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Spacewar tournament 1972
Very first esports competition, with Stewart Brand at the center
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1 minute ago by nelson
Is Jordan Peterson the stupid man's smart person? - Macleans.ca
"There is no polite way to put this, but since Peterson claims that “If you worry about hurting people’s feelings and disturbing the social structure, you’re not going to put your ideas forward,” I’m just going to say it: Spend half an hour on his website, sit through a few of his interminable videos, and you realize that what he has going for him, the niche he has found—he never seems to say “know” where he could instead say “cognizant of”—is that Jordan Peterson is the stupid man’s smart person."
1 minute ago by poploser
Learn just enough Linux to get things done — petralia
Compared to a full-fledged programming language, bash only has a few major concepts that need to be learned. Once these are covered, the rest of bash is just memorization. I'll restate for clarity: being good at bash is simply memorizing about 20-30 commands and their most common arguments. via Pocket
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2 minutes ago by LaptopHeaven
Mike Overbeck on Twitter: "For those who get 'it' Another free high quality photo site... ...for your outstanding presentations. @srrezaie @ultrasoundREL @ToxNow… https://t.co/35nTommn4Y"
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2 minutes ago by skinnyj
Why is this company tracking where you are on Thanksgiving? | The Outline
You know those feature pieces on how politics is separating families this Thanksgiving? Ever wonder how they know? "SafeGraph is looking at an individual device and tracking where its owner is going throughout their day."
2 minutes ago by leolaporte
Apple pushes HomePod release to early 2018 | TechCrunch
Apple delays Homepod until next year: A spokesperson told TechCrunch, “we need a little more time before it’s ready for our customers. We’ll start shipping in the US, UK and Australia in early 2018.”.
2 minutes ago by leolaporte
How to Set Up a Security System for Your New Custom Home
Protect yourself, your family, friends, and guests with these tips for how to set up a security system for your new custom home.
custom-home  custom-homes-in-maryland  security-system 
2 minutes ago by Adventure_Web
More On The Talent Question: Skills For The Future Public Service
If there is a talent crisis in the public sector, which I think there is and about which I wrote something in a recent post you can find here, the question is begged what is the mix of talent that the public service of the future needs?

It turns out that there’s a fair bit of recent work on that topic.
PublicService  PublicServiceNarrative  storytelling  research  Australia  PublicPurpose  Nov2017 
3 minutes ago by mattclack
Are You Sure You Want to Do That? Fostering the Responsible... : Academic Medicine
Engaging in questionable research practices (QRPs) is a noted problem across many disciplines, including medical education. While QRPs are rarely discussed in the context of medical education, that does not mean that medical education researchers are immune. via Pocket
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3 minutes ago by allanmcdougall
Is Jordan Peterson the stupid man's smart person? - Macleans.ca
"Now, as I’ve said, I failed to get in on the ground floor of the “not using a person’s chosen address” industry which, in a simpler time, was known as “calling people names” and was considered bad manners. But since calling a certain University of Toronto professor “Jordan Pea-Headerson” is apparently the only thing standing between us and non-stop collectivist potato farming, I’ll do my part for the resistance."
3 minutes ago by poploser
The Story of Hüsker Dü’s Grant Hart, in His Own Words | Pitchfork
The Story of Hüsker Dü’s Grant Hart, in His Own Words | Pitchfork via Instapaper http://ift.tt/2zH1hXc
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4 minutes ago by chetan
NY Times Reporter Calls for Censorship of Creepy Videos of Joe Biden Inappropriately Touching Kids
Nicole Perlroth, according to her bio at the New York Times, the place at which she finds employment, is a technology reporter who covers cyberattacks, hackers and the cybersecurity industry for The Times’s business news section. via Pocket
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5 minutes ago by Buffalo_Goku
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6 minutes ago by wotek
Reality is that most EVs emit less CO2 than petrol cars over their lifetimes
From Jessika Trancik, Geoffrey Supran and Marco Miotti — Friday’s most read letter
7 minutes ago by johnny_n
All you need to know about whiteboard markers – graphicfacilitation – Medium
Maybe hundreds of thousands of people are using whiteboards everyday to communicate, create and innovate. It has been too long that whiteboard markers stayed overlooked and the time has come to shed some light on these humble pawns of strategic office play. via Pocket
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7 minutes ago by LaptopHeaven
Views from the Top - ACM Queue
Try to see things from a manager's perspective. Kate Matsudaira I can remember the very first software project I worked on. via Pocket
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7 minutes ago by LaptopHeaven
Inside Wade | Kabir Shah
Wade is a 1kb Javascript search library. It allows you to search for a query through a set of documents. This query is processed, split into keywords, and then searched within an index structure. The API is extremely minimal and self-explanatory. It looks like: via Pocket
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7 minutes ago by LaptopHeaven
This Is Your Brain on Silence - Issue 38: Noise - Nautilus
One icy night in March 2010, 100 marketing experts piled into the Sea Horse Restaurant in Helsinki, with the modest goal of making…
7 minutes ago by johnny_n
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