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Long term, human civilization is about passing along knowledge from mind to mind. — @timoreilly #incnyu
Intel's "The Museum of Me" (Holy cow)— RT @leolaporte: OMFG - this is amazing: http://t.co/9UxewAk
8th Street, between Madison & Monroe #njsandy /cc @cityofhoboken @hobokenpatch @theboken @hoboken411 pic.twitter.com/RuixrnMy
@ihnatko View > Video Playback > in Separate Window. SO frustrating until I stumbled on that option.
@leaverou his site is even funnier: http://t.co/9C2NQ1cl
Stop sign projected onto water curtain to warn over-height trucks: http://j.mp/10Ar7hZ
Holy shit: the @simplify app showed the transaction before the waitress came back with the check.
After some brief procrastination, CoffeeTable now has a bookmarklet for loading on any page: http://t.co/rWymTae #CoffeeScript #backtowork
Updated CoffeeTable to v0.3.0, now with object expansion: http://t.co/VTDPueou #coffeescript
Nicely done, residents of Austin, TX: http://j.mp/ZwEcMf /via @chriseppstein
A recap of the first @designdebaters debate: “All Web Designers Must Learn To Code”http://t.co/rVCzCZjG
+1. Django's static files handling is bonkers. Never how I expect. Just want to put shit in, get shit out. http://j.mp/W4qCeI via @zedshaw
All @fieldnotesbrand books I've used, to date: http://t.co/MOnrWxRn
Pretty cool to see the president excited about science at the #WHScienceFair — RT @whitehouseostp: http://t.co/rMlimDOJ
@jon_favreau @caseythea there's quite a discussion about 'a' vs 'an' on english.stackexchange.com: http://t.co/9CweToK
Good example of why brands need smart people with freedom on their Twitter feeds, featuring @digg, @buzzfeed, & more: http://j.mp/14Qm6KH
#DjangoCon In progress Storifying of @selenamarie's keynote: http://t.co/E6SfmXPj
@anildash public health includes our habit of media-fueled rubbernecking that emphasizes the actor, not the victims.
Every time I see what @square's up to, I want to have a physical store with actual products, just so I can use their stuff.
I've been using Fargo, @davewiner's great new outliner tool, for a bit. One of it's niftier features, custom CSS: http://j.mp/11lsUd1
Designer with a coding problem. Geeking out over editing tools at @marquee.