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Bill Farrow
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Linux development from the device driver to GUI
Linux development from the device driver to GUI

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I have so many joyful memories wrapped around these songs from my brother-in-law. Now I can share them with my friends - Go Scott !
I have made my first CD available under a Creative Commons, non-commercial, share-alike license. You can download it and "pay what you want". Do what you want with it. Perform it, make your own versions, remix it.  I only ask that you give me credit and ask permission for any commercial uses. Until further notice, I am donating all proceeds to the Red Cross/Red Crescent toward refugee assistance. 

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South East Linux Fest 2015



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Various TriLUG Photos
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Disturbing toilet memories from #SouthEastLinuxFest 2012 :-)
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Energia, the Arduino IDE for Texas Instruments MSP430 micro-controller family now supports the CC3200 wifi SoC.

I was able to download and run the Blink example to the CC3200-LAUNCHXL using my Linux laptop (Ubuntu 14.04 LTS).

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It is actually quite interesting to look back to see where you have been lately.
The maps are here: https://maps.google.com/locationhistory/b/0

Google has an amazingly accurate account of everywhere I've been, by car and by bicycle and by foot, for each day. I can pick some day last month and see exactly where I traveled. While it could be used as a huge invasion of privacy, I kind of like having this info, as long as I always have the choice to switch it off. I spent a half hour reviewing everywhere I've been every day all summer when I first discovered the site above. Very cool, and very scary.

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Some of my Linux gaming nostalgia from the late 1990's. Got these out after the Key Note talk by +Ryan Gordon at +SouthEast LinuxFest 2014.
https://plus.google.com/103391075724026391227/posts/TzPuws5uHkE
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