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This was a fun read and it's near future dystopia was an interesting take on the genre. 

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So it looks like in the future our workstations will have all programs running all the time.

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Great design and use of my personal favorite projection.

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Google is making big moves in pushing the limits of science and technology. Ranging from drones, auto-piloting cars, and extending life. Pretty amazing company.

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The interesting thing about greed is that although the underlying motive is to seek satisfaction, even after obtaining what you want, you’re still not satisfied. It’s this endless, nagging desire for more that leads to trouble. On the other hand, if you’re truly contented, it doesn't matter whether you get what you want or not. Either way, you remain content.

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Despite the fact that Will says he does not have the words, he has described fully my own experiences as well in this strange relationship we call fandom.
BLOG: Remembering Leonard Nimoy

Normally, I’m pretty good with words. At the moment, I’m not at my best, for reasons I hope are self evident. However, I’m going to do my best to remember someone who gave more to my life than he ever knew. I never got to know Leonard Nimoy the way my…

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Imagine this in a fully shielded environment like #MarsOne  

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So much saved and yet so much lost.
Long term storage of digital data is a serious problem, and the web is a leaky sieve that won't keep much over the long term. One remedy is the WayBack machine, but there could be others. This very important article in the New Yorker explains why.

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/01/26/cobweb
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