Karthik Ram @_inundata

Yay Area / ✈ in transit

February 2014

@noamross show off. There’s still 4 something hours left.

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@ElDon78 It’s a joke about how developers endlessly argue why their editor choice is better. imgs.xkcd.com/comics/real_pr…

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@danielschuman @swcarpentry Did Frank Underwood put you up to this?? He doesn’t code and is scary enough.

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@landismj @timlockridge All out for now, but will get you guys next time around.

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@phdpqc What parts are you sold on? Have you seen ST2? Works on all platforms, has a Python API so extensible any way imaginable.

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@noamross Do you still want to edit code inside a browser?

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@noamross you want to edit code on a web browser?

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@npch @ethanwhite Unfortunately though it seems like this issue is relegated to pithy soundbites from meetings for the near future.

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drewconway Github did the one thing that could make programmers hate it: get into the text editor game.

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vsbuffalo Use the new @AtomEditor? No thanks, I like my text editors like I like my scotch — at least twenty years old.

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Just back at my desk.
Who wants a gmail invite? No, ok.
How about an atom invite?

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@Stuart_Lynn @AtomEditor I’d love one of they aren’t all gone. First dot last at gmail.

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Wasn’t expecting to switch text editors anytime soon but hey look: bit.ly/1cRKo91
Beta: bit.ly/1cRKo8Y

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@RobLanfear Are you daring me to write a blog post and create a repo that anyone can clone and use?

Because I will.

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Hard to imagine there was a time when I wrote papers and grants without using Makefiles.

ST2 build system set to Make + (⌘ + B) = WIN.

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Also I blame @tjvision for catching me up to speed on yesterday.

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The tag is really distracting. This waccaloon needs to get work done today!

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@JohnFBruno @jebyrnes Y but assuming you’re aware of the caveats etc.

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@froggleston They own that domain too! It redirects back. ;)

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Guthub’s new text editor looks an awful lot like Sublime Text.
bit.ly/OCIT6r

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@aleksandrana Not here. It was a mural at a historic bldg (not a museum.

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@genetics_blog @ethanwhite @aaronquinlan Looks nearly identical to Sublime Text (which I love)>

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@genetics_blog @ethanwhite @aaronquinlan Looks very promising. Fingers crossed that it will be a game changer.

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More pictures of Riches of California to follow. This is the closest you can get to one and his first in the US. pic.twitter.com/wUVYzRQahl

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Admiring some Diego Rivera at the SF city club. pic.twitter.com/ApWEvXtpPk

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@gvwilson @kaythaney I was really hoping that Greg would take me out for ice cream as a prize.

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@minrk my exp has been fine so far. What happened?

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@emilysdarling I speak!
It says two weird babies with a side of fedora.

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@carlystrasser I like my hash tags verbose and my coffee black.

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Heading in for for the rest of the afternoon. Anyone want to catch up?

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@noamross planning to host @johnmyleswhite sometime this year at Cal. You’ll have other opportunities to see him talk.

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@npch It does feel real unless there is someone outside in a SSI shirt!

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hadleywickham testthat 0.8.1 now on CRAN: better errors, more expectations & many fixes: blog.rstudio.org/2014/02/25/tes… + github.com/hadley/testtha…

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@npch @powersoffour Such paths are few and far between.

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@ramnath_vaidya No rush. Just finished these slides and wanted to share with you. :)

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@ramnath_vaidya Included some rMaps love in a slide: bit.ly/1lhieJo

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@srsupp wow.
such awesome.
many deserved.

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@mrgunn @wilbanks That’s exactly the problem we (@rOpenSci) are trying to address in one community.

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dseverski ggplot2 formally shifts to maintenance mode in favor of ggvis. groups.google.com/d/topic/ggplot…

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@ramnath_vaidya Could use your input here:

bit.ly/Nsn6Nq

The chloropleth works great one way but breaks going backwards.

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@npch @asbradbury Agreed. This pool hasn’t grown very much lately.

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@gvwilson Pinging @matthewmccull who could weigh in here as an experienced instructor.

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@gvwilson Yes, works much better and takes significantly less time/effort than getting folks to copy over keys.

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@gvwilson This might be problematic for some users and GH also recommend using https. Esp folks who can’t generate their own ssh keys.

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@gvwilson Just looking over this video: vimeo.com/87241285

Curious why use git:// over https://?

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SF without people or cars. eerily beautiful.
bit.ly/Oqzwqo

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@vsbuffalo @froggleston I’m a huge fan of Sublime Text. The API is really nice too.

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@CopyrightLibn @Wowter That was always the case. The entire project exists because Google agreed with publishers to never expose these data.

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@naupakaz @recology_ @tpoi All together. Easier to transfer and backup.

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@kwbroman PS: Very clear instructions. I love it. You should contribute this awesomeness to @swcarpentry

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@kwbroman I’ve realized that learning how to teach Git is itself a skill. Been getting better over the years.

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@kara_woo I often find well written answers on StackOverflow and go, hey that’s one smart dude…wait that was past me!

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@ibartomeus I have a much easier setup. Tweetnest.
bit.ly/1jTrzqH
Super easy to search and see what I tweeted. Requires web server.

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@distribecology @swcarpentry @gvwilson Someone quickly write a shell script to capture his picture periodically.

./shelfie.sh

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There’s a package for that!
youtube.com/watch?v=yhTerz…
awesome short video from @rdpeng

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I would watch just about anything narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
bit.ly/1gO97N2

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@distribecology @swcarpentry @gvwilson This tweet is useless without pictures. No more beard?

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@hspter So hard to figure out which group you belong to.

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davelester Open science friends: check out this rOpenSci Hackathon taking place in March ropensci.org/blog/2014/02/1…, and organized by @_inundata

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Just looked up at a security camera in a hallway and said something profound. The effects of binging on HOC is starting to show.

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Diffing three Word doc version of author revisions with added bonus of track changes.
So tempted to TLDR accept this damn thing.

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@tomjwebb What about something like:

apply(iris, 2, unique)

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@_NickGolding_ create a file called
~/.gitignore_global
add stuff there. Then:
git config —global core.excludesfile ~/.gitignore_global

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@_NickGolding_ You can’t. But you can globally ignore files without using a gitignore if you expect certain files to show up in all repos.

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@billymeinke Sounds good. Didn’t realize you were across the pond.

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@naupakaz You laugh but I’ve now resurrected pine because there is no other way to email one unnamed CRAN maintainer.

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Loving this post by @jasonsantamaria
bit.ly/1kPUwnn
on being mindful about how we react online.

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@daisieclickie @mwpennell @phylorich @recology_ Most of my real life issues are existential. So not entirely off.

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Ihnatko To a writer, an open browser tab is like a glass of whiskey. 1 or 2 can help the work. Too many ensures that nothing gets done.

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@HugePossum Love this. There’s even a slide carousel!

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@hlapp @ctitusbrown Yep, this a 1000 times. So tired of all the meetings/confs that are still stuck on the ground floor.

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kissane Someone please take this GitHub prose diff thing and make a simple app that writers who fear git can use. github.com/blog/1784-rend…

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omearabrian Dear Elsevier: I think the missing piece from your ad includes women and minorities as reputable researchers pic.twitter.com/DqY0aFeFbz

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@carlystrasser Hey girl are you a NSF grant? Because my odds of getting anywhere with you is < 8% - Postdoc Ryan Gosling.

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The last question here is pretty much the plot of the movie Tenure (starring Luke Wilson)

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phylogenomics Sarah Greene at - there is no reward for team work in most of academia -

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. All of the data @jenniferlin15 is talking about is also accessible programmatically via @rOpenSci

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Listening to a fantastic talk by Anurag Acharya, the creator of Google Scholar.

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@phylogenomics @carlystrasser I don’t this even this works. “Email me” is just another tactic to avoid sharing.

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@hollybik Workshop is Monday, August 11, 2014: 11:30 AM-1:15 PM

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@hollybik We are. It will be in conjunction with the Ecological Society meeting. Could do one in Davis too.

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BarackObama Tomorrow: @HouseofCards. No spoilers, please.

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wesmckinn dplyr’s in-memory and SQL backends with uniform API are a compelling model for the future of analytics. Kudos @hadleywickham and co

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@KathyScientist Great to meet you last night!

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@hspter Accept my connection and I’ll endorse you too.

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@ethanwhite Right. My expertise in this realm hasn’t yet been sought out.

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@ryneches @ethanwhite @kaythaney @github +1 to that. Mozilla does badging but we need someone to administer.

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@ethanwhite Fully support it though, as you know.

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@ethanwhite I’m not on any committees lately but I can certainly see this being biased towards the early adopters and super users.

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@ethanwhite But unfortunately one of those cool ideas with little incentive to build.

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@ethanwhite @phylogenomics @kaythaney @arfon I feel like this could easily be a Travis implementation.

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@ryneches @kaythaney @github Is this actually true in academia right now? I only hear about this in industry atm.

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@hspter @RladiesSF She is an awesome R lady. Go meet her, Gabrielle!

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@carlystrasser So proud of you right now.

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@Protohedgehog Wait, are you actually here. Or did you mean leaving Twitter alone for a bit?

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hspter Funniest data scientist award absolutely goes to @jakeporway

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@jakeporway So fantastic to finally meet you IRL. Looking forward to hanging out again. Cheers!

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PSA: @hspter is awesome IRL.

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@drewconway join us at the Hyatt bar?

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@johnmyleswhite @seanjtaylor still at the Hyatt bar. Everyone else is here.

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Need to set up a new AWS box quickly for Python and R? Try @drewconway’s awesome data_science_box
bit.ly/1jytgtg

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Spending the rest of my day meeting folks around
If you’re around and want to meet up early evening please ping.

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@ethanwhite You’re laughing now. But pretty sure @duffy_ma will conjure up some daphnia powered floating desk very soon.

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@npch Awesome! We’re building something similar to do programatically. Idea actually inspired by @davetaz

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@MLBrook @rmounce @LDNOpenDrinks We need to do an exchange program between this and @sfopendrinks

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@GrunerDaniel Are you up for sabbatical already? wow, time flies.

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@hadleywickham Here is how dplyr fails for me on CRAN checks. Examples work otherwise though.
bit.ly/1bn3K7Y

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noamross Using Dates and Times in R: a great tutorial by Bonnie Dixon from yesterday’s Users’ Group noamross.net/blog/2014/2/10…

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seanjtaylor Idea: intelligently merge two Markov language models to generate hybrid texts. Doge + Wolfram: “such science. very complexity. mathematica.”

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@srsupp That’s pretty much my weekend plan!! Go watch the season 2 trailer on Netflix.

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@RladiesSF you might be interested in our recent post. ropensci.org/blog/2014/02/1…
If anyone’s interested please get in touch.

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rOpenSci [Blog] Announcing our March open science hackathon. Few open spots available (see post for details).
ropensci.org/blog/2014/02/1…

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@hadleywickham Sure, I’ll send you a detailed gist shortly.

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@johndbritton Nice work shipping the new education site! Looks great.

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I always enjoy seeing posts from people I know showing up on Hacker News. @zachwill — nice post!

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Archimedes looks neat. Write equations and markdown with autocomplete.

bit.ly/1h519l7

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Any other dplyr users have trouble passing CRAN checks, especially when using rbind_all?

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@ethanwhite @rmounce Now everyone on Twitter who follows you two will spend the rest of the day formatting their CV. :P

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ramnath_vaidya rMaps v0.1 for Interactive Maps from R rmaps.github.io pic.twitter.com/91xfTxXCwL

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@CameronNeylon Brilliant post! Love the last paragraph. You nailed it.

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@ethanwhite @ctitusbrown @davidjayharris I believe it’s a working group so hopefully there will be a report out.

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@iainh_z @arfon @DominoDataLab @matthewmccull It’s definitely not a GitHub clone. Looks like a cloud VM.

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@ethanwhite @gvwilson @Pinboard I intentionally don’t tag things I want to read later. I use some mornings to scan and send to Readability.

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@gvwilson Maceij @Pinboard could easily get you that data but I’d imagine he’s too busy for that.

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@ethanwhite @ctitusbrown Everything I find is bookmarked and archived on @Pinboard

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@adaptive_plant Here’s one I wrote: bit.ly/1gTOIZw
Easier to deal with for R than Python.

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shaka_lulu @kaythaney from SFO import @_inundata

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@adaptive_plant or that it’s not so black and white. Will respond with more thoughts.

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@adaptive_plant I’d say no. But Afk right now so I will reply in more detail on that issue you raised.

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@johnmyleswhite @feltron I’ve already checked in a few times. So addictive and been waiting ages for this! Impressed.

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feltron To mark the release of Reporter, we’ve updated the website: reporter-app.com and spoke to The Verge: theverge.com/2014/2/6/53785…

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@fperez_org I’ll give you an update over lunch after the event.

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ryneches Hey! Did you know people do science on social media? You should cite that stuff. I made a thingy to help you. tweet2bibtex.vort.org

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@eperlste Do you climb? If so another win for location.

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Review request to signed review in 8 hours. Killing it today.

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