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Something looks slightly off

Looking at this screenshot from my iPhone, something looks slightly off with the battery percentage.

From what I can tell this is only happening with 84% so far, but I haven’t checked all the number combinations.

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Ramen Hacks: 30+ Easy Ways to Upgrade Your Instant Noodles

Awesome Ramen recipes that every guy should know and use.

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Dear Girls Above Me

From the site: Two annoying girls moved into the apartment above me.
I’m forced to hear every dumb thing they say.
These are my letters to them.

Stupid girls are always funny. These two are exceptionally funny.
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Mailinator – let them eat spam

Create throwaway accounts for signing up online or spam filtering. No signups, no registration.

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Boxoh universal package tracking

Great site for quickly tracking your UPS, USPS, FedEx or DHL packages. Shows a map of package location and let’s you sign up for an RSS feed for the tracking information.

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Nunchucks!

That is all…

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Facebook Privacy – FAIL

With the new “improved” Facebook privacy settings you now have to wade through a total of 50 settins with more than a ludicrous 170 options to protect your privacy. This should piss off anybody who uses Facebook. They truly want to share anything about you and make it as difficult as possible for you to stop them from doing so.

Make sure you head to NYT and read the rest of the article. Grrr!

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Apple dissing the desktop?

Mac developers are some of Apple's most passionate and faithful boosters, and they build most of the software that makes the platform great. It's understandable that Apple is focused on the iPhone and iPad this year, but they shouldn't squander the huge success of the Mac. I think the omission of Mac software from the ADAs represents a missed opportunity for Apple to sustain enthusiasm among Mac developers.

It makes me wonder if Apple will make an announcement at WWDC about the future of the Mac, and whether the omission will make more sense in light of that. Otherwise, it just seems like botched publicity, and an unnecessary jab at developers who are already feeling less appreciated by Apple than they did in years past.
Daneil Jalkut
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