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Mark Baker
Author, Every Page is Page One, Structured Writing:Rhetoric and Process
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Mark Baker 18 may.
En respuesta a @StevePadilla2
When did Writers become the enemy of words? Words are a wonder, a delight, a trasfiguration. More words. More words. By God, more words!
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Tom Gauld 5 may.
“The army of Ronnodir rides north to battle the Skeleton Queen...” (for yesterday’s )
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Deborah A. Lapeyre 3 may.
Descriptive Markup is not necessarily XML; XML is not necessarily Descriptive.
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Mark Baker 3 may.
En respuesta a @DoomsdayPicnic
I think we must consider the pure logistics of the matter. Tobacco, playing cards, and whisky are portable and have low freight costs. There are more choices when you don't have to carry your vices in your saddle bags. Nostalgia for poverty is gauche.
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Mark Baker 2 may.
En respuesta a @mrcruce @daveekrem y a 2 más
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Cruce Saunders 2 may.
En respuesta a @daveekrem @stonetemple y a 2 más
A nod to the 'Every Page is Page One' message driven for years via ** Content discovery and consumption is our main job. Not navigation enforcement. ** is the new .
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Alan J. Porter 19 abr.
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Jake Hanrahan 15 abr.
Firefighters at Notre Dame. Incredible photo by Yoan Valat.
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Ignacio Gil 15 abr.
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Tom Gauld 7 abr.
‘Some dramatic rules from Anton Chekhov’ (for the )
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Adam Roberts 4 abr.
My wife likes to watch property makeover TV shows and sometimes I watch them with her, but, invariably, when they show the presenter round their rejuvenated home I find myself shouting at the screen "WHERE ARE YOUR BOOKS? WHY ARE THERE NO BOOKS IN YOUR HOUSE YOU CLODS??"
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Bob Sipchen 4 abr.
Seriously? With all respect I suspect most people can think of several greater agonies.
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Mark Baker 30 mar.
En respuesta a @ConviviumProj
No, our uneasiness with AI stems in large measure from realizing that it *is* a proxy for the intelligence of the humans who create it. An army of Zuckerbergs is far more chilling than an army of robots.
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Eagle Technical Communicators 22 mar.
Come learn about XML from , CEO and Founder of . This workshop is for everybody—especially beginners! Join us this Wednesday, March 27 at 5:00 in AUDB 308!
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Mark Baker 20 mar.
Because it's invasive. You can't measure the totality of the customer experience without creating the experience of being spied on. Don't try to measure my experience. Listen to me when I choose to tell you about it.
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Mark Baker 20 mar.
Anyone who tries to measure all of my experience is going to get a smack
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Mark Baker 20 mar.
En respuesta a @sarahokeefe
Moral of this story: We should demolish Stonehenge and build a block of flats. That is where you were going with this, right?
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Mark Baker 19 mar.
En respuesta a @petedejong
Maybe it has something to do with how unpardonablely ugly most of the churches built in the last 60 years have been, inside and out.
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Mark Baker 19 mar.
En respuesta a @cnalive @AC_Wimmer
If, after the ressurection of the body, we can't all sit and have a beer, what's the point?
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