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Jacqueline “Jacq” Arsenault
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50% off all infosec books at No Starch Press with code RSAREADING. Get 'em while they're hot.

https://twitter.com/billpollock/status/831563669255319552



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New Street View collection: Senegal.

That architecture, tho. 

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I'm in. Are you? 

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For the Marylanders, just in time for Valentine's Day.

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Via +Ciro Villa​
NASA's first space shuttle external tank to reach the launch pad four decades ago was destroyed on Tuesday (Feb. 7) by a tornado that impacted the New Orleans facility where it was built and stored. The tornado, which caused only a few minor injuries but left several buildings and hundreds of cars damaged, flattened the ground vibration test article (ET-GVTA) that NASA used in early tests with the prototype orbiter Enterprise, including the first rollout of a space shuttle to the launch pad.

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I'm not technically a millennial (too old) but I, too, am unwilling to tolerate abuse as a management tactic. I'm also unwilling to tolerate other kinds of abuse - for example: someone telling me that my decision to not have children is selfish or undignified. 

Nevertheless, she persisted.

(Need to buy postcards and stamps.)

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Update: storm passed by without incident here. A tornado was reported in New Orleans East. See here: http://www.nola.com/weather/index.ssf/2017/02/severe_weather_new_orleans_tor.html

Bracing for severe wx and possible tornado activity. Am safe and inside of a building that is hurricane rated and features sturdy and spacious centralized stairwells.

Stay jazzy, NOLA. 
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Spent all night dreaming about flooding caused by climate change.

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Floodwaters from Hurricane Katrina cover streets on Aug. 30, 2005, in New Orleans.
Vincent Laforet/AFP/Getty Images
http://www.npr.org/2016/09/30/495794999/new-maps-label-much-of-new-orleans-out-of-flood-hazard-area
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