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Derek Morr
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If there was any doubt, yes, The Verge has gone full on hipster.
It’s estimated that there are between two dozen and 100 different species of coffee plants, but for the common drinker, only two matter: coffee arabica and canephora. The journey from these...
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Google Music thinks my Google Voice voicemail is music. Sigh.
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They don't even try to hide their corruption anymore.
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Prince Charles 'black spider' memos reveal lobbying of Tony Blair

http://gu.com/p/48pcm
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I don't know why I just changed my wallpaper. I don't remember the last time I saw my desktop. #TooManyBrowserWindows  
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"Go find yourself a nice girl, hope she's sweet as candy cane. I'll find myself a bad boy. I might even learn his name."

Words to live by.
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Question -

Literally every sysadmin I've talked to hates systemd with a passion. So why are the major Linux distros switching to it?
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Because distros, or at least the people putting their money behind distros, are all hot and bothered about cloud and devops.

And for the rest, the small team distros, have a choice between forgoing making the big desktops available, or adopt systemd. This thanks to logind.
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Ugh, France again. I don't want your asinine censorship laws applied to me. Don't filter my search results based on inapplicable European laws.
A French regulatory authority is asking Google to remove search results delisted from the "right to be forgotten" ruling globally or face sanctions. Google started delisting search results through the "right to be forgotten" ruling enacted in the EU last year, but the search giant limited the removal of results to its domains in Europe. French privacy watchdog CNIL (National...
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+TJ Evans​ and here I thought I knew the definition of naivety...scnr :) 
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It's not fragmentation if it's magical.
With iOS 9, developers can cutoff younger devices in a way that was not previously possible. Although iOS 9 runs on every device that runs iOS 8, app developers are free to specify more restrictive...
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FP folks - the Typed Clojure project could use your monetary support. 
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Glad to see the Federal Circuit finally following the Supreme Court's guidance on software patents.
Chief Judge Sharon Prost signaled that patents framed as means-plus-function claims must disclose an algorithm.
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the JSSE implementation of TLS has been providing virtually no security guarantee (no authentication, no integrity, no confidentiality) for the past several years.

And yet Java's SSL stack is still a pain in the ass to configure, he said after spending too much time this afternoon debugging a HostnameVerifier problem....
SMACK: State Machine AttaCKs. Implementations of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol must handle a variety of protocol versions and extensions, authentication modes and key exchange methods, where each combination may prescribe a different message sequence between the client and the ...
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  • Penn State
    Sr. Systems Programmer, 2002 - present
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Pittsboro, NC - Pocatello, ID - Williamsport, PA
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Gay, atheist, geek, vegan. Proud liberal. Android enthusiast. Lover of fine beers. Programmer/IT wranger. Constantly nagging folks to support IPv6.

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  • Pennsylvania State University
    Psychology (cognitive), 1997 - 2002
  • Linguistics (minor), 1997 - 2002
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Had a vegetarian noodle soup here. very bad.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Great trails and rocks to climb. Stopped here with my dog, and he loved it.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Decent vegetarian & vegan options. Nice in the summer when the students are out of town. Very good beer selection.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Very limit vegetarian selections. Service is quick, though. Overall, there are better restaurants in the area.
Food: GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Good
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reviewed 2 years ago