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John Teague
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Founder of GEMServers. We build and deliver enterprise ready, progressive web applications. Google Cloud + Polymer + WordPress Evangelist.
Founder of GEMServers. We build and deliver enterprise ready, progressive web applications. Google Cloud + Polymer + WordPress Evangelist.

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Don't sit idly by and allow this FCC chairman, a former lawyer for Verizon, to turn over what and when you see internet content you choose. Tell the FCC to vote against this proposed rule change that's bad for small businesses and worse consumers.

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This year's support salary study. Thanks +Help Scout

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If you've not seen this, you should. It will change how you view food production on a global scale and what you can do about it.

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cron.weekly is a newsletter for Linux sysadmins with news, tutorials and tools! Subscribe via @CronWeekly or at http://cronweekly.com/

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Particularly informative issue of cron.weekly. check out the read on Ubuntu abandoning Unity for GNOME. I admit I have mixed feelings about this. I contributed to Ubuntu in early days, and found the Desktop to be pretty unstable. Unity brought stability, but at the cost of isolating the district away from it's OSS roots. My company only runs Ubuntu desktops with a few Macs for in-house graphic design. I abandoned windows in 1997 and moved to FBSD, then Ubuntu. Never looked back.

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The House just voted to wipe out the FCC’s landmark Internet privacy protections
http://wapo.st/2ovG48K

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NEXT 2017! Google putting on an amazing show, as always.

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crib.weekly is always a great read. My team looks forward to reading and discussing it's offerings every week, and we always learn something new and useful.

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John Teague commented on a post on Blogger.
A wonderful example of one Googler's initiative, growing into 50+, that patched a serious security vulnerability across thousands of open source projects.

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John Teague commented on a post on Blogger.
Google is fully committed to open source initiatives. We know because we collaborate on and use the exact same OSS products they do everyday.
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