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Today Trump removed all open data (9GB) from the White House but I grabbed it all Jan 20! W…

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@maura that one's old here's the (slightly updated) one that just got sent out

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michaelcolenso starred herrbischoff/awesome-osx-command-line

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iPad Diaries: Advanced File Management and Research with DEVONthink

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Hi, @realDonaldTrump. We’re the CBC. We sent you a letter on January 19, but you never wrote us back. Sad! Letter:

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About Gordon : Gordon Shotwell does law and data science things. This post originally appeared on his blog . Introduction Like most people, I first learned to…

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The Trump Handshake.

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Hello. I wrote about why you should maybe be more careful about what you say on Facebook (and Twitter).

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TIME’s new cover: Inside Donald Trump's White House chaos

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Let’s not whisper it or mumble: The issue is that we have a president who has no business being president. My column

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My feature story: Apple Vowed To Revolutionize Television. An Inside Look at Why It Hasn’t

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via Lifehacker http://lifehacker.com

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RT @fbihop: In Virginia, ICE detained immigrants coming out of a hypothermia shelter at a church.

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Ok, clever.

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The first article about Donald Trump that Boris ever published described how, during a campaign rally in North Carolina, the candidate slapped a man in the audience for disagreeing with him. This never happened, of course. via Pocket

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I enjoyed reading this commentary on the US presidency.

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- He plans to use a machine like this to test improvements in tunneling technology. He thinks that with more power, better materials, and a design that allows it to continue digging while installing the tunnel walls—a feat that’s impossible today—the Boring Company will be able to drastically reduce the price of digging. “To make it a little better should be easy,” he says. “To make it five times better is not crazy hard. To make it 10 times better is hard, but nobody will need to win a Nobel Prize. We don’t have to change the standard model of physics.”

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