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Tripping through IBM’s astonishingly insane 1937 corporate songbook http://t.co/CdPu46Rp4b by @Lee_Ars (via @arstechnica) – Jeffrey Zeldman (zeldman) http://twitter.com/zeldman/status/505340767343480834

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Jeffrey Zeldman: 20 years of Web Design and Community–a documentary.

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RT @tanehisicoates: "Now it must never be concluded that an urge toward the cosmopolitan, will make people stop hitting you."

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Announcement: Readers who feel threatened by equality no longer welcome.

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Amazon drones: hype Google drones: real

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My last story is deep dive into @todd_park's effort to reform gov IT--and how he plans to continue it post-CTO.

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RT @plante: An awful week to care about video games

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13,592 words | Is it an imaginary date? No. I met him in a coffee shop. When? This morning. It was love on first sight.

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I came to get down I came to get down So get out your seats and jumper hound Jumper hound Jumper hound Jumper hound

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Video from Maciej Ceglowski (@baconmeteor)’s insanely brilliant “The Internet With a Human Face” ”. I just love it.

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FACT: Hello Kitty is not a cat. Hello Kitty is a British girl (?!?!)

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"‘What lotteries are very good for is for keeping bad reasons out of decisions,’ Stone told me. ‘Lotteries guarantee that when you are choosing at random, there will be no reasons at all for one option rather than another being selected.’ He calls this the sanitising effect of lotteries – they eliminate all reasons from a decision, scrubbing away any kind of unwanted influence. As Stone acknowledges, randomness eliminates good reasons from the running as well as bad ones. He doesn’t advocate using chance indiscriminately. ‘But, sometimes,’ he argues, ‘the danger of bad reasons is bigger than the loss of the possibility of good reasons.’"

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Developer Blogs:

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RT @arstechnica: The executive order that led to mass spying, as told by NSA alumni http://ars.to/1zlOLkg by @cfarivar

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Pinged all devices on the Internet, here's a map of where they're located :)

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RT @moonpolysoft: My rebuttal to that gross microservices post that went around yesterday

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RT @inafried: That Apple wearable... It should show its face at the Sept. 9 event.

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I came to get down I came to get down So get out your seats and jumper hound Jumper hound Jumper hound Jumper hound

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I usually don’t share the really scary stuff. But it’s important for folks to know how bad it gets [TRIGGER WARNING]

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I came to get down I came to get down So get out your seats and jumper hound Jumper hound Jumper hound Jumper hound

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