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The funniest chart I have seen in a while. The subjectivity chart in the tech workplace :)
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Anyone else noticed that the amount of space you save doesn't really change from time-to-time in the Google Photos app?
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Pistol Shot Recorded at 73,000 Frames Per Second... way cool!

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It's always the phone... #DontInsultTheNerds  

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What has New Horizons taught us?
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I have loved Mythbusters for a long time. They have been entertaining and teaching me things for years.

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GREAT SCOTT!!! 

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So they do realize it's a security hole... But they still want it. 
The director of the NSA, Admiral Michael Rogers, just admitted at a Senate hearing that when Internet companies provide copies of encryption keys to law enforcement, the risk of hacks and data theft goes way up.
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Very interesting history of film and the how it handled darker skin tones.
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I cannot imagine handling code at that scale. 
By comparison, Microsoft Windows—one of the most complex software tools ever built for a single computer—is about 50 million lines.
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RPG programing, web programing, ASP.NET MVC, problem solving
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Midrange and Web Developer, Geek, and Father
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I have been a long-time geek. I started with using an Apple ][e at the age of 4. Later on, I used to have to reinstall Windows many, many times on my dad’s computer in order to fix something I messed up. I originally went to college for networking, but also took the programming track (at the same time) under the guidance of my parents. I now prefer to program computers than fix them. I have been programming in RPG on the IBM midrange servers since 2000 and programming in ASP.NET MVC since 2007. My main focus these days is bringing a more modern look to our older RPG applications by giving them a web front-end.

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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
When we walked in we didn't quite know what we wanted. The salesperson showed us some used CR-Vs in our price range, then informed us that for a couple grand more we can drive away in a brand new CR-V. In the end, that is what we did. They never pressured us to upgrade and they didn't sell on "options" nor did they push the next package level up. We loved our car buying experience here and would gladly recommend them to others.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I thought this place was too expensive for what you get. The roads were bad shape, the camping spots are nothing special, and leaving wasn't easy with all of the people dumping and blocking all exits. The heated pool was quite nice though and the bar looked to be really nice. The trails are also nice. Where you register is confusing though. You need to go to the bar to register.
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Buyer beware. I have never gone to a dealer were the salesperson had to ask his manager which cars to show us then wouldn't tell us the price of the vehicles we were driving. They were friendly, but a bit pushy. We were not impressed with the vehicles we drove nor how he lied about the cargo space vs. a competitors vehicle. They then asked if we see buying from them before we seen any prices of vehicles. They also asked if we thought about raising our budget about five grand. The kicker for me is how they were proud to say that the owners like to get a new vehicle every year and a half. Why? I can't vouch for the quality of the cars, but know what you are getting into at the dealer.
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Public - 2 years ago
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It's a great campground with a water park nearby.
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