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It’s a good question, though I’m not sure there is any world that we all want, and if there is one, I’m not sure Mark Zuckerberg is the guy I’d appoint to define it. And yet, from his virtual pulpit, surrounded by his 86 million followers, the young Facebook CEO hesitates not a bit to speak for everyone, in the first person plural. There is no opt-out to his “we.” It’s the default setting and, in Zuckerberg’s totalizing utopian vision, the setting is hardwired, universal, and nonnegotiable.

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I resigned from @CIA last week. I wrote about why in the @washingtonpost:

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The release of the FBI's Gamergate file in January provided a treasure trove of information on the real scope of the movement that seemed to overcome the gamer community in late 2014 and early 2015. Its publication has been welcome by Gamergate supporters, who believe it proves their innocence. The threats were investigated and no charges were brought, they say.

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A community site to help site owners migrate to HTTPS with a simple tested process. Allowing you to filter the plan based on multiple platforms (Wordpress, Magento, and more), hosting environments (cPanel, Apache, and more) along with the level of control / access you have over the site.

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from Daring Fireball Om Malik: Wired magazine recently published, Keeping Up with the Times, a story about the New York Times and its slow & painful transition to a digital first publication. “It’s to transform the Times’ digital subscriptions into the main engine of a billion-dollar business, one that could pay to put reporters on the ground in 174 countries even if (OK, when) the printing presses stop forever,” Gabriel Snyder (one of my favorite writers, by the way) wrote in his in-depth feature, which is worth reading. After reading the piece, I thought let’s see how the Times is really doing — by the numbers. With help of Nima Wedlake, I came up with data to chart the progress made by the company, to see how far it really is from its transformation into a billion-dollars-in-digital-business.  ★ 

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$5 Showdown: Linode vs. DigitalOcean vs. Amazon Lightsail vs. Vultr: Comments:

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3D Comics. Inspired by

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Donald Trump and the Enemies of the American People via @instapaper

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the part of this where a guy says it's fair to order leather jackets for 120 dudes but not 6 women is just the icing

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12 Things about Product-Market Fit via @a16z

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Overcast 3 is a huge UI refresh with tons of improvements, available now!

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Overcast 3.0 is out with some iOS 10 design changes, a better queue system, faster Watch app, and more. My review:

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I wrote something up this weekend about my year at Uber, and why I left:

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Overcast 3 is a huge UI refresh with tons of improvements, available now!

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Just open sourced PanelKit, a UI framework enabling floating and pinned panels on iOS 🍾

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I wrote something up this weekend about my year at Uber, and why I left:

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Just open sourced PanelKit, a UI framework enabling floating and pinned panels on iOS 🍾

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I made a little page to help you check off all the easily forgettable, small task before you launch your next thing!

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