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Last friday I taped an iPhone to my head and ran around Paris capturing the most famous sights in a single (somewhat shaky) shot. Here's the video:
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*spot reserved for a later comment* - Micah from iPhone
Now we know what that 94 minute video was. :) - NOT THE CRICKET
that explain other FF posts, looking for tapes and where can one upload large video files ;-). - Tzury Bar Yochay
Yeah, I never did get the duct tape though, so I had to use clear packaging tape instead (with a sock stuffed between the iPhone and my hat to get the correctish angle). - Paul Buchheit
Patent it NOW - Josh Haley
Well, this is just genius! - Eric - Let Me Know
When you said you ran you weren't speaking metaphorically. - Eric - Let Me Know
Very Cool Paul! - Jeff P. Henderson
great and inspiring - Nenko Ivanov
this was perfect, I opened up my Paris map and followed you :) - İpek Aral
I'm surprised you were able to follow. I didn't have a map (my iPhone was taped to my head!) so I made a number of wrong turns, though the high-level route was pretty basic. - Paul Buchheit
Saw the vimeo on your stream and watched a little of it. Great stuff! Cool to see new iphone vid quality. (er 3gs? quality, hmm) Oh yeah, and enjoy Paris! - Jay
It's actually a 3GS, not an iphone 4. - Paul Buchheit
I think I might tape a photo of Paul with an iPhone taped to his head to my head because I want to get arrested for being a menace. - Akiva
You can fit an iPad on my forehead. - Josh Haley
Ahhh this explains the "ducktape in Paris" stuff LOL :D (that picture is full of geeky win!) - Susan Beebe
@Paul just curious how much battery did you have left after you were done recording? - BRҰANSAҰS
Something like 22%, as I recall. I had put the phone in airplane mode to reduce wireless consumption and also because I'm concerned that an incoming call would stop the video or something. - Paul Buchheit
Not bad. I guess you could get at least 2 hours of recording on one charge. - BRҰANSAҰS from BuddyFeed
Nice idea, OP - LANjackal
this is definitely on the list of 'quirkiest things ever done with an iPhone'. :-) - Olivia Lovag
this is so romantic - τorƍue
awesome, you just needed a gun and it would make a cool REAL-time FPS :) - Emil Kirichev
oh thanks you soo much!!! I love it! - Bojan Babic
surprisingly un-shaky - Sally Relton Shakespeare
Avg. speed: 9.48 km/h (9.23 mi in 94 min, see red track - Jérôme
Paul had the initial idea for Google Glass exactly two years before Google launched Glass. :) - Space Cowboy
Now, if only he had thought of Gmail. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
I hope this isn't the start of a "people walk around cities w/smartphones taped to their hats" trend. - rönin
I hope it is - Mo Kargas
If so, it'll just be transitional until smartphones are replaced by glasses-phones. Or smart glasses. Do we have an official name for those yet? - Andrew C (✔)
Iphone taped to the forehead, what a nice way to show #IamAmerican abroad :) - A. T.
first laugh of the day, ty a.t. - chaz2b
^ my pleasure :) - A. T.
LOL, Google Glass back in the days. Monsieur: Martini? Great stuff as I was doing myself a lot of these then too... 9) - Zu from AOD
up di apprezzamento dall'Italia - naltro
Not quite last Friday. - Joe
Barking up the wrong trees, Laina. - Joe
Amit Patel
Best website design - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
The audio is something. - Joe
Amit Patel
If this doesn't terrify you... Google's computers OUTWIT their humans • The Register -
"Google no longer understands how its "deep learning" decision-making computer systems have made themselves so good at recognizing things in photos. This means the internet giant may need fewer experts in future as it can instead rely on its semi-autonomous, semi-smart machines to solve problems all on their own." - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
"This means that for some things, Google researchers can no longer explain exactly how the system has learned to spot certain objects, because the programming appears to think independently from its creators, and its complex cognitive processes are inscrutable. This "thinking" is within an extremely narrow remit, but it is demonstrably effective and independently verifiable." - Amit Patel
We've seen the same thing with genetic algorithms. People sometimes don't understand how a creation works or how it was created. Seems like a property of large state spaces. - Todd Hoff
"Sleep is unproductive and a waste of time" —Google's AI - Amit Patel
"Humans are unproductive and a waste of time and space" —Google's AI 2.0 - Mo Kargas
Amit Patel
What Is 'Evil' to Google? - Ian Bogost - The Atlantic -
What Is 'Evil' to Google? - Ian Bogost - The Atlantic
"Josh McHugh noted that while other large companies maintain lengthy corporate codes of conduct, Google's entire policy was summarized by just those three words, "Don't be evil." While there's some disagreement about its origins, Gmail creator Paul Buchheit reportedly conceived of the slogan, calling it "kind of funny" and "a bit of a jab at a lot of the other companies, especially our competitors, who at the time, in our opinion, were kind of exploiting the users to some extent."" - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
"The biggest risk—the greatest evil—lies in failing to engineer an effective implementation of its own vision. Don't be evil is the Silicon Valley version of Be true to yourself. It is both tautology and narcissism" - Amit Patel
Except that doesn't make any sense. Don't be evil is an ethical imperative. Be true to yourself is a denial of ethical obligation and is more inline with the exploit users frame of mind because being true to yourself degrades into rewarding yourself. - Todd Hoff
This article is evil :) - Paul Buchheit
I also find it odd that there is now "some disagreement about its origins". Where did that disagreement come from? - Paul Buchheit
Paul: In some interviews, Eric Schmidt has attributed the origin to Larry and Sergey. See - Stephen Mack from iPhone
And even Wikipedia doesn't offer authority: - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Paul: in some interview, Marissa said I had come up with it (probably on our office whiteboard wall) in 1999, before the core values meeting in 2001. I don't remember doing this. It seems plausible but the first recorded occurrence of "don't be evil" I had found (thanks to gmail search) was the 2001 meeting, so that's what I tell people. - Amit Patel
The reporter probably mixed up her story about you writing it on whiteboards all over Google (in "Amit-sans") after the core values meeting. If we both agree on the history, is that authoritative enough to fix Wikipedia, or does it have to be written by a reporter in order to be true? - Paul Buchheit
And that's how legends are born. Hopefully in a 100 years we won't have warring factions over which is correct :-) - Todd Hoff
Paul, write a blog post and then someone can edit Wiki accordingly. :) - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I think if you write it anywhere *but* Wikipedia, it is considered true. - Gabe
Paul: I asked Marissa; she said she remembers me writing "don't be evil" in 1999, which whiteboard it was on, which meeting she was in, how long after she joined, and which people were annoyed by it. So that makes me believe it must've been one of many random witty things I wrote on whiteboards. I remember almost none of them. I should've written them all down. - Amit Patel
So if I were writing the history book tonight (and I'm glad I'm not), it'd be that I had written it as some random silly-but-serious thing, and you later came up with the same phrase as the company's core value. - Amit Patel
I just laughed at the "I should've written them all down." - NOT THE CRICKET
Heck, just start taking pictures of the whiteboard wit. Someone will parse through all the pictures someday. - Janet
How bizarre. I'm fairly certain that it originated at the company values meeting, but obviously there's no way to prove prior non-usage. History is hard. - Paul Buchheit
Paul, re: Wikipedia: you or Amit couldn't edit Wikipedia, but if you did blog about it, it could be cited as a source as long as a reliable secondary source reported on it (under the assumption the secondary source fact-checked the claim): Self-published sources (inc. blogs) by themselves can... more... - Mark Trapp
I totally remember it originating at the values meeting. I didn't go, but I remember Paul telling me about it at the time. Can't we just link to this friendfeed entry from wikipedia? - Private Sanjeev
I think the only hard evidence we have is the 2001 meeting, and anything earlier than that has ambiguity — we don't know who said it first (e.g. maybe I wrote down something Sergey said), it wasn't an official company core value, it probably wasn't widespread, etc. So I'm happy to leave things the way they are. - Amit Patel
I think maybe what has happened is that it feels like it was around very early, and therefore people start to assume that it must have predated the 2001 meeting. I have a pretty clear memory of it originating at the values meeting, but my first guess for the date of that meeting was 2000 -- fortunately we have records for that :) - Paul Buchheit
This came up in a fairly recent This Week in Google podcast and I was amazed that Paul's name wasn't mentioned. Apparently they were relying on Google (the search engine, not the company) for their sources ... and Gina remembered reading something about it in Levy's book. - Laura Norvig
Laura, I wouldn't rely on TWIG as being particularly correct often. - Louis Gray
Todd Hoff
BBC News - IBM unveils computer fed by 'electronic blood' -
BBC News - IBM unveils computer fed by 'electronic blood'
"The human brain packs phenomenal computing power into a tiny space and uses only 20 watts of energy - an efficiency IBM is keen to match. Its new "redox flow" system pumps an electrolyte "blood" through a computer, carrying power in and taking heat out. Continue reading the main story “ Start Quote Only 1% of a computer is used to process information. And we think we've built a good computer?” Dr Bruno Michel IBM Zurich A very basic model was demonstrated this week at the technology giant's Zurich lab by Dr Patrick Ruch and Dr Bruno Michel. Their vision is that by 2060, a one petaflop computer that would fill half a football field today, will fit on your desktop. "We want to fit a supercomputer inside a sugarcube. To do that, we need a paradigm shift in electronics - we need to be motivated by our brain," says Michel. "The human brain is 10,000 times more dense and efficient than any computer today. "That's possible because it uses only one - extremely efficient - network of capillaries and blood vessels to transport heat and energy - all at the same time."" - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
Louis Gray
New FriendFeed Logo.
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Hahaha! - Stephen Mack
OMGee - Eric - Let Me Know from iPhone
That will turn it around! - Morton Fox
It would be awesome if the logo could actually be changed for just a little while. But, could Yahoo! sue based on the use of the exclamation mark? - Joe
I don't think I can handle two logo changes in one week. - rönin
yahoo 的新 logo 迅速成为吐槽对象。 - ashbee
yaaaaaahoooooooooooooeeeeey! - AJ Batac
So whimsical! :D - AJ Batac
FriendHoo / YaFeed - Stephen Mack from iPhone
ADD ME FRIENDS - Wahyu Cah Brosela
Amit Patel
Wildlife safari in Oregon gave me a chance to get closer than usual.
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They're used to cars driving by. The heron was at the side of the road. The hippo was behind a wire (also see my close-up The zebra crossed the road in front of my car. And the ostrich was sitting at the side of the road, not bothered by me driving by. - Amit Patel
Amit Patel
Blobs in Games: Origin Story -
Blobs in Games: Origin Story
"SimBlob. This is the project that got me interested in tile games, hex maps, pathfinding, road drawing, economic simulation, AI, and procedural map generation. Those of you who have been following me for a long time know that these are topics I'm especially fond of. This project was a huge influence on me and my game programming site. It ended 15 summers ago." - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
"Working on SimBlob was great for me. I learned a lot about science, economics, simulation, and programming. I learned that finishing a game wasn't as interesting to me as understanding a topic and writing about it. " - Amit Patel
Paul Buchheit
Thank you for writing this, Paul. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Wow. - Melly
Thanks for sharing. - Steve C, Team Marina
*liking again* - bentley
Wonderful. - Mary B: #TeamMonique from iPhone
Amit Patel
Banished Gameplay (Alpha Build) - YouTube -
Banished Gameplay (Alpha Build) - YouTube
"Banished is a city building strategy game. This video shows how the game works and how to start a small town." - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
"Banished has no skill trees. Any structure can be built at any time, provided that your people have collected the resources to do so. There is no money. Instead, your hard-earned resources can be bartered away with the arrival of trade vessels. These merchants are the key to adding livestock and annual crops to the townspeople’s diet; however, their lengthy trade route comes with the risk of bringing illnesses from abroad." - Amit Patel
"The townspeople of Banished are your primary resource. They are born, grow older, work, have children of their own, and eventually die. Keeping them healthy, happy, and well-fed are essential to making your town grow." - Amit Patel
Larry Hosken
Are you a Seattle-area computer programmer? Do I know you? Do you not work for Google, for which I'm still in the no-poaching time-frame? Would you like to be... -
Dave Winer
What the White House Looks Like Completely Gutted.
Amit Patel
Blobs in Games: Curved Roads and Tracks -
Blobs in Games: Curved Roads and Tracks
Blobs in Games: Curved Roads and Tracks
"I love city building and transportation games, and ever since I worked on one, I’ve had a side interest in how to represent and draw roads and railroad tracks. After playing lots of Cities XL, I started to wonder how I’d represent curved roads." - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
I started in October and as you all know I got distracted in Dec/Jan by birdwatching :) :) so I'm only now finishing this up. Time to figure out my next project! I'll probably wait a week before starting the next article. - Amit Patel
BTW the actual article is here: and the diagrams are interactive, so mouse/touch each diagram and drag the yellow circles around to see how the different types of curves work. - Amit Patel
Amit Patel
I just went on the best birdwatching trip ever! I may need dendroica's help in identifying some of these hawk-like things … they're all “hawks” to me! But they're really hawks, harriers, merlins, falcons, kites, eagles, …
One of my pics is so close that I can almost count its eyelashes… or whatever hawks have. - Amit Patel
(Reviewing pics now) Woah. Hawks have clear eyelids?!?!?! - Amit Patel
Turns out they blink with a “nictitating membrane”, separate from their eyelids. - Amit Patel
Where did you go birdwatching? - Todd Hoff
Gray Lodge — — then Klamath Basin — — then Sacramento NWR — - Amit Patel
Nearly 800 photos, so it'll take some time to go through them. - Amit Patel
Cool, looks like a great trip. - Todd Hoff
April Buchheit
Hi, FriendFeed! I've missed you.
Hi April!! - Georgia
Hi, Georgia! *waves* - April Buchheit from iPhone
Hey April, Happy New Year! - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Happy New Year, Starmama! ^_^ - April Buchheit from iPhone
Eric: Yo! - April Buchheit from iPhone
Hi, Spidra! - April Buchheit from iPhone
Hola! - imabonehead
What up April - chrisofspades
howdy! - Big Joe Silence
Imabonehead: Mabuhay! - April Buchheit from iPhone
Not much, chrisofspades. Wattupwitchoo? - April Buchheit from iPhone
Joe: Howdy back at cha! ;) - April Buchheit from iPhone
April!! - Amit Patel
We've missed you too! - Bruce Lewis
Happy New Year, April. :) - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Happy New Year, April ! - A. T.
Happy New Year! - Wulffy
Happy New Year!!! - April Buchheit from iPhone
Gung hoy fat choy - amelia arapoff from iPhone
Hey April (I know, I'm late to the party :-)). - Kol Tregaskes
Come here more often. I had to check Facebook to find out how you were doing! - Bruce Lewis
Tudor Bosman
I can finally share what I've been working on for a while:
Cool! Grats Tudor. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Double cool - Todd Hoff
Looks very cool indeed! - Juan Pablo González
Piaw Na
Killing My Voice Mail – Whatever -
I should do the same. - Piaw Na
Amit Patel
Google's FTC Settlement Is An Epic Fail For Microsoft -
Google's FTC Settlement Is An Epic Fail For Microsoft
"For years Microsoft has devoted massive resources and energy to waging a sneaky shadow war against Google, fielding an army of lobbyists and front groups that exist almost completely to spread anti-Google propaganda, including, the Association for Competitive Technology, FairSearch and SafeGov.  They call themselves “industry groups,” and they have lots of members, but they’re basically Microsoft fronts devoted to hating on Google. Take a glance through ICOMP’s “newsroom” and “Voices” section and white papers and “ICOMP in the News” section. It’s pretty much all Google, all the time — and all negative. It’s a whole website devoted to bashing Google, and frankly it’s kind of incredible, in a twisted way." - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
Mihai Parparita
Screenshot-proof images via temporal dithering -
Amit Patel
Barack Obama Being Adorable with Adorable Children -
Barack Obama Being Adorable with Adorable Children
Barack Obama Being Adorable with Adorable Children
Louis Gray
Matthew! I thought we made it clear that toes are not a food group!
NOM - Josh Haley
Babies love toesies...nom nom nom - Threepwood
But daaaaad they has a flavor!!! - Yolanda
Yolanda, I'll have to trust him. I'm not sucking his toes to find out. - Louis Gray
mmm... nom, nom... bacon flavored toes. - Ken Stewart | ChangeForge
Oh I remember doing that as a kid too. Those were fun times. - Tamar Weinberg
So what you're saying is that toes are not a "legit" snack? <bows graciously to the thundering applause> - Mitch
Ohhh nooo, Mitch. How could you ;-) +1 - Ken Stewart | ChangeForge
yeah -- if it doesn't work for trash, it doesn't work for toes. ;) - John LeMasney
ZING - Mitch
My online Persian to English translator reports: "copy the dynamic and a victory for scandal". FAIL? :-) - Louis Gray
If Matthew's dad cleaned his little toes, he wouldn't have to gnosh on it. :-) - john
you are just jealous because you can't do that anymore - Iphigenie
داشتیم جوان؟ =))))))))))))))))))))) - شروین فتحی
سایه خانم صداش رو در نیار :))) - شروین فتحی
so cute! - Stormy
واااای یاد یه جریانی و این چیزا به خیر... اسمایلی سوتی - سایه
Ah, but what about Toe-Jam? - Christian (Simply X)
TOE-tally! - MiniMage
I used to do this! sucking my big toe. I learned it from a ride at epcot center. - PJ Gormley
خانم سایه: در این مورد هم می‌تونید توضیح بدید - هادی خ
Amit Patel
Emacs highlight-indentation-mode makes it easier to see indentation, especially for python. (I'd include the screenshot but the FF bookmark doesn't grab images from https …) - Amit Patel
Tudor Bosman
For school, I was assigned to make the worst floor plan for a house possible. I got an A. : funny -
For school, I was assigned to make the worst floor plan for a house possible. I got an A. : funny
At first I dismissed the post as silly, but there is awesomeness here. Also, read the reddit comments. - Tudor Bosman from Bookmarklet
Victor Ganata
Then again, any sufficiently advanced form of stupidity is indistinguishable from malice.
That's a keeper, right there... - Kevin (aka ThreadKilla)
I wish I could take credit, but the Internet calls it Grey's Law. Or Grey's Corollary to Hanlon's Razor. - Victor Ganata
Steve and 4 other people
"51 percent of respondents [...]believe stormy weather can interfere with cloud computing"
Ha ha ha! - Stephen Mack
^ I was just thinking of that. Sometimes the weather does affect it, if it takes down critical infrastructure. - Jennifer Dittrich
Kevin Fox
RT @jasonfried: Wow, this method for separating the egg yellows and egg whites is super clever: (via @kottke)
RT @jasonfried: Wow, this method for separating the egg yellows and egg whites is super clever: (via @kottke)
Amit Patel
Planetary Annihilation - A Next Generation RTS by Uber Entertainment Inc — Kickstarter -
Planetary Annihilation - A Next Generation RTS by Uber Entertainment Inc — Kickstarter
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People who worked on Total Annihilation are raising money through Kickstarter to make a similar but much bigger game. - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
I loved Total Annihilation. (more than Supreme Commander) - Amit Patel
Kevin Fox
RT @brainpicker: A real-life Don Draper moment - Saul Bass pitches the original Bell Systems (turned AT&T) logo in rare 1969 footage
RT @brainpicker: A real-life Don Draper moment - Saul Bass pitches the original Bell Systems (turned AT&T) logo in rare 1969 footage
Victor Ganata
RT @delong: John Scalzi: A Self-Made Man Looks At How He Made It
Scalzi++++ - Andrew C (✔)
So this has been in the works for awhile and we're close enough that I guess I can announce it. My current position has been as an interim public services librarian at Loyola University New Orleans where I worked part time the past year while juggling everything else. As of August 1, I'll be a full-time librarian here working with student outreach.
Hell-fucking-yeah! - Zamms
Woot!!! Congrats!!! - ωαřмaiden ❤Bassetmom❤
Congrats! - Mary Carmen
Is it totally inappropriate that my first reaction was to type "*humps your leg*"? Congratulations, handsome. :) - Hookuh Tinypants
Congrats - Rodfather
Yay You! - Friar Will
hooray! - ~Courtney F
Congrats! - John (bird whisperer)
Congratulations, Derrick! - Stephan from iPhone
Woo hoo!!!! Congrats! - Rachel Walden
HOT DAMN! Go you and go Loyola! - RepoRat
Congrats! - Walt Crawford
Awesome. Congratulations! - Joe
Excellent! Congrats :) - ellbeecee
Congratulations! - Anne Graham
Big Congratulations, D!!! I'm very happy for you, but I was hoping that you would venture out to the DC area ;) - CarlC
Thanks everyone. I was worried for a bit because the conditions of my grant require that I stay in S. Louisiana for two years after graduating to work in areas affected by the hurricanes. It's a tough job market everywhere but especially here. That they've extended this offer to me really is awesome. I'm very touched and honored and proud of my own hard work. - Derrick
WOO HOO!!! - Georgia
awesome derrick.just awesome. - ♫Maurice the Trainer♫
Congrats, D!!! - Tamara J. B.
Wonderful news! Congrats! - Shannon - GlassMistress
AWESOME! Congratulations! *happy dance* - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
ALRIGHT!!! - Ha3rvey (on hiatus)
Somebody got a jobby job! Now go haggle for more vacation time! :) - SAM
Congratulations and best wishes in the new job! They are lucky to have you! - kaijsa
Congratulations. - Hedgehog
congrads mr d - chaz2b
Congratulations! - Meg VMeg
Woohoo!!!!! - lris from iPod
Congrats! =) - rönin
How wonderful! Congratulations! - Anne Bouey
FanTABulous *dances around the room* - Marianne
YAYAYAYAY!!! - laura x
Lucky school. - Steve C, Team Marina
congrats and woot! - Sir Shuping is just sir
What a lovely birthday present for me! :) Congrats, D!! - Laura
Yay! Congratulations!!! - adf
yay - mjc
Congratulations! - AJ Batac
congrats! - imabonehead
Congratulations! - Kathy
Congratulations! :-) - Maitani
WOO HOO!!!! WAY TO GO, D! - Soup in a TARDIS
'grats, brother. Well deserved - Aaron the Librarian
Good good :) - Pete
good for you D!!! - VALZONE#NEWHIP
D, this is so awesome! And I've done lots with outreach, if you ever want to bat ideas around. They rock for having the good sense to keep you!!! - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
Dude, I'm not surprised they wanted to keep you. You're the awesomesauce! Enjoy the new peace of mind. At least you're in the right town to celebrate properly. :) - That's So CAJ!
Great! - Mark Kille
*just did the Cabbage Patch in real life* - Julian
I would pay good money to see Julian and Derrick do the Cabbage Patch together - Steve C, Team Marina
Excellent! - Jim #teamFFrank
Rock - Johnny from iPhone
WooHOOOOOOO!!! Congrats! - Half Pint from FFHound!
That's fabulous! Congratulations!! - Katy S
Fantabulous news. - Megan loves summer
That is such great news Derrick! - Marge LW
omigoshyayayayayayayay! - maʀtha
Grats, glad they were smart enough to realize how much they need you. ^_^ - Heather
#kermitflail Yay and congrats, D! - Jenny H.
Congratulations Derrick! - Tamara, #TeamMarina
Hooray! Even more incentive to visit NOLA again! - Corinne L
Everyone else said it. I will too. Congrats and hell fucking yeah!\ - #cryptic
\(^_^)/ Congrats! - Eivind
You are living proof that sometimes dreams do come true. Congrats! - April Russo
so this is like getting a job, only better because it's you getting the job ... yay! - henry
Wow, congratulations Derrick, you deserve this most excellent top ranking! - Adrian
Awww yeah! Wonderful news! - Rochelle *boom* Hartman
Hooray!!!! Hearty congratulations to you on your hard work *and* such work be recognized in a most appropriate manner. - Galadriel C.
FANTASTIC and unsurprising news, D! Congratulations! - Jason P
Woo-hoo! Fantastic news! Congratulations. - bentley
Time to go get that librarian tattoo - maʀtha
AWESOME!! - Alix May
Congrats! To them and to you. :0) Looking forward to Bogarting your outreach ideas, ahem. - YvonneM
Truly fantastic. So happy for you, D. - Micah
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