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The company plans on commencing 12 launches a year out of its first major spaceport.
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Seeing how they intend to fly the same stages several times with a quick turnaround between launches, this doesn't seem like that good of a site with only 10 launches allowed per year of the current rocket or 2 or the heavy.
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#jokes #humor #comedy #funnypictures #jokeoftheday
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my wife found an absolute gem of a movie.... it was a pefect saturday evening film...
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FBI’s priorities.
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nice!

h/t +Steve Morris 
 
Muzik

A great rendition of a film classic.
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Great to code by :)
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LOL! Love this : )
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We the makers and fixers need to do everything we can to help those in our communities in need.  :) 
By Michael Sulsona of Graniteville In 1971, I stepped on a land mine in Vietnam and lost both legs above the knee. For the past two years, I have been waiting to receive a new wheelchair from the Veterans Administration....
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New Raspberry Pi board.
Main changes are 4 USB ports, SD card replaced by micro SD card, and they ditched the RCA composite output.
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Wasn't the CPU load from 2 USB ports sufficient?
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The Science of Side Projects: How Creative Hobbies Improve Our Performance at Everything

Interesting excerpt: 
"When Google began its famous 20 percent rule (employees could spend 20 percent of their time exploring fun, passionate side projects), the result was a more productive, more creative 80 percent. Side projects boosted work performance."

Check it out - http://open.bufferapp.com/side-projects-creative-hobbies/
Spending your time on side projects or a creative hobby can make you happier, healthier, and more productive. Here's the science that explains why.
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cough this might explain why none of co-workers have ever been diagnosed with cancer....
 
The study of the week! 
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don't everyone start huffing methane, etc!
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+Daniel Jackson found this unknown Transmeta based board in one of Circuitco's old customer boxes.... we can't find any records on this thing... anyone know what it might be?
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+Lewin Edwards That was a PCG-C1Vx (x=N|E) then. Nice device, but I found the CPU performance on the weak side and even after upgrading the RAM beyond spec it wasn't really that much better. It was super slim and really light though.
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Embedded Linux Developer
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I am an embedded systems engineer specializing in the integration of hardware and software at the lowest levels utilizing Open Source tools, bootloaders, and operating systems such as Linux to rapidly produce quality products. Past product developments have included the TCSX-1 thin client for Advantage Business Computer Systems, the M5900 handheld for American Microsystems Ltd., and the PandaBoard for Texas Instruments.

My specialty is complex problem solving to provide rapid solutions to both hardware and software issues. This includes reverse engineering existing legacy projects as well as processing, assimilating and filtering large amounts of datasheets, schematics, software source code, and management specifications.

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  • aka prpplague
    Embedded Linux Developer, 1999 - present
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    Embedded Systems Developer, 2013 - present
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    Embedded Linux Developer, 2010 - 2013
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