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Joseph Pingenot
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Site Reliability Engineer at Google by day, Physicist by night. Hacker all the time.
Site Reliability Engineer at Google by day, Physicist by night. Hacker all the time.

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Some information on the not-so-obvious stuff in +LibreOffice 5.0.
LibreOffice 5.0 under the hood write-up; the bits you can't see by the unsung heros of 5.0: http://www.gnome.org/~michael/blog/2015-08-05-under-the-hood-5-0.html
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I've written my first +Haskell  program that does something interesting. It's still small, but it feels like a big accomplishment.
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Congratulations, GNOMEies!
The best +GNOME  release ever is here with whopping 33525 changes made by 1043 contributors over the past six months!

3.16 highlights includes:
Reimagined notifications
Improvements in Files
Distraction-less scrollbars
Refreshing looks of Image Viewer
and 4 new preview apps: Calendar, Books, Builder & Characters

Check out the release notes to discover a whole lot of changes in & under the hood of your favourite desktop experience...

Grab a copy of live image at https://www.gnome.org/getting-gnome/
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You'll either find this totally cryptic or you'll go "Ow!" 
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Have lunch with yoda, where can you?
It's #SASYodaDay 2015 & Cary, NC, employees get their zen-geek on.
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Very pleased to hear you'll be in the Research Triangle. If you can bring it just a smidgeon further south, I can give you my money too! :)
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Google Fiber is coming to the Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville, and Raleigh-Durham metro areas. Woohoo! Now begins the hard work of building and designing the networks. 

Get updates on our progress at g.co/fiber/newcities

We'll continue to work with the cities in the Portland, Phoenix, San Jose, San Antonio, and Salt Lake City metro areas, and we hope all will become Fiber cities.
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Dang.
"Researchers have uncovered a seven-year-old malware operation that combines advanced cryptographic attacks, zero-day exploits, and well-developed keyloggers to target elite executives staying in luxury hotels during business trips."

Via +Ars Technica.
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As a statistician-hacker and as a former beekeeper, I find this comic completely and unabashedly hilarious.
xkcd: Rack Unit

Source: http://xkcd.com/1439/

Shared under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License.

Credit: Randall Munroe

#xckd  
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