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Dave Rodecker
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Rodecker Flats, our property in the desert off the 395 on the way to Mammoth! Comes with a watering hole and great views.

+Bradlee Rodecker, we should do this expedition!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2sy8iVZQDs

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Interview question.

Can you answer?
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GERALD W. SCHWARTZ #mentor

Wish I had known about him before bumping into him this weekend in front of his Malibu beach mansion.

22140-22146 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265
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Speculated for years, Google clarified how Street View imagery is used in combination with AI for detecting Street names, business names and precise location. #GoogleLocal

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A lot to think about while exercising.
I'll stick to downhill skiing.

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Live the rainy weather in SoCal.
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Moonlight in Fountain Valley.
Largest moon in 68 years and for another 20.

https://www.google.com/amp/www.vox.com/platform/amp/2016/11/11/13589904/november-supermoon-explained
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Proof that Windows is antiquating power users.

With every version of Windows, they try to get it better by simplifying things and eliminating the need for complicated screens. However this invariably causes me frustration when it takes 10 steps to do what I used to do in 3, and that's if I'm lucky enough to figure out how they've hidden the feature.

Recently, I setup second Wireless networks in my house so that I could connect directly to the Office VPN. Problem is that Windows kept automatically connecting to the wrong access point and I needed to change that. In Windows 7 this was nicely performed in the wireless network user interface:
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/27067/change-wireless-network-priority-to-make-windows-7-choose-the-right-network-first/

However in Windows 10, in their might quest to move things around so as to needless limit productivity, they've completely removed the feature from the UI. The only way to view and change it is through a set of command line operations:
http://mywindowshub.com/how-to-change-priority-of-wireless-networks-in-windows-10/

I'm all for digging into command-line and the registry when necessary for features that didn't make it into UI management screens, but really... was Microsoft just lazy, or was this seriously a design decission?

#HatingMSFT #Relic
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