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This is a wonderful little camera. Super deal, and this is a great intro to the M43 sytem.

http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-Four-Thirds-Interchangeable-Touch-Screen-Aspherical/dp/B004A8ZQIO/
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This is worth it just for Our Last Best Hope ;)
 
The Indie Treasure Trove bundle has returned! Check out this awesome collection of indie games, featuring work from +Ron Edwards, +Nathan Paoletta, +Matt Snyder and more! You can even pick up my last Kickstarter project, Our Last Best Hope. Check it out!
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'S toigh leam Memrise. Thog mi "First 200 Scottish Gaelic Words". I really like their method and it worked pretty well in that course. I'll be looking into the list there. 
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Today is a sad day for the internet. #heartbleed
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This is super! I love the original song and this is a great take on it.
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I finally went over to Tamper near Tufts a few weeks ago. Holy crap was it good. Pricy food but I loved it there.
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Pax time!
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Remember Bostonians, open unsecured wifi means a clever attacker can potentially sniff your wireless traffic, attack services on your computer, or sometimes impersonate servers to trick you into giving up information.

If you're on this, use a VPN elsewhere to encrypt all your traffic.
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Anime Boston time!
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Awesome. Can't wait to see your pictures. 
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I post mostly in English but sometimes Gàidhlig (Scottish Gaelic).

Expect posts about RPG gaming, computer tech, programming, photography, M:tG, and food, among other things.

You may know me as Daenyth



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Arch Linux TU, created pkgtools, TO for Boston/Cambridge area Vintage/T1 M:tG, Tha mi ag ionnsachadh Gàidhlig.
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Steven Moffat's dismissive attitude toward women somehow seems to help his career.

Very cheap and tastes great
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The baristas here first made my chai with an espresso shot, then when they remade it they scalded the milk instead of steaming it
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Some of the best dim sum I've had, and the building is beautiful
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Amazing char siu bao, and very cheap. $5-10 will easily get you 2+ meals
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Excellent pub food.
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