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How to setup Hypothesis locally for development on Arch Linux

What is Hypothesis

Hypothesis is a web annotator. It allows users to create notes on any web page and PDF. As it says on the project… 511 more words

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Google today launched a new extension for Chrome that’s intended to directly help the company improve its browser. It’s called Chrome User Experience Surveys, and the gist is that users with the extension installed will occasionally get a pop up survey in their browser window when something unusual or unintended occurs in their browsing experience; these surveys should typically take less than 2 minutes to complete and are capped at appearing a maximum of four times per week. 163 more words

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Here's How To Remove Kim Kardashian From Your Life Forever

Sometimes the universe hands you something that you’ve always wanted but don’t know how to ask for. Tomorrow, it may be the secret to obtaining enough pop-tarts to last you a lifetime, but today it’s a… 163 more words

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Password Alert: Google's new free tool to prevent phishing attacks

Fess up: You use the same password for multiple web accounts, don’t you?

It’s a bad practice, of course. One account becomes compromised and the rest—well, it’s a sudden game of dominos. 725 more words

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Creating new events in the viewer API of PDF.js for better integration with other libraries

I continued to work on PDF.js. This time around I created new events within the viewer API that help better integrate PDF.js with other libraries. 131 more words

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OneNote Clipper 2.0...

One of the most overlooked tools of Office is OneNote. If you’re not using it, well, I’ve got questions for you, but I suppose if you’ve already made a large investment in something like… 471 more words

Office

On Positive Finds Removal

You know you’re old when you don’t find the likes of Positive Finds surprising at all. Another symptom of old age is the phrase “these days.” If you find yourself repeating it over and over again, congrats, join the oldie wagon. 641 more words

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