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hm...this gives me a better reason to take more pictures of things :)
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Sharing so I can remember to build it
 
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I'll close the door for the final photo when all the shelves are up, etc. - probably post-shower when we have things like bedclothes and such.
and the "tigger" rug is an heirloom, more or less - had it in my room pretty much my whole life until I moved out of my parents' home.  the tiggerness is incidental
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The force is strong with this one.
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Heading to a +TableTop Day event likely to primarily consist of people new to something more unusual than monopoly or trivial pursuit. This should be a good mix of "simple but engaging" combined with "not too many small parts likely to get lost"
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Debate topic - Raspberry pi vs. Arduino for building home automation projects: go!
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I really want opinions on this - I'm curious about where I should go.
With the Pi being comparable in price to the Arduino for a full computer but still having GPIO pins...I'm leaning Pi.  But dissenting opinions are encouraged
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Nice used bookstore - average selection of modern titles, excellent selection of older books. Be wary - "first editions" are priced above cover price even when it's a very recent book whose "first edition" is not currently particularly valuable. Aside from that the prices are reasonable for the most part, and you're likely to find things you wouldn't find elsewhere.
Public - a month ago
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Great local brewery with a great atmosphere. Family friendly and relaxed. Limited or no food available onsite, depending on the weekend, so be prepared to bring your own. That said, there's zero problem with having a pizza delivered (we've done so on more than one occasion) directly to the brewery.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
What can I say that hasn't already been said about Wegmans, the greatest grocery store chain on the planet :)
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Midtown Kabob is a reasonable lunch destination if you're in the Reston Town Center and want a kabob or gyro. If you're willing to go a little farther afield there are several other places I would recommend instead but you won't be upset with what you get here. They do have generous bottles of their sauces available at the tables, which is a plus. If they ask you "do you want it spicy" that means "do you want us to throw raw jalapenos on it". I found that....perplexing.
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I'm so happy we have a great homebrew store right in Leesburg. The owners have been extremely helpful in getting me set up for my kegerator build so I've been thrilled to spend my money here instead of online. I can't wait to start brewing again - it's going to be far more convenient to pick up my grains here than to have to drive into Frederick or Arlington
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Great addition to downtown Leesburg. They're still coming up to speed on the whole "running a restaurant" thing but the food is great and the people are friendly. I'm looking forward to trying out their beer garden/outdoor seating
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reviewed a month ago
Hotel staff were friendly, helpful, and very accommodating. Rooms were small but you're inNnew York city
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