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Patrick Mullins
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IBMer, Infrastructure Specialist (Linux), Technocrat, Gamer, Husband, Father, Gentleman, Über Geek
IBMer, Infrastructure Specialist (Linux), Technocrat, Gamer, Husband, Father, Gentleman, Über Geek

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Looking for an awesome external backup disk? Check out the Samsung T3 (http://amzn.to/2rQvjUQ) external SSD drive. I own one myself and I routinely see 400-500MB/s reads and 400MB/s (or better) writes. All this boils down to super fast backups and restores. Definitely one of the best purchases that I've made in the past year or so.
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The latest version of Firefox (and its Electrolysis tech) is blazing fast. You wouldn't think that separating each tab into a different process would make that much of a difference, but it does. Thank you, Mozilla, for creating such an awesome, open web browser!
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A huge thank you to the folks over at Linksys for fixing our (previously) abysmal WiFi. Our two installed Velop nodes are kicking ass and taking names! 
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Thank you Dell for making the best Apple MacBook accessory out there! #usb-c #docks http://amzn.to/2r2a0LL

I just paired up the Fostex T20RP MK3 with my Apogee Groove AMP/DAC and I couldn't be happier. This is about as close to aural nirvana as you're going to get for $500. 

I think there's something seriously wrong with me. I now have multiple virtual servers running on Digital Ocean, Amazon Lightsail, Google Compute, and Scaleway. Oh, yeah, I'm a nerd. I forgot. lol

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So these just showed up. 😃👍#sennheiser #pxc550 

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Did you know that March 31st is World Backup Day? Check out the site and then do a backup! http://www.worldbackupday.com

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Espresso, my favorite web editor, has been radically re-engineered and it's awesome! ‪@macrabbits‬ http://espressoapp.com

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Are you concerned about the GOP's recent decision to allow your ISP to track and sell everything you do online? If so (and who wouldn't be?) you can fight back by always using a VPN and/or encrypting your DNS traffic. Take a look at DNScrypt for more information. #privacy #security https://dnscrypt.org
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