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                    Emacs and Butterflies

                    This xkcd cartoon on what real programmers use to edit is the funniest thing I've seen in a long time. Of course, I use emacs--always have and always will.
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                    Ping vs Sun

                    A few days ago, someone at Sun made a video that poked some fun at Ping Identity (disclosure, I'm on their advisory board--I think--it's been a long time). Ping fired back with a humorous video of their own. Heck, if they both keep acting like this, the world's going to have to pay attention to federation, just for entertainment value alone!
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                    Bill Gate's Last Day

                    This video of Bill Gate's last date, from his real last CES keynote is quite funny. I think it's awesome that Billy G can make fun of himself like this. There are so many parts of this that just make me smile.
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                    Here Comes Another Bubble v1.1

                    The Richter Scales have posted version 1.1 of "Here Comes Another Bubble" after Lane Hartwell filed a DCMA take down request with YouTube because a picture she'd taken at a party and posted online was used in the video. Hartwell posted a statement on her blog. The Richter Scales posted their own. Scoble said: "I think it really is lame to take pictures of people (who don't get a cut of the profits) at parties, without being commissioned, and then send in invoices for that work when it gets used in a parody video." Yeah, there's that. Hartwell won
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                    The Nerd Handbook

                    If you're a nerd, or live with one, Michael Lopp, writing as Rands, has a very funny piece you should read. The start: A nerd needs a project because a nerd builds stuff. All the time. Those lulls in the conversation over dinner? That's the nerd working on his project in his head.
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                    HQ9+

                    Here is proof positive that the utility of a domain specific language depends on the domain.
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                    Avast Me Hearties!

                    Today, September 19th is International Talk Like a Pirate Day. My kids thought it was great fun when I woke them all up with pirate talk this morning and spent the morning calling each other "scurvy bilge rats."
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                    Zune Phone

                    This add for the Zune phone wasn't as funny as I'd hoped it would be, but it did make me chuckle a few times.
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                    Blending the iPhone

                    If you've ever wanted to see the inside of an iPhone, then this video of an iPhone in a blender is for you. Or...maybe not.
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                    What's That Odor?

                    If anyone notices a foul odor in the vicinity of Sheryl Crow, now we know why.
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                    Finite Simple Group of Order Two

                    If you're into math humor, parodies, and pretty good singing, you'll like this: This is called "Finite Simple Group of Order Two" and is performed by the Klein Four Group. Here's the lyrics.
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                    Pravda on Imus

                    I really hadn't intended to write any more about Imus, but then I saw a pointer to a Pravda story on Doc's blog. You'll remember that Pravda was the feared organ of state propaganda under the Soviets. Now, it appears (by the links that surround the story) that it's becoming Russia's version of Weekly World News. But, to the US War Leaders, Don Imus represented the most serious threat, to date, of the growing assault against them by America's media personalities threatening to expose the truths behind the events of September 11, 2001 and the Iraq/Afghanistan Wars; and to
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                    New York to Paris, Google Style

                    Google can give you directions to help you get from new York to Paris. On second thought, maybe there not as much help as I originally thought. Check out line 23.
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                    Putt's Law

                    If you like Dilbert, you'll love Putt's Law and the Successful Technocrat. At least that's my conclusion after listening to Susan Hassler interview Archibald Putt on IT Conversations as part of the IEEE Spectrum Radio series. Putt isn't the author's real name. In fact it's a psuedonym that Putt has used since 1976. The first version of this book came out in 1981 and is most famous for Putt's law: Technology is dominated by two types of people: those who understand what they do not manage, and those who manage what they do not understand. Reading some of the
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                    Eclipse Haiku

                    As part of a longer post Steve Yegge offers up this Eclipse haiku: startApplication() thenWaitFriggingForever() thenItGoesRealSlow() Funny.
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                    Terrorist Math Teachers

                    I thought this was funny: TEACHER ARRESTED.. - A public school teacher was arrested today at John F. Kennedy International Airport as he attempted to board a flight while in possession of a ruler, a protractor, a set square, a slide rule, and a calculator. At a morning press conference, Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez said he believes the man is a member of the notorious Al-gebra movement. He did not identify the man, who has been charged by the FBI with carrying weapons of math instruction. "Al-gebra is a problem for us," Gonzalez said. "They desire solutions by means
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                    Curing the Common Cold

                    Ever wondered why there was no cure for the common cold? Now you know.
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                    SOA Name Change?

                    I got an email from Pheloxi in the Netherlands who informed me that SOA is the Dutch acronym for sexually transmitted disease. I guess if InfoWorld does a European version of the SOA forum, they may want to change the name. :-)
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