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Links 1 through 10 of 5744 A. Bischoff's Bookmarks

"I'm unable to find the time/energy to give to userscripts.org lately. My startup is currently focused on building Nebula & Nova, and I cannot see finding time to devote to the site I spent 5 years building/running."

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"The Global Database, ("Gloda" for short), is an indexing system that enables Thunderbird to search messages. Rebuilding the Global Database re-indexes messages and address book cards." (This might be the way to go if your global searches aren’t returning anything.)

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"Behold, my picks for the Dopest Dope Hip Hop Music of 2013. Here’s the lowdown on the playlist"

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This is that chart that goes over the standard US numbering system for teeth.

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"Using TXT records to contain SPF information was designed as a transitional mechanism as some servers and clients did not support the new SPF record type. It is best practice to publish your SPF record via DNS as both a SPF record and and TXT record."

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"Thunderbird can list an empty non-existent folder in the folder pane. If this occurs exit Thunderbird, back up your profile and [...]"

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This post offers some pretty decent tips around using Pinboard (including an alternate bookmarklet that looks pretty decent).

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This Lifehacker thread goes over their picks for the top 5 paper notebooks (from August 2013).

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"All iPod used to be able to charge off the old Firefire power inputs on the dock connecter. Even though they removed firewire syncing from the iPod line years ago, they left the ability to charge from Firewire. Firewire generally is about +12V where as USB is +5V. Most manufacture of automobile iPod accessories chose to use the Firewire power input pins because you could charge directly off the car's +12V electrical system and didn't have to convert down to +5V."

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"Quattro isn’t simply bigger — it’s better in every way. Remixed for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Reworked for maximum parallaxiness. And, remade in two distinct finishes."

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