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This installment starts with more genius from Seth Godin. Mozilla announces a science lab fellowship. And High Scalability shows us what scale really means when looking at Amazon AWS.

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Today we have an article about student’s favorite teacher deciding to leave teaching. It is a good read and an indictment of funding at public schools. WIRED shows some cool “technology” that captures water from the air, which could be good for remote areas where clean water is hard to find.

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Career stagnation is a threat for a lot of developers, and my favorite recruiter has some good advice at Job Tips For Geeks. If you like math and Alan Turing, there is an interesting post about some of his work when he was only 15. Lastly, make sure you check out the link collections at the bottom of every post. I can’t find everything worth sharing and those collections really help fill in some gaps.

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Today we have a very cool device from CES, the Kraftwerk. Johanna Rothman tells us not to be indispensable, and if you care about your job besides the coding you should subscribe to her blog. If you ever wondered how some basic decisions in your code affect revenue, look no further than the article at Flowing Data and the revenue from NYC cabs.

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Even with CES in high gear, there were not a lot of interesting articles to share. In cool stuff, Twitter announced an anomaly detection package for R. This is cool for two reasons, it is a package for anomaly detection in a time series and it is written in R. This is a very good development for R in terms of publicity with the programming masses.

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