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The conversation of 'readme'

05 May, 2011 - 133 words
It used to be that when I found an article that was too long to read there and then, I would add it to delicious, tag it as ‘readme’, and hope that one day I would get around to it. These days I just click my Kindlebility bookmarklet and read the article next time I’m on the bus or train, but...

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A tastier bookmarking tool

10 January, 2011 - 143 words
The practical stuff first. In February 2009, inspired by Pete Prodoehl, I set up my own version of scuttle, an open source clone, and hacked it to auto-post my bookmarks to my account using

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Downtime for a global service? Tell me when in UTC!

17 December, 2006 - 229 words
If a service with an allegedly global audience, say one run by Yahoo or by Google has some scheduled downtime, they always give the time when it will be back, or the time when it went down, in PST. Now I don’t know about you, but I couldn’t give a flying fig about...

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