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For the first time since about 1982, I took a pen, put it to paper and drew a maze. I'm pretty clearly rusty at this, but I still thought it a fine effort after such a long hiatus.
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Fine effort indeed. !! Kudos
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Hey Seattle area folks:  I'll be giving my presentation, the Well Tempered API, twice on successive nights in your area:

Bellevue, WA on 9/8 (https://goo.gl/A6UYdz )
Seattle, WA on 9/9 (https://goo.gl/Iz7H0b )

This is your chance to see me play baroque music on an electric bassoon and give a technical lecture about software engineering at the same time.
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I like your lectures.  But you knew that.
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Ready for #PyOhio, my shippable high fidelity technical presentation live musical performance standing ergonomic workstation with parasol. 
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Sorry I missed your demo at QBT :(
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+Paul Barden​ (Paul Barden) practices his art on the waterfront in Astoria, OR
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63 seconds perfectly still in the woods at night. 
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Wow! If you ever want some of those wide-angle flat-top white LEDs I have to spare, let me know. 
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The Greenhouse Living Room that I started last Spring has reached its peak. The plants are at maturity. I cannot keep up with the tomatoes. This sort of space can be made quite cheaply. Perhaps I ought to blog about it someday. 
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Yes please
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LED project has moved from trail lighting to marking the river water line and random placement in trees. These lights have been placed on the opposite side of the river from our favorite North Beach here on the farm. The effect is poorly represented by a photo, the effect is really quite stunning in person. 
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I have posted a small album with photos of some of Lars' designs. 
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I can't find anyone to give me a ride for the 45 miles North to pick up my new bike.  Unfortunately, that means my first experience with it will be trailering it rather that riding it.  https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CIW44e9UEAA4WGM.jpg
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Nice bike Lars! What model is that?
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good-bye #LastPass, my trust is no longer with you or any in your entire cloud based market segment: https://blog.lastpass.com/2015/06/lastpass-security-notice.html/

Many cloud services use back-end systems that tout the rather esoteric concept of "eventual consistency". I suspect that really means that eventually all the data will be compromised.  Perhaps we ought to rename "cloud based systems" to "clown based systems".
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This risk is still low, but that's the sort of thing that's why I have always refused to store my password db in the cloud.
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Routing me 70 miles out of my way to a #tesla charger, the car recommends that I spend no time there. OK, not going.
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Hum.  I thought they had that problem licked with the latest update.  The initial implementation of the supercharger routing had a very inconvenient bug where if you put in a destination that is far enough to need a super charger, it will always start with the one that is closest to you, even if it is in the wrong direction.  That bugged us a few times on our recent trip to Memphis.
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I spotted this buck in the yard this morning.  As this season progresses, this guy is going to have a severe ingrown antler problem that may blind his right eye. 

Earlier this year, he was in the fenced rose garden and panicked when he realized that there were people around.  He flew into the fence, not clearing it and got his head caught.  After struggling and flailing about for several minutes, he finally broke through, leaving a big hole in the deer fence. 

Later I found what looked like a bloody bone on the ground.  It was the broken off nub of his right antler.  This is the first time that I've seen him since that day.

He's not going to have a good summer.
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It's a fashion statement ;-)
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Deep in the forest, always watching, but rarely seen, caught for a moment, but then lost in the dusk, was it real?
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