows order from randomness. Each ball bounces left or right at random, 12 times, but together w…
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Oh, so you’re blind? Let’s just design our entire city to make that easier
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This DIY antenna we made in college worked better than anything I ever spent money on
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This is why I don’t go to live music, of any kind, anymore. It’s not just a young woman’s problem - I went to a con…
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I build and buy antennas for fun here and there. Some motorized "seen on TV" antennas are garbage…
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More recently, the advent of software superhet tuners running on DSPs has been another revolution.…
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Yes, antenna tech has progressed a lot, from more accurate antenna modeling to much cleaner, lower…
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Because logarithmic-periodic antennae have a self-similarity (read: fractaline quality) that old Y…
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Radio waves used to be hand-carved, so there were more errors and you needed a bigger antenna to h…
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A lot of people grew up needing MASSIVE antennas to get any TV reception, old small antennas were horrible. Now you…
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There’s infomercials for TV antennas on cable. They’re sold as magic boxes TV comes out of.
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And here I thought would edit 😂
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Just a reminder that all cleanses are fake! Unless you're getting a blood transfusion or dialysis, you ain't cleans…
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On this day ten years ago, the BBC's radio news bulletin was: "There is no news." The 15-minute segment was filled…
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Here's a thing that is pretty amazing. I can say "Severus Snape" and you're like, "Yeah, OK." But then I can say, "…
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My name is Robert Kappa. I, and 6 others, left Earth, trapped in solar winter. We have a payload to deliver to the…
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It took like twenty years for people in showbiz to forgive Winona Ryder for having shoplifted that one time
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Ok so this may be naive but if everybody in an emergency is using the emergency device wrong, maybe, just maybe, th…
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This is how girls learn their place. She's six and says "I felt devastated because the boys got it". The puck was g…
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My dad always found rubber ducks while on walks and hid them around for his version of good luck. He passed four ye…
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This is the Sanders Shorts-only universe. That right there is the concept of anxiety, not Virgil.
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I like my bacon sliced thick.
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$0.07 is worth it to not figure out how to set up a 32bit system 😘
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THIS WAS THE PUREST THING WE LOVE ONUR
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This tragedy marks the first U.S. airline accident fatality since 2/12/2009. Until today, U.S. airlines safely tran…
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White phosphorous: the new napalm? | Human Rights Watch
That's from a Human Rights Watch report on this lovely substance, which you and I just paid for on tax day.
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"An 8-year-old Afghan girl, Razia, was injured when a WP shell ripped through her home in 2009. When she reached th…
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trying to do some elementary reading on the 2004 campaign, and it's absolutely wild how shot through everything is…
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