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Grayson Peddie
Works at Georgia Industries for the Blind
Attended Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
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To trolls out there, you cannot hide behind your keyboard and type away at it while threatening others, because they will do everything they can to link your identity and they will find you.

And the college or job you went to will terminate you for good! :)
 
If you can't beat them, mildly dox 'em? (Eeeeh...) 
Twitter trolls suffer real-world consequences for online actions.
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Google, you really make me want go visit Epcot. :)
 
Today we're submitting a proposal to redevelop part of our campus in North Bayshore. With our proposed plan, our campus could be more adaptable to a changing company, bring new life to the environment, save energy, and create a sense of community with bike paths and space for local businesses. Ultimately, we hope to create a space for people, nature and ideas to thrive. Learn more: http://g.co/go/y6pnk
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I can get it down to 2 hours 24 minutes (excludes initial loading screen before game starts). It takes practice to get it down to 2 hours 20 minutes, but I don't think I can get down to 2 hours 15 minutes, especially the laser chaining in Chamber 19. This is with the loading screens (except initial) included.

I played about 20 times already.
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Add one more expansion slot and i can fit a Micro ATX motherboard in it. Make the width of the case a bit longer and I can fit a 120mm fan in the back for extra airflow, and that size of the case is all I need. And then I can dedicate my Nanoxia Deep Silence 4 Mini Tower Case as my server case. :)

But if it's not for an additional expansion slot and only a 92mm fan at the back, this is the almost-perfect case that I need. Plus, SFX power supply is all I need as it's time for power supply units to be smaller and smaller along with GPU being a lot more efficient for powering the latest games, negating the need for a 6-pin power connector for the GPU.

Besides, I would love to play some puzzle games with absolutely stunning graphics such as The Talos Principle (http://store.steampowered.com/app/257510/). Puzzle and JRPG games are one of my favorite genre so far. Hopefully the next-generation APU will be a lot better next year. And very power-efficient for gaming, too. :)
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+Ncase Design I've had a close watch overnight at Kimera Industries Nova. Hopefully I can go with black when it's released. Plus. SFX power supply is all I needed. Or I could go with a 160w PicoPSU if I so desire (a lot more efficient than a SeaSonic 300W ATX PSU that I currently have), knowing fully well which components to choose and doing away with 3.5" hard drive as it looked very big and 2.5" HDD/SSD will start to become a norm for me.
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Fez is a very interesting game. I did not understand what the cube is saying with all bunch of symbols written vertically, but while the cube is exploding, the game crashed in Linux when using open source radeon driver. I'm going to be installing AMD Catalyst as the open source version has got a very long way to go in order to catch up with proprietary Catalyst. Currently, open source radeon driver is stuck with OpenGL 3.3.

Anyway, pardon me if I sounded greek to you. I have been Windows-free since November 2012 when Steam for Linux was in beta since 2013 and I have lived a happy life with just Linux. And yes, games ported for Linux are growing. It would be nice if I could make use of keyboard and mouse in PlayStation 3 as I suck at playing Portal 2 with just a game controller (took me 3 hours 30 minutes and longer to complete the story), but nah, I don't think so.

Anyway, have you checked out an action/adventure game called Forward to the Sky?
http://store.steampowered.com/app/333250/
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I NEVER thought that black platform is a portalable surface!!!

And you are welcome, +JoshJepson! An easy puzzle at first that turns the entire world upside down! I've never seen that kind of puzzle before.

Man, I loved Portal 2 to death that I racked up almost 300 hours of play time and played through the story about 20 times already. And my latest time to complete with loading time is about 2 hours 24 minutes. GLaDOS chamber 19 with chaining lasers took me some time to complete.

And in case you want to know which platform I play on, this is all in Ubuntu Linux. :) You should try running Steam for Linux if you have a spare hard drive/computer to boot in, but you won't get 5.1 surround sound and not all games are ported to Linux, with the exception of Fez which you played recently (look for the penguin symbol (a Linux mascot called Tux) if you ever come across a game. Last, but not least, follow Phoronix (http://www.phoronix.com) and +Gaming On Linux if you are interested in playing games on Linux.
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"An Angler attack starts when someone views a malicious advertisement. That advertisement then redirects the person to one of the hacked subdomains, which either delivers the exploit kit or redirects to another website hosting the kit."

This is a single, major reason why I use AdBlock Plus in Google Chrome in the first place to protect myself in the Internet. Even though I am using Ubuntu Linux, it does not mean I will not be compromised. I'd still be the weakest link when it comes to security, but I will make sure I follow every safety habit I can.
The Angler exploit kit is using subdomains created by cybercriminals on real domain name accounts as part of its infrastructure
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Live long and prosper, Leonard Nimoy.
 
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Maybe you should try "export XDG_SESSION=GNOME" in terminal before running GTK3 applications? I might give that a try in a VirtualBox.
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i don't really know what am i doing :>> i've found this on ubuntu mir mailing lists https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/mir-devel/
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I would love to move to California just because of Sonic.net!
http://broadbandnow.com/Sonicnet

I could say the same as with Orlando, FL and Bright House.

That's the problem with ISPs. It's all about anti-competition. Very limited to no choice in Bainbridge, GA. ISPs such as MediaCom and Comcast wants to force me to have TV service which I don't care to watch! I only want to pay for Internet service AND THAT'S THE ONLY SERVICE I WANT TO PAY FOR!!! Want to force me to pay for phone service that I will never use? Could I pretend to be completely deaf just to get out of forced bundling?
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I LOVE that SONG!!!
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0:07 There are two kick drums in this song. That version of the kick drum sounded thumpy compared to the kick drum in the beginning of the song and back from F to C note.
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  • Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
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    Web Development, 2012 - 2013
    Information Technology Assistant - Took the exemption exam with barely a passing grade of 70% Web Design Foundations - HTML5, CSS3, Web Project Web Interface Design - Photoshop CS6, Flash CS6, and Dreamweaver CS6 Web Scripting - JavaScript Web Media Integration - Continued where I left off from Web Design Foundations using the same book, but with video production, some basic JavaScript knowledge focusing in scripts that only work with Internet Explorer, and XML Web E-Commerce - Dealing with laws, supply chains, setting up a Microsoft Commerce Server 2007 Web Interactivity - How To Design/Deploy Website, PHP/MySQL (basic), WordPress, and Online/Electronic Portfolio
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visually impaired, hearing impaired
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Hi. My name is Grayson Peddie and I am a man who loves to live in the technology-centric city with environmental-friendliness in mind. For that, I really love the Future World of Epcot. I dream of living in cities where people can walk, skate, or ride their bikes in streets. And maybe even have a couple of driverless cars that can take you anywhere you want to go. Do you know that Google is still working in the driverless car project?

Anyway, I love computers and I'm planning to be a web designer for a living as I've focused myself in HTML5 and CSS3. In the past, I did learn a couple of programming/scripting languages, like C#, C++ (haven't done Windows programming), ASP.net, and Javascript. For Android, since I know C# pretty well, Java is not that hard to learn as I've created my own GPS-enabled application as a cyclocomputer for those using a bicycle or a tricycle.

One of my hobbies are working with Linux and Windows, create music in Linux, play Japanese Role Playing games (RPG) like Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, and Dragon Quest), watch The First 48 and Parking Wars, and watch Star Trek-related movies and TV shows.
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Folder Assembler
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Making folders, web development
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  • Georgia Industries for the Blind
    Folder Assembler, 2014 - present
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Tallahassee
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