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Linux nerd, carpenter, farmer, photographer, musician, and all-around tinkerer
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Author of three books: Linux Cookbook, Linux Networking Cookbook, and the Book of Audacity, plus hundreds of Linux howtos for various publications. Anyone can do anything, and you're never too old to learn something new.
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Trying to parse how a decision to betray partners and employees is moral.
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+Matthew Williams You're welcome. Forks happen, that's life. Trying to kill a company and taking away people's jobs is unforgivable. For all their nattering about community, they left out the part where they hurt members of the ownCloud community, their own colleagues and friends.

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Don't have the budget for a christmas tree? UNIX is here for the rescue ;) Just type 'tree | lolcat -F 0.6' ‪#‎Fun‬ ‪#‎Terminal‬ ‪#‎Linux‬
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"1906, Curtis was approached by wealthy financier J.P. Morgan, who was interested in funding a documentary project on the indigenous people of the continent. They conceived a 20-volume series, called The North American Indian.
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Noble savage” stereotypes aside, Curtis’ vast body of work is one of the most impressive historical records of Native American life at the beginning of the 20th century"
Edward S. Curtis spent more than 20 years documenting over 80 tribes across North America.
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Totally missed that #Dmidecode 3.0 came out three months ago. """The changes from 2.12 are as follows:

* Support for SMBIOS 3.0. This includes new chassis types, new processor family names, new processor family upgrade names, new slot types, and new memory device types.
* Support for the new 64-bit entry point (SM3) defined in SMBIOS 3.0.
* Support for the new kernel interface (as of Linux v4.2) as an alternative to relying /dev/mem to access the entry point and DMI table.
* Decoding of Acer-specific DMI type 170.
* Decoding of HP-specific DMI types 212, 219 and 233.
* Various minor fixes and output format cleanups. """"
http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.hardware.smbios.dmidecode.devel/182
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"You know I can't breath in this thing"

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Kdenlive has so many tools that some often get overlooked. Seth Kenlon takes a look at 10 of the best.
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Of course it's not about abortion, or saving babies, or family values. 
 
Don't ever apologize for Planned Parenthood with the "it's not all about abortion" defense - the other side doesn't care. They constantly move the goalposts of "abortion" from surgery to drugs to "abortifacients" - which is more like "abortofacetiousness" - with the ultimate goal of reducing women to brood mare chattel.

When they believe ignorance is a blessing and women getting cancer is a small price to pay if it keeps one teen girl away from sexytimes, well, from there to pipe bombs and active shooters is not a great leap...

http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2015/12/1/anti-abortion-groups-target-iud-use.html
A rapid rise in the number of US women using intrauterine devices has led to attacks from groups that oppose abortion
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Eyes without a face.
I give this a solid meh. The building is old, and suffers the same flaws as every hotel I've ever stayed in-- too damn noisy. The doors slam, and you can hear your neighbors talking, their alarm clocks, blaring their TVs, and thundering up and down the hallways. It is sheltered from traffic noise, so that's one plus. The rooms are small, the beds hard, and our hot water came and went, which made washing up or taking a shower unnecessarily adventurous. The staff are excellent and helpful. The main thing I want from a hotel is a good night's sleep, and I've yet to find one that has a clue about this.
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