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@nathanielmott "There's a difference between notifying someone that their kid has taken a piss and broadcasting that information." Ah, so the idea of talking diapers doesn't horrify you as much as the possibility of seeing a (presumably direct-to-parent) message from another kid's diaper...got it. That seems reasonable — should Twitter desire to become a transport for these kinds of messages, then they probably need to introduce private (vs. direct) messages and think about better privacy controls.
1 week, 1 day ago on Twitter: Enabling the Internet of Things-lite
"A diaper that broadcasts every time an infant wets itself is not — and I write this with a mixture of relief and sarcasm — the future." I'm guessing you don't have kids. That's the one thing mentioned in the article that actually solves meaningful human problems (namely, helping parents prevent diaper rash, assisting with potty training).
@darrellsilver Obviously people (even adults) have been able to learn to code efficiently part-time, which makes the article's premise false. One way to make it true would be to additional qualifiers. For example, you might add: "...without a book, using a website I created". Another might be: "...with the help of a mentor from my company, Thinkful". There must be something you could add, right?
3 weeks, 5 days ago on The future of becoming a job-ready engineer
"For the first time, people learning to code can actually do it efficiently part-time."
You're missing a bunch more qualifiers that would make the "for the first time" true.
@trevoragilbert "using steam to download a 25GB game takes forever, this can speed it up." Can it? Bonding improves BitTorrent speeds because you're downloading different bits from multiple servers simultaneously. As I understand this, your Steam downloads will not get faster.
8 months, 3 weeks ago on Calling All Internet Users (That Means You): Dispatch Is Here to Bring Faster Internet to Your Doorstep
So, this miracle product can "bond" multiple internet connections to make one super-connection? How is it any different than the network bonding capability that's been in Windows, Mac OS X and Linux for years?