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Peter W
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Create, protect, and destroy as necessary.
Create, protect, and destroy as necessary.

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We had a great time at the Civic Lab meetup in Melbourne!
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Melbourne Civic Lab Feb Meetup
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Fire at the shrine.
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Residents of Melbourne, Australia join people from around the globe, calling for divestment from fossil fuels. 

We also spelled out "DIVEST" and the scene was captured from above: https://www.flickr.com/photos/350org/15901369914/in/set-72157650324824427

http://gofossilfree.org/divestment-day/ http://www.theguardian.com/environment/ng-interactive/2015/feb/13/global-divestment-day-we-are-ready-urgent-action-climate-change
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Global Divestment Day, Melbourne
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Good stuff.

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I loaded photos in Google and it automagically made an animation. Very cool.
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Going!

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At long last, elementary OS 'Luna' is out.
We are so incredibly proud to release elementary OS “Luna”.

Users can download Luna from the elementary website using the simple pay-what-you-want button on the homepage. Physical Luna CDs, as well as branded t-shirts and stickers, are now available and ship out starting today. If you pre-ordered a Luna CD, it is already on its way (or may have arrived; check your mailbox)!

It’s been a long road to Luna, but we’ve arrived in better shape than ever. Congratulations and our sincerest thanks go out to the entire community for riding along on this incredible journey.

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New York leading the way on open data. 

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My friend +Sarah Sharp is a rockstar for taking a stand against anti-social and verbally abusive programmers (including the creator of Linux).  Even people who think swearing at fellow coders is appropriate should be able to admit that her action took courage.  Know what doesn't take courage?  Sending anonymous hate mail.
The classic "get back in the kitchen, bitch" argument. Oh, hey, I baked a pie for you: https://picasaweb.google.com/116960357493251979546/Christmas2009#5422645987668778610 I am a master chef, and a Linux kernel maintainer.
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Two good reasons why Portland should create an open data policy: 1) it can save money and 2) make government more effective.  Great read.
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