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It's hard to pick a favorite quote from today's #LeadChangeGroup  post from +David Dye but I think I need to go with "You  Can't Beer Your Way Out of Poor Leadership"! 
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3 years in the making, this clock contains everything from a simple wristwatch and contains no microchips.
I. The project. Simply named " The Clock ", this piece of art is not only doing what is supposed to do "keeping time" But also is visually extraordinary. What you see, is not only the time that it shows, but all of the electronic parts that you would find inside the microchip of a wrist watch if ...
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Did you know the Choir has a Sacred Music Library that lets you find your favorite songs from specific general conferences? You can explore and download any time. Start now!
Did you know the Choir has a past performance music archive that lets you find your favorite songs from specific general conferences? Perhaps you heard a song during last April’s general conference that you keep humming but can't quite remember the title—you’ve come to the right place. Here are some easy steps on how to use the archive:
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I really like this paragraph:

The ICAO code for Rapid City Regional Airport is KRAP. That’s also a good description of Rapid City’s weather. Its temperature might be 30 degrees in January — or just as easily -12. It’s snowy and windy and prone to big, unexpected winter storms. And it has a thunderstorm on almost 25 percent of days from July through September, more than the national average.
Most every American has some basis to complain about unpredictable weather. As a mid-latitude country with shining seas and majestic mountain ranges and fruited, wind-swept plains, we’re subject to...
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"Until you stalk and overrun, you can't devour anyone." - Hobbes
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I think Google forgot to send my phone the lollipop upgrade.
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cul·pa·ble
\ˈkəl-pə-bəl\
adjective
: deserving blame : guilty of doing something wrong
Full Definition
1 archaic :guilty, criminal
2 :meriting condemnation or blame especially as wrong or harmful <culpable negligence>
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pec·ca·ble
ˈpekəbəl/
adjectivearchaicformal
adjective: peccable
capable of sinning.
"we hold all mankind to be peccable"
Origin
early 17th century: from French, from medieval Latin peccabilis, from Latin peccare ‘to sin.’
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You’re coughing, you’re congested, and your head hurts. You’re achy and feverish, and your throat is killing you. A quick Google search reveals that you probably have the flu. What’s your next move...
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Thank you to the anonymous guy who helped push our van through the icy intersection on Wadsworth and 26th tonight! I hope you made it home safely after helping us on our way!
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left my power supply at home today (happy monday!). Hoping my computer makes it to lunch time!
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One of the benefits of having a laptop type that's common at work is it's easy to find a spare lying around.

Ask me how I know.
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In August 2013 I wrote a piece over on iMore about how EA had destroyed a once fine mobile franchise, Madden, by introducing a freemium hell. Paying for apps versus not paying for apps and getting fleeced by in-app purchases is an argument that will never, ever go away, but I've started… #android
In August 2013 I wrote a piece over on iMore about how EA had destroyed a once fine mobile franchise, Madden, by introducing a freemium hell. Paying for apps versus not paying for apps and getting fleeced by in-app purchases is an argument that will never, ever go away, but I've started thinking about it again this past week. It started when the long awaited expansion to Monument...
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    Computer Science, 1995 - 1999
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    Senior Software Engineer, 2011 - present
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    Senior Software Engineer, 2008 - 2011
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