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Weird interaction with Google, was it Duplex?

Weird interaction with Google, was it Duplex?

For a few weeks I've been receiving this email from Google: My first question is why is birth control an issue. Is Google limiting the advertisement of birth control? Why? Did we somehow slipped into the 19th century and nobody told me? My second question was... how...

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I had to stop watching Lost in Space

I had to stop watching Lost in Space

I'm referring to the new series, the Netflix one. I've never really watched the old one but I've seen enough clips to know: "Danger Will Robinson". There are several reasons why I stopped watching even though I'm starving for non-pessimistic future space science...

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Implementing Windows’ Restart Manager in Java

Implementing Windows’ Restart Manager in Java

Disclaimer: I don't know what I'm talking about, I've done little Win API (Win32) development and I only have a few years of Java development of which maybe 2 or 3 are developing desktop applications with JavaFX (Dashman being my first fully fledged out JavaFX app)....

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My ham radio licensing journey is now over: M0ONP

My ham radio licensing journey is now over: M0ONP

A friend of my dad introduced me to ham radio when I was 7 years old. When I was 15 or so I passed my beginner's exam and then I did nothing with it. I got my call sign when I was 24 years old and moving out of Argentina: LU5ARC. I never used it because Argentina is...

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If the online world voted, we would have a better world

If the online world voted, we would have a better world

I've seen many cases of this before, but never one as clear as this. Mike Pence, the vice president of the USA, just released a children's book about a bunny titled "Marlon Bundo's Day in the Life of the Vice President" and at the same time, John Oliver of Last Week...

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Book Review: Leonardo da Vinci by Walter Isaacson

Book Review: Leonardo da Vinci by Walter Isaacson

This book was fascinating. I always thought of Leonardo Da Vinci as an artist who did other things aside from painting. This book changed my mind. Leonardo saw himself as a philosopher/scientist/engineer (those were sort of one and the same back then) who also paints;...

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I’m writing a book…

Building and Managing Distributed Teams

Building and Managing Distributed Teams

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In this book I distill the techniques and methods that I’ve been using and advising others to use to successfully run distributed teams and whole companies. This book will be short, to the point, tactical, and have tool recommendations.

If you are interested in the book, please let me know:

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