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A personal weblog by Paul Bausch, a web developer in Corvallis, OR

First, a big congratulations to friend of the blog Anil Dash, new CEO at Fog Creek. And a 2nd big congratulations on their launch of Gomix—a hosted community app builder. I love the

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I want to share a book I read recently that I absolutely loved: The Elements of Eloquence by Mark Forsyth.

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Another mid-week link dump. I'm trying to link beyond our new national nightmare a bit. If you only have time for one, make it The Great Silence. And then make time for Vicki Boykis' pos

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Amazon Feed Generator Update: Categories

The Amazon Feed Generator is still humming away on my server. Now with categories! Say you want to stay up with the latest

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This just keeps going. If you only read one article from these links, make it the NY Times article about conflicts around the globe. Corruption NY Times:

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Winter Berries II

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Winter Berries

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I took a little break from compiling links but the web did not take a break from creating them. So I bring you a new consternation of think pieces. (Pretty sure that's the collective.) No algorithms were knowingly used in collecting these links. Corruption Donald Tru

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Once again, LOL. (Lots of links.) If you only read one link from this pile, make it Alex Steffen's The Politics of Optimism. It's easy for me to get bogged down in the news of the world and withdraw. This helped. It reminded me of

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I'm a fan of Douglas Rushkoff and Team Human, bu

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Friday links are really happening on Friday this time. We all know things are bad. Worse than bad. Denormalization Joshua Foust: The Abnormal Presidency Matthew Yglesias:

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Easy!

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Yet another round of hand-picked links from the link mill. Normalization Joshua Foust: This Is Not Normal NYT Magazine: A Time for Refusal

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Two pages from Wo

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The links are coming in too fast to wait until Friday. Practicing Cryptography Signal (I use it) EFF: Surveillance Self-Defense

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Friday link dirge. My self-prescribed media fast is not going well. If for some reason you're able to keep up with your own river of information and need more, here are some links that stood out to me this week. Autocra

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ugh. You know, we have a strong history of opposing authoritarianism. I'd like to believe that opposition is like an immune system response that kicks in. In 1995 Umberto Eco tried to put together a description of Fascism that basically has a listicle in the middle. It might as well be called Y

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I use the bookmarking service Pinboard and I'm a fan of its Popular Bookmarks page. A lot of interesting stuff surfaces there. However, the page isn't exactly information rich. Here's a screenshot of the page this morning:

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Criminal: Brownie Lady Another great episode of Criminal. This one's about a woman in San Francisco who had a thriving pot brownie business in the 70s and 80s.

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Spent the week developing on Windows not Mac, BitBucket not GitHub, VisualStudio not TextMate. I can report that it all works!— Paul Bausch (@pbausch) July 23, 2016

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