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Dibyajyoti Mohapatra
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A technology hunter, open source fan and a simple person in self-discovery mode.
A technology hunter, open source fan and a simple person in self-discovery mode.

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Happy birthday +Narendra Modi!!

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I just won 10 consecutive matches in #QuizUp! Ten-Tacular! https://www.quizup.com?source=share
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I bet no one see this coming! +Vic Gundotra is leaving Google!

I know it sounds unrealistic but I have a faint hope he comes back to India and does something awesome here :-)
And Then

Last month, my wife's uncle died in a tragic accident in LA when the bicycle he was using to get lunch was hit by a truck. At the memorial service his daughter relayed a very touching story. 

She said her dad (who was her best friend) called every day to talk. But instead of opening the call with the customary "How are you" or "What's going on", her dad always opened the conversation with "And then?" Her father viewed each conversation as a continuation of the last, and what pained her the most was that there were to be no more "and thens". I cried. 

Since then I've thought a lot about how similar this is to our life's endeavors. We pour our heart and soul into our work and it becomes something we love and cherish. But even the challenges we work on today will one day become "and thens" as we move on to the next. 

Today I'm announcing my departure from Google after almost 8 years.

I have been incredibly fortunate to work with the amazing people of Google. I don't believe there is a more talented and passionate collection of people anywhere else. And I'm overwhelmed when I think about the leadership of +Larry Page and what he empowered me to do while at Google. From starting Google I/O, to being responsible for all mobile applications, to creating Google+, none of this would have happened without Larry's encouragement and support.

I'm also forever in debt to the Google+ team. This is a group of people who built social at Google against the skepticism of so many. The growth of active users is staggering, and speaks to the work of this team. But it doesn't tell you what kind of people they are. They are invincible dreamers. I love them. And I will miss them dearly.

Finally, thank you to all those who I've met on Google+. The community here has been so supportive that I don't even know how to say thank you. You all make Google+. Without you, this social network wouldn't exist. Your support for Google+, and for me personally is something I will never forget. 

But, now is the time for a new journey. A continuation. An "and then". I am excited about what's next. But this isn't the day to talk about that. This is a day to celebrate the past 8 years. To cry. And smile. And to look forward to the journey yet to come.

And then....
+Vic Gundotra 



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I need 3.11(or higher) kernel on my Raspberry Pi as it includes a driver I've been hunting for.

Is there any way I can get it(other than compiling myself) installed?

I am using offical Rasbpian which has 3.10.3-rpi kernel, I am ready to switch to any distro.

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Map: Six Decades of the Most Popular Names for Girls, State-by-State

Baby naming generally follows a consistent cycle: A name springs up in some region of the U.S.—"Ashley" in the South, "Emily" in the Northeast—sweeps over the country, and falls out of favor nearly as quickly. The big exception to these baby booms and busts is "Jennifer", which absolutely dominates America for a decade-and-a-half. If you're named Jennifer and you were born between 1970 and 1984, don't worry! I'm sure you have a totally cool, unique middle name.

Notably, the recession seems to have put a temporary damper on creative baby naming. In 2007, eight different baby names made the map—including less-traditional names like Addison, Ava, and Madison—and all carried at least two states. By 2012 the map has just five names, and 47 states went with either "Sophia" or "Emma." A yearning for simpler times?

For your perusing pleasure, here are the maps for each year:
http://jezebel.com/map-sixty-years-of-the-most-popular-names-for-girls-s-1443501909
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Finally the #Mapathon awards are out!
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#programming   #language   #coding

Mot Desirable Coding Language of Programming 
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