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Tad Marko
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Attended University Of North Texas
Lives in Flower Mound, TX
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I have to agree with this article.
Richie Porte broke the rules by taking a wheel from Simon Clarke, but should the UCI have imposed such a steep penalty?
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Not just for evil? I use nmap daily for system and network administration tasks that would be much more difficult otherwise.
If SSH is the Swiss Army knife of the system administration world, Nmap is a box of dynamite. It's really easy to misuse dynamite and blow your foot off, but it's also a very powerful tool that can do jobs that are impossible without it. When most people think of Nmap, they think of scanning servers, looking for open ports to attack.
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OOhh, add a big scrolling red led display that shows the IP/MAC addresses of the DHCP device and then a warning showing the bogus IP address that was just handed out.
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Finally rode the new bike. This may be the windiest ride I've ever done.
Duration: 01:35:23,HR Avg: 159,HR Max: 208,Calories: 1377kcal,Distance: 22.79mi,Speed Avg: 14.34mph,Training Load: 291
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Cool man!
You can see the 'flat' on the rear tire, just past the bottom center-line toward the back. It has been sitting on that spot for a while; I'm guessing was only moved recently for the photo.
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Newsflash: Don't believe all the hype about being "over the hill." New research shows that cycling helps you age optimally: http://oak.ctx.ly/r/2ay83
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Cool stuff!
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That looks very uncomfortable and quite dangerous.
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These are finally reaching a level that is interesting to me.

#minipc   #intel   #linux
The Intel Compute Stick is a tiny computer with an HDMI connector on one end. Plug the device into the HDMI port on your TV or monitor, and you’ve basically got an all-in-one desktop that can run Windows or Linux. Intel introduced the Compute Stick at CES in January, and it’s expected to hit the …
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I still like my Campy Chorus, but I did almost go to Ultegra on my latest bike.
After living with it for two years, it's clear to us that Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 is the best mechanical group in the world
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Campy has the pedigree , and cache...i owned A couple of groupos myself ...you have to agree that there was a time when Campy seemed to be standing stil in terms of inovations. The first gen. Dura ace s.t.i. was just a fantastic system. It manage to killed Suntour and put Campy on notice. Today all seems equal its just a matter of taste.
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I must be more optimistic than Greg KH, and anyone who knows me knows that while I may often be optimistic, I'm also good at seeing where things may go bad. Not only did I expect this, I'm wondering why it took so long, and I'm wondering why it's still such a small step.
 
File under "things I thought I would never see".
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Fortunately, they can't put anything in the kernel tree without going through Linus. They could create their own DE or some sort of set of extensions in an MS distro, but, I'm perfectly fine with that.
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Interesting perspective.
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Merry Christmas! Did you get a Raspberry Pi for Christmas? If you did, there's a blog post especially for you at www.raspberrypi.org/merry-christmas-got-a-new-pi/.
If you're here because you got a Raspberry Pi for Christmas, then Happy Christmas – and welcome to the Raspberry Pi family! If you're just here for fun, then Happy Christmas too! The Raspberry Pi is a computer that you can use for all sort of brilliant and useful things, from learning to program ...
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Yay!
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SinoVoip is prepping an BananaPi M2″ 3update built with a quad-core Allwinner A31 SoC, while LeMaker has begun shipping a competing A20-based “Banana Pro.”  #Linux
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Education
  • University Of North Texas
    Computer Science, 1985 - 1993
  • Lewsiville Highschool
    1981 - 1985
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  • Fueland, Inc.
    Senior Software Developer, 2007 - present
  • Blackhawk Network
    2007 - 2007
  • MetroSplash, Inc.
    2003 - 2007
  • Fuel Links, Inc.
    2001 - 2003
  • Sabre Holdings
    1998 - 2001
  • Firepond, Inc.
    1996 - 1998
  • One Up, Inc.
    1994 - 1996
  • Playfield Industries
    1990 - 1994
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Lewisville, TX - Dallas, TX - Syracuse, NY
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I've been seeing Dr. Dunham as long as she's been practicing in Flower Mound. She's simply the best family practitioner that I've ever been to. She's relaxed, direct and funny, but also professional and thorough. She also doesn't over-prescribe medication or treatments. When making a referral, she tries to match her patients with doctors who are not only capable and professional, but also a good match for her patients' personalities. In my opinion, any bad reviews here probably say more about the reviewer than the doctor.
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