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Four links for April 28 2011

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Today’s collection of interesting/useful links:

1. Ken Jennings Uses Google to Spell Check - The fact that he spell checks using Google may mean he's not a robot.

2. Lorem Ipsum - For those times when you need some text, but don't know what to write.

3. Let's See if the 10,000 Hours Mark is Accurate](http://thedanplan.com/theplan.php) - Based off the idea that it takes 10,000 hours to become really good at something, this guy sets out to give it a shot. [See also

4. Solar Energy Price Trends - If the trending price decline for solar installation continues for the next 8-10 years, it will be at parity with burning coal for electricity. Come on solar scientists...

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Today’s collection of interesting/useful links:

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1. <<link|Ken Jennings Uses Google to Spell Check|http://ken-jennings.com/blog/archives/2764>> - The fact that he spell checks using Google may mean he's not a robot.

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2. <<link|Lorem Ipsum|http://www.lipsum.com/>> - For those times when you need some text, but don't know what to write.

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3. <<link|Let's See if the 10,000 Hours Mark is Accurate](http://thedanplan.com/theplan.php) - Based off the idea that it takes 10,000 hours to become really good at something, this guy sets out to give it a shot. [See also|http://www.tampabay.com/features/can-a-complete-novice-become-a-golf-pro-with-10000-hours-of-practice/1159357>>

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4. <<link|Solar Energy Price Trends|http://radar.oreilly.com/2011/04/solar-power-moores-law.html>> - If the trending price decline for solar installation continues for the next 8-10 years, it will be at parity with burning coal for electricity. Come on solar scientists...


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