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Links 1 through 10 of 459 James Adam's Bookmarks

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"The first tumblelog you set up, when you join Tumblr, is special: it doesn’t have the “members” section in the dashboard, and so you can’t leave to delete it, or invite others to it."

This seems stupid, but I'm glad we know how to work around it now.

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It looks like you can trial Aperture without it screwing up an iPhoto library

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"Keyboards are inefficient for two reasons: they do not exploit the predictability of normal language; and they waste the fine analogue capabilities of the user's muscles.  Professor MacKay will present two human-computer interaction systems, both designed from scratch using information theory."

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Really great astronomy images

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Grid calculator

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Maths shortcuts from the deep past, as demonstrated at Ignite London 3 on Tuesday 29th September 2010

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"I (and I suspect I was not alone) can’t help sensing the hand of a media-savvy Mum in Bea’s presentation at/to Playful, which is perhaps why the biggest cheer comes when she goes off-script and explains to interviewer Leila Johnston that she ‘doesn’t really like (event sponsor) Mind Candy’s Moshi Monsters any more’." -- Indeed. Good summary though.

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"Profits are shared among members of a limited liability partnership (LLP), and individual members - not the LLP - pay Income Tax on these profits. Unlike limited companies, LLPs don't have to pay Corporation Tax.

In most cases the members will be self-employed, so they must include details of any profits they get on their individual Self Assessment tax returns each year. Self-employed partners are also responsible for paying their own National Insurance contributions (NICs)."

Members can also be limited companies, which seems very flexible; those who require to be paid from their limited companies could extract money this way, while people looking for a simpler life can just deal with normal self assessment.

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