Happy 18th Birthday, Ruby! →
najafali.com - Why PHP is better than Ruby →
lmao, this is beautiful.
CS155 Course Syllabus →
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Wendell Berry - The Mad Farmer Liberation Front →
There is a pleasure in the pathless woods, There is a rapture on the lonely...– Does anyone know the name of the lord byron poem at the beginning of the movie “into the wild”? - Yahoo! Answers
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Coder Dvorak →
Kinesis, check. Coder Dvorak, here I come!
Separation by W. S. Merwin : Poetry Magazine... →
Your absence has gone through me Like thread through a needle. Everything I do is stitched with its color.
God's soft white underbelly - Jeff Schweitzer -... →
Anonymous speaks: the inside story of the HBGary... →
Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported... →
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drosenbe comments on How do I get started in... →
The most common phone number | Shark Bait →
Instant No Button! Star Wars funnies FTW! →
The internet’s a Pandora’s box of beautiful things.
Who’s Afraid of NFC? Not Square: Tech News and... →
I was talking to someone this morning about the effects of NFC on Square. Not sure if the “And if NFC does become popular, we can bake it into our product as well” strategy will work too well.
The Epicurean Dealmaker: Three Things →
When Faith in Graffiti Reigned « Thought Catalog →
Take one look at the man depicted in Twist’s “Corporate Pigs” piece and you see not only the power of graffiti, but also the potential. The notion that a random message left by an anonymous source can inspire or anger a public audience. It’s what I saw as a teenager, the idea that you could be a fuck-up or an introvert or a total asshole and still say what’s on your mind. In a world that’s...
Two Equals Four →
A VC: Falling In Love With Twitter All Over Again →
Floating point numbers are a leaky abstraction —... →
News Desk: Does Egypt Need Twitter? : The New... →
Kinda unclear if Gladwell’s trolling.
Rob Delaney: On Depression & Getting Help →
This was originally posted February 26, 2010 The passing of Andrew Koenig prompted me to write this, but it’s something that will apply to plenty of people. I have dealt with suicidal, unipolar depression and I take medication daily to treat it. Over the past seven years, I’ve had two episodes…
The Girl Who Lived In a Shack « Thought Catalog →
The roommate said…AHEM…”after she broke up with you she moved in with a guy who lived in a shack.” How do you know you’ve won a breakup? When within 90 days your ex is without running water or indoor plumbing. When her mailing address becomes “Next To The Big Oak Tree With The Knot In It.”
7 Myths Mythbusters Proved That We Still Can't... →
Official Google Blog: Microsoft’s Bing uses Google... →
We created about 100 “synthetic queries”—queries that you would never expect a user to type, such as [hiybbprqag]. As a one-time experiment, for each synthetic query we inserted as Google’s top result a unique (real) webpage which had nothing to do with the query. Below is an example:
Flickr Accidentally Deletes a User's 4,000 Photos... →
What's Life Like After Harvard? | Opinion | The... →
Deep down, you know you have to begin to let go.