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Looking at myself in the mirror now makes me proud. After all these years hating myself, I now think I'm beautiful.

I guess I finally achieved maturity and accepted myself entirely 
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That's awesome!
It's always great when people learn that loving theirself is actually ok. 
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Hey! You want real time travel? Well, we're bringing back the 90s for our American friends!
Right now, we've worked the flux capacitor to set the exchange rates back to what they were about a decade ago! 
But we can't guarantee how long the time warp will last (perhaps if you just jump to the left?).
Take advantage of What The Fur's lower pre-registration prices, and if you're from the US and decide to pay right away, you get the added bonus of a really good exchange rate!
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@AlterConf is looking for speakers on diversity in tech/it/games world, and it's in Montreal in July 2015! More info: bit.ly/1BTjENR

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7 things I want my daughter (and her friends) to know about porn later on
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Unfortunately, there is a lot of adults (that I know of) that I had to tell them that porn is not reality.

I don't even wanna talk about the young ones now :(
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Just realized this morning that I've been working in Web developement for 15 years (websites, apps, design, videos, etc).

And me who thought I wouldn't last more than 2 years, 5 max, in that field!

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Ce matin, je réalise que ça fait 15 ans que je travaille en Web (sites, design, graphisme, vidéo, applications, etc).

Et moi qui pensait ne jamais toffer plus que 2 ans, 5 ans maximum, dans ce domaine!
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Learning more is always a good idea. =-)
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2014 retro on my blog
In 2014, I learned a lot of things about myself and others. ----- I learned that I was at an all-time low in my mental health, and almost no
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THIS -> "Unexamined Privilege is the real source of cruelty in Facebook’s “Your Year in Review”"@zeldman http://goo.gl/afQrkg 
UNEXAMINED PRIVILEGE is the real source of cruelty in Facebook’s “Your Year in Review”—a feature conceived and designed by a group to whom nothing terrible has happened yet. A brilliant upper-middl...
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Thanks +Moustafa Chamli​ for this woonnnderfuuulll discovery!

Best cover EVER! ;)

My Heart Will Go On - Recorder By Candlelight by Matt Mulholland: http://youtu.be/X2WH8mHJnhM
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Pour ceux qui n'était pas au courant, nous recevons la gang de Noob à la prochaine édition du Geekfest en novembre 2015!
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Le GeekFest Montréal acceuillera ses premiers invités outre-mer en Novembre prochain! +NOOB : web-série  viendra rencontrer ses fans pour leur première visite de convention nord-américaine!
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    C'est officiel! L'annonce a été faite hier lors de la convention G-Anime: Fabien Fournier (Fantöm), Anne-Laure Jarnet (Gaea), Mathieu Zecchini (Ystös) de la web-série française NOOB s...
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OMG, I am sooooooo pasting this link every time a friend post a "motivational/be better/healthy" article about improving your life.
 
Every damn time someone in my facebook feed posts something like this, I click it. Every damn time.We all have this facebook friend, right? People you genuinely love and admire. People you like han...
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"And that’s where the problem lies. We’re still behaving like the rebel alliance, but now we’re the Empire. We got where we are by ignoring outsiders and believing in ourselves even when nobody else would. The decades have proved that our way was largely right and the critics were wrong, so our habit of not listening has become deeply entrenched."
Photo by Attila Acs My first girlfriend was someone I met through a MUD, and I had to fly 7,000 miles to see her in person. I read a paper version of the Jargon File at 15 and it became my bible. J...
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I'm presuming you don't behave the way article implies "nerds" behave. And that you self identify as a "nerd." If so, would that not imply that only certain aspects of the culture identified in the article would need to die?

(I'm not sure I agree there is a culture there, which probably places me outside of it but the article seems to fail my irony test.)
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An urban woman, studied in History at Concordia University, and working as a web developer-designer. Still trying to find her way in Life. Socialite, Geek, big reader. Likes to draw, walk, fan of the Dalaï Lama and J.K. Rowlings, curious of life itself.
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The smoked meat is indeed pretty good, but nothing to go completely crazy about it! I have a problem with the place: it is always too 'crowdy'. And because of this, there's always food on the floor, and the space is pretty tight: you can touch your table neighbor by accident with your elbows or legs.
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