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Lasagna is a surprisingly effective antidepressant 😃

Hooray! I have my broadband back :-D

Dammit! My Shaw cable modem went on the fritz tonight. And the soonest they can send someone out is Tuesday. I am reduced to my 3G Rogers service on my iPad 🙁 and I'm going to go the whole weekend without broadband Internet! Aaaaaargh! I may have to go.... outside!?!!

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This is the first public preview video of the in-development virtual world Sansar by Linden Lab. I'm very, very lucky to be one of the first few people allowed to beta test this new environment, which works well and looks gorgeous, even if you don't have a virtual reality headset (saving my pennies to buy one, though!). 2017 will be the year that virtual/augmented reality hits the mainstream.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbGOIpmzJjQ

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Can't sleep (again; might be due to a change in my meds). Listening to some Carly Rae. This album came out last year and it holds up well.

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This made me laugh.

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Well worth the read.
While I don't support, or respect, Islam, or any other religion for that matter,  this article is a lone voice of sanity among today's craziness:
http://www.juancole.com/2016/07/france-gandhian-response.html
The standard politicians’ responses will just make things worse.

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This is going to come as a very unpleasant surprise to someone at some point...
I predict that if they start charging for Windows after banging on everyone to upgrade for free, it will be the end of Windows.
For the average user there is no reason why they need a full version of Windows on their computer at home. I prefer PC gaming, but it isn't necessary. And I prefer a full Office suite and a few useful utility programs. But for the price and the hassle I've been thinking the PC I've got at home will likely be my last. If Microsoft pulls these shenanigans, then they've made my mind up for me.

My apologies for the Forbes link, beware of their ad blocker policy. 
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