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Submission + - Screw Hashbangs: Rebuilding Infinite Scroll (tumbledry.org)

Guanine writes: The magic of infinite scroll is that it adds more to your webpage, right when you want to read it. The horror is that it breaks the back button. Here's one coder's take on how to fix the problem.
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Submission + - Linux the size of a plug (nytimes.com)

Guanine writes: "Today, Saul Hansell's Bits Blog featured the PlugComputer: a 1.2GHz ARM compliant processor, 512mb DDR2, 512mb flash, USB 2.0, gigabit ethernet — all in a power-brick sized, wall-plug mounted computer. Is the hardware worth the money?

The first plausible use for the plug computer is to attach one of these gizmos to a USB hard drive. Voila, you've got a network server. Cloud Engines, a startup, has in fact built a $99 plug computer called Pogoplug, that will let you share the files on your hard drive, not only in your home but also anywhere on the Internet.

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