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Jun 29, 2015
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Defend Your Cubicle With A Nerf Sentry Gun »

Defend Your Cubicle With A Nerf Sentry Gun

This summer, Popular Science contributor Dave Prochnow helped readers ramp up their foam-weapon warfare. He explained how to hack a Nerf gun to fire at encroaching heat signatures! Tell workplace pen thieves and pranksters how you really feel with a barrage of foam darts. via Pocket


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Jun 26, 2015
@ 2:14 pm
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http://idaportal.radix1.ifint.biz/web/ »

http://idaportal.radix1.ifint.biz/web/

via Pocket


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Jun 24, 2015
@ 9:49 pm
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Gjennomvåt og kald etter sykkelturen, men ingen #rainbow uten regn? / on Instagram http://tja.lv/1e419li

Gjennomvåt og kald etter sykkelturen, men ingen #rainbow uten regn? / on Instagram http://tja.lv/1e419li


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Jun 21, 2015
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Attack Gave Chinese Hackers Privileged Access to U.S. Systems »

Attack Gave Chinese Hackers Privileged Access to U.S. Systems

WASHINGTON — For more than five years, American intelligence agencies followed several groups of Chinese hackers who were systematically draining information from defense contractors, energy firms and electronics makers, their targets shifting to fit Beijing’s latest economic priorities. via Pocket


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Jun 18, 2015
@ 12:48 pm
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How to undo (almost) anything with Git · GitHub »

How to undo (almost) anything with Git · GitHub

One of the most useful features of any version control system is the ability to “undo” your mistakes. In Git, “undo” can mean many slightly different things. via Pocket


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Jun 18, 2015
@ 10:41 am
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The Web is getting its bytecode: WebAssembly »

The Web is getting its bytecode: WebAssembly

In the quest for ever faster JavaScript, there has been a recurring refrain: why use JavaScript at all? JavaScript engines have been a major focus of browser developers for some years, and the result has been substantial performance improvements from every vendor. via Pocket


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Jun 18, 2015
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Introduction to Git with Scott Chacon of GitHub »

Introduction to Git with Scott Chacon of GitHub

This talk introduces the Git Version Control System by looking at what Git is doing when you run the commands you need to do basic version control with it. We’ll look at how to use Git to do the basics, while seeing how it differs from Subversion, what staging and committing actually looks like, how via Pocket


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Jun 18, 2015
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Learn Git Branching »

Learn Git Branching

This application simulates a git repository in your browser, so you will need JS to use the app. via Pocket



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Jun 16, 2015
@ 7:05 pm
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Fornøyd med den :-) #bueskyting / on Instagram http://tja.lv/1QBIaAa

Fornøyd med den :-) #bueskyting / on Instagram http://tja.lv/1QBIaAa


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Jun 16, 2015
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#KickOff #sommerprosjekt2015 @itverket_as / on Instagram http://tja.lv/1JVGfB4

#KickOff #sommerprosjekt2015 @itverket_as / on Instagram http://tja.lv/1JVGfB4


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Jun 10, 2015
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Middag with a view! / on Instagram http://tja.lv/1FJcpLd

Middag with a view! / on Instagram http://tja.lv/1FJcpLd


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Jun 9, 2015
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πŸŠπŸ»β˜€οΈβ˜ΊοΈπŸ˜› #Antipaxos #emeraldbay #sailing #greece / on Instagram http://tja.lv/1FGuuJK

🏊🏻☀️☺️😛 #Antipaxos #emeraldbay #sailing #greece / on Instagram http://tja.lv/1FGuuJK


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Jun 7, 2015
@ 9:42 am
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Microsoft shows multitasking is a Snap on Windows 10 »

Microsoft shows multitasking is a Snap on Windows 10

With rumors that Apple may talk about multitasking on iOS 9 – a key feature of the anticipated iPad Pro tablet – next week at WWDC, Microsoft highlights the ease and power of juggling multiple windows on Windows 10 with a feature called Snap. via Pocket


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Jun 6, 2015
@ 5:51 pm
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We're not doomed: A supercut of robots falling down »

We're not doomed: A supercut of robots falling down

Today’s action at the DARPA Robotics Challenge has been interesting, but if there’s one takeaway so far it’s this: the robot apocalypse is not here yet. via Pocket