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+Susan Rose​ knows someone on the Sanders campaign. They seem to be a FOSS shop.
 
Anyone I know on the Clinton or Sanders campaign? (I.E. Employed)
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register right now. I mean it.
 
Time is running out! Register today!

Pre-registration for Ohio LinuxFest 2013 ends at 11:59pm on Wednesday, 9/11/13. After that, registration will have to be at the door, and will carry a $5 charge for Basic registrations. So don't get caught, register now and beat the rush.
Registration. OhioLinuxFest 2013. You MUST sign up for an account (or login to an existing account) on ohiolinux.org prior to registering. Note: Pre-registration ends at 11:59 pm on Wednesday, September 11. After that only walk-in registrations will be available, and will be $5 for a Basic ...
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I have been registered for weeks!
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be heard by the Free Software community
 
Time is running out

I know, you have been meaning to send in your proposal for a talk at OLF, and it would be a dynamite talk. But you have to actually send in a proposal, and time is running out to do that. The Call for Talks ends on 7/8/13, which is one week from Monday. So you need to get it done today! 
Here you can submit a proposal for a talk at the Ohio LinuxFest 2013. Talks are 50 minutes, generally 40 minutes with 10 minutes for questions. We seek talks in a huge variety of subjects, for people who range from experts to those seeking to learn what Free and Open Source Software is.
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Twitter is likely built on FOSS components, but the service itself is not. There is a free service https://identi.ca/ that is based on code you can download.

Sadly, neither service has committed to running IPv6 yet.
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The Free Desktop program of Austin Tx, Reglue, now has their own Google+ page. Check them out!
 
This is our new Google+ page.  We hope to keep everyone up to date on what we do and how we do it.  Hundreds of people in the Linux and Free Software Community have aided Reglue in getting computers into the Hands of Tomorrow.  Helping us build the Bruno Knaapen Technology Learning Center is just one of your achievements.

We couldn't have done it without you.
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For all you Microsoft users of the mid-90's
 
OK! This is what I'm talking about! +Ken Hess is right! This is how MSFT should revise Windows 8! :-) 
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Starting this morning, I have become "a runner." 2 miles. It is what my heart can handle so I need to be proud of it.
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Congrats!  I've started running too -- me and my dog Nick are running about 5k 3 times a week now (been running since Feb), stick with it, it gets easier.
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Sorry to hear that Google+ is out of the door. I will try to find everyone here on Facebook. If you don't do Facebook and want to stay in touch, I am on linkedin. And of course, email: bethlynneicher at g  mail dot com. Thanks for all of the fun.
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Yeah, what's wrong with Google+?
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register today!
 
Register now for Ohio LinuxFest 2013

Registration is open now, and we want to see lots of people sign up. If you are going to the OLF Institute for the awesome training, there is a fee. But regular attendees can can still come for free by re-registering on the web site. And then check out the hotel deals we have for attendees coming from out-of-town. Do it now, then sit back and enjoy our news posts while you anticipate being at OLF 2013.
Registration. OhioLinuxFest 2013. You MUST sign up for an account (or login to an existing account) on ohiolinux.org prior to registering. Basic Registration - Cost: FREE. Basic Registration allows access to: Early Penguins talks and Ubu-Con on Friday, Sept 13; Birds of Feather sessions Friday ...
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My "Cheers" is now famous.
 
David Eads runs FreeGeek Chicago, 'an Apple Store for the rest of us'
by Mark Guarino of The Christian Science Monitor.
"We take the scary stuff out of computers. For those who fear computers, it's the best way to deal with fear," Eads says.
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I just signed up for my first race. Sat June 8th!
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wow sending you best wishes
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Great opportunity to help a great cause.
 
Ohio LinuxFest is looking for an OLF Institute Chair

Ohio LinuxFest is looking for someone who can take charge on this important part of the conference. OLF Institute is the Friday track of professional training that has proven to be very popular. We have gotten great response to this in the past, but making this happen requires someone who can be very organized and who can understand what the pros are looking for in training. You might be that person! If so, please write to us at team (at) ohiolinux (dot) org
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This is a grocery store which also has a pharmacy. Do not expect departments like clothing and electronics because it is not that type of store. As far as grocery stores in South Kenwood, this is pretty good but very small. Free off-street parking. Rotisserie chicken. Drug store. Diapers and formula. Organic milk. Prices far better than Treasure Island. Better stocked than Save a Lot. Very clean unlike One Stop. Areas where it lacks: The deli counter is limited to just meat and cheese. There are no counters for bakery, butcher, and seafood. No space for hot soups or salad bar. No indoor parking.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
The children's library is a good size with a play area. Thank goodness that there is a changing table in the ladies room. I might reconsider my star rating after I have a good chance to check out the adult racks. Admittedly, I have not yet. While the building has an elevator, I have not been upstairs to browse since I fear that it might be tight to navigate. The space is obviously a historic beauty and they did a good job trying to make it accessible so I can't be too critical of the place. It closes at 6 Tuesdays and Thursday which seems early to me. Other patrons on Monday night agree as the place is jumping until 8pm.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
simply the best wonton soup. ever. exceeds anything that you will find in Chinatown. Large shrimp paired with kale. one star is held back from this place because panhandling is an issue in this plaza. therefore, I always do delivery.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The store itself is clean, organized, and well stocked. Unfortunately, there is no parking lot security. When coming and going from the store, you will experience multiple solitation requests. It is a shame because the South Side needs businesses like this but I won't be back. I go to the South Loop store on near Roosevelt where they have a gratis, secured, well-lit parking garage.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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They are closed. Hyde Park Herald reported on it. Sadly, they could not sell enough shrimp to make rent. The other location will not deliver to Hyde Park. What a loss.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I went in to this location on a Saturday at 2pm. The line was never longer than 3 people deep, as I observed as I prepared my package. They close sharply at 2:30pm, so get yourself through the door before then. Shipping supplies were somewhat out of sorts but at least the inventory was ample. This location would be more useful if it had a kiosk to weigh and buy postage, but that doesn't seem to exist in the South Side. Based on my one visit, they get 3 stars, as I found them friendlier and more efficient than 55th St PO.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I work in this building. This is why I am apalled that the management yelled at me because I sat in the outdoor patio while waiting for friends to join me. Yes, I bought food and drink and the total was over $7 for a snack. No, it really was not that busy. This place is too pricey and prentious. Even though I am a "captive audience," especially with the long winter ahead, we won't be back.
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