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Hey Asterisk peoples!
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With index cards!  I'm copying everything by hand into the Dewey Decimal System.
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A note to any of those considering trialing CitrixOnline's GoToMeeting: The trial requires a credit card number which is somewhat typical, however, they provide no means to remove the card information from their system. They do have a way to change it, but if you change it, there is a validity check on the card number. I'm asking the support rep who says they "can't" remove my card information from their system to either delete my account entirely with all of my information or else, escalate to a manager who can get it done. If they can't do it, then I will consider entering trying one of the numbers listed here http://www.darkcoding.net/credit-card-numbers/ .

This is the first time I've ever had a company refuse to remove my credit card information from their system... has anyone else seen this?
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Finished 5k actually jogged the whole time without walking. My first time to not walk any ! Now i need a beer!
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better late than not at all!

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Piraat is an awesome beer. It is actually quite complex. I believe it's the first IPA that I really enjoyed. Anyone else tried it?

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It's nice, I would almost describe it as like a Farmhouse IPA or something. I like the sour notes but I could I only have one in a night for sure.

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Digium invites developers who are interested in the future of Asterisk
to join us at AstriDevCon.

AstriDevCon is an annual event, held alongside AstriCon - it includes
an in-depth review of progress made in the past year, an open
discussion about the future direction of the project as well as demos
and labs for Asterisk 12. The event is free and open for any active
Asterisk community developer to apply for attendance. It's a great
opportunity to meet the core development team in person, pitch ideas
for new features and functions, and coordinate efforts with others.

Capacity for this event is limited. Preference will be made for those
who currently take part in the Asterisk development community by
contributing, reviewing, testing code and documentation. Otherwise
it's first come first serve, so apply for attendance soon.

For details on the event and registration:
http://wiki.asterisk.org/wiki/display/AST/AstriDevCon

Hope to see you there! If you have any questions feel free to contact Digium's Asterisk Development Team and I at asteriskteam@digium.com. You can also post a question on here and we can respond as we are able.
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Digium invites developers who are interested in the future of Asterisk
to join us at AstriDevCon.

AstriDevCon is an annual event, held alongside #AstriCon - it includes
an in-depth review of progress made in the past year, an open
discussion about the future direction of the project as well as demos
and labs for Asterisk 12. The event is free and open for any active
Asterisk community developer to apply for attendance. It's a great
opportunity to meet the core development team in person, pitch ideas
for new features and functions, and coordinate efforts with others.

Capacity for this event is limited. Preference will be made for those
who currently take part in the Asterisk development community by
contributing, reviewing, testing code and documentation. Otherwise
it's first come first serve, so apply for attendance soon.

For details on the event and registration:
http://wiki.asterisk.org/wiki/display/AST/AstriDevCon

Hope to see you there! If you have any questions feel free to contact Digium's Asterisk Development Team and I at asteriskteam@digium.com. You can also post a question on here and we can respond as we are able.
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Wrote a short post about a small, but nifty new feature in Asterisk trunk.
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Main street cafe + outdoor seating + fajita wrap + mint tea + awesome weather = super amazing lunch time
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You are thinking of Market Street Cafe, that was in providence. Main Street Cafe is in downtown Madison. Main Street Cafe has been around a long while, it's in the old jail by the railroad tracks. Still delicious!.

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Nothing like pancakes w/ walnuts and bananas for breakfast!!
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Visited the 360 Grille at the Marriott Shoals. Food was excellent, service great, view was amazing! If you like old fashioned cocktails then try the Sazerac. They are one of the few places that makes them right!
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great range of options for breakfast! Good service typically and the food is prepared really well. Prices can be somewhat wonky. The drinks are ridiculously expensive at $8 or $9 for some coffee with a little liqueur in it. Some meals are well priced and others are very expensive relative to the ingredients and prep. I recommend the simply Salmon. At $11 it is a huge portion of Salmon and greens. Very healthy and extremely tasty. It came with some spicy apple and onion slices that were amazing.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
My wife and I ate here for a late dinner around 10:30pm. We were quickly seated by our friendly host and waitress Kim. We had a mudslide and the herbivore. Both arrived at the table promptly and the pizza was particularly impressive. Tons of toppings, very fresh and hot. The toppings were balanced and the thin crust was very crispy just like we wanted. Overall only a positive experience with no complaints. Kim was good to us and when we come again we'll try to find her!
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
The new Hildegard's is excellent. Service is fast and courteous. The food (we ordered instead of choosing the buffet) was fresh and hot. I highly recommend the schnitzel with apples, onions and cheese on top.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
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Staff was friendly, prices were appropriate ($6-$8 for a lunch item). The housemade mango juice was great! The lunch special, grilled chicken, beans and rice with sweet potato and plantain was delicious. On top of the great service, food and prices, the décor was excellent! I'll definitely be back to try the bakery items for dessert as well as the sandwiches!
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
We ate here for dinner. Prices are affordable. $8 - $15. Acoustics and atmosphere was poor. Extremely noisy, loud, lots of crying children (obviously that will depend on time of day). Wait staff all seemed new on the job. Our waitress stood at one end of a table of nearly 12 people trying to take drink orders from the far end (rectangular table). The private room is very cramped and doesn't have room for waiters to move around the table, creating a lot of awkward passing and squeezing by people. The food was fresh and hot, great portions. However our meals a pasta combo and a chicken florentine were very bland. Ridiculous amounta of cheese and very little seasoning or flavor. If you love cheese then you'll love this place. Several people at our table loved the cheese. Overall, not a place for a foodie that likes distinct flavors in the food. If you want a pile of cheesy saucey Italian in a noisy environment at a great price then this is the place.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Since chipotle has been in Huntsville it has been very consistent. I've been dozens of times. The food is a sort of tex-mex fare , ingriedents seem fresh and healthy if maybe a bit salty. Overall it always tastes great! Prices are excellent. If you eat reasonable portions then a single bowl is two meals for roughly $7.50. Service is always fast and friendly. Try to get there right when they open or there could be a big line.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago