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Could not agree more with #tonyabbott on this: "Sure, party rooms or caucuses choose leaders, but once they've gone to an election, things have changed. It's the people that hire and, frankly, it's the people that should fire"

Call a general election now Tony About and let the people decide.

(I suspect this is as good as one of Tony's election promises.)
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#Straya "We couldn't read your meter..."
“"We couldn't read your meter - Energy Australia"”
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"... especially when [it is] innocent until proven guilty in our system"

Is this the same innocent until proven guilty granted to asylum seekers?

Or is this the 'innocent until we've backed some kangaroo court and then trumped up charges which are retrospective to score cheap political points?'

You can't have it both ways.
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"What have Muslims contributed to Australia apart from crime", yet another illogical statement made by an uneducated and racist person. " Escaping from what you 'dumbo'", I already stated that these refugees are escaping war zones. How would you like it if your children were beheaded by ISIS? Because thats what these people are escaping. But of course, you've never been to any of these war zones where children are walking without all 4 limbs, so of course you can sit behind the safety of your computer and make idiotic statements. It doesn't matter what race they are, or what religion they believe in, because they are human being and they should be treated like humans.
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Great raspberry pi review. The reviewer covers all the pros and cons and has a similar experience to the one I have with my kids in the classroom.
An open-source computer that encourages you to look inside
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Well I guess this is the best apology Julia Gillard will get from Tony: “But, in the end, the responsibility that I have to the Australian people is to do what’s right in the circumstances that we find ourselves in. When circumstances change, sometimes you’ve got to adjust what you do.”
Prime minister also says he was not aware of growing backbench dissent and appears to blame Philip Ruddock for not alerting him
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Red Hat CIO Lee Congdon reflects on the advantages open source offers over proprietary solutions in the enterprise including flexibility, agility, speed, and more. "If you can’t compete on agility, you’re going to get left behind by the competition. Open source enables technology agility, typically offering multiple ways to solve problems," Congdon says: http://red.ht/1DX3qI9
I work with IT teams that are so passionate about Red Hat’s open source mission that they bring a "default to open source" mentality to every project we work on. We’ve been quite successful in finding open source solutions for many of our business needs. Naturally, we turn to our own open source solutions for our operating system, middleware, and cloud needs. Beyond that, we always seek out open source solutions first for our other business needs...
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Maybe some press pundits should acknowledge these statistics.
 
Some mobile platform market share numbers from 2014. 

Android 81.5%
iOS 14.8%
Windows Phone 2.7% 


While WP might clearly be "the third OS" as it's a a lot above BB it really hasn't enough units out there to justify any development efforts for the platform. It will keep on dying the slow death.
Who will be the third? Where do we find it?


Source: http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS25450615
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Crowd funding at its best.
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Fedora 21 running on the +Raspberry Pi 2!  I didn't realize they switched to a microSD card slot.  The biggest one I have is 2GB and all the prebuilt images require 4GB minimum afaict.  So I downloaded the Fedora 21 minimal armhfp image plus the Raspberry Pi github repos that contain the boot firmware, kernel, and modules and used them to brew up an image.  +Fedora Project

http://mirror.pnl.gov/fedora/linux/releases/21/Images/armhfp/

https://github.com/raspberrypi
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