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甲羅干すぜ。 Continue »
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So, here's the update I promised last week: I'm thrilled to join DotCloud as a software engineer, starting May. Many of you have seen the news that they recently shipped the support for its Perl stack that I know a lot of Perl hackers are excited about. As they point out in the post, I contributed my experience and knowledge for them to build the perl support, but it was actually an hour of whiteboarding session to figure out what the right stack would be (i.e. uWSGI and PSGI, perlbrew, local::lib and cpanminus for a start, but more support to come), and the following few hours of hacking to just build it. It was so much fun and inspiring to... Continue »
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OK, so I have some news to share with you. Today, April 22nd, is my last day at SAY Media. Including 2 years at SAKK and 4 years at Six Apart headquarters in 548 4th street, this has been an incredible venture and terrific experience for me to work with all of smart people on numerous exciting projects, but I figured it's time to move on. I should have a lot to write, but instead i'll dump some memorable pictures :) Man, that's a lot of memories. I'll send everyone a big hug and thank you for making my days at Six Apart/SAY so much fun! P.S. I'll take a quick vacation next week, and will start a new gig... Continue »
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動物をオークションで売ること、私は絶対反対です。 トットは昔、オークションに出品されていたそうです。 「オシャレ」な品として。 いろんな過去があり経緯があり、奇跡みたいなタイミングと縁があってうちに来... Continue »
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It looks like pagination is a new [marquee tag](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marquee_element). Now all hip websites like [Twitter](https://twitter.com), [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/) got a fancy infinite scrolling. Scroll down more, you'll get more tweets, status updates or contents. Just for browsing stuff, scrolling with space key (or petting your shiny trackpad) is good enough for those lazy people. Currently TypePad provides only paginations on monthly archive pages like [http://sekimura.typepad.com/blog/2011/02/index.html](http://sekimura.typepad.com/blog/2011/02/index.html). But you can make your own infinite scroll page by following these steps: ** Step 1: Create a new "Page" ** Go to "Compose" page and select "New Page" from Compose pull down menu. ** Step 2:... Continue »
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Blog: URAMAYU
drikin.tvとは、「サンフランシスコでガチに活躍する2人の若き日本人エンジ... Continue »
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12月18日から20日までの3日間、出張で北海道に滞在しました。滞在2日目の朝、北海道を訪ることがあればぜひ行ってみたいと思っていたあの場所に行ってきました。 あの場所とは北海道テレビの人気番組、水曜... Continue »
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Tiago perdeu 11% do peso em quatro dias - coisa que gerou um tanto de culpa na mãe e de preocupação no pai. O menino é tão tranquilo que não acorda pra comer. E a mãe de primeira viagem não tem a menor noção de como é que amamenta um recém-nascido. Foi o pediatra dizer que ele tinha perdido quase meio quilo pras lágrimas da mãe caírem que nem Foz do Iguaçú. Mas quinta-feira finalmente o corpo fez leite e a época das vacas gordas se instaurou aqui em casa. Hoje em vez de almoço de Natal, nós fomos fazer... Continue »
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酔っぱらいみたいだね、とよく言われるけど 今日はトナカイということで ひとつどうぞよろしくお願いいたします。 Continue »
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Para todo mundo que pediu fotos de minha barriga gigante. Continue »
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高円寺を訪れたので、少し足をのばして、ずっと行ってみたかったみみのオアシスに行ってきた。 Continue »
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Blog: Backyard
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Blog: markpasc
The last thing I would imagine the world would need is a *new* blog app, but [Anil suggested just that][personalcomment] in response to my post on building a journal mesh: > I think the best thing that could happen right now to encourage long-form sharing, though, would be having tools... Continue »
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いっじょーな文字の渇きに襲われて、最近ずっと本を読んでます。 というか、突然(気配はあった)漫画が読めなくなっちゃって。読んでも内容がアタマに入ってこない。大好きな漫画読み返してもなんかぴんとこなくて... Continue »
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Yesterday, I became aware of some changes that Facebook is going to be making in the next few weeks. The changes are annoying to me (and probably everyone else who develops applications on Facebook) because it means I have to go redesign and refactor some stuff to fit the changes. It got me thinking, though, about how normal Facebook users will react. I'm approaching five years of working at Six Apart**, ten years of being a social network user, and I've been a Facebook user since the early days. If there's one thing I know about this upcoming change, it's... Continue »
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Jonathan "hachi" Steinert is an infrastructure developer here at Six Apart. Recently he led a migration of our internal source control from Subversion to git. I sat down with him for a few minutes to discuss the process. Continue »
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Blog: GeekWeek
by Mike Kingston For those of you who only know me as the incredibly good looking and well proportioned man that I am today (okay, maybe that's pushing it but indulge me for a few paragraphs) you may not realize that I was at one time a college football offensive... Continue »
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