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If you’ve more than a couple of years of experience in IT, you probably have stumbled upon the following quote: There are only two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation and naming things. — Phil Karlton Then, because it’s such a great quote, it evolved: There are two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors.— Jeff Atwood (@codinghorror) August 31, 2014 However, I think that the initial quote is

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Two leading voices in evolutionary consciousness science explore the subject through words and images.

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it's such an honor to have an article written about me by taylor lorenz

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Technology | The Guardian http://ift.tt/21NZQKD

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Several companies that have announced they will cover travel costs for employees that need an abortion are financially backing a political committee openly devoted to eliminating abortion rights around the country By ⁦@JuddLegum⁩

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"There is no way any doctor or nurse or police lab can determine if you have taken [misoprostol] as long as you take it under your tongue or place the tablets against your cheek." (via @DrJenGunter)

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A fascinating and scary piece from Dave Eggers who traveled to Rapid City, SD to learn how and why the school board had banned his books.

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Press and hold the power button and either volume button to hard-lock an iPhone or iPad. “Remember to do this every time you’re separated from your phone, like when going through the magnetometer at any security checkpoint, especially airports.”

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We cannot allow this ding-dong who doesn’t seem to know the typical American seeking reproductive care is already a MOTHER, & who also thought fertility had to do with Daylight Savings become the next US Senator for Ohio. Time to knock doors for @TimRyan:

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This, from Reva Siegel, is right. The Court stacks the deck against abortion rights by being studiously incurious about why laws became more restrictive towards the ratification of the 14A and just proclaiming their proponents sincere.

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Favorite tweet: Is there a precedent for SCOTUS making up fake facts on the scale that they did in today's decision in Kennedy v. Bremerton? https://t.co/2ps64XAFwd Closest precedent I can think of is Korematsu. But in Korematsu the Court got the facts wrong because the government lied to them. — Ian Millhiser (@imillhiser) Jun 27, 2022

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I've been thinking a lot recently about Single-Page Apps (SPAs) and Multi-Page Apps (MPAs). I've been thinking about how MPAs have improved over the years, and where SPAs still have an edge. I've been thinking about how complexity creeps into software, and why a developer may choose a more complex but powerful technology at the…

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“The majority has overruled Roe and Casey for one and only one reason: because it has always despised them, and now it has the votes to discard them. The majority thereby substitutes a rule by judges for the rule of law.”

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RT @ManningBooks: The essence of DOP is that it treats data as a first-class citizen. An excerpt from Data-Oriented Programming by Yehonathan Sharvit. @viebel #DOP

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This essay is not real.

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