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Tweet from David_Risney

12 days ago
Do Faraday pants exist? Should protect left pocket for wallet & keys, and not right for phone & fitbit. Kickstarter? https://twitter.com/newsycombinator/status/588386535160033280 …
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Tweet from David_Risney

12 days ago
US will now say if you're on no-fly list: http://boingboing.net/2015/04/15/us-govt-will-now-reluctantly.html … But not talking about new list you're on if you ask if you're on a list.
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Tweet from David_Risney

12 days ago
Time of year we're reminded that Intuit spends millions to ensure we have to do our own taxes - for sake of freedom! http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/16/technology/personaltech/turbotax-or-irs-as-tax-preparer-intuit-has-a-favorite.html …
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Retweet of ChromiumDev

12 days ago
Now in Chrome 43, document.execCommand() gives you programmatic access to copy and cut content to the clipboard! http://updates.html5rocks.com/2015/04/cut-and-copy-commands …
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Retweet of tinysubversions

12 days ago
Sorry bro, hat don't lie pic.twitter.com/Y6wkBss8U0
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Eminem meets Beatles: http://8mileandabbey.com/

13 days ago


Eminem meets Beatles: http://8mileandabbey.com/

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Retweet of stshank

13 days ago
UIforETW: New open-source tool from Google to make it easier to use Microsoft Event Tracing for Windows (aka xperf): http://bit.ly/1Df9jzt 
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Retweet of SwiftOnSecurity

13 days ago
I should have fond memories of GTA IV, but instead it's "Hey cousin, do you want to go bowling?"
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Tweet from David_Risney

14 days ago
Does 'charset=utf8' work anywhere? Or do other browsers fallback to UTF-8 just giving the appearance? @ericlaw http://wp.me/p60i9o-r 
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Tweet from David_Risney

14 days ago
GitHub has spoiled me. We need a pull-request HTTP method and then you can just fix it for them. https://twitter.com/ericlaw/status/587614039645143040 …
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Retweet of thegrugq

14 days ago
War in the Web 2.0 era: how Air Forces deal (or don’t) with Internet-based flight tracking tools. Interesting http://theaviationist.com/2014/10/13/war-2-adsb-opsec/ …
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Retweet of bcrypt

15 days ago
Ted Cruz's site doesn't really support HTTPS, so we can't say for sure that he's running for president. Could be anybody, really.
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Retweet of igrigorik

15 days ago
hard won programming wisdom, courtesy of @rob_pike... pic.twitter.com/OmbCi8YR6P
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Retweet of taoeffect

15 days ago
On "front doors" (lol) and key splitting: "FBI+Apple" is just FBI if Apple must do what FBI says. http://apps.washingtonpost.com/g/page/mobile/world/encryption-techniques-and-access-they-give/1665/ …
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Retweet of ncardozo

15 days ago
The NSA does not have "an absolute right to gain access to every way in which two people may choose to communicate." http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2015/04/nsa-dreams-of-smartphones-with-split-crypto-keys-protecting-user-data/ …
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Retweet of imelven

15 days ago
Naming is important: in Rails you can output raw unescaped HTML with .safe_html - in React a similar API is called dangerouslySetInnerHTML
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Tweet from David_Risney

16 days ago
"@newsycombinator: Programmers: Before you turn 40, get a plan B (2009) http://improvingsoftware.com/2009/05/19/programmers-before-you-turn-40-get-a-plan-b/ …" Bleh
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Retweet of terrajobst

16 days ago
We need to be careful. GUIDs are precious little creatures! pic.twitter.com/X9Iv6Guwdn
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Retweet of lizzyns

16 days ago
Yo' mama contest with Sigmund Freud pic.twitter.com/lzucszBr1A
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Retweet of booshtukka

17 days ago
I miss when all the sites had RSS. :(
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