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August 26, 2009 in Blogging, Business, Ideas, infrastructure, Life | 1 comment
Following Tristan Louis‘ Fauxpenness, I posted Open vs. Fauxpen at Linux Journal. Includes hat-tipping toward Dave‘s recent work on URL shortening (the latest of which is here).
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