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Scott Edwards
Lives in Wilmington, North Carolina, USA
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  • Systems Administrator, present
    Maintaining a data center based on Hadoop and related software such as Solr, Zookeeper, and Accumulo in a Red Hat Linux environment with HP hardware.
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I'm married to my college sweetheart, Lisa. We have two children, Katie and Nathan. Mean Kitty, Molly and Solomon, round out our family. We live in Wilmington, NC.

I enjoy family time, DIY projects and watching TV (i.e. napping). I also like surfing and fishing when I get the chance.

I earn a living as a wage slave systems administrator. But secretly I harbor fantasies of freedom. I'm a serial wantrapreneur who's interested in web design, marketing and ecommerce.
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A great interview on EcommerceFuel.com. +Andrew Youderian talks with +Dana Jaunzemis about her ecommerce experience.
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Thanks Scott!  Glad you enjoyed it!
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J.T. Gray of North Shore Surf Photos captured this picture of humpback whales playing in the waves at Pipeline. Dolphins do it all the time, but whales are rarely seen doing this. Very cool! #Whales   #Surfing   #Pipeline   #WhaleWatching  
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Very serious internet vulnerability discovered.
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I guess.
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Tell all the little birdies to beware because Molly is on the prowl this morning.
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Oh no!
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Walking Dead is dragging along SOOO SLOW I just can't stand it. Seriously, basically everything that happened this season could have been squeezed into ONE episode. The season finale was nearly half flashbacks. I know they want to drag it out and squeeze out those advertising dollars but I'm sick of it. I honestly don't think I'll watch next season. #walkingdead   #thewalkingdead
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I loved the whole season. 
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This song F'n rocks! Love the strong intro. Royal Blood from Brighton, UK singing "Out of the Black".  #RoyalBlood #OutOfTheBlack
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Katie got all of her long hair chopped off. Looks great!
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She's a big girl now, that's for sure.
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What a great idea! A really neat website. You watch the prices drop until the deal is gone. You have to stay engaged and ready to buy. I bet a lot of time will get wasted here.
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I've never seen this site before. I guess it's relatively new.
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Cyrus Sutton enjoying a sparkling day at Ocean Beach. 

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Jeanne Moos of CNN covers a hilarious road rage incident in which both parties are at fault. One deals with karma immediately when he wrecks. The other finds karma on YouTube where viewers bash her driving and phone use in the comments. #RoadRage #JeanneMoos
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Quite clearly neither are good drivers. But he was the worst.
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