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5ad82c5ba0264363974af89deb743c20?s=47 Jeremy Keith
November 08, 2013

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This thing all things devours:
Birds, beasts, trees, flowers;
Gnaws iron, bites steel;
Grinds hard stones to meal;
Slays king, ruins town,
And beats high mountain down.

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Jeremy Keith

November 08, 2013
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  28. 4 years

  29. We’re excited to announce that Wavii has teamed up with

    Google! —wavii.com
  30. We’re extremely excited to announce that Summify has been acquired

    by Twitter! —blog.summify.com
  31. We are super excited to announce that Jybe has been

    acquired by Yahoo! —jy.be
  32. Today, we’re excited to announce that Google has acquired Picnik.

    —googleblog.blogspot.co.uk
  33. So we’re excited to announce that we’ll be making the

    journey to California to join Facebook! —blog.gowalla.com
  34. Everyone, I’m elated to tell you that Tumblr will be

    joining Yahoo. —staff.tumblr.com
  35. Today we’re thrilled to announce that Dopplr has been acquired

    by Nokia. —blog.dopplr.com
  36. 1.Treat our data like it matters. 2.No upload without download.

    3.If you close a system, support data rescue. —contentsmagazine.com/data
  37. The internet never forgets. —citation needed

  38. archive.org

  39. indiewebcamp.com

  40. 11 years

  41. 02022–02–22 longbets.org/601

  42. longnow.org/salon

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  49. HTML is not an output format. HTML is The Format.

    Not The Format Of Forever, but damn if it isn’t The Format Of The Now. —Mark Pilgrim
  50. I decided that for the sake of our future generations

    we should document exactly how to process today’s documents, so that when they look back, they can still reimplement HTML browsers and get our data back. —Ian Hickson
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