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Christopher Horton
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Software engineer and computer science graduate student. Fan of Ubuntu!
Software engineer and computer science graduate student. Fan of Ubuntu!

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This is relevant to my current coursework.
Shots were fired in my Discrete Math textbook
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About time!
Trainers, get ready for even more realistic Pokémon encounters: AR+ is coming to select Android devices that support ARCore! #PokemonGOarplus https://pokemongolive.com/post/arplus-android
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Yeah, this was a problem in some of the Communities I was part of.
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Umm... That's not good.

This will mark the end of my presence on social media in general.
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So, MS-DOS 1.25 and 2.0 are now open-source under the MIT license and hosted on GitHub.

#microsoft #dos
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So, my friend +Joe Quesada has a new blog now.
An Experimental Blog
An Experimental Blog
blog.jquesada.net
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Scientific contribution via Mozak
I have been occasionally playing a game called Mozak . It is similar to Foldit in that it is a crowdsourced scientific research game, except this one is about reconstructing neurons by tracing their axons from three-dimensional scans. The goal is to help re...
Scientific contribution via Mozak
Scientific contribution via Mozak
blog.christopherkylehorton.com
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My thoughts on the new Strawberry Soylent flavor
A while ago, I wrote a blog post in which I reviewed the Soylent Cafe flavors when they first came out. And a while before that, I wrote another blog post where I reviewed the Soylent Cacao and Nectar flavors . So, today's post can be thought of as a "Part ...
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Looks like +Lawrence Technological University Online still forces students with smartphones to use the unencrypted campus Wi-Fi guest network, which also does not permit access to campus websites like our online learning websites we need to log into for classes...

Get with the times already! Some people (not me personally, but I understand they're out there) use their smartphones as their primary computing devices nowadays. #LTU IT still irritates me with some of their policies, like requiring any users of their encrypted Wi-Fi to be running Windows or macOS exclusively.
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