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Month: July 2015

The Amiga turns 30—“Nobody had ever designed a personal computer this way” | Ars Technica

Must. Link. To. This… Ars Technica’s eight-part series on the history of the Amiga. Backstory: Back in the late eighties…

Book Collections – Bookicious

Bookicious features the reading lists of founders and makers.

Easy Docs – WordPress Documentation Theme

I came across this WordPress theme a couple years back. It serves one purpose: providing a place to publish your…

Backchannel’s Early Adopter Apple Watch Review

Backchannel pooled the collective impressions of their network on Medium to provide their Apple Watch review chock full of impressions…

Bushel | Manage and protect your Apple devices anytime from anywhere.

Need to manage multiple Apple devices? Bushel looks up to the task. Bushel is a cloud-based Mobile Device Management (MDM)…

Links of Interest – WordPress and the GPL, Apple Music, Charles Dickens’ notes

Thesis, Automattic, and WordPress Brian Krogsgard has written a thorough analysis of conflict between Automattic (the parent company of WordPress)…

Recent Work – Consumer ASICs Pages

My posts here have been in short supply due to a heavy workload in recent weeks. One project I’ve been…

Links of Interest – SEO Edition

Wanted: SEO Manager for Up and Coming Search Engine Company Did you hear? Google is hiring an SEO Manager to improve…

Dropbox for Gmail chrome.google.com

Dropbox for Gmail

The Dropbox for Gmail extension for the Google Chrome browser makes it super simple to include Dropbox download links in…

Links of Interest – Science Edition – Twins, Mars, and Neuroscience

Today’s links of interest share a science theme. The first two are about twins, and they’re both quite long. I…

STAMP app – Spotify playlist to Apple Music

So, you’re enjoying your three-month free trial of Apple Music, but you miss your Spotify playlists? The STAMP app aims…

What Goes Where: Making Sense of Meteor’s Client/Server Split – Discover Meteor

Sacha Greif helps us understand Meteor’s Client/Server split. One of Meteor’s biggest selling point[s] is the way it blurs the…

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