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Leslie Sox
Attended North Carolina State University
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Ticked off you can't run more than 64GB in your PC? We just smashed through that barrier and went all the way to 128GB of system RAM.
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Although I don't think this is exactly what they had planned the result is interesting to look at. Think of the underlining hex code of pixels and values, the standard for the image format and sorting through the code in the image to understand what is happening. 
Google's image recognition programs are usually...
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It's the protomolecule :) https://goo.gl/BPj2NS
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June 28, 2015 sailing trip from Southport, NC to Wilmington, NC via the Intracoastal Waterway and Cape Fear River.
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How The Turtle Got Its Shell
The ribs of a 240 million-year-old fossil hold clues to how the first turtle shell evolved. And its skull shape seems closer to that of lizards and snakes than to an ancestor of dinosaurs and birds.
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Shark Attacks Along East Coast Climb in Summer Months as Water Temperature Increases

For the most part, the movement of sharks during the summer months is based upon the water temperature. During this time of year, species of adult sharks migrate to waters that are above 70 degrees Fahrenheit and can migrate as far as New York and Cape Cod in the summer. During the winter months, they migrate as far south as the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea.
June 21 marks the astronomical start of summer, and residents living up and down the East Coast will flock to the beaches to enjoy the breeze and soak up the sun’s rays.
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that's what I thought until edward snowden point break
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NC Wildlife Resources Commission

July 4 is FREE Fishing Day in North Carolina!

From 12:01 a.m. until 11:59 p.m., everyone in North Carolina can fish in any public body of water without purchasing a fishing license.

For more information, please read the full news release on the NC Wildlife Resources Commission website: http://bit.ly/1KvJZcy
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but perhaps not so pleasure-full
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A twelve year old girl and sixteen year old male were attacked on Oak Island Beach in North Carolina this year, June 2015. In one attack the girl was riding a green and black striped boogie board and the shark reportedly continued to attack the boogie board after the girl escaped. I had thoughts that the green and black stripes or the image of a hibiscus attracted the shark and that the shark thought the board looked like a fish or sea turtle.. Here is a link to the video report. The boogie board can be seen at 1:50http://www.wral.com/news/local/video/14711839/
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I got an invite for Google Fi mobile phone service. It's a good deal: $20 a month for phone plus $10 for 1GB of data or $20 for 10GB. With 10GB of purchased data you get a refund for the data you don't use. 

"All you need is a Google Account and to live in a U.S. zip code where we have coverage."
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It has 2G of memory and 32GB of storage. It' seems a bit overpriced at $129 but it does include Windows 8.1.
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James Watt and Bolton's development of the steam engine. I visited the London Museum of Water & Steam in 2012!

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The engine that nearly ran out of steam. Continuing this new series of Science Stories, Naomi Alderman tells the story of James Watt and the steam engine that nearly never got made. A breath of steam hits cold metal. It cools suddenly and becomes a drop of water. There an idea. But the designs for Watt's radically more efficient steam engine laid on the shelf in his workshop for years. Watt, a depressive, cautious perfectionist had no interest in...
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I was born in Raleigh, NC and grew up in North Carolina.
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I have degrees in Photonics/Electronics, Computer Science and Geospatial Information Science and Technology.
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I worked in broadband Internet technology for terrestrial and access networks from 1997 to 2009.
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  • North Carolina State University
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