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Links 1 through 10 of 10 by Justin Mason tagged stories

great UI for a little Dublin oral-history site -- just a GMaps mashup with links to YouTube, but it works very well

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some great gags and stories.  Plus an excellent recipe for tamales in "today you, tomorrow me" (via waxy)

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'“It’s free to advertise,” Ned explained. “And we have a lot of things we don’t need.” So each week, they advertised for sale in Loot something from their apartment. This was their social life. Some weeks – the good weeks – they had three or four people who came to see what they were selling.'

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IPC::DirQueue used in the field as part of a cache-invalidation system for a NZ radio station

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an "eyewitness account" with allegations about the SF network admin in question -- no documentation, passwords kept to himself instead of shared with his team, the entire network maintained by 1 person, never took holidays, bad tempered and stubborn -- sounds like a recipe for classic BOFH disaster

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Jeff Atwood gets screwed by rip-off Xbox 360 DRM policies - a cautionary tale

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a huge mansion in a fantastic setting near Hook Head in Co. Wexford. now partially ruined, supposedly haunted, with a great supernatural legend concerning a visit from the Devil; sadly, it's no longer a working hotel. great spookiness factor, though

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good API-compatibility war story from Alec Muffett, detailing how he, Casper Dik and Darren Moffat turned the Solaris crypt() call into a super-configurable pluggable subsystem, while maintaining backwards compatibility.

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A Sterling short story from 1989, parallel-world clash-of-cultures sci-fi. It's long been one of my favourites

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