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

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Here are a couple summaries of the latest Mueller investigation indictments: @Baratunde reads through and Lawfare summarises. These new devel

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I'm trying to take some time to think about what it means to be a father today. Whatever your relationship is with that aspect of humanity—I hope you'll also take some time to think about it in the context of current events. New York Times:

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Thanks for joining me as I clear out my saved links. It is time for week-old links to enter the carousel... Recommend Me A Book is a fun site. It shows the text from the first page of a book and you can reveal

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The underbrush of my link ecosystem has become so wild and thorny with hrefs that it's time to break out the blogging driptorch and burn them all so the mighty oaks of thought can live free once more. Last week Andy Baio broke the Twitter time con

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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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