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Now that is cool. It would seem like a massive project though
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Great overview by +Josh Suereth on what's coming in SBT 1.0 (yes! 1.0!!). Personally excited about the modularity improvements, and client-server mode (paving the way for single, coherent, responsive build state management for all IDEs/editors). I also appreciated the highlighting of the strengths of SBT and the many powerful things it does for us behind the scene (that we often take for granted!).
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Except now, there has developed an urgent need for research on the subject of sexually abused bees.
 
The researchers who discovered that bee stings on the penis are painful—by testing on themselves

"Yellowjacket: Hot and smoky, almost irreverent. Imagine WC Fields extinguishing a cigar on your tongue."
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You're a MONSTER.

That's what they said.
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Segmentation Fault: Core Eaten.
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Mobile data networks have come a long way since I started down this road with my original Sierra-wireless aircard two-card set. IIRC the "theoretical" max data rate was 9600bps. 
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Working in an office building full time and truly feeling a sense of gratitude to whomever was the evil genius inventor of the e-cigarette. To me, this seems to be a solution that may significantly reduce workplace violence.
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:) no, it's not exactly the same, but not bad, either. The one I have tried is the disposable by "blu" which costs $10 and contains equivalent of two packs of cigarettes. I don't care for the regular flavor (doesn't taste like tobacco to me) but the menthol flavor is fairly nice. I was a big skeptic about these things before I tried them (having found patches, gum, etc to be mostly just a placebo). The e-cigs are not like that, though, they work nicely.

There are people trying to ban these now, for who knows what justification. They can't stand to see other people happy I think and imagine when they do that it is somehow at their own expense.
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Damn proprietary bullshit. No wonder it's so buggy.
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Not a single comment in there though.
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Worlds greatest rock and roll band for 1/2 century and counting. Really hoping Ill get at least one more chance to see them in concert.
 
50 years ago today, The Rolling Stones' debut album, "The Rolling Stones" was released in the U.K. 

Like you need an excuse to throw on some Stones. ;) http://tun.in/zejxg
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Wow, remember when Google was just a cute, little toddler? Here's a snapshot taken when it was barely 25,000,000. What's funny to me is the instruction: "Search the web using Google". So, clearly, this is quite some time before the ubiquitous adoption of the verb "Google" to mean "Search the web"
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Wow I never knew Google had a Yahoo!esque exclamation point.
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At university they called geology "rocks for jocks" because it was purported to be the easiest class one could take there.
 
word of the day: rockhound.

As a free man, Andy had been a rockhound, so he asks Red to get him a rock hammer, a tool he uses to shape the rocks he finds in the exercise yard into small sculptures. —Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption

Rockhounding = Amateur geology. See Rockhounding

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