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Linkdump for March 16th

by Rob Friesel

Silicon Valley’s Youth Problem Written by Yiren Lu for NYTimes.com; such a great piece. This pull quote doesn't quite summarize it, but it comes close: Since the acquisition, Biswas, who is 32, has fought to retain the spirit of the vanguard, but his struggle reveals an implicit fear — that young engineers might be willing […]

Linkdump for March 5th

by Rob Friesel

Debugging JavaScript in a Hostile Environment E.J. Dyksen, writing at Mutually Human. It's an interesting story of how they handled the debugging for this particular environment (WebBrowser Control in a VB app), even if the solution itself is not especially novel. The one surprise (to me) was that the Angular $log service was not mentioned. […]

Linkdump for September 30th

by Rob Friesel

Inescapable, apocalyptic dread: The terrifying nuclear autumn of 1983 Alexander Zaitchik (Salon.com): You could fill an entire book with the Strangelovean rhetoric of the first two years of Reagan’s term. (tagged: Cold War Nostalgia ) Jeff Russell’s Starship Dimensions Had this sent to me around the same time that this other (derived?) image was making […]

Linkdump for December 6th

by Rob Friesel

TSA Glass Box Mother Over Stored Breast Milk at X-Ray Nation (via DF; emphasis added): My patience wears thin and I start crying. It is hard to see on this video, but real tears wouldn’t stop streaming down my face. About 10 minutes into all this, a Phoenix PD comes to calm me down. I […]

Linkdump for November 17th

by Rob Friesel

Odd Man Out. Why isn’t anyone else taking paternity leave? (tagged: parenting essay ) 9 Most Common IE Bugs and How to Fix Them at Nettuts+ — just keep reminding yourself (tagged: webdev IE debugging work ) A bug’s dance at The University of Chicago Magazine: Arts & Sciences — “Julia Oldham’s artwork is inspired […]

debugging Malkovich

by Rob Friesel

While I wouldn’t say that I spoke to soon (re: “Poor Malkovich“), perhaps the situation bears some additional prudence to fully explore the options for remedy and repair.  After all, it should not be necessary to replace that iMac G5.  So let’s put all the cards out there.  Firstly — what the hell is going […]

Linkdump for March 6th

by Rob Friesel

Why I’m Buying the New Mac Mini: Value Reconsidered at The Apple Blog: It is underpowered, it is overpriced, and, worst of all, as Gizmodo points out, it is not easily upgradeable after the fact, so most users would be advised to bite the bullet and pay Apple’s extortionate rates for in-house upgrades, or risk […]

Linkdump for February 6th

by Rob Friesel

These are my links for February 4th through February 6th: