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So, my brother +Reid Anderson has woodworking and furniture design skills.  He made this for my living room!

Now I have to figure out how to make the rest of the room look half this good...

#woodworking   #furnituredesign  
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That is beautiful looking work..  I wish I had the skills and the time to do more stuff like that.
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A friend of mine works on doing scientific computations that predict whether (or how well) a catalyst will work for a given reaction.  This is a cool animation that shows how catalysts work their magic.
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This is an easy way to switch to using strong passwords that you don't have to remember.
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Yeah. I suppose that is left as an exercise for the user. You could do some kind of simple hash pretty easily though.
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I've never heard a crow make such a pretty sound - it was very odd.

You can sorta hear it right away and then again at around 32 seconds...
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It's the XM. Was it near a portal?
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My company has produced a thought-provoking 30 minute documentary about two hospitals in India and the Cayman Islands that are taking a radical new approach to health care - with an emphasis on making life-saving operation affordable.

Considering how much money we spend in this country to treat heart disease alone (dozens of billions per year), we can't afford to ignore the fact that there is a way to cut the costs in half and still maintain the highest standard of care.

The smallest mistake can lead to a huge amount of pain and suffering for a patient, for a family and for the social welfare system that ends up picking up the pieces when a life is shattered.  I'm proud to say that the ambition of my company is to provide tools for the industry that will reduce these mistakes and transform healthcare in our lifetime.
How do you bring low-cost heart surgery to those who can't afford healthcare? Could $1,400 surgeries in India change everything for the U.S.?
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I have one of these and if anyone is looking for an awesome media center for their living room - I couldn't recommend this enough.
The dovetail box houses the intricately constructed and turned legs. The doors both allow the use of conventional remotes and look fantastic in this piece. The case is finished with an oil based varnish and buffed with a hard wax.
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#renewableenergy   #california  

As more and more houses put solar panels on their rooftops, the utilities are forced to increase their prices - driving more people to put panels on their rooftops.  This is the solar power / big utilities death spiral and this is why PG&E killed CA-SB 843.

You see, one of my problems with living in silicon valley is that housing is waay out of my reach.  I've been renting for years and will be for the foreseeable future.

But, you know, I want a piece of the renewable energy pie.  I want my electricity to come from the sun or from wind or from water.  This is where this legislature comes in to play.

With these laws enacted, it will at least be possible for a group of people to collectively own a farm of solar panels and then use the revenue from that power to offset their local power usage.  Renters, are you listening?
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Oh, law of unintended consequences, you always manage to surprise!
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I had the fish and chips with lake trout; it was sooo good! The onion rings were good too and I was able to sample just about all the other types of fried fish that our group ordered. The selection was interesting and very fresh. The views from the back deck were great. My only wish was that there was more seating; we had to spilt our party of 9 into two tables.
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Holy cow this was good Thai food. I had a curry I had never seen before and it was awesome. They really do make it spicy. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
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This place has been here for a long time. There pizza tastes three times better when you have spent a week canoeing in the woods, but it's still pretty good regardless. I liked their Uf Da supreme pizza. I didn't like that they were playing something PG-13 on the TV at noon, though. However, they changed there channel when we asked them to.
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The food here was awesome and I loved the ambiance. It's pricy, but it's one of the better new restaurants I've been to in Madison. The cocktails were very well made and interesting combinations. The fried chicken was probably the best I've had in Madison.
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It was a great little spot to visit before getting food in town. There is a great place to hike on the other side of the lighthouse with beautiful rock formations and pools. The crashing waves can be very dramatic when it's windy. It would be a great place to come for a sunrise. It's not the best place to come with children who like to run around and climb on things; there are places where they can fall into the water and it could be hard to get them out.
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Good coffee in Grand Marais! They only featured three brewed coffee blends while we were there, but the ones I had tasted fresh and strong. Their espresso drinks were also good. I was able to order an entire air pot for our group breakfast for $15; they just asked that I return the pot when I was done with it later in the day.
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This is one of the most beautiful state parks in Wisconsin. We like the south shore because it's a bit less crowded and there's a section of the beach where you can swim with your dog. The only downside is that cell service is lacking, so coordinate your meeting place in advance if you are with a group.
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