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Well, the IPv4 party is over: http://bit.ly/1OwLWbW - perhaps it's time to seriously think about this IPv6 thing...
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"STEAM 4 LIFE will allow students to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, but not learn them in isolation. We must transform our dilapidated computer lab into a STEAM makerspace for students to Learn, Innovate, Find Solutions and Explore their future career possibilities. (STEAM 4 LIFE) This is a full-blown curricular elective course focused on hands on exploration at the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade levels.
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STEAM 4 LIFE will allow students to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, but not learn them in isolation. We must transform our dilapidated computer lab into a STEAM makerspace for students to Learn, Innovate, Find Solutions and Explore their future career possibilities. (STEAM...
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Would you watch Jaws, in the dark while floating in the water?
 
Could there possibly be any scarier way to watch 'Jaws'?  I'm guessing no. http://goo.gl/TWi6OH
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Fabulous read from Thomas Piketty on Germany's own history of debt relief, vs its current stance towards Greece:

"We need to look ahead. Europe was founded on debt forgiveness and investment in the future. Not on the idea of endless penance."
In a forceful interview with German newspaper Die Zeit, the star economist Thomas Piketty calls for a major conference o…
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This is a disgraceful turn of events. Let's replace a key founder of our country instead of a president who is reviled for his abuse of the Indian nations and generally considered a poor president.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Federal Reserve chief-turned blogger Ben Bernanke is calling for the U.S. Treasury to abandon plans to drop Alexander Hamilton from his featured spot on the $10...
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Whenever I consider using an ORM library on my Android projects, I always end up abandoning the idea and rolling my own layer instead for a few reasons: My database models have never reached the level of complexity that ORM's help with. Every ounce of performance counts on Android and I can't ...
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+Jerry Hildenbrand said it perfect. That's exactly what I took away from I/O this year. 
Android M promised to be beautifully polished and smooth. New developer tools help bring the same to the apps we all love. Google I/O 2015 was pretty awesome if you're an Android fan. The new features coming to Google Now are an incredible display of machine learning and will tell us more about Skrillex than we ever wanted to know. The new Google Photos looks like a great (and...
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HTTP/2 support is now in nginx trunk: http://bit.ly/1KjBQ8k - woot.
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To be true to reality the nutritional facts should include data on if you just eat the marshmallows and throw out the cereal.
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I can only imagine this is a "piracy tax" -- that publishers expect a certain percentage of people who "borrow" an ebook to circumvent DRM. So they charge a much higher price to libraries.
Why aren't there more e-books on your library's virtual shelves? Libraries say it's because big publishers are charging them up to $85 per copy — and they can't afford it.
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And Bethesda attempts to steal large portions of my free time yet again.
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At Froyo Fresh this afternoon with my daughter, she loves this place. Really great selection of ice cream and frozen yogurt, lot of toppings and really, really great staff. We're here at least once a week.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Gio's is a fun little Italian and Mediterranean (Greekish?) cafe that I would highly recommend to anyone, especially those with a serious desire for pizza. Great draft beer selection, the food at Gio's is very good but the pizza in particular is truly fantastic; Don't get a salad. Skipping right to talking about the pizza, I would recommend eating there or taking out only if you are travelling a short distance. The crust on their pizza is a wonderful, thin dough crust but that can cause it to become a little floppy while traveling. That said, reheating in the oven crisps leftovers right back up. I can't help mentioning that I would steer clear of the salad. The lettuce seems to be pre-shredded bagged lettuce and the vegetables topping it were just a little poor quality. Who wants a salad anyway when the other Italian and Mediterranean food is so outstanding.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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