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I finished the Dutch tree in 281 days.
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Gefeliciteerd! Goed gedaan :)
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I'm told "meet the new google plus".. but it looks just like the google plus of yesterday. What's changed?
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Summary: Canadian mayor decides to wear the same basic off-the-rack navy blue suit to all public events until someone (even his wife, who wasn't in on the experiment!) makes any comment at all on what he's wearing.  15 months later, as he is getting very tired of the suit, someone finally makes a "didn't you get the memo?" joke about the fact that in a meeting of four people, everyone else is wearing a gray suit.

He then sums it up exceptionally pithily: "When I’m at council, I’m being judged by what I say, how I chair the meeting, by the public-policy positions I take.  I look to the day when every member of council can say that as well."
‘I never had any comment about my clothing. But every woman I’ve spoken to in our office today has said the same thing: “A woman could never do that”’
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Fantastic advice
 
good advice from +Sarah Sharp 
Going to your first open source conference can be intimidating, so Sarah Sharp has complied ten tips for people who are new to the conference circuit.
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Fly South to Washington DC, shocked to see snow on the ground. It's a weird world.
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So the g+ mobile app now "bounces" at the top of the post list. Add to this the feature of remembering the last post you were looking at even if it was weeks ago and it's nearly impossible to find the latest posts. You need to scroll slowly up to them. How does stuff like this get released? 
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On Android, the three dots in the upper right open a short menu with the option to "refresh." Couldn't tell you if it's the same on an iPhone, but I'd guess so.
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I would like to keep my gpg key material safe on the hardware on my lap, but sign things on a remote system (git commits if you must know). Similar to the way ssh agent forwarding works. Has anyone managed to make this work? 
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Well there's just no good solution right now. I'd go with a separate key. Eventually there will be technology like fully homomorphic encryption which allows you to delegate any encrypted computation remotely, but not now.
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Nice (opinionated, but seemingly near to the consensus) overview of the current breed of JS tools.
So, you’re starting a brand new JavaScript front end project or overhauling an old one, and maybe you haven’t kept up wi…
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Yeah, that would be good
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Google Summer of Code (https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/) and Outreachy (http://outreachy.org) offer paid, mentored, remote internship opportunities with Free and Open Source Software organizations.

Google Summer of Code is open to students. Outreachy is open internationally to women (cis and trans), trans men, and genderqueer people. Additionally, Outreachy is open in the U.S. to Black/African American, Hispanic/Latin@, American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander people. Both programs offer coding projects and additionally Outreachy offers user experience design, documentation, bug triage, community engagement, and other types of projects helpful for a thriving Free and Open Source Software project.

Internship dates are May 23 to August 23. The application period is from February 16 to March 22. 
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The entirety of my home network now. A FreeBSD router, a PoE injector for the wireless AP, a Verizon FiOS box, and a UPS to power it all for a few hours. The Verizon system has a battery but inexplicably refuses to pass network traffic when mains power is out.
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Navient links to this PDF with a banner saying "WELCOME to our new "responsive" website. TIP: On a computer? Maximize your browser for the best experience". #responsivefail
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The food was decent but the bar service left a lot to be desired. 15 minutes to get a pitcher, and when the stout tapped the bartender offered a black lager saying it's the same color. Like beer is a color-related experience. A bartender should know a little more than that about his drinks.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
I called with a tiny ($20) order and they turned it around same-day. Friendly, helpful, and a better price than the Big Box stores' "copy and print" center.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
If you want irish craft beer served respectfully, go here
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Best music we have found, but it is a tiny place!
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The bartender at Beer Market recommended this place instead of the Jameson tour, and boy was he right. And actual distillery, rather than a bunch of dioramas. And everyone here is excited about Whiskey and excited about what they're doing. The tour was great, and we sat for an hour or so afterward talking to the staff. Skip the Jameson tour, and go here.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
The master tasting was nice but the tour is not especially informative
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Fantastic food - worth the price if you can afford it. Frequently booked so make reservations
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