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Have you ever thought that, instead of staring at the brake lights in front of you, it would be great if you could pull off the road and drop a line in the water? You can.

I pass this on my way to and from work every day. My company, +Zekiah Technologies, Inc., has multiple current openings for programmers, database developers, network engineers, and others.

Check out what we've got to offer and contact us for more details. There's a different way to do things and you can start now.

http://www.zekiah.com/index.php?q=careers/openings
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Incidentally, this is Allen's Fresh, the start of the Wicomico River, which empties to the Potomac. (There are two Wicomico Rivers in Maryland.) Allen's Fresh is actually the outflow of Zekiah Swamp, after which our company in named.
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So I recently moved into a new neighborhood that is all new construction. A lot of things catch my eye as an entire neighborhood sets up shop. Today, it was newspaper boxes. In my old neighborhood, everyone had one, whether active or not, because every house had subscribed to a print newspaper at some point over the last 40 years.

In my new neighborhood, well under 10 percent of the houses have any kind of newspaper box (whether Washington Post or the local newspaper). This holds true even in phase one, where people have been in place for at least a year. I need to drive the neighborhood and do an actual count to get hard numbers. I know the thought of getting a print newspaper delivered hadn't even crossed my mind.
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+Caitlin Dempsey Morais You're a better host than I am. :) I never thought of doing that.
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That was my first hangout. It's pretty nice now but it would be great if you could mute the join/leave and chat sounds. Thanks to +Andres F and +Mano Marks for putting together the hangout today.
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Yes, it's fairly painless.
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Announcing the 2014 Southern Maryland User Group meeting - 12 December 2014, 9am - 1pm, Charlotte Hall Library, Charlotte Hall, MD.

Open to all who use or are interested in geospatial tools and data in Southern Maryland. Please register (free of charge) using Eventbrite. Agenda still being finalized so check back.
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SMUG? I laughed out loud...
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At +Zekiah Technologies, Inc., we hate your commute as much as you do. Let us get rid of it for you.

Check out how at http://www.zekiah.com/index.php?q=careers/openings
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A+ for creativity! :)
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Our daughter shared this one with us this morning. Math lulz.
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