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ben capozzi
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Why Yes, I AM Looking for Meaningful Work!
Why Yes, I AM Looking for Meaningful Work!

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Lawdamercy, what have I allowed to occur?! The whole heritage apple orchard was largely overrun last year by a wild hops vine, hence the twistiness of all those trees, but this!!—THIS will require some cleaning to sort out scion from rootstock and figure…
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Crossed branches on one of our hazelnut bushes. The rubbing is creating damage and an entryway for disease, so it'll have to be cleaned up. This will be this bush's 3rd year on the property, I think. Looking forward to some hazelnuts before too long!
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Once you’ve seen it, you’ll always recognize it. North America’s largest native fruit tree, and an escapee from the tropics: Asimina triloba, commonly known as the Paw Paw.
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I’d LITERALLY just cleaned out Dr Frasier Crane after my trip up north and here I junk him up again! Picked up more straw from Abbot’s: we need it to cover grass seed in the front yard and for our large raised bed, “The Barge.”
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The birds have been out scratching for seed, and they should be finding some! We’re putting out a cup every day for them.
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Woo! Dusting off the cobwebs of my Google+ profile!
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Building G+ business page for my gallery. Is art nudity allowed here?
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New G+ Profile pic. Self-portrait. Pen. Ink. turntable.fm
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Speaking of Steve's passing, there is a part of me that hopes for a 'Daemon'-esqe (@DanielSuarez) chain of events to be initiated upon Jobs' death. Perhaps a much more benevolent one is already afoot in disruptive and innovative corners.
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Where is Apple in there? They don't fall over themselves to be communicative, but their customer service tends to be well-received. In the face of controversy ('antenna-gate' and FCPX come to mind), they tend to wait, deliberate, and then orate. They have a plan and they seem to rarely change deployment or admit errors. Given their financial success and consistently high customer satisfaction ratings, they're doing something right. But I don't think it's as clean as one or the other of the strategies above; maybe they're doing the middle way?
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