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So Bill's come over from the Dark Side. ☺
Bill Gates is much more involved in philanthropy than Microsoft these days and he's done some great work regarding the eradications of certain diseases and to improve the quality of life in a number of third world countries. He's also inadvertently promoted Ubuntu, which is a Linux system.
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Nexus 7 users - don't upgrade yet to Lollipop (or is it Lollipoop), if you do you'll regret it. Leave it a while for the bugs to be ironed out. At the moment my tablet is very slowwww.
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+Dan Lynch played this on #LinuxOutlaws ep.365 – Last Stand - a very catchy song. I hope we still hear from Dan and +Fabian Scherschel after Linux Outlaws finishes, they're a big part of my Linux experience.
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It's a brilliant song. I originally played it on Rathole Radio and you can definitely hear me on that show every 2 weeks if you like - http://ratholeradio.org
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Thank-you - A very elegant solution - worked flawlessly. A lot simpler than a lot of 'hacks' i've seen on some forums :)
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I learned at SCaLE and in recent experiments that apparently none of the other distros make it as easy as openSUSE.
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Excellent tutorial - worked flawlessly. I had a couple of Logical Partitions I was concerned about, but gdisk incorporated these into the GPT layout. Note - when installing the Windows Boot Loader, I the System Reserved partition, which meant my \Windows directory was D:\ when using the bcdboot command. However after I rebooted, the labeling sorted itself out and the c:\ drive was as before.
Next job - Chroot into Debian and get Grub to use EFI. 
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Cool Google Glass Third-party Add-on
 
Google Glass hack allows brainwave control

London-based start-up This Place said the tech could be utilised in high-pressure hands-free situations - such as during surgery

It has released the MindRDR software for free in the hope that developers will adapt it for other uses

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http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-28237582
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Looking forward to giving this a go:

Lifehacker: Google's Android Studio 1.0 Makes Building Apps Easy. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwxIvWyCA
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Great talk Rosie. I like the strategy for sorting the "wheat from the chaff". 😊
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Welcome to the UK Rosie 😊
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+Mark Crouch  thank you Mark :) !! it's was unexpected but lovely nevertheless. I love English Breakfasts!! 
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Had a brillant time at +OggCamp on saturday. Highlights for me were +Alan Pope 's talk on Ubuntu Phone progress and the talk on a hydrogen powered +Raspberry Pi . Thanks to Linux Outlaws and +Ubuntu Podcast for organising another great Ogg Camp :)
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Nooooooooooooo! I got 8. Can you beat my score?
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I just answered 8 on Smarty Pins. See if you can beat me.
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18 out of 20 - If you recognise the mainstream languages, the rest can be guessed by process of elimination. Have fun :)
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