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Cameron Bulock
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ChromeOS has really matured over the the last couple years.  A couple recent apps have allowed me to use my Chromebook as a decent dev machine.  There was recently an app released that allows mounting remote filesystems (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/sftp-file-system/gbheifiifcfekkamhepkeogobihicgmn), and they now have a quality text editor (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/caret/fljalecfjciodhpcledpamjachpmelml)
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Can't believe it's taken this long for something like this to pop up. This is gonna be a great move forward for the web.
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This is something I've been thinking about a lot lately. With self driving cars on the horizon, I've been both excited and concerned. I'm really looking forward to a future of safer cars, but I am a bit troubled with the idea that we are now trusting our lives to decisions computers make.
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This is a good move on HP's end
HP drags Windows 7 back from grave for new PCs ... Dvice -- "The folks at HP have had just about enough of the beleaguered OS that is Windows 8. Complaints from users have finally reached a tipping point for the PC maker, making the company do something fairly drastic. Over the weekend, HP threw off the shackles of Windows 8 and planted its feet squarely alongside Windows 7.

Head over to HP's website and you'll see a banner declaring Windows 7 to be "back by popular demand" and offering you a savings of up to $150 if you choose Windows 7 as your OS when building a new desktop or laptop. As of the writing of this article, the vast majority of desktop PCs currently on offer from HP come with Windows 7 standard, with laptops split down the middle. If the laptop doesn't feature a touchscreen, chances are HP has slated it as a Windows 7 machine.

HP is so over Windows 8 that, if you navigate to the company's All-in-One PC page, the first computer you'll see is one running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. So it's not so much that Windows 7 is the end-all of PC operating systems, it's just that HP has decided not to bother defending Windows 8 any longer. With Windows 9 reportedly in the works and Windows 8.1 failing to boost Windows 8 PC sales, we can hardly blame them. You can still pick up a Windows 8 machine from HP, by the way. You'll just have to skulk around their site a bit more to find one you like, and pay a bit more for it when you do. ..."

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Something to consider when purchasing your next drive
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wow
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If you're back to work after the holidays tomorrow, try to include fun in your workday & you'll be more effective http://virg.in/bsf
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