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The Isotta-Fraschini turns off Brobnson and pulls up in front of the main gates. For the moment, nothing happens; but MAX , it emerges, is engaged in important business, staring fixedly into the rear view mirror.

MAX: If you will pardon me, Madame, the shadow over the left eye is not quite balanced.

SARAH: Thank you, Max.

1 year, 7 months ago on PandoMonthly Los Angeles with NastyGal’s Sophia Amoruso, the full interview

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1 year, 8 months ago on Art.sy and the peril of using international domains

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@jim_shook jim, i agree. i doubt a fold-out pattern for a skin-suit, a coupon for body lotion and a link to an instructional video on how to breed moths would make harris' silence of the lambs a better book :/

1 year, 9 months ago on The book as we know it is dead

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 @surrenderdagny when will steve buscemi finally agree to play ayn rand in a biopic?

2 years, 1 month ago on What’s Still Holding Back a Small Business Software Revolution

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i love these illustrations - best hire at pando ever!

2 years, 1 month ago on What’s Still Holding Back a Small Business Software Revolution

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i want the stuffed dog. i'll hollow it out, put some disks in it and use it as a network-attached storage. how much?

2 years, 1 month ago on Internet to PandoDaily: Sorry, We Don’t Want the Stuff in Your Garage

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chuckle, great read. and yes, aaron sorkin's movie was ridiculous, yet the pretentious-douchebag-part about sean parker was spot on.

2 years, 1 month ago on Facebook Doesn’t Need a New CEO, Reuters Needs a New Technology Writer

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is it because you need the clicks, why you post 5 mini articles extracted from one interview, or do people really prefer these hors d'oeuvres to the full length video?

2 years, 2 months ago on Elon Musk on the Launch of SpaceX

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“A lot of people in big data are very hellbent on the idea that we just need tools to find insight, and once we find that insight we’ll make billions of dollars,” he says.

 

well the tools aren't there. today's algorithms and A.I. are as dumb as an opossum. when i watched the trailer for 'the american' the next video youtube suggested was: 'the human centipede' WTF? when my male coworker bought a technology book on machine embroidery, amazon suggested he should also buy 'sewing lingerie that fits' ...uuuhm, okay.

2 years, 2 months ago on The Future of Big Data: Hadoop’s Heavy Hammer or the Sharp Scalpel of the Verticals?

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no matter how good the track pad on a mac is, every time someone wants to show me something on his laptop, clicking through the files and folder at a turtle's speed, i watch and wait in agony and feel the urge to strangle them for not using a mouse.

2 years, 2 months ago on Why Does Every PC Notebook’s Trackpad Suck? (Or Why Microsoft Is Building its Own Hardware)

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