The tweets of summer

An archive of my Twitter microblog entries, sorted by time, starting with the most recent and finally reaching my first, sent the first day of Summer 2009.

  • Diamonds are not forever: http://digg.com/d316i7A
  • Demythologizing Trotsky: http://digg.com/d316o9B
  • DNA is organized as a fractal globule, resists knotting, keeps regions on a chromosome near each other: http://digg.com/d316j66
  • Hello, you’ve won the Nobel: http://digg.com/d316fF1
  • The Sahara Forest Project: http://bit.ly/2Yw4Fo
  • Top tech for a cleaner planet: http://digg.com/d3168wR
  • “Forget the past to win the future.” -Dennis Tsichritzis #quote
  • Vivid details of a completely different kind of life: http://bit.ly/rKnIy
  • Anatomy of a Charge-Coupled Device (CCD): http://bit.ly/18QRPA
  • Charles Kao, an oral history conducted in 2004 by Robert Colburn, IEEE History Center: http://digg.com/d316TcO
  • Cliodynamics of Roman coin hoards support low-count theory of first century BC population: http://digg.com/d316QsE
  • Telomeres, telomerase and cancer: http://digg.com/d316OWA
  • “The time has come to put the farm labourer at the heart of technology and development policies.” http://bit.ly/lrcyY
  • The domesticated mosquito: http://digg.com/d316D7r
  • Nobel for “how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomerase”: http://bit.ly/11ToQE
  • “Empathy and sympathy start with the synchronization of bodies, not in the higher regions of our imagination.” http://bit.ly/ApaLo
  • Fungal death feast at the P-Tr boundary (perhaps enabled by volcanic acid rain): http://bit.ly/5TeGM
  • @ccziv According to Mayo Clinic: http://bit.ly/CB0hE The memory study: http://bit.ly/gXUZL Smells confound: http://bit.ly/Z6AJZ
  • Arctic seas turn to acid: http://digg.com/d316ImH
  • Ecuador’s constitutional rights of nature: http://bit.ly/220og
  • Knocking out S6K1 yields many of the anti-aging benefits of caloric restriction w/o the side-effects of rapamycin: http://digg.com/d316D56
  • Music video from a young American in Paris who plays the classical harp — and pots and pans? http://bit.ly/xYj0B
  • “we see a new world of man-made color materialize before our astonished eyes” http://bit.ly/W9Wbz
  • Rating colleges by their contribution to the social good: http://bit.ly/Ue3S4
  • “More than anything, [AIG’s] Joe Cassano wanted to be one of Wall Streets big shots.” http://bit.ly/SS9yO
  • Fast forward — manipulating time perception: http://digg.com/d31682k
  • Slow-motioning brains using imperceptibly small, oscillating electrical currents: http://bit.ly/zQ0G1
  • “Whatever needs pitching, cute can help.” http://digg.com/d3jhvx
  • Leon Lederman and the “new, dumb janitor”: http://digg.com/d3162m5
  • “Salina Mohamed So’ot has no pulse. But she is very much alive.” http://digg.com/d315yda
  • RT @bryanrhoads Cool way into the World of Intel – Experience Intel – http://bit.ly/8oSUX
  • Sue the T. rex starved to death because of jaw damage from protozoan parasite that still infects wild birds: http://digg.com/d315tzJ
  • A glowing MIT pickle and why “OLED manufacturing will top LCD manufacturing for simplicity and efficiency”: http://digg.com/d315uQh
  • “Instead of trying to learn, our neurons are trying to forget.” http://digg.com/d315qL1
  • Get out of that pickle barrel! (http://bit.ly/3l7UQP)
  • Do “other creatures have a right to live”? http://bit.ly/GpI7i
  • Rob Lyons says he has “no regard for the welfare of most non-human living things”: http://bit.ly/5AYAH
  • Edge 300 — Darwin in Chile: http://digg.com/d315uac
  • The friendship of Pauli and Jung: http://digg.com/d315sLr
  • Time lens. “We would be able to send 27 times as much information on the same wavelength channel.” http://digg.com/d315nK2
  • Link between Alzheimer’s and sleep disorders: http://digg.com/d315pUH
  • 11-by-4-foot tapestry woven from the naturally golden silk of a million spiders: http://digg.com/d315itl
  • Survival of the kindest: http://digg.com/d315lyX
  • Sand animation: http://digg.com/d314Ewd
  • In 1984, the Soviet Union built a doomsday machine called Perimeter, to prevent launch on false warning: http://digg.com/d315iPs
  • Stanislav Petrov averted a worldwide nuclear war in 1983: http://digg.com/d315kMs
  • Tunnel links continents, uncovers ancient history: http://digg.com/d315iMM
  • Practical fault tolerance for quantum circuits: http://bit.ly/ObN4z
  • Six European microelectronics startups in the spotlight: http://bit.ly/4ssO0U
  • Climate change speeding toward irreversible tipping points: http://digg.com/d315bNE
  • Susan Travers of the French Foreign Legion: http://digg.com/d315Rky
  • Humans are overstepping environmentally safe Planetary Boundaries’: http://digg.com/d315XFN
  • Generating a reliable stream of entangled photons: http://digg.com/d315Wnr , http://bit.ly/y3feb
  • Children who are spanked have lower IQs: http://digg.com/d315UY5
  • US school drinking water unsafe: http://digg.com/d315VQx
  • “American households watch [TV] for over eight hours a day on average, twice as long as anyone else.” http://digg.com/d315LxS
  • New tools to trace the paths of glaciers, unearthing previously unknown pieces of the climate record: http://digg.com/d315Tgd
  • Planned emission cuts still mean far hotter Earth: http://digg.com/d315UHc
  • RT @TweetDiscovered Synopsys Rides On Innovation | Stock Blog Hub http://bit.ly/BnAZb #46DAC
  • Carbon footprints are smaller in the city: http://digg.com/d315RQW
  • Transporting food adds only a tiny increment to the greenhouse gas of growing it: http://digg.com/d315RNu
  • How Richard Posner became a Keynesian: http://digg.com/d315JiJ
  • The death of Dunkard Creek: http://digg.com/d315JhF
  • Fly-by-wireless set for take-off: http://digg.com/d315OHX
  • Intel’s plan to replace copper cables with 10-100GB/s optical cables: http://digg.com/d315MRH
  • Postmenopausal women benefit as much as younger women do from endurance training: http://digg.com/d314vfX
  • Richard Hamming: You and your research (http://digg.com/d315Gyw)
  • Would your dreams remember you if they passed you on the street?
  • US teacher starting salary vs. annual amount spent per prison inmate: http://digg.com/d3155lI
  • Where will synthetic biology lead us? http://digg.com/d31555k
  • Paintings from Jung’s “Red Book”: http://digg.com/d315C3p
  • Green is not automatically good: http://bit.ly/jdAh8
  • When’s the last time you hired a robot? http://bit.ly/5Sxmo
  • “A carbon tax is honest. It takes one page rather than 1400”: http://digg.com/d3154hB
  • Methane clathrate in permafrost and beneath the seabed: A paradoxical cure for fossil fuel junkies (http://digg.com/d3151eR)
  • Space probes using Earth’s gravity to get a slingshot speed boost move faster than predicted: http://digg.com/d3151cX
  • Brains hover on the edge of chaos: http://bit.ly/4ogBXS
  • Billion-dollar floodgates might not save Venice: http://digg.com/d314uer
  • How small can you make an electric motor? 2 atoms: http://digg.com/d314o0o
  • Review of “The Emperor’s New Drugs” and “Doctoring the Mind”: http://digg.com/d314pBH
  • “Absurdist Literature Stimulates Our Brain”: http://bit.ly/R81XD
  • Peer reviewers have strong bias toward papers with positive findings: http://digg.com/d314j4h
  • 3-D memory: graphite shows promise for storing more bits than flash (http://digg.com/d314Z38) #46DAC
  • Who killed the electric streetcar? http://digg.com/d3jPpw
  • NYC, the green metropolis: http://digg.com/d314f0p
  • Blacks in Mexico: A Forgotten Minority (http://digg.com/d314SYd)
  • British Piracy in the Golden Age: http://digg.com/d312gDX
  • “The granting system turns young scientists into bureaucrats and then betrays them”: http://digg.com/d314Rz0
  • NYC girds Itself for heat and rising seas: http://digg.com/d314LvN
  • Two-thirds of the energy used by the electrical generation and distribution system never reaches the end user: http://digg.com/d3ixzN
  • Until US upgrades its outmoded electricity grid, renewable energy will never reach its potential: http://digg.com/d314TU1
  • The Minsky meltdown: http://digg.com/d314R7j
  • Palmitic acid (butter, cheese, milk, beef) suppresses satiety signals: http://digg.com/d314EhB
  • World’s first room-temperature, permanent-magnet, magnetic refrigerator: http://digg.com/d314JiT
  • Intel will spend $7B to bring the 32-nm process into multiple fabs: http://digg.com/d314EYA #46DAC
  • Combining silicon transistors and gallium nitride transistors on the same chip: http://digg.com/d314PcJ #46DAC
  • “The planets ocean surface temperature was the warmest on record for July” http://digg.com/d314IQk
  • “India’s water use unsustainable” http://digg.com/d310afd
  • “So-called common sense and good intentions are no substitute for hard evidence.” http://digg.com/d314LIg
  • “End the pillaging of the high seas.” http://digg.com/d314LGw
  • “The four-day week could boost employment, save energy and make us happier.” http://digg.com/d314LFK
  • Parasite eats host fish’s tongue and takes its place: http://digg.com/d314FRn
  • Norman Borlaug: http://bit.ly/rzJXO , http://bit.ly/6wHFN , http://bit.ly/Fbe3Z
  • Universal Death Stench repels bugs of all types: http://digg.com/d3140Va
  • Algae-based, non-metallic batteries could revolutionize energy storage industry: http://digg.com/d313z1X
  • Parasitic worms: Just what the doctor ordered? (http://digg.com/d313ts9)
  • Janos Vargha, the biologist who broke the Berlin Wall: http://digg.com/d313tqN
  • Graphitic memory techniques: http://digg.com/d313jDz #46DAC #EDA
  • “Almost nothing has been invented yet.” http://digg.com/d3m9FD
  • Aaron Beck, inventor of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT): http://digg.com/d313pF3
  • Cement’s basic molecular structure finally decoded: http://digg.com/d313ioj
  • New look at Alzheimer’s could revolutionise treatment: http://digg.com/d313ghP
  • Two Permian killers: Siberian Traps, +5C, melted methane hydrate, +5C more: http://digg.com/d313dB9 : 95% species died
  • “Millions now living will never die”, sort of: http://digg.com/d313Zar
  • WWII hero finally gets justice: http://digg.com/d313Zr9
  • XMRV gammaretrovirus linked to aggressive prostate cancer: http://digg.com/d313dsz
  • As offshore tax havens comply with US transparency demands, its wealthy buy new citizenships: http://bit.ly/lzA9L
  • Full without food: The question intriguing researchers is why patients are not ravenous after surgery (http://digg.com/d313EjX)
  • “By the end, one feels rather sickened at the futility of his avarice.” http://bit.ly/132dEy
  • Epigenetics of diabetes: Fatty diet can permanently reprogram muscle cell genes (http://digg.com/d313TBp)
  • Secrets of the centenarians: Life begins at 100 (http://digg.com/d313Q4b)
  • Causal evidence linking meal timing and weight gain: http://digg.com/d313Q7b
  • A few happy snapshots: http://bit.ly/xYg1e
  • Cellphones and brain tumors: 15 reasons to be concerned (http://bit.ly/LneSk)
  • @leemhoffman No, but I should. http://bit.ly/E14N7
  • Corporations are legally obliged to devour the earth: http://bit.ly/3q4yTS
  • “Psychology has a vital role to play in the effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions”: http://digg.com/d313LFm
  • As Arctic Ocean warms, megatonnes of methane bubble up: http://digg.com/d313LEN
  • Evolution 2.0: a theory of evolution for technology (http://digg.com/d313LCF)
  • “the better a vaccine works, the less you sell” http://bit.ly/1huaBQ
  • Family caregiver agreements: http://bit.ly/16FFxd
  • The top 10 super ideas list from Renewable Energy World North America: http://bit.ly/3DRi3u
  • Triumph of the commons (4is = information, identity, institutions and incentives): http://digg.com/d311vIH , http://bit.ly/4nsUbb
  • Marine swimmers, such as jellyish, rival tides and wind in mixing up the oceans: http://digg.com/d313DC2
  • Dusty death of the Fertile Crescent: http://digg.com/d313DA9
  • Winners wear red: How color twists your mind (http://digg.com/d312r1C)
  • “I believe edge is the most overrated ingredient in any documentary.” http://bit.ly/3k9Rw3
  • Detecting tipping points: http://digg.com/d312u2O
  • Whitening clouds with salt to delay global warming: http://digg.com/d312lAV
  • “On the edge of chaos, that’s where you want to be.” http://bit.ly/VM3B5
  • Haldane confirmed re mutations: Each of us has at least 100 new ones in our DNA (http://digg.com/d312sJj)
  • The race for the perfect battery: http://digg.com/d312v3R
  • Quantum entanglement, photosynthesis and better solar cells: http://digg.com/d312unG
  • 3/4 of known lithium reserves are in Bolivia and Chile: http://bit.ly/Aw0Xn
  • Chile and Darwin: http://bit.ly/12aCb3
  • Short stressful events may improve working memory: http://bit.ly/GeCZY
  • The worlds largest salt flats, Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia: http://digg.com/d312V6e
  • Polystyrene plastic in ocean breaks down easily to toxic soup (such as BPA): http://digg.com/d311QtP
  • RT @jkositz: RT @heatherkmack Cost 2 world 2 get every kid in2 skool: $11B. Cost 2 US alone on bailouts, stimulus? $11T (via @QueenRania)
  • US gov spends 14 times more on nuclear weapons ($50+ billion!) than on energy research. http://bit.ly/aDNiS
  • Most Americans would increase US foreign aid by a factor of 5 or 10: http://bit.ly/RFM1C
  • Stewart Brand, ecopragmatist: http://bit.ly/BCVjN
  • “the second law of thermodynamics is reduced to a mere tautology” http://bit.ly/eH7jI
  • “Tomorrow is never a day away.
  • Turning on Immortality: Debate Over Telomerase Activation ( http://digg.com/d311BRM , http://digg.com/d3117dQ )
  • Feelings of incompetence are a pain you can’t grow without. http://digg.com/d3119yM
  • How to connect your SystemC Reference Models to your verification VMM based framework: http://bit.ly/7IwKD #snps #eda
  • @bfuller9 @karenbartleson Thanks for the RT!
  • How the patent system has shaped US history: http://digg.com/d310zzd
  • Combining lithographic patterning with DNA scaffolding: http://bit.ly/3yEoK0
  • Anthropogenic global warming started when people began farming: http://tinyurl.com/o9e25d
  • “His sales pitch seemed to be ‘I am from the future and things work better there.'” @skmurphy http://tinyurl.com/qnmt3s
  • In praise of small teams: http://bit.ly/Oytpw
  • @NatureNews [Spasers:] smallest laser unveiled http://ff.im/-6H0CK #46dac #eda
  • “Genuine money should always involve the recollected pain involved in creating it.” http://digg.com/d310x9j #edge
  • “new grounds both for a responsible free will and an evolutionary advantage in evolving consciousness”: http://digg.com/d310v03 #edge
  • Economics is not natural science: http://digg.com/d310tFM #edge
  • Biological explanation for psychopathy: http://digg.com/d310ukc
  • “When confronted by someone who opposes your view, picture where in your solution to the problem your opponent fits.” http://bit.ly/8eQFk
  • Rats fed a high-fat diet show worse physical endurance and cognitive ability after just 9 days: http://digg.com/d310twe
  • Topological insulator: electrons flow across surface with no loss of energy ( http://digg.com/d310rP0 , http://bit.ly/13V58y ) #46DAC #EDA
  • How a basic income program saved a Namibian village: http://digg.com/d310ofd
  • Best measure of how well your country’s doing? Energy wasted lighting outer space. (http://bit.ly/IFfa3)
  • Fuel wasting by heavy trucks same as ever, even though cheap, easy improvements long known: http://bit.ly/46vphs
  • Art and architecture for a changing planet: http://bit.ly/qcB8D
  • For the record, Tom Dixon of Bristol, UK doesn’t care: http://bit.ly/kR8Pa
  • Those few intensely alive days: http://bit.ly/e2IaY
  • Almost everything we say about monetary policy is wrong: http://bit.ly/rSkLc
  • RT @leemhoffman Could not agree more: For Today’s Graduate, Just One Word: Statistics http://ow.ly/jjxp
  • Are you incompetent enough? http://bit.ly/o27eO
  • Dont write your to-do list at the start of the day, write it at the end of the day: http://bit.ly/IX5tx
  • You are never going to get caught up: http://bit.ly/4wwSd
  • “devastating avalanches of cosmic debris may have fostered life on Earth, not annihilated it” http://digg.com/d310iWf
  • The intellectual links between China and India: http://bit.ly/I3cOi
  • Want us to read your white paper? Remove the registration requirement http://tinyurl.com/odt26j (via @paul_mccord @CindyKing)
  • Speciation via randomness: geographic barriers and selection not required (http://digg.com/d310hfo)
  • Worlds first formal machine-checked proof of a general-purpose operating system kernel:http://digg.com/d310d4K
  • Late light: “space-time is […] rough, turbulent and fundamentally grainy stuff” http://digg.com/d310XpF
  • “Some people are more infectious than others when it comes to spreading internet memes.” http://digg.com/d310UnD
  • SBGN: the first standard graphical notation for biology (http://digg.com/d310Umb)
  • Fast forward: the social impact on personal time sense (http://bit.ly/PcnBD)
  • The mind’s eye scans like a spotlight with brain waves acting as a clock: http://digg.com/d310XXT
  • Are the limits on exercise set in our brains? The “central governor”: http://bit.ly/J3uuY
  • Can entertainment and education co-exist? Epic theater: http://bit.ly/IDS7I
  • Immortality improves cell reprogramming: http://digg.com/d310CVc
  • @dftdigest According to http://bit.ly/2D6m0, Deep Chip is getting plenty of visits without using Twitter. #46DAC
  • Barefoot running, without the bare feet: Vibram’s “FiveFingers” running shoes (http://digg.com/d310Mya)
  • The elusive weasel ball: http://bit.ly/aPl6W
  • Hybrid nanowire: lipid membrane for better interface with neural prosthetics (http://digg.com/d310Oio)
  • LED droop: raise the current, lower the efficiency (http://digg.com/d310QwU)
  • Priorities are objectively measurable. (http://bit.ly/144AmH) Self-discipline is congruence between your priorities and your deepest needs.
  • Plasmodia: the “ideal substrate for future and emerging biocomputing devices” http://digg.com/d310HCN
  • RT @plindemann: […] #EDA media de-evolution continues RT @newtechpress […] http://bit.ly/BEVAw #46DAC @loucovey
  • Welcome to Twitter, Surya Saha! #SystemVerilog #EDA @spsaha
  • True cost accounting: rebuilding the US economy on a sustainable foundation (http://bit.ly/RXqQp)
  • @ColinLewis More generally, when real life interrupts you.
  • Doubly special relativity (http://digg.com/d310AI4) @fqxi
  • The procession of technological discoveries is inevitable? http://digg.com/d310Apk
  • Yeast-powered fuel cell feeds on human blood: http://bit.ly/W9KN
  • RT @Sheamus: 10 Harsh Truths About Corporate Blogging. http://bit.ly/4dwxl
  • @S_Tomasello Another version of the Netflix story. http://bit.ly/MDQDB
  • @arpansen I don’t see the connection between cloud computing and that link. http://bit.ly/1auYvH
  • 42% of US dogs sleep in the same bed as their owners: http://bit.ly/ZJpsp
  • Science and fiction “are, quite literally, the same thing” ( http://bit.ly/8XYIW , http://bit.ly/3sP5ZC )
  • “Lesson: dont try to create a need, and dont confuse need time with lead time.” ( http://bit.ly/HkUMz ) @matthewemay
  • The obsessive-compulsive gangster: http://bit.ly/NuYUm
  • Should intense ambition within the rules be the price of admission to the good life? (http://bit.ly/8xsiM)
  • Henry Ford’s all-time favorite book? Bambi , a Life in the Woods ( http://bit.ly/mErrT , http://bit.ly/88uXB )
  • What if we could turn the climate change crisis into an opportunity to build a better world? (http://bit.ly/21jldA)
  • RT @ThinkingFox: Human RAM article: Trouble w/ focus? ppl tapping lots of wrkn memory not as easily distracted. http://bit.ly/ARzGc
  • Why jerks are bad decision-makers: http://bit.ly/a2Rv7
  • Lincoln, MacBeth, and why art matters: http://bit.ly/3ukcb
  • The great books speak with everyone: http://bit.ly/1fhhhe
  • Thirteen thousand in a lifetime: http://bit.ly/3J8I0L
  • @martybeckerman Speed reading: How to read 50,000 words a minute (http://bit.ly/130dbQ)
  • A regular exercise program can heal a troubled mind ( http://bit.ly/jNpQr , http://bit.ly/1pWN43 )
  • Opening up the shut-down learner: http://bit.ly/wDgEH
  • RT @pradeep612: China IC market forecast to reach $100 billion in 2013!http://bit.ly/rxRyM
  • The end of alone? Probably not: http://bit.ly/u8xjm
  • Einstein gets the glory, but others were paving the way: http://bit.ly/7YNhN
  • How 10 terabits per sq. inch assemble themselves perfectly: http://bit.ly/5ixaM
  • The guru of lying: http://bit.ly/F57WG
  • On “High Society in the Third Reich” by dAlmeida: http://bit.ly/Qonm5
  • Experimental philosophy: http://bit.ly/Vt1uT
  • Standards needed to tap smart grid potential: http://bit.ly/14hRNO
  • “Gladwell does second-hand social science with a twist: […] inevitably to supply happy endings.” http://bit.ly/VxvVu
  • Catoms: programmable matter ( http://digg.com/d3zvjK , http://bit.ly/e1znK )
  • RT @jkositz: RT @heatherkmack Cost 2 world 2 get every kid in2 skool: $11B. Cost 2 US alone on bailouts, stimulus? $11T (via @QueenRania)
  • @karenbartleson How confident are you in the accuracy of the report? #46DAC
  • The ghastly secrets of Cahokia, an ancient city under the American heartland: http://bit.ly/NEXb7
  • Confirming Aesop – rooks use stones to raise the level of water in a pitcher: http://digg.com/d3zsjQ
  • “Earth’s clouds get their start [when] cosmic rays collide with water molecules […] to form overcast skies.” http://bit.ly/fdEQL
  • RT @GuyKawasaki: How to Design a Flat Organization by@matthewemay http://bit.ly/nEimn
  • NIST demonstrates sustained quantum information processing with ion-trapping: http://bit.ly/sW8fe
  • Bogus theories, bad for business: The follies of management science and the consulting that promotes it. http://bit.ly/xXHF5
  • @naswitter Why do you consider VHDL a pain? Even for datapath?
  • RT @andreajlee: “The truth will set you free, but it will probably piss you off first.” — Thomas Leonard
  • RT @S_Tomasello: “The kindest form of management is the truth …” Jack Welch #TLS09
  • Real 1D adiabatic quantum computer would be no faster than simulating one. http://digg.com/d3zfwb
  • RT @dallasmcnally: @arpansen […]don’t lk the “polymorphism” […] in that OO VHDL paper. Violates Liskov’s Substitution Principle.
  • RT @AmeliaJL: […] Should BMW Sell Ketchup?: http://digg.com/d3zjB5?t
  • True grit: http://bit.ly/bO2Yl via @GuyKawasaki
  • @karenbartleson Or if non-tweeters wonder “What’s up with Karen?”: http://twitter.com/karenbartleson in any browser. #46dac
  • @karenbartleson A myth off-Twitter is: to read tweets one must join Twitter. Not so. http://bit.ly/4c0Ow #46dac
  • RT @skmurphy: “As I’ve said many times, the future is already here. It’s just not very evenly distributed.” William Gibson
  • Top U.K. professions exclude the poor: http://bit.ly/BDmnE
  • The spleen: it just might save your life (http://bit.ly/9sf6A)
  • Is the universe a computer-generated simulation? http://bit.ly/oQUSx
  • A key to happiness is doing what you dont enjoy. http://bit.ly/2KN5Uy
  • “R is really important to the point that it’s hard to overvalue it” Daryl Pregibon : http://bit.ly/L5koG
  • Cannibal locusts: http://bit.ly/qkti5
  • Prehistoric people witnessed a violent and prolonged display of high-energy auroras? http://bit.ly/12Rzt2
  • Asymmetric interactions in symmetric multi-core systems: http://bit.ly/8GSZ6
  • Stressed brains rely on habit: http://digg.com/d3zON4
  • Zombie ants: http://digg.com/d3zH2m
  • “Aerial photographs reveal a lost Roman city called Altinum … a forerunner of Venice.” http://digg.com/d3zEO8
  • We evolved from aquatic apes, says Elaine Morgan: http://digg.com/d3zERV
  • Ancient Cities Buried Under the Seas Now Being Re-Discovered: http://digg.com/d3zV4S
  • “template stripping..precisely patterned silicon..ultrasmooth pure metal films w/ grooves..pyramids..holes” http://bit.ly/enEOa #EDA
  • Electric airplane: http://digg.com/d3zWWP
  • We don’t learn from our mistakes, shows MIT study: http://digg.com/d3zZ3f
  • RT @jonathanmead: Reading: The Ultimate Stress Busting Post by @timbrownson http://sn.im/obyty
  • SystemVerilog 2009: 50+ major enhancements ( http://bit.ly/13o5Iy , http://bit.ly/hCb4d ) #snps #eda #46dac
  • @RobertDwyer Lead and chocolate: http://bit.ly/23Exr5
  • “They want Cooley. They want rude, rough, and real even if it’s just an illusion. They want theater.” http://bit.ly/wAMIf
  • RT @UCLAnewsroom: New microchip technology performs 1,000 chemical reactions at once using microfluids. http://bit.ly/JxEmW
  • RT @GuyKawasaki: Want to save the planet? Have fewer kids: http://om.ly/?DUSK AC
  • RT @jlgray: Read about the early days of DAC – My interview with Pat Pistilli: #46dac http://bit.ly/Cryot
  • RT @RSNikhil: #EDA […] “How to future-proof a hardware designer”. http://tinyurl.com/lfvk7f. It’s all about architectures!
  • @jhupcey I voted for “inappropriate”: here’s why (http://bit.ly/1fqHmV) #46DAC
  • @martybeckerman Consider “The radiance of late Carver” http://bit.ly/m0R1i
  • Fast forward: http://bit.ly/XBp8o
  • RT @amyjokim: Exercise helps fight depression http://bit.ly/OguE2
  • RT @SusanVLewis: Reading your slides to me in a YouTube video is just as boring as it is in person at a conference. Gaah.
  • RT @copyblogger: Genius means little more than the faculty of perceiving in an unhabitual way. ~William James
  • RT @MarvinTowler: Don’t wish it were easier; wish you were better. Don’t wish for less problems; wish for more skills.~Rohn
  • Synthetic genomics: a short course by Church & Venter (http://bit.ly/1SR5CY) #edge
  • @jasonmccampbell Which language are you developing in that makes C++ feel so dated? http://edp.org/molasses.htm
  • America turns red, white and green: interview with John Holdren (http://bit.ly/zMabP)
  • Evolution’s third replicator: Genes, memes, and now what? (http://bit.ly/grD66)
  • @jlgray That’s a downside of home ownership: http://bit.ly/4v41JK
  • A new approach to fusion: A startup snags funding to start early work on a low-budget test reactor (http://digg.com/d3zDty)
  • Creativity is punished by rewards: http://digg.com/d34nrr
  • Supersizinq quantum behavior: http://digg.com/d3z7Bp
  • Light and matter united: http://digg.com/d3zBmC
  • Breaking the Planck’s law, at the nanoscale: http://digg.com/d3z1LX
  • Antikythera clockwork computer may be even older than thought: http://digg.com/d3yzZX
  • The First Population Explosion: Human Numbers Expanded Dramatically Millennia Before Agriculture (http://digg.com/d3z0Kr)
  • Laser Propulsion: Wild Idea May Finally Shine (http://digg.com/d3z0Hc)
  • Study finds patent systems may discourage innovation: http://digg.com/d3ymVG
  • Tipu Sultan descendants to have royal status restored: http://bit.ly/EZSLP
  • Back to the 12th century: ancient Dover Castle brought back to life (http://bit.ly/sB6wz)
  • RT @TNxtSV: World Bank: High speed internet is key to economic growth and job creation in developing countries http://tinyurl.com/mv9pty
  • Splitting the electron: spinons and holons (http://bit.ly/2K3CAA)
  • “I think philosophy, at its best, is about enlarging a sense of what is possible in the world.” Susan Neiman http://bit.ly/13g3mP
  • @jhupcey OOP http://bit.ly/u5QuY
  • RT @GuyKawasaki: Study: Headlines are crucial for clicks http://om.ly/?DMKs NC
  • #46DAC, #EDA and the unbearable lightness of blogging (http://bit.ly/hFznJ) @bfuller9
  • 100+ chars? Blue pencil time. (http://bit.ly/DmWsF) @skmurphy #EDA
  • #46DAC withdrawal symptoms? Connect with the EDA bloggers on LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/RxvAI
  • In tweet http://bit.ly/EZIeR someone is saying “help me murder them”. What’s the appropriate action?
  • RT @MarvinTowler: If you could only love enough, you would be the most powerful person in the world.~Fox
  • You should #FF @RSNikhil wherever he goes. Someday he’ll blog about memristors, and you’ll wanna be there.
  • @reese What do you need?
  • @amyjokim Publicity about E. coli outbreaks, mad cow, why feedlots need so much antibiotics … Gross ’em out.
  • @reese “Dont know what I want, but I know how to get it.” John Lydon (http://bit.ly/Fwfqv)
  • RT @arpansen: (http://bit.ly/M6yRl) Never thought there’d b some text on formalizing C++ debugging strategies. Definite read at my end.
  • @amyjokim Fastest way 2 change food habits is DISGUST. If bad 4 body or planet, guilty pleasure. If DIRTY & YUCKY, no way!
  • @jlgray Best eats in SOMA: duck confit at Fringale http://bit.ly/J4qTh #46DAC
  • RT @S_Tomasello: @rickjamison sums up #46DAC experience & emergence of “the social” in #EDA: … http://bit.ly/VTwho
  • The next-generation electric motor? http://bit.ly/l8uM7 #46DAC
  • The changing media landscape at #46DAC (http://bit.ly/16vsAj) @bfuller9 #snps
  • The carrier wave of the genius channel is love. Anger, shame, resentment … jam the signal. http://bit.ly/JwL4O
  • RT @PDutrow: Just back from DAC. Boy did Synopsys put on a heck of a show. Poor Cadence looked sad in comparison. Its a new day in EDA.
  • “Small towns love an eccentric … but they don’t always handle the ambitious or the iconoclast so well.” http://bit.ly/Nozxi
  • Left, right, and time perception (http://bit.ly/122aXW) @newscientist
  • #46DAC Panel: Future job prospects bright for EDA pros: http://bit.ly/lRvUp
  • One man’s effort to help the homeless: http://bit.ly/cuFiv
  • @grahambunting No, looks like “regulatory issues” are going to be a deal breaker. Importation of exotic species.
  • I’m eagerly waiting for Friday so I can “Friday Follow” @RSNikhil
  • The “thanks for following” DM from @AnneHolland55 stands out from the crowd.
  • Social Software Speeds Team Decision Making (http://bit.ly/STu5x) @skmurphy
  • RT @nytimesscience: By Degrees: White Roofs Catch on as Energy Cost Cutters http://bit.ly/6uLLp
  • RT @nytimesscience: Efficiency Drive Could Cut Energy Use 23% by 2020, Study Finds http://bit.ly/41Mar
  • @kevinbowling1 It’s Twitter: http://bit.ly/127tmJ #46DAC
  • @dltweeting According to @dave_59 #46DAC “attendence-quantity down/quality up”. http://bit.ly/13AvFT
  • @kyleplacy “If you make people think theyre thinking, theyll love you” http://bit.ly/1OZ3ZG
  • @jhupcey Needs “effortful study” and proper training: http://bit.ly/MD6QC (#46dac)
  • RT @kyleplacy: Got a Twitter marketing idea. Give it to me in 140 characters and be in a globally distributed book! Right now. 🙂 Thanks!
  • Memcapacitors may be even more useful than memristors http://bit.ly/tecEO
  • RT @grep: How to Kick Butt on a Panel: http://bit.ly/34Nv6B (Guy Kawasaki) #46dac
  • @karenbartleson Isn’t that what highly paid consultants are for?
  • @karenbartleson Will ppl pay for Twitter? #46DAC
  • @ARMCommunity Don’t underestimate what you can learn from journal articles. #46DAC http://bit.ly/11xy6n http://bit.ly/18X7a
  • RT @Herta88: Is Twitter dying? http://bit.ly/2qnTvx
  • @paycinena #46dac Why they are unlikely to write much explicitly parallel code: http://bit.ly/qmmq4
  • SystemVerilog 2009 editor (Stuart Sutherland) delivered the draft LRM for recirculation ballot.
  • @digitalsista: @karenbartleson is one of the #women2follow (for example, voted EDA’s “top blogger)
  • RT @tommykelly: Gogolewski: In verification planning, “transparency and objectivity are key” #46dac #snps interop bfast
  • RT @tommykelly: Goodenough #46dac #snps: “Low power drives what all of us, bar only a few, do
  • RT @richgoldman: IPL btkfst: ARM’s John Goodenough says wrkn on stds is not altruistic. ARM wouldn’t B making lots of $$ w/out interoper …
  • RT @kirodriguez: RT PublicityGuru How to Pitch USA Todays Bloggers http://bit.ly/iyDjB
  • The DAC of ESL (Again): http://bit.ly/fkwVJ #46DAC #snps
  • RT @tommykelly: Bergeron: “What matters is not the detail of a standard but the fact that it exists” #46dac #snps
  • Accellera and The SPIRIT Consortium win Tenzing Norgay Interoperability Achievement Award: http://bit.ly/Gtzx0 #46DAC #snps
  • @grahambunting Send some of your rain to Milpitas, California.
  • KISS language is a transparent medium like the lens of your eye. Add a drop of virtuosity, and it gets clouded. http://bit.ly/sXE12
  • @jlgray Joy or Kathy? #46dac
  • @JimKukral “Yo no soy marinero, soy capitn.
  • Who won “EDA Community Superhero”? #46DAC
  • “space travel for all” but not one word about potential environmental impacts: http://bit.ly/StFDc
  • @karenbartleson Sure, the blogger’s life looks glamorous, but please ask @jlgray if he’s crying inside. #46DAC
  • @karenbartleson Hard to argue with success. But maybe he could find a new, uniquely DeepChip way to use Social Media? #46DAC
  • @karenbartleson He’s just being objective. BTW I recommend against synthesis startups. #46DAC
  • @FakeGerryHsu It is a blog. A solid “old school” blog that’ll live on like pagers, fax machines and Folgers. #46DAC
  • @Dark_Faust Follow @RSNikhil and you’ll learn the answer to both questions. #46DAC
  • SystemVerilog 2009 screams into orbit at 1:30. Get those feet moving! : http://bit.ly/106jPw #46DAC
  • @karenbartleson “The secret of success is sincerity. Once you can fake that you’ve got it made.” http://bit.ly/12s6hJ @RonPloof
  • @karenbartleson Who does @RonPloof trust? #46DAC
  • RT @harrytheASICguy: Bloggers vs. Journalists – Come see the SMACKDOWN in the #SNPS #46DAC Conversation Central Booth – Starting at 11:30
  • @karenbartleson You seem to be unclear on the concept of “secret”. 🙂
  • It’s new, it’s you, with DJs Cliff and Stu: SVA you can dance to. (1:30-2:30) : http://bit.ly/106jPw #46DAC
  • @jonathanmead First, check if it’s got health insurance.
  • RT @RSNikhil: #46DAC; gorilla suit runs up; smashes R booth, yells “High Level Synthesis is Immoral”, races off 2 the loading dock! O, well.
  • @karenbartleson Knights of the roundtable. http://mypict.me/eQsU #46DAC
  • Aart: The world faces 1 mega-issue — power. Electronics could help cut consumption by 20-30% http://bit.ly/vITAV #snps #46DAC
  • RT @dennisbrophy: #46DAC TSMC’s Fu-Chieh Hsu says for “low-power it is mainly design flow innovation.
  • “since most of the payment is made upon completion of the trial, reporting side effects can be costly” http://bit.ly/13A1Uy
  • RT @michaelport: Full self-expression is the best marketing strategy on the planet. ^MP
  • RT @PeterPek: Social media becomes a must-have job skill http://sbne.ws/r/2kXY via @JeffreySummers #46DAC
  • RT @DanielNenni: Magma (going concern notice) autopsy, what will the EDA coroner find? Death by arrogance? http://danielnenni.com/
  • The new SystemVerilog 2009 standard (1:30-2:30): http://bit.ly/106jPw #46DAC
  • Global Teams and Multi-Firm Collaboration (10:30-11:00 roundtable): http://bit.ly/9bcMo #46DAC #snps
  • “I attribute the paper pushing to something specific in the humanities: loss of confidence in qualitative judgment.” http://bit.ly/z2Wbj
  • Engineer-bloggers and the future of the electronics conversation: http://bit.ly/7IrbE #46DAC
  • Cognitive and Behavioral Challenges in Responding to Climate Change: http://tinyurl.com/mp3vso
  • @paycinena What would have been your #1 question for them? #46DAC
  • @sunilraj Ask @harrytheASICguy #46dac
  • Gorillas are goners (unless humans go sane all of a sudden): http://bit.ly/dShgN
  • @SeanDonahoe “Treatment would have to be immediate, she added – because the damage to nerve cells is irreversible.
  • @kathyschmidt 2/3 of energy consumed by power plants & grid never even reaches the end user: http://bit.ly/1axoV2 #46dac
  • RT @damondnollan: [small sample but] Study Reveals High Levels of Twitter Use at Conferences http://ff.im/-5NUKg #46DAC
  • RT @kathyschmidt: CEO panel, Aart: “Big change is only possible with support from above and necessity from below” http://mypict.me/eAk9
  • @ytrivedi Introduction to Open Virtual Platforms (OVP): http://bit.ly/GtblZ #46dac
  • @jlgray The interns inside it are typing as fast as they can! #46dac
  • RT @karpul: Management Tip: Decide What to Ignore – RT @HarvardBiz http://bit.ly/iYSwR
  • No, I won’t use ‘anfractuous’ in a sentence. http://bit.ly/11P8Xe
  • Getting to DAC: http://bit.ly/FWF2w #46DAC #snps
  • RT @CreativityBoost: RT @ShannaMoakler Never allow a person to tell you no who doesn’t have the power to say yes. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
  • RT @Scirocco6: Bacteria living deep in the earth (up to 1 mile down, 120C) have more biomass than all visible plants and animals: Venter
  • @vilabs_salesvp Here’s how the CIA allegedly dealt with piracy: http://bit.ly/HHuBU #46DAC I’m skeptical of the story, but it’s a fun idea.
  • “Those boys are stupid alright, but there must be an explanation of what happens, which makes no use of this fact.” http://bit.ly/PlTkS
  • Lincolns advanced views of the rights of labor: http://bit.ly/wqQH2
  • @samdecker Did they also compare with purchasing less of either? http://bit.ly/fMXgm
  • RT @ahier: US spends $650B more on #healthcare than expected – twice as much as on food http://bit.ly/TUaBr fascinating slides
  • @kyleplacy What’s your theory for why? The title sounds insulting to me. Maybe I’m just irony-impaired.
  • @kyleplacy I’m wondering who the people are that self-identify as “dummies”, and why you’d bother with them.
  • @kyleplacy Who buys books For Dummies and The Complete Idiots Guide to X? Why not books For Smelly Losers, too?
  • Best eats in SOMA: duck confit at Fringale http://bit.ly/J4qT
  • #46DAC
  • Blogging from #46DAC? Don’t forget to join the LinkedIn group for #EDA bloggers: http://bit.ly/t0zNC
  • Programming algae to pump out oil: http://digg.com/d3yZAZ #edge
  • @karenbartleson May help that @46DAC has started using #46DAC
  • RT @martybeckerman: I am never drinking again… for the 3rd time this year.
  • Grape-Nuts the food is only so-so, but “Grape-Nuts” the name is weird and wonderful. http://bit.ly/KZSny
  • @bradpiercephd According to Postum inventor, C.W.Post, coffee causes rheumatism and “coffee heart”. http://bit.ly/KZSny
  • @jlgray Hope you’re not thinking of reanimating Ananova! http://bit.ly/anNn5 #46DAC
  • @chrisgrayson Better explanation of lottery effect: http://bit.ly/LqTar #money #finance #edge
  • @AlexanderLaw Yes, insist on a prompt “down payment” towards completion of each assigned task, and your team is never stuck in neutral.
  • Monolayer molecular grafting: substitute for doping at nanometer scale: http://bit.ly/PC1L2 #eda
  • Ted Nelson on Toward a Deep Electronic Literature: The Generalization of Documents and Media. http://bit.ly/GQuYa
  • @MarvinTowler Complaints are an important natural resource. http://bit.ly/BgHRg
  • RT @jonathanmead: My guest post on FinerMinds: How to Make Achieving Your Goals INEVITABLE: http://is.gd/1MXu4 (via @vishen)
  • Why we still don’t believe in climate change. http://bit.ly/pQ59i
  • Is the global economy a Ponzi scheme? http://digg.com/d3lqC3
  • Clouds Appear to Be Big, Bad Player in Global Warming: http://bit.ly/6hlob
  • @marketingeda #Cadence will keep losing share (http://bit.ly/D3xTj). Smart engrs., but old mgmt. squandered legacy. #EDA
  • Drying laundry with the world’s fastest internet conection: http://www.thelocal.se/10810/20080331/
  • RT @ptrevino_2003: “How the Mighty Fall” http://bit.ly/QSCMK
  • Scrub, scrub, scrub at the stains in my cup, but pour the same dye past my heart.
  • “Time flies faster as we age . . . or so it seems”: http://bit.ly/v9280 #edge
  • RT @JasonCalacanis: At science class with top 20 smartest people on the planet… How did I get in?!?!
  • Quantum information processing with a solid-state device: http://digg.com/d3yJWQ
  • 1994 List of Net Resources for the #EDA User: http://bit.ly/Q6hco #snps
  • @grep Link isn’t working for me. This was the interview with Chi-Ping Hsu? http://bit.ly/42gkt #eda
  • iTulip’s Eric Janszen on “The Next Bubble”: http://digg.com/d3yWay
  • RT @TweetDiscovered: RT @bradpiercephd:RT @GuyKawasaki: Geek groupthink: How too much social networking … innovation: http://om.ly/?CEaR
  • RT @arpansen: http://bit.ly/g4x9K — Thoughts on the next version of the C++ standard by Stroustrup.
  • RT @GuyKawasaki: Geek groupthink: How too much social networking might hinder innovation: http://om.ly/?CEaR
  • 1994 List of Net Resources for the EDA User (http://bit.ly/Q6hco) @skmurphy
  • @karenbartleson Was reply to http://bit.ly/9Qje1, so @jlgray. But @harrytheASICguy, too, else would have vamoosed: http://bit.ly/7e8eA
  • @karenbartleson He’s got “thought leader” written all over him.
  • @karenbartleson Feasible to accrete initial draft as part of 1:1 MBO tracking?
  • @WhiteHotTruth Do you really know what you’re procrastinating on? http://bit.ly/YuihU
  • @WhiteHotTruth Does procrastination reveal our gifts? http://bit.ly/MNl5B
  • Free-range kids: http://bit.ly/FfrTm
  • #46DAC, meet #1DAC. http://bit.ly/Xc27k #eda
  • Software Engineering: An Idea Whose Time Has Come and Gone? http://bit.ly/pRrkd
  • Biodiversity? Conservation? Not issues on the mighty Planet Economist. http://bit.ly/7B5DS
  • @bfuller9 A hardware description “language” isn’t. Real languages are as unruly as the evolution of species — or beat SC week.
  • From Fifth Avenue to Main Street, alloy steels have changed the driving habits of America. http://bit.ly/Q0L2I
  • Look at yourself as a point in the distribution. http://bit.ly/17EjJx
  • That old poisoner Wagner, and why art matters. http://bit.ly/zr0pq
  • Does a career need to be continuous and linear? http://bit.ly/EQIHh
  • The bridge personality: a key to success for multidisciplinary projects http://bit.ly/LeOFp
  • @unmarketing The power of positive action. “Move your ass and your mind will follow. http://bit.ly/3tW66v
  • Work harder at working smarter.
  • Will the cool kids still tweet about #47DAC? #48DAC?
  • @charliecookmfs Any activity that is not profitable is only a distraction?
  • Recirculation draft for SystemVerilog 2009 expected to be completed by July 28. Then time for second, and probably final, ballot. #SVA
  • @WhiteHotTruth Yes, some days, though not nearly so many anymore, I’m madly in hate with myself. At root, a delusion of grandeur?
  • Macroscopic quantum experiments: http://digg.com/d3y602
  • “New experiments show how ant colonies don’t fall prey to irrational choices as humans sometimes do”: http://digg.com/d3yEXa
  • Programmable analog chips: Suddenly hot, but what’s the best design method? http://bit.ly/YTyv7 #EDA
  • @marketingeda Reminds me of Snoopy on his Sopwith Camel. “Curse you, Red Baron!” http://bit.ly/lZdZT #EDA #46DAC Ain’t gonna happen.
  • System prototyping: http://bit.ly/BlBdM #EDA #snps
  • “Synthesis gets interesting”: http://bit.ly/q1TqN #EDA #46DAC
  • I joined “EDA Bloggers” group on LinkedIn. http://bit.ly/t0zNC
  • @danschawbel Once you build a personal brand, are you stuck with it forever, like a brand on your hide, or can it be undone?
  • Doing what you must to get what you want. http://bit.ly/8ndat
  • @harrytheASICguy Moon landings, solar eclipses? Boring. Obscure VMM functions? Riveting!
  • $psprintf didn’t make it into the SystemVerilog 2009 standard, but it’s far from ‘dead’ http://bit.ly/mX68r
  • ‘edge clk’, new event control syntax in SystemVerilog 2009, but just abbreviation for ‘posedge clk or negedge clk’ http://bit.ly/W6RVj
  • @MartinRoll It’s just a predictable shadow. Why so many expressions of awe about a giant cuckoo clock?
  • If you got to know a new person each day of your life, and they bought tickets to Wrigley Field for the same day, … http://bit.ly/uvG2q
  • “innovEDAtion” (pronounced “inno-vee-dee-ation”): any “game changers” on the horizon? #EDA #46DAC
  • Moon landing. What a yawn. OK, difficult, expensive, daring, whatever … I guess you just had to be there.
  • “True compassion is more than flinging a coin to a beggar.” MLK http://bit.ly/GDCE1
  • @karenbartleson Even a restraining order is a response. 🙂 But yes, Synopsys is a great place to work.
  • @RobMcNealy <a href=”http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/07/http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/07/<a href=”http://twitter.com/bradpiercephd/status/09071611324″ title=”Link to original tweet of 7.htm
  • Fasting and jet lag: http://bit.ly/1KAueG
  • Nerve Cells and Glial Cells: Redefining the Foundation of Intelligence http://bit.ly/h1jPh
  • @bfuller9 Not so. http://bit.ly/11I43T
  • @diamondsf Uninterrupted time is what counts. http://bit.ly/KhRl4
  • @edwardewilson Yes, this is Twitter, full of persuasion. But your claim seemed to be that all communication is persuasion.
  • Average American weight has increased 18 lbs (8 kg) since late 1970s. http://bit.ly/1QVL4z
  • @edwardewilson They’re not of sound mind. Self-defense could be a source of examples.
  • @edwardewilson Would it help or harm to wipe away a new widow’s grief?
  • @edwardewilson “Is any communication not an attempt at persuasion?” I don’t understand what you mean.
  • @edwardewilson The ends justify the means? And what if your target disagrees with you about what is harm and what is help?
  • RT @arpansen: Algorithm Design Manual by Skiena (Springer) is a brilliant book. Such a nice read — makes data structures look so alive!
  • RT @TweetDiscovered: The Potato as Disruptive Innovation http://bit.ly/YjHqI
  • “Get smarter: harnessing technology and pharmacology to boost our intelligence” http://bit.ly/dkqqo
  • “Persuasion works best when it’s invisible.” That is to say, when it’s unethical. http://digg.com/d1xDfq
  • Why does the force of envy decay with social distance? http://bit.ly/vxOxK
  • Biochar — the carbon negative topsoil doctor http://bit.ly/8wrly
  • Soil map for African farmers: http://bit.ly/3soKu2 First stage of http://globalsoilmap.net/
  • US gov spends 14 times more on nuclear weapons ($50+ billion!) than on energy research. http://bit.ly/aDNiS
  • @FQXi “String theory — more than just a ‘theory of everything'”.
  • @johnperrybarlow When cruelty and slaughter is on the menu, one excuse is as good as another. http://bit.ly/2MPgsX
  • @shiv53 Leyton in “Symmetry, Causality & Mind” argued that causal explanation is a primary drive. Review: http://bit.ly/Jyf8z
  • “Why one guy is quitting social media”: http://bit.ly/1azZSR
  • Much published physics can’t be found in arXiv: http://is.gd/1AWLn (via @AIP_Publishing)
  • @designsojourn http://bit.ly/2Kowp9
  • DNA Not The Same In Every Cell Of Body: Major Genetic Differences Between Blood And Tissue Cells Revealed: http://digg.com/d1x6PG
  • What went wrong with economics: http://bit.ly/18V2Qy
  • Emotion detectors: http://bit.ly/KQbAQ
  • A self worth having: http://bit.ly/r9GU6
  • @jlgray Good info. What would you most want from a web site that can’t be found in LRM?
  • @jlgray Sad, why? #eda
  • Why you are unlikely to write much explicitly parallel code. http://bit.ly/qmmq4
  • “optimizing for many-core […] wont even require a recompile” http://bit.ly/62O4L
  • A digital circuit element that “only works properly when the noise level is sufficiently high”. http://bit.ly/sM0Iq
  • Why art matters, and how literature professors could, too. http://bit.ly/nq5el
  • The career importance of speaking up: http://bit.ly/17GtqL
  • RT @jenjarratt: #APF How do we value the pain we are causing future generations? At a high rate or a low rate? Aguilar-Millan
  • The kawaii factor: http://bit.ly/JOSUg
  • RT @wired: Tiger moths using ultrasonic pulses to jam bats’ sonar. http://is.gd/1Ci74
  • “The big and tall don’t win ’em all” http://bit.ly/NkRx8
  • “anxiety prompts the release of a chemical that bypasses conscious experience” http://bit.ly/CrO7J
  • “Life is where its supposed to be for me I suppose. how about you?
  • To buy something is to throw it away. http://bit.ly/4QoC6
  • “What we’d gain if we built things to last.” http://digg.com/d1wif5
  • “large areas of currently desertified land could be transformed into productive rangeland” http://bit.ly/uTgAb
  • RT @timoreilly: Mysterious, Glowing Clouds Appear Across Americas Night Skies – a climate change artifact? http://bit.ly/Scbjd
  • RT @dftdigest: Guest post on DFT Digest – “DAC and Test Not So Far Apart”, by Yervant Zorian – http://twurl.nl/o23sky #46DAC
  • RT @guardianscience: The bigger they get, the faster they go the rise of the ‘superhuman’ athletes http://bit.ly/1aoXmJ
  • Tyler Cowen on autism and the university: http://chronicle.com/free/v55/i41/41cowenautism.htm
  • @ThomScott “start spending more time on the few activities that can really make a difference in your life” http://bit.ly/tu0a3
  • @ThomScott “Amount of time spent on a project is not what counts: its the amount of uninterrupted time.” http://bit.ly/ZER4j
  • @ThomScott Sounds like a permanent, unwinnable civil war. http://bit.ly/85NFq
  • @MarketingProfs A good voice mail system beats a bad call center. Customers need an effective response, not just any response.
  • @MarketingProfs Dont u? I oftn ignore a ringing phn, e.g., when I’m alrdy in a conversation or concentrating. #summersocial
  • RT @OPNmagazine: RT @AIP_Publishing — Fast random numbers from semiconductor lasers — http://is.gd/1qaOc
  • @aaker The comfort zone is the no learning zone. http://bit.ly/avurs Do you have enough weirdos in your network? http://bit.ly/ZYWv8
  • Will you be attending Silicon Valley Code Camp? http://bit.ly/bYujJ First I’ve heard of it. “Free, but space limited.
  • @MichaelRDimock Whole Foods is not a community garden. Mine sells ostrich eggs for $39.99. I don’t buy them or the “food miles” story.
  • @plantpixie “I have discovered a truly marvelous proof of this, which this margin is too narrow to contain.” P.Fermat
  • Visual Effects – Behind the Scenes: New in Computing Now http://bit.ly/Kk9Bi
  • Robots, you’re hired! http://bit.ly/18zbfT
  • @karenbartleson Did it involve pummeling? I’m hoping it involved some serious pummeling. http://bit.ly/UqdZm
  • RT @UCLAnewsroom: Vitamin D and a chemical in curry show promise for removing the brain plaques tied to Alzheimer’s. http://bit.ly/Zm67m
  • @Indianawinebabe Probably not a coincidence that the 1 tweet of support is from a fellow Hoosier. (Happily transplanted to Silicon Valley.)
  • @dennisbrophy http://bit.ly/2wToto seems to be cribbing from a paper by Stu http://bit.ly/Bs118 BTW, more like Java than C++?
  • RT @dave_59: is wondering how ppl expect the world 2 survive when they choose 2 live in a place whr it 105 degrees at nite & set their AC
  • @UrbanMonk Karma is a “noble” lie. http://bit.ly/UFCtp
  • @WholeFoods ‘food miles’ is just a distracting marketing fad http://bit.ly/1fuBRc
  • @skmurphy “What I cannot create, I do not understand.” R. Feynman http://bit.ly/i39f7
  • Automating I will know it when I see it. http://bit.ly/QxBEx
  • “Learning is suffering … the philosophy behind PDCA” http://bit.ly/9bCXO
  • Pez says: Mr. Doss, melt down that snowman! http://bit.ly/bhSfq
  • @martybeckerman For Glenn Beck, ignorance pays http://bit.ly/Jgg3m
  • “decide at the outset whether you are trying to make money or to make sense, as they are mutually exclusive” B.Fuller http://bit.ly/bhSrD
  • RT @guardianscience: Calorie restriction may weaken the immune system http://tinyurl.com/lx9fvt
  • RT @guardianscience: Baby genius videos make money, not sense: http://is.gd/1yEnV
  • @dennisbrophy Similar to Drucker, “it is the non-customer where important changes always start first”. http://bit.ly/3pYRw
  • @karenbartleson If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em? Resistance is futile? Changing one’s mind is a sign of intelligence.
  • Why we haven’t segued into the Segway http://digg.com/d1wcER
  • @GeoffLiving So would the people I know. But what about the people we don’t know, oil barons, Rupert Murdoch, …? http://bit.ly/n1NVw
  • @chrisbrogan Whenever wed get stuck, wed remember how Walt did it on that night. http://bit.ly/eQNFD
  • @GeoffLiving If it were making a difference, would they be letting you do it? http://bit.ly/GBgNB
  • RT @glennsteve: Wal-Mart is introducing a new Sustainability Index for all products they carry. http://bit.ly/jea3e
  • RT @danschawbel: Email: The First and Largest Social Network http://bit.ly/2moHtv
  • “something happened to our brains that allowed us to become master cooperators” http://bit.ly/c9kkO
  • @GuyKawasaki Is there a market for cooling blankets, either electrical or piping in chilled water? http://bit.ly/8ha31
  • Phononics: using Heat to process information http://bit.ly/SLZ7W
  • How to podcast with #YouTube http://bit.ly/hH6tF
  • @dave_59 Good question, don’t know, but #youtube is major new drain http://bit.ly/rdUGm & it’s a radio, too. http://bit.ly/HsIg5
  • Teens watch about 6 1/2 hours of video on a mobile phone per month http://bit.ly/hvTkV
  • RT @shel: Restricting the ability to link to open Web content. http://tinyurl.com/lsjnca
  • @avinashkaushik Get into your discomfort zone. http://bit.ly/cSnwf
  • #EDA bloggers 2009 http://bit.ly/QW6lz
  • the Changing Media Landscape for #EDA http://bit.ly/1FhYIV
  • RT @karenbartleson: Online SystemVerilog tutorial is now available from @IEEESA. http://bit.ly/nOBzV #eda
  • RT @guardianscience: The Manchester Report: 20 ideas for solving the climate crisis http://tinyurl.com/mefn7w
  • Most Americans would increase US foreign aid by a factor of 5 or 10? http://bit.ly/RFM1C
  • Average American watches 5 hours of TV per day http://bit.ly/hT6wO
  • “tasteful is bland” http://ow.ly/h6D6 via @MartinRoll #brandleader
  • “application-software is surely a very important and large use case for virtual platforms” http://bit.ly/C0oJk #eda
  • Flexible memristor chips http://bit.ly/88ipT
  • @chrisbrogan Regarding the Biblical ‘Satan’ http://bit.ly/kuprT
  • @davidharkleroad “members of Milpitas’ fire union grossed an average of $137,250 in 2008”, will get %9 pay raise over 3 years
  • @reese It can be a delight, like a mind meld. Ugly code? Well, that’s a different story. http://bit.ly/4biVBr
  • @martybeckerman “a twisted mythology exists that links creativity and the consumption of drugs and alcohol” http://bit.ly/nXUDN
  • @davidharkleroad 6 million ppl in US “still has a beeper”, & most cant “turn off”. 1 reason: http://bit.ly/3G7u1B
  • @grahambunting That depends on one’s definition of ‘up’.
  • @tedrubin I feel it, too. Maybe we are aquatic apes. http://bit.ly/A2QVE Another data point: http://digg.com/d1g0k3
  • First multicellular animals maybe evolved 850 million years ago, ice ages the response. http://bit.ly/TISXo
  • @Cerebyte: “Why don’t people like to plan?” Some people. Others live to plan. ‘perceiving’ vs. ‘judging’ in MBTI pseudoscience.
  • Saturday morning doorbell, Milpitas sun and registered mail, a little box from Shau Kei Wan tied with pale purple ribbon.
  • Stay close to the noncustomer http://bit.ly/3pYRw
  • It starts with sand. High-res images from Intel show the process step-by-step. http://digg.com/d1wGaQ
  • Lincoln and Macbeth, “allowing its imagery to saturate his mind and penetrate his dreams”. http://bit.ly/S63go
  • “Most Americans don’t believe humans responsible for climate change” http://bit.ly/3ea3IA Some misleaders: http://bit.ly/DJenw
  • Best mission statement ever http://bit.ly/19B6g6
  • @missjessrose Yes, like a well-turned phrase, every great design is the template for a cliche and the accidental temple to a lie.
  • Normality is a treatable condition. http://bit.ly/OqjI6
  • Positive moods improve creativity and creative thoughts improve moods. http://bit.ly/11wnZu
  • An efficiency problem is often a priorities problem in disguise. http://bit.ly/134NIM
  • “A380-themed restaurant in Taiwan; serving you with, of course, nothing but the best of in-flight food.” http://bit.ly/qrMs8
  • @GuyKawasaki Bold happy love can power change.
  • A key to happiness is doing what you dont enjoy. http://bit.ly/2KN5Uy
  • The mathematical secret of beautiful design? http://bit.ly/BEZLp
  • 40% to 50% of all US food ready for harvest never gets eaten http://bit.ly/1Jk5on
  • Truth is a niche market http://bit.ly/C6dZI
  • Nature vs. Nurture: a sterile old debate http://digg.com/d1nTnq
  • @GuyKawasaki Clever http://bit.ly/lx8yh
  • @harrytheASICguy Medicaid will “no longer reimburse hospitals for the expense of treating the infections” http://bit.ly/uBIyl
  • “cricket is the only sport I have played where I have been carried from the field unconscious” http://bit.ly/1rnVy9
  • @martybeckerman Googled “getting in touch with your inner sociopath”, got 100+ search results. http://bit.ly/VHgGG
  • @karenbartleson Always with the standards! 🙂 OK, it’ll be our own “Jachin” handshake. #EDA http://bit.ly/oxow5
  • Serious conversations at DAC 2009 http://bit.ly/10JLdb
  • RT @stephenwolfram: Designing the Brick Wall of the Future http://bit.ly/17QvWK
  • @unmarketing The feeling without the fact would be a magic act, and all but the neediest would soon seen through it.
  • Practice only makes perfect if you’re paying attention. http://bit.ly/MD6QC
  • @unmarketing Ensure that they feel they matter, or ensure that they matter?
  • @johnperrybarlow Reminds me of “Horton Hears a Who”, but that was apparently an allegory for Japan (?) http://bit.ly/3MObSU #iranelection
  • @GuyKawasaki LinkedIn: gambling and soap operas?
  • RT @wendypedia: Douglas Osheroff built “a 100,000-volt X-ray machine as a teenager” http://bit.ly/ThQIU
  • Sean Murphy on “Priorities Trump Productivity” http://bit.ly/19dSuL
  • Vivid details of a completely different kind of life http://bit.ly/n1NVw
  • Civilization is the limitless multiplication of unnecessary necessities. – Mark Twain – http://bit.ly/16ZDKi
  • “art’s creative potential to explore, embody and inspire the optimism of an experimental age.” http://digg.com/d1wBbz
  • @grahambunting A podcast interview with David Meerman Scott http://blogs.bnet.com/intercom/?p=463
  • The “seasteader” subculture http://digg.com/d1wBX0
  • “Arctic Ocean’s permanent blanket of ice around the North Pole has thinned by more than 40% since 2004.” http://digg.com/d1w3fQ
  • Immunosuppressant rapamycin slows aging http://bit.ly/4mQF6L
  • @jonathanmead The wheel of life spins even a “chainless Mind”, social obligation is stickier than gorilla glue, but … http://bit.ly/fZloH
  • @jonathanmead Like a personal “leitmotif”? Your question reminds me of On Kawara. http://bit.ly/Rqwj8
  • “ESL Methodology has become main-stream … the changes are coming fast and furious” http://digg.com/d1jnWO
  • @grahambunting A voice behind a gun “Your money or your life”, I exchange money, no sale.
  • @grahambunting In the absence of coercion.
  • @grahambunting Don’t understand “Nothing happens until something is sold”, please elaborate?
  • We prefer advice from a confident source, even if the source has given us lousy advice in the past. http://bit.ly/137BiC
  • How to simulate a neuron day in a second: http://bit.ly/1a6zPu
  • “How to connect your SystemC reference model to your verification framework” http://bit.ly/1FoFYS
  • “Observing others’ self-Control can sap your own” http://digg.com/d1vxMP
  • “thinking about which language to choose to verify your design, step back and think about the methodology first” http://bit.ly/WREDU
  • @GuyKawasaki Is a Twitter trance a ‘twance’ or a ‘twrance’?
  • In cockroaches “the negative effects of poor juvenile nutrition[can’t] be overcome by a good adult diet”. http://bit.ly/P8lfl
  • In human brains that meditate daily the regions that regulate emotion are significantly larger. http://digg.com/d1vrlU
  • “Generalisation of the fractal Einstein law relating conduction and diffusion on networks” http://digg.com/d1vuKz http://bit.ly/34nFz3
  • @karenbartleson Is that like a Pez dispenser for thinklets? 🙂 http://bit.ly/87zbg Well deserved.
  • “EEs, vendors search for their voice, and answers, in social media” http://digg.com/d1w0ci
  • @dave_59 Sprained your ankle moonwalking?
  • “with its Hellenistic sense of human existence, [Oxford provided] high-sounding rationales for upper-class frivolity.” http://bit.ly/10v5Jz
  • Who are EDA’s top bloggers? Ask a singer/songwriter. http://bit.ly/tcKT2
  • “Armstrong firmly recommends silence, having written at least 15 books on the topic.” http://bit.ly/1auQxf
  • Experimental demonstration of associative memory with memristive neural networks http://bit.ly/bg0DR
  • Cortical computing with memristive nanodevices http://digg.com/d1vxHV
  • Interview with Stanley WIlliams, about memristors and nanoscience http://bit.ly/78VBG
  • RT @CynthiaDuVal: Artists & aesthetic research … an expanded role in innovation discovery programs in the near future http://bit.ly/75Oha
  • Defeating the Peter Principle with randomization http://digg.com/d1vtSD
  • RT @RobMcNealy: RT @JonMotivates “Holding on to anger is like drinking poison over time and expecting it to make the other person sick.
  • “Memcapacitors may be even more useful than memristors” http://bit.ly/oKXUu
  • RT @UCLAnewsroom: Embryonic stem cells, reprogrammed skin cells have inherent differences http://bit.ly/qbYeB
  • First and second sleep, and a forgotten state of consciousness http://bit.ly/v7o0P
  • @wesunruh Good point. Unfollowed.
  • @RobMcNealy “Translated into political terms, Yeatss tendency is Fascist.” — George Orwell http://bit.ly/WHjz0
  • “Whats the most important problem in your field?” http://bit.ly/AYM1P “Why arent you working on it?
  • @jonathanmead Find new and better ways to make yourself feel good.
  • RT @jonathanmead: RT: @gapingvoid: New blog post. On becoming “Unblocked”: http://bit.ly/5Ne66 #EvilPlans
  • “Long working hours may raise the risk of mental decline and possibly dementia” http://bit.ly/6u5s2
  • If the average person in the room isnt smarter than you, youre in the wrong room. http://bit.ly/UZEFt
  • @harrytheASICguy No, I think US business should stop with the H1B indentures and issue green cards NOW. 5-10 years is an abusive racket.
  • “If the first benefit of immigration is importing talent, the second is that of importing ‘hunger.’ ” http://bit.ly/VR6kb
  • @timoreilly Yet most economists would still agree that the best measure of the health of an economy is growth! http://bit.ly/4QoC6 #aif09
  • RT @timoreilly: RT @hirshberg: Climate change is a ponzi scheme and this generation is the last one that’s gonna get a payoff- Saul Griffith
  • RT @GuyKawasaki: Postcard from July 4, 1905 http://om.ly/?jyn via http://om.ly/?jyo NC
  • @twitbroom ItzelGarrisontr is a spammer
  • @timoreilly Aim higher than Strunk and White http://bit.ly/rDrBR #TwitterBook
  • Tune into the genius channel 24/7. http://bit.ly/JwL4O Dont touch that dial.
  • But when you get a blueberry in the same bite as a pepperoni, it just makes you want to throw up. Depraved. http://bit.ly/QIY10
  • Climate change denialism http://bit.ly/DJenw
  • The elusive weasel ball http://bit.ly/YTMhN
  • @jonathanmead self-in-control http://bit.ly/85NFq
  • RT @newscientist: Meadows of the sea in ‘shocking’ decline http://digg.com/d1vcfY
  • @jonathanmead Such as http://bit.ly/E7VgG “Stop following your dreams”?
  • @jonathanmead Nope, never heard of it http://bit.ly/KAOsv
  • The 0-1-2 effect http://bit.ly/Tghly a successful innovator must convince early adopters to be visible about it, authentic social proof
  • @jonathanmead That’s like saying there’s too much fruit ripening on your trees, or too much new wine laid down in your cellar
  • Dont write your to-do list at the start of the day, write it at the end of day. http://bit.ly/vn5jg
  • “A dreamer … sees the dawn before the rest of the world.” http://bit.ly/4ia1D2
  • @wendypedia Good one! http://is.gd/1lwRq The narrative really drew me in, asking what’s going on here?!
  • @karenbartleson I voted for Karen #snps
  • RT @harrytheASICguy: RT @dltweeting EDA All-Stars Poll now open http://tinyurl.com/ccmoun #46DAC
  • Jumping the High-Level Verification Hurdle with Limor Fix at DAC http://bit.ly/397D6N #sv #dac #systemverilog
  • @jonathanmead http://bit.ly/cy9Xr
  • RT @TweetDiscovered: Yet Another Study Finds Patents Do Not Encourage Innovation … http://tinyurl.com/nzvbah
  • @martybeckerman Marty, Bubbles is exactly the same age as you.
  • RT @newscientist: Sea level rise: It’s worse than we thought http://bit.ly/4Dcfb
  • “Nearly a century of Washingtons efforts to promote homeownership has produced one calamity after another. ” http://digg.com/d1qiHx
  • “Rethinking rent: Maybe we should stop trying to be a nation of homeowners” http://digg.com/d1s2xD
  • “Energy efficiency is not just low-hanging fruit; it is fruit that is lying on the ground.” http://digg.com/d1t2Wk
  • “the individual processes that we can measure: evaporation from the ocean, the formation of a cloud” http://digg.com/d1vMV1 #Gavin Schmidt
  • “Are IEEE-1500-Compliant Cores Really Compliant to the Standard? ” http://bit.ly/E0afI
  • SystemVerilog 2009 “Final list of issues for WG approval!” http://bit.ly/Kljv
  • #sv
  • @wendypedia See also http://bit.ly/gSe6u
  • @karenbartleson Try this tactic http://bit.ly/KhRl4
  • The laziest people are busy bees? http://bit.ly/KqEiO
  • RT @mikeyoung Sweat is sweet for the old noggin http://is.gd/1ju2m
  • Virtual transmissions and the next-generation electric motor http://digg.com/d1iq9l
  • “Discipline is doing what you must to get what you want.” Maybe. http://bit.ly/8ndat
  • “six microbial behaviours that you could almost call intelligent” http://digg.com/d1vH4R
  • Wetware — living cells are chemical computers http://digg.com/d1vFj4
  • @dave_59 Yes, good to “anchor new concepts to existing concepts”. Minor quibble, the SV LRM is not “over 1400 pages long”.
  • “Thinking the guy up ahead knows what hes doing is the most dangerous religion there is.” http://bit.ly/LaA7e
  • @karenbartleson Congratulations! What’s your #1 tip for a happy marriage?
  • Final sv-champions http://bit.ly/47kTej meeting for 2009 completed. Recirculation pre-draft scheduled for mid-July. http://bit.ly/Xis0z #SV
  • “even flukes of grammar can profoundly affect how we see the world” http://digg.com/d1txXf
  • The other climate change empathy deficit http://bit.ly/Nw71f
  • Two-thirds of the energy used by the electrical generation and distribution system never reaches the end user. http://bit.ly/2QiXc
  • @grahambunting Please, don’t take a seat http://bit.ly/2DTZ4P
  • @fineparadox But only for the fortunate few. <a href=”http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/12/http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/12/<a href=”http://twitter.com/bradpiercephd/status/08120510013″ title=”Link to original tweet of 7.htm
  • “How can I do what I care about?” http://bit.ly/9NB10 http://bit.ly/xmpb3
  • What if time really exists? http://fqxi.org/community/forum/topic/318
  • Bad guy history http://bit.ly/VGVzU
  • Fast forward http://bit.ly/QN0Pg
  • Neural mechanisms of time perception http://digg.com/d1v37l
  • Sanford is free to go, because little guy rules don’t apply to him. http://bit.ly/2yGMm
  • “Lincoln fought … depression all his life … it gave him the tools to save the nation” http://digg.com/d1HhbY
  • Each of us contains multiple selves. The neuroscience of identity. … http://digg.com/d1bsXA
  • What makes us happy? According to the Vaillant study … http://digg.com/d1qzld
  • Mr. Lincoln in the pit with a broadsword http://bit.ly/1Ov6vP
  • Psst. SystemVerilog “secrets” http://bit.ly/oJig (BTW SystemVerilog is one word, not two, http://bit.ly/6PLQJ)
  • Tiempo async synthesis startup completes second round, Eu5 million, http://bit.ly/1VJBXV
  • @heavypush Heavy push? http://bit.ly/NfoLH
  • Difference between System C and SystemVerilog http://bit.ly/xingN
  • SystemVerilog 2012 http://bit.ly/d138l
  • @skmurphy A self-supporting nonprofit cannot change anything on a sustained basis? Why is increasing the wealth of investors so key?
  • What are you not doing? http://bit.ly/YuihU
  • Bill Buckley “was very good at discussing books he had not read”. http://bit.ly/nBPNh
  • Are phoners more emotionally involved when using left ear? http://bit.ly/5HSaM
  • RT @fineparadox Transformer 2 reviews. Ouch http://bit.ly/11YHig
  • “Faith in a higher power to redeem suffering … imagination that works against our humanity.” http://bit.ly/3PNvLX
  • @martybeckerman “Choose reality.” http://www.choose-reality.org/real/faq
  • “Great concept: a walking book club!” http://bit.ly/Ya8Z9
  • @jasons If I wrote it, you can quote it.
  • Which Bluetooth headset for mobile has microphone with clearest voice quality? Dual-mic a help?
  • @jasons Why custom WordPress themes when so many are available for free on WordPress? Please link to example of theme worth extra $$?
  • “An innovation is a transformation of practice in a community. It is not the same as the invention of a new idea or object.” Peter Denning
  • @erikorganic Have you thought of selling Erasmus Darwin dining tables? http://bit.ly/15bf1b
  • Bucky Fuller would have loved Twitter. http://bit.ly/LjtGO
  • Is he the most dangerous mind on the Internet? http://bit.ly/tL5A
  • @Brad_Pierce On Feb. 8, 2013, it won’t really be “chicken”.
  • “People will argue for their weaknesses and guard them like a highly prized possession.” Graham Bunting http://ff.im/-4focU
  • Ants and cockroaches keep you honest. They are relentless, unappeasable, compulsive-obsessive little health inspectors on the job 24/7.
  • Thinking, working, blogging. https://bradpierce.wordpress.com
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    1. Regarding “madly in hate with myself”, supposedly according to Mahatma Gandhi

      Hate the sin, love the sinner.

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