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Home › Blogs › Merlin's blog › Makebelieve Help, Old Butchers, and Figuring Out Who You Are (For Now)

Merlin Mann has some really good points.
(BTW, when talking about the Dreyfus-model he refers to "Refactor you Wetware" by Andy Hunt.)
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 (Spoken) languages in Europe (as seen on Digg, but from Wikipedia). Is there something like this for computer languages?
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GWave fühlt sich an wie E-Mail vor 20 Jahren: man hat ein paar Adressen von Leuten, weiß aber nicht, wer es wirklich nutzt und Inbox checkt
Twitter / Tim Pritlove
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JWZ Interview in Coders at Work at its waves through the net

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Linux vs Windows/MacOS, all over again. You gain Freedom by using an open platform, making life worse for yourself in a thousand tiny ways, any one of which can easily be dismissed, so they are. But it’s still worse.

[Somebody on the Internet about Android vs. iPhone and stuff.]
It's hard to like Android. - jerakeen.org
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First, programmers don't often have a lot of taste.

[Ouch!]
Seth's Blog: How to make graphs that work
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Browser Benchmarks

Benchmarks of three browser engines available on Linux.

Firefox 3.5: 2198.8ms Firefox full results

Midori 0.1.7: 416.2ms Webkit full results

Opera 10beta: 3565.6ms Opera full results

Webkit leads (on their own benchmark suite, though).
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To only a fraction of the human race does God give the privilege of earning one’s bread doing what one would have gladly pursued free, for passion. I am very thankful.
— The Mythical Man Month p291
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Finding a good math book is like stumbling into that room full of all of the weapons on your first time through Doom...

— noonespecial at http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=666416
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Resume an interrupted scp file transfer

alias resumescp="rsync -avzP"
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The singleton pattern is popular only because it's simple to understand - this, of course, doesn't justify its usage.
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Dear people of the Web. Please don't always claim that the technology you use is the best. It might be - for your particular use case - or quite possibly not even for that, but as long as you don't know every f*****g other technology out there chances are high you make yourself look dumb.
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