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Links 1 through 10 of 96 by Ho John Lee tagged fun

Simplified comparison of organization structure among Amazon, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, and Oracle.

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"I see lots of these optical illusion posts on the web, and although some of them are pretty impressive, this one borders on voodoo. I had to run my mouse pointer over the blue traces a few times to persuade myself. I've overlaid some big yellow circles on the original image, which you can see, below, after the jump, to save you the trouble. [via Neatorama]"

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"A search of the internet,will convince you that the Fibonacci series has attracted the lunatic fringe who look for mysticism in numbers. You will find fantastic claims:
* The "golden rectangle" is the "most beautiful" rectangle, and was deliberately used by artists in arranging elements within their paintings
* The patterns based on the Fibonacci numbers, the golden ratio and the golden rectangle are most pleasing to human perception
* Mozart used f in composing music. (He liked number games, but there's no good evidence that he ever deliberately used f in a composition
* The Fibonacci sequence is seen in nature, in the arrangement of leaves on a stem of plants, in the pattern of sunflower seeds, spirals of snail's shells, in the number of petals of flowers, in the periods of planets of the solar system, and even stock market cycles. So pervasive is the sequence in nature that one begins to suspect the series has the remarkable ability to be "fit" to most anything!

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The bot’s name? Jason Thorton. He’s been humming along for months now, sending out over 1250 tweets to some 174 followers. His tweets, while not particularly creative, manage to be both believable and timely. And he’s powered by a single word: Love.

Thorton is the creation of developer Ryan Merket, who built him as a side project in around three hours. Merket has just posted the code that powers him, and has also divulged how he made Thorton seem somewhat realistic: the bot looks for tweets with the word “love” in them and tweets them as its own.

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"Meet Jason Thorton. To people who know Jason, he is a successful entrepreneur in San Francisco who tweets 4-5 times a day. But Jason has a secret, he’s not really a human, he’s the product of my simple algorithm in PHP

Jason tweets A LOT about the word “love” - that’s because Jason actually steals tweets from the public timeline that contain the word “love” and posts them as his own

Jason also @replies to people who use the word “love” in their tweets, and asks them random questions or says something arbitrary

It took me about 3 hours to code Jason, imagine what a real engineer could do with real AI algorithms? Now realize that it’s already a reality. Sites like Twitter are full of side projects, company initiatives, spambots and AI robots. When the free flow of information becomes open, the amount of disinformation increases. Theres a real need for someone to vet the people we ‘meet’ on social sites - will be interesting to see how this market grows in the next year

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Soundboard.com is the web's largest catalog of free sounds and soundboards - in over 20 categories, for mobile or PC. 252,858 free sounds on 17,171 soundboards from movies to sports, sound effects, television, celebrities, history and travel. Or build, customize, embed and manage your own

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Searches the web for references to your name, and categorizes the results it finds into a colorful graph. Javascript updates to the browser while it digests results. Fun, but my results are somewhat random.

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shell command line styled interface for twitter, google, various popular web services, runs in browser.

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Unix command-line-styled twitter client interface, runs in browser.

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