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"Andy Stanford-Clark, a "Master Inventor" for IBM has wired his home automation system to post updates to twitter."

Life: Dismembered again

"How does a town become known as Nub City? Why did more than two-thirds of all loss-of-limb accident claims in the United States in the late '50s and early '60s come from the Florida Panhandle?"

Dissent Magazine

"I'm talking about a new breed of liberal writers who have emerged on the web—a network of writers who are bringing together reformism and idealism in a way we haven't seen in many years."

BBC NEWS | UK | England | Toilet up for architecture prize

"The toilet, in Parrock Street car park, Gravesend, was designed by London-based Plastik Architects."

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"Practice too late and you've forgotten the material and have to relearn it. The right time to practice is just at the moment you're about to forget."

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"Awesome mid century Taiwanese vacation homes. Now abandoned."

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