October | 2012 | Ryan Joy (atxryan) 2012 October | Web developer living and playing in Austin, Texas. Microsoft Developer Evangelist.
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  1. Pregnant Cheerleaders | The Case of the Pregnant Cheerleaders – Baltimore Sun

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    October 31, 2012 by atxryan

    @cecycorrea @justin_winslow @Suzanne_russell


  2. How Bocoup Got Its Name

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    October 31, 2012 by atxryan

    Very inspiring story from @BoazSender. Read it. Aspire to it. Thank you for sharing, Boaz, in this time of your loss.


  3. Halloween 2012 | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

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    October 31, 2012 by atxryan

    My housemates and I wish you a Happy Halloween. As a Zombie Mariachi band.


  4. ReadWrite – Web Apps, Web Technology Trends, Social Networking and Social Media

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    October 30, 2012 by atxryan

    Weird. Their twitter and other branding is still RWW. MT @peterc: Whoa, ReadWriteWeb got renamed to ReadWrite…


  5. (500) http://offline.wsj.com

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    October 30, 2012 by atxryan

    Is there an ?


  6. Ryan @ Houndstooth Coffee

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    October 30, 2012 by atxryan

    #CafeBedouins (@ Houndstooth Coffee)


  7. Windows Phone Dev Center

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    October 30, 2012 by atxryan

    WP8 SDK was released yesterday. For 8 days, the dev registration fee is only $8. Yes, there’s a theme here.


  8. watching #bldwin on the #surface. http://t.co/oiNvzxNk Also, … on Twitpic

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    October 30, 2012 by atxryan

    watching #bldwin on the #surface. Also, so far I’m very impressed with the Touch Type keyboard.


  9. Build 2012 | Channel 9

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    October 30, 2012 by atxryan

    watching #bldwin on the #surface. Also, so far I’m very impressed with the Touch Type keyboard.


  10. Technology & Marketing Law Blog: How Zappos’ User Agreement Failed In Court and Left Zappos Legally Naked (Forbes Cross-Post)

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    October 30, 2012 by atxryan

    "…courts do not treat browsewraps as a contract, and anyone relying on [them] does so at their extreme peril."