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Re: Really, I Have to Write This Article Again? - http://women2.com/really-...
"Awesome- thanks for writing, and so quickly. You're right, there are some really interesting, pressing and innovative projects out there. I think we've just saturated the "geekyboy" market. Time to move onto the 3rd world, environment, healthcare, etc." - anna sauce
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Re: This Not-So-Secret Corporate Shuttle Bus Map Is Just Another Sign of Change - http://www.wired.com/opinion...
"Nothing wrong with the folks on BART, it's fine for the majority of East Bay residents." - anna sauce
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Re: This Not-So-Secret Corporate Shuttle Bus Map Is Just Another Sign of Change - http://www.wired.com/opinion...
"What about opening up the private shuttles to the public? Overlay this map with a real public transit map, and you have a customer base demanding faster, more efficient routes to the south bay." - anna sauce
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Re: Those Anonymous Busses of Digital Workers, and Commutes - http://www.banane.com/2013...
"Shuttles from Caltrain would reach all points- interested in the study, I guess. Also, better bike support on SF infrastructure would enable more end-to-end commuting to points south. Still, working in the south and living in SF is the real issue." - anna sauce
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Re: 9 coffee drinks with clever nicknames that you've probably never heard of - http://en.ilovecoffee.jp/posts...
"cafe con panne (whipped cream), and cafe americano" - anna sauce
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Re: Startup Silicon Valley Reviews in No Particular Order: Dwight - http://www.banane.com/2013...
"Yeah, definitely an uphill battle" - anna sauce
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Re: Sample Koala-Facebook Ruby on Rails App - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Feel free to submit a PR" - anna sauce
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Re: There Are No Women On StackOverflow… Or Are There? - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Is it nice? No. Is it funny to me (that she said it) yes. But not because of its irony, but because of its truth." - anna sauce
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Re: There Are No Women On StackOverflow… Or Are There? - http://www.banane.com/2012...
""Glad you took the effort to generalize males on a sexism post, quite the irony" Reversal doesn't work. One party has privilege." - anna sauce
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Bow Bow Cocktail Lounge (5/5) - http://www.yelp.com/biz...
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"I love this place, and they love me, riiiiigggghhhht. One of my favorite "end-ups" in Chinatown, on a weekend night. Mama Candy and Johnny run a tight ship, and you can always make a friend or sing a…" - anna sauce
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Bow Bow Cocktail Lounge (5/5) - http://www.yelp.com/biz...
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"I love this place, and they love me, riiiiigggghhhht. One of my favorite "end-ups" in Chinatown, on a weekend night. Mama Candy and Johnny run a tight ship, and you can always make a friend or sing a…" - anna sauce
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The RealReal (5/5) - http://www.yelp.com/biz...
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"So far so good! Neat concept, nice people, innovative idea. I usually don't buy designer, but this has opened my eyes to "already-vetted" clothes and styles. The prices are great too. So glad this is…" - anna sauce
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Re: Ruby on Rails and Facebook API (Koala): Basic Example - http://www.banane.com/2011...
"I know how to do iFrame apps with PHP, but not Rails, not sure if that helps. The way you manage that is that you send it the same way to authenticate, but in the HREF to auth, remember to type "_top" to access the authentication flow through Facebook (not in the frame). When Facebook sends the user back to your app, you will be on the main index page. Sniff for the signed_request post object, and that will have a UID, noting that the user has authenticated. Koala has a flow for this, I just didn't do an example for that." - anna sauce
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Re: Sample Koala-Facebook Ruby on Rails App - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"The callback path is probably wrong and/or the url you're using is different from the one you've registered in Facebook. Check the application settings." - anna sauce
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Re: Sample Koala-Facebook Ruby on Rails App - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Thanks for the praise! Sorry, yeah that is a pretty obvious error message, so there  probably is some typo in the app id somewhere- you can also echo/puts out the connect string (auth_url) and test in a browser to debug." - anna sauce
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Re: Myers & the Glass Cliff - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"That's some crazy place in China - added the credit, thanks Melanie. I remember when she was being *evicerated* on that old horrible snarky site Valleywag, as one of the only serious engineers -of-female-gender- at Google, and not bad looking, to boot. She survived, that's true." - anna sauce
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Re: Myers & the Glass Cliff - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"I hope- that's a good positive outcome, if it comes true." - anna sauce
Michael W. May
A pattern I've finally picked up on: good dreams go to shit pretty quickly when I have to pee in the middle of sleep. It seems to be my brain's way of slapping me awake so I'll get up and go.
I hate that. I'll be in the middle of a good dream and I wake up because I have to pee and I try my hardest to get back to my awesome dream to no avail. - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
I just had a "i'm freezing" episode last night where every little storyline in my head got all anxiety-dreamish, until I grabbed another blanket. The mind is a beautiful thing. - anna sauce
Bash
I think Moxie has accepted little Madison. :) http://www.bashful7.com/MadMox...
We just had the kitty cat express come through the house - these two are really playing hard today! Moxie loves to chase the baby. :) - Bash
AAAWWWWWWWWWWWWwwwwwww!!!! What a good girl Moxie!! So glad they are friends had having fun! - Rachel Lea Fox
awwww - anna sauce
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Re: The Imposter Syndrome and Knowing Things - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Hey Julie, that's awesome. And also that you made it out to one." - anna sauce
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Re: The Imposter Syndrome and Knowing Things - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Thanks Jon, interesting to see it on the flip side, huh. I get the assumption that I'm good at design, all the time. Or, that I'm interested in "how things look." I recently was consulted on a women-centered hackfest, and asked "should we have centerpieces with flowers?" I'm like, WTF, for a mobile hackathon? Uh who cares?? (and why would I know?)" - anna sauce
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Re: The Imposter Syndrome and Knowing Things - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Thanks Sally! I think of you re: presenting at science conferences and winning grants (btw Sally has won some seriously large grants for CMV (immune/microvirology) research." - anna sauce
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Re: The Imposter Syndrome and Knowing Things - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Thanks for replying Laura, great to know you enjoyed it." - anna sauce
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Re: There Are No Women On StackOverflow… Or Are There? - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Yay! I also am all about the visibility. As I've learned from helping kids/young women and others in the field, you don't really know you're a role model... until you are one. And I think I would have found my love of making apps & games earlier if I'd had more, of course. Instead, it was everyone's boring dad doing computers (sorry friend's dad's growing up, but you understand). At a high school girl's programming camp the other day, one of them was like "are you a partier?" with this kind of shocked and amazed expressino... I had just finished the Black Eyed Peas FB app. And when I acknowledged, that yes, I did enjoy going out, etc. I seriously got this whole little posse around me. So just saying, while lurking may help you personally, there is a bit of karma give back out there." - anna sauce
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Re: There Are No Women On StackOverflow… Or Are There? - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Thanks Melanie. I really like the editing, because so many times the questions are asked poorly, and the small bit of editing I've had has been great. Not sure if Quora still allows, but SO only gives editing to more experienced-app users. The Quora thing rubbed me the wrong way, but SO editing didn't. Maybe because it's more binary/cut and dry material?" - anna sauce
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Re: There Are No Women On StackOverflow… Or Are There? - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Yeah, there's another piece to the puzzle I just found out yesterday.  A friend has 2 profiles, male and female, and the differences are alarming. I'd love it (this was suggested on the HN thread) if more guys posted as women, and shared their experiences." - anna sauce
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Re: There Are No Women On StackOverflow… Or Are There? - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Yeah, I didn't look into the Quantcast findings, and wonder how they know our gender from posting. I have seen growth lately, but over the 20 or so years in this industry, it's remained alarmingly consistently bad." - anna sauce
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Re: There Are No Women On StackOverflow… Or Are There? - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"Thanks Brian- Hopefully it will!" - anna sauce
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Re: There Are No Women On StackOverflow… Or Are There? - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"I personally like the format- I'm quoting folks who don't like it. I'm not sure, if that's gender-based, or just the usual "50% people don't like competitive arenas." I'm a sucker for gamification. What I don't like is being treated different due to my gender. My latest grief is "smiley faces," which I dislike because of the often quoted "women are more emotional" bullshit. I seriously get more emoticons than other posters (who are male). It's well meant, sure, but condescending. My earth will not shatter if you disagree with me." - anna sauce
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Re: There Are No Women On StackOverflow… Or Are There? - http://www.banane.com/2012...
"It's nice to know that you consciously try not to consider bias in your up and down voting, and many say that saying you are not biased is 50% the way there. There is, though, unconscious bias. Check out this Harvard test to see if you have bias: https://implicit.harvard.edu/i..." - anna sauce
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