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Xcoders Blog Renovation Phase Two

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I’ve started the next step in my plans for the Xcoders blog — I’m now posting links to: News about apps written by Xcoders, Interesting blog posts written by Xcoders, And news from elsewhere of interest to Xcoders. In other words, it’s becoming a developer news blog with a Northwest point of view. And I think it will be worth following, even if you don’t attend Xcoders (or don’t even live in the Northwest). If you’re on Micro.blog, you can follow Xcoders. And, of course, most importantly, it has an RSS feed and a JSON Feed so you can subscribe in your RSS reader. Read the article
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This Might Be The Largest Great White Shark In The World

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On the one hand, it's pretty cool to get this close to a massive shark. On the other hand, *that's a 20-foot great white, give it some space and get the hell away before you die.* Read the article
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Bruce Willis Gets No Respect

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For more than 30 years, the "Die Hard" star has excelled at portraying the everyman in an extraordinary situation, often with blockbuster box office results. But why has critical success eluded this most ordinary of movie stars? Read the article
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Making Up Monsters To Destroy

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It's true that the liberal powers that emerged victorious after 1989 are suffering self-inflicted body blows to their professed ideology. But seeing these body blows as being delivered on behalf of a rival “illiberalism” is a dangerous misdiagnosis. Read the article
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This Might Be The Largest Great White Shark In The World

Digg Top Stories By Anonymous on

On the one hand, it's pretty cool to get this close to a massive shark. On the other hand, *that's a 20-foot great white, give it some space and get the hell away before you die.* Read the article
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Bruce Willis Gets No Respect

Digg Top Stories By Anonymous on

For more than 30 years, the "Die Hard" star has excelled at portraying the everyman in an extraordinary situation, often with blockbuster box office results. But why has critical success eluded this most ordinary of movie stars? Read the article
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Making Up Monsters To Destroy

Digg Top Stories By Anonymous on

It's true that the liberal powers that emerged victorious after 1989 are suffering self-inflicted body blows to their professed ideology. But seeing these body blows as being delivered on behalf of a rival “illiberalism” is a dangerous misdiagnosis. Read the article
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EU copyright directive could strip Google search, here's what it would look like

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Late last year European Parliament voted for a new copyright directive which would have massive implications to both EU citizens as well as technology companies when it comes to sharing information online. One company that has been very vocal about the shortcomings of the new laws, especially Article 11 and Article 13 within the directive, is Google. The search giant would have to start paying license fees to share pictures, summaries, or even headlines of linked news stories. To further make the point, Google has provided Search Engine Land screenshots to illustrate how ridiculous the proposed laws are. The picture is perhaps the most extreme example since companies could, for example, agree to provide some information in order to improve their ranking... Read the article
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Reflections On Antarctica, From The Men Who Crossed It Alone

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Colin O'Brady and Louis Rudd spent almost two months racing across Antarctica, a journey that killed an explorer who attempted it in 2016. Back in warmer climes, they spoke about the race of a lifetime. Read the article
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Why Is Everyone I Know Bouldering All Of A Sudden?

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Unlike top-roping (the other main form of rock climbing) bouldering requires very little equipment, and no partner. Read the article

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