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Attended University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Those tacos look delicious
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Enjoy. Postmodern Jukebox is a band that remixes a bunch of pop music and puts them in a different era. The band leader is pretty amazing.
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Take a look at those herbs above. The ones on the left look liked they were probably picked fresh just before I photographed them, while the ones at the right had been hanging out in my refrigerator for weeks in a forgotton plastic bag, right? Wrong. All of those stems of cilantro are the exact same age. 51 days in my refrigerator, to be exact. The only difference is in how they were stored. So what's the best way to store herbs? I tested out eve...
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oh thank you google.
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Swedish kids growing up in families who wash their dishes by hand seem less likely than families with dishwashers to develop certain allergies, one study suggests. But there may be more to it.
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+maggie h​ makes sense. Create hyperactive TV shows, get hyperactive kids.
Studies with wooden blocks show "that children who play with blocks learn language better and have better cognition."
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Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Marketing to Doctors (HBO): http://youtu.be/YQZ2UeOTO3I

Check out the federal website to see what your doctor gets paid by kickbacks.
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Does anyone have any recording, mixing/mastering, sound engineering reference books they like that they would recommend?

I used to have a book, but I just can't find it and I can't figure out where I got it or the title, so I'm looking for a replacement. It was a very well written book about sound engineering and mixing techniques, how to use reverb and delays, charts and graphs on what areas of the frequency spectrum relate to the different ways we describe sound ("sparkle", "muddy", "thick", etc)

It had graphs that looked like what I've attached. Any clues or books like it?
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Stavs book is head and shoulders above them all.
The rest are generic generalisations best suited for beginners to intermediate skill levels written at an 8th grade level.
If that's you, there is a mountain of books all saying the same thing. If you're ready for a guy like Stav, it's definitely a great read for an advanced understanding and experience. 
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FYI, don't bother with honey +maggie h 
They stagger into Andrew Murphy’s office itchy, sneezing, and watery-eyed. This, in itself, is unremarkable. As an allergist in Pennsylvania, Murphy regularly treats patients suffering from seasonal allergies. But when Murphy starts to explain to these patients the standard options for treatment—oral anti-histamines, nasal steroids, or immunotherapy—they want none of...
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I figured it doesn't help. But I've heard that putting something like Vaseline around your nose helps some because the tiny pollen sticks to it instead of going up your nose. Wonder if it really works... It does eventually get absorbed....
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Microsoft Office for Mac, Apple
http://products.office.com/en-US/mac/mac-preview

+maggie h​ it includes onenote as a native app. Go get it. Free until later in 2015.
Download Office for Mac Preview from here, and you will receive updates automatically until the official release in the second half of 2015.
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http://blogs.office.com/2015/03/05/office-2016-mac-preview/ it looks like a standalone app, not like the current onenote mac app...anyway, it's free. just try it?
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+maggie h this is the guy I was talking about and marble-working
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Good news everyone?
Every five years, the United States government updates a set of Dietary Guidelines intended to help its citizens make healthier food choices. These guidelines also help inform how companies package...
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Let them eat eggs!
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    Computer Engineering, 2001 - 2005
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Super friendly staff that can speak Spanish, English, and Swedish! Great little place to vary up your meals while visiting Barcelona if you need some variety. As of this writing, Wednesday night is Swedish tapas night, where you get little bites for 1€ each. Try each one, but I recommend the smoked salmon and the meatballs over beets. Also, check out their ciders. I really enjoyed the pear cider.
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I can get most of what I need here for the house and they have a few very knowledgeable people about repairs around the house.
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Heard the Munich Symphonic Orchestra here. Excellent venue for fine music--not a bad seat in the house (except maybe those directly to the side and behind the stage). Classy and modern with great acoustics.
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Not too eventful and not much going on here, but if you're interested in history and the story of the city, visit here to see the archaeological dig and read the information posted on the displays. For me, very interesting. To others, you might want to pass.
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Excellent paella, not too salty and very tasty. Get the seafood paella (the standard one that doesn't have anything already shelled) for the best taste and experience, and don't be afraid to get a bit messy! Staff very friendly and handles English just fine, with menus in English. Take note that the paella is priced per person, and they will make an appropriately sized pan of it, and then split it for you. Don't let the touristy area put you off--come for the paella!
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Great place to stop in and have a bite anytime. Accommodating to English-speakers, though be prepared to do your best to translate. Excellent food
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Don't listen to the naysayers. This place is completely worth it, to understand how great art develops as part of a person, and to know them more intimately through the progression of works they create. Very well managed museum, and be warned--no backpacks allowed, and no cameras or cell phones while in the exhibits. Lockers take a 1€ deposit that you get back, and they have staff that can make change in case you don't have it.
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