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Interested in supporting biofuels? Live in the Ottawa area? Consider this...
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Things have gone pretty well for the two days we have been running so far! If you're not close enough to use our produce please consider a small amount, it will be a real carbon offset for you, no fancy credits but the expansion will more than double our production capacity and every litre we produce is one that doesn't come out of the ground! 
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Happy Summer Solstice, everyone!
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Happy Winter Solstice from the Southern hemisphere :-)
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Just found this cool resource for people interested in working as coders: http://www.google.com/edu/tools-and-solutions/guide-for-technical-development/index.html  Please share around...
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Useful for all and sensitive to government environments: A new resource provides guidance for migrating to free and open source operating systems. The handbook was created in response to one Indian state government's directive for their departments to move to FOSS in view of the withdrawal of support of Windows XP.  Pass it on.
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so cool!
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Tentacles sculpture on roof of Monterey Bay Aquarium. New exhibit on octopus, squid, and cuttlefish is supposed to be very good. Will see shortly.
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Dan Perkins is a national treasure.
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First glimpse at Doodle 4 Google 2014 state finalists:
We are releasing the top 250 Doodles here as a sneak peek before Doodle 4 Google 2014 reaches an end this coming Monday! The following photos represent the top entry from each of the 5 age groups in every state. We hope you enjoy these fantastic and inspiring Doodles as much as we do. Don't forget to check out the winning Doodle on the Google homepage this Monday.  #doodle4google   
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"we need to make blatant misogyny widely regarded as gross and despicable and ignorant the way we have racism, and this time that we means men."
Jessica Valenti: Author Rebecca Solnit admits that even penning a book titled 'Men Explain Things to Me' doesn't stop some men
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It's hard to take pictures of Spinner Dolphins when you're trying to keep up with them underwater. They are much better swimmers than I am  ;-)
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New fav thing to do on the Big Island: star-gazing on Mauna Kea. AMAZING and "only" 9200 feet :)  http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/info/vis/visiting-mauna-kea/visitor-information-station.html
The sky is full of stars!
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Cat, that is why this is on mauna kea: http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/mko/  :P  But I think even at 6-7K feet elevation in the Sierra Nevada's star gazing can be fantastic.
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Great place to stay near the EICC When all the "official" hotels for the conference I was attending were either booked or over my company' travel cap, I choose the Bonham because it was walking distance to the EICC and had good reviews. Very glad I did. When I first arrived and was walking to my room the narrow hallways did not prepare me for the enormous room with a lovely view of the Forth through big, operable windows that I found behind the door to #208. Big comfy bed, stall shower AND deep bathtub - all spotless. Breakfast was plentiful and delicious. My room was so quiet at night I assumed the hotel was mostly empty only to find the breakfast room quite full in the mornings. Plus the neighborhood is pleasant to walk through to my workday, and easy to find a cab in if it's really pouring. I hope I get to come back!
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