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  1. Photo loss blogger to Flickr: You’re f*cking kidding • The Register

    In case you need even more reasons why trusting your stuff to even the most well-meaning third-party services is only as good as their ability to never, ever make a mistake. (via Lee)

  2. Tower - The most powerful Git client for Mac

    “The most powerful Git client for Mac.” Looks good I think. Might be less scary for doing some out-of-the-ordinary things. (via Lee)

  3. Cadence | your music. your motion.

    Mainly for Cadence Desktop, which claims to apply BPM values to your iTunes songs. I’ve heard that before, but you never know. (via Lee)

  4. Charlie Brooker: To politicians, we’re little more than meaningless blobs on a monitor | Comment is free | The Guardian

    I’m going through that periodic “who can I bring myself to vote for?” dilemma and this just makes it worse. Just one good party would be enough. (via Lee)

  5. iCraig » Geotagger

    A Mac app for using Google Earth to add GPS coordinates to photos’ EXIF data. A shame iPhoto doesn’t update its cached data though. (via Lee)

  6. Ma.gnolia Suffers Major Data Loss, Site Taken Offline | Epicenter from Wired.com

    Another week another case of people losing data they’ve entrusted to a hosted service. (via Lee)

  7. Slashdot | Why Mirroring Is Not a Backup Solution

    And why most of us entrusting our creative output to third-party sites is a bad idea. (via Lee)

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