Google announces Chromecast, $35 HDMI dongle to stream supported services to TV [feedly]

Want.     Shared via feedly // published on iMore - The #1 iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch blog // visit site Google announces Chromecast, $35 HDMI dongle to stream supported services to TV Google has just finished their big breakfast event and one of the highlights for Apple users is Chromecast, a $35 HDMI dongle that turns any TV into a receiver for YouTube, Netflix, and potentially other services that adopt the API. It...

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Capacity for beer still main source of pride [feedly]

Scientists from the institute of studies have been hard at work again!      Shared via feedly // published on The Daily Mash // visit site Capacity for beer still main source of pride MOST Britons consider drinking a lot of beer to be their greatest achievement. Visit website Sent via feedly // A news reader for creative minds.

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Fuck Off As A Service [feedly]

Haha! Well played.     Shared via feedly // published on The Profound Programmer // visit site Fuck Off As A Service Fuck Off As A Service: FOAAS (Fuck Off As A Service) provides a modern, RESTful, scalable solution to the common problem of telling people to fuck off. Visit website Sent via feedly // A news reader for creative minds.

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Learn Ember With Us for Free [feedly]

Learn Ember for free, cannot argue with that.     Shared via feedly // published on Nettuts+ // visit site Learn Ember With Us for Free Hopefully, it's clear by now that Envato and Tuts+ are dedicated to education. In addition to the various Tuts+ sites like this one, we also offer Tuts+ Premium, which provides the best web development courses and ebooks available today for a small monthly cost. Members of Premium help to...

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Use Aliases, Not Hostnames [feedly]

Hurrah! I do this.      Shared via feedly // published on DevOps On Windows // visit site Use Aliases, Not Hostnames I'm going to cut straight to the point: it is 2013, you should use aliases, not hostnames; aliases as in DNS CNAME records. This goes for everything and anything: your source control server, your issue tracker, your wiki/document management system, your central configuration service, etc. So what exactly am I talking about? Let's say...

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