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Nothing happeningSadly, I've recently neglected my blog. I'm hoping to write some posts again in the future. In the meantime, I'm sending out thoughts and ideas via twitter (@herrhorn).
- @DB_Bahn https://t.co/cBdAUJr8a6 1 week ago
- RT @linclark: Code that my mom wrote 50 years ago just went up on GitHub twitter.com/pea53/status/7… 2 weeks ago
- @MailChimpStatus Is there an issue with ssl certificate on signup confirmation page? I see an "access denied" error. https://t.co/eylEl10lKB 2 weeks ago
- @DominikWurnig Ja, bin gespannt. @Phimiki hat streng auf korrekte Aussprache geachtet. 2 weeks ago
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- ICTs and urban life
- “My name is ___, and I’m leaving Facebook.”
- The promises and obstacles of process journalism
- Peaceful co-existence – Social networks and niche communities
- Metropolis – 83 years later and we’re still afraid of machines
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