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expected when hosted with wordpress:

   $ dig techcrunch.com NS

   ...

   ;; ANSWER SECTION:
   techcrunch.com.		14400	IN	NS	ns1.wordpress.com.
   techcrunch.com.		14400	IN	NS	ns3.wordpress.com.
   techcrunch.com.		14400	IN	NS	ns2.wordpress.com.

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this is really beautiful. makes me realize how much I miss skiing and traveling. the setting changes really make this stand out. well done!

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Video: we're fixing email because people send too much of it

Blog Post: email inbox@google.com to try it.

..I got a good chuckle.

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Big congrats to Peter, Raphel and the whole team! A solid service and solves a real problem that developers go through every time they start a new project & update their existing ones. Excited to see what you come up with next.

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I get this complaint all the time and it's getting old. What's clear to developers is usually not to the user, that the combination of device + hardware + os makes developing "an Android version" a royal pain in the app store.

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Happy Flurry user since '11. Not all reports need to be realtime, in fact most don't. Their event tracking is solid and the reports are great for getting info at a glance. Doesn't hurt to use multiple, but I've always been content with Flurry's suite.

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http://twitter.com/noinput

causes, geek things, a few pictures of my kids.

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https://news.ycombinator.com/showhn.html

last sentence.

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second to last sentence

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Nothing but great things to say about Keen.

I first found them when testing services via Segment.io and after spending a morning digesting the docs I realized it's what I needed for my company (at the time) to build a simple and scalable tracking/reporting API with. They reached out shortly after, and discussed my needs, offered help modeling the data layer with us and worked out an enterprise deal, the legal, etc. I realized early on they like working the hard challenges and helping us was fun for them.

For side projects as well as my current venture, I use them for tracking near everything, and the simple charting right in their interface makes it pretty easy to make quick decisions and break down the data.

I collect about 4mm events a month these days for my most successful project, and their APIs are still super fast and require zero up-keep from my end.

Congrats to Ryan & Nick over there for the success!

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But do you blend?

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