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Keith Rowland
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A pretty good round up that should convince you.
Eliminate the Fear of Fat After many years of low-fat diets and calorie counting being the go-to weight loss solution, science is finally proving the oppos (Page 2)
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I'm not sure they so much want to kill it as want to be transparent, we all want it to be transparent so we can read what it's going to be, before commenting. There might be some hidden trickery in there, remember Obamacare.
Vote scheduled for Thursday, but Pai and O'Rielly want at least a month's delay.
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Not surprised
Healthcare.gov just can't catch a break -- it's been targeted by hackers and shared personal information with marketing companies in the past six months,
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Yea, that's what cable subscribers what, more commercials.
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Interesting. 
Since President Obama is sticking with his narrative that climate change is effecting more Americans than terrorism is, it's time to take a hard look at the settled science he's hanging this idea on in the first place.
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I think this guy is in real trouble. You can't sell a firearm to a felon. No matter what your intent you still released the information against the law.
Security consultant Mark Burnett has just published 10 million passwords along with their corresponding usernames. It's a thoughtful offering to other researchers--but a legally risky move given the current legal situation surrounding hacking.
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I learned today how to fight this lie.
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Loved it, 3 mins of iPad magic

The original skeumorphic iOS was designed to make digital stuff more tangible and physical -- but I'm not sure these amazing magic tricks were exactly what Jobs had in mind.
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This week, two men in Central California were indicted on laser strike charges.
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Ah! The 70's
Earlier this month, Moog announced that it would be reissuing an extremely limited number of rebooted instruments from the company's extinct line of crazy modulars from the 1970s. You'll probably never actually get to play one, but at the very least you can revel in the magnificent demo in the video above.
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FAA actually making common sense rules.
A newly leaked document by the Federal Aviation Administration may offer a first look at upcoming regulations for drones, and the laws discussed appear to
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Never knew these even existed, these are cool!
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Internet Radio Broadcaster, Web Publisher, Picture Taker, Computer Support, Wifi Guy
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    Engineer, 1990 - present
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Mesa, AZ - Portland, OR - Pontiac, Mi - Southeastern Michigan - Grants Pass, OR - Las Vegas, NV - Portland, ME - Bismarck, ND - Coeur D' Alene, ID - Reno, NV - Butte, MT - Ironwood, MI - Lake Tahoe, CA - Walla Walla, WA - Duluth, MN -
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I make a living helping people with websites; designing, programming and/or deployment by hosting and administration. I use Macs myself, but supporting Windows users has been a good job. I have built WiFi systems for the outdoor recreation industry, RV parks, campgrounds, senior living communities, etc. 

I am a technology fan and entrepreneur in Website Deployments, Internet Engineering, Audio-Video Production, Software Programming,
 Electronics, Computers, Ham Radio and Podcasting.

I'm currently experimenting with photography, taking pictures of whatever interests me. I don't know what kind of photographer I am yet, I just take pictures and post them

My Amateur Callsign is KG7EL on ham radio. I'm not very active but would like to be. I have a limited station setup, as I am mostly mobile. I have the Advanced Class license.

I'm willing to take on any challenge and will learn whatever it takes. I've built Linux systems for web servers, administered Microsoft enterprise products, designed and installed WiFi systems, integrated web technologies into websites and generally leverage my technical skills into many solutions. In between projects I socialize on the web, using Google+.

I travel around the country in my 40-foot Country Coach diesel pusher motorhome, taking pictures and helping people with their technical needs.

My dream job would be to travel to various cities across the country, help setup, design, support, train on technology products or networking infrastructure, and then move on to the next challenge. 

Anyone need a traveling IT guy?
Bragging rights
I was the webmaster for the nearly famous Art Bell. Back in the early days of the internet, I blazed a trail of how to do radio programs on the web!
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  • The World Wide Web
    Internet Engineering, 1995 - present
  • Lawrence Technological University
    Electronics Tech, 1976 - 1979
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