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

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The big links tend to eat the smaller links, but new links are born every day to replace them. Here now are a few links gathered from their natural habitat and presented for exhibition. Remember TV? They still make shows for it and some of them are enjoyable. If you're a fan of

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I save links in Safari's Reading List on my iPhone so I can reference them later. Sharing them here on my blog is their final resting place. Once posted here, I remove the links from my reading list and the cycle of cruft can begin again. It's a similar process to—and as exciting as—

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Aaron Draplin at the OSU Brand Symposium showing the inspiration for his

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So the big news in my corner of the Internet on Friday was indie photo site SmugMug buying Flickr from corporate bohemeth Yahoo/Oauth (or whatever). You can probably tell by my framing how I feel about it. I'm hopeful!

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Philosophize This

I stumbled on this great podcast about philosophy that you should check out if you also like things such as philosophy and podcasts. (I didn't so much stumble on it as Spotify's recommendation algorithm put it in my path and then I stumbled on it.) Each episode is about 20 minutes of host Stephen West walking us

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I have about 30 articles related to the Facebook Trainwreck bookmarked but I'm going to skip them this week. (I don't have to tell you things are bad — everybody knows things are bad.) Instead, here are some oth

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So many links, friends. Don't read them all in one sitting. Check the videos at the bottom for a mental chaser or just skip ahead to that. Read These First Anil Dash: 12 Things Everyone Should Underst

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Some weekend reads culled from soc meeds: Mike Monteiro: This Design Generation Has Failed - Brace yourself for this one. Rachel Nabors:

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I have a whole series of enlightening yet depressing news stories to share with you this week, but I'm going to try not to share them. Instead: Pema Chödrön: How We Get Hooked and How We Get Unhooked - Explaining the Bud

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Read This First Dan Hon: No one’s coming. It’s up to us. - There aren't enough :clap: across Medium to properly like/star/favorite this. Web Dev Frank Chimero:

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They're the best: There are a few more videos and an interview at WFUV: David Rawlings: 2018. West Coasters, see them live now. I've seen them several times and it's always an amazing show.

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Lots of dystopian links for some light weekend reading! Soc Meeds Boston Review: Philip K. Dick and the Fake Humans - Maybe PKD was more right than Orwell or Huxley.

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Some links for your consideration: NYT: The First Woman to Translate the ‘Odyssey’ Into English - I'm 40% through her translation (thanks Kindle) and it is accessible and entertaining. The intr

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One Year at Oregon State University

It was just about a year ago that I posted about a new job at Oregon State Unversity Ecampus. It's a good time to stop and reflect on where I'm at. Apparently Ecampus thought so too because they did a a quick "getting to know you" interview with me:

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I'm on day 17 of my Twitter fast and I do feel like I'm missing things. I'd like to be able to see what's happening with friends and co-workers without feeling like I'm walking into a kaleidoscope at a circus in the middle of a casino. At one time tweets were just text. Now tweets have embedded video gifs with talismanic vi

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