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Weekly Lifestream for July 4th

Submitted by on July 4, 2010 – 7:30 pm 108 views No Comment
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OK, I think my hike is calling… pain trying to port an older Spring 1.x app to 3.x [ericblue]
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yes, it’s almost 3am and I’m still awake at work. no, I’m not insane…. but getting there [ericblue]
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RT @tonyrobbins: Michael Jordan commercial reminds us what it takes to be legendary http://bit.ly/9xN9FN [ericblue]
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RT @obinine: Plexus: open source, radically decentralized alternative to Facebook from @mpesce http://bit.ly/bjrkNH [ericblue]
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Fitbit – Perl API now hosted at GitHub http://eric-blue.com/?p=1234 [ericblue]
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Wow, that really was blog post #1234 [ericblue]
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RT @kf4gta: Nice to see that fitbit’s lack of an API has produced some cool hacks: http://bit.ly/933csK & http://bit.ly/akiEOV [ericblue]
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RT @c4chaos: Consciousness Explained Better – Allan Combs and Ken Wilber ~ http://j.mp/ch2zAR #integral [ericblue]
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Shared One Month In.
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Unconscious Will Sways Actions, Desires: Think You’re Operating on Free Will? Think Again http://tinyurl.com/32dsoy5 [ericblue]
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"…our conscious selves are sometimes voyagers on a vessel of which they have little control" [ericblue]
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RT @RichardWiseman: why on earth would anyone make a replica of the world cup out of cocaine? http://bit.ly/azb5aQ | That ‘cracked’ me up :) [ericblue]

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