Merlin and Dan talk about Marked, Drafts, MLKSHK shutting down, App.net, routers, Hong King Phoey, poisoned meatballs, and more.
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- Hansure - Product Details
HansureTM is a wearable device that makes hand sanitization possible at the point of patient care. Where tradional approaches to increase hand hygiene compliance rely on monitoring, judging, forcing, penalizing and collecting HCW's data, HansureTM is built on the fundamental principle to simplify the hand hygiene process for the HCWs. HansureTM ensures that no opportunity for hand hygiene is ever missed by any HCW by addressing the real challenges that prevent HCWs from being compliant to the hand hygiene guidelines. HansureTM is available in two versions - A cost effective mechanical version and a fully automated electronic device.
- More suspected poisoned meatballs in S.F. - SFGate
- Marked 2 - Smarter tools for smarter writers
Marked is a previewer for Markdown files. Use it with your favorite text editor and it updates every time you save. With robust features for previewing, reviewing and exporting beautiful documents, you can work in plain text while reveling in rich formatting.
- Drafts - Agile Tortoise
- Accidental Tech Podcast: 63: I Hold My Children To A Higher Standard
- MLKSHK Shutting Down - mlkshk
- App.net State of the Union | App.net
The bad news is that the renewal rate was not high enough for us to have sufficient budget for full-time employees. After carefully considering a few different options, we are making the difficult decision to no longer employ any salaried employees, including founders. Dalton and Bryan will continue to be responsible for the operation of App.net, but no longer as employees. Additionally, as part of our efforts to ensure App.net is generating positive cash flow, we are winding down the Developer Incentive Program. We will be reaching out to developers currently enrolled in the program with more information.
- Amazon.com: ASUS Dual-Band Wireless Router (RT-AC56U): Computers & Accessories
- How Videogames Changed the World - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
How Videogames Changed the World was a one-off television special by Charlie Brooker which first aired on Channel 4 in November 2013. The show examines the 25 most significant video games according to Brooker, and through that, covers the history of the medium and its impact on wider culture.
- Cincinnati Milling Machine Company - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- 5by5 | CMD+Space #94: Words Are My Thing, with Brent Simmons