Month: May 2011

Depression, Burn Out and Writing Code

Coding • 132 Comments

When your livelihood depends on what you can do with your brain, fighting depression and the...
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Chrome Dev Tools Versioning

Coding • 3 Comments

I was looking at this Chrome Dev Tools Cheatsheet that was put together by Boris Smus and Paul Irish when something caught my eye: I was...
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Geolocation, JSON and Simple Design – This Week’s Reading


Adding HTML5 Geolocation to your web applications One of the interesting and useful addition to the HTML5 specification is the Geolocation...
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How Do You Twitter?

Connections • One Comment

One of the reasons it is often hard to explain twitter to someone who doesn’t use it is that...
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Life Is Short

Culture, zen • One Comment

So it is — the life we receive is not short, but we make it so, nor do we have any lack of it, but are wasteful of it. Just as great and...
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21st Century Profiles


Louis himself is the continuity: his jittery consciousness, floating through the aftermath of divorce, which operates as a kind of second...
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What was that all about?


Driving back to work, I saw a cop car with its lights on blocking the right lane of the expressway....
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What do I want to do when I grow up?

Culture, zen

If you’re reading these words and you’re not an archiving bot sifting through the digital detritus of the early internet a...
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Amazon: The Hidden Empire


This presentation is a comprehensive look at the ever expanding (and ever innovating) business of
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Twitter, SPL and Developer Wushu


In The 7 Kinds of Software Developer Wushu , Bob Warfield seven types of software developers and...
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