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John Yeary
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Java...drink it, and write MVC model 2 n-tier enterprise applications with it.
Java...drink it, and write MVC model 2 n-tier enterprise applications with it.

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I can’t say enough about how impressed I am with the Blogger Importer plugin from WordPress. If you are trying to convince someone to move from one blogging platform to another, you need to provide awesome migration tools. This tool worked amazingly. I…

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I want to take some time to point out some of the plugins that I have installed on my blog and used as part of migration from Blogger to WordPress. In my post Online Broken Link Checker Tool for SEO article, I mentioned how to track down broken links.…

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This is a very technical read about a very promising technology. I know many of my friends have had to deal with a stroke in a family member. This can help reduce 30 day mortality rates, and possibly prevent further damage if introduced early in the stroke.

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This is such a simple concept. Anyone who has ever siphoned anything can understand this. A very clever device indeed.

I made chicken parmesan tonight with garlic knots and a mixed greens salad. I finished it off with Red, White, and Blue Pie. Yum!

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Safe and non-explosive. Can we get these yesterday?

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This is a neat concept, but it is not green technology friendly. "The towers don't require pesticides or even natural sunlight. The last part is particularly bothersome. Later, they note: "One of the biggest struggles for the company is the energy usage cost from the LEDs..." I am not surprised. This could be a viable solution for the big city though, and with larger more self-contained high rise "cities", it could be the only option.

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This sums it up best...

“This is one of the best projects I’ve worked on in my career,’’ said Peter Smith, associate professor of digital media at UCF School of Visual Arts and Design. “Initially, we were like, ‘Can we do this?’ But the first time we showed it to the kids, it’s like a light bulb went off over our heads.”

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