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  • @brattynat that's because the Colonel's secret ingredient is 5 years worth of the recommended sodium intake in every bucket of KFC
    12 years 4 days ago
  • Google to start banning shady advertisers outright (instead of just ads), like those damn teeth whitening ones: http://digg.com/d31Akx4
    12 years 5 days ago
  • @zyphen YOU'LL TAKE MY TORRENTS FROM MY COLD, DEA- er, I mean, I am entirely neutral on the subject, what are you talking about?
    12 years 5 days ago
  • First Pirate Bay, now Mininova going legit: http://bit.ly/7Bbk3O
    12 years 5 days ago
  • RT @D4V: This is the funniest thing I've read all day. http://bit.ly/57zGN3. awesome
    12 years 6 days ago
  • @sowrey dealing with some SVN pain myself ;) everyone and their dog seems to think Git is the future of source control, anyone used it?
    12 years 1 week ago
  • @john_hutchings @jungle_jeff I actually wrote the original version of www.seo-browser.com while at Commerx, nice to see it's still in use :)
    12 years 1 week ago
  • @john_hutchings excellent (and lengthy, 12 pages) article on James Cameron in the New Yorker from last month: http://bit.ly/1nM731
    12 years 1 week ago
  • im in ur video game, broadcasting ur emergencies: http://bit.ly/3jXMTh
    12 years 1 week ago
  • @sowrey I've heard that, but how? Tag soup means the server has to deliver more bytes, period. Render time is irrelevant for server load
    12 years 1 week ago
  • @gullage Google's web-facing code has always seemed "questionable". Their main search page still uses table layout, FONT and CENTER tags...
    12 years 1 week ago
  • RT @Chris_Staley: Via Reddit: Looks like a great JS/AJAX/Rendering debugger/profiler for IE. http://bit.ly/235xed. And free too!
    12 years 1 week ago
  • RT @MikaelLindh: RT @jameslv: New Google image search: http://bit.ly/3UKvY5 holy frackin cool!
    12 years 1 week ago
  • Compressing files on my Mac. "About 5 seconds" remaining... for the last 3 f'n hours. Windows would've had the decency to blue screen by now
    12 years 1 week ago
  • Nicolas Cage to star in a live-action adaptation of Disney's "The Sorcerer's Apprentice"?? Hopefully he plays one of the brooms...
    12 years 1 week ago
  • IBM supercomputer with 147k CPUs and 144TB of RAM simulates cat brain at 10% speed: http://bit.ly/2DUaZF. But does it like catnip?
    12 years 1 week ago
  • Seattle leads the way in anti-ninja fencing products: http://bit.ly/4dbENP
    12 years 2 weeks ago
  • @margiemagpie technically, it retweeted ME, since I added the word "porn". It's ok, you can bask in my glory tho too
    12 years 2 weeks ago
  • RT @margiemagpie: We've seen these stats over and again; now enjoy and groove to them. http://bit.ly/qCmT8. Wow, Social Media overtook porn?
    12 years 2 weeks ago
  • World's biggest skylight now open in Calgary Eaton Centre, pretty eye popping: http://twitpic.com/pw807
    12 years 2 weeks ago

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  • @SoCoAddict probably because you follow Bob Saget? http://twitpic.com/3yrkdo
    10 years 41 weeks ago
  • @hellofisher we were actually just checking out Fox Sports, the hover preview on the numbers is kinda neat: http://msn.foxsports.com/mlb
    10 years 41 weeks ago
  • Huh. Apparently surgically embedding a titanium plate & camera in the back of your skull isn't as fun as it sounds. http://engt.co/esSeWO
    10 years 42 weeks ago
  • 10 years 42 weeks ago
  • @D4V hard to go wrong with MEC either http://bit.ly/hUin12
    10 years 42 weeks ago
  • @MikaelLindh it's a noble intention to be sure, but it's hard to see people voluntarily adopting something with more restrictions on usage
    10 years 42 weeks ago
  • @MikaelLindh incentives (ie, nominal charge per bag) has worked very well, why not take the same approach to reduce paper usage?
    10 years 42 weeks ago
  • @MikaelLindh it would be like discouraging plastic bag use by designing product packaging that doesn't fit in the bags anymore
    10 years 42 weeks ago
  • "The need for control, and the inability to achieve it at a reasonable cost, is what eventually kills a business." http://bit.ly/dGwNnm
    10 years 42 weeks ago
  • @MikaelLindh ugh, that WWF format is a horrible idea. Fight paper waste with education and incentives, not artificially crippled technology
    10 years 42 weeks ago