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I know I'm the only one who scrolled back up and down a few times to make it happen again :)

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Search results for information on how disruptive corporate leadership styles are being used in corporations and elsewhere to influence your behavior: https://www.google.com/webhp?q=disruptive+leadership+style

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Hey Oakland: the typesetter called and wants their apostrophes back.
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A small collection of images from the Albuquerque International Balloon Festival 2016 #balloonfiesta . This was my first time attending and I felt like a little kid running around with the camera around my neck. 

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This is a no-brainer to me...and if you're looking for a second career, why not investigate options for some sort of people-oriented job fixing the broken bodies and minds resulting from constant availability expectations :)
"The expectation of constant availability can cause you to burn out." - Stephanie Vozza cc: +Fast Company

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As a person with a healthy distrust of opaque, shortened URLs... :)
"""The worst problem is that shortening services add another layer of indirection to an already creaky system. A regular hyperlink implicates a browser, its DNS resolver, the publisher's DNS server, and the publisher's website. With a shortening service, you're adding something that acts like a third DNS resolver, except one that is assembled out of unvetted PHP and MySQL, without the benevolent oversight of luminaries like Dan Kaminsky and St. Postel.

There are three other parties in the ecosystem of a link: the publisher (the site the link points to), the transit (places where that shortened link is used, such as Twitter or Typepad), and the clicker (the person who ultimately follows the shortened links). Each is harmed to some extent by URL shortening."""

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That embarrassing moment when you loudly command the range timer to shut itself off (with disappointing results).

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