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9 Quotes From Famous Musicians on Love and Life

30.09.2015 02:00

Fantastic!

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9 Quotes from Famous People About Sex

30.09.2015 02:00

Great!

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Apple iPhone 6s vs iPhone 6s Plus Water Test! Is it secretly waterproof? A waterproof review. – YouTube

30.09.2015 02:00

Wow! Don’t try this at home, but it is good to see that Apple apparently are working on making their iPhones more water proof.

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Bartender 2 Arrives with New Features and Full El Capitan Compatibility – MacStories

30.09.2015 02:00

Version 2 of Bartender is now available. If you have been running the El Capitan betas, you know that version 1 required you to temporarily disable System Integrity Protection (SIP) in order to install its system file. Version 2 does not need you to perform those steps. It is fully El Capitan-compatible right “out of the box.”

Bartender is a great app, and I think it is a must for everyone with more than a few menu bar apps.

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Jared Sinclair | Blog | Wishlist for Swift 3.0

30.09.2015 02:00

A very good wishlist for Swift 3.0, I can’t wait to see where Swift go in the next few years.

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OS X 10.11 Reviews

30.09.2015 02:00

Here are a few of my favourite OS X 10.11 reviews:

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Russian police may be investigating Apple’s iOS emoji for ‘promoting homosexuality’ | iMore

30.09.2015 02:00

A new report claims that police in Russia’s Kirov region have started an investigation into Apple’s recent updates for emoji in iOS. The story claims that some of those icons, which were included in iOS 8.3 several months ago, could violate Russian laws that prohibit promoting homosexuality to minors.

That law got to be the stupidest piece of shit legislation in recent time. It is impressive to make something worse than “The War On Drugs”.

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Twitter is reportedly planning to support posts longer than 140 characters | iMore

30.09.2015 02:00

Twitter may finally give users of its social networking service an official way to share posts that are longer that its current 140 character limit. At the moment, it’s not clear just what this product will look like.

Interesting.

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Classic Urban Legend

29.09.2015 02:00

NASA did not spend millions of dollar developing a pen that would work in zero gravity while Soviet cosmonauts opted for using pencils. Pencils were used in early missions into space by both the Americans and the Russians, but other solutions were sought when pencils were discovered to be a potential danger. Exclusive of NASA’s influence and financing, Paul C. Fisher and the Fisher Pen Company invented and designed the AG-7 “Anti-Gravity” Space Pen which was patented in 1965. It is estimated that Fisher spent roughly $1 million dollars of his own money designing the AG7 over a period of several years. The Fisher Space Pen was eventually pitched and sold in bulk to NASA in 1968 and then to the Soviets in 1969. It is still manufactured and carried into space today by American and Russian space agencies.

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Daring Fireball

29.09.2015 02:00

A fantastic review.

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