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    @siracusa a Danish party is using some sort of block chain arrangement for its internal voting. http://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/news/blockchain-voting-used-by-danish-political-party/2014/04/23
    atpfm
      61: Perfectly Neutral http://atp.fm/episodes/61 Vinyl sound, Apple/Samsung trial documents, Greg Christie's departure, pCell, performance vs. scaling, and why Marco never uses JOINs.
      donmelton
        “Memories of Steve” http://donmelton.com/2014/04/10/memories-of-steve/ The original, *longer* version of my article about Steve Jobs that appeared in The Loop Magazine.
        atpfm
          60: The Great Odwalla Flavor Change of 2013 http://atp.fm/episodes/60 WWDC tickets, Heartbleed, Dropbox Carousel, and a spirited after-show about the causes of app crashes and Casey's phonographic tea ceremony.
          siracusa
            @sn0man No, but we did get feedback from some women who listen.
            siracusa
              @sn0man I don’t think any of my coworkers listen. Haven’t heard any comments.
              manton
                Looking for a discount on some Mac apps? Acorn is on crazy once-in-a-lifetime sale of only $15. I use this app every day. http://flyingmeat.com/ …and Black Ink is updated to version 1.6, only $10 now. http://red-sweater.com/
                siracusa
                  @manton …and would it have been a solid foundation for a phone/tablet OS?
                  siracusa
                    @manton I think it was a bad plan, a half solution. A great execution could have shipped, but it wouldn't have been a product that could carry Apple forward very far.
                    atpfm
                      59: The Little Puck That Could http://atp.fm/episodes/59-the-little-puck-that-could Amazon Fire TV and the rest of the puck landscape, tech giants' anti-poaching agreements, and WWDC ticketing (sort of).
                      bwebster
                        I hope next year Apple releases an iPhone app that lets you scratch off a virtual lottery ticket to see if you won a WWDC pass. *scratch scratch* Apple… *scratch scratch* Apple! *scratch scratch* Ohhh… Android. *sadtrombone.wav*
                        siracusa
                          @moze It’s “Copland.”
                          atpfm
                            58: Always On Vacation In California http://atp.fm/episodes/58-always-on-vacation-in-california How and when to discuss sexism in technology, Facebook buying Oculus and having visions, and the Hack extension to PHP.
                            dwineman
                              Anything that’s in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary. Anything that’s invented between when you’re 15 and 35 is new and exciting and revolutionary. Anything invented after you’re 35 gets bought by an advertising company.
                              siracusa
                                @joemmac Hard to get as worked up about just another book on Apple. No exclusive access to a now-dead person.
                                atpfm
                                  57: Smorgasbord of Pronunciation http://atp.fm/episodes/57-smorgasbord-of-pronunciation Flexible phones, interviews and books by hacks, VR headsets, and sexism.
                                  siracusa
                                    @davidchambers That’s synthesizing the name of an object attribute/function, not a variable, no? (Also, it’s not Perl.)
                                    siracusa
                                      @wedge @natesm It eventually prompted again and the update worked.