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Programming Should Not Be an Elite Practice

I wasn't going to link this this, but then I got to the last paragraph: The entry barrier to programming needs to be high! Programming is engineering; it's not something where you throw stuff at the wall and see what sticks and just assume that programming languages, browsers, and operating

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When You Don't Show Up to Your Own Product Announcement

Samsung no-showed on its major Exynos 2200 launch and won’t say why | Ars Technica Samsung pulled a no-call no-show for a major product launch. It's the end of the day now, and the company has yet to respond to what must be hundreds of press inquiries that are no-doubt

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People Were Skeptical About the Web Too, You Know

Eric Selfert on Twitter: Calling out the fact that some other technology at a similar stage was (1) ridiculed and (2) ultimately succeeded has almost nothing to do with the fact that it was ridiculed. There's not a causal relationship there.Listen, the world is going to be skeptical of

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Gear Does Matter

Two Cameras: Two Uses, by Greg Morris: My smartphone needs to have a good camera to capture all of life's moments. My kids doing things I want to let others know about, or record a memory I want to look back on.And: My camera on the other had is

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The Erosion if the Common Good

Anita Sreedhar and Anand Gopal writing about vaccine hesitancy in the U.S. Public health is no longer viewed as a collective endeavor, based on the principle of social solidarity and mutual obligation. People are conditioned to believe they’re on their own and responsible only for themselves. That means

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Fitness+ is Adding the One Feature That Could Bring Me Back!

Fitness+ is Adding the One Feature That Could Bring Me Back!
Apple Newsroom: Time to Run on Fitness+ is a new audio running experience designed to help users become more consistent and better runners, with each episode focused on a popular running route in some of the most notable and iconic locations. […] Each episode is composed of inspiring coaching tips led

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What It’s Like Working at a Large Company

Ask HN: Startup acquired by a large company and it sucks. What to do? | Hacker News At this point I am in absolute shock. This should take no more than a few days to implement. So I reach out to the manager and ask what is going on. This is

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Dear God, I’m Writing About Star Wars

Spencer Kornhaber for The Atlantic, Why Star Wars Keeps Telling the Same Stories: Mesmerizing fights and tasty twists will no doubt unfold satisfyingly in the coming episodes. But look to the margins, to the creatures who aren’t saying much, for the saga’s future, because they still hold the

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When it Works, it's Invisible

Katelyn Jetelina writing for her excellent Your Local Epidemiologist: One of public health’s biggest challenges is that when it works, it’s largely invisible. This isn’t the case in other fields. For example, in medicine you can see the impact of a surgery. In the drug industry you

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