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About time too...
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Hola, John. Lamentablemente, no me entero de ná. Ya sabes, los idiomas no son mi fuerte. Seguro que el vídeo que publicas es muy interesante y habla de programar. Bueno, no te preocupes la música del vídeo mola, así que ponte bueno pronto que tengo ganas de hacer música con Ud. Un abrazo muy fuerte.
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It's back! Loads of androidy goodness (Broken sword included!)
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#Fedora  has let  me down after 2+ years nearly trouble free... Recent update has sparked connection issues on 2 different machines - after a while of head scratching and fiddling, I thought it may be time for a change, so I've installed #sabayonlinux  on the laptop, and so far I'm liking it a lot.  It's very fast and light compared with Fedora.  Now to see how it stands up to constant hammering and abuse :)   
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When I started using Fedora, it was clearly faster and lighter than ubuntu (which I'd been using since early days).  I have to say,  re unity and gnome3 - I think both have their pros and cons,  but both are very nicely designed, usable DEs.  Like +Steven Hale though, ultimately, KDE won me over for versatility.  
Talking about configuration though,  that's what I love about a /home partition....  Brand new OS,  and 95% of what I was using, including desktop settings, etc,  are as and where I left them... 1/2 hour tops and working! 
Try that with windows :)
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I shudder to think how long it took to do this... takes "why?  because I can" to a whole new dimension...
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Ahem...
 
A good one for #sciencesunday ! 
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+Paul Williams I love that one!
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Great way to improve the banjo record collection...
ViralSweep - Win a trio of banjo CD's and a Deering Banjo cap!
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Just found out it's Lefthanders day...  This confirms so much!! 
What do Barack Obama, Paul McCartney, Bart Simpson, Angelina Jolie, Oprah Winfrey, Prince William and HuffPost UK's editor-in-chief Stephen Hull all have in common? They're all left-handed - just like 10% of the world's population. Today is Int...
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This looks amazing. They just seem to get better.. .
Support the Open Animated Feature Film!
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Android 4.3 just hit gnex and nexus 7 
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I suppose the api is there and available, so more will appear. It would be nice to have a decent official App...
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Sounds familiar!! Authorization http://xkcd.com/1200/
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Programming, cycling, running and music... with penguins
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Known in some circles as Slartibartfarst...
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Very friendly service, lovely clean and spacious rooms boasting excellent views of the Sierra Morena. Certainly one of the nicer hotels around Córdoba. The hotel has ample facilities and is ideal for a family stay. It is quite a way from the city centre though, so own transport would be preferable (having said that, there is a bus stop close by).
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reviewed a month ago
Really nice food in lovely surroundings. The staff were friendly and polite. A wonderful serendipitous find!
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
We had a lovely meal here. The food was lovely, very original, but still firmly Italian. The staff couldn't have done more to make us feel at home. They are clearly (and rightly) very proud of their little cafe. Wholeheartedly recommended.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 3 years ago
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Very friendly, welcoming shop. Very knowledgeable staff. I've rarely seen such an array of high quality instruments in one place. It was a long drive for us to get there but well worth it. Thrilled with the banjo! !
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