Monthly Archives: January 2013

Links: 1-24-2013

We host tech talks at Airbnb every other Wednesday at 6pm. If you’d like to come speak here please drop us a line! Hot damn what a great list of talks. (categories: presentation techtalks video airbnb )

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Links: 1-23-2013

Edward Tufte’s defense of Aaron Swartz and the "marvelously different" | Dan Nguyen’s Hack Place Quote: "Aaron’s unique quality was that he was marvelously and vigorously different." Never met aaronsw, admired from afar though. Great tribute by ET. (categories: life … Continue reading

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Links: 1-19-2013

PeteSearch: Things users don’t care about Quote: "How long you spent on it. How hard it was to implement. How clean your architecture is. How extensible it is. How well it runs on your machine. How great it will be … Continue reading

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Links: 1-16-2013

Homebrew — MacPorts driving you to drink? Try Homebrew! If / when I get a new Mac. (categories: mac osx software )

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Links: 1-6-2013

What I learned going back to UX school Data driven usability questions: "People throw around sayings like “Easy to Use” or “Intuitive” but without some data those are merely opinions. When it comes to measuring ease of use, there are … Continue reading

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Links: 1-4-2013

Study Hacks » Blog Archive » Knowledge Workers are Bad at Working (and Here’s What to Do About It…) I like the notion of ‘deep work’, social software seems to discourage this kind of thing. (categories: focus priorities work productivity … Continue reading

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jTDS, SQL Server, IN and 2000 or more parameters

It’s been a really really long time since I blogged about an obscure problem at work and it’s the new year and all and hey… why not write a blog post once a year? A couple weeks ago we came … Continue reading

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