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A few months ago, I found myself frustrated by a confluence of changes in my life and changes in laws regarding health care. As frustration always does, it caused me to think. When I said something about it, a friend of mine suggested a book about health care policy that he quite liked.
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+Google+ +Android Notifications were perfect in 5.0! Why would you strip away such amazing functionality? WHY???
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http://storytimewithpetey.blogspot.com/2015/09/the-sacred-heart.html

#blog   #Paris  there is beauty and inspiration to be had, although we sometimes have to look for it.
Last Sunday, I missed church. The website a friend had shown me that lists the congregations of my church in Paris was out of date, so when I showed up 45 minutes early, the meeting was almost over. Crucially, I'd missed the sacrament (called by many names, including Holy Communion and ...
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TL;DR: pre-tenure professor chooses what matters most at the risk of tenure and, as a result, finds runaway success.

As I'll be applying for tenure-track jobs this fall, this article is especially relevant and poignant for me. I imagine I'll revisit this post for inspiration when times get tough. Thanks, +*****​!
Even before I got tenure, folks have told me they're “looking forward to an academic advice post on tenure.” I've found it easy to write academic posts on just about every topic. Except this one. I got tenure over a year ago, yet every time I've tried to sum up my views on tenure, I froze.
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Thanks for sharing, Petey. :)
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http://storytimewithpetey.blogspot.com/2015/07/my-search-for-truth.html

On today's Sunday edition, some thoughts on why I'm a scientist and why I'm religious. (TL;DR: they don't contradict each other)
I was the kid who read encyclopedias for fun. I still am, although my status as a kid is up for debate. Encyclopedias offered a wealth of information on virtually any subject I could think of. I loved school (well, I loved the parts of school that had to do with learning).
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http://storytimewithpetey.blogspot.com/2015/07/privacy-made-easy.html

Easy ways to protect yourself, all in one convenient list. Now with commentary! #blog
A friend recently pointed me to a list of privacy tools. It's well organized and explains why it makes the recommendations it does. It has a strong bias towards free (as in open source) solutions because they can be subjected to scrutiny that simply can't be applied to proprietary products.
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grub rescue works, y'all
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Everything is fine. Nothing is ruined.
 
As we pick through the secret, 2,000-page treaty, we're learning an awful lot of awfulness, but this one is particularly terrible.
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Is there a way to follow a stadium on +GoogleNow​? I don't care about the sports team; I just want to know when the road from the highway to my house will be a circus so I can take another route.
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I don't know. Maybe I have yet to enable that feature. It sure would have come in handy the other night...
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A man was looking to hire a driver for his carriage. He interviewed a few potential candidates. One asserted his ability to drive within a foot of a precipice without losing control of the carriage. A second bragged about his ability to drive within an inch of the edge.
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Dear +Google, please release a 5-inch phone that works on Project Fi before I need to travel internationally. Love, Petey.
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I think we'd all be better off without a lottery - even if lottery funding all went towards poverty aid programs.
 
Last month the Atlantic highlighted one of the most shocking stats I had ever seen. In 2014, Americans spent $70.1 billion on the lottery.It’s hard to put that number into context, but as the article points out, that is over $230 for every man, woman, and child in the U.S.It is also more than the combined amount […]
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The food was typical of Indian food - that is, delicious. The service was superb and the restaurant was clean. I definitely recommend this restaurant.
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I was excited to find out that my friend John owned Laketown because I'd been thinking about doing some sound work. Not only was my friend professional and capable; his whole staff was friendly and professional. Their store has different pieces mounted for demonstrations. I was even able to test to see if my iPod would work with just the USB connection or if I'd need an additional cable (sometimes the case), as there were speakers connected to the stereo I'd decided to buy. Everyone there was knowledgeable. I saw other customers while I was there who also had good experiences. Everything is working fine and I don't have immediate plans to do more work on my car. But when I do, I'll be sure to return to Laketown.
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