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  1. Autistic Jane
    “The neurodivergent lifestyle blog of Jane Lively, autistic cat mom.” 🇺🇸

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    4 things I stopped doing before going no-contact
    What happens between the time after my boundaries aren’t respected and my going no-contact with estranged relatives? I change my behavior. I had to stop engaging my relatives so I had my boundaries in place …
    By Freya J., 844 words

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  2. Babak Fakhamzadeh
    “A full stack developer, creates mobile apps and digital art.”

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    Agência Tatu
    The website of an investigate journalism outfit in Brazil which focusses heavily on data-centric reporting. The design is not mine. I built a Bootstrap-based WordPress template, and cleaned up legacy configurations for more streamlined content …
    By Babak Fakhamzadeh, 38 words

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  3. bartlett.pro
    By Mitch Bartlett. 🇨🇦

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    Beach spread
    I've only been back a couple of weeks but I feel like I could use a vacation. This was a "paint first, ink second" page and I really enjoy the final look, though I'm not …
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  4. Ben Crowder — Blog
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    Three Parts Dead, by Max Gladstone. First in the Craft sequence. I liked the legal aspect (and rathe...
    Three Parts Dead, by Max Gladstone. First in the Craft sequence. I liked the legal aspect (and rather wish there were a lot more of it), the magic system was interesting, and I felt that …
    70 words

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  5. benkuhn.net
    “Ben Kuhn's personal website.”

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    Some mistakes I made as a new manager
    This post was adapted from a “management roundtable” I gave at Anthropic. I had an unusually hard time becoming a manager: I went back and forth three times before it stuck, mostly because I made …
    By Ben Kuhn, 2,319 words

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  6. Ben Oliver
    “My chunk of internet laid bare for all to see.” 🇬🇧

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    All the Beauty and the Bloodshed
    It's personal, I hate these people. A documentary about Nan Goldin, a photographer and activist, capturing scenes from her early life and footage of her latest war against the drug-peddling Sackler family. Having just read …
    152 words

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  7. Ben Overmyer
    “Digital Platform Engineer and Game Designer.” 🇺🇸

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    Currently
    Last night I was poking around at the Homebrew Website Club and discovered a site with a "/currently" page. It's just a little status update along the lines of the old Livejournal tags. I thought …
    49 words

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  8. Ben Werdmuller
    “Ethical technology in the internet era.” 🇺🇸

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    What Elon Musk's X is getting right
    By Ben Werdmuller, 7 words

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  9. bertrand fan
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    Recreating ANSI Art from a screenshot
    In the early to mid-90s, I ran a BBS out of my bedroom. It wasn’t very popular, but I did have a lot of time on my hands and I spent a lot of that …
    2,271 words

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  10. be the future
    “make it better don't give up.” By josh. 🇺🇸

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    catching up
    photo caption: one of my favorite murals in seattle, washington. the Feed the People Plaza in the beacon hill neighborhood is the work of chef Tariq Abdullah and Malcolm “Wolf Delux” Procter. the words ‘feed …
    By josh, 658 words

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  11. Between the Bars
    “Blogs from writers in prison.” 🇺🇸

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    The 8-Ball
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    By Floyd Smith, 4 words

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  12. Birchtree
    “I've been writing here since 2010! Back when personal blogs were all the rage. Kids, ask your parents.” By Matt Birchler.

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    My iPhone 15 Pro review: one of the greats?
    Every iPhone is pretty great. Truly, anyone who works in building products, especially hardware products, can appreciate how amazing it is that Apple is able to make something at such a high volume and at …
    By Matt Birchler, 3,514 words

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  13. Black Phoebe
    “Jenifer Hanen's web home :: text + images + ideas = reading/writing + art/design + notions.” 🇺🇸

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    Frippery
    It seems to have become fashionable in Jane Austen Fan Fiction Fanon, particularly at fanfiction.net but leaking elsewhere, in the past year to use the word “frippery” to mean adornment or decoration or baubles. Every …
    By Ms. Jen, 45 words

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  14. BLCKDGRD
    By Jeff Popovich. 🇺🇸

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    Don't Hint of Dark Birds Moving Overhead
    Most of monologue in grid per increasingly normal, I was pooting at Shitlord Paid Pooter pooting that John Fetterman dresses like a slob in a House of Decorum, paid pooter pooting that Fetterman's hoodies a …
    966 words

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  15. blog.lmorchard.com - Home
    By Les Orchard. 🇺🇸

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    Using SQLite as a document database for Mastodon exports
    TL;DR: SQLite has JSON functions, generated columns, and full-text search - which all seems like a perfect mix for ingesting exports from Mastodon for search!
    34 words

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  16. Blue Witch : "defiantly and resplendently un-trendy"
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    Strange happenings
    I spent the afternoon on a Zoom call mini-conference hosted by an ex-colleague and friend. It was looking at ways...
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  17. The Boston Diaries - Captain Napalm
    “The ongoing saga of a programmer who doesn't live in Boston, nor does he even like Boston, but yet named his weblog/journal “The Boston Diaries.”.” By Sean Conner. 🇺🇸

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    YAML config file? Pain? Try Lua
    Several articles about using YAML for configuration have been making the rounds, yet rarely do I see Lua being mentioned as an alternative for configuration files. Yes, it's a language, but it started out life …
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  18. The Bounding Box – Blog of Tobias Revell
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    BOX098: We can viral it for you wholesale
    DS084: Almost entirely re-using existing assets in a new arrangement, which is part of the reason for having those assets in the first place. Mark Cavendish crashed out of Le Tour on stage eight. It …
    1,196 words

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  19. Bowblog
    “Sarcastic about technology, politics, art and media for TWENTY YEARS.” By Steve Bowbrick. 🇬🇧

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    A 1918 double bill: pathos and perfect slapstick followed by a mind-expanding account of the Russian revolution
    Mabel Normand and Vladimir Lenin, together at last I’m watching every year’s top-grossing movie, since 1913. You can get these chronological reviews in your inbox over here. MICKEY, F. RICHARD JONES, MABEL NORMAND FEATURE FILM …
    1,652 words

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  20. Brajeshwar
    “I’m on an adventure learning to build beautiful and meaningful products to improve the world for my daughters.” By Brajeshwar Oinam. 🇺🇸

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    LK-99
    LK-99 recently became a notorious topic alongside AI, UFOs with non-biological components, for its superconductivity property. LK-99 is a gray–black, polycrystalline compound, identified as a copper-doped lead‒oxyapatite. HackerNews discussion on Successful room temperature ambient-pressure magnetic …
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