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Pretty cool article to see as I am reading Ringworld.

Gizmodo: A New Type of Dyson Sphere May Be Nearly Impossible to Detect. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwgICviyE
Over fifty years ago, physicist Freeman Dyson proposed an awesome, if slightly insane, idea: That an advanced alien civilization might construct a massive, energy-harvesting sphere around its star, and bunk up inside.
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State environmental officials ordered not to use the terms “climate change” or “global warming” in any government communications, emails, or reports.
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Windows 93 in your web browser???

A nice time waster.
hug + hack = infinity
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The author of this article says he regrets writing this, but I think he was right the first time.

I think the new OSX operating system is awful. I experience daily crashes that take me back to the login screen and kill everything I was in the middle of working on.

I regret ever updating my operating system.
Apple has lost the functional high ground. January 4, 2015 • ∞http://www.marco.org/2015/01/04/apple-lost-functional-high-ground. Update: I regret having published this. Apple's hardware today is amazing — it has never been better. But the software quality has fallen so much in the last few ...
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A five year old article that helped me out today.  Extracting #SIDs  from #ActiveDirectory  using #Ruby   #LDAP  library.
Getting user and group information from Active Directory via LDAP is nearly easy, but I came across one hurdle. If you retrieve a user, you might get something
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Mozilla offers Polyfill-as-a-Service
Polyfills are a fantastic way to enable the use of modern code even while supporting legacy browsers, but currently using polyfills is too hard, so ...
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#Docker  and #Mircosoft  announce a partnership.  This is awesome!
Today, we announced an exciting set of joint initiatives with Microsoft, including: Extending Docker to Windows with Docker Engine for Windows Server; Microsoft's support of Docker's open orchestration APIs; Integration of Docker Hub with Microsoft Azure, and; Collaboration on the multi-Docker ...
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Boo +Microsoft Corporation.  What happened to your cool new attitude towards open source?  I was starting to think things had really changed.  I hope you setup a way for the end user to dual boot into their operating system of choice.
For ease of use, many users prefer installing the latest version of Windows combined with older versions or have Linux as backup. Microsoft confirmed Windows 10 wouldn't allow dual OS support in branded devices.
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IBM's mainframes of the 1960s are based on an interesting technology - Standard Module System cards or SMS cards. These cards, created in the early years of transistorized computing, each implement a simple circuit on a board...
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During the last two weeks I had fun playing with the BLE protocol of the Nike+ FuelBand SE, a device to track daily steps, calories, time, etc. I've completely reversed its protocol and found out the following key points: The authentication system is vulnerable, anyone could connect to your device
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Philae lands on a comet!
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Interesting read about protecting intellectual data when you make a map.  #cartography
Two mapmakers made the place up. It wasn't real. Then, oddly, it popped into being. I am not making this up. It happened. Then it un-happened.
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Systems Specialist and Web Develper
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Ruby on Rails, javascript, HTML5, PHP, SQL, CouchDB, Linux, UniBasic, Datatel/Colleague, CLI
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    Web Developer, 2002 - present
  • High Point University
    Systems Specialist, 2013 - present
  • High Point University
    Database Reporting Analyst/Programmer, 2013 - 2013
  • High Point University
    Web Developer, 2008 - 2013
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Open Source Programmer, Full-Time Systems Specialist, Freelance Web Developer, Husband, Father of two
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Open Source Programmer, Full-Time Database Reporting Analyst/Programmer, Freelance Web Developer, Husband, Father of two
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  • University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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Don't waste your time here (Vann York GM Auto Park). They are either incompetent or dishonest. I found the car I wanted at a great price. They let me test drive the car, take it to get checked out by my mechanic, bring in my trade-in, and let me wait about 30 minutes to close the deal before telling me the price was $3500 more expensive. They said the wrong price was shown on the car. Then they tried to sell me a different car. It felt like a "bait and switch". I would never do business with this company after this experience.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Been going here for 30+ years since I was a boy. They are nice and the dentists are great. They have really smooth hands and are really good at minimizing pain. Based on stories I have heard from friends and family, not all dentists are this good. I travel 30 minutes from another town so I can still come here.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The food is good and there is consistent service/quality. It is my favorite local Mexican restaurant.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Consistently good food and usually good service. Seen the kitchen and it isn't gross (a big plus for me).
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Stayed here over a dozen nights. Service, cleanliness, etc are consistently great. Sofa bed in suite is terrible. Everything else is good or great.
Public - 3 years ago
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