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delicious, ich bin dann mal weg bei pinboard. so in ein zwei jahren guck ich nochmal vorbei.

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Suffering from shoe clutter but don't want to use a shoe shelf or over-the-door shoe rack? Remodeling blog Young House Love found that Ikea Retur recycling bins are easily repurposed as cabinets that keep shoes out of sight and easily accessible.
Retur bins are plastic instead of pressboard which works well to for shoes, as they can sometimes be messy on rainy or snowy days. The bins open from the front so you can stack two or threel, and the top works as a mini-valet area that you can keep umbrellas or other frequently-accessed items to grab before going out the door. The bins require no assembly—just anchor the four corners to your wall with screws.

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Ich bin mir noch nicht ganz sicher, ob das Projekt ein Erfolg wird. Wo ich mir aber sicher bin, ist, dass das so manchen Tüftler in Entzücken versetzen wird.

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Listened to Don Norman yesterday and I think this article misses some information (which I don’t know if he mentioned at dConstruct).
He clearly stated yesterday that we are the product of Google and that in a certain way that is strange (and maybe worrying). HOWEVER, he also states, as he did yesterday, that he “is not a fan of the Apple business model” and therefore uses an Android phone.
I think his comments on Google actually show a concern for the company and for the overall issues of privacy for all of us. Moreover, he also highlighted yesterday that “Google is run by a group of really honest and good-hearted people”.

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It would be crazy expensive to just buy a lot of batteries to store power for down times, and there are a lot of alternative ideas about how to efficiently store that power, but if you think of electric cars, where the batteries are also used for something else, and fairly cheap and reliable computer programs running smart charge/distribution networks to help out with the spikes and valleys of demand, then it makes a lot more sense economically.

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Android ist allerdings ein gewisser Sonderfall: Die benutzen zwar einen Linux-Kernel (allerdings mit vielen Patches und Subsystemen, die so nicht im Mainline-Kernel aufgenommen werden), der Userspace ist allerdings google Android. Nix mit GNU, keine glibc, keine GNU sonstwas-utils etc. Das Framework ist Java-basiert und haben nichts mit normaler Linux-Entwicklung zu tun.

Aber who cares. Linux hat sowieso schon gewonnen.

Und diese Fragmentierungs-Geschichte kann ich echt nicht mehr hören. Da könnte man gleich behaupten, es gäbe kein Linux, sondern KDE, Gnome etc. und kein Windows, sondern die Lenovo Toolbox, die Dell Wireless Utilities etc. Die Apple-Gehirnwäsche wirkt, bald dürfen alle nur noch iOS verwenden.

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Bei der tatsächlichen Entwicklung jedoch (des Linux-Kernels, von Bibliotheken, von Anwendungen, …), da fließt es prächtig und kräftig. Wenn jemand (ja, z. B. ein Distributor) etwas am Linux-Kernel patcht, dann fließt diese Änderung bei den meisten Distributionen (nach gewünschter Zeit) ein.

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No, Google + can kill only networks, based on its concept, which means - centralized and corporate-managed ones. It can't kill decentralized and crowdsourced social platforms, what Diaspora has to be. Diaspora will pave the hard initial steps of the crowdsourced and crowd-ideation social platforms, but I feel they still need to try trusting the last

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