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Andy Bakun

Andy Bakun

Gentleman Hacker; Artifex; Raconteur; At Large; Coder laureate; Victim of Arbitrariness; people think I'm a Consummate Snowball Artist
OH: "Look, the valley has its problems but it's not Wall Street, alright. They didn't make The Wolf of Silicon Valley."
RT @evolvedheathen: Package deals... Two can play at that game! http://t.co/p1VfPxoTkw
RT @evolvedheathen: Package deals... Two can play at that game! http://t.co/p1VfPxoTkw
RT @stevedarden: Henry I. Miller: "Rather than having evidence-based policymaking, we end up having policy-based evidence picking." http://www.forbes.com/sites...
RT @stevedarden: Henry I. Miller: "Rather than having evidence-based policymaking, we end up having policy-based evidence picking." http://goo.gl/kM8UIL
RT @buckyisotope: CAPTAIN AMERICA: *punches guy* Take that villain CAPTAIN BRITAIN: *punches guy* Take that guvnor CAPTAIN CANADA: *punches guy* I am so sorry
RT @jmarkockerbloom: ASCII format specified by Vinton Cerf in 1969 is now an Internet standard. Guess it's safe to use online now: http://www.ietf.org/mail-ar...
• @landley I'm not even sure the stop button is even meaningful anymore, merely an activity indicator. Maybe its the new "close door" button
— @JMarkOckerbloom Safe to use online now? This just means marketing teams can start using "RFC20 support" in product comparisons.
RT @jmarkockerbloom: Younger me once wondered how new Ghostbusters cast'd compare to Storch & Tucker: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki... Looking forward to 2016 apparition.
WillHinsa: My resolution for 2015 is to write "DEAD DOVE - DO NOT EAT" on a random sack lunch in the office fridge, every day. - https://twitter.com/WillHin...
RT @yeled: @Mythic_Beasts @davidmytton I’ve just started committing fixes in our infrastructure with one line commits: #lolcloud
If you're asking jon which brands he's respecting *today*, you're already behind the times. #BrandJonHendren #AwesomeBranding
• @Flea @digitalfox0 We were due for a The Lawnmower Man reboot, it was inevitable.
This ad is mildly jarring after all the memories that browsing the Halloween Documents brought up last night http://t.co/tQLQpdkqwg
This ad is mildly jarring after all the memories that browsing the Halloween Documents brought up last night http://t.co/tQLQpdkqwg
• @jschauma Sometimes, when an engineer says something is nontrivial, it means they are tried of being called pessimists by non-engineers.
RT @kkjordan: If my kid can't bring peanut butter to school, yours shouldn't be able to bring preventable diseases.
sween: White male privilege is a hell of a drug. - https://twitter.com/sween...
GonzoHacker: When you die, the first thing you see is all the people you invited to Google Buzz - https://twitter.com/GonzoHa...
lozzd: This week's featured yak shave of epic ops archeology, featuring everyone's favourite subject: Timezones! http://t.co/s6YQwWtBqD - https://twitter.com/lozzd...
"Hint: any time you ship a Linux distro that can't compile the…kernel, you have screwed up." http://landley.net/notes-2... http://t.co/N0nrqSNjKC
"Hint: any time you ship a Linux distro that can't compile the…kernel, you have screwed up." http://landley.net/notes-2014.html#04-09-2014 http://t.co/N0nrqSNjKC
A perspective on the history behind systemd. - Andy Bakun
Currently spelunking @landley's writings, all interesting. Send snacks. http://landley.net/notes-2... ­— be sure to listen the Bill Gates mp3
"Copyright didn't cover binaries, because they were just big numbers." http://landley.net/notes-2... http://t.co/FJYpwmcKYu
"Copyright didn't cover binaries, because they were just big numbers."  http://landley.net/notes-2010.html#17-07-2010 http://t.co/FJYpwmcKYu
"Magic the Gathering cards would have been a better investment than that hardcover tome. Especially if you didn't need to keep a door open."
"I once paid good money for a hardcover C++ STL reference. Should've bought Magic the Gathering cards instead."
Wow, Siskel really didn't like "Ferris Bueller's Day Off". https://www.youtube.com/watch...
For how awesome SPDY/HTTP2 is supposed to be, Chrome sure does pause for a long time when talking to Google periodically.
Why is it so hard to abort/stop requests in Chrome when it's talking to Google and taking a long time? The stop button and escape do nadda.
Nonapeptide: 666! The chmod of the beast! - https://twitter.com/Nonapep...
Lego Joins the ‘Scooby-Doo’ Gang | Variety - http://variety.com/2015...
Lego Joins the ‘Scooby-Doo’ Gang | Variety
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Finally, Steve Jobs' story is going to get the movie reboot it deserves.
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