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Hello friends,

Summer is almost here - and that means another 200 miles on the bike, riding across Massachusetts and raising money for cancer research and treatment. I need your help! Please support my ride, and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, with a donation! You can click on the link below to donate. 100% of your donation goes directly to Dana-Farber. Donate today!
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The following joke was posted to an internal Magenic list. I don't know who actually wrote it, and I'll give credit if someone points out the creator of the joke. It perfectly illustrates what I think...
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Shout out to Google, honoring Frank Zamboni's birthday with a playable Google Doodle today
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I thought it's not the first time they had a zamboni doodle, tho I may be mistaken, and this is definitely more fancy than what I remember.
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Signed up for my 5th PMC. This year's goal is simple: break the $25,000 lifetime fundraising goal - only $5k to go! Help fund cancer treatment and research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston -100% of your donations go directly to cancer care. Donate online below
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If you guys use (or want to use) IntelliJ IDEA 12 with Maven + ActionBarSherlock with Roboelectric for unit testing, I've written a detailed tutorial about setting them up together. Took me almost a day to get everything running. Hopefully, this will be useful for some. 
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Yeah I found it pretty handy too, especially as I was (re)learning IntelliJ's project/module idioms after making the leap from Eclipse. IntelliJ's maven integration trumps Eclipse IMO, so it's also a straightforward matter to do the import via your pom file. On OS X, if you already have maven installed, you just need to ensure you've done a `mvn install` in your workspace and add the dependency entries to your pom.xml.  
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One of my fondest memories from living on Endicott Street was the faint whiff of molases on a hot August evening.
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Java 7 Update 10 and earlier contain an unspecified vulnerability that can allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable system.
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+Android Developers! If you want to test your UI in pretty much all environments, a Nexus 10 is all you need.

There are two really useful commands you should know: "adb shell am display-size" and "adb shell am display-density".

These two commands will tell an attached device to emulate a display resolution or density other than the native display properties of the device. You can tell either property to reset by telling it "reset" as the resolution or density argument.

What this means is that with one high resolution, high density device like the Nexus 10, you can simulate the environment of just about any other Android device you'll care about for basic UI testing. The resource system will give you the appropriate resources for the adjusted Configuration and you can check each different device class you want to support in minutes.

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Good one, thanks!
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Everything about this story is rage-inducing: violations of due process, the expectation that software developers are liable for any potentially illegal use of their products, the notion that voting adults can't wager online, zero-dark-thirty-style SWAT raids to serve white-collar search warrants, sealed affadavits for said warrants that the defendant cannot examine, inducement by law enforcement to commit further crimes in other jurisdictions... http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2013/01/coder-charged-for-gambling-software/
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There has to be something that article is missing. Some back-handed political motivation for going after this guy specifically.  It's absurd for the DA to go this far to file charges against someone so clearly innocent of wrongdoing.
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Unassuming storefront that had great food and attentive service. Wandered in looking for a quick bite and had a few courses that were delicious and filling - a must visit whenever I'm in town.
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Great beer selection in a funky little spot. Absolutely wonderful on a night warm evening killing time before the train.
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Visited on business. Rooms are fairly spacious and well-kept, with standard amenities such as irons, minibar, etc. Lobby restaurant had decent food and very polite, prompt service - more attentive than what I'm used to from a western hotel restaurant. Fast laundry service (same day). Small fitness center and pool, and front desk staff was polite and quick.
Quality: Very GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Good
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Tasty stewed oxtail and great roti!
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Been getting my hair cut by Diane for 10 years now. My son will get his first haircut here, and many thereafter.
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Well done renovation of an old hospital built for the Santa Fe Railroad. Great attentive staff, great breakfast and bar at the Apothecary Lounge.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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