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chadhs
    @jaredsinclair I'm a big fan of riposte and unread. Is buffer support or further pinboard integration such as mark as private, tagging, tag auto-completion a possibility in the future for unread?
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      This looks amazing. GAget — One Thing Well http://bit.ly/PrQUdR
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        → Nathan Myhrvold’s Intellectual Ventures loses patent case — bit.ly/1idTmeL http://bit.ly/1idTmLX
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          @wilbur you’re so unreasonable! ;-)
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            I bought this after hearing about it from @ttscoff — worth checking out “@maguay: It’s here: my in-depth review of the new Markdown presentations app @decksetapp. http://techinch.com/blog/Deckset
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              @vowels I had the same issues you did with lapsing and renewal. I’m just glad it restored who I was following.
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                @bsag wow; you are a very talented writer. your descriptive style makes it feel like I was the rider.
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                  @kirschen bitbucket from atlassian is great. they also provide free private repos for teams of 5 or less. @spacekatgal
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                    Very insightful Home Screen: Robert McGinley Myers — MacSparky http://bit.ly/QnNBW0
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                      This looks super interesting to me. A sneak peek inside Exist · Exist http://bit.ly/1jb4YSk
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                        Oops, I bought a mac, or two… | Codemaster Karol http://bit.ly/1pepOYm
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                          re-syncing my blog data to github seems to have caused pourover to send out quite a few broadcasts of old posts on app.net. very sorry for the noise folks. problem resolved.
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                            @nickwynja flying around between buffers that have everything you need; using splits for multiple panes + zoomwin for focusing on only one temporarily… etc. when i’m desperate for vim mode in a text field on my Mac Hogbay’s “QuickCursor” is pretty good.
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                              @nickwynja a good example of that for me was spending at least two hours learning & documenting how to use emacs & *then* adding vim keybind support. reason: emacs+slime is the “best” environment for learning / hacking Common Lisp. (work related project)
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                                @nickwynja stuff like that keeps computing fun; but can also venture back into our previous convo more or less about "yak shaving".
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                                  HearthStone for iPad impressions | digitalnomad http://bit.ly/1jNpWZd