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Christopher James Willcock

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Category: History

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Looks interesting.

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I like the mystery person reflected in the door. Our photographer?

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How the Blog Broke the Web

All thanks to a quirky bit of software produced to alleviate the pain of a tiny subset of a very small audience.

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Amy HoyAmy Hoy (via stackingthebricks.com)

GNU/Linux – more than a name

Students of programming should learn their history. At the very least, not be given an alternative, misrepresentation of history. As important as where you are going, is where you have been. Standing on the shoulders of giants and all that.