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September 15th, 2014

This kid watched Rodney Mullen skatemovies and thought to himself “I can do that”. And then he did. facebook.com/video.php?v=10…

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Interested in a super-short-notice 3D/Motion graphics job (3 days tops, delivery next monday)? Mail me at hello@ioartfactory.com. RT=3D love

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Hey ‘Murica, get it together.It’s 2014.RT @thei100:19 signs racism is alive and well in the US i100.io/qJCrWaY pic.twitter.com/x02Ry1VWZZ

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@prplps you probably need to capture every request and redirect it through your own system. Seems elaborate though.

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@prplps but I have no actual experience with this approach. Just something I thought up on the spot. Might work. Let me know. Good luck 3/3

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@prplps request) you could maybe read the headers. Every http request has one and tells the file size. So you MIGHT just figure it out 2/3

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@prplps i’m not sure. I think if you requested the files through an httprequest (who cares about parsing you just need to complete the 1/3

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@prplps after all requests are done, loading is complete. As to size… Difficullt… Please share your findings later on. Good luck. 2/2

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@prplps I think you’d need some kind of a script that registers all those resources and requests them once (to cache them locally). 1/2

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Just finished watching the first ever race. Some interesting ideas there. And a LOT of former (test) drivers! Nice!

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