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Andrew Grimberg
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+Konstantin Ryabitsev​ you know you want this
 
Yes, in Canada, this is a real thing. 
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Tastes like an Ontario poutine.  Can't say i'd recommend. 
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I know some folks that that this applies to
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The future! It is here! ;)
 
Someone Made A Knife That Toasts Bread While You Cut It ... "Yup! Just like in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy movie! YouTuber – and probably one who always knows where his towel is – Colin Furze created this one of a kind bread-toasting knife after taking the suggestion from a fan. Oh, what a time to be alive.
2005’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy was met with mixed reviews but it still chock full of fun moments from the book of the same name. Douglas Adams, author of the book series, also co-wrote the script so despite some changes of the source material and outright additions that never appeared in the books, the movie still has that distinct Adams feel.

The movie chose to use Trillian’s (Zooey Deschanel) demonstration of all things futuristic and literally space-age to Arthur Dent (Martin Freeman) by showing off a very lightsaber-like (sound effects included) butter knife that toasted your bread as it cuts. ...

Onto the real world though! Furze up and made the damn thing! While not as sleek or laser sword-ish as it’s seen in the movie the knife does a pretty great job at replicating the results! With a build that seems borderline dangerous, using a microwave’s transformer connected to a serrated blade that serves as the heating element.
The results are fairly suprising as it does produce – albeit a bit uneven – decent looking toast. Furze then displays the alternate uses of the tool for toasting a single slice of toast and then simultaneously melting and spreading butter on it. ..."

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Just stumbled across this fun game. I think the last time I actually did any assembly level programming was in college.
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Working on migrating puppet clients from v3.7 to v4 and I find that the management module I created for Gerrit causes the v4 puppetserver to consume its entire Java heap and kill itself. Awsome :D
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java is evil!
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I would be highly entertained if my local sushi shop started delivering the sake bottles like this ;)
 
Give your beverages a Japanese touch with this kimono bottle cover! - http://otakumode.com/fb/4Rk
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I know some folks who will want this.
 
#ingress now also killing the battery on your watch, not only your phone ;)
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When you finish off Portal 2 are you going to play Portal Story: Mel?
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Thank you! Your kind words hath brought tears to mine eyes.
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Took a lot of work to get this out the door, but I'm glad I'm part of this team :)
 
Now available: the 3rd OpenDaylight release Lithium broadens programmability of intelligent networks and support for virtualized/cloud environments http://bit.ly/1RLjhgz #OpenSDN
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I love how meta this is :)
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This is pretty cool. I should see if I can find some to apply to my bike, not that I'm usually out on it in the dark, but just for safety.
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If you can't find that, you can buy this
http://www.amazon.com/Powder-like-Reflective-Glass-Beads-pound/dp/B008B9VYZ2
and a can of 3m spray adhesive.

Maybe not as good, but pretty dang good.
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I really enjoyed this anime. Hearing about a live action version and seeing a trailer for it makes me wish it was coming to the US!
 
Attack on Titan Live Action Movie Trailer

I need to see this!

#attackontitan  
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I wonder if it will be.. less inscrutable than the anime..
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  • The Linux Foundation
    Systems Administrator, 2012 - present
  • Yapta
    Sr. Systems Engineer, 2011 - 2012
  • Research In Motion
    Systems Engineer, 2011 - 2011
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    Systems Engineer, 2009 - 2011
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    Sr. Systems Engineer, 2006 - 2009
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    Information Technology Professional, 2004 - 2006
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    Systems Administrator, 2001 - 2004
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    Sr. Systems & Network Administrator, 2000 - 2000
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    Web Tools Developer, 1999 - 2000
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    Computer Science, 1994 - 1998
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I've been coming into Fujiya for many years now. I love the food and the people here. They're always corteous and the food is always good. If you're sitting at the bar Juan is always willing to to engage you in banter as he produces awesome works of art. I especially recommend the Jalepeno Nigiri, even if you don't like spicy things. It's worth it and I unless you're even more of a heat wimp than me you'll survive it :D
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