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  1. Paul Ford – Medium
    “Co-founder, and” 🇺🇸

    Let’s Skim! The Slack/Salesforce Press Release
    Histoire naturelle des cétacées, 1804I find enterprise software fascinating because it operates the entire economy and yet it frequently neglects every single principle of quality that software people may espouse. Slack is/has been the anti-enterprise …
    By Paul Ford, 2,400 words

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  2. Paul Miller
    “Don't panic.” 🇬🇧

    My favourite books of 2021
    For the first part of 2021, my reading mainly consisted of Agatha Christie and John le Carré novels which I found were very easy to read with a tiny baby asleep on you. But as …
    By Paul Miller, 514 words

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  3. Paul Robert Lloyd · Writing
    “Short posts, articles and essays.” 🇬🇧

    2023-02-25 17:01
    Bristol Cathedral.
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  4. Petafloptimism
    “A matter of matter battles.” By Matt Jones. 🇬🇧

    Playing with the Grid (and cocktails)
    In the introduction to Malcolm McCullough’s #breezepunk classic “Downtime on the Microgrid” he says… This past week we (Lunar Energy) sponsored a social event for an energy industry conference in Amsterdam. There were the usual …
    By moleitau, 328 words

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    “Thoughts and essays from the guy who coined the word "blog.".” By Peter Merholz. 🇺🇸

    Review of American Artifact: The Rise of American Rock Poster Art
    American Artifact: The Rise of American Rock Poster Art is an excellent, highly DIY doc. In it, Merle Becker (who has a YouTube channel devoted do DIY video production) follows her passion around the country, …
    By peterme, 281 words

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  6. Pierre Marshall - Blog
    “Some occasional thoughts on politics and tech.” 🇬🇧

    Rental bike usage patterns
    Continuing my interest in the bicycle rental scheme in Leicester, in December last year I began collecting the station usage data from the city council’s open data API.
    By Pierre Marshall, 32 words

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    “Here are recorded many goings and comings, doings and beings; stories, symbols and meanings.” By Peter Hogg.

    The Carradice Super C Handlebar Bag and its Modifications
    I bought my Carradice Super C Handlebar Bag sometime in 2010 or 2011. I think I learned about it while reading one of the blogs of Emily Chappell as she was preparing to leave her …
    By Pig Monkey, 1,130 words

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  8. Piper Haywood — If lost, please return
    “I’m a web developer with interests in the open web, art, ethics, and many other things. This is my notebook.” 🇺🇸

    How to make around 40 applesauce and oatmeal mini-muffins with a 1½-year-old
    Ingredients 1¼ c (112 g) rolled oats 1¼ c (250 g) unsweetened apple sauce ¼ c (50 g) sugar ½ c (118 mL) milk (oat milk works too) 4 T coconut oil (melted butter works …
    By Piper Haywood, 842 words

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  9. – by Tom Coates – established 1999

    How to find me off
    Elon Musk’s Twitter in the name of ‘Free Speech’ has just banned anyone mentioning that they have accounts on other platforms – whether that be Truth Social, Facebook, Mastodon or anywhere. This is an unconscionable …
    By Tom Coates, 393 words

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  10. Polytechnic — Blog
    “The personal brain-dump of Garrett Coakley.” 🇬🇧

    CUTS #59 : Terminator 2
    Cheers! Last night was the 59th Cinema Under The Stairs and the first of 2023. And what a film, Terminator 2: Judgement Day.Arnie! Guns'n'Roses! Liquid metal!And the awesome Becky Darke was visiting from London. It …
    By Garrett Coakley, 78 words

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  11. Postbureaucrat - Home
    “Personal blogging by Steph Gray, former digital agency founder and erstwhile bureaucrat.” 🇺🇸

    A few lessons learned from tracking The Queue
    Just over a week ago, I got a call from a friend at DCMS asking for ideas on how they might help people to find the end of the queue for Her Majesty the Queen’s …
    By Steph Gray, 1,255 words

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  12. Protests and Power (Idle Words)
    “brevity is for the weak.” By Maciej Cegłowski. 🇺🇸

    Protests and Power
    In August 2020, the New York Times asked me to write an op-ed for a special feature on authoritarianism and democracy. They declined to publish my submission, which I am sharing here instead. When the …
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  13. Quomodocumque
    “Math, Madison, food, the Orioles, books, my kids.” By Jordan S. Ellenberg. 🇺🇸

    Fox-Neuwirth-Fuks cells, quantum shuffle algebras, and Malle’s conjecture for function fields: a new old paper
    I have a new paper up on the arXiv today with TriThang Tran and Craig Westerland, “Fox-Neuwirth-Fuks cells, quantum shuffle algebras, and Malle’s conjecture for function fields.” There’s a bit of a story behind this, …
    By JSE, 1,117 words

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  14. Random Notes
    “The public notebook of some guy named Scott Nesbitt.”

    See Deeper
    We live in a world where the superficial seems to have taken control. Sound bites, 280-character messages, short headlines, news briefs. We graze. We catch only a few drops out of the fire hose of …
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  15. Ratcatcher
    “The latest entries posted on Ratcatcher.”

    Happy 2023. Here are 37 tips from 2022
    Some good lists: Unsolicited Thoughts for the Young Men of New York, 1d50 Things I Learned in 2021, Better Living, Unsolicited Advice (2020, 2021, 2022) I like reading other peoples’ lists of advice or rules …
    By Happy 2023. Here are 37 tips from 2022, 916 words

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  16. The Reinvigorated Programmer NEW
    “Everything except sauropod vertebrae.” By Mike Taylor. 🇺🇸

    I made a pizza
    How it started: How it was going: How it ended: (Yes, I sliced my mozzarella instead of tearing it. I know it’s not traditional, but I like the more even covering.)
    By Mike Taylor, 35 words

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  17. ribbonfarm – constructions in magical thinking
    By Venkatesh Rao, et al. 🇺🇸

    Report Cards
    As a kid, through most of middle and high school, I got good grades. I stayed comfortably near the top of the class without working too hard, and more importantly, without explicitly aiming to be …
    By Venkatesh Rao, 58 words

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  18. Richard Smith's non-medical blogs

    If you think that abstract expressionism was about American men you must think again
    A good exhibition has an argument, and a great exhibition has an argument that convinces. By that standard the Whitechapel Gallery’s exhibition of female abstract expressionist painters, Action, Gesture, Paint, is a great exhibition. The …
    By Richard Smith, 488 words

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  19. Richly Evocative
    “Places, books & other diversions.” 🇬🇧

    Review: Obligate Carnivore by Stuart McPherson
    Broken Sleep Books, 2022. £8.99. A little like the compulsion to press a bruise, McPherson’s collection brings an irresistible tenderness together with pain. As the title suggests, beasts stalk the pages. These are not, though, …
    By Richly Evocative, 61 words

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  20. a rickety bridge of impossible crossing
    “From trash we came, to trash we shall return.” By m·bluelander. 🇺🇸

    happy palindrome day to those who celebrate
    3-2-23 🥳 If you're in a locale that celebrated palindrome day on February 3, I hope you had a good one! why americans write the date like that It's quite simple: because that's how we …
    By hidden (bluelander), 250 words

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