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Add the 4th amendment to government license plate databases by wearing this shirt/jacket/etc.

A haphazard list of music from one of the genre’s finest.
Several items have been banned by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), the industry body that hosts the annual event, such as Dizzy Blonde, Slack Alice, Leg-Spreader and Village Bike. It’s not just the names of the products that are of concern, but some also have descriptions that cause offense, such as Slack Alice, which is described as ‘a little tart’. The new stance on sexist products also includes inappropriate designs of pin-up girls on beer pump clips and bottle labels.
Donald Trump is the great mono-story of our time. Unless you’ve been away from the planet for a while, you know cable news is all Trump, all the time; Trumpworld is social media’s mesmerizingly dystopian subdivision. Yet the fixation with our president’s juvenile leadership style overlooks a deeper one: America’s obsession with eternal adolescence.
Poolside FM
The best interweb radio station in the world. Swimwear optional.
Make Noise MATHS

The MATHS music synthesizer module is an analog computer designed for musical purposes. It is likely the most popular Eurorack modular synthesizer module due to its seemingly endless and varied functionality.

I’ve truly loved everything I’ve ever heard from Barry Adamson, But I didn’t really know much about him. Now I do. That’s quite a history.
From female urinals for festivals to pissoirs on the streets of Paris, here are six of the freshest outdoor urinals designs for peeing in the fresh air.

In the early hours of Monday morning, Israeli armed forces began their biggest demolition push since 1967 in Wadi Hummus, in the Palestinian Sur Baher neighbourhood southeast of Jerusalem. Palestinians and international activists attempted to resist the demolitions, for which they were greeted with brute force, with dozens reporting injuries from tear-gassing and beatings from Israeli forces.

Since the demolitions began, videos have emerged on social media showing Israeli soldiers and police revelling in the demolitions. One particular video shows a masked soldier counting down from 10 before pressing a demolition button and blowing up a Palestinian building in the background.

An Israeli border policeman standing next to him pats him on the back, smiling and laughing, before the two turn around and pose for a picture in front of the smoke and rubble. The masked soldier turns to the border policeman and says "kol hakavod", literally meaning all the respect in Hebrew but in this case translating to "good job". In the background, you can hear the jeers and adulation from other soldiers.
Duck Duck Go
An excellent search engine that also happens to be dedicated to privacy. It's been my default search for a decade.
A great chat about tv, food, and philosophy with chef Dave Chang and The Good Place/Brooklyn 99/Parks & Rec creator (and Mose on The Office) Michael Schur.
Fast software is the best software and almost none of today’s software software is fast.
Lovely RSS reader that shows the full text of articles, even if the full text isn't in the feed.
RIP Rip Torn
Startup Growing Pains
My company CARMERA is right around 50 people now. We've hit the point where we need middle management, and that team needs to spin up and get working effectively. It's the least fun part of the startup cycle. Meetings all day everyday. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel though.