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Naomi Black
Naomi loves transit too much.
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Bittersweet.
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Bittersweet.

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More detail on 0.11.1 and 0.11.2 also in my post on the mailing list: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/ngmaterial/wQxAn286MCs
Angular Material v0.11.2 has been released!

We are now building bug PATCH releases each week; available for bower and npm updates.

These will not include new features or general Pull Request merges. Those types of changes will be released with the next major release.

Meanwhile master will remain our development branch and will reflect the current code functionality and will contain both bug fixes and PR merges.

https://github.com/angular/material/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md

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Angular Material Design 0.10.0 is available
Our release candidate is all grown up! Check out http://material.angularjs.org for a first look at Menu, as well as new community-contributed FAB Speed Dial and FAB Toolbar. Thanks to +Topher Fangio for the two new FAB components, and +Ryan Schmukler for Menu. Onward and upwards! 
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Laverne Cox is beautiful. 
I deeply admire her for seeking out her own truth, and for speaking up about the complicated intersection of gender and beauty. Love this interview in the Guardian. 

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+Marcy Sutton is one of the superheroic developers I've got to know better through Angular. Her contributions to Angular's ngAria and our Angular Material components help developers to easily and effortlessly develop accessible web applications. I'll miss her on our weekly Angular Material syncs, but I'm excited about her new role at Adobe. Thanks, Marcy! :)
Today is my last day working full-time on Angular Material, as I'm joining Adobe as an accessibility engineer in early July (I'll still contribute to open source, but with a reduced presence). To recap what I've learned, I wrote one last post for the Substantial blog: http://substantial.com/blog/2015/6/4/working-on-a-large-open-source-framework/

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Shout-out to the amazing Laura Palmaro and the many folks working to make Google products more accessible. I'm excited about the Impact Challenge program to fund more research into innovation that supports greater independence for people with disabilities.

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The BBC have a wonderful two-part radio adaptation of Ursula K. Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness, up for a few more weeks.  It's marvelous.

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Ha. As I recall, 1886 was not such a great year for Nikolai Tesla. Coincidence?
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