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Jeremy Cherfas, in response to a recent post of mine: Not exactly sure what Colin Devroe means when he says he’s “just going to publish her on my blog”. I guess that means he’s not interested in people, like me, publishing our comments on our blogs. Of course there’s no compulsion to POSSE to be […]

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Video: The Infinite Now – Armand Dijcks, whom I met in Hawaii many years ago, released these hauntingly beautiful animated cinemagraphs from photos by Ray Collins scored by André Heuvelman and Jeroen van Vliet. Photographs of Films – Jason Shulman does long exposure photography of entire films. Very cool. The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance – Netflix is creating […]

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Karissa Bell for Mashable: For starters, Assistant’s iOS app is a confusing, disjointed, mess. You’d think the Assistant would be able to easily link up with all your other Google services, but that wasn’t the case in my initial testing. It isn’t often that I agree with an article on Mashable. However, in this case […]

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I’ve been enjoying Meat Eater on Netflix. Steven Rinella seems like someone I’d hang with.

Google I/O 2017 wish list

I figured that since I wrote my Build 2017 wish list and the reviewed that list after the event, and that I plan on doing the same for WWDC this year, it would only be prudent to write down my wishes for Google I/O as well. At first when I sat down to write this list […]

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My thoughts on Build 2017

I have a few thoughts on Build 2017. First, how did Build 2017 measure up against my very short wishlist? Windows Phone. Although a few presenters over the few days managed to get an applause from the crowd when referring to Windows Phone, we saw zero announcements from MSFT in this area. The complete opposite […]

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People: “I don’t understand how you write so much on your blog.” Me: “I have so much more that I need to write on my blog!”

Minecraft: Microsoft is continuing to make good on their acquisition of Minecraft. Most recently they’ve created their own currency in the platform and launched an educational version. /sessions: A bunch of videos on front-end development. Artemis: Andy Weir, writer of The Martian (which I loved), has a new book coming out. Tokio Myers: I like […]

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Acronyms are all the rage these days and so it can be tough to keep them all straight. Don’t be ashamed if you have no idea what UAS stands for. I didn’t either. UAS stands for Unmanned Aerial System. Like an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) an UAS involves more than simply a vehicle and usually […]

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Tech IPOs in 2017, so far

Tomasz Tunguz: The IPO market in 2017 seems to be very healthy and is on pace to be twice as active as last year. Only two VC-backed tech IPOs from this year are currently trading down. Not bad.

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On Sunday we went to the Iron Horse movie bistro in downtown Scranton. I was going to write a review but Joe Evans of NEPA Scene has already hit most points that I would cover. All of the follow quotes are from his review. Be sure to head to their site to read it. The […]

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Windows Central on Build

Speaking of Build, Zac Bowden at Windows Central has a list of things to expect on Wednesday. Including this Windows Phone long shot: I have in fact been hearing that internally Microsoft continues to develop CShell for Windows 10 Mobile in Redstone 3 builds. Whether that means we’ll see it at Build, or at all, […]

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Tim Bray: On a blog, I can write about blog­ging and whim­si­cal­ly toss in self-indulgent pic­tures of May’s bud­ding aza­leas. OK, Tim. I see your azaleas and raise you these springtails. Tim’s post via Jason Kottke and Jeremy Keith. See also.

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