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Ruby Sinreich
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Excellent webinar series kicking off January 14! We'll be chatting with 20+ different activists, artists, researchers, and youth about how the process of storytelling bridges their cultural and civic/political engagement.

Check out the link for more info about the guest speakers and the calendar of events. #civicpaths  
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Fantastic!
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I'm getting the felling that none of you watched this video because you are not posting "OMG, rad" like you should be.

Watch this video, people!
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"Today, the Freedom of the Press Foundation is launching a major new initiative to ensure that any newsroom can create a simple and secure way for whistleblowers and sources to anonymously contact journalists. The project is called SecureDrop and it is built on the open source whistleblower submission system originally designed by the late Aaron Swartz."
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My close friend and favoritest mayor of all time and space +Mark Chilton  bringing truth and justice to the N. C. Legislature last week. Join us every Monday to keep it going!

https://www.facebook.com/events/587977384569667/
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So Twitter and Dreamhost have got me in a catch-22 and neither seems willing to help through their formal support channels. It sucks to know you can give money and content to a company for so many years, and have them still not give a rat's ass about you nor the security of their own services.

I am going to start drafting an FBI complaint tonight, but I'm making one pitch for everyone to share my story far and wide in the hopes that maybe it will reach some people at Dreamhost and Twitter that can actually HELP. If this isn't stopped soon, my finances could be at serious risk not to mention other problems I probably haven't even thought of yet.

Please share my post http://tmblr.co/Zf0UXvm3FtvN via all your social channels. If you know someone at either company, please contact them personally and let them know that you know me, that I am the real me, and that I badly need their help.

Thanks to everyone who has already been doing this. You are the best.
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Hello Google+ Team,

Fuck you.

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Yeah, exactly. Like they need to save "rubyji" for something?
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Thank you for putting together!
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* Thank you for putting THIS together, TTA!
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I had to fight back the tears in the end.  Thanks for sharing.
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If you want to add extra security to any other services not mentioned here, just search for "2-step" and the name of the site you want to use it with. I've been amazed to find how many have multi-factor authentication, but don't really advertise it.
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Beautiful and informational election visualizations.
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Activist geek, social network junkie, open source fanatic, Buddhist, feminist, localist, mommy.
Introduction
Ruby Sinreich is the founder and editor of OrangePolitics.org, a progressive multi-author blog with a vibrant community discussing local issues around her hometown of Chapel Hill, NC. Professionally, she specializes in strategies that connect people to each other, sometimes known as “network-centric advocacy,” “social media,” “Web 2.0,” or “grassroots organizing,” depending upon what type of geek one is.
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Durham, NC
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Chapel Hill, NC - Poughkeepsie, NY - Miami, FL - Weybridge, England
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I came. I saw. I got my fish and chips on. Went for the classic cod, but they have a wide variety of seafood. Tried to split a large with my dad but we could only eat about half of it. We ate on the takeaway side, not the dining room.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Have been here twice and the food is good. I had lemon channa chicken (excellent) and a fish dish (good). I also ordered raita, which was not on the menu. It turned out to be plain yogurt with cucumber peel chunks in it. (I can and do make it better at home.) The service is minimal after they harangue you into the door. They seem to have 2 or 3 locations (all next door to each other), so I hope I'm reviewing the right one.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
It was near where I was going and the food was solid. I like this type of menu where I can pick a dish and the protein of my choice.
Food: GoodDecor: Poor to fairService: Good
Public - a year ago
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This place is so comfortable, friendly, cheap, and incredibly well-located if your kids like the playground at Paddington Rec (as mine does). I've never had the entrees but the sandwiches are nice and simple.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Lovely place. Nice and comfortable but also stylish. Food was excellent.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I'm not sure if this is run by the same friendly Americans that used to own it on my last visit. But the food is still fine. I had an English fry-up for breakfast and was pleased to see they had turkey bacon available. There seemed to be a lot of disorganization on the front end (eg: cashier seemed new and didn't know the price of things, no ink in the credit card machine), but the food was still good.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago