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Karl Puder
I'm another geeky nerd on the internet. I am eclectic, preferring quality to popularity. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
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Muhammad Lila Jul 21
How Canada works: - Family owns chocolate factory in Syria - Factory gets bombed - They lose everything - Canadians sponsor them - They move to town of 4,000 people - Dad starts making chocolate in basement - Word spreads They now make 250,000 pieces of chocolate a month 🇨🇦
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Karl Puder 11h
Cool. Has seen this?
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Karl Puder 11h
It looks like you have a plan. Good luck with that. Thanks for sharing so that I know to avoid your projects. I find myself much more productive in a coöperative environment than a competitive one.
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Matt Jul 19
Great slide from showing how we should shift the stereotypical tech culture to be more positive.
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PoliticsVideoChannel 23h
BREAKING: New York Giants owner Steve Tisch RIPS Trump says NY Giants players will not be punished for national anthem kneeling, “We support our players. They are not going to be punished. There is not going to be any punitive action taking place against them.”
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The Atlantic 13h
The Trump-Russia narrative has taken on a life of its own, reports:
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Karl Puder 13h
Replying to @violetblue
AFAIK, this is always true. The remedy is to remember that it is a draft. Writing is revising. Accept imperfection. Improve it on the next pass.
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Kim Goodwin Jul 19
I have had more than one male colleague sincerely ask whether a certain behavior is mansplaining. Since apparently this is hard to figure out, I made one of them a chart.
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Mikel Jollett Jul 20
Replying to @Mikel_Jollett
Under Barack Obama -- a regular church-goer with a scandal-free Presidency -- only 30% of white evangelicals said they would accept immoral personal behavior by an elected official. Under President Donald Trump, 72% said they would accept immorality.
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Eva Jul 20
If your reputation is damaged because something terrible you did becomes public, the problem is not the damage to your reputation, it's that you did something terrible.
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Tay Zonday Jul 19
Being poor now just leads to being more poor later. Can't pay to clean your teeth? Next year, pay for a root canal. Can't pay for a new mattress? Next year, pay for back surgery. Can't pay to get that lump checked out? Next year, pay for stage 3 cancer. Poverty charges interest.
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Rebecca Case Jul 8
There needs to be more than just 20-30 year old white and Asian dudes writing it, because software isn’t just used by 20-30 year old white and Asian dudes. It’s used by everyone. The people writing it have a heavy hand in how it comes out.
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Grady Booch Jul 7
Ada Lovelace devised the first program. Grace Hopper wrote the first complier. Margaret Hamilton started the field of software engineering. Women have always been and will always be essential to the advance of computing.
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Dictionary.com Jul 16
Quisling: A person who betrays his or her own country by aiding an invading enemy, often serving later in a puppet government.
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Dictionary.com Jul 16
Patriot: A person who loves, supports, and defends his or her country and its interests with devotion. Traitor: A person who commits treason by betraying his or her country.
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Melissa 💫 Jul 17
one of the benefits of the boomers aging out I haven't seen receive adequate hype is people in customer-facing jobs will finally be able to dye their hair whatever color they well please
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Rick Smith Jul 17
Sarah: Trump can't help himself. Even when his handlers try to control him, he can't stop. We have a treasonous asset in the WH; Trump has been displaying this openly. It's taken a while for the public to grasp it.
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Don Cheadle Jul 17
often, for substantive change to occur for the good of all of us, the “right” people have to feel the wrong things ...
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Karl Puder Jul 17
Replying to @DonCheadle
McCright, A.M., Dunlap, R.E., Cool dudes: The denial of climate change among conservative white males in the United States. Global Environ. Change (2011), doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2011.06.003
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Karl Puder Jul 17
All the shots Barack Obama took at Donald Trump without naming him via
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