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druework: now you can listen to your favorite spam...
coderman: if I could skull fuck someone over the internet, this jack ass Darl McBride would be my first victim
skimpIzu: cool and season 1 is still at bt.theory.org
^matthew: "The idea is that the state doesn't have rights to limit individuals' wants and passions. I disagree with that." --Rick Santorum, top ranking Republican senator.
dav^: Dav's friendster data mapped to Schuyler's dymaxion world
Schuyler: Perl module for plotting lat/long to a Fuller Dymaxion map
crysflame: "With 58 Democrats gone on Monday, the 150-member House was unable to muster the two-thirds quorum needed to conduct business. "
nym: Providers of high quality street data
crysflame: not so poor, but definitely requires more suspension than usual
Mutiny: Today is my birthday. Buy me this.
kherr: Apple negotiating with record labels to launch iTunes Music Store in Europe by end of year.
Ash: those damn alphas and their transparency.. sheesh..
deltab: fsvo. 'daily'
deltab: Having lunch at Google? Be prepared to sign an NDA.
^matthew: Scientists have recently discovered that various complex systems have an underlying architecture governed by shared organizing principles. This insight has important implications for a host of applications, from drug development to Internet security
druework: "Ja, is true," said the smiling Stockholm native. "I am getting laid big-time."