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Breaking news:
Leonard Nimoy, the actor known for playing Spock on Star Trek, died today at age 83, according to The New York Times. He's reported to have died in his home of end-stage chronic obstructive...
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Linux peeps:

So, I  just recently found out about the wonderful --max-procs option for xargs and wanted to share it as I've previously used convoluted while loops that background processes to achieve parallelization in bash. I know it's a powerful tool, but I have only used xargs myself a handful of times in the past several years and was not aware it could do this.

I had a large number of compressed MySQL binlogs that I needed to decompress and run through the mysqlbinlog command to get usable SQL files out of them. I used the following commands to do this 12 at a time and it worked beautifully:

for i in mysql-bin*.bz2; do echo $i; done | xargs -I '{}' --max-args=1 --max-procs=12 sh -c 'echo {}; bzip2 -d {}'

for i in mysql-bin*; do echo $i; done | xargs -I '{}' --max-args=1 --max-procs=12 sh -c 'mysqlbinlog {} > {}.sql; mv {} processed/'

Notes: It's recommended that you set max-procs no higher than the number of CPUs on your system. The subshells are not necessary if you are running a single command.
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Awesome news. No need to reboot your Linux box ever. Live Linux kernel patch v3.20 is here https://lkml.org/lkml/2015/2/9/534

And Linus has merged it to the official tree https://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/commit/?id=1d9c5d79e6e4385aea6f69c23ba543717434ed70

Please share this for awareness. 

#Linux   #Kernel  
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Oh look, more resources for learning to code. :-)
There are so many programming languages to choose from if you want to learn to code or continue your programming journey. This collection of free programming books introduces 24 languages, from C to Scheme.
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For Those About to Rock still doing web development, We Salute You.
 
Shout out to Max Guglielmi - your library is awesome.  Thanks!
This script adds to any html table a filter by column feature that enables users to filter and limit the data displayed within a long data table
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Another free album on Google Play Music. This time it's Mötley Crüe - The Greatest Hits.
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Get 2 GB extra Google Drive space just for doing their security checkup. Promotion ends February 17th.
 
Happy Safer Internet Day. #SafeOnline

Have plans for the big holiday? Never heard of it? No problem. Celebrate today, or any day, by taking control of your account security with this 2-minute Security Checkup. Do it by 17 February 2015 and we’ll say thanks with a permanent 2 gigabyte bump in your Google Drive storage plan.

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This is a stellar deal for the want-to-be-devs among you.

Kudos to +Alejandro Beltran for sharing it with me.
Pay What You Want: Back-End Developer Bundle. Learn Python, Ruby & PHP w/ 8 Courses of 95 + Hours of Programming Bootcamp
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FYI: Soylent is hiring a Chief Database Architect, if you're willing to move to LA.
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No desire to live in places like LA, SF, NY, where the cost of living is so high that you could live better elsewhere on minimum wage.
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A dear friend of mine could use some help. Please re-share.
Recently, I publicly admitted that I have a neurological medical condition. To do so was extremely difficult for me, but what I'm finding even more difficult now is asking for help. My blog post that explains more about my condition is available here . Due to my medical bills and my car breakin...
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Dude that sucks. I'll help soon. Remind me tomorrow because I haz my hands full. 
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Loud, dirty, crappy food. Uncomfortably warm in here. Flies swarming around food and tables.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
This Best Buy is about 15-20 mins away from me. I decided to buy a Chromecast, and since I was already on their website, purchased it there with in-store pickup thinking it would be ready for me at the counter when I got there. Apparently, I was wrong. About 15 minutes after checking out on the website, I get an email saying "We've received your order, but please wait to pick up", they were "verifying stock" and it would take up to 45 minutes for them to bring the product up to the counter, and I would receive another email when it was ready. Over an hour later, I canceled the order through the website and drove down to the store. I counted 6 employees and two customers, including myself. They weren't busy whatsoever. I walked to the back of the store where the media streaming devices were, and grabbed one of the 17 Chromecasts sitting on the shelf (yes, I counted) and brought it up to the register. Took me all of about a minute to do that. Not sure why the store employees couldn't get that done within an hour. The only reason they're getting two stars at this point is because the cashier was friendly, and didn't try to sell me a ridiculous replacement plan on my $35 item.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The fried rice was awesome. Far too packed at lunch time (~noon). Was told 10 min wait. Ended up being about 30, then took a long time for them to take our order, then took a long time to get our food. Food was good enough that I'll definitely be back though.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great subs, but how difficult is it to make a sub *without* lettuce, when it's specifically selected in the order itself, manually listed in the "special instructions" comment box, and ends up printed on the receipt attached to the bag?
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Amazing tacos.
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reviewed a year ago
We had sesame chicken, hot and sour soup, and General Tso's chicken. All of the food was sub par. Basically like Panda Express, but with less flavor. Disappointing. :-(
Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago