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  1. How John Gruber, Raconteur, Uses OmniOutliner

    John Gruber, professional blogger and podcaster, has been using OmniOutliner for just about as long as it’s existed. His main use is for planning projects — for instance, he recently moved servers, which is something he’s rarely done, and he used OmniOutliner to keep track of the many details and things to check.

    —Huffduffed by jasonclarke

  2. DJ Riko’s 18th annual Merry Mixmas mashup album

    Dram – Litmas JD McPherson – Every Single Christmas Margo Guyen – I Don’t Intend to Spend Christmas Without You Josh Rouse – Sleigh Brother Bill Sufjan Stevens – Put the Lights on the Tree Bailen – Christmas is All Around Hoodoo Gurus – Tojo The Magnetic Fields – Everything is One Big Christmas Tree Sia – Santa’s Coming for Us New Order – Rocking Carol The Regrettes – Marshmallow World James Brown – Santa Claus go Straight to the Ghetto Justine Skye – Eyes for You Satan’s Pilgrims – Feliz Navidad Livingmore – Show me Light and Love Jagged Jaw – Pink Xmas Tree Beach Boys – Little Saint Nick (Alternate Version) Tralala – Holiday Hearts Cocteau Twins – Winter Wonderland Redtenbacher’s Funkestra – Deck the Halls The Duke Spirit – Melt by the Morning The Grip Weeds – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen The Silhouettes – Under the Mistletoe The Oh Hellos – Every Bell on Earth Will Ring

    —Huffduffed by josephaleo

  3. Slavoj Žižek: “Why I Am Still A Communist”. The 2019 Holberg Debate with Slavoj Žižek &Tyler Cowen.

    At the 2019 Holberg Debate, we are honoured to be joined by two big thinkers: Slavoj Žižek and Tyler Cowen.

    Prof. Žižek will deliver his keynote address, “Why I Am Still A Communist”, before being interviewed by Prof. Cowen. In the subsequent Q & A session, we encourage everyone to contribute with questions and comments, either from the floor, or via Twitter. Twitter users may use hashtag #qholberg for questions and submit their comments either in writing or as video snippets. Questions may be submitted at any time, before or during the event.

    The event will take place at the University Aula in Bergen, on 7 December, 3:00 PM CET.

    For more information, visit the Holberg Prize website:

    Original video:
    Downloaded by on Sun Dec 8 10:51:45 2019 Available for 30 days after download

    —Huffduffed by Corey