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  1. Comment on Huge trip hop playlist on youtube in ~music

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    I saw this posted on reddit a short while back so thought I'd post it here. Just over 600 tracks including artists like Portishead, UNKLE, Red Snapper, DJ Shadow etc

    I saw this posted on reddit a short while back so thought I'd post it here. Just over 600 tracks including artists like Portishead, UNKLE, Red Snapper, DJ Shadow etc

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  2. Comment on Data Propria, run by Cambridge Analytica alumni, working on Trump 2020 campaign in ~news

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    I found this pretty interesting No mention of any Ukrainian honeypots so I guess they've gone legit now...

    I found this pretty interesting

    CloudCommerce, Inc. (OTCQB: CLWD), a leading provider of data-driven marketing solutions, today announced it has launched Data Propria, Inc., a data and behavioral science company focused on aligning companies with the right audience, with the right message, and at the right time to produce a measurable behavioral change and increase revenue.

    No mention of any Ukrainian honeypots so I guess they've gone legit now...

    5 votes
  3. Comment on What are some of the lesser known upcoming games that you're excited about? in ~games

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    We can wish.....I'm still waiting for Left4dead 3

    We can wish.....I'm still waiting for Left4dead 3

  4. Comment on What are the most influential books to you? in ~books

  5. Comment on Judge orders former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort to be jailed on witness tampering charges in ~news

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    Trump's response: Lock him up...lock him up ;)

    Trump's response:

    Wow, what a tough sentence for Paul Manafort, who has represented Ronald Reagan, Bob Dole and many other top political people and campaigns. Didn’t know Manafort was the head of the Mob. What about Comey and Crooked Hillary and all of the others? Very unfair!

    Lock him up...lock him up ;)

    1 vote
  6. Comment on Searching entry-level linux laptop recommendation in ~comp

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    Ahh good point, my brain skipped past the entry level part. It's a shame they charge so much as I think they would be a lot more popular if they were affordable.

    Ahh good point, my brain skipped past the entry level part. It's a shame they charge so much as I think they would be a lot more popular if they were affordable.

  7. Comment on Searching entry-level linux laptop recommendation in ~comp

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    If you can afford it and you're more security minded, you might be interested in a Purism laptop

    If you can afford it and you're more security minded, you might be interested in a Purism laptop

  8. Comment on What are some of the lesser known upcoming games that you're excited about? in ~games

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    One game I am looking forward to is Atomic Heart, it's a Bioshock/Metro/Fallout FPS based in Russia. If the gameplay is anything like the youtube video I'll be buying it as soon as it's released....

    One game I am looking forward to is Atomic Heart, it's a Bioshock/Metro/Fallout FPS based in Russia. If the gameplay is anything like the youtube video I'll be buying it as soon as it's released.

    Youtube
    Steam

    6 votes
  9. Comment on It needs to become clearer what Tildes is about and how it differs from Reddit. Im part of the problem. in ~tildes

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    Random thought, you could use gild as a replacement for vote. to coat with gold, gold leaf, or a gold-colored substance. to give a bright, pleasing, or specious aspect to. an organization of...

    Random thought, you could use gild as a replacement for vote.

    verb (used with object), gild·ed or gilt, gild·ing.

    • to coat with gold, gold leaf, or a gold-colored substance.
    • to give a bright, pleasing, or specious aspect to.

    noun

    • an organization of persons with related interests, goals, etc., especially one formed for mutual aid or protection.
    • any of various medieval associations, as of merchants or artisans, organized to maintain standards and to protect the interests of its members, and that sometimes constituted a local governing body.
  10. Comment on What have you been listening to this week? in ~music

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    They've got a live album that's also pretty cool

    This week I listened to Digable Planets - Blowout Comb

    They've got a live album that's also pretty cool

    3 votes
  11. Comment on Inventor says Google is patenting work he put in the public domain in ~tech

  12. Comment on Fallout 76: Entirely Online in ~games

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    Ahh I assumed Fallout 76 was the next in the series, good to know I'll be able to get my Fallout fix some time in the future. Yeah I'm a massive fan of the Wasteland games, you might want to check...

    Ahh I assumed Fallout 76 was the next in the series, good to know I'll be able to get my Fallout fix some time in the future. Yeah I'm a massive fan of the Wasteland games, you might want to check out ATOM RPG

    1 vote
  13. Comment on The efficiency myth in ~misc

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    My personal preference would be to have several better paid working jobs though I suppose I'm a bit biased as I've mainly worked non-skilled jobs in the past.

    My personal preference would be to have several better paid working jobs though I suppose I'm a bit biased as I've mainly worked non-skilled jobs in the past.

  14. Comment on Fallout 76: Entirely Online in ~games

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    Yeah I'm pretty disappointed it's not a true single player game, ideally they would have released a separate Fallout 'online' and kept the main game as it is. The lack of VATS and the over...

    Yeah I'm pretty disappointed it's not a true single player game, ideally they would have released a separate Fallout 'online' and kept the main game as it is. The lack of VATS and the over emphasis of base building is also a big turn off for me, think I'll just wait for Wasteland 3.

    3 votes
  15. Comment on The efficiency myth in ~misc

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    As illustrated by the current Sainsbury boss Mike Coupe getting a £1.1 million pay rise whilst stripping staff of employee benefits, such as paid breaks and bonus.

    One area where the private sector does manage to be efficient is in reducing labour costs and shedding jobs.

    As illustrated by the current Sainsbury boss Mike Coupe getting a £1.1 million pay rise whilst stripping staff of employee benefits, such as paid breaks and bonus.

    4 votes