Evan Martin (evan) wrote in evan_tech,
Evan Martin
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long-term news

I want a news source that I can check once per month about what is actually worth knowing about: it'd mention Chrome but not the EULA screwup, or that there's an iPhone app store but skip all the banned apps hubbub. 95% of news is forgotten within a day or so, but all the producers are tuned to short attention spans and shorter memories. The trick would be to be ok with being a month late, because you often need time's perspective to decide on the worth of something. Anyone have any ideas?
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    I've been hacking on some Haskell stuff lately that's all managed in darcs and it's reminded me of an observation I made over two years ago now (see…

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