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Links 1 through 10 of 5902 Noah Sussman's Bookmarks

Goodbye del.icio.us.  It's the end of an era for both of us; me because I'm leaving you, and you because soon you won't exist (at least not in any meaningful way).

You should have done more to hold on to engineers like joshua and deusx.

And I still really, really hate your new bookmarklet.

You taught me (hell, you taught most of us) the meaning of social media.  The real meaning, that is, not what you get when you google the phrase.  You took my shitty collection of Netscape bookmark files and turned them into the kind of Web site that previously had only existed in my dreams.

You showed me that a few stream-of-consciousness words, written in plain text, and millions of non-experts, could rule the Web.  And look at us -- now we do.

Thanks, and goodbye.  When you're gone, I swear I'll visit your Internet Archive page every year on Talk Like A Pirate Day.  Sic transit gloria.

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Soak one lb.of dried beans overnight in 3x water. Drain. Saute one minced onion, one minced green pepper, 1 c. minced celery and four cloves chopped garlic in oil until soft. Return the beans to the slow cooker with the veggies, smoked pork (I'm religious about HAM HOCK, 2-4 ea), herbs/spices (bay leaf, oregano, black pepper, thyme, cayenne) and cover with 1/2 inch of water.Cook on high for two hours, then reduce to lowest low and cook for six hours or until the beans are barely tender. Remove 1/4 of the beans, puree, and return to the pot. Remove the ham hock, strip the meat and return to the pot. Add a little salt if needed. Cook for one hour more. Serve over rice. 

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