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If I were a My Little Pony, I would have a purple body and curly yellow hair. My name would be "Daffil" and I would be a hairdresser, so my cutie mark would be a blow dryer.

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Tim: “What's that song you're singing, Brian?”

Melissa: “It's from 'Wilbur's Spider'.”

Brian: “...You mean 'Charlotte's Web'?”

Melissa

My cat name: Wobbleton

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№ 143 SILOW Volume I: Books

Brian introduces a new series: Stuff I Learned on Wikipedia. Which article related to books is the most interesting? Is the answer, "None of them"?

136 facts every web dev should know before they burn out and turn to landscape painting or nude modelling

Excellent list. One of my favorites:

  1. Naming things is fantastic. Everything on the screen should have a name. It’s better for your work. It’s better for accessibility. It’s better for your design. Take a table view and name it ‘Inbox’, ‘Screener’, or ‘Paper Trail’, and they suddenly mean something. What you do with them has changed. A good name transforms design and action.
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Koser's Theory of Leftovers: At midnight, leftovers are redistributed evenly

(E.g., if I eat 4 pizza slices, Melissa eats 2, and there are 2 slices left, we both get 1 slice the next day)

Brian
A good science fiction story should be able to predict not the automobile but the traffic jam.
— Frederik Pohl
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