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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Dec 7, 10:04
@ericlaw that is a solid lock. Not getting through that lock!
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Dec 7, 5:30
@ericlaw @RReverser broke my screenshot muscle memory. Switched to snipping tool.
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Nov 6, 1:17
@ericlaw Very fitting for the show but... those serifs. Aspects of 80s aesthetic I can do without include: wood paneling on cars, that font.
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Nov 2, 1:16
@osterman @ericlaw 'CLR cooks' I assume means you get the .NET projection of the WinRT APIs? That's good enough for most of my purposes.
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Sep 16, 12:10
@ericlaw "Any A.I. smart enough to pass a Turing test is smart enough to know to fail it." http://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/2440580-river-of-gods 
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Aug 18, 6:28
Is Internet a public place? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmZbdaqGqlc  Place? No, a process that acts like place. Public? Sort of. See Mall related case law
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Jun 10, 3:24
@ericlaw So... he doesn't support HTTP2 yet?
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Tweet from Eric Lawrence

2016 Jun 2, 10:32
Chrome relaxes IDN display of Punycode (old restrictions were like IE) to match Firefox instead: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=336973#c34 
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Apr 20, 7:03
@ericlaw Wow, that is impressive.
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Apr 8, 4:52
@_lance_leonard @ericlaw First thought was confusion as to why Logo was getting used in production https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logo_(programming_language) 
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Retweet of ericlaw

2016 Jan 26, 5:09
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Retweet of ericlaw

2016 Jan 21, 10:22
Madlibs for the 21st Century https://twitter.com/technicallyron/status/690175736225882112 …
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Retweet of SwiftOnSecurity

2016 Jan 2, 6:04
Adware uses Fiddler libraries to proxy HTTPS traffic and inject ads (cc @ericlaw) http://blog.malwarebytes.org/security-threat/2016/01/websearcher-pup-applies-proxy-lockdown/ …
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Retweet of ericlaw

2015 Dec 22, 7:08
I want users to win. I want the web to win, and I want to make life harder for bad guys every day. My next role: http://textslashplain.com/2015/12/23/my-next-adventure/ …
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Retweet of ericlaw

2015 Dec 21, 10:09
Looking back and forward: blog post Telerik Fiddler Segue http://www.telerik.com/blogs/fiddler-a-segue …
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Retweet of cwilso

2015 Nov 19, 8:28
Hell yes. I am so proud of my state's governor @GovInslee. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/21/opinion/why-my-state-wont-close-its-doors-to-syrian-refugees.html … (via @ericlaw).
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Retweet of alisternburg

2015 Oct 26, 6:41
"Please stop yelling at me, I did not make up copyright law." Read @sarahjeong's explainer on © & Internet radio: http://motherboard.vice.com/en_uk/read/internet-radio-copyright-is-bad-and-dumb-a-comprehensive-explainer …
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Tweet from David_Risney

2015 Oct 23, 3:55
Crowd sourced morality on automated cars handling collisions: http://www.technologyreview.com/view/542626/why-self-driving-cars-must-be-programmed-to-kill/ … 3 laws is thin API over Amzn Mechanical Turk service.
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Retweet of groby

2015 Oct 21, 10:11
@ericlaw @fugueish not to be that person.. (Well, actually, yes, I'm that person :) - HTTPS hyperlinks start with HTTP as well.
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Retweet of ericlaw

2015 Oct 16, 6:47
For the First Time Ever, a Prosecutor Will Go to Jail* for Wrongfully Convicting an Innocent Man http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mark-godsey/for-the-first-time-ever-a_b_4221000.html …. *For 10 days.
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