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http://www.pocketnc.com/ +Matt Lorence  $4K for a CNC on your desktop. What do you think?
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I've been following this since the kickstarter campaign.  I desperately want one (but can't quite afford it at the moment).  I've several ideas for things I need to make already.  Nothing that truly justifies the cost of course, but a compact 5-axis machine that's so well designed is so cool it pretty much justifies itself.  :-)
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npm : node as Gentoo : Linux, and not in any of the good ways.
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The recently emerging aversion to the discipline of packaging and building from sources, and rather relying on live pulls from continuously changing 'JIT' remote archives cannot end well
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I'm trying to build the steward from source. I can't get node-hid to work. It's required by the steward, and the steward works in the Raspberry Pi image that has been distributed, so how does node-hid not work?
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I made it run on Windows 10 by using latest nodejs and updating some of the dependencies. Plus I excluded a lot of library in configuration file because I mainly run Insteon network.
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Since Star Wars has heated up again, anybody remember this t-shirt from the Atlanta Linux Showcase in 1999?
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Dear +Google+ why do you keep showing me the same posts just because I commented on them? What kind of m0r0n designed that??

Look at how your notifications work: strict time order, and once I've seen a notification or dismissed it, it goes into the 
Previously Read section. Well, posts should work the same way. This isn't hard. I could do it with Usenet 30 years ago. Get your shit together.
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Nobody is surprised by that, Michael, AND nobody cares either.
 
My Dear Friends, When I was a child, they said there was no way this majority-Protestant country of ours would ever elect a Catholic as president. And then John Fitzgerald Kennedy was elected president. The next decade, they said America would not elect a president from the Deep South. The last person to do that... View Article
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well, yeah, duh. =)
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Dear +Google Photos when I search for a pair of floating point numbers separated by a comma, please show me the photo that I took closest to that lat/lon. That is all.
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I'm not terribly surprised that there is no map with thumb nails. Given Google's dominance of search, I am surprised that searching for latitude and longitude doesn't give you the nearest photos. If you search for the name of a town, you get the photos that are nearest it.
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It's a pretty neat pair of falls. I've been there. Climbed to the top.
 
#Multnomah #Falls es una cascada en el Oregon lado de la garganta del río #Columbia, ubicada al este de Troutdale, entre Corbett y Dodson, a lo largo de la carretera histórica del río Columbia. El caídas cae en dos pasos principales, divididos en un caídas superiores de 542 pies (165 m) y una menor caída de 69 pies (21 m), con una gradual 9 pies (3 m) caer en la elevación entre los dos, por lo que el altura total de la cascada se convencionalmente da como 620 pies (189 m). Multnomah Falls es la cascada más alta en el estado de Oregon. Se acreditará mediante una señal en el lugar de las cataratas, y por el Servicio Forestal de los Estados Unidos, ya que la segunda cascada más alta de todo el año en los Estados Unidos.  Sin embargo, existe cierto escepticismo que rodea esta distinción, como Multnomah Falls aparece como la cascada más alta 137a en los Estados Unidos por la Base de Datos Mundial de la Cascada (este sitio no distingue entre cascadas y de temporada durante todo el año)
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+Russell Nelson - I'm barely familiar with Oregon.  We just went up the Columbia River gorge on an afternoon lark when all of those huge fires were burning in Oregon and N. California.  At Crater Lake we couldn't even see the lake from the rim because of the smoke.  And there were so many people and cars that we decided that we ought to revisit things in the off seasons.
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Google's storyifier is obviously getting bored and looking for things to story because I haven't gone anywhere in a while.
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18 days in your room?  Ya... you need to get out a bit more.  :)
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Why is this code:
            (sitename, sitehtml) = getSiteInfo(cur, form['siteid'].value)
better than this code (it's Python, but that doesn't matter. Also, assume that both pieces of code work equally well).
            siteid = form['siteid'].value)
            (sitename, sitehtml) = getSiteInfo(cur, siteid)
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+Russell Nelson  "If it would work either way, then the variable couldn't have been used anywhere else."

Or you made the corresponding change elsewhere. If I want to play logic puzzles, I know where to find them.
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Research Engineer, Contract Coder
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  • Clarkson University
    Research Engineer, 2009 - present
  • Self
    1991 - 2007
  • Open Media Now
    2007 - 2008
  • Cloudmade
    Community Ambassador, 2009 - 2009
  • Hewlett-Packard
    Engineer, 1981 - 1983
  • Clarkson University
    Code Monkey, 1986 - 1991
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Potsdam, NY - Corvallis, OR - Baldwin, NY
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Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY 13699
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If you want me to circle you, post something you think I'll find interesting and mention me in it. Otherwise there's no chance that I'll circle you.
Introduction
I'm the original Russell Nelson on the Internet. All others are russie-come-latelies. My Internic handle is RNN3. I'm the Russell who was on the OSI Board for 13 years. I'm the Russell who maps on http://osm.org. I'm the Russell who knows where every railbed in New York State ran. I'm webmaster@quaker.org .
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Having my GPL'ed code running on more CPUs than RMS's GPL'ed code (McDonald's cash registers)
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  • Clarkson University
    MSEE, 1979 - 1981
  • Clarkson University
    BSEE, 1975 - 1979
  • Baldwin Senior High School
    1971 - 1975
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I have stayed at the Bawa for many years now, probably a total of 2 months. I have always found the staff helpful. The rooms are nicely equipped, at least the newly renovated ones are. And they are obviously reinvesting in the building, because they are installing aluminum cladding on the entire building.
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