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Coding Horror: Three Things
I've expressed my disillusionment with to-do lists before. But let's try something simpler, a little experiment. What do you use to keep track of what you need to do? Hold it up, so I can see it. Humor me.Seriously! No no no, hold it closer, near the scre...
Dateline: 2014-04-16 10:46am -07:00T (293 words)
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Coding Horror: Please Read The Comments
I find the ...
Dateline: 2014-03-19 2:46pm -07:00T (4 words)
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Coding Horror: The Trap You Set For Yourself
The Dan Ariely books Predictably Irrational and The Upside of Irrationality profoundly influenced the way I design my massively multiplayer typing games. These books offer science in the small about human behavior, and stark insights into user behavior &m...
Dateline: 2014-03-17 2:01am -07:00T (806 words)
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Coding Horror: 10 Years of Coding Horror
In 2007, I was offered $120,000 to buy this blog outright.I was sorely tempted, because that's a lot of money. I had to think about it for a week. Ultimately I decided that my blog was an integral part of who I was, and who I eventually might become. How ...
Dateline: 2014-02-28 1:46am -08:00T (677 words)
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Coding Horror: The Road to VR
A month after I wrote about John Carmack, he left id Software to become the CTO of Oculus. This was big news for two reasons: Carmack founded id in the early 90s. An id Software without Carmack is like an Apple without Woz and Jobs. You wouldn't l...
Dateline: 2014-02-27 2:31pm -08:00T (1410 words)
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Coding Horror: Complaint-Driven Development
If I haven't blogged much in the last year, it's because we've been busy building that civilized discourse construction kit thing I talked about. (Yes, that's actually the name of the company. This is what happens when you put me in char...
Dateline: 2014-02-27 2:31pm -08:00T (1500 words)
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Coding Horror: App-pocalypse Now
I'm getting pretty sick of being nagged to install your damn apps. XKCD helpfully translates: Yeah, there are smart app banners, which are marginally less annoying, but it's amazing how quickly we went from "Cool! Phone ap...
Dateline: 2014-02-27 2:31pm -08:00T (1918 words)
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Coding Horror: App-pocalypse Now
I'm getting pretty sick of being nagged to install your damn apps. XKCD helpfully translates: Yeah, there are smart app banners, which are marginally less annoying, but it's amazing how quickly we went from "Cool! Phone apps that fin...
Dateline: 2014-02-24 11:01pm -08:00T (1739 words)
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Coding Horror: Why Does Windows Have Terrible Battery Life?
I've become a huge fan of touch computing. I believe that most things we think of as "computers" will be de-facto tablets, either in our pocket, in our hands, possibly even mounted on our wrists or forearms. I can't wait for the iPad 5 this week (I...
Dateline: 2014-02-23 4:31am -08:00T (1074 words)
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